While you’re on your journey in Larian Studios’ Dungeons and Dragons game, you can develop romantic feelings with some of your allies. But can you romance multiple characters in Baldur’s Gate 3? We’ll learn the answer to that in this guide.
When you’re not out solving floor puzzles or searching for sussur blooms, you can spend time getting to know your companions. As your adventure progresses, you may end up being closer to some of your party members than others.
There is a long list of potential romantic partners in the game, so let’s see if you can romance multiple characters in Baldur’s Gate 3 at the same time. Looking to build your personal harem?
Can you have multiple romances in Baldur’s Gate 3?
Yes, you can have multiple romances in Baldur’s Gate 3. That being said, you won’t be able to just start a relationship with every NPC in the game.
Some of your romance options will be open to polyamory while others will flat out reject it. And then there are picky NPCs who will only accept a non-monogamous setup if it involves certain people.
Of course, this is all affected by certain interactions and the choices you’ve made in the game. The relationship between you and your companions will always be in flux as the story progresses.
Which companions are open to having multiple romances?
Most Origin characters like Wyll and Gale aren’t too keen on being in open relationships, but there are some exceptions. Here are the characters who are more likely to accept polyamory:
- The Guardian
While Halsin and Minthara are pretty much down for whatever, Shadowheart and Astarion may change their minds on open relationships during Act 2. Meanwhile, no one seems to mind if you romance the Guardian.
The Guardian is the non-playable character you customize after creating your character when starting the game. We are not sure why you would want to romance a mysterious being who lives inside your brain, but then again, no judgements from us.