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How Karlach Scared Owlbear Cub?

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Karlach Scared Owlbear Cub when the player try to give food to the Owlbear Cub, whom the player saves.

Karlach Scared Owlbear Cub during the visit of Cub in the camp in Baldur’s Gate 3.

Owlbears Cub is one of the most adorable creatures in the game throughout the journey.

Karlach Scared Owlbear Cub when the player try to give food to the Owlbear Cub, whom the player saves. Owlbear Cub runs away scared after seeing Karlach.
Continue reading to learn about Karlach Scared Owlbear Cub in Baldur’s Gate 3.

What Is Owlbear Cub In BG3?

The Owlbear Cub is a non-playable character (NPC) found in Baldur’s Gate III.

Owlbears are legendary creatures that combine the characteristics of owls and bears.

owlbear cub
Owlbear Cub approaches the player at night.

While known for its power and fierceness, the Owlbear Cub in BG3 is a young cub still discovering the world around it.

Players may come across the Owlbear Cub and its mother in the Owlbear Cave of the Blighted Village.

Similarly, it can make various sounds, including hooting, growling, snarling, and purring.

Furthermore, it can also scratch, bite, play, sleep, and cuddle in addition to other actions.

How To Get The Owlbear Cub?

During the visit to Owlbear Cave, Owlbear’s mother will try to feed you to her Cub.

Talk to her and convince her not to feed you to her Cub or engage in a fight.

You can use Animal Handling or speak with animals to communicate with the owlbear mother and avoid fighting.

Owlbear Mother in BG3 protecting her son.
Owlbear will try to feed you to the Cub.

If you try to engage in a fight, you need to stash the owlbear mother to death.

It would be best if you chose whether to let the Owlbear Cub live or kill in the cutscene.

Similarly, choose “Let the creature live” to get the Cub in your camp.

Owlbear Cub kissing his mother.
Choose the first option during the cutscene.

During the mission to rescue the Volo, you can see the Owlbear Cub on the left side of the Volo.

Speak with Krolla, and you’ll find that they believe that the Cub is a chicken and play a game with it.

Krolla talking about the game.
Talk with Krolla to learn about the game.

Meanwhile, you can choose whether to play or pay the gold, which leads to a conversation with the Owlbear Cub.

You can also invite the Cub to your camp during the conversation.

Conversation with Owlbear Cub
Invite the Owlbear Cub to your camp during the conversation.

Again speak will Krolla and tell her you’re leaving and Owlbear Cub is coming with you.

After selecting the option, you must perform a skill check or convince Krolla using the Illithid parasite powers.

Approach Krolla for the Owlbear Cub.
Ask Krolla to release the Owlbear Cub as your reward.

Once you free the Cub, it will run away and follow your scent to your camp.

How Karlach Scared Owlbear Cub?

In the game, players must rest on their way to the camp because the owlbear cub will take some time to reach.

After you reach the camp, the Owlbear Cub will reach you after a while.

You start conversing with it during his visit, but he can’t consider trusting you.

Then, try to give him food from your pocket, and it starts moving toward you because of hungriness.

Main character reaching to its pocket
Give food to Owlbear Cub from your pocket.

Suddenly, Karlach appears and sees the owlbear cub. She is amazed by its cuteness and thinks it’s a doll.

She shouts, “Oh my god, look at its little beak! C’mere, you doll.. ”

However, listening to Karlach approaching, the Owlbear Cub gets scared and runs away.

Karlach and Owlbear cub
Karlach scares the Owlbear Cub.

The Bottom Line

In Baldur’s Gate 3, Karlach scared the Owlbear Cub, resulting in a funny moment.

Furthermore, the game enables players to engage with and nurture a legendary creature.

This unique and unforgettable character enhances the players’ experience during their BG3 adventures.

Continue reading about Baldur’s Gate 3: Danse Macabre and His Majesty.
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