Long ago, the Baldur’s Gate 3 community discovered a system to play with Mithara and Halsing at the same time. However, the creators of the game did not take long to patch it, since they did not want both characters to cross paths in the same campaign. Something logical if we take into account that their stories are antagonistic and that there is no way for anyone to give up. It is for this very reason that, in general, most users have stayed with Halsing.
Ultimately, his story is more complex, he seems to have more dialogue options and has a big impact in act 2. Besides, it is part of a run in which we will make the most appropriate ethical and moral decisions. At least in appearance. All this has caused Mithara to be one of the great forgotten of the RPG, but now we can use it together with the rest of the group thanks to a mode.
Mithara joins our party as a summon
You must understand, yes, that this mode can slightly alter history and that is not adjusted to lore. This is because its creator has allowed us to combine both characters through a summoning ring that summons the Drow. This way, instead of having her join us canonically, we can have her make an appearance in our group and camp. through an unofficial item.
In return, if you use it before meeting her in the goblin fortress, you won’t be able to see her there, as she is with you. She “she Disappears” by joining you. Also, go straight up to level 6. In theory, according to mode, we can’t change his equipment, but I did it before leveling him up and I didn’t have any problem. I don’t know if it can give other problems later.
Now, he has conversations related to act 2 because of how his programming works. It’s a bit strange, really. Well, for Halsing to come with us we have to kill her., so there are certain problems with the script. Despite this, although I have not yet explored all the acts, there is no major setback beyond this script gap.
This is what Mithara looks like as an invocation
So, keep in mind that depending on when you summon her, you will be facing her as an enemy in the goblin stronghold and/or killing her as an ally. The good thing about the latter is that, if you do it, you can revive it without problem. For the rest, the mod presents several versions of the character depending on her equipment.
The most interesting of all is the first, because it allows us to summon Mithara in his Dream Guardian armor. The second appears before us with a dress, so it adapts fairly well to the lore. The last one doesn’t make much sense.
That being said, the mode need that we have installed Mod Fixer previously to be able to work. In general, I would recommend that you use BG3 Mod Manager to manage all this, as it is much easier to install everything without breaking the game.
Images | Both images have been obtained from the mod’s website.
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