The Slave Mind is a collectible found in Baldur’s Gate 3. Often neglected, you can find the consumable useful in the game. You can find it by exploring the Nautaloid Ship in the initial stage of the game, and most importantly, you might find it helpful that it offers a couple of helpful uses, such as unlocking new dialogue options.
What Is The Slave Mind In Baldur’s Gate 3?
The BG3 Slave Mind is an ingredient that has several uses. When consumed, it can help you restore HP or help you to interact with the surrounding environment. As described in BG3, the Slave Mind is a humanoid brain, alive and suspended in a cerebrospinal fluid.
- It weighs 10 KG and has a Value of 1 Gp.
It can be found starting by exploring the Nursery room on the Nautaloid Ship in the prologue section, simultaneously with its counterpart, the Dark Mind. The Early Access also had a third similar collective called Our Mind. However, three of them didn’t have any use before.
These mind collectibles can also be used as decorations throughout the game. Until now, the complete uses and attributes of them are still unknown. Also, since both Minds are harvested brains, you can find them near any Mind Flayer Interactions as you progress through the game.
Uses Of Slave Mind
The BG3 Slave Mind has the following in-game uses:
- You can access new interactions with the help of one or two Slave Minds.
- It can be used for decorating camps.
- You can also use it as a particular interaction item during Act 2 by opening up new dialogue options.
- They are mainly consumables; you can spend them restoring some Hit points or buffing your character.
- If you want to eliminate them, you can sell for 1 Gold at a vendor.
The drawback you get from the BG3 Slave mind is that it is too heavy to carry. As a result, if your character’s strength ability is low, it can reach maximum Encumbrance. Also, you may think that the Slave Mind may be used concerning your character’s Illitihid powers. However, that is not the case. The attributes and abilities enabled through your Mind Flayer connection are accessed by earning Illihid Potential.
So here is all about the BG3 Slave Mind. Since the world map of Baldur’s Gate 3 is massive, it is challenging to find all the uses of Mind collectibles accurately. Many players mention many uses of the Slave Mind in Act 2, but that is not entirely true. BG3 is packed with countless other collectibles you can discover. Speaking about exploring, you may want to know how to find and solve the Stone Disc Puzzle.
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