Displays Fevrokis, an NPC in Baldur's Gate 3.

Baldur’s Gate 3: Can you help Fevrokis in BG3?

We live in a cruel world...

Fevrokis is a Tiefling child found in Act Three of Baldur’s Gate 3. Maybe it’s that the child looks a lot like Mattis, our favorite little scam artist, or because he’s lamenting over his parents’ corpses—whatever the reason, something pulled us towards altruism when we found the child.

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Read on to learn where to find Fevrokis and whether you can help the Tiefling child in BG3.

Where to find Fevrokis in Baldur’s Gate 3

You can find the unfortunate child under a bridge in the Lower City of Baldur’s Gate. Just below Sorcerous Sundries, the magic bookstore Gale is dying to visit. You’ll find Fevrokis beneath an underpass.

Displays the map of Baldur's Gate with Fevrokis' NPC icon being hovered over (Baldur's Gate 3).
You’re not going to like what you find. Screenshot by Dot Esports.

The easiest way to get there is by fast traveling to Heapstride Strand. From there, you only have to head up a small set of stone stairs and take a left. Here, you come across a short tunnel leading to Felogyr’s Fireworks. This tunnel is where you’ll find Fevrokis. The exact coordinates on your minimap are:

  • X: -6
  • Y: -114

Who is Fevrokis in Baldur’s Gate 3

Not much is known about Fevrokis except that he’s an Asmodeus Tiefling child in a dire situation—standing next to two men and looking at two Tiefling corpses. When you talk to him and the men, you find out that these are the bodies of Fevrokis’ parents, Vezrol and Skulla. This is all you can find out about them.

Fevrokis, sadly, doesn’t know much. He got lost while running after a cat, and when he finally managed to find his way back, his parents were already dead.

Aside from the bloody symbol on the wall that doesn’t connect the murder to any related quest, you won’t find any clues as to what happened.

Can you save Fevrokis’ parents in Baldur’s Gate 3?

Unfortunately, Fevrokis’ parents cannot be saved. Initially, we were worried we had done something a little earlier in the city of Baldur’s Gate that led to this double murder taking place, but it seems that was not the case.

No player action triggers the death of Fevrokis’ parents, and similarly, no player action can prevent them.

Tip: Don’t touch or move the parents corpses.

If you do this, Fevrokis might run away, and the two NPCs present react negatively to your actions. Also, if you’ve committed any crimes in Felogyr’s Fireworks, all the characters at the scene may be alerted.

Can you help Fevrokis in Baldur’s Gate 3?

Other than offering moral support from a distance, there is nothing you can do to help Fevrokis. Talking to him doesn’t progress any of your quests. We even tried casting Speak With the Dead to see if a hidden quest could be started by speaking with the parents’ corpses, but unfortunately, that is not the case.

This whole encounter raises a couple of questions, primarily why Larian would take the time to add these NPCs for seemingly no reason. Fevrokis and his parents aren’t even the only ones at the murder scene—there are also two other NPCs who have just discovered the tragic scene.

Phelgro and Hari can be spoken to at the murder scene, which at least offers some small relief. While Phelgro ponders whether the Flaming Fist should be alerted, Hari disagrees and considers taking the helpless child in.

Displays Fevrokis, Phelgro, and Hari underneath an underpass in Baldur's Gate 3.
Should I come back later? Screenshot by Dot Esports.

Why is Fevrokis in Baldur’s Gate 3?

Our theory on why Fevrokis is in Baldur’s Gate 3 is that Larian simply didn’t get around to designing a quest revolving around him or that it did, and it ended up cut from the final game. In such a case, there wouldn’t be any reason to remove Fevrokis from the game, as his presence still adds life (ironically) to the city of Baldur’s Gate just by being there.

A Redditor offered another creative theory—the idea that Larian might have added Fevrokis without a quest in mind but rather as a reminder that you can’t save everybody. If that is the case, it certainly worked. We were left with a grim and despondent feeling after encountering the newly orphaned child, and we seriously doubt we were the only ones.


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