How to make your own advance equipment in the path of exile from tonghuan's blog

If you notice that you can't do much damage to the enemy and are always looking for a way to knock down the enemy, the reason will not be at the character level. But this is a misconception that players often make. They think that their level may not be high enough, which is why they have suffered so much damage and did not cause enough damage to the enemy.

Usually, you need to study the use of POE Currency and the POE projects you own to improve your equipment. Making adjustments also requires you to rearrange the POE Orbs to make the most of them.

Therefore, if you want to improve your equipment, first you will want to check out some supplier’s recipes. You will need to know certain recipes to take full advantage of PoE making skills. For example, you can get Rolling Shards, Trans Change Shards, and Change Shards by selling white, blue, and recognized magic items separately.

Armor scrap will also be useful, as long as the total mass is 40%, it can be obtained from selling armor items. Finally, sell three PoE items with the same basic type, and you will get Alchemy's POE Orb.

Use these recipes to make a scroll of wisdom that can help you identify items. Then, you can use the newly obtained Transmutation Orb and Change Orb to make magic items and throw magic item mods again. The Alchemy Orb is one of the more efficient POE Orbs because it can turn ordinary items into rare items.

I think one thing players have noticed is that you can finally Path of Exile Currency while playing games. With this in mind, you should be as careful as possible when picking up something. The best way is to make sure that you are collecting files related to your build, and you should sell unnecessary files. Those that are not used can be sold using the supplier’s formula, and you should make sure to do the same on the armor.

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By tonghuan
Added Jul 21 '20



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