Baldur's Gate 3 players request the main camp feature, where Tav characters are missing

Philip Trahan

Baldur's Gate 3 players have requested a major addition to the game's campsite after a fan pointed out the blatant exclusion surrounding the main hero.

Between big adventuring sessions in Baldur's Gate 3, players and their party members can return to their campsite to relax, recover, and chat with each other.

While at camp, each party member has their own dedicated space, with a personal tent designed to suit their tastes and personalities – except for the main character.

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Now, one BG3 player has come up with a humorous theory about how each companion character manages to constantly set up expensive campsites and why “Tav” always requests a carrying case.

Baldur's Gate 3 fans want their own tents

a mail On Baldur's Gate 3 com.subreddit Titled “This Is Why Tav Always Asks for a Detention Bag,” it highlighted this omission in a humorous way.

“Because you're the only one who doesn't have a tent,” they explained. “The only logical explanation is that everyone else has a tote bag they use to carry all their stuff. But poor Tuff is the only one who has to carry everything the usual way.

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For those who may not know, the player character sometimes mentions that they wish they had a carrying case when picking up random items. As the name suggests, a Holding Bag is an iconic magical item found in D&D, which essentially has a pocket dimension inside of it.

Many fans have expressed a desire to have their own camp space. “Okay, but now I want a customizable campsite. Just a little plot of land in all the campgrounds for us to set up a dirt tent or something. Throw in some knick-knacks,” one fan said.

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Another pointed out that even when playing as an Origin character like Shadowheart or Lae'zel, you lose your tent. “I wish the Origin Companion would keep your tent. Shadowheart should not be homeless.”

Although BG3 doesn't have a dedicated player housing feature, some fans have managed to pull off some impressive decorating work. Unfortunately, decorating the campsite and leaving will remove any placed items.

Considering that Larian Studios has continued to update Baldur's Gate 3 with new features, perhaps one day players will finally be able to customize their own living space in the camp.

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