Spear

Common Simple Versatile Melee Weapon

1d6-icon-bg3-wiki-guide1d6 Piercing (One Handed)
1d4-icon-bg3-wiki-guide1d8 Piercing (Two-Handed)

range-icon-bg3-wiki-guideRange 1.5m
versatile-icon-bg3-wiki-guideVersatile
dippable-icon-bg3-wiki-guideDippable
can't_dual_wield_icon_weapon_qualities_baldur's_gate_3_wiki_guide_25pxCan't Dual-Wield

Equip item in main hand to gain:

rush_attack_action_icon_baldurs_gate3_guide_64pxRush Attack Action

Spear is one of the Simple Two-Handed Melee Weapons in Baldur's Gate 3. In BG3, each type of weapon has different ranges, damages, and other features (Finesse, Versatile, Dippable, etc).  Characters need to master certain Proficiency before using a weapon, and sometimes gain a special Actions while holding it.

 

An aged spear, its steel head nicked by the blows of a dozen battles.

 

Spear Location & Where to Find

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Spear Notes & Tips

  • Rarity: Common
  • Value: 10 Gp
  • Weight: 1 Kg.
  • ID: WPN_Spear

 

 

 

 

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    • Anonymous

      06 Jan 2021 10:37  

      Why would they make this (and the quarterstaff) 2-handed only when it's versatile in 5e proper? It's not like they had trouble implementing versatile weapons in-game, since the battleaxe, longsword, and warhammer all work fine. Very curious oversight.

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