The idea behind Bestiary is simple: While roaming around maps, you can throw a web on any monster which qualifies as a monster and, even if its diminished enough, catch it. Each captured monster is saved on your personal menagerie--a warrior that acts like a hideout where you are able to invite your buddies to hang out. A new bestiary menu categorizes all the hundreds of critters you can capture and helps track your progress if you are the type of person thats--wait for buy RS gold this--gotta catch 'em all.
Your menagerie is not only a place to gawk over your recorded creatures, however. The Blood Altar is an arena where you are able to perform the Sacrifice of Combat, allowing you to fight up to four of your captured monsters in market for a crafted item. All those 250 regular monsters and 40 new legendary beasts has their own OSRS gold alterations that can alter the results of your crafted recipe, therefore monsters are basically a crafting material which you use in different combinations to produce unique outcomes.
Wilson explains that while it might be tempting to attempt to catch every monster you see, seasoned Path of Exile players are going to want to hunt down more unique types with special modifications. By way of instance, a rare monster with strong ability modifiers will have those very same modifiers if you fight them in the arena, therefore fights will be more challenging but the rewards might be useful.
Forty new legendary creatures will provide an even greater challenge, both if capturing or sacrificing them. Contrary to their typical counterparts, these cheap RuneScape gold beasts have OSRS gold completely new abilities that hit much tougher than Path of Exile players might expect, and they will not submit to capture almost as easily.Taking the opportunity to hunt down monsters with strong mods will pay off, nonetheless.