How to Get Amulet of Bhaal BG3

Figuring out how to get the Amulet of Bhaal in BG3 is a huge hassle, but then again, the amulet is necessary to open the Temple of Bhaal later on. I mean, I assume there’s another way to finagle your way in, but why go through all that trouble when you can go through a whole quest to obtain the amulet? Sarcasm aside, it’s a fun mission that takes you to some interesting locales. Here’s what you need to do.

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How to Get Amulet of Bhaal BG3

How to Get Amulet of Bhaal in BG3

To get the Amulet of Bhaal in BG3 or Baldur’s Gate 3, the first step is to go to the Open Hand Temple and through the door in the northwest corner (X: -50, Y: 4). Open the ornate hatch on the floor, go down and through the double doors on your right. Press the two buttons hidden behind shields on opposite walls (X: 21, Y: -997 and X: 19, Y: -1014) to open the secret door. Kill the enemies at the far end of the cavern and loot Zomm’s corpse to get the key. Next, go to Fraygo’s Flophouse in Wyrm’s Crossing (X: -11, Y: 74). Head up to the first floor and climb the ladder to the attic area. Lockpick the big wardrobe to reveal a secret room. Pick up the Bloodstained Parchment from the desk next to the temple plans.

The next step to get the BG3 Amulet of Bhaal is to prevent the next murder from the parchment, the target being Cora Highberry. She is at the Wine Festival, at these coordinates: X: 23, Y: -36. Talk to Cora to stop her from drinking the poisoned wine, then fight and kill Dolor. Loot his corpse and read the Torn and Bloody Page to learn the password. Head to Candulhallow’s Tombstones in the Lower City (entrance at X: 73, Y: 23) and into the office. Interact with the Butterfly on Skull painting to reveal a button. Press it to move the bookcase to reveal a passage down to the door of the Bhaalist Tribunal. Speak the secret word, Sicarius, and enter. Lastly, dispatch Sarevok Anchev in the Murder Tribunal chamber. The Amulet will be on his corpse.

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