Where to find Lorroakan in Baldur’s Gate 3

Where oh where is that wizard hiding?
Where To Find Lorroakan In Baldurs Gate 3
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The city of Baldur’s Gate is gigantic, bustling with all sorts of people and crowded with dozens of shops. If you make your way into Sorcerous Sundries in Baldur’s Gate 3, and speak with a wizard’s projection, you’ll soon find out that there’s a bounty out for Nightsong. Mention this to Dame Aylin, who is Nightsong, in your camp, and she’ll be out for blood towards the wizard Lorroakan. She’ll goes straight for him, but how can you follow her to the real Lorroakan? Let me explain where to find Lorroakan in Baldur’s Gate 3.

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How to find Lorroakan with Nightsong in Baldur’s Gate 3

After I mentioned to Aylin I would help her take care of Lorroakan, she left camp, and I immediately realized I didn’t know where she went. Although I’d found Lorroakan’s projection in Sorcerous Sundries, I didn’t know where the real wizard was. Where you can find Lorroakan in Baldur’s Gate 3 is by jumping through a portal on the second level of Sorcerous Sundries.

Where To Find Lorroakan In Baldurs Gate 3 Projection

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As you first step inside this large building, you’ll see a front desk with Lorroakan’s projection behind it, and stairs leading up to a second floor. Walk upstairs, and another projection will explain the portals to you. Four portals will appear, each a different color with a plaque. Each plaque will tell you what Nightsong could be, but by now, you should know Nightsong isn’t an artifact, but an aasimar woman.

Where To Find Lorroakan In Baldurs Gate 3 Blue Portal

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After reading the left-most plaque by the blue portal, it’ll tell you Nightsong is the child of a deity. Jump into that portal, and you’ll immediately find yourself in a cutscene with Nightsong and Lorroakan speaking with one another. Lorroakan then explains that he knows a way to have Nightsong’s immortality shared amongst others. You can decide to either side with Lorroakan, or side with Nightsong.

Should you side with Nightsong or Lorroakan in Baldur’s Gate 3

Siding with Nightsong—which I did because she’s a formidable ally and camp companion—ensued a very tough fight. You’re not only facing off against Lorroakan, but four highly-powerful elementals. If you decide to side with Lorroakan, it’s a much easier fight as you have the wizard and his elementals on your side. There aren’t many bonuses to siding with Lorroakan, since beating him leads to you looting his body for cool items.

Where To Find Lorroakan In Baldurs Gate 3 Nightsong Aylin

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Just be careful of the fact that there are many timed quests in this game, and I believe this is one of them. Since Aylin heads straight for Lorroakan once you warn her about him, she’ll start the fight even without you there. I recommend that you don’t take a Long Rest until you’ve dealt with Lorroakan, or else you may find out one of them lived and one died without your help.


Baldur’s Gate 3 is available on Steam.

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