Baldur’s Gate 3 – Druid Class Guide

The Baldur’s Gate 3 Druid class is a force of nature in more ways than one. By using flora, and sometimes turning into fauna, players will be able to defend their allies and beat down enemies. Our Baldur’s Gate 3 Druid class guide discusses what you can expect if you choose this for your campaign.

Baldur’s Gate 3 Druid class guide overview

Our Baldur’s Gate 3 Druid class guide acts as an overview of its usefulness in the campaign. We also take note of ideal options during character creation. Once you’re finished with our overview, we suggest visiting our best build guide for this class.

Druid Class Summary

Class Features

  • Spells – Druids don’t learn as many spells as Wizards, but they do have decent ones.
  • Spell Slots – You have a number of spell slots pertaining to a particular tier. These are all refreshed when you do a long rest.
  • Cantrips – These spells can be used at any given time without expending a spell slot.
  • Shapeshifting – Druids can transform into various animals at level 2 (more on this mechanic later).


Our suggested Druid build primarily uses spells to bolster its effectiveness in battle. However, you don’t necessarily need to avoid melee engagements altogether. By default, Druids have proficiencies in light armor, medium armor, and shields. Ideally, you’ll also want to pick the Dwarf Duergar (more on this later), which would give you proficiencies in clubs, daggers, javelins, maces, quarterstaves, scimitars, sickles, spears, battleaxes, handaxes, light hammers, and warhammers.

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