BG3 Bard Best Feats at Level 4

In our BG3 Bard Best Feats at Level 4 guide, we are going to discuss what the best feat is to choose for your Bard at this level in Baldur’s Gate 3. There are a few that would work really well regardless of your build. Ultimately, the choice is yours, but I think going with our recommendations will pay dividends over time.

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bg3 bard best feats at level 4
BG3 Bard Best Feats at Level 4

Best Feats for Bard at Level 4 BG3

When it comes to the best feat for your Bard at level 4 in BG3 or Baldur’s Gate 3, I would recommend going for the Ability Improvement. Take those two extra Ability Points and invest them into Charisma. The higher it is, the better your spellcasting is going to be. Not to mention that it also increases all your skills connected with the gift of gab, which can come in clutch at times. Like, say, when you face off with Yurgir. If both your Charisma and Dexterity are at an odd number, you can consider investing a point in each so you increase every skill connected to those two abilities. It depends on your overall build. If I were you, though, I’d focus mainly on Charisma regardless.

Now, there are other feats in BG3 or Baldur’s Gate 3 that might seem like the best choice for your level 4 Bard. Again, it varies depending on your build. For example, Resilience: Charisma increases your Charisma by 1 and grants Proficiency on Charisma saving throws. That could come in handy. Actor is also pretty nifty; it also raises your Charisma by 1, gives Proficiency on Deception and Performance and doubles your Proficiency Bonus on Deception and Performance checks. If you want to broaden your magical capabilities, one of the Magic Initiate traits work decently. Overall, though, I would encourage you to take anything that raises your Charisma by at least 1.

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