How to Create a Custom Character in Baldur’s Gate 3
Getting Started: Picking a Race
So, you’ve decided to dive into the world of Baldur’s Gate 3, eh? Fantastic choice! First things first, let’s talk race. Ever thought about being a Tiefling? They’re kinda like the rock stars of the Dungeons & Dragons world.
When it comes to subrace, well, it doesn’t box you in or anything, but if you fancy yourself a smooth talker like the bard Alfira, go for the Asmodeus Tiefling subrace. Trust me, you’ll feel like a million gold pieces.
How to Get That Unique Look: General Appearance
Now, for the face. Wanna stand out in a crowd? Pick Head 6. Your avatar will thank you.
Skin tone, you ask? You can’t go wrong with Azure Tone 2. It has a certain… allure.
Oh, and skip the scars and body art. You want to look like you’ve just stepped out of a fairytale, not a bar fight.
Choosing Eye Color
Time for the eyes. They say eyes are the window to the soul, right? Go with Demonic Yellow 1. It’s mesmerizing, almost like you’re casting a spell just by looking at people.
Let’s jazz things up a bit. Choose eye makeup style Makeup 5 and crank up that intensity to 100.
And for your lips? Pink 5 is the way to go. Keep the intensity low at 10, and gloss it up to 30. You’re going for the “I woke up like this” look, but better.
You’re almost there. Let’s talk hair. Go for the Neverwinter Scarf hairstyle. It adds a dash of class, like the cherry on top of a sundae.
Now, for the color. Black Red is bold, but not in-your-face. Throw in some Pink 4 highlights, and set the intensity at 15. Your character will look like they’ve just stepped off a fantasy runway.
Last but not least, those horns! Choose the Ruin Curves style. It’s like the Rolls-Royce of horn designs.
Color? Easy. Go for black for both the horn and the tip. You’ll look like you’ve got a secret, and who doesn’t love a little mystery?
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