'Baldur’s Gate 3' Class and Subclass Combinations
Players of the popular video game 'Baldur’s Gate 3' are engaging in a lively discussion about what they think constitutes the coolest class and subclass combinations. The game's class system provides players with the tools to create hybrid builds that result in creative outcomes. The game launched with 12 different classes, each with its own set of subclasses, paving the way for a multitude of variations.
Some players favor the Battle Master as the most formidable of the three subclass options for the Fighter class. On the other hand, the Draconic Bloodline is a popular choice among those who prefer the Sorcerer class.
It’s been several weeks since the game’s full release on PC, and players' opinions are beginning to surface. Insight gleaned from online discussions offers a peek into players’ thoughts and preferences.
“Coolest” Combinations According to Players
Players have extensively consulted class/subclass guides and shared what they consider the “coolest” combinations. For one player, the Eagleheart Barbarian is the selection of choice. There’s nothing more primal than an angry Barbarian charging at you from a higher ground, they put forth.
In response to the question about favorite builds, dozens of users chimed in with their own choices. One player chose the Way of the Four Elements Monk as their combo of choice, mainly because the character gets to attack opponents while their hands are aflame.
Otherspreferred The Great Old One subclass for the Warlock class, citing the unique outer gods and the eye-catching animation of the eldritch blast as appealing elements.
Enthusiasm was also shown for the Oath of the Ancients Paladin. A commenter praised this character for being a Charisma-based figure who can communicate with animals, in addition to having all the exciting features of a paladin.
Class/Subclass Pairings: An Enjoyable Process
From the myriad of responses, it is evident that players are thoroughly enjoying the process of experimenting with and pairing up the various class and subclass options.