Baldur's Gate 3 Dammon and all Infernal Iron locations

How to find Dammon in Baldur's Gate 3
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Dammon in Baldur's Gate 3 is a blacksmith who needs infernal iron, which has locations spread all over the game and can be used to repair Karlach's heart or build new gear. Dammon himself is a little hard to track down in Baldur's Gate 3, either nestled in a corner in the Emerald Grove or moving on to locations like the Last Light Inn or Baldur's Gate itself. That can make him an easy NPC to miss, but he turns out to be very important - especially if you're looking to collect some infernal iron to help fix a certain Baldur's Gate 3 companion. Here's how to find Dammon in BG3, as well as all the known Infernal Iron locations in the game.

Recent updates

This page was updated on 13 November to cover the new locations of Infernal Iron that have since been discovered, and should now provide a comprehensive list of locations for both Dammon and the Infernal Iron he needs in Baldur's Gate 3, or at least more than enough to cover all the times you'll need it.

All Baldur's Gate 3 Dammon locations 

How to find Dammon in Baldur's Gate 3

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The first place you'll find Dammon in BG3 is at Emerald Grove. He's in The Hollow section of the area, down the stairs just past where you'll find the gnome trader and the Baldur's Gate 3 Strange Ox. He will stay here until you either raid Emerald Grove or kill all the goblins – and if you opt for the former, you'll actually end up killing Dammon.

Once you commence Act 2, and granted you spoke with him earlier and didn't side with BG3 drow commander Minthara earlier on, Dammon will be among his fellow tiefling refugees at the Last Light Inn in the Shadowlands. He'll be working at the Forge, just to the right of the inn as you walk up toward it. 

Finally, once you reach the Lower City of Baldur's Gate in Act 3, Dammon can be found hard at work at the Forge of the Nine. His location in Act 3 is just to the right of the Devil's Fee, around the upper center middle of the map. 

How to find Dammon in Baldur's Gate 3

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Why can't I find Dammon in Baldur's Gate 3?

Thanks to the game's branching storylines, it's possible to lock yourself out of finding Dammon for quite some time. If you never spoke with Dammon before dealing with Minathra and the other Goblin Leaders in Baldur's Gate 3, it's possible you won't find him at Last Light Inn at all.

We have yet to reach Baldur's Gate ourselves, but it's possible that you will be able to find Dammon somewhere in the city in Act 3 if he doesn't turn up in the Shadowlands.

All Infernal Iron locations in Baldur's Gate 3

How to find Dammon in Baldur's Gate 3

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Infernal iron is a necessary material to help fix Karlach's engine in Baldur's Gate 3. It's incredibly rare, however, so you might be wondering how to get your hands on some. Fortunately, I've laid out all the locations of Infernal Iron below.

  • ACT 1
    • Blighted Village: enter the smashed-up house just to the right of where the fast travel rune is, and cast a fire spell on the calcified cobweb in the middle of the large room. Jump down the hole, climb the ladder, and pick the lock to open the chest in an enclave just on your right. The iron is inside the chest. Don't touch the large gold-glowing chest on the ground, as it is rigged and will blow up the ladder next to it.
    • Shattered Sanctum: inside the BG3 Goblin Camp, you can find a piece of infernal iron near Goblin Leader Dror Ragzlin. Head up the stairs to the left of his throne and use a lockpick on the metal grate door you'll find at the back of the room. Infernal iron can be looted from Ragzlin's treasures. Alternatively, Ragzlin himself has the key on him - slay him to pick it up.
    • Zhentarim Hideout: There's a trapped chest at the back of the hideout behind an iron gate - if you can sneak and lockpick your way inside, you'll get a piece of Infernal Iron.
    • Grymforge: Completing all three checks with Stonemason Kith to study the ruins gets you Infernal Alloy, a superior version of Iron that can be consumed to make the full Flawed Helldusk set. It can also be used as a substitute for Iron, but we don't recommend using it for that if you can avoid it.
  • ACT 2
    • Mason's Guild: On entering the Reithwin Mason's Guild, check to the right to see Iron resting on a tabletop.
    • Gauntlet of Shar (1): Inside the Grand Mausoleum in the Gauntlet of Shar, unlock the difficult-to-pick doors on the right to find three chests, one of which has Infernal Iron inside.
    • Gauntlet of Shar (2): Killing Yurgir grants you Infernal Iron, just check his remains to get it.
  • ACT 3
    • Undercity: enter the Undercity and sewers via a manhole, just down a side street to the left of Bloomridge Park as you look at it on your map. You'll need to impress some enemies down here and persuade them to let you pass  through. Follow the map marker to the greasy, smelly climb-up around the back of this sewer-like place, then walk straight ahead and turn right. Go through the double doors, and a chunk of Infernal Iron should be on the ground in front of you.
    • Iron Throne: After getting off the sub, there'll be some iron on a table nearby.
    • Steel Watchers: All the Steel Watchers in BG3 drop Infernal Iron, though at this point in the game there's little use for it.

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