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Learn About The Sussur Flower Antimagic In Baldur’s Gate 3

The antimagic property of the Sussur Flower in BG3 is a unique trait that the flower provides to its holders. 

Furthermore, players can use the flower typically for quest purposes only. 

The antimagic property of the Sussur Flower completely negates magic around its holder. Furthermore, its use typically shines in a quest, but players will not find much use for the flower outside of the quests. 

This article discusses the Sussur Flower antimagic in Baldur’s Gate 3.

What Is Sussur Flower In Baldur’s Gate 3? 

The Sussur Flower or Sussur Bloom is one of the ingredients that players can find in Baldur’s Gate 3. 

Players will first use the flower to deactivate certain mechanics within the Arcane Tower. Furthermore, there are other uses for the flower as well.

However, more testing on the flower is being conducted to understand its uses. 

The main reason for players to head out and find the flower or the sussur bloom is for its antimagic properties. 

Players can recognize the flower for its blue hue and shine when they approach it.

Thus, missing the flower when you are searching for it is quite hard. 

Continue reading to explore the Old Garlows and the Inquisitor’s Chamber in BG3.

What Is Sussur Flower Antimagic In BG3? 

The main use of the Sussur flower is its antimagic capabilities.

The flower can negate magic when used or held by a player, but it also has its downsides. 

Furthermore, since it is a quest item, players may not find any other use than negating certain magic areas using the flower. 

Antimagic completely negates the magic in an area or around the flower holder.

Thus, when players hold the flower in their bags, it will negate every spell around them. 

This feature can also affect their teammates since it can reject even their teammate’s magic. However, players do not need to use it all the time. 

Players will use this flower for the first time in Arcane Tower to negate the magic to block them from traveling between floors. 

Furthermore, players may encounter a bug with the Sussur Flower’s antimagic in BG3.

The bug will constantly apply the antimagic field on the flower holder. 

Moreover, when the holder tries to remove the flower, the flower will disappear from the bag and still apply the antimagic field around the holder. 

Thus, if you hold one of these flowers, be mindful of the bug. 

Location Of Sussur Flower In Baldur’s Gate 3

In Baldur’s Gate 3, there are two areas where you can find the Sussur flower. 

Here is the list of both areas: 

1. The Sussur Tree

The first option is the massive sussur tree on the west side of the Underdark

However, when you reach the area, you will find multiple Hook Horrors guarding the area. 

Furthermore, you must at least be level 5 to battle these creatures.

2. The Arcane Tower

The second area or option is the Arcane Tower. Players can find a garden southwest of the Underdark in the Arcane Tower. 

The garden is home to a small sussur tre,e which provides sussur blooms to the players. 

Moreover, the use of the bloom is to help players with the generator of the Arcane Tower. 

The players can use the flower to negate the magic around the generator and then move between the tower’s floors. 

Thus, these are the major uses and locations of the Sussur flower and its antimagic properties.

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Sussur tree location in Underdark Baldur’s Gate 3.

The Bottom Line

Baldur’s Gate 3 contains various items in the game, including quest items.

However, quest items have the most unique traits compared to other items that players can find. 

This brings us to the Sussur flower’s antimagic property, which players cannot find in items. 

Hopefully, this article can guide you in finding the Sussur Flower and using its antimagic properties.

Continue reading to explore how to get Hag Eye and Break Sturdy in Baldur’s Gate 3
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