There are many unique amulets in POE that can be found, and some of them offer more benefits than others. In this post, we will list out the best ones to look for when playing Path of Exile. If you’re looking for a guide on how to find these items or want to have something specific in mind while you play, then read on! Our list includes things like rare jewelry with interesting properties such as intelligence-gaining amulets or those that help increase your maximum life pool.
Some players may prefer having an amulet with multiple stats instead of one singular stat, so this article is made specifically for them! We will list out the best and most interesting ones that have multiple stats.
The most important stat to consider is life, as this determines how much damage you can take before dying in combat. The more life you have, the better! Other useful secondary properties are intelligence-gaining amulets or those that help increase your maximum life pool. This article has been created with them in mind!
One of these items mentioned here might be selling for a higher price than others on auction house right now because it’s currently “hot” but if it doesn’t sell after some time then chances are its value will go down until someone picks up such an amulet again at a lower price point. It’s always good to know what the current prices are for popular items on the Path of Exile market.
Another thing to keep in mind is that there are some trade-offs when it comes to choosing between amulets with higher and lower values, so you’ll need a bit of trading experience or just luck for this one!
Some people might prefer to use a more traditional form of protection and carry around their favorite saint’s medal or wear a cross. Others might find these methods too constricting and want something that is more fluid in its application, such as an amulet. Amulets are one of the oldest forms of protection, with the earliest known being found in Sumeria from 3500BCE. They have been used throughout history by many cultures, including Egyptians, Greeks, Romans and Muslims. The most popular amulets for sale today are those using protective symbols like pentagrams or hex signs (which are actually called “hexagrams”). Some other common symbols include the Eye of Horus, which wards off evil spirits; the Ankh symbol which grants life force
Unique Amulet: The Broken Faith
This amulet grants an additional +25% block chance while also granting intelligence as its main property (+12 int). It has two secondary properties which make it even more desirable – movement speed (22%) and increased accuracy rating (14%). That’s three stats from only one unique item instead of having to use up multiple slots on gear due to not being able to find other pieces with the same stats as these! This should definitely be considered when looking for an amulet to use.
The Broken Faith grants the wearer increased intelligence (+12 int) in addition to having two secondary properties – movement speed (22%) and accuracy rating (14%). This means that it can take up one gear slot, instead of three due to not being able to find other pieces with the same stats as this item. Definitely worth considering if you’re looking for a unique amulet!
Unique Amulet: The Unending Hunger This is another interesting choice because it’s two-handed weapon which deals additional damage against foes on full life thanks to its main property – “life leech,” while also granting some amount of elemental resistance (-30% fire and cold resistances). Since there are a few different amulets that grant elemental resistances, it certainly doesn’t make this item stand out in terms of stats. But what does set The Unending Hunger apart is the fact that it can be upgraded by using a Catarina Weapon Upgrade Orb – and there are only two weapon upgrade orbs for Amulets.
Unique Amulet: Eye Gouger This amulet grants an increased chance to stun enemies (15% on hit) which means if you’re looking to play as a melee character or tank, then Eye Gouger might just be worth your time considering its main property – “increased area of effect.” It also has another interesting secondary property called “causes bleeding”.