If you can’t decide what the best feats for Astarion at level 4 in BG3 or Baldur’s Gate 3 are, our guide is going to help you make an informed choice. There are a few ways you can develop the vampire rogue, and the best pick will hinge on which build you want to go with. There are, however, some feats that can work well no matter which way you want to go. Let’s begin!
Best Feats for Astarion at Level 4 BG3
When it comes to the choice of the best feats to get for Astarion at level 4 in BG3 or Baldur’s Gate 3, your choice will strongly depend on which build you’re going for. Giving the regal vampire scoundrel the Ability Improvement and then spending the two Ability Points on Dexterity is a good idea for any build, to be honest, but especially Arcane Trickster. If, on the other hand, you have Astarion fighting in melee rather than at a distance (and especially if he’s a Thief), then consider choosing Dual Wielding instead. That way, he’ll be able to equip a non-light weapon in his off-hand and get +1 AC whenever dual-wielding. You can’t dual-wield heavy weapons, though, so keep that in mind. Still, really useful ability to have.
Another potentially interesting choice among our picks for the best feats for Astarion at level 4 in BG3 or Baldur’s Gate 3 is Moderately Armored. It gives you the option to increase your Strength or Dexterity by 1 (obviously, you should go for Dex) and also you get Proficiency with Medium Armour and shields. This opens Astarion up to some potentially fun builds that he’d normally not be able to pull off. Mobile can also prove useful, because it increases your movement speed, lets you ignore difficult terrain when you use Dash, and you no longer trigger an opponent’s Attack of Opportunity if you move after making a melee attack. If you want to focus more on ranged combat, consider getting Sharpshooter. Pick whatever works best for you.