Baldur’s Gate 3 features a staggering number of trinkets and other bits and bobs that you encounter in your journey throughout its expansive Dungeons & Dragon-esque world.
Baldur’s Gate 3 comes with a plethora of ingredients and items, such as Gold, Platinum Coins, Bloodstones, and much more. These ingredients are easily obtainable from looting enemy bodies, certain Locations, quest rewards, and even NPCs. Although they have no direct usage, they are mostly used to upgrade gear such as weapons, shields, and armor.
In this article, we’re going to discuss what Bloodstones are and how they work in Baldur’s Gate 3.
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Where To Find Bloodstones In Baldur’s Gate 3
Bloodstones are easily available in Baldur’s Gate 3. You’ll find them from enemy loot, say, after defeating True Souls Gut just before the Stone Disc puzzle or even in certain locations like the Gilded Chest in the Owlbear cave.
For a bit more context, Bloodstones were known as semi-precious gems in the Siege of Dragonspear expansion (2016) of Baldur’s Gate Enhanced Edition. Like other semi-precious gems, they were very common and had a monetary value of 50 gold pieces in the Forgotten Realms.
As of now, players have yet to discover any unique interactions with Bloodstones in Baldur’s Gate 3. So, it makes sense to sell them to a vendor.
However, if you are worried about a DLC or expansion adding functionality to this item in the future, you can keep them in your stash. Suffice it to say, as we have seen in the previous Baldur’s Gate titles, it most likely won’t be the case.
If you were to sell the Bloodstones in Baldur’s Gate 3, doing it in the early game is far more valuable as you need to get as much gold to upgrade your characters.