Delirium league had a pretty bad start, with a lot of complaints and a severe lack of loot. The most recent update has changed that. The fog will stop while you’re completing previous league events like:
In case you don’t know yet, after you complete the first tree rewards, you will get another one, and this process continues until you run out of mobs or you fail to keep up with the fog. The rewards are plenty, but to obtain more currency, we must focus on speed and fast mapping.
First of all, we must focus on what maps we are looking for. There are lots of them, but to reduce the running time, let’s focus on maps like Channel or Lair. The maps are linear. The mobs are plenty, and this way, you can get even more rewards.
What Map Mods to Use for the Best Loot
There are a lot of mods for maps, but this league we need to focus on getting more mobs on the map. Mods that can help us with this are :
- More Magic Monsters
- More Rare Monsters
- Bloodline( Magic or Rare)
- Pack size
To increase it even more, we will be using some mods from the map device, which will introduce even more mobs – it all depends on your character’s survivability. There’s been a lot of rumors about “Harbour Bridge farming” being profitable. The number of rewards you get is indeed high, but they don’t have a high value on the market. It depends on your RNG, but in the long run, you won’t get ahead.
Don’t Pss up on Orbs Just Yet
Delirium orbs are underrated, and I am not talking about the expensive ones, like ”Skittering,” “Blighted,” or “obscured.” Orbs like “Armorphus Delirium Orb” can quickly bring you a nice 40C profit in just one run.
In one of my runs, on a tier 14 map with amorphous tree orbs used, I managed to farm up to 50c without counting the currency drops and priced items. With the current price, the profit on one run is 35C in 3-4 minutes.
Simulacrum Splinters Can Be Profitable As Well
Simulacrum and simulacrum splinters drop in almost every run (while it is a map from the atlas).
I must be honest. I didn’t get to run a lot of simulacrum maps, only one, where I barely made 30c ( without counting a lucky exalt). If you manage to collect 300 spinters, you can give it a try, but I honestly recommend to sell it for 70c, which is a sure profit from time to time. You can also sell the fragments, which can earn some juicy currency.
Delving Has its Advantages
If the new league isn’t for you, then you can also earn some juicy currency by delving. You can easily make enough sulfite to investigate for some time. Fossils’ prices will change; that’s why you must check their price and focus on the specific region; many sites will explain where you can drop the particular fossil.
A must-have in this league is a good build, one that can clear maps fast and survive the overwhelming packs of monsters. I currently run a cyclone-impale build, with 100k DPS. It is not expansive, but it can use some improvements, and you will get there with the currency you’ll be making. You should look for builds that can cover a lot of the map in a short time. Cyclone, for example, sometimes fails to include the large maps, like Wasteland, where the mobs are spread all around the map.
Don’t Forget to Level Up Gems!
Another right way to make other currency while farming is to level up gems, it depends on how much you invest. Leveling gems was and always will be one of the best ways to make a big profit. Search the market, see what gems are “hot” right now. You can go for the 21-23, but there is a high price on 21-20 gems as well on 20-23, it’s all up to your RNG.
Selling items might be delicate, especially with the continuous change on the market, so you will need at least make an idea about what you got. POE trade macro or POE Overlay are excellent helpers, but sometimes may be wrong. You can scam yourself (I know it happened to me when I sold one exalt jewel for 15C). If the program shows that the items are worth something, try to search it on POE trade, just to be sure.