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Baldur’s Gate 3: Best Druid spells in BG3

Become a force of nature with these Baldur’s Gate 3 Druid spells
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It’s fun being a Druid in Baldur’s Gate 3: They are a very versatile spellcaster class in the CRPG thanks to their impressive variety in spells. You can play Druid as a classic support caster with a series of heals and buffs that help out your allies, become a maestro of the battlefield due to your superb crowd control abilities, or even morph into a powerful damage dealer in your own right.

Of course, that leaves out the most iconic of all Druid abilities: shapeshifting into animals. That playstyle is most powerful with the Circle of the Moon subclass, while spellcasting Druids should opt for Circle of the Land. If you like getting into the thick of melee combat in your original Druid form, then Circle of the Sport is the way to go.

In this guide, we’re focusing on the spellcasting aspect of the class: Which are the best Druid spells in Baldur’s Gate 3?

The answer to that question, honestly, is situational – one spell can perfectly fit a very specific situation you got yourself into or just fit the role-play style of your current character, but may see little use with 90% of the player base. Nevertheless, we’re trying to show you the most useful spells of the Druid class below, ordered by level and field of use.

This should be enough to get you started and into a good position in your Druid playthrough – we’ll come back and update this article once we’ve had a go with all the higher level spells to see how they fare.

In the meantime, be sure to check out our Baldur’s Gate 3 tips and class tier list, find out what to do with Infernal Iron and how to find Dammon, and get your magic items from the Adamantine Forge.