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Scrolls are magical Consumables that allow characters to cast Spells without expending Spell Slots. Scrolls can be very useful in situations when you do not have any remaining Spell Slots, or when you need to cast a Spell that you don't have prepared.

How Scrolls Work[ред. | ред. код]

Scrolls in Baldur's Gate 3 follow different rules from the 5th Edition Dungeons & Dragons ruleset. Here are some key points of how scrolls work in BG3 (verified as of Early Access Patch 9):

  • You can cast any Spell with the appropriate scroll, even if the spell's level is higher than your highest-level spell slots.
  • Any class can cast any spell with the appropriate scroll, even if that class cannot normally cast spells.
    • However, conditions that prevent spellcasting, like Rage and Wild Shape, still apply to scrolls.
  • Attack Rolls and the Difficulty Class of Saving Throws from scrolls always benefit from your current Proficiency Bonus and your class's Spellcasting Ability Modifier, even if your class cannot normally cast spells.
  • Spell Scribing: A Wizard who finds a scroll for a spell they do not know may permanently copy that spell to their spellbook at the cost of 50gp per level of the spell. This also consumes the scroll.
    • This is reduced to 25gp per spell level for spells belonging to the same school as the Wizard's subclass (see Wizard for subclass options).

List of Scrolls[ред. | ред. код]