Baldur’s Gate 3 Divine Intervention Guide

The Divine Intervention spell is a direct blessing from God in Baldur's Gate 3. How? Check out this guide to know.

Divine Intervention is one of the most powerful and effective spells in Baldur’s Gate 3. It is a class-specific spell that can only be used by the Clerics. Once unlocked, it can be used to summon a God and gain some extremely beneficial blessings. However, it is known that the Divine Intervention spell disappears after you have used it once. But if it intrigues you, then there’s a way for using it more than once. So, here’s how you can unlock the Divine Intervention in BG3 and use it more than once.

How to Get Divine Intervention in Baldur’s Gate 3

The Divine Intervention Spell is unlocked once a Cleric reaches level 10. After that, you will receive this spell as a special class feature. This can be done easily if you have Shadowheart in your Party. She is a Cleric and reaching level 10 with her is no big deal. Still, you can use our guide for Leveling Up Fast. Besides this, you can Respec your Class to Cleric and reach level 10 to unlock Divine Intervention in Baldur’s Gate 3 (BG3).

However, if you want to stick to your original class, and still want Divine Intervention spell, then your best help is using the Multiclass feature.

Divine Intervention In Baldur's Gate 3 (BG3)
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How to Use Divine Intervention in BG3

Once you have unlocked Divine Intervention in Baldur’s Gate 3, it will automatically be saved to your spell book. After you have selected it, you can gain the following 4 benefits from it:

  • Opulent Revival: Resurrect fallen companions with half their hit points, and restore all nearby allies as if they had long Rested.
  • 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.
  • Sunder the Heretical (8-80 Damage): Call upon your deity to bring forth a radiant cataclysm upon all nearby enemies.

There’s no way you can restore this spell again if it has been used once. If you want to use the Divine Intervention multiple times in BG3, then you will have to reach level 10 with another Cleric Character.

Now that you know how to get and use the Divine Intervention spell in Baldur’s Gate 3, ensure to make the most out of it. And for more such informative guides, you can check out our BG3 section on Gamer Tweak. We have stacked up plenty of helpful content there.