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The fractional XX/YY format is useful for when you need to do the reverse, . sell chaos orbs for exalted. Then you set "~b/o 6/65 exalted" on your chaos orb. Think of it as selling a chaos orb for a 6/65'th of exalted.
Path of Exile: How to trade with other players guide | PC
To find out what other players have for sale, use . This tool, built into Path of Exile's website, let's you search through items that other players have marked for sale.
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I could give a whole seminar on what items are worth selling to other players and which ones are worth dumping at an NPC vendor. There is no simple answer to this and items value can change wildly over the course of a patch. But there are some simple steps you can take to find out if an item might be worth some money.
When typing in the search box, pressing Enter or clicking outside the search box will remove focus from the search box (allowing normal keyboard bindings to be used). Pressing Escape will clear the text and remove focus from the search box.
Once the player joins a Guild , each town and hideout will also have a Guild Stash near the regular stash. Guild stash contents are shared with all members of the guild, with view/add/remove permissions as set by the Guild Leader. These permissions are set separately for leader, officer, and regular members, and can be applied to each tab by right clicking on its name.
In Path of Exile, trading items with other players is a whole other game in itself. Nearly every piece of loot you find while adventuring can be traded away, and if you know the right stuff to look for you can make an absolutely absurd amount of money. But what if you don't know how to trade in Path of Exile? Don't sweat it. This guide covers all the basics.
When you drop any gear into this premium tab, you can right click it and set its price, choosing how many of a certain type of crafting resource you want someone to pay for it. Then, assuming it's priced reasonably and is an item people actually want, other players will soon start messaging you.
Note how you need one orb per one offer. For example, if you're selling ex for 65 chaos or 655 fuse, split the stack, price one ex at "~b/o 65 chaos" and another at "~b/o 655 fuse".
At the bottom of the Stash page is a powerful search tool labeled "Highlight Items". By typing keywords or using other special search syntax, items in the Stash matching the search query will be highlighted with a yellow border and all other items will be greyed out. This does not change Stash behavior - players can still pick up a greyed out item.
Unlike other online RPGs, Path of Exile doesn't have any sort of in-game infrastructure to facilitate trading with other players. There's no auction house to browse, so the only way to trade is to physically find a person and manually start a trade with them. It's a pretty standard interface where you can each drag items from your inventory into the trade window, which requires both players to agree before the trade is finalized.
The stash is a large inventory, accessible by all characters the player has in the same league. The stash is located in each of the game's towns as well as in hideouts.
Note that this filter isn't perfect. Since GGG doesn't provide the list of online players, it's crowdsourced (via Acquisition and other tools) and will be imprecise.
If you've just started playing , a big part of what makes Path of Exile cool is its complex bartering economy. Unlike, say, Diablo 8, there's no single currency like gold that you use to purchase items from NPC vendors or other players. Instead, trading in Path of Exile is done in a variety of currencies that also double as crafting resources. When you sell loot to a vendor, they'll also pay you in these currencies. It's a little bit complicated, but don't sweat it too much before long, you'll start to get the hang of things.
The format uses is "~b/o XX/YY currency" or "~b/o XX currency". The second is simple, example: You can sell an exalted orb for 65 chaos by right clicking and setting "Price" to "65 chaos".