BG3 Blood of Lathander

In our BG3 Find The Blood of Lathander guide, we are going to show you where to find and how to get one of the most powerful maces in Baldur’s Gate 3. It’s a long way to get there, but the reward is worth it. A paladin can absolutely wreck shop while wielding the Blood of Lathander. Other brawler characters can also make great use of the weapon. So, let’s walk you through the process of obtaining it.

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bg3 find the blood of lathander
BG3 Find The Blood of Lathander

Where to Find Blood of Lathander in Baldur’s Gate 3

To find the Blood of Lathander mace in Baldur’s Gate 3 or BG3, you need to go to the depths of the the Rosymorn Monastery. The first step on this journey is to find the three Dawnmaster Ceremonial Weapons scattered around the building. We have a separate guide on that, but here’s the quick rundown. The Ceremonial Mace is on the kobold looter in the room at X 43, Y 30. The Warhammer is near the Ancient Eagle nest on the top floor at X 76, Y 42. Finally, the Battleaxe is in the room at X 02, Y 45, but there’s a sentinel guarding it, so be careful. Put the weapons on their corresponding altars in the large room at X 74, Y 70 to open a secret room.

The next step to find the the Blood of Lathander mace in Baldur’s Gate 3 or BG3, open the pouch in the secret room and take the Dawnmaster’s Crest. Now, it’s time to go down to the basement, but you can first go to the big statue at X72, Y 69 and take the book called Holy Blood of Lathander. Keep going down into the basement and the Inquisitor’s Chamber (X 1333, Y -662). Turn the statue on the right to the east and the one on the left to the west (the latter is rusted so bonk it with a weapon to make it move). Head into the secret part of the monastery you’ve just uncovered. Destroy the energy barrier and go into the giant, golden room (X 1066, Y -782). Place the Dawnmaster’s Crest into the slot in the altar in the middle, and the Blood of Lathander mace is yours.

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