Men are pathetic.

Shar-Teel Dosan is a chaotic evil human fighter and a potential companion in Baldur's Gate, Baldur's Gate: Tales of the Sword Coast and Baldur's Gate: Enhanced Edition.

Background

She is the daughter of Angelo Dosan. Upon the defeat of Sarevok and his followers, Shar-Teel leaves her debt to Gorion's Ward paid.

Baldur's Gate & Tales of the Sword Coast

Recruitment Shar-Teel Dosan is available from Chapter One. She is found in the north-west corner at coordinates (273, 304) of the Mutamin's Garden area, east of the Temple area. She will challenge a male party member to a duel, and will only offer to join the party if she is bested.

Quests

Relationships

  • Ajantis Ilvastarr will eventually attack any of the evil party members, but you can call him off by controlling him to do something else
  • Treats Dorn the same way as most other males. Challenges him to a duel soon after they meet, but will admit defeat if she's about to die.
  • Eldoth Kron - Conflict
  • Utterly infuriated by Xzar, refusing to even sleep anywhere near the madman.
  • Considers Yeslick to be a burden, because of his old age.

Gameplay

As a human level 2 fighter with 17 dexterity and 18/58 strength, you may dual her anytime to be a thief. Use her to backstab instead of fighting openly to make most out of her high strength (THAC0 and damage bonus) while neglecting her weakness of low HP (no constitution bonus) as a front liner, two birds with one stone.

It is also worth noting her potential as an archer.  With 18/58 strength she may use composite longbows, which is complemented by her high dexterity, and as a pure class fighter has no limitations in proficiency points spent in longbow.  This advantage is not lost should she dual class to thief, granting her a diverse range of tactics with backstab and ranged attacks, both of which minimize the risks that come with her low constitution.

In the original version, her initial weapon proficiency allocation makes her able to attain grand mastery in either sword category if she is recruited at level 2 and duals to thief after level 3. She is the only companion able to achieve that in the first game. Her focus on Two-Weapon Style in the Enhanced Edition makes that no longer possible.

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    , companions who have fewer XP than the protagonist at the time of their first joining will be given a certain amount of experience points (XP) for you to manually level them up to gain more control of their status.
Starting levels in classic Baldur's Gate
Average party level Level XP Gold Hit Points Weapon Proficiencies Equipment
1.00 - 2.99 2 2150 13 17 (Max possible:20) Original:
  • Large Swords ++
  • Small Swords ++

Enhanced:

  • Long Sword +
  • Dagger +
  • Two-Weapon Style ++
3.00 - 4.99 4 8213 25 32 (Max possible:40) Original:
  • Large Swords ++
  • Small Swords ++
  • Missile Weapons +

Enhanced:

  • Long Sword +
  • Dagger +
  • Two-Weapon Style ++
  • Crossbow +
5.00+ 6 32590 49 46 (Max possible:60) Original:
  • Large Swords ++
  • Small Swords ++
  • Missile Weapons ++

Enhanced:

  • Long Sword ++
  • Dagger +
  • Two-Weapon Style ++
  • Crossbow +

Biography

When asked about her past, SHAR-TEEL has very little to say. From the little she speaks of it, it can be gleaned that she is an orphan. She also seems to harbor an intense dislike for Flaming Fist mercenaries, as well as an obvious disrespect for men in general. She seems to have something to prove, and likely her childhood was not of storybook quality.

Quotes

Hold, travelers! I challenge your best warrior to a duel. Initial meeting
Discretion is the better part of valor. Morale failure
It seems that this party isn't as pathetic as I first suspected. Happy
This is the kind of stupidity we get with male leadership. Unhappy-annoyed
I can't take much more of this male imbecility. Unhappy-serious
Forget our deal, I'm leaving. Unhappy-break
I'll lead this party better than any man could. Leader
Some rest is in order. Tired
This is such a waste of time, or should I say that men are such a waste of time. Bored
Eat steel, scum. Battlecry1
Damage
I don't have time to bleed. Hurt
Dying
Men are pathetic. Select1
If it bleeds, I can kill it. Select2
I love bloodshed. Select3
Okay. Action1
Really? Action2
I'll do it. Action3
Life is made fun by crushing your enemies. Action4
Sometimes, the smell of a man makes me sick to my stomach. Action5
Steel is the only thing that a woman can depend on. Action6
Men never think with their minds. Action7
Say another word, Eldoth, and I'll cut out your tongue. Interaction1
Your impudence will one day get you killed, Eldoth.

Interaction2

Eldoth, you're an impotent, degenerate lout who has delusions of male superiority.

Interaction3

Watch your mouth, Eldoth, or I'll end your life where you stand.

Interaction4

You were warned, Eldoth! Now reap the consequences.

Interaction5

Useless male dung heap. Insult1
I spit on your manhood. Insult2
Don't think yourself second to any man. Compliment1
More carrion for the vultures. To death-general
The swine had it coming. To death-specific
Flattery will get you nowhere. To compliment1
You're such a funny man! That's why I'm gonna kill you last. To insult1
How would you like my sword tickling your innards?

To insult2

Personality

It is heavily implied that Shar-Teel was neglected or abused by her father as a child. Because of her troubled past, she has developed hatred towards males of any race and an urge to constantly prove herself better than them at everything, abusing them verbally and physically in the process.

She expresses particular enjoyment in adventuring in a party consisting only of female characters, although this is hard to pull off since she requires the presence of a male character in the party to be recruited.

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