Baldur’s Gate 3: Should you kill the Dream Visitor in the Planecaster?
Baldur’s Gate 3 usually gives players freedom when making tough choices. If you’re intrigued by the mysterious figure of the Dream Visitor, it’s up to you to let them change the course of your game. Here’s what happens if you kill the Dream Visitor in Baldur’s Gate 3.
One of the hardest choices you’ll need to make in Baldur’s Gate 3 is whether or not you should kill the strange Dream Visitor that’s always reaching your characters during a long rest. Their messages are strange and they never seem to have time to explain why they are so adamant that you use your Illithid Powers.
However, you’ll have your chance to kill the Dream Visitor to stop their constant visits while you sleep. Keep in mind that this choice will have a major impact on your gameplay and you’ll encounter some spoilers in this guide.
Here’s what you need to know about whether or not to kill the Dream Visitor in the Planecaster in Baldur’s Gate 3.
Who is The Dream Visitor in Baldur’s Gate 3?
The Dream Visitor is the character you create after making your own at the beginning of Baldur’s Gate 3. They also go by the name the Guardian and claim to be guiding and protecting your character from the Mind Flayers and the parasite they put in your head.
The Dream Visitor usually appears when choosing the option of long rests, and gives your character strange messages about an ongoing war against Mind Flayers that they’ll eventually need your help with.
Should you kill the Dream Visitor in Baldur’s Gate 3?
While completing Lae’zel’s personal mission in Baldur’s Gate 3, she’ll ask you to help her find the Githyanki and ask for their help to remove the tadpole. After finding the Githyanki, you’ll meet Vlaakith, Lae’zel’s queen, who’ll tell you to go into the Planecaster and kill the prisoner that’s trapped there.
You’ll find out soon enough that inside the Planecaster awaits the Dream Visitor that you already know and you’ll get the option to kill them for good. If you decide to kill the Guardian, they’ll just heal themselves and get upset that you believed Vlaakith’s lies.
The Guardian will also tell you that the Githyaki queen was planning to kill them and then betray you by going after you and your party at camp.
If you choose to disobey Vlaakith, Lae’zel will leave your party, and you will have to kill her. However, you can accept the Queen’s mission and enter the Planecaster just to listen to the Dream Visitor before deciding to leave (without harming them).
If you choose not to harm the Dream Visitor, you will have to fight your way out of the Githyanki group, but you’ll get to keep Lae’zel and make sure that the Dream Visitor doesn’t get upset.
That covers everything you’ll need to know about killing the Dream Visitor in Baldur’s Gate 3. If you want to read more about the game, check out these guides below:
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