The hunt for better gear always continues in Baldur’s Gate 3. One set that players can obtain is the Flawed Helldusk Armor during Act 2. This sinister-looking set boasts some solid stats but also has some serious drawbacks. We will cover everything you need to know about getting the Flawed Helldusk Armor in Baldur’s Gate (BG3).
How to Craft Flawed Helldusk Armor in BG3
The Flawed Helldusk armor set is a rare and powerful infernal armor set in Baldur’s Gate 3. It can be crafted from three Infernal Iron or one Infernal Alloy. We’ll tell you how to build this set with Infernal Iron:
Obtaining Infernal Iron
Infernal Iron is needed to get the Flawed Helldusk armor pieces. There are a few locations to find Infernal Iron:
- Shattered Sanctum of the Goblin Camp
- The basement of Blighted Village on the west side of the forest
- Defeat the Balthazar and unlock the chest in Gauntlet of Shar Dungeon
Once you have some Infernal Iron, find Dammon at the Last Light Inn. With Infernal Iron in your inventory, you can offer it to Dammon to craft Flawed Helldusk armor.
Flawed Helldusk Chest Plate
Dammon’s first piece of infernal armor will be the chest plate, crafted from 1 Infernal Iron. This chest plate will grant 18 AC, damage resistances, and bonus fire damage on hits, making it a powerful upgrade. However, it requires proficiency with heavy armor to equip and utilize properly.
Flawed Helldusk Helmet
With a second Infernal Iron, Dammon can now craft the infernal helmet. This helmet will grant you a bonus to Constitution saving throws, resistance to spells, and other beneficial effects. Unlike the chest plate, the helmet can be worn without needing heavy armor proficiency.
Flawed Helldusk Gloves
If Dammon acquires a more Infernal Iron, he can further augment your armor with a pair of infernal gloves. These gloves will provide a +1 bonus to Strength saving throws and grant the Lesser Infernal Touch ability. This imbues your attacks with 1-4 extra fire damage, makes unarmed attacks deal 1-4 necrotic damage, and enables unarmed attacks to inflict bleeding.
That covers everything about crafting Flawed Helldusk Armor in Baldur’s Gate 3 (BG3). Also, take a look at the list of best games like Baldur’s Gate 3 you must play.