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Diablo 3: Reaper of Souls Gold and XP Farming Guide
The purpose of this guide is to showcase some of the exploits that many Diablo 3: Reaper of Souls players have come across. It will not only help you earn insane amount of Gold, but you will also level up way too faster than average players.
Now, before I begin, let me add that the first method is not an enjoyable experience since it doesn’t involve any killing whatsoever. Furthermore, I’m sure the methods will soon be patched so you need to hurry up.
Diablo 3: Reaper of Souls Gold and XP Farming
Before you begin, I would recommend going for Torment VI since it will provide more Gold and other valuables. For more help on Diablo 3: Reaper of Souls, read our Legendary Materials Drop Locations, Crusader Torment Builds, Legendary Items and Vecin Kvetchin Achievement Guide.
Once you have changed your difficulty settings, start the Adventure Mode and get to the Rakkis Crossing Waypoint in Act III. Go straight until you get to a staircase on your left.
At times, you will come across a fallen soldier at the base of the stairs with a Quest. And you need to complete the Quest which involves heading up the stairs to talk to a man. You can keep on repeating this process over and over again until you get your desired amount of XP and Gold.
The process can further be facilitated with 2-3 players which will increase your chances of getting the Quest. Once a player has found the Quest, he/she can invite over other friends, but while playing Solo, the chances of finding the Quest are about 20%.
Props to Rhykker for finding this out! Check out his video for more information!
The other method is pretty much the same as above, but it involves heading to Defiled Crypt (Cemetery of Forsaken) and completing The Matriarch’s Bones side-quest.
Once again, I would ask you to play on Torment VI and trying not killing anyone in the process or engage in any other activity other than the quest.
Rinse and repeat! For more information, check out Toan Bui’s video demonstration!