Baldur’s Gate 3 Drow Twins – Where to Find Nym and Sorn?

An image of the Baldur's Gate 3 Drow twins Nym and Sorn

An image of the Baldur's Gate 3 Drow twins Nym and Sorn

Are you searching for the Baldur’s Gate 3 Drow twins Nym and Sorn? Well, given the services these twins provide, it’s no surprise why they have become so in demand among players. So don’t worry, we’ve made this guide to help you locate this pair of NPCs

The Drow twins Nym and Sorn are a couple of characters in Baldur’s Gate 3 that will give you an interesting offer when encountered. That offer may extend to some of your companions, depending on your relationship with them.

So where can we find the Baldur’s Gate 3 Drow twins and what do they do, exactly? Let’s go ahead and find out.

Where Are the Drow Twins in Baldur’s Gate 3?

Drow twins Nym and Sorn Orlith can both be found in the Sharess’ Caress brothel during Act 3. Given that they’re found in a brothel, it doesn’t take much to figure out what type of services they offer.

Sharess’ Caress can be found north of the Open Hand Temple past the South Span Checkpoint. It is directly across from the building called Fraygo’s Flophouse.

You might be familiar with the Open Hand Temple and Fraygo’s Flophouse if you’ve already done the quest that involves the Flower Key.

Can You Romance the Drow Twins?

Yes, you can romance both of the Drow twins. Sort of, anyway. Since they work at a brothel, romancing the twins will end up costing you a bit of gold. Not that we are complaining, mind you.

When you speak to Nym, you can hire her or her brother Sorn for 500 gold coins each. If you are involved in a romance with one of your companions during this conversation, Nym will offer to have a party with both you and your partner at the same time, along with her twin.

You can accept this offer and pay 1000 gold coins, but your partner may or may not be into it depending on who you’re involved with. If you do end up rendering the Drow twins’ services, they will take place in the Underdark room with the lights off. This means you won’t get to see anything that happens, but everything will be narrated.

So that’s our guide on finding the Baldur’s Gate 3 Drow twins. For more traditional romance options in the role-playing game, check out our guide on how to release Shadowheart and where to find Halsin.

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