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Help understanding item lvl

I'm new to the game and wish to understand How does item level affect the item? I found a lvl 9 "Blackheart Iron Ring" with good states :
- Add 1 to 4 physical damage to attack
- 5% increased physical damage
- Add 1 to 3 Chaos damage to attacks
- +30 to maximum life
- 3.6 life regenerated per second
- 10% change to cause monsters to flee

Does the level affect the ring? like its price and usage for later on.

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Item level doesn't matter with uniques. The required level is the only thing to look at to see what level you have to be to use an item. The only time item level matters is when you want to add mods to an item. In that case, the available mods vary depending on the item level. The highest mods are only available on the highest item levels. The number of sockets an item can drop naturally depends on item level too, but that isn't so important since there is a crafting bench that can add sockets to any item regardless of item level.

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Item level doesn't matter with uniques. The required level is the only thing to look at to see what level you have to be to use an item. The only time item level matters is when you want to add mods to an item. In that case, the available mods vary depending on the item level. The highest mods are only available on the highest item levels. The number of sockets an item can drop naturally depends on item level too, but that isn't so important since there is a crafting bench that can add sockets to any item regardless of item level.


Worth noting that item level can affect the number of sockets you can roll on a unique with jeweller's orbs. If you get a unique chest for example that is below item level 50 then the only way to 6s it becomes Vorici's bench.

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Item level can affect the ring if someone was to use a vaal orb on it. That said, it is very unlikely that it would affect the value in a negative way (as the item is already close to being considered worthless).

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Can you increase item level Poe?

Can you increase item level Poe?

You can’t increase item level. Ever. ^this. Item Level doesn’t effect the stats on Uniques.

Does item level matter in Path of Exile?

Item level mainly determines what affixes are available to the item. This is not to be confused with the drop level of a normal item (base type), nor the level requirement on a piece of equipment (which is determined by a combination of the base type and its affixes).

Does item level matter in PoE?

Item level doesn’t matter with uniques. The required level is the only thing to look at to see what level you have to be to use an item. The only time item level matters is when you want to add mods to an item. In that case, the available mods vary depending on the item level.

How important is item level PoE?

Item level determines how many sockets an item can have and how high the stats on it can go. Others will have more details about it. It is one of many aspects of the game that need to be made more clear to players.

How many sockets can gloves have Poe?

Four Sockets

How many sockets can items have path of exile?

3 sockets

What does Ilvl mean in Poe?

iLevel

What items can have 6 sockets Poe?

Socket Number by item type

Max Socket NumberItem Type
6Body armours and Two-handed weapons
4Boots, helmets and gloves
3One-handed weapons and shields
0Most Belts, amulets, rings and quivers. Exceptions are Unset Ring, Black Maw Talisman, and Stygian Vise.

Can you add sockets to items Poe?

A Jeweller’s Orb is a currency item that can be used to re-roll the number of sockets on a weapon or piece of armour. The maximum number of sockets is still limited by the type of equipment and item level.

Does fusing stop at 6 Link?

They expend all their fuses without looking at the item after each individual fuse to see if the item is 6 linked or not. Presumably, the process will automatically stop when the item is 6 linked.

How hard is it to 6 link an item Poe?

A test involving 100 000 Orb of Fusings concluded that 836 to 1244 (average 1000) Orb of Fusings are needed to six-link a six-socketed, 20% qualitied item with a 95% confidence interval. This translates into a ~77% chance to six-link within 1500 Orbs of Fusing.

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Every item in Path of Exile has an item level (also referred to as iLevel). This is generally related to the monster level of the area where it is found. Item level mainly determines what affixes are available to the item.

This is not to be confused with the drop level of a normal item (base type), nor the level requirement on a piece of equipment (which is determined by a combination of the base type and its affixes). These are both separate statistics.

Finding an item's item level

To find the item level of an item, hold down the ALT key while hovering the cursor over the item or hold down the left stick (L3) on a XB1 or PS4. The item level will be shown above the level requirements in the item description.

There are two additional ways to find the item level:

  • Lift the item onto the cursor, and type the /itemlevel command into the chat box, while the item is held on the cursor. The item level will be reported in chat.
  • Hover with the mouse over an item linked in chat, and press CTRL+C. This will copy the complete item information to your clipboard, including item level.

All skill gems have an item level of 1. For all other non-quest items, the item level is determined by:

  • For items dropped by monsters, the level of the monster that dropped it. Normal monsters drop items with a level equal to the monster level of the area. Magic monsters drop items with monster level +1. Rare and UniqueMonsters drop items with monster level +2[1].
    • Maps are an exception to this rule. Rare and unique monsters only drop maps 1 level higher, unless dropped by a map boss which can drop 2 levels higher.
  • For items dropped by chests, the monster level of the area that the chest is in
  • For quest rewards and items purchased from vendors, these items have predetermined item levels depending on vendor or quest. For example items bought from vendors in Act 10 will have a higher item level than those bought in Act 1.
  • For items created using a vendor recipe, the item level of the resulting item varies depending on the recipe. For example, there is a recipe that returns one new random magic item in exchange for five magic items of the same base item type. For this recipe, the created item has an item level equal to the lowest item level of the five magic items consumed by the recipe.
  • For race reward items, the item level is always 100.

What item level affects

Item level restricts which random properties an item can receive.

Magic and Rare items can only receive affixes whose level is less than or equal to the item's item level. This is true for almost all items that can receive affixes, such as weapons, armour, flasks, maps, etc. Jewels are the one exception, and follow different affix rules than most items.
The Full set of Rare items Vendor Recipe uses item level to determine what reward to give
The number of sockets that can appear on an item is determined by its item level. Items with a higher item level can receive more sockets. For instance with an item level of 1, an item can have no more than two sockets. Item level has no effect on the number of socket links that an item receives.

(NB: The max number of sockets an item can have are 4 for headgear/gloves/shoes, 3 for shields and one handed weapons such as swords/maces/shields/knives/wands and 6 for chest armour, bows and two handed melee weapons. Having a very high item level doesn't allow for a higher number of sockets than these limits.)

The minimum item level to obtain each number of sockets is as follows:

Number of SocketsMinimum Level
11
21
32
425
535
650

Note that the Strongbox suffix "of Complexity" can override this limit and allow for a higher number of sockets. For example, an item with item level 35 can have 6 sockets instead of 5.

Maximum item level

The highest item level a dropped item can have is 86, from a unique monster in a level 84 zone (Abyssal Depths from a level 83 zone, The Shaper's Realm, Absence of Value and Meaning, Eye of the Storm (Awakening Level 8)). A strongbox with +5 to Item Level in a level 83 map drops item level 88 items. Some divination card rewards give an item level 100 item. All Event rewards have a set item level of 100. Note that currently having an item level of 100 doesn't give any benefits.

