Attributes And Stats Of Path Of Exile

For most beginners, they may not be too familiar with the Path of Exile. Therefore, today, I will explain the attributes and stats of Path of Exile.

Attributes (STR, INT, DEX) are gained only from item affixes and passive nodes. Leveling up gives no stat bonuses.

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Each additional 10 attribute points give:

  • 10 strength = +5 HP, +2% Melee Physical Dmg
  • 10 intelligence = +5 Mana, +2% Energy Shield
  • 10 dexterity = +20 Accuracy, +2% Evasion

The defensive stats are:

  • Evasion, which is a chance to avoid a damaging hit from attacks, it is entropy-based to avoid streaky results. It is also affected by accuracy.
  • Energy shield, which grants extra hit points that rapidly regenerate after not taking any damage for a short time.
  • Dodge, which is a chance to avoid a damaging hit, it is not entropy-based like evasion.
  • Block, which is a chance to block a damaging hit.
  • Armour, which mitigates incoming physical damage from a damaging hit, proportional to how much Armour you have compared to damage taken.
  • Resistances, which mitigates incoming elemental and chaos damage.

The offensive stats are:

  • Accuracy, which is a measure of your chance-to-hit your target(s) with attacks.
  • Damage, which indicates how much damage you will inflict with each attack/spell, on your target(s), if your attack/spell is successful.
  • Attack speed, which is how quickly you can repeat each attack.
  • Cast Speed, which is how quickly you can repeat each spell cast.
  • Critical strike chance, which is how high your chance is to perform a critical strike
  • Body armour and shields can have movement penalties (typically the heavier ones).

Dual wielding grants:

  • 10% more Attack Speed while Dual Wielding
  • 15% additional Block Chance while Dual Wielding
  • 20% more Attack Physical Damage while Dual Wielding

Maximum block chance is normally capped at 75%, but this cap can be overcome to a certain extent, with certain items. If you would’ve been stunned, there’s a blocking animation, otherwise the block is “free”. Only Attacks can be blocked or evaded, unless you have Spell Block from passives or an item – for example, Saffell’s Frame.

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