In Baldur’s Gate 3, players often find themselves seeking out powerful items to aid them in their journey. One such item is The Reviving Hands, a pair of gloves that not only offer significant bonuses but also provide the wearer with the ability to revive fallen comrades. This guide will walk you through everything you need to know about finding and using The Reviving Hands in Baldur’s Gate 3.


The Reviving Hands are a set of medium armor gloves that players can acquire during Act 3 of Baldur’s Gate 3. These gloves are particularly beneficial for characters who have the Medium Armour proficiency. Equipping them offers the following features:

  • Armor Type: Gloves
  • Rarity: Very Rare
  • Weight: 0.5 kg
  • Value: 1083 gold
  • Location: Available for purchase from Vicar Humbletoes during Act 3.
  • Bonuses:
    • Ability to cast Revivify once per Long Rest, which revives a companion, bringing them back to life with 1 Hit point.
    • +1 to Strength Saving Throws.
    • Aegis Palms feature: When healing a creature, it gains the Blade Ward effect. When reviving a creature, it gains the Death Ward effect.

Where to Find The Reviving Hands

To acquire The Reviving Hands, players need to head to the Stormshore Tabernacle in the lower City of Baldur’s Gate during Act 3. The Tabernacle is situated on the far eastern side of the city, near the Basilisk Gate Waypoint. Inside, players will find Vicar Humbletoes, a merchant who sells these precious gloves.

However, a word of caution: if Vicar Humbletoes doesn’t have The Reviving Hands in his inventory during your visit, don’t worry. Merchants in Baldur’s Gate 3 often restock or reset their inventory. Simply take a Long Rest or level up, then revisit Vicar Humbletoes, and you might find the gloves available for purchase.


Using The Reviving Hands

Once you have The Reviving Hands, it’s essential to make the most of them. Equip them on characters with Medium Armor proficiency, such as Barbarians, Bards (from the College of Valour & College of Swords), Clerics, Druids, Fighters, Paladins, and Rangers. Certain races like Githyanki and Shield Dwarf also have this proficiency. The Moderately Armor Feat can also grant medium armor and shield proficiency.

Companions like Karlach, Shadowheart, Lae’zel, and Minthara can greatly benefit from these gloves. They are especially recommended for characters built as Life Domain Clerics.

The Reviving Hands are a must-have item for players looking to bolster their party’s survivability in Baldur’s Gate 3. Not only do they offer significant bonuses, but their ability to revive fallen comrades can be a game-changer in tight situations. So, next time you’re in the City of Baldur’s Gate, make sure to pay Vicar Humbletoes a visit and get your hands on this invaluable item.


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