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Table Of Contents of this Page

  1. Introduction
  2. Expense vs. Time Saved
  3. Armor
  4. Accessories
  5. Rings
  6. Weapons
  7. What Are the Essential Leveling Items?
  8. If My Build Guide Recommends an Item, Should I Use That Instead?
  9. How Long Should I Use These Items For?

Introduction

The leveling process in Path of Exile can be a daunting one, but a properly equipped character can carve through the content with ease. No matter what build you are leveling, correctly identifying the best uniques to incorporate into your exile will vastly speed up the process of reaching the end-game.

Many of these items have the advantage of being flexible between multiple builds. This means that they can easily be used for multiple types of builds that you are looking to level, without the need for additional investment on a per-character basis.

Virtually all of the leveling items used in Path of Exile can be obtained for relatively cheap prices, and the hours they can save more than compensate for their meager cost. Investing into some leveling uniques is strongly advised for players looking to try out multiple builds and characters over the course of a single league.

Expense vs. Time Saved

Having a few basic leveling uniques around can vastly speed up the leveling process. If you have any interest in leveling a few characters in a league, making a few minor investments towards a basic leveling setup will be a huge boost to your quality of life. Since most of the essential leveling uniques are fairly cheap, the Chaos Orb Chaos Orbs that you spend get that leveling gear will be easily made up and more in the time you will save by leveling faster. This leaves you with more time farming end-game content, where all the orbs you spent could be easily repaid in a single map, delve, or betrayal encounter.

The purchased items can also be easily re-sold, if necessary, once you have finished with it.

Armor

Here we have provided some recommendations for leveling armor, which is largely used by many leveling builds. Some builds feature relatively niche uniques that only make sense within the context of their build, and such items are not advised or mentioned in these sections. For example, an aspiring Necromancer may opt to use The Baron The Baron over the recommended Goldrim Goldrim.

When it comes to leveling gear, these pieces of gear are typically the highest priority, as they provide the bulk of stats that allow you to survive, such as Life and Resistances. If you can afford a Tabula Rasa Tabula Rasa, which are usually quite cheap even early in the leagues, you will rarely experience any roadblocks due to insufficient damage, due to the sheer amount of links.

Helmet

Goldrim Goldrim is the default choice for most leveling builds, providing a massive amount of all elemental Resistances from level 1. Goldrim can be used practically until mapping level if necessary.

Chest

Tabula Rasa Tabula Rasa is one of the most prolific and well known items in the game, and is without any doubt the premium item when it comes to leveling characters. Although Tabula can be somewhat expensive very early the league, it can also be farmed easily via the Humility Humility card. Due to the sheer power a 6-link exerts for some builds, Tabula can be carried all the way into the 80s if necessary.

Skin of the Loyal Skin of the Loyal can be incredible with the proper coloring, however, it is an expensive and unnecessary item given the accessibility of Tabula Rasa Tabula Rasa. A full white-socket Skin of the Loyal is considered one of the ultimate leveling items, however, and can be a luxury purchase made later in the league.

Gloves

Lochtonial Caress Lochtonial Caress can be used from 1, and provide a healthy amount of attack and defense stats. They can be used for a time, but should be upgraded to a proper Rare when the player needs additional defense in the form of Resistances.

Hrimsorrow Hrimsorrow (level 9) and/or its fated version, Hrimburn Hrimburn (level 24), are often used by players leveling with the Blade Vortex Blade Vortex skill.

Sadima's Touch Sadima's Touch can be used from level 9, and work well with bow builds especially.

Boots

Wanderlust Wanderlust are the most accessible and prolific choice for the boot slot. Not only do they offer complete immunity to freeze, which is invaluable before proper flask suffixes can be obtained, but the Wanderlust also provide a 20% Movement Speed roll. This is more than sufficient for most of the leveling process, and can also take you all the way until maps if necessary. They should be swapped out for Rare boots with a superior Movement Speed roll, along with Life and Resistances.

Seven-League Step Seven-League Step are a luxury leveling option that provide an enormous amount of speed, however, they can be extremely expensive to obtain. These boots are a great pickup for players leveling a lot of different builds, and their speedy nature makes them a real joy to play with.

Accessories

Here we have provided a list of some of the most used Accessories for leveling in Path of Exile. Accessories are typically not as important as Armor, but can offer powerful offensive bonuses that accelerate the leveling process.

Typically the most desired leveling uniques in this category cost at least several Chaos Orb Chaos Orbs, which makes them slightly more expensive than standard leveling Armor and Weapons. If you plan on leveling at least one or two more builds after your league starter, you may consider investing a little currency towards acquiring them to speed the process.

Amulets

Sidhebreath Sidhebreath is the ideal choice for players planning on leveling a summoner style build as the Necromancer class. It can be used immediately from level 1, and offers a fair amount of minion defense and damage, as well as cutting down your Mana costs.

Atziri's Foible Atziri's Foible can be used from level 16, and provides a lot of Mana and reduced gem and stat requirements. This amulet can be invaluable for builds that struggle to meet attribute requirements, or find that their Tabula Rasa Tabula Rasa is draining too much Mana due to the reality of having a 6-Link so early in the game.

Daresso's Salute Daresso's Salute (level 16) and Carnage Heart Carnage Heart (level 20) are both great choices for Slayer builds using the famed “overleech” Ascendancy node, Brutal Fervor. The better choice may depend on your specific choice of skill.

Astramentis Astramentis provides a huge helping of stats, which can be very helpful for certain classes and builds, such as the Ascendant. It can be used beginning at level 20.

Sacrificial Heart Sacrificial Heart is an extremely valuable amulet that adds a lot of Elemental damage to attacks. It is most often used by players that are leveling with the popular Vaal Blade Vortex Vaal Blade Vortex skill, and can be used starting from level 32. This amulet is also by far the best option for elemental based bow builds, as well.

Rings

Perandus Signet Perandus Signet is one of the premium leveling items, able to be used at level 1 and granting increased experience gain and chance to receive Scroll of Wisdom Scroll of Wisdoms. The massive Mana regeneration makes Atziri's Foible Atziri's Foible entirely unnecessary and ensures your exile will never have issues with Mana. The price of these rings is variable based on the league.

Berek's Grip Berek's Grip, Berek's Pass Berek's Pass, and Berek's Respite Berek's Respite can all be used at level 20, and offer superb damage and defensive stats. Berek’s Grip is generally the all around best of the three, but the priority may change depending on your build and passive tree. If you are using Perandus Signet Perandus Signets, you should switch to Berek’s rings once you reach the point when you are no longer able to clear normal monsters with a single skill press. The time saved due to the increased damage will more than outweigh the experience bonus, making them the preferable choice. Berek’s Grip is particularly good for builds leveling with lightning skills, like Storm Brand Storm Brand or Arc Arc, as your passive tree is also likely to scale elemental and lightning damage.

