How to farm Ergo in Lies of P
Ergo in Lies Of P is the universal in-game currency used to purchase weapons, resources, upgrades, and equipment to enhance your character. You'll need Ergo throughout the game, and in substantial quantities, so in this guide, you'll learn how to quickly obtain Ergo even at the start of the storyline.
How to Obtain Ergo
Main sources of obtaining Ergo include:
- Selling items from your inventory.
- Defeating enemies.
- Finding and collecting Ergo Fragments.
Let's go through each method separately.
This is straightforward. Find a merchant and sell them unwanted items and outright junk that's cluttering your inventory. They won't fetch a high price, but they serve no purpose for you.
The rarer the item, the more Ergo you'll get for it. Here are some merchants you can approach:
- Wandering Merchant if you've already unlocked their location.
- Polendina – the doll butler in the Krat Hotel. This is the safest and most convenient option.
All you need to do is engage in constant fights with mobs and battle bosses. You'll earn more Ergo for defeating the latter, especially the stronger ones. On average, you can earn from 30 to 100 Ergo for defeating enemies.
For farming, choose locations with the highest enemy concentrations. Some of them include:
- Krat City Hall: You'll encounter many simple marionettes here, which are easy to defeat, but they don't drop much loot.
- Cathedral of St. Frangelico: This location also has many enemies from which you can obtain Ergo.
- Venigni Works: Another haven for marionettes.
You'll encounter bosses less frequently, so locations like these are the optimal choice.
Ergo Fragments are consumable materials that you can collect from the bodies of dead enemies or in chests scattered throughout Krat. The rarer the fragment, the more Ergo it contains, such as in Radiant Ergo Fragments. Fragments will also drop after defeating bosses.
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