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Making Currency in Path of Exile 2020 from poecurrencyigvault's blog

This is not unusual that the developer Grinding Gear Games would release a new expansion for Path of Exile every three months. After the Delirium coming to an end, Harvest is scheduled to make everything different. When it comes to in-game virtual POE Currency of Harvest, this is still called POE Currency, revolving around more types of currency items, orbs, etc.

Unlike other MMORPGs, there is no fixed currency like Gold or Coin through Path of Exile, and all tradable items are collectively referred to as POE Currency.

General Tips

Create a Magic Find build. Magic Find increases the Quantity and Rarity of drops. We even have a guide for MF builds to help you out.

Don’t be afraid to do League mechanics. The league mechanics are a great source of really high-end drops if you engage with them deeply enough. For Legion, look for the named Legion chests during Monolith encounters, these are a gold mine.

Pick a couple of goals and focus on them. This will allow you to tailor your play style and build choices to what you want to farm.

Pick the build suited to your particular goal, so if you want to farm Uber Labyrinth, pick a build suited to doing that.

Always have a good loot filter, Neversink’s Semi-Strict is pretty good as a baseline. You can check out our guide on loot filters for Blight too.

Prices change over time. As a League ages, prices naturally drop, so what sells for 3 Chaos at the start of the League will sell for less than 1 Chaos after a few weeks. Always price your items accurately using POE.Trade or another tool to make sure that they sell.

Path of Exile Mapping

After all these years, mapping is still the most common way players spend their time in the PoE Endgame. For those completely unaware of PoE, maps are actual items in the game. They are consumed when you open them, and you are given portals to traverse through that map – and hopefully find more maps. There are 16 tiers of maps, each harder than the next. Nowadays players fly through maps fairly quickly, and many hardcore players have made it to tier 16 maps within a few days of a new league. The question very quickly becomes: what’s the best way to farm maps, when you have all of them available to you? There are several different approaches.

Mapping Methods

First, simply farming the highest maps available. Farming tier 16 maps with enough investment to sustain them (chisels, alchemy orbs, vaal orbs, and sextants) is a very common and very profitable approach to mapping. It’s easy and doesn’t take a ton of thought, particularly if you find a way to run the same map over and over again. Personally I’ve ran around 1000 tier 16 Promenades in the last two leagues. Is it the best or easiest way to make money? No, but it’s a nice middle ground where it’s not too complicated, makes decent money, and gives you good exp to boot.

The second method is farming low tier maps, typically Burial Chambers. If you farm low tier maps they are incredibly easy to sustain, so you really only have to ‘alc and go’, meaning use an Orb of Alchemy and throw the map in the map device, nothing else needed. Because of the low investment into these maps, everything you get back is pure profit. You won’t get as much good loot as tier 16s, but your investment is so low that your profit margin ends up being very high. This is especially true if you farm maps like Burial Chambers that have good divination cards that can drop and give you large windfalls.

The third method is to run good layout tier 14s as fast as possible and farm the Conquerors and Sirus. These bosses drop loot that is very expensive, and they can be spawned by running an average of 40-50 red maps. As long as you are getting average drops from the bosses, you’ll make a ton of money doing this.

These are the main methods that people farm the endgame through mapping. This is a small step above simply putting any map you find into the map device and hoping for the best, which is itself not the worst for progressing. But these methods are the ones that will return the most money through typical maps.

We hope that this list of best Path of Exile (PoE) Delirium 3.10 beginner builds will be helpful to your career in the world of Wraiclast, and don't forget to click here to our other Path of Exile Delirium Builds and guides! Sure, if you don't have enough time to get currency, you can try to Buy Poe Currency https://www.igvault.com/POE-Currency is a secure POE Currency Shop


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