BG3 EA provides players with 5 potential companions some of which you can kill/dump right from the start but who are supposed to help you accomplish your goals.
Shadowheart: An "evil cleric" of Shar on some sort a mission for her cult.
Lae'zel: An evil Githyanki fighter with overinflated self esteem.
Gale: An apparently good wizard hiding a dangerous secret.
Astarion: An evil high elf vampire spawn who found out the tadpole implanted into his brain make him immune to sunlight and wants to find a way to exploit its power without turning into a mind flayer in order to escape his regnant's control.
Wyll: An apparently good warlock with a cambion patron who used to be a weakling before his fiendish pact turned him into a local hero, searching on a loophole to get rid of the entity who gave him his powers.
I feel it's pretty clear where each of these characters start on the moral axis. Some are good and some are evil BUT the game leaves room for them to evolve past their initial allignment (or not, depending on your choices). So my question how do you think each of these characters can evolve during play?
For example, with Shadowheart I can see her being convinced to abandon Shar and turn to Selune (for reasons explained HERE
). What about the rest? Can Astarion become good/stop beign a vampire or will he end up usurping his master? What about Wyll and Mizora? And is Gale as good and affable as he seems to be or is that just an elaborate facade? And what about Lae'zel who thus far has given like zero signs of wanting to become nothing more than another loyal Githyanki reaver?