Eating Dwarf Meat In Baldurs Gate 3 Heals You To Everyones Surprise
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Eating dwarf meat in Baldur’s Gate 3 heals you, to everyone’s surprise

Mm. Dwarf meat.

With each new discovery in BG3, players are still shocked at what you can do in this game. Apparently, eating dwarf meat in Baldur’s Gate 3 heals you, to everyone’s surprise.

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One post in the BG3 subreddit showed evidence that you can eat “Roasted Dwarf Belly”, and it heals you by a pretty good amount!

Baldur’s Gate 3 player discovers eating dwarf meat will heal you

In a post on the Baldur’s Gate 3 subreddit, a player discovered that eating dwarf meat heals you, to everyone’s surprise in the replies. In a shared screenshot, you can see that this player’s party dealt with a large group of enemies. But after inspecting one of the items on the corpses, supposedly one of a dwarf, they found Roasted Dwarf Belly.

This item somehow heals you for 4d4 HP, which is 4-16 Health. The description reads “Amidst crispy browned flesh, you see just the hint of a perky belly button,” which gruesomely describes what eating dwarf meat would feel like.

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I’m surprised this is even in the game, let alone the fact that it heals you. What aspect of a dwarf’s anatomy allows their belly fat and muscle to heal you? The replies were just as shocked by this revelation. One person noted that dwarf meat saved them during tough battles in Honor Mode because it doesn’t take an Action to consume it. Why aren’t more players talking about this vital information?

While practically all healing items and spells take an Action or Bonus Action in BG3, somehow eating Roasted Dwarf Belly doesn’t. It’s quite disturbing thinking that you can eat meat from a humanoid race, especially if your character is a dwarf.

Is it cannibalism? Perhaps. But if you’re playing a Dark Urge, this may be normal for your character. There are so many more BG3 discoveries on this subreddit, such as this one player who realized you can poison a keg in the Underdark.


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