In Baldur’s Gate 3, you have the ability to separate your party members during exploration. This can be useful for various reasons, such as scouting, interacting with NPCs individually, or solving puzzles. Here’s how you can separate your party:
Select the Character: Click on the character you want to separate from the party. This will make them the active character for individual control.
Move the Character: Once the character is selected, move them away from the rest of the party by clicking on the desired destination. You can explore different areas or interact with objects or NPCs independently.
If you want to regroup the party, simply move the separated character back towards the rest of the party. Once they come into close proximity, they will automatically rejoin the group.
Individual Actions: While a character is separated, you can issue individual actions and commands to them without affecting the rest of the party. This allows for more specific interactions or strategic movements based on the separated character’s abilities or goals.
Managing Separation: Be mindful of the potential risks and challenges of separating your party. Enemies or traps may pose a greater threat to an isolated character. Keep an eye on their health and be prepared to regroup quickly if necessary.
Separating the party can provide flexibility and open up new possibilities for exploration and interaction. It allows for a more individualized approach to various situations, giving you the opportunity to tackle challenges in different ways.