Baldur’s Gate 3 is packed full of cool references, authentic callbacks, and to-the-letter accurate recreations of tabletop rules and regulations.
Baldur’s Gate 3 is about as close to the Dungeons and Dragons experience as you can get from a video game.
This easter egg is nestled in Act 1 of the game and highlighted by Reddit user Sapowski_Casts_Quen.
They discovered that Auntie Ethel, everyone’s favourite hag and charming lass, may actually owe their name to a specific bit of Dungeons and Dragons writing.
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