You might want to get your hands on a few potions throughout the playthrough. However, I recommend getting the Potion Of Everlasting Vigour in Baldur’s Gate 3. It’s a permanent strength buffing potion that is highly suggested if you are using a melee build.
What Is The Potion Of Everlasting Vigour
The Potion of Everlasting Vigour will increase the strength of any character by 2 in BG3.
The quick, permanent buff is helpful during melee combat, especially for characters like Karlach and Lae’zel, who rely on physical damage much more. The potion works well for classes that depend on melee damage, such as Barbarians or Fighters.
You can obtain it during one of the interactions with Araj Oblodra, a merchant in Baldur’s Gate 3. You must also have Astarion in your party. Araj notices Astarion and initiates a conversation, inviting him to drink her blood.
Head inside the Moonrise Tower Main Floor and keep moving further ahead till you see the Absolute’s door; on the left side of the Absolute door, you can spot a narrow door; if you open it and go inside, Araj Oblodra can be found selling her potions. She is one of the merchants scattered across the world of Baldur’s Gate 3, and you can obtain the Potion of Everlasting Vigour from her.
Araj will tell you about her potion dealings and how she takes the blood from her customers and brews them suitable potions according to their traits. If you have Astarion with you, she will notice him and will proceed to talk about his vampire nature and how it is her dream to be bitten by a Vampire.
Oblodra will then make a trade offer that If Astarion agrees to bite her, she will give the player a powerful potion to give them everlasting strength. Astarion will hesitate to bite her but continue to persuade him till he agrees. Once he bites Araj, she will hand over The Potion of Everlasting Vigour to the player. However, you will get Astarion’s disapproval if you force him to drink her blood.
I think the Potion of Everlasting Vigour is definitely worth getting in Baldur’s Gate 3, considering how useful and handy it is for your melee-build characters. You will be able to increase the strength by +2 for any character, and the buff is helpful for classes like Fighter, Barbarian, and Paladin.
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