Baldur’s Gate 3 player found a rare letter from Alfira to the Dark Urge


There’s a very rare letter that one Baldur’s Gate 3 player found given to their Dark Urge character by Alfira. This can only happen if you end up sparing Alfira instead of killing her during Act 1.

Alfira sends a letter to the Dark Urge if you spare her in Baldur’s Gate 3

At the end of Baldur’s Gate 3 during the reunion party, one Dark Urge player found a rare letter from Alfira because they had spared her during Act 1. Most players know by now that if you play as the Dark Urge, your first unfortunate victim is Alfira the Bard. But players have found a sneaky way of sparing her life, which is done by knocking her out before the cutscene happens.

Instead of just glossing over this cool way you can change fate in BG3, Larian Studios decided to add a letter from Alfira to the Dark Urge at the very end of the campaign. In Patch 5 of BG3, Larian Studios added an epilogue featuring a reunion party with your party members. You can also receive letters from other characters throughout your journey, one of them being Alfira in this case.

The letter shown off in the Reddit post has Alfira telling the Dark Urge that she heard about what they are and what they had to overcome. But instead of going at it the easy way, she was spared, and she’s grateful that the Dark Urge saved her life. It’s a very thoughtful letter from someone who doesn’t need to write a letter to their almost-murderer, but it’s nice to see what kind of character Alfira is just from reading this letter.

The player deemed this as being probably the rarest letter in the game since most players didn’t even know sparing her was possible. Larian Studios really thinks of everything, doesn’t it? Speaking of letters, did you know you can find a goblin’s hidden love letter to Minthara?

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