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Mattis’ Ring in BG3: Should You Buy The Lucky Ring in Baldur’s Gate 3

Trust doesn't come easy in Baldur's Gate 3. Should you buy Mattis' Lucky Ring in The Hollows.

After a short walk in the Hollows, you may quickly realize that some Tieflings are deceptive beings. Perked ears will hear tales of Tieflings pickpocketing passersby left and right.

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That’s why it sounds like a scam when a Tiefling kid named Mattis wants to sell a Lucky Ring based on some coin-flipping scheme. But then again, Luck is a typical stat in most role-playing games; what if it actually works? Should you buy the Lucky Ring in Baldur’s Gate 3?

Baldur’s Gate 3: Should You Buy the Tiefling Kid’s Lucky Ring?

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Mattis is a Tiefling child who has set up shop with his sister-partner, Silfy. Upon speaking with Mattis, he will hand out a Lucky Ring and ask players to pick a side of the coin. The coin will always flip to your content regardless of the side- heads or tails. I mean it, always. I asked him to do it over and over until he got annoyed. This, he claims, happens thanks to the Lucky Ring.

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This Lucky Ring is, as you probably guessed, a scam. The offer to purchase the ring can be refused in many ways, some more upfront than others. But this encounter opens the possibility of purchasing other wares Mattis has in store. Still, is it safe to buy from this Tiefling kid?

Should You Buy From Mattis in Baldur’s Gate 3?

To put things plainly, not everything Mattis sells in Baldur’s Gate 3 is a scam. There are dye and animal parts up for sale. There are some admittedly hilarious scammy rings, like the Ring of Resistance to Ants and the Ring of Being Really Invisible. C’mon, kiddo, try harder.

However, purchasing from Mattis does pose a risk. As you browse his wares, Silfy will sneak up behind the player and quietly steal something from their inventory. There’s a chance to catch Silfy, but it’s also possible to get robbed without even noticing.

While both kids can be confronted on the matter when found out, there’s little opportunity to get compensation for the damages. So it’s better to be careful while interacting with these Tiefling rascals.

What Wares Does Mattis Carry?

If you’re looking for some mind-blowing loot from Mattis, think again. This little scammer carries mostly underwhelming and joke items, save for the occasional magical item. Here’s a list of his wares:

  • Evasive Shoes
  • Cloak of Cunning Brume
  • Decanter of Nearly Endless Water
  • Fishing Rod of Alertness
  • Sending Shell
  • Spoon of Saltiness
  • Corvid Token
  • Scabby Puglist Circlet
  • Supreme Elixir of Arcane Cultivation
  • Potion of Invisibility
  • Elixir of Battlemage’s Power
  • Elixir of See Invisibility
  • Baldur’s Gate Stone
  • Holy Hand Soap
  • Smokepowder Arrow

Mattis will carry different wares depending on what act you find him in. And he’ll also carry some miscellaneous items with questionable worth. If you’ve bought them, check out our guide on mundane items that aren’t vendor trash to learn what to sell and what to keep.

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Cande Maldonado
Though Cande started her journey in the video game industry as a localization specialist six years ago, she soon realized that her true calling was to annoy NPCS, smash virtual pottery, and complete every side quest available in RPGs. Throwing that useless degree out of the window, she has been writing professionally for the past three years ever since. Her passion for games dates to 2006, when she mounted a Chocobo for the first time. Under Nintendo and Square Enix's chokehold, she will willingly pour hours upon hours into reaching 100% completion in the longest roleplaying games ever made. But hey, who needs fresh air and sunlight when you can just live in Ivalice?