[Top 15] Baldur's Gate 3 Best Amulets To Have

Baldur's Gate 3 Best Amulets
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15. Broodmother's Revenge (Act 1)

The Broodmother's Revenge amulet (pictured) is meant for the member of your party that tends to receive healing during combat.

The Broodmother’s Revenge amulet gives you the ‘Venomous Revenge’ trait. When you are healed, your weapon will become coated with poisonous magic. You can then deal an additional 1-6 Poison damage with weapon attacks.

The Broodmother’s Revenge amulet is great for:

  • Fighters - Often within melee range, give your Fighter this amulet to allow them to dish out even more vicious damage after taking a few hits.
  • Rangers - Rangers are one of the classes most often targeted by the AI in the game. Gift your Ranger this amulet to help them rain down extra Poison damage on their enemies.
  • Rogues - Rogues are pretty squishy, so chances are they are going to be healed at least once per combat. This amulet will give them an extra edge in combat after taking some damage.

How to get the Broodmother’s Revenge amulet:

You must kill (or knock out) Kagha at the Druid’s Grove in order to loot the Broodmother’s Revenge amulet off her body. 


14. Amulet of Restoration (Act 1)

The Amulet of Restoration (pictured) takes a little bit of stress off the party's main healer.

The Amulet of Restoration gives you the ability to cast a Level 1 Healing Word spell and a Level 3 Mass Healing Word spell.

The Amulet of Restoration is great for:

  • Rogues - Give your Rogue the ability to help out their comrades as they weave around the battlefield.
  • Paladins - Paladins already have a bit of healing magic, so this amulet will boost their spellcasting and allow them to more easily heal themselves or their allies.
  • Warlocks - Warlocks might not usually be considered the ‘healer’ of the party, but no Warlock will turn down a spell that doesn’t cut into their limited spell slots.

How to get the Amulet of Restoration:

You can buy the Amulet of Restoration from Derryth Bonecloak at the Myconid Colony in the Underdark.


13. Amulet of the Harpers (Act 2)

The Amulet of the Harper (pictured) will give you a boost to defense.

The Amulet of the Harpers gives you Advantage on Wisdom Saving Throws and also provides you with a Level 1 Shield spell.

The Amulet of the Harpers is great for:

  • Monks - Monks are often in melee range in combat, so a Shield spell could be really useful if faced with a devastating hit.
  • Bards
  • Wizards
  • Both Bards and Wizards are two of the more squishy classes that could benefit from a Shield spell in a pinch. This has the added benefit of them having to make one less Concentration Saving Throw if the spell is timed correctly.

How to get the Amulet of the Harpers:

You can buy the Amulet of the Harpers from Quartermaster Talli at the Last Light Inn in Act 2.


12. Pearl of Power Amulet (Act 1)

The Pearl of Power Amulet (pictured) is the perfect gift for any spellcaster.

The Pearl of Power Amulet gives you the Pearlescent Restoration Class Action. With this, you can replenish one expended spell slot of your choice per Long Rest.

The Pearl of Power Amulet is great for:

  • Warlocks - Warlocks have the fewest spell slots of all the casting classes. They’ll take anything they can get.
  • Sorcerers - This will allow your Sorcerer to save some of their Sorcery Points, or burn them on something besides restoring spell slots.
  • Clerics - This amulet is a fail-safe in case your Cleric runs out of spell slots/Revivify scrolls and a party member goes down.

How to get the Pearl of Power Amulet:

You can buy the Pearl of Power from Omeluum after finishing his side quest in the Myconid Colony.


11. Envoy's Amulet (Act 1)

The Envoy's Amulet (pictured) is a challenge to get, but comes in handy quite often in conversation.

The Envoy’s Amulet gives you the Voice of the Circle ability. You can grant yourself or an ally a +2 bonus on Persuasion Checks.

The Envoy’s Amulet is great for:

  • Bards
  • Sorcerers
  • Paladins
  • Bards, Sorcerers, and Paladins all use Charisma for their spellcasting. That has the side effect of them also (usually) being the most charismatic in conversation. Gift your Bard, Sorcerer, or Paladin this amulet to give them even more of a boost or allow them to lend help to a friend.

