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How To Treat You Loot Items In Path Of Exile

Path of Exile is an online action RPG game set in a fantasy world. Developed by New Zealand’s Grinding Gear Games, it’s free, but it’s supported by game purchases.

As an always-online game, Path of Exile has a powerful in-game economy, which encourages players to scavenge and trade powerful items.

Since Path of Exile’s skills are also items, rare abilities might be worth more to trade than actually equip, particularly if they don’t match your playstyle. The same goes for weapons, armor, and other gear that you will find in abundance throughout Path of Exile’s sizeable world.

Most loot-based games feature specific bosses that drop specific items. With a few exceptions, if you want a specific Unique item, my best bet is to simply buy it from another player. Most Unique items in Path of Exile don’t have a proper way to farm them, which means you’re left with no choice but to purchase them.

Unlike most RPGs of this type, Path of Exile doesn’t have a traditional “gold”-based economy. Instead, players barter consumable items. As a result, Path of Exile has no artificial money sinks and isn’t plagued by real money traders (RMT) whose sole goal is to disrupt the economy by harvesting and selling in-game currency online. Path of Exile may allow you to upgrade items, identify mysterious artifacts, or grant access to an end-game area.

Every piece of loot you acquire takes up varying amounts of space in your bag. To carry as many possible things at once, you have to move items around and squeeze things into the allotted spaces. Even then, your bag is bound to fill up quickly if you pick up every single item you encounter.

The trick, then, is to ignore items that your character can’t use or are of low value. Item rarity is indicated by colors:

  • White: Normal
  • Blue: Magic
  • Yellow: Rare
  • Orange: Unique

You can pretty much ignore white items unless you’re about to head back to town and have the room to spare for them. Rarer items are usually worth picking up and selling, even if you have to hold onto them for a while. And of course, any item that looks better than your current gear is worth grabbing - even if you have to drop something else temporarily while you equip it.

Players can also sell Path of Exile items to vendors. Vendor prices are a base value for comparisons, player market value will vary. Since players can’t downgrade one Orb of Fusing into eight Orbs of Alteration, they may be willing to sell them for less. High-level players will tend to accumulate rarer currencies, and when they begin rolling maps and running them, may run out of smaller denominations such as wisdom scrolls and orbs of alterations.

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