The Armour of Uninhibited Kushigo is an uncommon clothing item in Baldur’s Gate 3 (BG3) obtainable from completing the Find the Missing Boots quest in Act 1.
Armour of Uninhibited Kushigo
In Baldur’s Gate 3, Armour of Uninhibited Kushigo is an uncommon clothing item obtained from completing the Find the Missing Boots quest in Act 1. This clothing item has a unique bonus for Monks called Kushingo Counter. This allows Monks to use a reaction and counterattack while Patient Defence is active.
Armour of Uninhibited Kushigo features in BG3:
- Armour Type: Clothing
- Armour Class (AC): 10 + Dexterity modifier
- Proficiency Requirement: None
- Rarity: Uncommon
- Weight: 1.8 kg / 3.6 lb
- Price: 250 gp
- Where to Find: Turn in Thulla’s boots to Thrinn in Grymforge
- Special Bonuses:
- Kushigo Counter: While Patient Defence is active the wearer can use their reaction to make an unarmed strike against any attacker that misses.
- All Classes, Companions, and Races Can Use This Item
How to Get Armour of Uninhibited Kushigo in Baldur’s Gate 3
To get the Armour of Uninhibited Kushigo in Baldur’s Gate 3 you’ll need to complete the Find the Missing Boots quest by turning in Thulla’s boots to Sergeant Thrinn. To get started, find either Duergar Slave-Hunter named Gekh Coal or a Deep Gnome named Thulla. Either of the quest givers intersect who are looking to obtain or use the Boots of Speed.
First, move to the Underdark via Feather Fall and locate Thulla. She is dying of poison and will die if uncured. Thulla carries the “missing boots” on her and will give them to you if you agree to help her Grymforge gnomes. She can be cured with Lesser Restoration, Lay on Hands, or Protection from Poison. Once cured, she will give these boots willing to you. Moreover, you can loot her if she dies from poison or steals and pickpocket these boots. Either way, obtaining them is your number one priority.
Geth Coal is the second NPC related to this quest. Upon arriving in the Decrpetied Village, he will ambush the party and go through a dialogue options. Persuasion, intimidation, and Religion can be helpful here. Convince him you are a true soul and avoid combat. Moreover, do not bring Glut with you, who’s within the Mycoid Colony and a part of another related quest chain. If you do, this will cause combat immediately.
You want to ask Geth what he’s doing down here, which will trigger the “Sergeant Thrinn’s Boots,” which is what you are after returning. Say that you will help locate the missing boots and avoid combat. or that you have them and will return to Sergeant Thrinn.
Complete Find the Missing Boots
To complete the Find the Missing Boots quest, obtain the Boots of Speed from Thulla. you can either pickpocket her, cure her and she will reward you with them, or let her die and loot her corpse. The next step is to either return to Geth or simply head to the Grymforge via the boat. Avoid combat on the boat trip over if possible. As soon as you arrive, move to the Abandoned Refuge up a staircase to coordinates (X:-626, Y:331). Here, you will find Thrinn, where you can return the boost and obtain your reward. Pick the Armour of Uninhibited Kushigo.
Here’s a summary of how you can complete the Find the Missing Boots quest in BG3:
- Travel to the Underdark
- Locate Thulla in the Myconid Colony
- Cure her of Poison
- Locate Geth Coal and agree to bring the boots to Thrinn
- Travel to the Grymforge and avoid combat on the boat trip
- Return the boots to Thrinn at the Abandoned Refuge
- Pick a reward, and quest is completed
How to Use Armour of Uninhibited Kushigo
The Armour of Uninhibited Kushigo is designed for Monk builds in Act 1, who are aggressive melee unarmed damage dealers. The clothing requires you to activate Patient Defence, a Monk feature Attack Rolls that gives disadvantage against attackers and gives you advantage on dexterity saving throws. This ability is learned at level 2 with your Monk and requires a bonus action to activate.
The premise of this item set is to spend a bonus action if you anticipate combat so you can counter during the enemy’s turn. This item set will make you more defensible and possibly return damage to oncoming attackers. Monks do not have a lot of clothing options in Act 1 and this is one of the best because it has offensive and defensive potential built-in.
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