The Bhaalist Armor stands as an elusive treasure in Baldur's Gate 3, exclusively available to those who tread the path of darkness. This magical Light Armor boasts two potent abilities that can prove invaluable in the challenging battles that punctuate your epic journey. However, this symbol of devotion to the god of murder is reserved for those who resolutely embrace forbidden deeds.

Not all character classes possess the proficiency to don Light Armor akin to the Bhaalist set. Yet, by carefully shaping your character and acquiring specific Feats in Baldur's Gate 3, you may broaden your gear options to include light armor. Companions such as Lae'Zel, Shadowheart, or Astarion can also benefit from the protective qualities of the Bhaalist Armor, aligning with their preferences for this type of protection.

Embarking on the quest for the Bhaalist Armor begins with locating the Murder Tribunal in Act 3 of Baldur's Gate 3. This area becomes accessible as your party advances into the Lower City during the latter part of the game's unfolding narrative. Thorough exploration in this vicinity will reveal the password and the whereabouts of a Tribunal convened for the most devout followers of the god Bhaal.émon-go-monete-infinite-2024-5ac25680670f

Journey northeast from the Lower City towards Elfsong Tavern, unveiling the new area known as Candulhallow's Tombstones. During the "Investigate the Murders" side quest, players may have intervened to prevent the NPC Dolor from committing further atrocities in the name of the Bhaalist cult. This mission is intricately tied to the Open Hand Temple murders, an encounter that may precede your entry into the bustling main city of Baldur's Gate 3.