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10 Baldur’s Gate 3 class mods – New classes, improvements, and more

Mods for new classes, subclasses, and improvements to current classes.

There are 12 highly-unique classes to choose from in Baldur’s Gate 3, which come from the D&D fifth edition rulebook. But what if you want more? Luckily, the modders for this D&D video game RPG have been hard at work. While there are plenty of mods pertaining to character customization and races, what about classes? Here’s a list of 10 amazing Baldur’s Gate 3 class mods that introduce new classes, improvements, and much more.

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10 best Baldur’s Gate 3 class mods

Just as a reminder, this isn’t a ranked list, as they’re all amazing mods in their own ways. These are also not the only great class mods for this game, so check out the Nexusmods website for even more mods. Otherwise, let’s dive into the 10 best Baldur’s Gate 3 class mods and what they offer.

Baldurs Gate 3 Class Mods Artificer

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Artificer Class and Subclasses

If you’re a D&D fan, you probably know about the Artificer class. Sadly, it wasn’t introduced in Baldur’s Gate 3, but modders can help with that. The Artificer class is all about tinkering and inventing things to use in and out of combat. Not only can you be an Artificer with the Artificer Class and Subclasses mod, but there are four subclasses as well!

Alchemists create concoctions, Armorers specialize in modifying armor, Artillerists can wield weapons like guns, and Battle Smiths are both protectors and medics. There are four extremely different playstyles just with those subclasses, which makes this a very cool mod to try out.

Baldurs Gate 3 Class Mods Blood Hunter

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Blood Hunter Class

Pulled right from the beautiful brain of Matthew Mercer from Critical Role, the Blood Hunter class is now in Baldur’s Gate 3! With the Blood hunter Class mod, you can use blood magic and rites for monster hunting.

You essentially have to harm yourself to get some very interesting abilities. Currently, there are two subclasses, which are Order of the Lycan and Order of the Ghostslayer. This Intelligence-based martial class is perfect for you if you want your character to use features like Blood Maledict and Crimson Rite.

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Classes Unleashed

Not only do you get one expanded class, but this modder has created mods for every single class! Mods like Sorcerer Unleashed and Barbarian Unleashed, among the rest, all expand the current classes available.

Check out Mharius’s profile to see the rest of these Classes Unleashed mods. Spellcasters gain extra spell slots, weapon fighters can get more feats, and you all-around get stronger. These mods can be especially useful if you’re playing on Tactician difficulty and want your characters to be even more powerful.

Cleric Subclasses

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Cleric Subclasses

Are you not satisfied with the already large amount of Cleric subclasses available? Well, this Cleric Subclasses mod adds subclasses like Arcana, Blood, Death, Forge, Grave, Order, Peace, and Twilight.

Not only that, but you gain the ability to level up to level 20. Baldur’s Gate 3’s level cap is 12, but this mod allows you Cleric to gain incredible abilities at high levels. It also does the same for the original subclasses, as they can gain abilities up to level 20!

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Multiclass Unlocker

I was kind of disappointed to find out that you aren’t allowed to multiclass in Explorer difficulty mode. Sometimes even the easiest difficulty can get hard in later levels, but this changes with the Multiclass Unlocker mod.

This mod allows you to multiclass at any difficulty level. It works for anyone in new campaigns or mid-playthrough games. It’s a pretty simple mod, but it’s great for players who don’t enjoy the harder difficulties, but want to multiclass. This honestly should be a feature in the game, but who cares now that there’s a mod to fix it!

Baldurs Gate 3 Class Mods Hexblade

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Hexblade Subclass

There are plenty of mods on Nexusmods that give players access to beloved classes and subclasses from D&D. One of these amazing subclasses in the Hexblade Subclass for Warlocks. With this mod, you’ve made a pact with the Shadowfell, and you can now create magic weapons.

You’ll have access to some wicked abilities like Accursed Specter, which can curse someone’s soul. There are also new spells introduced like Banishing Smite and Staggering Smite. Don’t forget about Invocations like Cloak of Flies, Eldritch Mind, and Tomb of Levistus. There are plenty more listed, so if this interests you, read the mod page!

Baldurs Gate 3 Class Mods Death Knight

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Death Knight Class

Here’s a whole new class for you to play with. The Death Knight Class mod allows you to be a Death Knight, which is a popular class from World of Warcraft. Although this is an entirely different game, it’s interesting to see mods including classes from other games and franchises.

The Death Knight is all about the Rune System. There are Blood, Frost, and Unholy runes, which can give you Runic Power. All three resources are subclasses, and they each offer unique abilities and spells. This mod has more than 30 custom spells and passives, so consider being a Death Knight in your next playthrough.

Rogues Extra

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Rogues Extra

Rogues in Baldur’s Gate 3 only have three subclasses, but this mod changes that. The Rogues Extra mod adds more popular Rogue subclasses such as Phantom, Inquisitive, Soulknife, Swashbuckler, and more!

It’s hard to choose now which Rogue subclass you should go for. They all offer different playstyles and abilities familiar to D&D fans. If you like having Astarion in your party but you don’t like the current Rogue subclasses, try out this mod.

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Invocations Expanded

Looking back at Warlocks, they have a ton Invocation choices. But what if there were even more? Invocations Expanded adds many more Invocations from the Player’s Handbook, as well as Tasha’s Cauldron of Everything and Xanathar’s Guide to Everything.

These guidebooks have plenty of Invocations not available in Baldur’s Gate 3, like Grasp of Hadar that pulls enemies towards you with Eldritch Blast. Or there’s Ascendant Step to cast Fly without spending a spell slot. I felt a little tired with the current Invocation options, so this is a refreshing mod to see.

Baldurs Gate 3 Class Mods Circle Of Stars

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Circle of Stars Druid Subclass

Last but not least, this Circle of Stars Druid Subclass mod adds exactly what you think it adds. The Circle of Stars subclass gives your Druid the ability to draw power from starlight. Since there are only three Druid subclasses, this is a nice mod to see.

There are plenty of amazing class features in this mod. Star Map gives you the Guidance cantrip, as well as Guiding Bolt with no spell slot required. Starry Form allows you to Wild Shape into a starry form with its own unique abilities. If you read the mod page, you’ll see so many more intriguing features, which makes me want to respec my Druid into this subclass.

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