If you are playing Baldur’s Gate 3 and are enjoying the experience but find yourself getting trapped by your own spells from time to time because you can’t end spell concentration. This article will show you how to quickly and easily stop spells and end Spell Concentration in Baldur’s Gate 3. Stop getting burned by never ending firewall spells in Baldur’s Gate 3.
Baldur’s Gate is a massive game that takes battle strategy and D&D mechanics very seriously. Even with a strong party geared to the teeth, if you enter a battle without putting much throught into it there’s a good chance you are going to fail. Then there is the luck mechanic to deal with! All in all, it makes for an awesome gaming experience. The only problem with Baldur’s Gate 3 is that there are so many intricacies it may be a little overwhelming at times.
A classic example of this is spell concentration. When you cast certain spells like Firewall, Insect Plague, etc. the spell will often run for an eternity blocking your path and preventing you from moving forward without taking damage. Thankfully there is a quick and easy way to manually end spell concentration in Baldur’s Gate 3 when battle ends, or when you need to move forward.
I think everyone who has played Baldur’s Gate 3 has had trouble finding this little option. I had already played the game for 60+ hours before I figured out the solution. Prior to that I was getting damaged walking through spells or using water spells to put out fires. So follow along as we show you where to find this super important little option.
How do you manually end spell concentration after a battle in Baldur’s Gate 3?
As we mentioned ending spell concentration in Baldur’s Gate 3 is super simple though super difficult to find. Even though it was hidden in plain sight!
- To end Spell Concentration in Baldur’s Gate 3 you will first need to select the character who cast the spell.
- Next, click the tiny little cross on the spell icon just below the left side of your character's profile picture. Here’s an example of it below to make finding it easier.
I had 60 hours of game time before I figured this out… I was just using water spells to put out fire spells when I trapped myself… Anyway, that pretty much wraps up this guide but if you are having some other issues, for example, Astarion getting stuck Encumbered I’ll leave a few more handy guides below.
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