Recently players discovered that there is unmarked quest in the Baldur’s Gate 3.
New Discovered Unmarked Baldur’s Gate 3 Quest
Baldur’s Gate 3 is a very long and detailed game, even after the months of launch, players keep discovering new details about the game. New discover happened recently. In the playthrough of the game, Baldur’s Gate 3 offers plenty of chances for players to adopt pets, such as Scratch the Dog, and the Owl Bear Cub.
However, being able to talk to animals, whether via elixir or spell, can greatly improve this experience. After all, not every game lets players engage in a hissing contest with a grumpy cat, yet Last Light Inn from Baldur’s Gate 3 provides one such opportunity. While players unfortunately cannot adopt His Majesty, they can find a new home for Malta or Myshka, two stray cats found in the lower city of Baldur’s Gate.
A player shared a video and showed how Malta can be adopted, and the sole place that is interested in adopting a stray cat happens to be the Bonecloak Apothecary namely, its owner, Derryth. Certain choices must be made in Baldur’s Gate 3 to bring about this possibility, however, as only a widowed Derryth is eligible to adopt one of the two strays.
Finding a Noblestalk mushroom in Baldur’s Gate 3 is the crux of Derryth’s quest, and the deciding factor in Malta and Myshka finding a new home. During their adventures in the Underdark, players can either keep the mushroom for their own purposes, hand it over to Derryth, or use it to restore Bhelen’s mind.
The first two options result in the couple tending to their apothecary in Baldur’s Gate, while the third option results in Bhelen tending to the store alone, as Derryth leaves him out of fear due to the mushroom restoring his old, abusive personality.
However, should Bhelen perish during their expedition in the Underdark, players will find a grieving Derryth tending to the shop on her own. In this scenario, they invite a stray cat to help Derryth with her grieving process, and make the store a lively place in Bhelen’s absence.
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Unfortunately, Baldur’s Gate 3 players will then have to decide if Myshka or Malta are better suited to becoming the apothecary’s new tenant, as only one cat can be adopted per playthrough. While the choice does not yield any specific rewards, it is another example of just how many permutations exist in the complex web of Baldur’s Gate 3’s narrative design.