How to heal Pandirna in Baldurs Gate 3
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How to Heal Pandirna in Baldur’s Gate 3

When you reach the Emerald Grove in Baldur’s Gate 3, you’ll find a locked shed that contains an NPC named Pandirna. Her job is to guard the shed and all of the valuable items the Tieflings stored there at the Druid Grove. It is possible to steal these items, but you need to help her out first.

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How to Heal Pandirna and Loot the Locked Shed in Baldur’s Gate 3

First and foremost, you need to unlock the locked shed before you can even speak with Pandirna in Baldur’s Gate 3. I recommend sneaking first and picking your best party member to unlock the door, such as Astarion or yourself if you belong to a dexterous class.

I also recommend saving before you enter, because this can be a tricky situation. It is especially true if you attempt this early in the game. Once you enter, Pandirna will let you know she is the guard for this storage location and try to call the guards, so you’ll have to persuade or deceive her.

If you do that, she will let you hang around for a bit in exchange for you offering to help heal her since she can’t move. As for how you heal her, I recommend using a spell like Lesser Restoration. Shadowheart might already have access to this spell, but you might know it if you are a Cleric.

This spell will remove her status ailment and allow her to move again. That said, if you want to take advantage of stealing the items in this area, I recommend using the spell Sleep on her. After that, open up the chest behind her real quick before she wakes up. She won’t get mad at you for using Sleep, but she will be disappointed if she catches you stealing, even if you healed her.

Baldur’s Gate 3 is available for the PS5 and PC, and it will release for the Xbox Series X in 2023.

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