Path of Exile 3.10 and Delirium League is almost here. With all the new Notables and Passive Tree changes, there’s a ton of new stuff to deal with. POE 3.10 POE Currency will completely alter the meta-game and the Path of Exile 3.10 league starter builds selected for this league are going to be wild. With the number of lighting skills and changes alone, I expect a fair few players to opt for Miners of some sort, say a Lightning Spire Mines of some kind. Spellcaster archetypes will also be very prevalent with the Wands changes. Summoner got nerfed into the floor this league with hits to Zombies, Skeletons and Spectres. Path of Exile 3.10 league starter builds will definitely trend towards trying out the new skills this league.

Path of Exile 3.10 Delirium has arrived, bringing a series of major changes and improvements, while attracting a large number of new players and getting a good response. For new players, the most important aspects are Class, Build, and POE Currency . To this end, we bring the Path Of Exile Delirium Guide for your reference.

Impale Cyclone Champion

a lot of popular archetypes for League Starter builds have been nerfed in Patch 3.10, but Impale remains untouched. And with the introduction of new Notable Passives, you can only expect this Impale Cyclone build to be even more powerful. Champion is one of the best Ascendancies for a League Starter, mainly because it offers the highest flat Physical Damage bonus from Impale. Also, Master of Metal is the single-best leveling Ascendancy Passive, giving you a ton of Flat Physical Damage even on low-levels, making it a perfect League Starter choice, as you can progress fast without having to upgrade you weapons constantly. At the same time, Champion offers very solid defenses, and with slightly higher investment in gear, you get the melt any Boss in the game within seconds. Our recommended setup includes end-game gear options, but the build itself is rather straightforward and you should have no problems finding gear replacements early in the League

Frostbolt Totem Hierophant

Totems are always a very good choice for starting a new League, and Frostbolt Totem Hierophant provides one of the highest end-game DPS and very good clear speeds by covering your entire screen with its icy projectiles. We are yet to thoroughly test the new additions from Patch 3.10 which may possibly greatly increase this builds' end-game potential. One of the new additions that we do want to try out is the new Arcane Cloak Guard Spell and Hierophants high Mana pool for extra defensive utility and possible decent Lightning Damage bonus

Essence Drain + Contagion

If chaos spells, curses, and general warlock vibe are more appealing to you, then this is definitely the right choice. One of the best farming builds in the entire game, it uses a very simple combo between two spells to spread a chaos damage-over-time debuff from a single enemy to all nearby mobs. Sometimes, it’s enough to cast this combo once and everything you can see on the screen dies almost instantly. This makes it perfect for a league whose main mechanic is spawn tons of monsters coming in from every direction. You get pretty much all the necessary skill gems very early on, so you don’t need to use other spells while leveling. And since most lower level monsters don’t have much chaos resistance, you’ll cut through them like a hot knife through butter. The build is also not at all gear dependent but rather gains most of its efficiency from gem levels and passives. This makes it ideal for a league starter as it allows you to push through the game without having to slow down because you couldn’t find certain items. While the end-game version of the build requires a specific unique helmet, that can be skipped until you start running red tier maps.

Scourge Arrow Ranger build

Incredibly fast paced and with amazing clearing capabilities, this poison build is a farming and leveling beast. Firing a charged, piercing arrow will create spore pods which explode into countless projectiles that shred enemies to bits and poison them. No special aiming or targeting is required and this fits perfectly with the new league mechanic of spawning a large number of monsters from all directions. Most of its efficiency comes from gems and passives rather than gear, making it perfect for the first days of a new league. It doesn’t really need any mandatory uniques and even its best-in-slot gear is usually really cheap. Just grab any bow with decent attack speed and you’re good to go. Focus on your other gear on defenses and you’ll cruise through story mode and the first Atlas tiers. And, as any respectable farmer, it’s able to run literally every map mod and that is a huge advantage when you start going through the Atlas. You won’t waste any time or currency to reroll maps and get many more drops, greatly boosting your efficiency.

Blade Vortex Chieftain Build

Blade Vortex is one of the most powerful Spells in the Path of Exile. It spawns ethereal Blades that orbit around you, dealing increased damage for each active Blade. In this build, even on a relatively accessible budget, you get to dish out millions of Shaper DPS. Blade Vortex requires you, however, to stay in the Melee range to deal the damage, so picking up a sturdy class like Chieftain is recommended. You benefit from very high Life, Armour Rating, and Life Leech allowing you to fight any Boss in the game, making it a fully end-game viable Starter build. It's worth noting, that defeating the toughest enemies will require slightly more investments in gear, mainly into +3 Bow that lets you socket Empower Support and take Blade Vortex's DPS to a whole new level

We hope that this list of Path of Exile: Delirium Starter Builds will be helpful to your career in the world of Wraiclast, and don't forget to click here to our other Path of Exile Delirium Builds and guides! Sure, if you don't have enough time to get currency, you can try to Buy Poe Currency is a secure POE Currency Shop