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Let's get evil in Baldur's Gate 3: Part 4 - Hideous transformations and messy love triangles

"Run me a bath."

A sad-looking human paladin with long blonde (and red-tipped) hair. Dark make-up runs down from their eyes over their cheeks, as if their mascara has run. This is Bertie's evil paladin. Perhaps they're having a change of heart?
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Welcome back! Let's Get Evil is a monthly series for Eurogamer Supporters in which Bertie rampages through games being as evil as he can. It sounds easy, but is it? And how much freedom does each game afford in this area? There's only one way to find out.

Note, spoilers will naturally occur here as Bertie gets further and further through Baldur's Gate 3. Currently, he's dealing with events in Act 2, particularly those pertaining to the Dark Urge.

Oh you're back, and you've come to see what new evil I will wreak. Throaty cackle. Well settle in because this tale is going to be... transformative.

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