As the name suggests, Haste is quite useful if you are looking for your party to use the spell and move faster in Baldur’s Gate 3. The Haste is so powerful that it can often turn tide on your enemies in BG3 if you use it properly. However, since the game is not clear on how to get this spell and which classes can fully utilize it’s potential, this guide is exactly what many players are looking for. If you are not aware of the potential of this spell and how greatly it can benefit your party, we recommend you check out this guide.
Where to Get Baldur’s Gate 3 Haste Spell
Haste is a Level 3 Spell from the School of Transmutation in BG3 and it provides players with the Hastened effect. Under the effects, players gain an action, become faster and are harder to hit. Players can get the Haste Spell directly with the Sorcerer, Wizard or Oath of Vengeance class after reaching the required level in Baldur’s Gate 3. Apart from that, they can get it via:
- Warlock – The Pact of the Tome at Level 5.
- Druid – Circle of the Land with the Grassland or Arctic Spell Circle at Level 5.
- Bard – Magical Secrets at Level 6 (Lore) or Level 10.
Additionally, you can always Learn New Spells if you get the right scroll in BG3.
How to Use Haste Spell in BG3
Once you have the haste spell, there will be particular ways that you need to understand in order to caste it. Here’s how to use the Haste Spell and get the Hastened effects in BG3:
- Potion of Speed (3 turns)
- Darkfire Shortbow allows wearer to cast the spell
- Gontr Mael allows wearer to use Haste (5 turns)
That’s all we have on the Haste Spell in Baldur’s Gate 3. If you found this guide useful, you might want to check out our Baldur’s Gate 3 dedicated section for more such guides right here at Gamer Tweak.