Path of Exile | Incursion League

Path of Exile‘s next upcoming League, Incursion has been announced and will be released on June 1st.

In Incursion, we will be traveling in time back to when the Vaal Empire was at it’s peak. Occasionally, a new NPC Alva Valai will appear creating a portal for us to travel back in time to when the Temple of Atzoatl was being constructed, the amount of time that we stay within that portal is extended by the more we kill.


While the players are within the Temple of Atzoatl’s construction, they will have the ability to alter the course of history for the Temple which will allow the player to enter new rooms, swap rooms, or upgrade existing rooms for increased loot and difficulty the next time they go back. Players can only change the content of the Temple 11 times.


After completing 11 of these events, Alva Valai will have located the location of the present-day Temple of Atzoatl, where players can visit and see how they have altered the course of history for the Temple by exploring it themselves along with the jungle around the Temple. The loot and rooms of the Temple will be based on how the players have changed the content of the Temple through Incursions. Players have the ability to reset the Temple past and try again.


This league will include 12 new skills gems alongside revamp of both Vaal Skill gems and normal skills along a bunch of new weapon affixes and prefixes and new uniques


Path Of Exile | How to get the Loreweave Unique Armor

Loreweave is a Unique Elegant Ringmail Armor that was introduced during the Bestiary League of Path of Exile. This Unique item cannot be found naturally within the game through monsters drops and is only available through a certain vendor recipe.

The vendor recipe is to vendor 60 or a whole tab of Unique Rings regardless of level, duplication or if it’s corrupted or not.

Loreweave is guaranteed to come with 6 sockets and raises yours maximum resistance somewhere around the range of 76% – 80% without giving any actual resistance.


Path of Exile | Beastcrafting

Beastcrafting is a new mechanic that was introduced in Path of Exile’s Bestiary League. Throughout the Bestiary League, players will be able to captures Beasts and will occasionally captured Yellow Skull and Red Skull beasts which are beasts that have a red mod to them. The Yellow Skull beasts have one red mod while the Red Skulls have two.

While players capture more beasts, they’ll discover more and more Beastcrafting recipes. Players can check what recipes they have and what monsters are under their possession by pressing H and switching to the Bestiary tab.


Players can access Beastcrafting by visiting The Menagerie through any town or Einhar Frey. While at The Menagerie, players can view all of the beasts they have captured in their own respective habitat, Caverns, Depths, Sands and Wilds.


In order to craft the new recipes, players must use the Blood Altar and choose the recipe they want to do. Players will have to sacrifice certain beasts to the Blood Altar that satisfies the recipe then proceed to fight the beasts sacrificed. Note that the item level of the recipes that given an item will be based on the beast that is first sacrificed. Also that if you fail to defeat the beasts at the Blood Altar, they will despawn and you’ll have to recaptured them again. So, it’s more favorable for players to make every beasts except for the first one as weak as possible.


With Beastcrafting players can sacrifice the Red Skull beasts or the legendary beasts to make random unique items or modify items such as adding mods to a rare map, coloring an item’s sockets or linking item sockets. Also note that high tier beasts can be substituted for lower beast such as a rare beast can be substituted for a magic beast in a beastcrafting recipe.

The most rare of the Beastcrafting recipes are the ones that open a portal to the Spirit Realm. There are a total of 4 Spirit Realms, each containing one of the first beasts. The 4 first beasts are

  • Saqawal, First of the Sky
  • Craiceann, First of the Deep
  • Fenumus, First of the Night
  • Farrul, First of the Plains

The difficulty of the beasts are also in this order as the map level of the portals are 70, 74, 77, and 80. The red skull beasts required to conjure up one of these portals to the Spirit Beasts are very rare. While in the Spirit Realm, players will have to fight 3 unique beast themed after the Spirit Beast before players have a chance of fighting one of the first beasts. Note that the beasts required to summon the portal is very rare and the captured Spirit Beasts allows players to craft Spirit Beast exclusive modifications to existing items.

Luckily, players can seal their captured beast into a Bestiary Orb sold by Einhar Frey. This will be available one week into the league.


Path Of Exile | 3.2.0 Ascendancies

Path Of Exile’s Bestiary League and Expansion begins tomorrow. Here are all the ascendancies changes that will happen for Patch 3.2.0 or the Bestiary Expansion, each ascendancy has been revamped and improved to an even playing field. Well, every ascendancy except for elementalist which is incredibly underpowered compared to the other ascendancies.