Le Heup of All Le Heup of All offers a healthy amount of everything; damage, Resistances, Attributes, and a nice Rarity bonus to top it off. It can be equipped beginning at level 24. Some builds that do not acquire great benefit from any of the Berek’s rings may opt for this option instead.

Thief's Torment Thief's Torment offers a nice defense, but it prevents the player from using other rings. Certain builds, particularly those that hit multiple times or very quickly, can abuse the Life and Mana gain on hit to incredible effect, and it can be equipped beginning at level 30. Cyclone Cyclone and Tornado Shot Tornado Shot are good examples of such skills.

Belts

Darkness Enthroned Darkness Enthroned is the best overall option. It has no level requirement, though it requires you to have Abyssal Jewels prepared in advance that have low or no level requirements. You should also have other higher leveled Abyssal Jewels prepared in advance, so that your character may upgrade to as you level up.

Meginord's Girdle Meginord's Girdle provides a large boost to Strength, which can be invaluable for characters that do not acquire many of those nodes, especially if they use red gems in their builds. The Cold Resistance and Life is also excellent, making this belt a leveling staple for people who do not want to bother with the Abyssal Jewels. Meginord’s can be first equipped at level 8.

Wurm's Molt Wurm's Molt is an alternative to Meginord's Girdle Meginord's Girdle, and can also be equipped at level 8. It grants Intelligence in addition to Strength, as well as Life and Cold Resistance. The Physical Leech for Life and Mana can offer great quality of life for certain builds.

Prismweave Prismweave is great for any builds that can utilize elemental damage with attack skills. Spectral Throw Spectral Throw and Tornado Shot Tornado Shot, for example, are incredible beneficiaries of this belt, and it may be equipped beginning at level 25.

Weapons

Here our some examples of the most prolific weapon uniques used during the leveling process. Weapons are a special case, as they are not as clear cut as the Armor and Accessories. Certain weapons, such as The Poet's Pen The Poet's Pen, have an extremely low level requirement, and remain some of the most powerful weapons in the game even after the end-game arrives. Others, such as Lifesprig Lifesprig, are only meant to be used for a few levels, before being swapped for a more desirable upgrade.

In general, melee builds will find that their weapon makes a much more direct impact on their ease of leveling, as the base damage of the weapon itself is hugely influential. If you are playing a melee build or skill, therefore, it is recommended that you do acquire several of the weapons of your chosen type, so you can upgrade between them as you level up.

For spell based builds, the weapon choice is less influential, although potent upgrades and options remain. That said, a low requirement leveling only item, like Axiom Perpetuum Axiom Perpetuum, could conceivably be used all the way until end-game mapping if you have a Tabula Rasa Tabula Rasa. This is because your skills are less dependent on the weapon to deal damage, and are more heavily influenced by your links and your passive skill tree.

Wands

Lifesprig Lifesprig can be used right away from level one, and has a powerful spread of stats. Since effectively using a 6-Link is not possible immediately in Act I due to the lack of support gems, Lifespring’s +1 Spell Gems is also a very useful affix for the first 10 levels, usually for a Freezing Pulse Freezing Pulse link. Most players leveling elemental and/or spell based builds will opt to switch to Axiom Perpetuum Axiom Perpetuum at level 10, which can be dual wielded.

The Poet's Pen The Poet's Pen can be equipped at level 12, is arguably one of the best leveling items in the game. Poet’s Pens are typically wielded in both hands, and are socketed with skills such as Frenzy Frenzy, Unearth Unearth, and Volatile Dead Volatile Dead. These wands can be used to level any type of build, and are one of the fastest ways to clear the game. The main drawback of Poet’s Pen leveling is that it is extremely expensive to obtain two of these wands, and it does require some basic knowledge of how the item interacts with socketed gems.

Sceptres

Axiom Perpetuum Axiom Perpetuum is one of the best items for leveling spell based builds, as it has a lot of valuable stats and damage and can be equipped quite early in the game (Level 10). Most players that use this item will opt to dual wield them, as there are not many shields worth using in place a duplicate sceptre.

Swords

One Handed Swords

Oni-Goroshi Oni-Goroshi is a very rare drop from Hillock, and it can be extremely expensive. For certain builds, however, it is an incredible weapon for leveling and can easily take you through most of the content the game has to offer. Usable from level 2 onwards, this sword can be one of the most potent leveling uniques when correctly utilized. Due to its rarity and expense, and the build meta shifting largely away from melee however, this item is no longer as commonly used.

Redbeak Redbeak can be used from level 1. Due to its relatively weak stats, Redbeak is typically only used for the first few levels before being discarded for a Magic or Rare option.

Aurumvorax Aurumvorax provides fair damage and a huge helping of Resistances, which can make it a useful choice. It can be used from level 17 onwards.

Fidelitas' Spike Fidelitas' Spike is a niche choice for builds that deal elemental damage, and can be used from level 22 onwards. A Spectral Throw Spectral Throw build is an example of a skill that could make great use of it.

Two Handed Swords

Shiversting Shiversting is the lowest level two-handed sword available, and can be equipped from level 14 onwards. It is equal parts Physical and Elemental damage, and the Cannot be Frozen buff can be a great advantage if you are not already using a pair of Wanderlust Wanderlust boots.

Edge of Madness Edge of Madness deals mixed damage, with an emphasis on Chaos damage. This can be used from level 22 onwards, and is typically the best option until Rigwald's Charge Rigwald's Charge can be equipped.

Rigwald's Charge Rigwald's Charge is an excellent leveling sword for Physical focused builds, and can be equipped from level 44 onwards. This sword offers solid damage stats along with a really nice bit of extra movement speed.

Hiltless Hiltless is a phenomenal item for Slayers with the Headsman Ascendancy node, as they cannot take reflected Physical damage. This sword can be used from level 59 onwards, and is perfect for finishing the story and early mapping.

Kondo's Pride Kondo's Pride is an alternative to Hiltless Hiltless for non Slayer class players, offering great damage that will be a huge asset in the early end-game. Can be used from level 61 onwards.

Axes

One Handed Axes

The Screaming Eagle The Screaming Eagle is an axe that can be equipped very early, starting at level 6, and provides a handful of valuable stats. This is a great weapon early on, and the movement speed boost is perfect for the running through of the early acts.

Relentless Fury Relentless Fury offers fair damage and Culling Strike Support Culling Strike Support on attacks made with the weapon. The high uptime on Onslaught Support Onslaught Support triggered by the weapon’s culling strikes is also great for leveling, due to the increased damage and movement speed. This can be equipped at level 29, and is basically a budget version of The Gryphon The Gryphon.