How to get the Envoy’s Amulet:

You receive the Envoy’s Amulet in the Myconid Colony after finishing the ‘Deliver Nere’s Head’ quest.


10. Amulet of Misty Step (Act 1)

The Amulet of Misty Step (pictured) will allow you to move around the battlefield much more easily, in exchange for a Bonus Action.

The Amulet of Misty Step gives you one casting of the Level 2 Misty Step spell per long rest.

The Amulet of Misty Step is great for:

  • Barbarians 
  • Fighters
  • Rangers
  • Honestly, this amulet is useful for pretty much any class, but gifting it to your melee/ranged weapon fighters will allow them to either rush ahead into battle or easily pop up to higher ground to grant them Advantage on Ranged attacks.

How to get the Amulet of Misty Step:

You can find the Amulet of Misty Step in a gilded chest at the Defiled Temple in the Underdark. (Coordinates: X:386 Y:8)


9. Unflinching Protector Amulet (Act 3)

The Unflinching Protector Amulet (pictured) is perfect for the party member that thinks the Sentinel feat just isn't enough.

The Unflinching Protector Amulet provides you the Unflinching Protection feature. This gives you the ability to use your reaction when a nearby ally is targeted with an attack to make that attack automatically miss. This effect recharges after every Short Rest. 

The Unflinching Protector Amulet is great for:

  • Monks
  • Clerics
  • Druids
  • This amulet should be given to one of your party members who is often near their allies so that they can more easily use the amulet’s ability to help their fellow party members.

How to get the Unflinching Protector Amulet:

You can get the Unflinching Protector Amulet by looting it from Ptaris at the Lodge in Baldur’s Gate.


8. Corvid Token (Act 3)

The Corvid token (pictured) grants you a boon from the Raven Queen, a mysterious deity from the Shadowfell.

The Corvid Token grants you an extra 5 feet to their jump length and their fly speed. If you are polymorphed or go into Wild Shape, you are also granted the effects of the Feather Fall spell.

The Corvid Token is great for:

  • Druids - Druids can Wild Shape as well as polymorph themselves and others, so they will get the most benefit out of the Corvid Token.
  • Warlocks
  • Wizards
  • Because Warlocks and Wizards both have access to Polymorph, they can also take advantage of the bonus Feather Fall effect of the Corvid Token.

How to get the Corvid Token:

You can buy the Corvid Token from Mattis in Rivington.


7. Surgeon's Subjugation Amulet (Act 2)

The Surgeon's Subjugation Amulet (pictured) is for the member of your party that Crits on their opponents the most often.

The Surgeon’s Subjugation Amulet gives you the Paralyzing Critical feature. Once per Long Rest, when scoring a Critical Hit on a humanoid, you can Paralyze your target for two turns.

The Surgeon’s Subjugation Amulet is great for:

  • Fighters
  • Barbarians
  • Rogues
  • These classes are the most likely, in general, to score Critical Hits using weapon attacks in combat. 

How to get the Surgeon’s Subjugation Amulet:

You can loot the Surgeon’s Subjugation Amulet from Malus Thorm, the twisted surgeon found in the House of Healing.


6. Spell Savant Amulet (Act 3)

The Spell Savant Amulet (pictured) is perfect for the spellcaster in your party that keeps running out of spell slots.

The Spell Savant Amulet grants you an additional Level 2 spell slot.

The Spell Savant Amulet is great for:

  • Warlocks - Warlocks have very few spell slots, so this amulet is perfect for them.
  • Sorcerers - With this amulet, you can save a few sorcery points or spend them elsewhere.
  • Wizards - Honestly, any casting class would love to receive this amulet. Wizards don’t necessarily need the extra spell slot, but your Wizard definitely wants it. Just don’t let Gale eat it.

How to get the Spell Savant Amulet:

You can find the Spell Savant Amulet from Vault 1 at the Counting House in Baldur’s Gate.


