Best Feat for Sorcerer at Level 4 Baldur's Gate 3

Struggling to pick the best level 4 Sorcerer feat in Baldur’s Gate 3? Don’t worry, we’re here to help. There are many choices that seem quite appealing, and they for sure could be very useful. So, which one should you go for? What will you profit from most? Well, we will give you our recommendations in this guide. Let’s begin!

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best feat for sorcerer at level 4 baldurs gate 3
Best Feat for Sorcerer at Level 4 Baldur’s Gate 3

Baldur’s Gate 3 Best Level 4 Sorcerer Feat

As far as the best level 4 Sorcerer feat in Baldur’s Gate 3 is considered, I’d highly recommend going for the Ability Improvement. That way, you get two Ability Points that you can plop into Charisma until you eventually get to the maximum of 20. After that, you can invest into Constitution, for example. That’s in the future, though. Point is, when you hit level 4 as the Sorcerer, you should probably take the Ability Improvement. There are some cool feats that could come in quite handy, as we’re about to talk about, but increasing that Charisma is vital for the Sorcerer.

Now, if you insist on not taking those two additional Ability Points and really want a feat, War Caster and Spell Sniper are pretty good options. The former helps maintain Concentration in a fight and lets you cast Shocking Grasp as a reaction. So, if you find your Baldur’s Gate 3 Sorcerer getting into brawls often, this feat is best for you at level 4. IF you tend to keep back, Spell Sniper makes scoring a critical hit easier. Tough gives you extra two Hit Points for every level you gain, Alert grants +5 to Initiative and prevents you from being surprised, and Durable increases your Constitution by 1 and lets you regain all HP after a short rest.

So, yeah, those are some of the feats that a Sorcerer might profit from, depending on your general build. However, I do have to urge you once more to go with Ability Improvement instead. High Charisma has more use than just your casting ability, but also… casting ability. It’s your bread and butter.

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