Baldur's Gate 3's honour mode is tough. I mean, really tough. It's like trying to juggle flaming swords while riding a unicycle, and if you drop even one sword, you're toast. But for some thrill-seeking adventurers, that's just not enough. They crave an extra dose of insanity, a pinch of absurdity, and a dash of the ludicrous. And that's where TikTok user GMWorkshop comes in.
GMWorkshop, the master of masochism, has taken on the Herculean task of completing honour mode in Baldur's Gate 3 without wearing any equipment. Yep, you heard that right. No armor, no weapons, just plain old camping gear. It's like going into battle wearing nothing but a picnic blanket and a corkscrew.
But wait, it gets even more ludicrous. GMWorkshop isn't content with just stripping down to their skivvies; they've also decided to face the challenges alone. No companions, no backup, just them against the world. It's like a one-person circus act, with GMWorkshop as the acrobat, the lion tamer, and the tightrope walker all rolled into one.
After countless attempts, GMWorkshop may have stumbled upon a method that makes this madness somewhat plausible. Their secret? A combination of two mighty spells: Sanctuary and Moonbeam. Sanctuary, the ultimate cheat code, makes you invulnerable to direct hits. It's like wrapping yourself in an impenetrable bubble wrap suit. But, here's the catch - you can't deal any damage while it's active. That's where Moonbeam comes to the rescue.
By strategically casting Moonbeam without attacking on the first turn, GMWorkshop can move the beam onto enemies without breaking Sanctuary's protective shield. It's a delicate dance, like juggling flaming torches on a tightrope, but with enough finesse, it just might work. Of course, it does get a tad repetitive, like listening to a broken record playing the same tune over and over again, but hey, desperate times call for desperate measures.
But hold on to your picnic baskets, because there's more. GMWorkshop isn't the only one with a few tricks up their sleeve. Other players have discovered their own peculiar exploits. Some leave one poor soul behind at camp permanently, sacrificing them for the greater good. It's like sending someone to the principal's office while you wreak havoc in the classroom.
And then there's the truly shameless method of hogging all the save slots on your system. It's like hoarding all the cookies in the jar, except instead of satisfying your sweet tooth, it's a safety net for your virtual life. No autosaving, no exit saving – just shamelessly saving scumming your way out of certain doom. It's a devious tactic, and yes, we're all a little ashamed of ourselves for even considering it.
So, if you thought Baldur's Gate 3's honour mode was already a wild rollercoaster ride, think again. From camping gear warriors to sacrificial lambs and save slot hoarders, it's a circus of chaos and absurdity. So grab your corkscrew and picnic blanket, my friends, and embrace the madness. The gates of Baldur await!