Giant Killer

Effect

If a Large or bigger creature attacks you, you can use your reaction to make a melee attack. One of the three Features available to choose for Hunter's Prey

Requirements

Giant Killer is a Feature in Baldur's Gate 3. Features provide unique abilities or effects and can be acquired depending on the Character's Race, Class and level.

 

Giant Killer Information

  • If a Large or bigger creature attacks you, you can use your reaction to make a melee attack. One of the three Features available to choose for Hunter's Prey

 

How to unlock Giant Killer

Giant Killer can be acquired by

 

Giant Killer Tips & Notes

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Traits and Features
Action Surge  ♦  Agonizing Blast  ♦  Arcane Ward  ♦  Archery  ♦  Armour of Shadows  ♦  Base Racial Speed  ♦  Battleaxe Proficiency  ♦  Beast Speech  ♦  Beast Tamer  ♦  Beguiling Influence  ♦  Bounty Hunter  ♦  Channel Divinity Charges  ♦  Charisma Saving Throw Proficiency  ♦  Club Proficiency  ♦  Colossus Slayer  ♦  Combat Wild Shape  ♦  Constitution Saving Throw Proficiency  ♦  Dagger Proficiency  ♦  Dark One's Blessing  ♦  Darkvision  ♦  Dart Proficiency  ♦  Defense  ♦  Devil's Sight  ♦  Dexterity Saving Throw Proficiency  ♦  Disciple of Life  ♦  Domain Spells  ♦  Draconic Ancestry: Black (Acid)  ♦  Draconic Ancestry: Blue (Lightning)  ♦  Draconic Ancestry: Brass (Fire)  ♦  Draconic Ancestry: Bronze (Lightning)  ♦  Draconic Ancestry: Copper (Acid)  ♦  Draconic Ancestry: Gold (Fire)  ♦  Draconic Ancestry: Green (Poison)  ♦  Draconic Ancestry: Red (Fire)  ♦  Draconic Ancestry: Silver (Cold)  ♦  Draconic Ancestry: White (Cold)  ♦  Draconic Resilience: Armour Class  ♦  Draconic Resilience: Hit Points  ♦  Dueling  ♦  Dwarven Resilience  ♦  Dwarven Toughness  ♦  Extra Attack  ♦  Fast Hands  ♦  Fey Ancestry  ♦  Fiendish Vigor  ♦  Fighting Style  ♦  Fleet of Foot  ♦  Great Weapon Fighting  ♦  Greatsword Proficiency  ♦  Hand Crossbow Proficiency  ♦  Handaxe Proficiency  ♦  Heavy Armour Proficiency  ♦  Hellish Resistance  ♦  Horde Breaker  ♦  Hunter's Prey  ♦  Improved Warlock Spell Slot  ♦  Intelligence Saving Throw Proficiency  ♦  Javelin Proficiency  ♦  Keen Senses  ♦  Keeper of the Veil  ♦  Light Armour Proficiency  ♦  Light Crossbow Proficiency  ♦  Light Hammer Proficiency  ♦  Longbow Proficiency  ♦  Longsword Proficiency  ♦  Lucky  ♦  Mace Proficiency  ♦  Mage Breaker  ♦  Mage Hand Legerdemain  ♦  Martial Archetypes  ♦  Martial Weapon Proficiency  ♦  Mask of Many Faces  ♦  Mask of the Wild  ♦  Medium Armour Proficiency  ♦  Menacing Attack  ♦  Metamagic: Careful Spell  ♦  Metamagic: Distant Spell  ♦  Metamagic: Extended Spell  ♦  Metamagic: Heightened Spell  ♦  Metamagic: Quickened Spell  ♦  Metamagic: Subtle Spell  ♦  Metamagic: Twinned Spell  ♦  Naturally Stealthy  ♦  Pact of the Chain  ♦  Protection  ♦  Pushing Attack  ♦  Quarterstaff Proficiency  ♦  Ranger Knight  ♦  Rapier Proficiency  ♦  Repelling Blast  ♦  Riposte  ♦  Sanctified Stalker  ♦  Scimitar Proficiency  ♦  Sculpt Spells  ♦  Second Wind  ♦  Second-Story Work  ♦  Shield Proficiency  ♦  Shortbow Proficiency  ♦  Shortsword Proficiency  ♦  Sickle Proficiency  ♦  Simple Weapon Proficiency  ♦  Sling Proficiency  ♦  Spear Proficiency  ♦  Spell Slots Unlocked  ♦  Strength Saving Throw Proficiency  ♦  Strongheart Resilience  ♦  Superior Darkvision  ♦  Superiority Dice  ♦  Superiority Dice: 4  ♦  Thief of Five Fates  ♦  Two-Weapon Fighting Style  ♦  Urban Tracker  ♦  Warding Flare  ♦  Warhammer Proficiency  ♦  Warlock Spell Slot Gained  ♦  Warlock Spell Slots  ♦  Wasteland Wanderer: Cold  ♦  Wasteland Wanderer: Fire  ♦  Wasteland Wanderer: Poison  ♦  Wild Shape  ♦  Wisdom Saving Throw Proficiency



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    • Anonymous

      06 Mar 2021 11:39  

      A bugbear is a "medium" sized creature. It is bigger then a dwarf, yes, but the creature itself (bugbear) doesn't count as "large".
      It is a "medium" sized creature same as a dwarf actually. The only "small" races at the moment are "halfling".
      Nevertheless this feature doesn't even check the size of the ranger (dwarf)!
      Only the size of the attacking monster: "If a Large or bigger (then "large") creature attacks you..."

      • Anonymous

        08 Feb 2021 11:56  

        I tried this on 08/02/2021 Dwarf against Bugbear who is clearly much bigger then a dwarf. removed armour to get hit by him and still no retaliation this may only work if enemy attacking is listed as bigger/giant

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