Baldur’s Gate 3 One with Shadows – how to use it

Baldur's Gate 3 One with Shadows Wyll

Baldur's Gate 3 One with Shadows Wyll

Journeying across Faerun is always easier said than done. You can expect many battles along the way, but sometimes avoiding these encounters will be your best bet. In this guide, we’ll show you how to use the Baldur’s Gate 3 One with Shadows action to your advantage.

While arming yourself with the best weapons in the game will benefit your party, they won’t do much good if you’re just swinging them wildly in the air. To survive places like the Whispering Depths and Thorm Mausoleum, you’re going to have to learn how to utilize your class actions.

So, let’s go ahead and learn how to use the Baldur’s Gate 3 One with Shadows action and see how it will be able to help you on your journey to rid yourself of some tadpole parasites.

How to use One with Shadows

Activating One with Shadows will render its user invisible until they move, perform another action, or take damage. To use this ability, you will need to be in a location that is at least partially obscured by darkness.

You can check which areas around you are dark enough to use One with Shadows by holding down the shift key on your keyboard. Some enemies may still search for you while you are invisible, requiring you to make a DC15 Dexterity save to remain hidden.

One with Shadows is an invocation that can be acquired by Warlocks. The in-game tooltip for One with Shadows may cause some confusion since it forgets to mention that moving will cause your invisibility to end early.

Best build for One with Shadows

Using One with Shadows on its own may seem like a lackluster ability, but there are effective ways to utilize this invocation. One build that makes great use of One with Shadows is the Rogue/Warlock multiclass.

Rogues are experts at stealth and sneaking up on enemies for an advantage on the battlefield. Give them an extra ability that allows them to turn invisible in the middle of a fight and they become a lot deadlier.

And that wraps up our guide on how to use One with Shadows in Baldur’s Gate 3. For more on the fantasy adventure game, you may want to check out details on the urchin background for your character or how to play a sorlock build.

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