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Should You Consent To Arrest Or Fight In BG3?

In Bg3, players can either consent to the arrest or fight the NPCs after they escape prison. Furthermore, the NPCs can catch them again.

But, there are certain drawbacks after getting out of jail.

In Baldur’s Gate 3, players can consent to arrest or fight for their freedom after exiting prison. However, if they do not meet the NPCs who put them in prison, they will not have to choose between any of the aforementioned options.

This article discusses the consent to arrest or fight in Baldur’s Gate 3.

How To Get Arrested In Baldur’s Gate 3? 

In Baldur’s Gate 3, players can get to jail for various reasons. Furthermore, the NPCs can arrest players for even petty reasons. 

However, the NPCs are more vigilant during quest times. Players may go against the law during the completion of certain quests. 

This can cause them to stay in the jail cell in the city. However, players can break out from the jail cell. 

Players also claim that the NPCs arrest them simply because they take children’s items. 

However, they do mention it was through stealing from the children.

Players will be in prison with or without consent Bg3
The NPCs will put players into jail with or without their consent in Baldur’s Gate 3

Thus, this means that NPCs can arrest the players for even the smallest misdemeanor within the game. 

Furthermore, the NPCs can arrest the players during one of the quests in the game. 

The quest in the name is to investigate the murderer quest. During the quest line, there is a chance that the NPCs will arrest the players. 

However, it is a slim chance, and the chances are quite low. Thus, if you want to be behind bars, players must either steal items or destroy something. 

Furthermore, the NPCs should also catch the players in the act so they can get behind bars. 

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After you get behind bars, you can escape the jail with relative ease. 

The easiest method is to destroy the door or interact with the environment around the jail cell. 

Here are a few methods to escape the prison in Baldur’s Gate 3;

1. Glitching Your Way Out

In certain cases, you can glitch your way out from the prison. Furthermore, a prime example of the glitch is in Druid Grove. 

Here, you can interact with Sazza from your cell. At the end of this interaction, your character will be out of the prison. 

2. Lockpicking The Door

The second method is through Lockpicking. Players can interact with the prison door. This will prompt a sleight of hand or lockpicking test. 

You must roll either D 20 or pass the sleight of hand to get through the door.

However, the characters inside the prison will not have any of their lockpicking tools. 

Thus, players can choose to bring another party member or ask their friends to get them out of jail.

3. Interaction With The Environment

The last method is through interaction with the environment.

The players may find a loose walk to destroy or move a corpse to find an entrance for an escape tunnel.

Now, after you get out of jail, you will not be put back into jail immediately, however, if you come across the person who put you in jail. 

You have three options. The first is to return to the prison voluntarily. The second is to convince them to let you go; lastly, you can fight them.

This is where you can either consent to the arrest or fight to be a free man. 

The Bottom Line

In Baldur’s Gate 3, the NPCs can arrest you, however, you can break out of prison. But that does come with some drawbacks. 

Players can either consent to the arrest or fight it out if they get caught again by the person who put them in jail. 

However, if the NPCs catch you right after getting out of prison, you will not have any items to fend off the NPCs. Here, all you can do is consent to the arrest.

Hopefully, this article can guide you in learning about the consent to arrest or fight in Baldur’s Gate 3.

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