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Baldur's Gate 3 Has A Huge, Orpheus-Shaped Plot Hole You Probably Never Realized

is a wonderfully crafted RPG filled with awesome characters and a lore-rich story. But that doesn't mean that everything is perfect, as there is one, quite large plot hole in Act 3 that has many scratching their heads. As the epic game comes to a close and the battle with the Absolute looms, Prince Orpheus is the focus of a critical decision with some puzzling consequences.

[Warning: Spoilers for Baldur's Gate 3.]

Prince Orpheus is the only child of Mother Gith, who rose up to free her people from the tyranny of the Illithid Empire, and possesses the same mind block power as his mother. After he learned that Vlaakith had betrayed his mother, Orpheus rose up to fight her but lost and ended up trapped in the Astral Prism. This is where the party find Orpheus during in a twist that is part of Lae'zel's personal story about the potential liberation of the githyanki people.

Baldur's Gate 3 is imposing in stature and its best moments are truly memorable, but some early issues with scale suggest an uneven experience.

Orpheus is revealed to be inside the Astral Prism at the very beginning of Act 3 and becomes a pivotal plot point surrounding Raphael, his desire for the Crown of Karsus, and the Emperor. The choice just before the final battle eventually becomes whether to side with the Emperor or free Orpheus in order to take on the Netherbrain. However, when it comes time to free Orpheus, a strange thing can occur which makes no sense: once the Emperor leaves and if the player doesn't want to become a full illithid, then Orpheus will quickly transform into one.

Immediately after he is freed from his chains, Orpheus will begrudgingly confirm that the Emperor was correct. The party's previous attempt to subdue and control the Absolute failed because the Elder Brain had been changed by the Crown into a Netherbrain, and only an illithid can take it down. With the Emperor gone,the choice now falls to the party to either give up one of their own to fully transform or for the

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