Here’s How To Get The Devotee’s Mace In Baldur’s Gate 3

Devotee’s Mace is one of the best weapons to have in Baldur’s Gate 3. If you want to have this weapon in your arsenal, then here’s what you need to do.

Baldur’s Gate 3 allows you to have an arsenal filled with all kinds of weapons. Aside from other common ones like a Sword or a Bow, having a Mace fancies me a lot. Luckily, we can get our hands on Devotee’s Mace which does more than just cause damage to the enemies. However, there is no explanation given on what you need to do to unlock it.

So here, we will explain to you what exactly needs to be done for getting the Devotee’s Mace in Baldur’s Gate 3. If you are someone who wants it too, it’s the right time to get started.

How to Get the Devotee’s Mace in Baldur’s Gate 3

The Devotee’s Mace can be unlocked only if you are a Cleric, or have Shadowheart in your party. That is because to get the mace, you need to cast a spell that’s exclusive to the Clerics. Once you reach level 10 as a Cleric or Shadowheart, you will unlock the Divine Intervention spell. Keep in mind that this spell is exhausted after using it once. If you want to use this spell again, then you will have to reach level 10 with another Cleric character.

Anyways, the Divine Intervention spell has four variants that include the following:

  • Arm Thy Servant
    • Call upon your deity to grant you a legendary weapon forged in the fires of your holy bond.
  • Golden Generosity
    • Call upon your deity to provide you with a rich bounty of potions and Camp Supplies
  • Opulent Revival
    • Resurrect fallen companions with half their hit points, and restore all nearby allies as if they had Long Rested
  • Sunder the Heretical
    • Call upon your deity to bring forth a radiant cataclysm upon all nearby enemies
How To Get The Devotee's Mace In Baldur's Gate 3
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To get the Devotee’s Mace in Baldur’s Gate 3, you need to use the Divine Intervention: Arm Thy Servant spell variant. After casting this spell, you will automatically equip the Devotee’s Mace. What makes this weapon special is its Healing Incense Aura class action, which is exclusive to it. Due to this ability, all the party members who are inside the 9m range will get 1~4 hit points at the start of the turn. And this happens for the next 10 turns so it’s completely insane.

That’s all there is to know about the Devotee’s Mace in Baldur’s Gate 3. For more information like this, be sure to stay connected with us at Gamer Tweak.