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Baldur’s Gate 3: How Long Does Bloodless Last in BG3? – Answered

Get your blood pumping with this helpful guide.

Baldur’s Gate 3 sometimes feels more like it’s an adventure in trying to figure out how to heal yourself, rather than adventuring the wild lands that lay before you. A gorgeous world surrounding you means nothing if you’re feeling completely out of it due to a lack of blood, thanks to a thirsty party member. If you or a loved one have been affected by the debuff Bloodless, you may be entitled to learn about how to finally get rid of this nasty effect that is harming you throughout your game.

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How Do You Get Rid Of Bloodless in Baldur’s Gate 3?

Look, we all love Astarion, but he could be a little more polite about how he goes about his… business. Waking up in the middle of the night to find him taking a little taste of our blood is worth it to some players, especially if they’re hoping to engage in some romance options that are available, but some players would rather just keep all their blood in one place.

If you let him take a little bit of a drink, there’s a good chance that you’re starting your new day with the Bloodless Status Effect. If you’re hoping to get rid of this, you’re going to need to burn through your camp supplies and take a Long Rest to get rid of this particular effect on your system. While camp supplies can be hard to come by sometimes, you’ll want to take another sleep as soon as possible to avoid the negative effects of the lack of blood in your veins.

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There are currently no magic spells that you can use to remove this effect from your system, so take the chance to get a good night of sleep using a full 40 out of 40 supplies kit and feel better in the morning. We promise it’s worth it overall. If you try to just take a Short Rest or a Long Rest without filling up your supplies to the max, you will not get rid of this effect.

Finding yourself lost while trying to explore, or just trying to find the easiest way to respec your character in the game? Be sure to check out our Baldur’s Gate 3 section below to get your hands on plenty of helpful tips and tricks that’ll make you the wisest adventurer in the lands.


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