When it comes to RPGs, there are few things that are as important as healing. Important both in and out of combat, it’s vital that you have as many sources of healing at your disposal. Otherwise, you will soon have your characters die at the hands of your enemies. Naturally, healing is likewise vital in Baldur’s Gate III. Though, as this is a hard-core RPG, it can be difficult to figure out how it works. Especially when it comes to healing party members. So if you are unsure about how to heal your party members in Baldur’s Gate 3, we are going to explain how this process works in the game.
How to Heal Party Members in BG3
Luckily, there are many possible ways to heal both your main character, as well as your party members. The most obvious way is by using Healing Potions. You start the game with two Potions of Healing in your inventory. These heal 2d4+2 Hit Points, which averages to about 7 HP. As you will soon meet your first party member, Lae’zel, you will see that you can’t access her inventory. So how can you heal her? Since BG3 is a game that heavily incentivizes creativity, you need to start thinking outside the box. What this means is that you have the option of throwing your Healing Potion at her. Doing this will cause her to be healed by it.
Besides this, you can also play a class that has healing abilities at its disposal. These include the Cleric and Paladin. But don’t worry, because as soon as you leave the Mind Flayer’s ship, you will then have full control over all of the companions that you meet and let into your party. They come with their own healing supplies and healing magic (such as Shadowheart, who is a Cleric). And when you find yourselves out of healing supplies and spells, you can always rest to regain your health. The full version of Baldur’s Gate 3 is sure to have even more options for companion healing.