PoE: A Team Is Needed If You Want To Be The Top Few Slots Of Each Class
In Path of Exile, it is no doubt that if you are going to compete in either Softcore or normal Hardcore, you will need a team, or you automatically lose the top few slots of each class. Of course, having enough poe exalted orb is also an important prerequisite.
A team typically consists of four players - two damage dealers, one providing auras, and another player cursing the enemies. A team of four will progress at speeds much faster than any solo player ever could.
To put this in perspective, in the Turmoil Hardcore race the top team consisted of three streamers - Zizaran, Nugiyen, and Havoc - as well as a fourth person who didn't steam. At the end of day one, Nugiyen and Havoc both died, in positions two and three on the ladder, at level 88.
At the end of day two, they had shot past all the other racers, and were at positions one and two. This is because they didn't stop, kept playing, and, of course, had a great team to help them on the way.
In Mayhem Hardcore, the top team had four players, including Steelmage and GucciPrada. They hit level 100 after a few days, and proceeded to level up second characters to 100. Only 19 characters hit level 100, and these guys were able to do it twice due to having a great team.
If you're going to compete in a league where teaming up is allowed, you should know that it's going to be much more difficult. If this doesn't interest you, and you don't want to play against teams, I recommend giving Solo Self-Found a shot.
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Everyone's Path of Exile racing experience is different, but if you do your research, stay patient, and don't do anything too risky, you can win a Demi of your own. If I can do it, so can you.
07.04.2018. u 10:09 •