Baldur’s Gate 3 players share their best experiences using the “Salami” club

Souhardya Choudhury
Oathbreaker Knight Baldur's Gate 3

Even the unforgiving world of Baldur’s Gate 3 has some really peculiar weapons like the “Sausage club” and players share their experiences with the weapon.

For RPG and D&D fans, Baldur’s Gate 3 has been an enormous milestone as the title went ahead to dominate the gaming niche last year. With its intriguing turn-based combat and innovative character design, BG3 also made sure to grab the Game of the Year award as well.

With a massive variety of weapons and armor to discover in Baldur’s Gate 3, some players might find it difficult if they are on a quest to collect everything the game has to offer. However, there are some interesting items that some players might not want to miss.

The tales of the famous “sausage” weapon in Baldur’s Gate 3 continue as Reddit user ‘witcharithmetic’ discovered the Salami weapon in the game. The OP was quite surprised to get it as they asked: “Wait… you can equip what?”

Other players shared their knowledge on the peculiar weapon as they sarcastically said: “Not only can you equip it, but you can dual wield it too. Double the sausage, double the power!” As the weapon acts like a club, many have even let their companions, such as Karlach, use it as their default weapon.

“Was very handy when I needed a bludgeoning weapon to break a wall down,” claimed a player. One of them had a hilarious Baldur’s Gate 3 experience to share as they said: “That time when scratch told me, ‘I’ve found that and it reminds me of you,’ and it was a salami. I laughed hard.”

However, one player was quite disappointed as it was an “annoyance” for them that they could “use sausage as a weapon but not a frying pan.” Others claimed: “It’s funnier too when you realize it requires proficiency to equip.”

It seems like the tale of the Salami still continues in the Baldur’s Gate 3 community as every day a new player might be surprised to see a sausage as a weapon.

For more on Baldur’s Gate 3, check out how this “easy” boss is ending Honour Mode runs and why players believe Gale’s “god ending” is actually a bad thing.

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Souhardya is a Games Writer at CharlieIntel, currently covering Diablo 4, EA FC 24, Baldur's Gate 3, and Elden Ring. He has a degree in Media Science & Journalism and has previously worked at Spiel Times and Sportskeeda. You can reach him at [email protected].