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BG3 Bloodless Condition Explained – How To Cure It

Trying to understand why you are facing the Bloodless Debuff and how to cure it in Baldur's Gate 3? Here's our guide explaining this mechanic.

Baldur’s Gate 3 has numerous mechanics that haven’t been explained properly and one of them is the Bloodless Debuff. While players would love to clear any confusion and understand what it is, the important thing that they would want to know is how to cure the Bloodless condition in BG3. Thankfully, it’s quite easy to do so. However, there are a few factors that need to be considered and in this guide we will explain everything you need on Bloodless. Do note that there are spoilers ahead.

What is the Bloodless Debuff in Baldur’s Gate 3?

How to Get Rid of Bloodless in BG3

If you have unlocked Astarion as a companion, you know all about his vampire needs as he tries to feed on you at night. Players can willingly feed blood to Astarion, helping him gain the Happy condition. However, this will cause your character to have the Bloodless Debuff in Baldur’s Gate 3 and you will get a -1 penalty to Attack Rolls, Saving Throws, and Ability Checks. Ironically, he will gain +1 Attack Rolls, Saving Throws, and Ability Checks as a result of the Happy condition.

How to Get Rid of Bloodless in BG3

If you are looking to get rid of Bloodless, all you need is a good Long Rest in Baldur’s Gate 3. While it will take away Astarion’s Happy status, you will have removed the debuff from your own character. So strategizing when to take a Long Rest will also be an important call that you will have to make. Additionally, there are certain spells that players will unlock going forward. They can help cure Bloodless so you can focus on having maximum fire power in BG3.

Many players might be wondering how long Bloodless lasts in BG3. The answer is indefinite. As long as players don’t take the Long Rest, they won’t be able to cure Bloodless.

That’s all we have on the Bloodless Debuff Status and how to cure it in Baldur’s Gate 3. If you found this guide helpful, we have more Baldur’s Gate 3 guides in our dedicated section that will be of use to you. Make sure you check them out while you are here at Gamer Tweak.