BG3 Karlach Best Feats

Choosing the best BG3 Karlach feats at level 4 can be pretty tricky, just like with any other character. There are many directions in which you can take the dashing tiefling barbarian, after all. Do you want her to be more tanky, or more oriented towards dealing damage? Or somewhere in between? The choice is ultimately up to you, but we’ll give you some pointers that I think you’ll find useful when it comes to picking the best feats for Karlach in Baldur’s Gate 3. Let’s dive into it!

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bg3 karlach best feats
BG3 Karlach Best Feats

Best Feats for Karlach at Level 4 in Baldur’s Gate 3

One of the best feats for Karlach at level 4 in BG3 or Baldur’s Gate 3 is to take the Ability Improvement. These are universally useful regardless of the rest of the build. The only thing you have to think about is which Abilities you want to boost. I recommend going with Strength and Dexterity or Strength and Constitution, depending on what you want Karlach to do. The former is for a more fight-oriented barbarian, the latter for the tank-oriented. I would recommend Strength and Dexterity, though. Some of you might opt to put both points in Strength, which is okay, but don’t disregard Dex.

Another great choice on our list of the best feats for level 4 Karlach in Baldur’s Gate 3 or BG3 is Great Weapon Master. It lets you deal 10 extra damage with Heavy melee weapons you have Proficiency in at the cost of a -5 to your Attack roll. You can turn this on and off, so it’s pretty versatile. Also, when you score a critor kill a target with a melee weapon attack, you can make another melee weapon attack as a bonus action. Durable (+1 to Constitution, full hit points after short rest) is also a good option. I also saw people mention Tavern Brawler, but that works better for the Monk in my opinion, because it revolves mostly around unarmed attacks.

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