Baldur’s Gate 3 – Find The Missing Boots (Side Quest) Guide

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As expected with any typical RPG game these days, Baldur’s Gate 3 also comes with a ton of optional side quests that you can try and complete.

One of these side quests is Find The Missing Boots which is available whilst exploring the Decrepit Village, the quest itself can be obtained whilst on Act 1 / Chapter 1, however the quest cannot be fully completed due to the game currently being in Early Access

It will involve a Gnome who is eager to track down a runaway slave who stole a pair of boots




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  • ACT (CHAPTER) UNLOCKED: Act 1 (Chapter 1)
  • LOCATION: Decrepit Village
  • QUEST GIVER: Gekh Coal


  • In order to trigger this specific side quest you will need to of first unlocked the Underdark section of the game. Then head to the Decrepit Village and the coordinates x:16 y: -207 in order to bump into a Gnome who is eager to track down a runaway slave
  • If you agree to helping the Gnome track down the runaway you will be granted Gale – Disapprove and Wyll – Disapprove
  • Head to the Ebonlake Grotto and to the coordinates x:78 y:-91 in order to find Thulla who is the actual runaway slave
  • Choose whichever dialogue options you want depending on your play style. However, if you choose the Take The Boots option you will be given Astarion – Approves, Wyll – Disapproves, Shadowheart – Approves, Gale – Disapproves
  • If you did take the boots from her you will be given the Boots of Speed
  • Return to the Decrepit Village and up the rope netting in order to report back to Gekh Coal
  • In order to complete the next section of the side quest you will need to board the nearby boat (Skiff). However, as I am writing this with the game currently only being available in Early Access that is as far as I am able to go with this guide unfortunately. As boarding the Skiff finishes the Early Access segment and that’s it really. For now we will have to wait on bringing those boots back


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