How to get Primordial Affinity in Wolcen: Lords of Mayhem

Learn how to get Primordial Affinity so you can levels up and reset your skills in Wolcen: Lords of Mayhem.

To take on the tough bosses of Wolcen: Lords of Mayhem, you’re going to need a lot of Primordial Affinity. Not only does this substance upgrade the power of your skills, it also serves as a way to reset the skill tree if you made a mistake in your build. Thankfully, it isn’t too hard to obtain, so in this guide we’ll quickly teach you how to get Primordial Affinity in Wolcen: Lords of Mayhem.

How to get Primordial Affinity in Wolcen: Lords of Mayhem

How to get Primordial Affinity in Wolcen: Lords of Mayhem
 
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There are a few ways to get Primordial Affinity in Wolcen: Lords of Mayhem, and a major one is tied to skills. Whenever you pick up an Enneract as loot, you can use it to unlock a skill if you don’t have it already. However, if you’ve already got the skill, you’ll gain Primordial Affinity instead. Wolcen effectively sells the Enneract on the spot if you already have the skill.

The other way to get Primordial Affinity in Wolcen is to sell Enneracts directly to the Archivist Demetra. Along with the skills you’ve already got, if you have a new Eneract that you don’t want to learn, take it to Demetra and make sure you have the interface open and not on the final page where you sell ordinary items for gold. 

You can even buy Enneracts from Demetra (2000 gold), then sell them back for more Primordial Affinity. However, the Enneracts they offer will return far less Primordial Affinity when sold back than those looted out in the world (10 instead of 100). Still, it’s a nice option if you’re overflowing with gold.

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That’s all there is to know regarding how to get Primordial Affinity in Wolcen: Lords of Mayhem. If you’ve got any other tips for farming this useful substance, let us know down in the comments. Otherwise, feel free to check out the other guides we’ve produced for the game.

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