Elminster Leaves Us Loot in Baldur’s Gate 3

Mystra, the deity, is rumored to be using Elminster to hide treasure in dungeons, rather than looting them. This revelation stems from a 1998 novel, which explains the uncommonly pristine loot found in ancient tombs. The book reveals that Elminster is tasked by Mystra to plant valuable items in ruins and tombs for future adventurers to discover.

This sheds light on the oddity of finding perfectly preserved loot in ancient dungeons in the game Baldur’s Gate 3. The knowledge of Elminster’s task is from a 1998 Dungeons & Dragons book, shared by a Reddit user 26 years later, providing an explanation for the immaculate treasure discovered in the game. For those interested in exploring more about Elminster, there are seven books that delve into his character and adventures, all of which can be found in various formats such as Kindle and audiobooks.

Baldur’s Gate 3 is the latest installment in the Dungeons & Dragons-based RPG series, developed by Larian Studios. Set in a world overtaken by a mind flayer invasion, it continues the legacy of the fantasy tabletop role-playing game that emerged in the 1970s, captivating players to this day.

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