Path of Exile Chaos Orb for Sale
Chaos Orbs are the most critical currency: you’ve finally found that PoE Item in the new 3.17 update with the right sockets, but the modifiers aren’t right? You can use Chaos Orbs to reroll until you get the God Roll. As players get ready to start the new Archnemesis league, buyers should keep a healthy stock of Chaos Orbs. And if you don’t feel like slogging through the PoE trading channels to find a good deal, you can buy them from a seller directly convenient and quick. Meanwhile, find all the other PoE Currencies here.SELL
Path of Exile's Unusual Economy
Path of Exile operates on a barter system. That means it doesn't have the usual 'gold-silver-copper' or any kind of monetary system. Players trade with each other using goods. Although, perhaps as a natural progression of the system, some items ended up being treated as currency.
These items are quite common, though some do have increased value due to their rarity. They are the PoE orbs, and as items, they have their own functions aside from being a currency. The orbs or items that get used the most as currency are the Chaos Orb, Exalted Orb, and the Mirror of Kalandra.
The Chaos Orb rerolls a random modifier of a rare quality item. It's an ingredient in crafting, or at least, what counts as crafting in Path of Exile. Exalted Orbs add another modifier to a rare item. Lastly, the Mirror creates a copy of the item.
These three would be like the copper, silver, and gold standards in other games, and in that order too. Chaos Orbs are the least valuable, while Mirrors are the rarest and most valuable. Still, due to the item system, they can't exactly be traded for each other with a set price.
What Should Players Trade Chaos Orbs for in PoE?
Path of Exile has a complex system of trade in terms of currencies used, conversion-rates, the mechanics of trading, but the complexity of the system means that it is extremely rewarding for players who know how it works, that being said, with such a dizzying array of potential products it's easy for new players to get overwhelmed. With that in mind we'll go over the best ways to spend Orbs of Chaos or other currencies:
One of the best uses of Chaos Orbs in PoE is purchasing a weapon. This will provide an immediate, and noticeable DPS jump, for any build. Good deals will not require players to break the bank in orbs, either. Some items that players should look out for at good prices include: Starforge, a powerful Two-Handed weapon that provides amazing damage, good Life bonus and other unique modifiers to Physical damage, it can reach 720 physical DPS. For good rolls, a Starforge can go for around 30 Exalted Orbs. Atziri's Disfavor is one of the best Two-Handed axes in Path of Exile. It comes loaded with high damage, and allows support gems, granting extremely high potential DPS. The axe will set players back by 25 Exalted Orbs for a well-rolled one. Regardless of what a players build is they will be able to, with relative east, find a weapon that will be an upgrade on the marketplace. A weapon should be a priority for players with Orbs to spend.
Armor comes in a close second as far as priorities for a player goes. A good armor set is fundamental to every single build in PoE and browsing the marketplace for approprity rolled armor sets can be, and sometimes might exceed, the impact of a best-in-slot weapon. Some noticeable pieces to keep an eye out for include the Legacy of Kaom's Heart which is the single highest Life bonus in the game. It can reach upwards of 3,000 extra life on certain builds and is utterly essential for tank-based or life-based builds. However, a warning: a legacy version of Kaom's Heart costs 1,000 Exalted Orbs, which is an exorbitant, if not unattainable, amount of PoE currency for most players. Shavronne's Wrapping allows for Low-Life/Energy builds which are very popular. Shavronne provides 140-200% increased energy shield, it's price starts at 200 Exalted Orbs. As players can tell, purchasing god-roll armor doesn't come cheap, but when it comes to build quality and impact on a characters power, it couldn't be more important.
