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Baldur’s Gate 3: Should You Spin Akabi’s Wheel – Answered (BG3)

Hope you like useless doodads

Akabi’s Wheel is run by a Djinn who loves insulting you, and you’ll have to decide what to do with it. We’ll tell you whether you should spin Akabi’s Wheel of Wonders in Baldur’s Gate 3.

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Where to Find the Circus of Last Days

The Circus of Last days will be found on the western side of Rivington, on the south side of the Open Hand Temple during Act Three. Upon entry, you will need to pass a persuasion check with the guard or pay 200 gold. The circus is filled with wonderous attractions, fey and undead performers. Here you will also be able to start the Dribble the Clown quest.

Is it Worth Spinning Akabi’s Wheel in Baldur’s Gate 3? 

You should spin Akabi’s Wheel of Wonders. If you speak to the Djinn manning the wheel, you’ll see that you can spin his wheel for a chance at amazing, extraplanar prizes. But each spin will cost you 500 gold.

It is absolutely worth it. But you’ll have to buy or pickpocket your way to the good stuff.

Let us shoot straight with you. The wheel is rigged, and you’ll need to pass a perception check to catch that little factoid. That means that each time you spin the wheel, you’ll get junk. But the junk is pretty funny. There’s a mirror that shows you what you’ll look like when you’re old… if you look at it long enough. A reverse raincoat that will ensure you’ll get wet. This raincoat is actually pretty useful if you build it right, as there are certain accessories, like the Watersparkers Boots, which will give you electric charge if you’re in a wet surface.

Note, if you accuse the Djinn of cheating, then tell him to do his worst when he threatens you, he’ll turn you into a wheel of cheese.

Screenshot of Akabi's wheel at the circus in Baldur's Gate 3.
Screenshot by Prima Games

And you can just… roll around the circus as a cheese wheel until the polymorph spell wears off. We love this guy. We did lose a lot of money to the wheel, though. So, if you want to stay rich, don’t follow in our footsteps

How to Get Akabi’s Jackpot in Baldur’s Gate 3

It took us quite some time to find this out, but there is a way to get Akabi’s jackpot. And the secret is in his beard, where he keeps the Djinni Ring. This ring allows Akabi to use Mage Hand, which is how he prevents the jackpot.

To get the ring off of Akabi, you can select to trade with him at the bottom of his conversation screen. You can then purchase it from him. Or, alternatively, you can pickpocket it from him. Akabi will never turn around, so it’s very easy to succeed, even in broad daylight.

Screenshot of trying to pickpokcet Akabi in Baldur's Gate 3.
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Once you’ve lifted the Djinni Ring, take another spin of the wheel. You’ll land on the jackpot and Akabi will be furious. He’ll send you to a small pocket of wilderness populated by dinosaurs.

A screenshot of the a purple portal in Baldur's Gate 3.
Screenshot by Prima Games

But you just need to get to the portal and open the Painted Chest to get the real jackpot: the legendary Nyrulna. In this area, there will be dangerous dinosaurs roaming the area, which will actually attack you, so be careful. To get to the portal, simply leap to it or use a teleportation spell to get across the gap.

Screenshot of a trident type weapon called the Nyrulna in Baldur's Gate 3.
Screenshot by Prima Games

Nyrulna Stats

  • Zephyr Connection: This weapon will return to your hand when thrown. You cannot be forced to drop the trident. When thrown, the weapon creates an explosion that deals 3-12 Thunder Damage in a 6m blast centered on the target.
  • Veil of the Wind: You gain a +3m bonus to movement speed and jump distance. Equipping this weapon gives you Immunity to falling damage.
  • Nyrulna Glowing: This object shines with a glowing light in a radius of 6m.
  • Weapon Enchantment +3.

Not bad for 1000 gold!

If you want to do something way more useful than turning into a wheel of cheese, how about saving some refugee children from getting blown up

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