Ultimate Expedition Guide (ft. sailKite) | Path of Exile
This article is a summary of a YouTube video "The Complete Expedition Guide (ft. sailKite) | Path of Exile" by subtractem
TLDR The Expedition mechanic in Path of Exile can be highly profitable if players understand and utilize various strategies such as prioritizing logbook drops, using scarabs, and juicing maps.
Understanding Expedition Mechanics and Strategies
Polished scarabs are the real deal when it comes to bang for your buck in Path of Exile's Expedition league, as they provide more runic monster markers and explosives for better remnant genes or hitting more markers.
Understanding explosive sequences is fundamental to mastering the Expedition mechanic in Path of Exile.
Three mod logbooks are more likely to have overall more valuable mods than two mod logbooks due to the variable nature of logbook implicits.
The value of expedition log books can be abstractly calculated and increased through modifiers, making them a valuable resource in the game.
The runic monsters are the ones that drop the really good loot in expeditions, so make sure to prioritize hitting the big skulls.
Expedition is a "really cool mechanic" that can be incredibly rewarding, allowing players to get rich and buy all their desired items.
Maximizing Profit in Expedition
Running expedition can be very profitable, with the speaker making 90 exalts in just two days.
Juicing your maps with sextants, sacrifice fragments, scarabs, chisels, alchemy orbs, and vaal orbs can give you all sorts of drops and increase your chances of getting valuable items.
When running expeditions in Path of Exile, players must choose between a seller mindset (selling vendor refresh currencies) or a runner mindset (running their own logbooks and using currencies) to maximize profit.
Prioritizing logbook drops and vendor refresh currency drops is key for both sellers and runners in Path of Exile.
Rusted expedition scarabs are currently a great deal for making money in Path of Exile, with prices going up to 8-10 chaos in bulk.