Edventar's Gift, also known as the Ring of Free Action is an enchanted ring that protects against all add movement effects, such as hold, slow, entangled by bestowing the status effect of free action upon the wearer of this ring. This item appears in Baldur's Gate, Baldur's Gate: Enhanced Edition and Baldur's Gate II: Shadows of Amn.


Baldur's Gate IEdit

In the original Baldur's Gate game, the ring could be used in conjonction with the Boots of Speed with the Boots of Speed still providing their haste bonus. In Baldur's Gate: Enhanced Edition the wearer of the ring can be hasted but equipping the Boots of Speed will not have any effect.

Baldur's Gate IIEdit

In Baldur's Gate II: Shadows of Amn the ring (unlike the free action spell) also renders the character immune to any haste effect (from spell or item).


Baldur's Gate IEdit

  • Dropped by one of the Mages in the top of the Iron Throne building, in Baldur's Gate docks district. at the end of Chapter 5.
  • Can be pick-pocketed from Dushai the gnome, near the entrance of Ulgoth's Beard.[1]

Baldur's Gate IIEdit

  • Gained as a reward for defeating five monsters who were summoned by interacting with a book in the Spellhold Asylum.

In-game descriptionEdit

Ring of free action: 'Edventar's Gift'. This ring was given to the reef scavenger and hunter known only as Edventar, by a group of aquatic elves long his friends. His help in routing the "Pirate Queen" of Dambrath was intrumental in their survival, though Yenandra continues to be feared anywhere the water meets land.


  1. BG Enhanced Edition v1.3.2053, via Steam, unmodified

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