- Other Currencies
There are so many types of currencies in PoE that it can become difficult to keep track of them all. It's important to note that currencies in PoE aren't the gold coins from other MMOs. In Path of Exile, a currency is an item that has some utility and base-line market value, because of that, many different items become standard trading currencies. The most basic and accepted one is Orbs of Chaos but, of course, there are countless others and it makes sense to convert Orbs of Chaos to another currency or vice-a-versa. There are many factors that might lead players to consider this, including what part of the league they are currently in, or what exact item they hope to trade for. A more valuable currency is the Exalted Orb, which can be bought with Chaos Orbs at a rate of 40-70 Chaos Orbs per Exalted Orb. They can be used to enhance rare equipment with a new affix. Since they are crucial in crafting high-end items they are comparatively more expensive than Chaos Orbs. Another premium currency player's can convert Chaos Orbs to are Mirrors of Kalanda. These can be converted at a rate of around 75k Chaos Orbs per Mirror. They are used to duplicate any piece of non-unique equipment. Mirrors are extremely rare and so are used to duplicate only the absolute best rare items available. Mirrors can be used in "Mirror Services" where a player will duplicate an item for a player. Depending on what a player is looking for it is beneficial to have a combination of different currencies, since sellers will sometimes specify which one they're looking for.
- Powerleveling or runs
Another valuable use of Orbs, which can save a lot of time in the long run are spending orbs on gear farming runs or powerleveling a new character/build. Many players will accept Orbs as payment to boost lower level players through end-game content, giving them a significant boost to their EXp and farming efficiently. These services are a fantastic use for orbs and are never a bad idea. Labrynth runs are a great idea and full-loot runs will provide players with a healthy collection of new items and drops.
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It's not very often that a game developer hits a home run and gets its very first title ever named PC Game of the Year, but that's just what happened when Grinding Gear Games released the critically acclaimed RPG Path of Exile in 2013. Expanding on the third-person action-adventure RPG format that games like Diablo made famous, Path of Exile added ultramodern graphics and a more realistic look than the recent Diablo III, instantly earning it a rabid fan base.
One major reason for that success is Path of Exile's free-to-play nature, as Path of Exile costs nothing to pick up. The game makes its money from microtransactions, which means it's up to you how much you'd like to invest in it.
In terms of gameplay, Path of Exile is much more Diablo II than III, with a lot of fast-paced play, and even icons and a user interface that heavily borrows from the series. Questing is similar to Diablo, involving heavy combat in vast dungeons filled to the brim with baddies, but PoE makes it easy to join up in parties by hosting the game on servers that players can connect to and party up to take on dungeons together with ease.
Seven classes are available in this RPG, which are a bit different from the regular class names, with the Duelist, Marauder, Shadow, Ranger, Witch, and Templar available for play at the beginning, and the Scion unlocked later. In a more traditional RPG manner, however, each of these is focused on one of the three main attributes of Dexterity, Intelligence, or Strength. These focuses make it easier for the player to invest in the skills that fall under them, but PoE gives players a lot of freedom to customize their characters by allowing the player to invest in any skill, even if it doesn't fit their core attribute.
What Does Chaos Orb Do?
Chaos Orbs are the main currency in Path of Exile. Nearly everything is priced in Chaos Orbs, until you get to high-ticket items which are priced in Exalted Orbs. Unless you are looking to blow some money and have fun, Chaos Orbs will nearly always be used as currency, with a few exceptions.
The true use of the Chaos Orb is to reroll the stats of a rare item. When you use it on a rare item, it fully rerolls all of the stats on it, randomizing the number of stats, the number of suffixes and prefixes, etcetera. If you’re looking to burn a lot of money and maybe make a cool item, Chaos Orb spamming items has a very small chance of creating something great.
The other uses for the Chaos Orb, which you will likely engage with at some point, are master crafting and Zana mods. Master crafting allows you to add a single stat to your items, and many of the good stats that you can add are priced in Chaos Orbs. However, if you’re a big map runner and want to get your full investment out of the map, the biggest disappearance of your Chaos Orbs will be through paying for Zana modifiers. Whenever you run a map you are given the option to add content to that map for the price of Chaos Orbs. The offered mods are, historically, different types of league modifiers from past leagues. Things such as Beyond or Nemesis can be added to the map for a small fee, payed in Chaos Orbs. This allows you to get more experience, or increase your currency returns if you properly juice up the map. If you are engaging with this mechanic correctly and frequently, it can set you back hundreds of Chaos Orbs each play session – but it’s well worth it!
