Baldur’s Gate 3: All Deities you can worship

A screenshot of a mage in Baldur's Gate 3Larian Studios

Deities rule the world of Baldur’s Gare 3 and beyond, meaning they’re pretty vital to know and understand in the game. After all, whether you’re playing a Cleric, or deciphering some lore, you’ll need to know who the Gods are in the game. So, here’s all you need to know.

When creating a Cleric in Baldur’s Gate 3, there’s one choice you need to make – which Deity do you worship? This can be pretty tricky, especially since there are so many Gods in the game and each has different responsibilities, morals, and personalities.

Article continues after ad

On top of this, there are countless times when certain Gods are mentioned throughout the storyline, from Bhaal, Selune, Shar, and more. So, to understand the story completely, a basic gist of the Gods is required.

So, to help you pick your Cleric’s Deity or understand what people are talking about when mentioning the likes of Bane, here’s everything you need to know about Deities in Baldur’s Gate 3.

Sign up to Dexerto for free and receive:
Fewer Ads|Dark Mode|Deals in Gaming, TV and Movies, and Tech
A screenshot of a city in Baldur's Gate 3Larian Studios
Deities will change the way the world reacts to you in Baldur’s Gate 3

All Deities in Baldur’s Gate 3

There are a total of 24 Deities you can choose from in Baldur’s Gate 3. All of these Deities have their own concept and ideology towards life. A list of every Deity including their ideologies has been listed below:

Article continues after ad
  • Bane: Bane is the Deity in Baldur’s Gate 3 who is focused on hate, fear, and tyranny.
  • Bhaal: Bhaal is a paragon of murder in Baldur’s Gate 3.
  • Corellion Larethian: Corellion is the primary God of the Elves. He is the one who created them and blesses those who focus their lives on art, nature, and music.
  • Eilistrae: Eilistrae is the goddess of beauty. She also oversees those who are into song and freedom. Her goal is to attain a balance between all races.
  • Garl Glittergold: He is the God of trickery, humor, and gem cutting.
  • Helm: He is the God of every guardian across all planes and is regarded as the eternal sentry.
  • Ilmater: He is the God whose goal is to protect those who are being persecuted and oppressed by others.
  • Kelemvor: Kelemvor’s duty is to guide the dead in the afterlife and punish those undead who escape from his judgment.
  • Myrkul: He is another twisted God similar to Bhaal and Bane and he instills fear of death amongst mortal beings. He is in direct opposition to Kelemvor.
  • Moradin: He is the God of smithing and mining.
  • Lolth: Lolth is the mother of Eilistrae and she has control over beings of the deep like spiders, as well as creatures of the Underdark. Her goal is to corrupt everything that Eilistrae stands for.
  • Laduguer: He is a twisted god who encourages cold and callous behavior amongst his people.
  • Shar: Shar is the Goddess of Darkness and holds dominion over secrets and loss.
  • Selune: Selune is the Goddess of the moon and she is in direct confrontation with her twin sister Shar.
  • Oghma: He is the God of invention and inspiration and also believes in sharing knowledge amongst all people.
  • Mystra: Mystra is the mother of all magic and her goal is to share the secrets of arcane knowledge amongst all her worshippers.
  • Yondalla: She is the Goddess of kindness and believes in keeping an open mind and protecting each other.
  • Vlaakith: She is the ultimate leader of the Githyanki and is regarded as the Lich Queen.
  • Tyr: Tyr is the God of justice and law.
  • Tempus: Tempus is the God of War. He’s against meaningless bloodshed and also believes in honor.
  • Talos: Talos is the God who preaches chaos and destruction in nature.
  • Mielikki: She is the Goddess of peace and harmony in nature and is a direct counter to Talos.
  • Tymora: She is a Goddess of gambling who preaches the idea of taking risks.
  • Lathander: He is a greater Deity who is into new beginnings, as well as dawn, birth, spring, and vitality.

This concludes our guide for every Deity you can worship in Baldur’s Gate 3. If you found it informative, please look into some of our other guides at Dexerto.

Best Bard build | Best Ranger build | Best Barbarian build | Best Druid build | Best Warlock build | Does Baldur’s Gate 3 have crossplay & cross-platform progression? | Can you play Baldur’s Gate 3 on Steam Deck? | Baldur’s Gate 3 voice actors for all characters | How long is Baldur’s Gate 3? | Baldur’s Gate 3 pre-release bonuses & edition differences | Is Baldur’s Gate 3 coming to Xbox? | Is Baldur’s Gate 3 single-player? | Baldur’s Gate 3 Mind Flayers explained: Who are the Illithids? | Baldur’s Gate 3 proficiency explained

Article continues after ad

Related Topics