How to use the sacred forest for gardening in Path of Exile: Harvest from Bale's blog

The free ARPG Path of Exile was first released in 2013. It sits in a dark and scary fantasy world full of monsters, undead and hostile wildlife. Like other ARPGs that inspired it (such as "Diablo 2"), players will explore randomly generated maps, kill groups of enemies, and collect armor, weapons, POE Currency, and various other items from the entire army. Path of Exile can be played alone or together.

Throughout its life cycle, Path of Exile has undergone countless updates. Leagues are introduced every few months, and these leagues provide brand new starts and new game mechanics. In stark contrast to the previous league Delirium, which features nightmares shrouded in dark mist, the current league Harvest has a bright and colorful garden. Path of Exile: Harvest introduces the sacred woods, a new area under the care of the mysterious Oshabi. In it, players can choose to plant seeds to germinate monsters that can be harvested for life.

When walking in the world, players will see the blue glowing roots and point them in the direction of the seed cache. After the player clicks the seed cache, three things will happen. First, it will discard certain types of seeds. Second, Oshabi will appear next to the gateway to Sacred Grove. Third, if the player has planted seeds before, it will double the growth cycle. For example, most level 1 seeds require three growth cycles to fully mature, which means that from the beginning of planting, players must interact with the three seed storage areas. This is not a big problem, because in the league, as players advance through the ten scenes of the entire game, the seed cache can be found in most regions.

In order to harvest seeds, players need to have a collector and prepare at least eight seeds in the collection area to be harvested. After clicking the collector, the player needs a few seconds to prepare the germinating monster. By defeating them, the collector can reap their lives. Different seeds germinate different monsters, which changes the effects available in the production system. Monsters will also drop items, and sometimes higher-level seeds. It is important to note that there are two types of vitality. Regular lifeguards can only be used to make or create new POE Items, such as additional collectors and racks, while concentrated lifeguards are used to plant higher-level seeds and can be stored in storage tanks.

There are three different types of seeds, each with a different corresponding color and life cycle. Wild seeds are purple, vivid seeds are yellow, and original seeds are blue. Seeds in higher layers require different types of vitality to grow, so dispersants are needed. Place the diffuser next to the seed to be fertilized, attach it to the hanger, and then attach the hanger to the correct type of collector. Fight these monsters, the next layer of seeds may drop, and at the same time may drop some POE Currency. Players can create sufficiently high-level seeds and leaders to form a powerful ultimate leader. Path of Exile proves that it is possible to win in gardening.

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By Bale
Added Jul 7 '20



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