Baldur’s Gate 3 – How to Romance Gale Guide

Gale Romance Guide

Before you can get a chance with Gale for a romance scene, you’ll need to make some progress in Baldur’s Gate 3. Also, it’s extremely important to try and make your decisions with his approval in mind. There are many times throughout the story and moments back at the campsite with Gale that can influence his opinion of you. If you have a negative relationship with him, he won’t have any interest in you when it matters.

Romancing Gale Cutscenes

Romancing Gale in Baldur’s Gate 3 involves a longer relationship-building process than other companions. You’ll need to maintain his approval level and speak to him often in camp during your adventure. After gaining Gale’s trust and reaching medium approval, he will tell you about his secret condition. Agree to help and provide him with an artifact he needs.

Continue building your approval with Gale. The next time Gale prompts you to speak with him in camp, he will open up to you more about the Weave. He offers to share an experience with you in the Weave. When channeling the Weave, follow these choices:

  • “Magical.” or “You’re a good teacher.”
  • You hold on to the moment. It’s a good night for intimacy.
  • You picture kissing him.

The next time you speak with Gale, you can ask him if he thinks often about the moment you shared in the Weave. Continue building your approval with Gale and speak to him after resting another night in camp. He’ll start the conversation by saying, “Thank you.” Follow these choices:

  • I’m sure you’re welcome
  • Make merry, just the two of us. What would that entail?
  • You’re remarkably upfront about your intentions.
  • I think that sounds delightful.

Gale will express his interest in spending time with you. Head to your bedroll to begin the romance cutscene where you can share a kiss and then choose to spend the night together.

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