5. Spellcrux Amulet (Act 2)

The Spellcrux Amulet (pictured) is perfect for the member of your party that is always running out of spell slots.

The Spellcrux Amulet gives you the Spell Slot Restoration class action. You can restore a spell slot of any level once per Long Rest.

The Spellcrux Amulet is great for:

  • Warlocks - Giving your Warlock this amulet will make their (very) few spell slots sting a little bit less.
  • Wizards - Wizards have some pretty powerful spells. Being able to restore a spell of any level might cause power to go to your Wizard’s head, though. Use caution.
  • Clerics - This amulet provides a fail-safe just in case your Cleric uses all of their spell slots and someone needs to get healed (or revivified.)

How to get the Spellcrux Amulet:

The Spellcrux Amulet can be looted from the Warden when assaulting the Moonrise Towers Main Floor in the Shadow-Cursed Lands or if you found yourself in the Prison before the assault on Moonrise Towers. 


4. Fey Semblance Amulet (Act 3)

The Fey Semblance Amulet (pictured) will make your spellcasters much less likely to fail saving throws in combat.

The Fey Semblance Amulet grants you Advantage on Intelligence, Wisdom, and Charisma Saving Throws.

The Fey Semblance Amulet is great for:

  • Wizards - Wizards rely on Intelligence for their Spellcasting, so this will make it even more likely for them to resist Intelligence Saving Throws as well as give them a boost in Wisdom and Charisma.
  • Bards - Bards rely on Charisma for their Spellcasting, so this will make it even more likely for them to resist Charisma Saving Throws as well as give them a boost in Intelligence and Wisdom.
  • Paladins -  Paladins rely on Charisma for their Spellcasting, so this will make it even more likely for them to resist Charisma Saving Throws as well as give them a boost in Intelligence and Wisdom.

How to get the Fey Semblance Amulet:

You are granted the Fey Semblance Amulet as a reward after completing the Avenge the Hag Survivors side quest in Baldur’s Gate.


3. Amulet of the Devout (Act 3)

The Amulet of the Devout (pictured) offers some excellent bonuses to the religious casters in your party.

The Amulet of the Devout adds a +2 bonus to your Spell Save DC and also grants you an additional use of Channel Divinity.

The Amulet of the Devout is great for:

  • Clerics
  • Paladins
  • This amulet is perfect for the religion-based classes. Give it to your Cleric or Paladin to boost their power.

How to get the Amulet of the Devout:

You can find the Amulet of the Devout in the basement of the Stormshore Tabernacle in Baldur’s Gate.


2. Periapt of Wound Closure (Act 1)

The Periapt of Wound Closure (pictured) offers some much-needed healing to whoever wears it.

The Periapt of Wound Closure grants you the ability to automatically stabilize when Downed in combat. It also maximizes the hit points restored to you any time you are healed.

The Periapt of Wound Closure is great for:

  • Sorcerers - Sorcerers are squishy, and will benefit highly from the Potent Healing ability of the amulet.
  • Wizards - Wizards are notorious for being downed in combat. This amulet makes having a Wizard in your party less of a hassle and more of a boon.
  • Monks - Monks have surprisingly few HP for being melee combatants. Give this amulet to your Monk to ensure they stay engaged and alert in battle.

How to get the Periapt of Wound Closure:

You can buy this from Lady Esther at Rosymorn Monastery. (Coordinates X: -42 Y:-130)


1. Amulet of Greater Health (Act 3)

The Amulet of Greater Health (pictured) will give your squishiest party member extra HP, while also helping them hold Concentration.

The Amulet of Greater Health increases your Constitution score to 23 and gives you Advantage on Constitution Saving Throws.

The Amulet of Greater Health is great for:

  • Wizards
  • Bards
  • Clerics
  • None of the casting classes in BG3 rely on Constitution for their spellcasting (though there is an argument to be had that Sorcerers should be able to use Constitution.) However, the advantage on Constitution Saving Throws is too good to pass up for any of your spellcasters.

How to get the Amulet of Greater Health:

You can find the Amulet of Greater Health in the Archives at the House of Hope.


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