We continue our journey into the lands of Wraeclast in this Path of Exile Let’s Play; following the trials of Luurg, a sword and board Marauder.
In this episode, Luurg continues working his way through the area known as the Prison, and eventually locates the Warden’s Quarters. Luurg encounters many dangers and encounters a swarm of undead that overwhelms us, but Luurg survives to battle Brutus the Warden.
It’s a fun and challenging way to start Act One of our Path of Exile play through as a Marauder playing as a tank build.
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The build may need to change beyond Act 1.
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Path of Exile is a game by New Zealand computer game developer Grinding Gear Games.
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Exiled from your homeland, Path of Exile sees you stranded in the corrupted and deeply hostile continent of Wraeclast. You must develop skills from an extensive passive skill system and discover the many magical artefacts Path of Exile presents to you.
You will be completely immersed in the gritty and art style that is the cornerstone of Path of Exile’s design.
With a visceral combat system and limitless plenty of gore and blood, you need to think fast and react to both your own and your enemies position. Dodging and blocking is critical to your combat success.
Game play in Path of Exile is constantly entertaining as randomly generated levels and items for providing amazing replayability.
A Path of Exile let’s play allows us to explore the world of Wraeclast and the gameplay should remain fresh and exciting with the unique nature of the game.
Unfoldment, Revealment, Evolution, Exposition, Integration by Chris Zabriskie is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/)