Baldur’s Gate 3 player completes the game while playing as a party of cats



Baldur’s Gate 3 is the video game equivalent of one of those school rulers that says “shatter resistant” on it. Because it makes a point of how flexible it is, all the rowdy schoolkids immediately want to see exactly how far it will bend before it breaks. Hiding from teacher at the back of the class, YouTuber Proxy Gate Tactician decided to fold the ruler in half and then sit on it by playing Baldur’s Gate 3 entirely as a party of cats.

This is theoretically possible because of the Druid class’ Wild Shape ability, letting those woodsy folk transform into a variety of animal forms including cats. Having already played 900 hours of BG3, Proxy decides to try running through the entire game in feline form, only leaving it when the game forces him to, such as during cutscenes or if he gets hit during combat. Moreover, any party members he recruits are multi-classed to use the Druid’s Wild Shape ability, meaning he must herd four cats through the entire game.



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