The Baldur’s Gate 3 game field proves to be a playground for three players, allowing them to create all kinds of unique strategies and perspectives for gameplay through clever use of freeform perspective and D&D rules. For a player, this includes the ability to create all kinds of unique structures and perspectives for the game using freeform perspective and simple application of the D&D rules. For a player, this also includes the ability to easily slash your way through enemies using the Monk’s incredible evasion abilities due to his astonishing damage output.
The Monk’s Formation Breaks Down Due To Clever Multiclassing and Feats That Kill Enemies
Redditor u/Orko The Mage is responsible for creating this mighty beggar and shared an image of his continuous attacks, as well as the various damage and extras his attacks cause. In this case, his attack can result in anywhere from 21 to 40 damage, including a mix of physical, mental, and brute force elements, and he is capable of dealing over 300 damage on some modes for his class setup.
They were kind enough to post the details about it. He explained how he created this powerhouse, mentioning that he used a multi-class—including eight levels of Open Fist Monk, three levels of Rogue Rogue, and one with the achievement Tavern Brawler. Score of 22. Thanks to this combo, he has two attacks and three bonus actions on each mode. With two additional attacks and three uses of Flurry of Blows, with each set of two additional attacks, they can make eight attacks in one mode and potentially attack anywhere from 168 to 320. They were also very adept at listing gear that increases this pointless damage, so players can test it themselves if they wish.
Following this player’s post are comments from other players praising the creation, being influenced by it, and discussing the 5e rules in their own and holistic ways. If anything, it’s another example of the creative and open-ended approach players can enjoy in Baldur’s Gate 3 and the amount of possibilities players have when creating their characters. To such an extent that recently, we have seen Sunnar builds, WW Olbears and a player who wanted to kill everyone in their game.
We want to say that Baldur’s Gate 3 is proving to be a sandbox for three players, and in the future, we can expect to see more fans getting creative and uniquely working with leaks.