Baldur’s Gate 3 with almost 5 million gamers every month. With those staggering numbers, users continue to explore and share their experiences on the game. On this article, we are goign to showcase the game’s Bank with the weakest security system! This little secret that’s tempting even the most righteous of players.
The bank in questions is the Central Bank of the game – The Counting House this bank is located in the 3rd Arc in the Souther part of the City. Who would have thought that this massive central bank has the weakest security every, even magic defense is a major lacking, its practically begging to be robbed. And here’s the kicker – getting in? A piece of cake.
Now, you’d expect a top-notch bank to have a Fort Knox level of security. But nope! You stroll up to the entrance, and there’s this clerk which normally you need a Vault pass to enter the vault but – all you gotta do is whisper that you’re part of some gang, and voila, you’re in. Seriously, dude? I’ve had tougher times getting into my own mailbox!
If you fancy playing by the rules, sure, there’s a lil’ quest involving the Underduke and a secret vault code. But let’s be real, most of us either strong-arm that password or just fiddle with some buttons till the door opens. Oh, and get this, once you’re in, there are these invisible goons you gotta duke it out with. But honestly? These are just small fry compared to the worth of gold and riches inside the vault.
Now, if you go further, it’s bewilding as you will see zero guards, zero security, NADA!. Heck, they might as well have left a neon sign saying, “Free loot here!” You’d think they’d at least throw in a few booby traps or a spell or two, but none of those! Zilch. Zip.
But here’s the real kicker. You’d think the guards would be, you know, guarding the place? Nah, help ’em out with some cultist trouble, and they’re practically handing you the keys to the vault. I mean, seriously? It’s like they’re asking us to clean them out.
Now, Larian Studios didn’t just drop the ball on this. They’ve cleverly placed a visitors’ journal and a letter near the entrance. Turns out, the head honcho, Rakath, gave the guards the boot. And get this: the bank’s magic security went kaput ’cause of a little water damage. Talk about a bad day at the office.
The funny scene was shared in Reddit by the user TheBlazingKoala. All said and done, whether you’re a Robin Hood or more of a Scrooge, the Counting House in act three is like hitting the jackpot. Just remember to save some of that shiny loot for me! 😉