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Consuming Those PoE Map Mods for Rewards


Consuming Those PoE Map Mods for Rewards



If you’ve played Path of Exile and beaten the story, you’ve likely run into poe currency Map Mods. If you haven’t, they are fairly self-explanatory. You consume maps in order to run them. Before you consume them, you can change the modifiers in a variety of ways. The more mods a map has, typically the harder it will be. A map can have up to eight mods just on the map item itself so you can get some pretty hard maps! The key to being able to run them is knowing the mods that your build can do.
The Reward

As with any risk, the more and harder map mods you do the more rewards you can get. Every modifier adds quantity and rarity to the map, meaning every monster within it will drop better rewards more frequently. The mods that are considered harder will give more quantity and rarity than the easier mods. Every single mod gives a bonus, so the more you get, the higher the potential reward!

The highest quantity that a single modifier can give is 19%, which comes from the Twinned, Splitting, Savage, Exposure, and Fleet modifiers. The lowest that any modifier can give is 10%, from a handful of modifiers. The biggest thing to note here is to not push yourself too hard. Obviously, 19% is more than 10%, but even the easiest mods will give you 10% bonus quantity, you don’t need to do the hardest content to get rewarded. But if you can hack the hardest content, it will be where you’ll get the best rewards.
Easiest Mods

First off, let’s go through the map mods you want to be looking for if you just want easier maps to run. As we discussed, for the most part, these will be the mods with lower quantity associated with them, but any modifier is a good modifier!

First off, the best mods to run are the ones that change monsters in the area. They don’t add any real difficulty but give a nice 13% quantity per roll. These are the mods that say “Area is inhabited by X”, X being Undead, Skeletons, Goatmen, etcetera. There aren’t too many builds that will have real trouble with any of these modifiers. The only one to watch out for is “Area is inhabited by Cultists of Kitava.” These boys can hit like a truck, and you should definitely be more careful on those maps. Fittingly, rather than 13%, the Cultists of Kitava give 16% bonus quantity instead.Click Here





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