Baldur’s Gate 3: How to Find and Open the Legend of Ansur Door

It's not dungeons and dragons without at least one dragon

Saving Duke Ravengard is no easy task. You’ll defy an infernal woman who really, really wants to keep her pet. Delve deep into the ocean. Fight against a bunch of fish monster, and then ultimately escort the old man back to the service. But it’s worth it because you learn about a very valuable ally. The bronze dragon, Asur. But how do you even enter its Wyrm lair? Here’s how to find and get into the Legend of Ansur’s entrance.

Baldur’s Gate 3: Where is the Legend of Ansur Entrance and How do you Get In? – Answered

If you’ve read the book, you’ll know that the entrance of the bronze dragon’s lair is in the Wyrm’s Rock Prison. A place that’s aptly named, considering the secret that lies beneath.

But where in the prison is this entrance? And if you find it, how do you get in?

To find the entrance, head down into the prison normally. You can pickpocket the sleeping guard to get the key to the front entrance. Once you’re inside, turn immediately left, where you’ll find yourself at a dead end.

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Or is it? On the wall will be two torches that are unlike any other in the prison. These are Dragonhead torches. And to open up the entrance, you’ll need to electrify them. Witch Bolt is a good option for this.

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Keep electrifying the Dragon Head torch until it’s blue. Once it’s blue, electrify the next Dragonhead torch.

If you don’t have a character with a lightning based skill, you can always grab a warlock from Withers in camp. They only cost 200 gold, and I suspect you have a dragon hoard of it.

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When both torches have a blue glow to them, the illusion of the wall will drop and you can pass right through, entering the secret dungeon. But note, once you make your way inside, you’ll need to pass a perception check to leave through this door again. Fail, and you’re better off choosing a waypoint from your map.

Mizora’s been a huge pain, but that doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy a nice, relaxing tryst in hell with her. If you’re thinking of sleeping with Mizora, you should be aware of all the consequences that follow after.

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