Baldur's Gate 3


5 Powerful Multiclass Combinations in Baldur’s Gate 3

Aditi Joshi
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Here is a list of 5 powerful multiclassing option in Baldur’s Gate 3 ranked in no particular order.

The open-world, roleplaying Baldur’s Gate 3 is tense, intricate, and diverse. The biggest highlight of the game is its emphasis on character customization. While new players may feel comfortable with just one class, experienced players may want to explore multiclasses and experiment with them. 

There are 12 original classes in the game that make diverse, valuable contributions to the game. And in Baldur’s Gate 3, every choice counts. So the classes that players choose for multiclassing will have a large impact on their gameplay experience. 

So, here is a list of the five most powerful multiclass combinations in Baldur’s Gate 3 ranked in no particular order.

Multiclass Combinations to Use in Baldur’s Gate 3

  1. Cleric and Wizard

The wizard is the Dragons and Dungeons spell-casting class that adds a lot of value to whatever party it is a part of. Their diverse knowledge and ability to perform spells make them one of the most important classes in the game. Pairing them with Clerics can be a powerful asset to the party in Baldur’s Gate 3. With Clerics, players have medium armor, a shield, guidance, and healing words along with the class abilities. This can be a powerful combination that can take magic to the next level with powerful spells. 

  1. Fighter and Barbarian

Barbarian’s exploding versatility can be a huge asset when it comes to multiclassing. And the popular multiclassing choice is Fighter. While it can be tricky to balance a barbarian’s desire to wear no or minimal armor and carry heavy weapons as per a fighter, it can be worth it. However, both classes offer raging versatility, torque, and training to back up their potential. Not only this, but with this combination, players can maximize dice and crit potential to add a lot of fun to the game. 

  1. Bard and Paladin

This is a fun build that approaches both classes with complementary features. The bard’s melee powers highly complement the paladin’s versatility. This happens due to the Blade Flourishes, which push a variety of diverse options in the game. The bard adds a lot of value to the combination with its spell slots. This adds a lot of potential for Divine Smites but also features an increased amount of versatility in healing, buffs, and control spells. Upon reaching level 6, players also obtain an extra attack, which provides a sustained damage output along with reliability. 

  1. Barbarian and Bard

With the bard’s spellcasting ability and the barbarian’s raging versatility, this combination can take your gaming performance to the next level. This combination adds qualities of offense and utility, making it a reliable multiclassing option. The barbarian’s aggressive nature and solid combat technique complement the bard’s spellcasting prowess, adding a lot of value to the gameplay. 

  1. Ranger and Rogue 

This multiclass option is best for those looking for quick and short-lasting battles. Defeat your enemies on the first strike with this Gloom Stalker Ranger/Assassin Rogue multiclass option. The Gloom Stalker can obtain powerful buffs early in the battle due to its special abilities. This blends well with the Assassin Rogue’s ability to take down targets with critical combat strategies. This combination also increases the Death Strike Ability of enemies, taking them by surprise. The best way to go about this multiclassing combination is to invest in three Rogue skills earlier in the game and then allot the rest to the Gloom Stalk Ranger. 

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Aditi Joshi is an English Literature student who indulges in the world of gaming when she's not working. She finds enjoyment in the immersive world of gaming.

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