The Gryphon The Gryphon is an upgraded (fated) version of The Screaming Eagle The Screaming Eagle, usable at level 32. It provides excellent damage and gained on kill, and now comes loaded with 15% movement speed on kill as well. Due to the high leveling speed this item can provide, it can be very useful for the right build to level with, though it can be a little pricey due to rarity of the associated prophecy needed to create the item.

Two Handed Axes

Limbsplit Limbsplit can be used from level 13, and has a solid smattering of stats. Similar to Lifesprig Lifesprig, the +1 Strength gems can actually be quite useful for a few levels, as it is unlikely your character will have a fully 6-Link skill yet, even if you are using a Tabula Rasa Tabula Rasa.

Reaper's Pursuit Reaper's Pursuit is excellent for leveling, and can be used from level 33. The Hits Can’t Be Evaded affix is incredibly valuable, voiding the need to use Resolute Technique, and solving the issue of accuracy many two-handed builds face while leveling.

The Blood Reaper The Blood Reaper offers fair damage and can be obtained cheaply, offering solid defensive and offensive benefits, such as bleeding and leech.

Kaom's Primacy Kaom's Primacy and Ngamahu's Flame Ngamahu's Flame are both great options for rounding out the leveling process. Both can be cheaply obtained, and deal similar base damage – you should go for the one that suits your build better.

Maces

One Handed Maces

Gorebreaker Gorebreaker can be used from the relatively low level of 10, and offers reasonably strong damage. It can be used for a few levels, to speed through Acts I and II without much issue.

Brightbeak Brightbeak can be equipped at level 20, and can be a great weapon for builds that utilize Shield Charge Shield Charge, due to the large attack speed bonus. Brightbeak is generally favored for speed rather than damage, and is better put to use by builds that don’t need a fantastic weapon to output strong damage, such as Blade Vortex Blade Vortex or Righteous Fire Righteous Fire.

Two Handed Maces

Hrimnor's Hymn Hrimnor's Hymn can be acquired and used at level 17, and offers good damage and some welcome life leech.

Geofri's Baptism Geofri's Baptism can be used as early as level 27, and fits perfectly into any builds that utilize Resolute Technique.

Hrimnor's Dirge Hrimnor's Dirge can be a potent choice, and is the fated version of Hrimnor's Hymn Hrimnor's Hymn. Consider upgrading to this item at level 36.

Daggers

Goredrill Goredrill can be used from level 5, and can be obtained extremely cheaply.

Ungil's Gauche Ungil's Gauche can be used from level 20, and offers a good combination of damage stats.

Mightflay Mightflay is a superb leveling dagger, usable from level 35. The bonus strength can be extremely valuable for many classes, such as Shadow, and the Life Gain on Hit is actually quite significant.

Arakaali's Fang Arakaali's Fang is incredibly strong for the right build, but comes with a hefty price tag attached. This weapon can be used from level 53, making it incredibly powerful relative to its level requirement. If you can afford it and it makes sense within your build, this dagger can be used virtually forever, with little need of being replaced.

Claws

Last Resort Last Resort can be used from level 3, and has relatively strong damage despite its low requirement.

Wildslash Wildslash can be used from level 12, and is essentially an upgraded version of Last Resort Last Resort.

Hand of Thought and Motion Hand of Thought and Motion offers good elemental damage, and can be equipped from level 22.

Mortem Morsu Mortem Morsu can be used from level 34, and is quite strong even for builds that do not both with Chaos damage or Poison.

Bows

Storm Cloud Storm Cloud is a great choice for any bow builds that deal primarily Elemental damage, as is common. The damage can be scaled via the passive tree to be quite a potent option that can last well into the 50-60 level range. Storm Cloud can be equipped starting at level 9.

Roth's Reach Roth's Reach is another great choice, particularly if your build still deals some Physical damage, or converts. If you already have Storm Cloud Storm Cloud, switching to Roth’s is not necessary, unless the passive +1 Chain affix is valuable to your skill specifically.

The Tempest The Tempest can be used at level 32, and is the fated version of Storm Cloud Storm Cloud. As with the non-fated version, this bow is a great choice for bow builds that rely heavily on Lightning and other Elemental damage.

Quivers

Craghead Craghead and Cragfall Cragfall can be used at level 5. Neither of them is particularly useful, but if you are leveling a bow build and want to start optimizing as early as possible you can use these.

Hyrri's Bite Hyrri's Bite is a great quiver that can be used at level 10. It provides a nice heap of attributes, some damage and attack speed, and welcome area of effect and life gain on hit.

The Signal Fire The Signal Fire can be used from level 24 onwards. While it does not work in every bow build, this quiver can be great for certain builds specifically, such as Tornado Shot Tornado Shot.

Drillneck Drillneck can be used from level 36 onwards, but is only useful for certain builds, such as Elemental Hit Elemental Hit.

What Are the Essential Leveling Items?

While the list of possibilities in Path of Exile is fairly broad, you do not have to supply every slot your character has with a unique to level quickly and effectively. Just a few core uniques can make a drastic difference, and used between as many characters as you feel like leveling. You can also re-sell the items when you are finished with them, which means there is little downside to acquiring them immediately.

If My Build Guide Recommends an Item, Should I Use That Instead?

Many items in Path of Exile can be weaponized to great effectiveness when utilized by the right build. In this guide, we have recommended items that have a large degree of flexibility and re-usability between multiple builds, which makes them ideal for people who want to level multiple characters without constantly repurchasing. If your build guide recommends an item that your build incorporates well throughout the leveling process, you should absolutely try to purchase them and integrate them into your build.

How Long Should I Use These Items For?

Unfortunately, this is typically a matter of context, and different items have different mileage throughout the leveling process. Tabula Rasa Tabula Rasa, for example, can be used virtually forever if necessary, while a pair of Lochtonial Caress Lochtonial Caress gloves should be replaced by the time you are downing Kitava and entering Act VI. Ensure you keep your Resistances as close to 75% as possible at all times, especially once you are in Act VI and beyond.

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"Socket" redirects here. For sockets in the passive skill tree, see jewel socket.

Item sockets are slots on equipment or resonators into which other items can be placed. There are 3 types of sockets:

Coloured sockets

Colours

Each socket has one of four colours:

Skill gems have to be placed into a socket with the corresponding colour with the exception of white gems and sockets, which can be placed into a socket of any colour or take a gem of any colour respectively.

The random choice of colour for sockets is weighted based upon the magnitude of the relevant attributes (strength, dexterity, intelligence) required to use the item. For example, a low strength requirement (low base-level) pure strength armour item has a higher probability of rolling off-color sockets than a high strength requirement (high base-level) pure strength armour.

