Baldur’s Gate 3 - How to use rope

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An image of rope against a Baldur's Gate 3 gameplay trailer screenshot.
Credit: Larian Studios

We've prepared for you this guide on how to use rope in Baldur's Gate 3. With the imminent release of Baldur's Gate 3, players are expecting to be immersed close to the same level of adventure in Dungeons & Dragons such as role-playing and of course, gaining items. One of the items you can have in the original tabletop game would is rope.

In this guide, we'll explain how to use rope in Baldur's Gate 3, as well as the situations in which you'll need it. As a very valuable resource, make sure you've got plenty of rope handy!

For more on the game, check out our Baldur's Gate 3 race tier list and class tier list. We've also got a look at the best builds, alongside tips on how to level up fast.

How to use rope in Baldur's Gate 3

For some context, the rope is commonly used in the original tabletop game of Dungeons and Dragons. Players can use it to climb over obstacles such as mountains and cliffs or restrain people. It will be interesting to see how rope will be integrated into Baldur's Gate 3.

A screenshot of the gnome tied up in Baldur's Gate 3.
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Credit: Larian Studios

At the moment, we don't have information yet on how to use rope in the game. However, we can speculate on its possible uses. As Baldur's Gate 3 is based on the Dungeons and Dragons game, it's possible that rope can be used to climb over obstacles, swing over them, and restrain people. However, fans of the franchise are hoping that rope could be integrated into the game as an ingredient for basic crafting. This could include setting up traps or even creating weapons such as a bow or crossbow.

It should be noted that rope is a very versatile item, so there are several possibilities on how this will be integrated into the game's mechanics. The developers need to make sure that rope isn't completely useless and not too overpowered in how it can be used. With that in mind, players can only hope this item will provide some actual use to them. What we can only do now is wait for more information to come in on the use of rope when Baldur's Gate 3 releases. We'll update this article once that happens.

Overall, that's all we know so far on how to use rope in Baldur's Gate 3. If you want to see more guides like this, you can check out our other pieces on the game, such as how to deal non-lethal damage in Baldur's Gate 3 and how to remove dead party members in Baldur's Gate 3.

For more articles like this, take a look at our Guides and Baldur's Gate page.