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What Items To Sell In Baldur's Gate 3

Here's how to manage your inventory, and pick out what to sell, in Baldur's Gate 3.
What Items To Sell In Baldur's Gate 3
Larian Studios

Are you having trouble managing your inventory in Baldur's Gate 3? Larian Studios' latest is a hardcore CPRG similar to its previous titles. It features an unprecedented branching narrative, intricate turn-based combat, and stunning visuals.

However, like most other CRPGs, it also has a clumsy inventory system. With four party members at your disposal, it doesn't take long for inventory management to become tedious from therapeutic. Hence, you must always be clear on what items to sell and what to keep. In this Baldur's Gate 3 guide, we explain how to manage your inventory and what items you should sell immediately.

What To Sell In Baldur's Gate 3

high tier gear
Don't sell your high-tier gear if you don't use them; instead, give it to Gale. (Picture: Shreyansh/LarianStudios)

Firstly, you may want to refrain from selling consumables (including scrolls and camp supplies), especially healing potions, because they are essential in combat. However, not every consumable deserves priority. Things like slime bombs or elemental arrays may end up spending an eternity in your inventory. It's best to be clear about these things before you start hoarding them up. Are you ever going to use it? If you're hesitant, maybe it's best to get rid of them and save up the space for something more useful. 
 When it comes to the loot, you're better off not selling the Rare or higher-tier ones. If it's something you don't want to use, give it to Gale to help him with his unusual sickness.


While the game doesn't necessarily label anything as junk, you may pick up a significant amount of useless stuff in your travels. Things like bedroll deserve to be in a merchant's bag, not yours. Some junk may have more use to you, stuff like bottles or candles, so choose accordingly. Notes that you have read are also useless in your inventory.

Quests items may be worth holding on to especially if you plan on completing those quests. Likewise, crafting materials like Mould and Mithril Ore are important items that deserve space in your inventory.

And that's pretty much it. Inventory management in Baldur's Gate 3 might sometimes be infuriating, but it's a minor inconvenience in an otherwise incredible RPG.