In Path of Exile, I think that running Abyssal fissures and Breaches feels a lot better than running into a Bestiary pack, I think everyone more or less feels this way. Also not enough Alch drops blah blah blah, clear speed meta, blah blah, too many nets, blah. Can solve lots of these problems if doing a capture gave you a lot of loot.
Regular Rare Beasts – 50% IIQ/IIR Yellow Beast mod – 200% IIQ/IIR Red Beast mod – 500% IIQ/IIR. Ballpark figures, I have no idea how IIQ/IIR works with rare mobs. Would promote capturing under league mods/shaper/elder and just messing with beast capturing in general.
However, some players do not agree with my point of view, they think that Beasts with league mods could use to drop better in general (or, even better, recipes could use a large improvement overall) but they disagree with netting them granting extra loot, forcing players to net everything (that’s rare), especially since there’s a cap on how many beasts of each type you can have in your menagerie.
What they’d like to see (assuming they don’t manage to make all recipes useful):
1. Make beasts with bestiary mods in high level areas harder. While yellow ones need a huge buff, even red ones could use a small bump in maps.
2. Improve their loot to be proportionate to their difficulty and your time investment. (Do the same for map bosses while you’re at it.)
3. Make them drop loot again when you defeat them in your menagerie. That way all the ‘cheap’ recipes wouldn’t feel like such a waste of your time.
And some players think that either this or let them drop loot a second time when you kill them in the menagerie. it feels so garbage to kill yellow monsters and get nothing but a random thing in a box on the floor.
What’s your opinion? If you are new to the game and don’t want to mess up your first build (which will probably still happen), follow some build guide from our website. Another option is to just mess around yourself and see how things work but sometimes it can get frustrating if you cannot kill monsters/progress further, so be careful with it.