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Making Poe Chaos with Battle Born Divination Cards

Divination cards are a great way to add some excitement to your item hunting in Path of Exile. With the right cards, you can get some great items that you wouldn't find otherwise. Today, we'll be making Poe Chaos Orbs with Battle born Divination Cards.

Battleborn Divination Cards are worth around 2 chaos each, so we'll start by putting in an item. We got a Bitter Dream Replica, which is worth around 15 chaos. Then we got a Bitter Blossom, a level 21 chaos gem with 23 quality. This is worth around 20 chaos. We take it and add chaos damage. This is worth around 38 chaos, so we're already making a profit.


Now we'll start looking for the two big items. We got Atziri's Promise, which is worth around 3 chaos, and then we got Dorian's Catalyst, which is worth around 10 chaos. Next, we got a corrupted shield. We got Titukio Span, which is worth around 1 chaos, and then Crest of Parandos, which is worth around 1 chaos.


We got some other items that aren't worth much, such as Rise of the Phoenix, which is worth around 1 chaos, and Oppressor, which is worth around 1 chaos. We got some other items that aren't worth much, such as Mali Garo's Lens, which is worth around 1 chaos.


Finally, we got some interesting items. We got a King Maker, which is worth around 20 divine, and a Soul Taker, which is worth around 10 divine. We also got a Calamity Primacy, which is worth around 1 chaos, and a Limp Split, which is worth around 1 chaos.


Unfortunately, this gambling session wasn't very successful, as we only got items that weren't worth much. Next time, we'll try gambling with jewelry and belts instead of divination cards to see if we can get better items. Good luck!

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