Baldur's Gate 3 Respec Companion

If you want to respec your companion in Baldur’s Gate 3, we will show you how to do so in this guide. Turns out, it’s really not as difficult as you might think. In fact, it’s the same process you’d use to respec the player character. You do first have to meet a specific NPC, though. After that, said person will move to your camp and will gladly respec any party member for a fee. Without further ado, let’s get straight into the meat of the matter.

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baldurs gate 3 respec companion
Baldur’s Gate 3 Respec Companion

How to Respec Companion in BG3 or Baldur’s Gate 3

To respec your companion in Baldur’s Gate 3 or BG3, or as many companions as you want, you have to go through the same steps as you would to respec yourself. First off, you need to visit the Dank Crypt, which is in the ruins to the north of the beach where the game “proper” begins. There are a lot of hurdles you’ll have to jump, but at the end of the Crypt, you’ll find an ornate sarcophagus. An NPC called Withers will appear and ask you a question. Regardless of what you do with him or how you answer, he will be at your camp the next time you go there. For a hundred Gold, Withers can change your class and everything else connected to it.

As you’ve probably already gathered, Withers can also respec your companion in Baldur’s Gate 3 or BG3. All you have to do is switch to the character you want to respec while in the camp and talk to Withers as them. Pay the hundred Gold and you’ll be taken to the character customization screen. You can’t alter their race or looks, of course. What you can change are class, spells and cantrips, skills, ability scores; that kind of stuff that’s connected to character class. Same goes for your character, of course. What we do also have to mention is that Withers can also revive dead companions for two hundred gold. A great alternative to the Revivify spell or potion.

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