Auntie Ethel can be a mini-boss or a vendor, depending on the choices you make on her quest. Here, we will discuss all of her potion effects in the game.
Baldur’s Gate 3 is one of the biggest RPGs released in the year. The game has a core ruleset based on the Dungeon and Dargon 5th edition. And it tries to give players as much freedom of choice as possible, just like a DnD session. So you will be making big or small choices all the time in Baldur’s Gate 3.
The game has some story-rich sidequests, too. One of them is the Auntie Ethel’s quest. You will find her getting attacked by two men because she supposedly kidnapped their sister. From here on, you can follow through the quest by making various choices in the way. After her quest, you will get access to the potions she keeps in her back room. Here we will discuss all the effects for these potions.
Auntie Ethel’s Potion Effects in BG3
Auntie Ethel is a hag who tricks and eats people. After dealing with her, you will have access to his potion’s stack. But there are pretty much no good potions in her stack for the player to use. Here are the effects of her potion:
- A Mother’s Loathing: Gives Bite to a Character A bite does piercing damage. The ability lasts until a long rest.
- Broken Promises: Immediately grants +2 strength but gets -1 strength after a long rest.
- Butterflies in the Stomach: Gets frightened and Haemorrhaged and takes piercing damage for four turns.
- Faltering Will: Disadvantage on Wisdom saving throws until Long rest.
- Heart of Stone: Resistance to poison until Long rest.
- Insanity’s Kiss: Insane effect for four turns. Insane characters cannot be controlled and attack anyone nearby.
- Lost Time: Armour Class -2 and no reaction triggers for 50 turns.
- Lover’s Avarice: Wisdom -1 until Long rest.
- Missing Pets: Gets disadvantage on all attack and ability checks for 3 turns.
- Wilted Dreams: After a Long rest, the character will take psychic damage.