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Path Of Exile | Bestiary Expansion

Path of Exile‘s next Upcoming expansion, Bestiary¬†was revealed today and it adds much more content than the usual expansions that happen during the filler months between Path Of Exile’s major expansion.The expansion will be launching on March 2nd.

Bestiary League


In Bestiary, players will have the ability to capture dangerous beast ranging from normal up to unique mobs and put them into a Menagerie or Zoo. The captured beasts then can be sacrificed for Beastcrafting which creates new items or modifies existing items into even more powerful items.


Spirit Beasts are new unique end-game bosses that are included in the Bestiary league and are only accessible through Beastcrafting a portal to the Spirit Lands. Once in the Spirit Lands, you’ll be able to challenge these Spirit Beast for one of their exclusive unique drops.


Revamped Ascendancy Classes

Every single Ascendancy Class is going to receive a revamp, buffing some previously unrewarding Ascendancy to the same level as other stronger one and by introducing new mechanics such as Berserker’s rage. Some skills will be left untouched and some will only receive some number changes.


The Uber Elder

The Bestiary expansion will be adding an Uber version of Elder at the center of the atlas giving Elder the same level of difficulty as the Shaper himself. From this, the Elder will also have new unique items added to it’s drop table, specifically new ones that drop only from the Uber version.

New Uniques, Mechanics, Quest & Gems

The Bestiary Expansion is finally going to give some love to the prophecy mechanic by adding 30 new Fated Uniques giving lower level uniques an upgraded version. Along with the new Fated Uniques, there will also be 29 new Uniques added to the game. A bunch of new mechanics relating to specific unique and rare will also be added to the game.

Bestiary will introduced 3 new skill gems, Spectral Shield Throw, Tectonic Strike and the Summon Phantasm on Kill support skill gem. Also, Act Ten will also be receiving an additional quest

Path Of Exile | The Pantheon System


The Pantheon System of Path Of Exile was released back in Update 3.0.0 where the previous 4 act storyline with 3 repetitive levels of difficulty was revamped into one linear storyline of 10 acts. After Act 5, you’ll be introduced to the Pantheon System after defeating your first god. Unfortunately, this system’s impact on the game currently is very minuscule and the work put in to upgrade Pantheon usually doesn’t warrant the rewards.

Pantheon Soul

Throughout the storyline, you’ll encounter 4 major gods that you won’t be able to avoid: Brine King, Lunaris, Solaris and Arakaali. While there’ll be 8 minor gods that are optional. After defeating either a major or minor god, you’ll gain their soul and will be able to access their benefits from the Pantheon page. You’ll only be able to pick one major god and minor god to get benefits from. The benefits that each Soul gives are partially themed with the God itself such as the Brine King gives 50% reduced effect of chill and frozen immunity if frozen recently at higher tiers.

Upgrading Pantheon Souls

Each Soul of a major or minor god can be upgraded up to 3 tiers that can only be obtained from maps. Each upgrade has a specific boss that needs to be captured from a specific map in order for the Soul’s tier to be upgraded. In order to capture these boss, you’ll need to find a Divine Vessel which will drop occasionally in maps. After obtaining one of these divine vessels, when you go to put in the map with the specific boss creature you’re trying to capture, put the divine vessel along with the map. After defeating the boss, the divine vessel will be filled and you have to turn it to Sin to obtain the upgraded benefits.


Path Of Exile | Passive Point Quests

Here are all the quests in Path Of Exile as of version 3.1 that give passive points as a reward. These are the only quests you should mandatory complete if you don’t want or need passive refund points or item rewards. To check if you’re missing any passives type /passives and scroll up to Passive Skill Points from quests and you should have 24 if you have killed all bandits and 22 if not.

  • Act 1 : The Dweller of the Deep, The Marooned Mariner,¬† The Way Forward
  • Act 2 : Deal With The Bandits (Kill all Bandits)
  • Act 3 : Victario’s Secrets, Piety’s Pets
  • Act 4 : An Indomitable Spirit
  • Act 5 : In Service to Science, Kitava’s Torments
  • Act 6 : The Father of War, The Cloven One, The Puppet Mistress
  • Act 7 : The Master of a Million Faces, Kishara’s Star, Queen of Despair
  • Act 8 : Reflection of Terror, Love is Dead, The Gemling Legion
  • Act 9 : The Ruler of Highgate, Queen of the Sands
  • Act 10 : An End to Hunger, Map to Tsoatha