Chaos Orb Drop Rate
The Chaos Orb drop rate is one of the lower drop rates of the currency items. While far more common than Exalted Orbs, Chaos Orbs drop less frequently than nearly every other common currency. To put it into perspective, I typically find one Chaos Orb for every two or three Orb of Alchemy, Orb of Fusing, Orb of Scouring, or Orb of Regret. This means they aren’t incredibly rare, but they also aren’t super common. If I’m running incredibly high quantity maps with all of the investment I possibly can, as well as a full magic find setup, I still will never find more than two or three Chaos Orbs in a single map. The drop rate is even lower at lower levels, it’s not uncommon for me to level a new character to level 60 and not find a single Chaos Orb.
Chaos Orb Recipe
Luckily there’s another way to create Chaos Orbs! The Chaos Orb recipe is a great way to generate additional Chaos Orbs, particularly early in a league. The Chaos Orb recipe is completed by selling a full set of rare items over level 60 to any vendor. By a full set of items I mean one of each item that your character could wear: two weapons (or one two-handed weapon), two rings, belt, amulet, gloves, boots, body armour, and helmet. Keep in mind that every item in the set must be a rare item, and they all must be at least level 60.
Once you have your full set of items you have a decision to make. If you choose to identify the items, then when you vendor them you will receive one Chaos Orb. However, if you choose to leave them unidentified, they will vendor for two Chaos Orbs. It’s up to you to decide whether it’s worth a Chaos Orb to look at the stats on the items you found.
Personally, I dedicate a full quad tab at the start of each league to rare items for the Chaos Orb recipe. It’s the best and most reliable method of making money in the first few days of the league. It is also worth noting that if every item in the set is above level 75, you will receive Regal Orbs instead of Chaos Orbs – you can prevent this as long as at least one item in the set is under level 75.
Chaos Orb Farming
Chaos Orb farming is an interesting concept for trade leagues, as you are nearly always ‘Chaos Orb farming’ by simply trying to make money. However, if you’re playing SSF and cannot ‘farm’ Chaos Orbs by selling items to other players, then there is one method that you can use, apart from the Chaos Orb recipe. There are a couple Divination Cards that will drop Chaos Orbs, and these can be farmed to create a small bonus income of Chaos Orbs. These Divination Cards are Rain of Chaos, Three Faces in the Dark, and The Wrath.
Of these the most reliably easy to farm is Rain of Chaos, which drops in the Castle Ruins map and you can easily complete a set every map you run. Three Faces in the Dark drops far less frequently, but gives more Chaos Orbs per card. It can be found in Arsenal and Factory. Lastly is The Wrath. This card drops infrequently, but every card you pick up is worth more than a Chaos Orb, with a set of 8 cards giving you 10 Chaos Orbs. These can be farmed in Lava Lake and Belfry, which are both quite nice maps to run as well.
Chaos Orb Price and How to Buy
Chaos Orb Price: How much is a Chaos Orb worth?
In game value of Chaos Orbs is fairly static, as everything else is typically priced in Chaos Orbs. Chaos Orbs themselves typically hold a fairly steady rate, while everything else revolves around them. This becomes untrue in some leagues where Chaos Orbs are extremely easy to get, but typically they hold firm. To put it into perspective, Exalted Orbs go up in price throughout the league. It typically costs between 100 and 200 Chaos Orbs to buy a single Exalted Orb, after the first few days. Orb of Scouring, Orb of Alchemy, Orb of Regret, and Orb of Fusing are all between a third and half of the value of Chaos Orbs, depending on the league.
If you want to buy Chaos Orbs for real money, they run for about $0.01 to $0.04 USD, depending on how far into the league you are. This is basically the equivalent of purchasing in game gold in other games, Chaos Orbs are the base currency used by everyone. If you’re looking to buy something that will get you ahead quickly for not much real money, Chaos Orbs are the way to go.
How to Buy Chaos Orb for Real Money
If you choose to buy Chaos Orb for real money, you’re in luck! We have many sellers over at our PlayerAuctions marketplace who will be happy to fulfil your needs. If you’re looking to quickly get ahead in Path of Exile, our sellers offer extremely short wait times (10-20 minutes) and the cheapest prices around. Make sure to read your seller’s bio carefully so that you know how best to contact them, and the proper procedure to ensure that both of your accounts are safe throughout the transaction.
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