White sockets can be obtained through corruption by using a Vaal OrbStack Size: 10Corrupts an item, modifying it unpredictablyRight click this item then left click an item to corrupt it. Corrupted items cannot be modified again.
Shift click to unstack. at a 25% chance.[1] They can also be crafted into an item using an Encrusted FossilStack Size: 10More sockets
Can have white socketsPlace in a Resonator to influence item crafting.
Shift click to unstack. or Vorici's crafting bench in the Immortal Syndicate Research safehouse. The Altar of Corruption in the Temple of Atzoatl has a chance to corrupt an item to have all white sockets.

The colour of sockets can be changed by Chromatic OrbStack Size: 20Reforges the colour of sockets on an itemRight click this item then left click a socketed item to apply it.
Shift click to unstack. reforging or by using the Crafting Bench in your hideout.

Number of sockets

The number of possible sockets on equipment is based on the item level as well as the type of the equipment being used.

The number of sockets can be changed by Jeweller's OrbStack Size: 20Reforges the number of sockets on an itemRight click this item then left click a socketed item to apply it. The item's quality increases the chances of obtaining more sockets.
Shift click to unstack. reforging, using the Crafting Bench in your hideout, an Orb of BindingStack Size: 20Upgrades a normal item to a rare item with up to four linked socketsRight click this item then left click a normal item to apply it.
Shift click to unstack. or a Encrusted FossilStack Size: 10More sockets
Can have white socketsPlace in a Resonator to influence item crafting.
Shift click to unstack.. Corrupted items can only be changed through the Crafting Bench and need an equivalent amount of Vaal OrbStack Size: 10Corrupts an item, modifying it unpredictablyRight click this item then left click an item to corrupt it. Corrupted items cannot be modified again.
Shift click to unstack. as the usual cost of Jeweller's OrbStack Size: 20Reforges the number of sockets on an itemRight click this item then left click a socketed item to apply it. The item's quality increases the chances of obtaining more sockets.
Shift click to unstack., Chromatic OrbStack Size: 20Reforges the colour of sockets on an itemRight click this item then left click a socketed item to apply it.
Shift click to unstack. and Orb of FusingStack Size: 20Reforges the links between sockets on an itemRight click this item then left click a socketed item to apply it. The item's quality increases the chances of obtaining more links.
Shift click to unstack. to change sockets on any corrupted item.

Maximum number of sockets by equipment type

Some items have exceptions to these rules.

Item level

Number of sockets Minimum item level Weight (6S & 3S)Weight (4S)First vendor
1150100Act 1
2112090Act 1
3210080Act 1
4253030Act 3
5355N/AAct 4
6501N/AAct 6

The item level item is generally applicable, but note that there are a few cases where the restriction does not apply:

  • Hillock, upon death, always drops a specific weapon with three differently coloured sockets, which is dependent on your class.
  • Unique items that override the socket mechanics, such as Tabula RasaQuality: +20%
    Movement Speed: -3%Item has no level requirement and Energy Shield (Hidden)
    Item has 6 White Sockets and is fully linked (Hidden) which always has 6 linked white sockets.
  • Items from strongboxes with of Complexityof Complexity
    Suffix
    Contained Items have (1-2) additional Sockets affix
  • Sockets can be crafted to an item using the Crafting Bench ignoring item level restrictions

Links

Sockets can be linked to other sockets in the same item. In order to provide their benefits support skill gems have to be placed in sockets linked to other sockets containing active skill gems.

Multiple support skill gems of the same type can only be applied once to an active skill gem, however it is possible to apply a single support skill gem to multiple active skill gems at once. If multiple support gems of the same type are socketed in the same link, the highest level support is used.

