Baldur’s Gate 3 players reveal their chances of survival if the game world were real

Baldur’s Gate 3 players reveal their chances of survival if the game world were real

Rishuv Mukherjee

Baldur’s Gate 3 is one of the most fun and interesting worlds you can find in modern gaming. However, players are wondering what would happen if the world of Baldur’s Gate 3 became real if they were dropped into this universe, and what are their chances of survival.

The world of Baldur’s Gate 3 is fraught with danger, but not when you control the heroes from behind a computer screen. Players have achieved amazing feats in this game, but all while controlling the characters the game has to offer.

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However, what if the heroes were replaced by the players they were controlling and fell into the dangerous world of Baldur’s Gate 3? Here’s how the community feels about this whole idea.

Baldur’s Gate 3 players discuss their chances of survival if the game world were real

The discussion on this topic was started by Reddit user tocksarethewooorst. The user claimed, “If you yourself had fallen into Baldur’s Gate 3, how far do you think you would have gotten?” They continued: “Personally, I have a Strength of 6 on a good day and every stat is my empty stat. And I have the charisma and leadership ability of a carrot. So I’ll probably end up as one of the many nameless skeletons on the beach. If I’m so lucky to get out Of nautiloid.

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A lot of players found this conversation interesting and decided to join in. One of these players commented, “The vast majority of people would have died during the Nautaloid tutorial if not before starting the game.” Another user said: “I, with no proficiency in weapons and the wet body of my middle-aged father, will definitely not be able to survive until I wake up in this world.”

One user also claimed, “I’ll be a camp wife for sure. Like, just keep me at camp and let me move around your tents. ‘I’ll listen to your problems, cook etc, just please don’t make me do anything dangerous because I’ll die in 2 seconds.'” Finally, he stated One player said, “I hate roleplaying sorceresses but if my true character in Faerûn gets thrown in like that….yeah, I might reconsider.”

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Hence, it is safe to claim that most players are not confident in their fighting prowess. They feel that their chances of survival are so poor that they prefer to sit in tents. If they were even asked to walk outside, they would end up dying.

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