The most notable thing about Baldur's Gate 3 is that there's no right or wrong way to play it. Sure, your choices have consequences, but the game doesn't outright stop you from pursuing one path or another.
Since player freedom is an integral part of the story and gameplay in Baldur's Gate 3, you might spend a lot of time experimenting with the game's many attributes to see where it leads you. One such unique attribute is a rope, which in theory, could be creatively used in exploration and combat. If you have one lying in your inventory, you might be wondering how to use this rope in Baldur's Gate 3.
What To Do With A Rope In Baldur's Gate 3
Despite its many applications in DnD, the rope has very little use in Baldur's Gate 3. Like other items in your inventory, you can throw it on objects, traps, or enemies, but it won't do anything out of the ordinary. In Dungeons & Dragons, you could use a rope to tie enemies. Unfortunately, you can't do that in Baldur's Gate 3.
You also can't use it to climb down surfaces or use it to restrain people, both of which are possible in the original Dungeon & Dragons. If it helps, you could at least sell it to a merchant for a piece of gold. Sadly, that's all the ways you could use a rope in Baldur's Gate 3.