For example, the two skills FireballProjectile, Spell, AoE, Fire
Level: (1-20)
Cost: (6-25) Mana
Cast Time: 0.75 sec
Critical Strike Chance: 6.00%
Effectiveness of Added Damage: 240%
Projectile Speed: 1040
Radius: 9Unleashes a ball of fire towards a target which explodes, damaging nearby foes.1% increased Projectile Speed2% reduced Projectile Speed
3% increased Area of Effect3% increased Effect of non-Damaging Ailments on Enemies
-2% more Damage with Ignite0.25% chance to Debilitate Enemies for 1 second on HitDeals (9-1095) to (14-1643) Fire Damage
(20-39)% chance to Ignite enemies
(50-88)% more Damage with Ignite
Projectiles gain Radius as they travel farther, up to +(0-9) RadiusPlace into an item socket of the right colour to gain this skill. Right click to remove from a socket.Fireball skill icon.png and Freezing PulseSpell, Projectile, Cold
Level: (1-20)
Cost: (5-21) Mana
Cast Time: 0.65 sec
Critical Strike Chance: 6.00%
Effectiveness of Added Damage: 200%
Projectile Speed: 1800An icy projectile which has a chance to freeze enemies it passes through. The projectile fades quickly, reducing damage and freezing chance until it dissipates.2% increased Projectile SpeedProjectiles gain Damage over time, dealing up to 3% more Damage by the time they dissipate
Deals 99% of DamageCannot Pierce EnemiesDeals (8-888) to (12-1332) Cold Damage
Projectiles Pierce all Targets
Projectiles lose Damage over time, dealing up to 50% less Damage by the time they dissipate
Projectiles have 25% chance to Freeze, which is lost over the first quarter of their flight
(0-19)% increased Projectile SpeedPlace into an item socket of the right colour to gain this skill. Right click to remove from a socket.Freezing Pulse skill icon.png may be linked with the support skill Elemental Proliferation SupportCold, Fire, Lightning, Support, AoE
Icon: S
Level: (1-20)
Cost & Reservation Multiplier: 120%Supports any skill that hits enemies, or could otherwise apply elemental ailments.0.5% increased Duration of Elemental Ailments on EnemiesSupported Skills have 1% increased Area of EffectSupported Skills deal 1% increased Damage with Hits and Ailments per Freeze, Shock or Ignite on EnemyElemental Ailments caused by Supported Skills spread to other enemies in a Radius of (12-15)
Supported Skills have 20% chance to Freeze, Shock and Ignite
(0-19)% increased Duration of Elemental Ailments on EnemiesThis is a Support Gem. It does not grant a bonus to your character, but to skills in sockets connected to it. Place into an item socket connected to a socket containing the Active Skill Gem you wish to augment. Right click to remove from a socket. in a three linked item, or Freezing PulseSpell, Projectile, Cold
Level: (1-20)
Cost: (5-21) Mana
Cast Time: 0.65 sec
Critical Strike Chance: 6.00%
Effectiveness of Added Damage: 200%
Projectile Speed: 1800An icy projectile which has a chance to freeze enemies it passes through. The projectile fades quickly, reducing damage and freezing chance until it dissipates.2% increased Projectile SpeedProjectiles gain Damage over time, dealing up to 3% more Damage by the time they dissipate
Deals 99% of DamageCannot Pierce EnemiesDeals (8-888) to (12-1332) Cold Damage
Projectiles Pierce all Targets
Projectiles lose Damage over time, dealing up to 50% less Damage by the time they dissipate
Projectiles have 25% chance to Freeze, which is lost over the first quarter of their flight
(0-19)% increased Projectile SpeedPlace into an item socket of the right colour to gain this skill. Right click to remove from a socket.Freezing Pulse skill icon.png may be replaced by Combustion SupportFire, Support
Icon: i
Level: (1-20)
Cost & Reservation Multiplier: 120%Requires Level 8Supports any skill that hits enemies.Supported Skills deal 0.5% increased Fire DamageIgnites from Supported Skills deal Damage 0.25% fasterIgnites from Supported Skills deal Damage 0.5% slower
Supported Skills deal 1% increased Fire DamageSupported Skills have (30-49)% chance to Ignite
Supported Skills deal (10-29)% more Fire Damage
Enemies Ignited by Supported Skills have -(10-19)% to Fire ResistanceThis is a Support Gem. It does not grant a bonus to your character, but to skills in sockets connected to it. Place into an item socket connected to a socket containing the Active Skill Gem you wish to augment. Right click to remove from a socket. to enhance the FireballProjectile, Spell, AoE, Fire
Level: (1-20)
Cost: (6-25) Mana
Cast Time: 0.75 sec
Critical Strike Chance: 6.00%
Effectiveness of Added Damage: 240%
Projectile Speed: 1040
Radius: 9Unleashes a ball of fire towards a target which explodes, damaging nearby foes.1% increased Projectile Speed2% reduced Projectile Speed
3% increased Area of Effect3% increased Effect of non-Damaging Ailments on Enemies
-2% more Damage with Ignite0.25% chance to Debilitate Enemies for 1 second on HitDeals (9-1095) to (14-1643) Fire Damage
(20-39)% chance to Ignite enemies
(50-88)% more Damage with Ignite
Projectiles gain Radius as they travel farther, up to +(0-9) RadiusPlace into an item socket of the right colour to gain this skill. Right click to remove from a socket.Fireball skill icon.png even more. However linking two instances of Elemental Proliferation SupportCold, Fire, Lightning, Support, AoE
Icon: S
Level: (1-20)
Cost & Reservation Multiplier: 120%Supports any skill that hits enemies, or could otherwise apply elemental ailments.0.5% increased Duration of Elemental Ailments on EnemiesSupported Skills have 1% increased Area of EffectSupported Skills deal 1% increased Damage with Hits and Ailments per Freeze, Shock or Ignite on EnemyElemental Ailments caused by Supported Skills spread to other enemies in a Radius of (12-15)
Supported Skills have 20% chance to Freeze, Shock and Ignite
(0-19)% increased Duration of Elemental Ailments on EnemiesThis is a Support Gem. It does not grant a bonus to your character, but to skills in sockets connected to it. Place into an item socket connected to a socket containing the Active Skill Gem you wish to augment. Right click to remove from a socket. will only provide the bonus of the highest level one.
Spell Totem Support can be linked with most blue Active skills (Arc, SRS, Frostbolt, etc) in a 6 link armor/Tabula Rasa

The number of links can be reforged using an Orb of FusingStack Size: 20Reforges the links between sockets on an itemRight click this item then left click a socketed item to apply it. The item's quality increases the chances of obtaining more links.
Shift click to unstack., the Crafting Bench, an Orb of BindingStack Size: 20Upgrades a normal item to a rare item with up to four linked socketsRight click this item then left click a normal item to apply it.
Shift click to unstack. or a Encrusted FossilStack Size: 10More sockets
Can have white socketsPlace in a Resonator to influence item crafting.
Shift click to unstack..

Order

Generally the order in which skill gems are linked only holds importance for trigger gems and for rounding the mana cost. The order for sockets used is:

If multiple trigger gems are socketed in several equipped items the order will be:

