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  • If you’ve been playing PoE for a while now, you are probably already familiar with the concept of POE Currency , such as exalted orbs. These items are used in a wide variety of ways: some of them enhance your items with additional modifiers and some allow you to “re-roll” the modifiers on an item. Some of them even allow you to restructure your passive skill tree by giving you refund points!

    Divination cards trading

    There are 5 Poe divination card recipes that allow you to get Poe currency called Exalted Orbs. Divination Cards drop during farming, or from special stashes in Poe. In order to exchange divination cards, you need a specific amount of a particular type of card. When you gather the required amount of cards you can exchange them in vendor located in every town. Recipes are the following:

    12 x The Hoarder give you one Exalted Orb

    10 x The Saint’s Treasure are equal two Exalted Orbs

    5 x Abandoned Wealth give you three Exalted Orbs

    7 x Alluring Bounty give you ten Exalted Orbs

    5 x Emperor’s Luck — drops random type of currency (it includes Exalted Orbs)

    Currency flipping

    A very good method of farming Exalted Orbs in PoE is exchanging lower grade currency with other players. The price for the exalted orb depends on the league that you are playing in. It is important to do it with players, not NPC’s. While selling your lower-tier currency to NPC, you will not get much profit.

    Currency flipping is very useful when you do not want to craft gear on your own and just buy everything from other players.

    Mob grinding for exalted orbs

    Unlike many of the hack and slash games out there, it is actually quite popular to grind mobs from time to time in Path of Exile. Exalted orbs have a very low drop rate, but can be dropped from any mob out there, but there are certain areas and mobs which should give you a far better chance of getting orbs, and definitely at a faster rate.

    Typically a good place to start farming is Burial Chambers. If you already have a high-level character, you can also try farming the Uber Elder. Keep in mind that to do that you already have to have completed 20 maps, but the treasures are oh so worth it! You should also probably work on the Atlas of Worlds while at it.

    Through mapping

    You will need to make a single map over and over again. The map name is Burial Chambers. Why you have to farm this particular map? Because there is a chance to drop an item called The Doctor card. The card is needed for making the Headhunter belt. Such card costs around 20 exalted orbs. It is not the most efficient method of currency farming, but a very good one. Additionally, you gain good experience on this map, so you combine business with pleasure. This method gives you more chance of getting orbs.

    How to find good quality maps

    One of the best ways to earn exalted orbs constantly is to run guardian maps over and over. But how to lay your hands on those? Use the trade chat! The easiest and quickest way to get them is to simply buy them. If you have some currency stashed away (like you should have!), then you should find a seller without any problems. Those maps cost around 19-25 chaos orbs, which is quite cheap, depending on the affixes on the map itself. Keep away from Chimera guardian maps, though, as they seem to be the hardest kind, and it is really easy to die while there.

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