Baldur’s Gate 3 – How To Romance Karlach

Baldur’s Gate 3 has several companions that offer unique romance options. One of these is Karlach, a Tiefling who has battled her way out of the depths of hell. From the fires of Avernus, you might be able to rekindle that fiery passion through your deeds. Our guide discusses how you can romance Karlach in Baldur’s Gate 3 by looking for Infernal Iron and related items. Likewise, please be reminded that this guide contains spoilers.

How to Romance Karlach in Baldur’s Gate 3

The Baldur’s Gate 3 Karlach romance involves finding Infernal Iron so her Infernal Engine can be repaired. It’s also related to her companion quest arcs: Our Fiery Friend and The Hellion’s Heart. Here’s a quick summary:

  • Upon reaching the Risen Road in Act 1, make sure you have a spot in your party so Karlach can join in the fight against Anders. You can refer to our companion recruitment guide for more info.
  • Continue adventuring with Karlach and increase her approval through good deeds and heroic actions. She might come to blows with Wyll, but you should break up the fight through dialogue.
  • You’ll learn of her Infernal Engine, her heart, which causes searing pain to people who try to touch her.
  • You must save the Tiefling refugees. Do not side with Minthara and the Goblins. If you pick the latter, she’ll be disgusted with your actions, and she’ll permanently leave the party.
Dammon can be found in The Hollow section of the Druid Grove.
Dammon can be found in The Hollow section of the Druid Grove.

Act 1: Dammon and Your First Infernal Iron

For the Baldur’s Gate 3 Karlach romance, you need to find a Tiefling who knows a bit about engineering. Make your way to the Tiefling refugee camp in Druid Grove and look for an NPC named Dammon. He’s able to help, but you need to bring Infernal Iron. There are a couple of places where you can find it in Act 1:

Continue Reading at GameSpot


related articles

Porttitor sed maecenas consectetur. Nunc, sem imperdiet ultrices sed eleifend adipiscing facilisis arcu pharetra. Cras nibh egestas neque