Wolcen: Lords of Mayhem

How to Get Primordial Affinity In Wolcen: Lords of Mayhem

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Primordial Affinity is a key element in Wolcen: Lords of Mayhem. It acts like a currency that is used to increase your skill level by speaking with Demetra in town. Leveling up your skills is highly important to perform on the battlefield of Diablo-esque title. In our Wolcen Primordial Affinity guide, we will discuss tips to get more of this currency.

How to Get Primordial Affinity

Apart from upgrading your the Primordial Affinity is used to reset passive skills as well. When you are playing Wolcen you will loot Enneract that are used to unlock new spells. However, if you already know the spell you will get Primordial Affinity instead of Enneract. Keep in mind that Enneract bought from Demetra will only be good for 10 Primordial Affinity but Enneract looted from mob and chests give you 100 Primordial Affinity.

If you want more Primordial Affinity in Wolcen you can by Enneract for the spells you already know. Speak to Demetra to buy Enneract for spells you know already to get PA instead. You can get 10 Primordial Affinity for 2000 gold. If you loot an Enneract speak with Demetra to see if he sells the same one, that allows you to buy it for 2000 Gold and use the one you looted to get 100 Primordial Affinity. It is a good idea to buy all Enneract from Demetra if you have enough gold with you. Prioritize the ones of your class. As you don’t need the ones that aren’t for your class, stock them in your personnel chest. When you have enough money you can buy them and use them to unlock skills, and then use the looted ones to get 100 Primordial Affinity in Wolcen: Lords of Mayhem.

This marks the end of our Wolcen: Lords of Mayhem Primordial Affinity farming guide. If you need more help with the game check out our Wolcen guides hub.

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