Enemy of Justice, Explained in Baldur’s Gate 3
So, you’re minding your own business in Baldur’s Gate 3, feeling like a hero after wiping out a Goblin camp, and suddenly you’re the talk of the town—and not in a good way. Believe it or not, you’ve just earned the title of “Enemy of Justice.” Sounds like a bad superhero name, right? Now, every time you stroll into a town, guards who were once your allies are now ready to swing their swords at you. How did that happen? Let’s dig in.
What’s the Deal with “Enemy of Justice” in BG3?
The term “Enemy of Justice” sounds grand, but it’s essentially the game’s way of saying, “Hey, you’re a wanted criminal!” Typically, you get this not-so-pleasant title by doing something fairly obvious—like killing a guard while someone’s watching. But here’s the funny part: players have reported getting this status even after successfully finishing the Goblin camp mission. So you save the day, and still, guards want to pick a fight with you. Talk about gratitude, huh?
How to Shake Off Your “Enemy of Justice” Tag
Getting rid of this status is a bit like cleaning up after a messy party—you have to take care of the witnesses. In the Goblin camp scenario, you’ll find a paralyzed Tiefling named Pandirna hiding out in a shed. The exact coordinates? X: 206 Y: 528. Make sure she doesn’t spill the beans, and you’re golden.
And remember, leaving certain characters like Abdirak alive during the Goblin quest can also slap you with the “Enemy of Justice” label. So, when you’re out there saving the world and vanquishing foes, you might want to double-check your guest list. Make sure there are no witnesses left to tell tales. That way, you can walk into any town with your head held high, free from the confusing wrath of confused guards.
There you have it—a quick guide on how to navigate the puzzling world of justice and not-so-justice in Baldur’s Gate 3 because nobody wants to be the hero who can’t even buy a pint at the local tavern without getting into a sword fight!
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