Baldurs Gate 3 Secret Passage
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Baldur’s Gate 3 player discovers a secret passage almost no one knows about

SECRET TUNNEL!

Even after half a year of this game being out, players are still finding new things. One Baldur’s Gate 3 player on Reddit discovered a secret passage during Act 3 after 400 hours of playtime that almost no one knows about.

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Baldur’s Gate 3 player discovers a rare secret passage after 400 hours

Posted on the Baldur’s Gate 3 subreddit, this player showed a secret passage hidden under the Water Queen’s House in the Lower City of Baldur’s Gate. They asked if anyone else knew about this passage that leads to a secret cellar only meant for people of the temple.

A majority of the replies agreed that they’d never heard of this passage until now. Even I hadn’t discovered this tunnel, even though it’s not too hard to come by. All you have to do is walk down the steps to the shore and around the side of the house to find it.

I went inside this secret tunnel in my own game to discover the Water Queen’s Cellar after reading this post. I tried walking through but was kicked out with the option of attacking members of the temple.

Baldurs Gate 3 Secret Passage Water Queen Cellar
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If you’re able to sneak by or get rid of them, you’ll find treasure to loot, as well as the body of Redhammer the Deviser, who I remembered had been dealt with by the Water Queen after my party rescued prisoners from the Iron Throne.

The details in this game are incredible! 98% of players would probably have never even noticed this passageway. Fans in the replies noted some other secret tunnels they discovered after playing BG3 for hundreds of hours. Someone else also explained that if you do end up stealing the gold in the room past the cellar, a trap will trigger and the Wavemother will summon monsters to fight you.

I truly believe that even years down the line, players will discover new things in BG3 that barely anyone has ever found. Just a week ago, a player discovered that eating dwarf meat heals you!


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