Main hand ⇒ Amulet ⇒ Helm ⇒ Off hand ⇒ Body armour ⇒ Gloves ⇒ Boots

Items with non-standard interactions

Base items

Unique items

  • The Goddess UnleashedOne Handed Sword
    Quality: +20%
    Physical Damage: (52.8-56.4) to (121.2-160.8)
    Critical Strike Chance: (7.20%-8.30%)
    Attacks per Second: 1.50
    Weapon Range: 11Requires Level 52, 104 Str, 122 Dex+475 to Accuracy RatingUses both hand slots
    Item has 6 Sockets and is fully linked (Hidden)
    Adds (3-6) to (33-66) Physical Damage
    (44-66)% increased Critical Strike Chance
    33% increased Ignite Duration on Enemies
    Gain (66-99)% of SwordPhysical Damage as Extra Fire Damage
    Gain Her Blessing for 3 seconds when you Ignite an Enemy
    33% chance to Blind nearby Enemies when gaining Her Blessing
    Cannot be Frozen, Chilled or Ignited with Her Blessing
    20% increased Attack and Movement Speed with Her BlessingAs a maiden I was bound; as a crone was I scorned
    Promised power rarely found, delivered fury fairly thorned.
    Not enough?...Fine. Now I am become both and another
    To take your hand and cradle your talents, not smother
    The consummate flames. So hush, dear, say not a word.
    Bequeathed, betrayed...beloved. At last, I am the third. and Oni-GoroshiOne Handed Sword
    Quality: +20%
    Physical Damage: 6-13.2
    Critical Strike Chance: (8.50%-9.50%)
    Attacks per Second: 1.45
    Weapon Range: 1140% increased Global Accuracy RatingUses both hand slots
    (70-90)% increased Critical Strike Chance
    Adds 2 to 3 Physical Damage to Attacks per Level
    Gain Her Embrace for 3 seconds when you Ignite an Enemy
    While in Her Embrace, take 0.5% of your total Maximum Life and Energy Shield as Fire Damage per second per Level
    Item has 6 Sockets and is fully linked (Hidden)"Your name is Demon Slayer? Really? Good name for rotgut, that."
    She said: I prefer "The Goddess Of Swords". Much more dignified. And accurate.
    "Demon Slayer The Cheap And Nasty it is then. Burns going down, burns coming up?"
    She said: Every single time, Charan. And still...you'll bathe me, and you'll drink my love. Until you can't. always have 6 linked sockets. They are the only one-handed weapons that can have more than three sockets.
  • ActumOne Handed Axe
    Quality: +20%
    Physical Damage: (150.4-173.9) to (278.4-321.9)
    Critical Strike Chance: 5.00%
    Attacks per Second: 1.30
    Weapon Range: 11Requires Level 63, 149 Str, 76 DexHas no Sockets
    (200-250)% increased Physical Damage
    You have no Intelligence
    Critical Strike Chance is (20-30)% for Hits with this WeaponBetter to act without thought
    than to think without action., Kaom's HeartQuality: +20%
    Armour: 931Requires Level 68, 191 StrHas no Sockets
    (20-40)% increased Fire Damage
    +500 to maximum LifeThe warrior who
    fears will fall., Replica Kaom's HeartQuality: +20%
    Armour: 931Requires Level 68, 191 StrHas no Sockets
    (30-40)% increased Lightning Damage
    +500 to maximum Mana"Useless for our purposes, but perhaps we can sell Prototype #5
    to an archmage to fund other experiments.", Kaom's RootsQuality: +20%
    Armour: 289Requires Level 68, 120 StrHas no Sockets
    Cannot be Knocked Back
    +(150-200) to maximum Life
    Action Speed cannot be modified to below base value
    Unwavering StanceDon't flinch. It's a waste of good hitting time., and The Grey SpireWarstaff
    Quality: +20%
    Physical Damage: 87.6-163.2
    Critical Strike Chance: 6.50%
    Attacks per Second: (1.56-1.69)
    Weapon Range: 13Requires Level 68, 113 Str, 113 Int+20% Chance to BlockSpell Damage while wielding a StaffHas no Sockets
    (250-300)% increased Global Damage
    (20-30)% increased Attack Speed
    +(1-4)% to all maximum ResistancesThere was never a simpler time.
    Just simpler motivations. do not have any sockets.
  • Malachai's ArtificeRequires Level 5Has 1 SocketSocketed Gems have Elemental Equilibrium
    -20% to all Elemental Resistances
    +(75-100)% to Fire Resistance when Socketed with a Red Gem
    +(75-100)% to Cold Resistance when Socketed with a Green Gem
    +(75-100)% to Lightning Resistance when Socketed with a Blue Gem
    All Sockets are WhiteWhen the wind blows,
    Know which way to bend
    and watch the others break. always has a white socket and grants stats based on the colour of the gem socketed into the item.
  • Prismatic EclipseOne Handed Sword
    Quality: +20%
    Physical Damage: (108-120) to (188.4-199.2)
    Critical Strike Chance: 5.00%
    Attacks per Second: 1.30
    Weapon Range: 11Requires Level 53, 91 Str, 91 Dex40% increased Global Accuracy Rating+8% Chance to BlockAttack Damage while Dual Wielding
    Adds (60-70) to (71-80) Physical Damage
    25% increased Global Physical Damage with Weapons per Red Socket
    12% increased Global Attack Speed per Green Socket
    0.4% of Physical Attack Damage Leeched as Mana per Blue Socket
    +2 to Melee Strike Range per White Socket"A raging Solaris seared and contorted the orb's surface.
    A despairing Lunaris filled the scars with her tears.
    Yet Viridi remained, trapped within, forever more."
    - Azmerian Creation Myth, ScaevaOne Handed Sword
    Quality: +20%
    Physical Damage: (154.8-175.2) to (243.6-278.4)
    Critical Strike Chance: (5.75%-6.25%)
    Attacks per Second: 1.30
    Weapon Range: 11Requires Level 60, 113 Str, 113 Dex40% increased Global Accuracy RatingAdds (75-92) to (125-154) Physical Damage
    (15-25)% increased Critical Strike Chance
    0.3% of Physical Attack Damage Leeched as Life per Red Socket
    +10% to Global Critical Strike Multiplier per Green Socket
    0.3% of Physical Attack Damage Leeched as Mana per Blue Socket
    8% increased Global Defences per White Socket
    (60-80)% increased Global Critical Strike Chance when in Main Hand
    +8% Chance to BlockAttack Damage when in Off HandEven from the back rows,
    the whistling steel was mesmerising.
    They watched the dance in the arena dust, silent as the dead.
    A spell only broken by the spilling of blood., and Crown of the TyrantQuality: +20%
    Armour: 192
    Energy Shield: 37Requires Level 58, 64 Str, 64 IntHas 1 Socket
    +(50-175) to maximum Life
    Nearby Enemies have -10% to all Resistances
    You and Nearby Allies have 64 to 96 added Fire Damage per Red Socket
    You and Nearby Allies have 56 to 88 added Cold Damage per Green Socket
    You and Nearby Allies have 16 to 144 added Lightning Damage per Blue Socket
    You and Nearby Allies have 47 to 61 added Chaos Damage per White SocketYou will know if your subjects follow you from fear or respect when you have your first moment of weakness.
    If it's the former, they will tear you into pieces like rabid dogs. grant stats based on the colour of the sockets in the item.
  • Tabula RasaQuality: +20%
    Movement Speed: -3%Item has no level requirement and Energy Shield (Hidden)
    Item has 6 White Sockets and is fully linked (Hidden) always has 6 white linked sockets.
  • Skin of the LoyalQuality: +20%
    Movement Speed: -3%Item has no level requirement and Energy Shield (Hidden)
    Sockets cannot be modified
    +1 to Level of Socketed Gems
    100% increased Global Defences
    Item has 6 Sockets and is fully linked (Hidden)We happily give our limbs.
    A net woven to keep safe the bones of the Lords.This item can be transformed with a Blessing of Chayula and Skin of the LordsQuality: +20%
    Movement Speed: -3%Item has no level requirement and Energy Shield (Hidden)
    Sockets cannot be modified
    +1 to Level of Socketed Gems
    100% increased Global Defences
    You can only Socket Corrupted Gems in this item
    Item has 6 Sockets and is fully linked (Hidden)
    <Random Keystone>
    CorruptedThe Lords are chosen so carefully.
    Only they may grace His flesh. always come with six linked sockets that are randomly colored. These cannot be modified with the crafting bench.
  • Dialla's MalefactionQuality: +20%
    Energy Shield: 88
    Movement Speed: -3%Requires Level 37Gems can be Socketed in this Item ignoring Socket Colour
    Gems Socketed in Red Sockets have +1 to Level
    Gems Socketed in Green Sockets have +10% to Quality
    Gems Socketed in Blue Sockets gain 25% increased Experience
    Has no Attribute RequirementsHe took me by my hand, promised me power beyond compare.
    But i did not do it for power.
    I did it for love.
    And I'd do it again in an instant. does not need to have the socketed gems match the socket colors, effectively functioning as white sockets.
  • LoreweaveQuality: +20%
    Armour: 452
    Energy Shield: (122-164)
    Movement Speed: -5%Requires Level 64, 90 Str, 105 IntHas 6 Sockets
    +(8-24) to all Attributes
    Adds (4-10) to (14-36) Physical Damage to Attacks
    (20-60)% increased Global Critical Strike Chance
    +(15-50) to maximum Energy Shield
    +(20-60) to maximum Life
    +(20-50) to maximum Mana
    (6-30)% increased Rarity of Items found
    (15-50)% increased Elemental Damage
    Your Maximum Resistances are (76-78)%When it comes to finding a use for surplus,
    a rich man has within himself
    boundless creativity. always has 6 sockets.
  • ShadowstitchQuality: +20%
    Armour: (1217-1546)
    Evasion: (1217-1546)
    Energy Shield: (236-300)
    Movement Speed: -3%Requires Level 72, 66 Str, 66 Dex, 66 Int<2 Random corrupted implicit modifiers>Has an additional Implicit Mod
    +(20-30) to all Attributes
    (250-350)% increased Armour, Evasion and Energy Shield
    Recover (3-5)% of Life on Kill
    Recover (3-5)% of Energy Shield on Kill
    -(6-4)% to all Resistances for each Corrupted Item Equipped
    8% increased Maximum Energy Shield for each Corrupted Item Equipped
    6% increased Maximum Life for each Corrupted Item Equipped
    Item has 6 Sockets and is fully linked (Hidden)
    CorruptedDestined for sacrifice, they were dressed in garments that blurred the lines between this world and the next. always has 6 linked sockets.
  • Maloney's MechanismRequires Level 45Has 1 SocketHas 2 Sockets
    Trigger a SocketedBow Skill when you Attack with a Bow
    (7-12)% increased Attack Speed
    +(50-70) to maximum Life
    5% chance to Blind Enemies on Hit with AttacksMidnight tinkering begets midday murdering;
    a sinister shaft surreptitiously shot slays a scoundrel.
    I will see them again, but not until my work is done. always has 3 sockets, one of which can be lost if replaced by a vaal implicit.
Unique items from races

