Baldur’s Gate 3: How to Find Mol in Act 2

Find Mol and help her win against a devil in Act 2 of Baldur's Gate 3!

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You may or may not have come across Mol in Act 1. She acts as the leader of the other Tiefling children, and even runs a pickpocketing ring to earn money for their trip to Baldur’s Gate. Here’s how to find Mol in Act 2 of Baldur’s Gate 3.

How to Find Mol in Act 2 of Baldur’s Gate 3

Unlike in Act 1, you don’t have a lot of reason to interact with Mol in Act 2. You aren’t saving her friends from snakes or harpies. And you don’t need to get your belongings back from her after being pickpocketed.

Where to Find Mol Before Talking to Isobel

Before speaking with Isobel, you find Mol in the Last Light Inn playing Lanceboard (basically Chess) against Raphael. You can choose to help her cheat with Sleight of Hand. If you’re a Cleric, you can make a Skill Check and pray to your god to help Mol. And your god will actually do so if you pass the check.

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Where to Find Mol After Talking to Isobel

However, Absolutists capture Mol during the attack on Last Light Inn. You might expect to find her at Moonrise Towers with the Tieflings who were captured during the journey from the Emerald Grove, but she’s not there. In fact, you won’t be able to find Mol anywhere in Act 2 at this point. That means it’s impossible to help her out or rescue her. The next time you see her will be in Act 3, where you learn that she was able to escape on her own and make it to the city.

And that’s how to find Mol in Act 2 of Baldur’s Gate 3. It’s sad that we can’t help her out after she’s captured, but it’s nice to see her again in Act 3. Helping her against Raphael can be fun, as well, especially if you ask your god for something as simple as winning a game. From here, head to our BG3 guide hub to find topics like how to skip Yurgir without fighting or how to find Zevlor in Act 2.

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