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The Artisan’s Corner

Welcome to The Artisan’s Corner! Here you will find third-party created content for Baldur’s Gate: Enhanced EditionBaldur’s Gate: Siege of Dragonspear and Baldur’s Gate II: Enhanced Edition. Feel free to look around!

Sirene is a tiefling paladin of Ilmater, the Crying God, patron of endurance and martyrdom. While she is still new to her responsibilities and uncertain of herself, she is a loyal follower of her faith and devoted the protection of the innocent. At the same time, the stigma of her infernal heritage has made her a lonely and withdrawn individual who desperately seeks the comfort of friendship and trust.

More information on the BG:EE and BG:SoD section can be found here.

More information on the BG2:EE section can be found here.

A rather crude, cynical and sarcastic cleric of Tyr who serves the Order of the Radiant Heart in Amn, sent to investigate the iron crisis. You’ll find him drinking in the Burning Wizard inn of Beregost, seeking adventurers for the task of eliminating the mad priest Bassilus. He’s a man of many vices and often blasphemous, but is regardless devoted to justice and a strong hatred of all things evil.

More information on the BG:EE and BG:SoD section can be found here.

Aura Glimmershine is a young lawful good-aligned gnome artificer and inventor from the island nation of Lantan. She is kind and idealistic at heart, and while she can be rather shy and socially inept when interacting with strangers, but easily turns peppy and excitable when the topic strays into her fields of expertise. While she is rather weak in combat, her unique thief kit, Artificer, which grants her the ability to create a large assortment of potions, traps, arcane runes and magical items that become more versatile as she gains levels.

More information on the BG:EE and BG:SoD section can be found here.

This mod makes Pai’Na, the true neutral half-drow druid in the Graveyard tombs, a playable NPC with banters and interjections. She uses the Hivemaster Kit from The Artisan’s Kitpack and contains content for the entirety of Shadows of Amn to Throne of Bhaal. No voicing.

More information on the mod can be found here.

The Shadow Weave is an imitation of Mystra’s Weave, created by Shar. Though it is practiced by few due to its dangers of creating a pact with the goddess of night and loss, those who choose to draw power from the Shadow Weave despite its risks become Shadow Adepts, magicians who exchange their own life force to call upon powerful magic to bend wills, ensnare minds and deceive the senses. Those who become experienced with the Shadow Art are able to call upon powers others could only dream of.

This mod allows the player to become a Shadow Adept, a mage which is unable to use regular arcane magic, but uses Shadow Weave magic instead, having a selection of roughly a dozen spells for each spell level. Some spells are imitations of those of the Weave, with similar but often more powerful effects. Others have unique effects not shared by any other spells. However, such power comes as a price, as each spell the Shadow Adept uses also carries the risk of temporarily draining the caster’s Constitution, causing the risk of death if too many spells are cast in succession. The more powerful the spell, the greater the cost.

More information on the mod can be found here.

The Artisan’s Kitpack is a collection of original kits and kit reworks. Kits such as the Berserker, Kensai and Assassin are reworked and new kits such as Arcane Archer, Palemaster, Warhorn Shaman and Mystic Fire are added.

These kits are not only available for the PC, but optionally available for various appropriate NPCs. Vanguard Khalid, Rashemi Berserker Minsc and Rogue Archer Imoen are all examples of new kit additions that make a few companions stand out more in gameplay.

More information on the mod can be found here.

This mod originally began as one small dialogue convenience tweak. Then it grew to a few dialogue tweaks. Then a rule tweak. Then a few more tweaks. Eventually, it grew into a full-fledged tweak pack of its own, and continues to grow to this day. This pack includes tweaks for dialogue, rules, stats, graphics, animations and any other things that my experiments find some success with.

New racial enemies?
Better shapeshifting?
A buff to Sword and Shield style?

Whether you’re looking for something in particular or just trying to shake things up a little, my house rule tweaks may have something that will interest you.

More information on the mod can be found here.