All Descent: Champions unique items have three white, linked sockets (except for Slivers of ProvidenceAdds 1 to 4 Physical Damage to BowAttacks+10% to all Elemental Resistances
50% increased Duration of Elemental Ailments on Enemies
10% chance to Freeze, Shock and Ignite
Gain 25% of Weapon Physical Damage as Extra Damage of a random ElementInto darkness, horror, madness...
So goes the descent. and Chains of Time(12-24)% increased Global Physical Damage10% increased Elemental Damage
30% increased Life Recovery from Flasks
30% increased Mana Recovery from Flasks
30% reduced Flask Effect DurationInto darkness, horror, madness...
So goes the descent.).

Related divination cards

There are divination cards that grant items with a high number of sockets and links.

ItemEffect(s)
Bowyer's Dream6Six-Link Harbinger Bow
Item Level:91If this is my dream, I don't wish to wake.
Six-Link Harbinger Bow
Item Level:91
Draped in Dreams5Six-Linked Body Armour
Item Level:100
Influenced ItemThe suit I wear,
Is heavy and bare.
A canvas, it seems,
breathing life into dreams.
Six-Linked Body Armour
Item Level:100
Influenced Item
Emperor of Purity7Six-Link Holy Chainmail
Item Level:60True to his title,
Voll, newly crowned,
had many of the
Eternal Empire's signature
extravagances destroyed.
Six-Link Holy Chainmail
Item Level:60
Imperial Legacy22Six-Link Imperial Bow
Item Level:100A life lost, A legacy born.
Six-Link Imperial Bow
Item Level:100
The Celestial Justicar6Six-Link Astral PlateWrapped in the glory of the heavens, she comes to mete out justice for the fallen.Six-Link Astral Plate
The Chains that Bind11Six-Link Body ArmourScarier than any criminal is an innocent man in chains, for when he breaks free, his revenge will be justified.Six-Link Body Armour
The Dapper Prodigy6Six-Link Body Armour
Item Level:100"Many believe murder is a grisly, grim, and grotesque crime. Then there are those who simply make art of it."
Six-Link Body Armour
Item Level:100
The Dark Mage6Six-Link Staff
Item Level:55With staff in hand
and wrath in heart,
your soul and corpse
shall surely part.
Six-Link Staff
Item Level:55
Sours: https://pathofexile.fandom.com/wiki/Item_socket
POE How To Make 6 Link Item - Watch This Before Linking Your Item!!!

PoE Socket Number Item Level, Max Craft, Change 6 Sockets

The socket number is based on item type and item level.

Socket Number by item type

Max Socket NumberItem Type
6Body armours and Two-handed weapons
4Boots, helmets and gloves
3One-handed weapons and shields
0Most Belts, amulets, rings and quivers. Exceptions are Unset Ring, Black Maw Talisman, and Stygian Vise.

Some items have exceptions to these rules.

Socket Number by item level

Items with a higher item level can receive more sockets. The minimum item level to obtain each number of sockets is as follows:

Max Socket NumberMinimum Item Level
11
21
32
425
535
650

PoE Socket Number Recipe

The socket number vendor recipe requires a single item with 6 sockets.

Jeweller's Orb Recipe

Socket Number Crafting

1. How to get the max number sockets

The number of sockets can be changed by the following ways:

  • Jeweller’s OrbJeweller’s Orb reforges the number of sockets on an item randomly.
  • Use Crafting Bench recipes in your hideout to get the max socket numbers.
  • Vivid Leech SeedVivid Leech Seed: reveals a random Socket number crafting effect when Harvested.

2. Jeweller’s Orb Crafting – get a random result

Jeweller’s Orbs are primarily used to randomly change the number of sockets an item, subject to the limitations enforced by the item’s item level. If an item has some quality, each 1% quality improves the result by 1%. The sockets of an item reforged by a Jeweller’s OrbJeweller’s Orb also come with random links and colors. A Jeweller’s orb will always roll a different number of sockets then the item had originally, but will not reroll an item with maximum sockets.

In general the exact chances of obtaining a given number of sockets is unknown, but in the case of weapons the following is known:

Number of SocketsMinimum Item LevelChance
1132.68%
2129.41%
3226.14%
4259.80%
5351.63%
6500.33%

*These chances are specifically for weapons.

3. Crafting Bench Recipes – get the max socket numbers

If one is risk-averse and wants to avoid randomness, one can instead use the Crafting Bench recipe found in Delve mine. Using the Bench to craft sockets overrides the item level socket restrictions (i.e. it is possible to craft 6 sockets on an item level 1 body armour).

Socket crafting recipes unlock locations: it can be found in the Azurite Mine at specific kinds of nodes.

4. Socket Number Harvest

Vivid Leech SeedVivid Leech Seed is a Harvest tier 1 seed. It reveals a random Socket number crafting effect when Harvested.

Socket Number Harvest

Path of Exile Guides & Tips

Sours: http://www.vhpg.com/poe-socket-number/

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