Since characters share the same skill tree and have access to the same large pool of weapons, skills, and other items, I was concerned my next character would feel too similar. Thankfully, that wasn’t the case. My marauder is a melee maniac who sprints into enemy clusters and swings his axes until there’s nothing left to swing at. He feels completely dif-ferent from my witch, which was exactly what I was hoping for. PoE has a lot of content to wade through in the lengthy campaign, which has more than doubled with the new expansion. While you keep a shared inventory stash between characters, your new heroes will have to play through the campaign again. The Fall of Oriath expansion removed the game’s previous loop of playing through the campaign reviews multiple times at increasing difficulty levels, which is an improvement. The overall story is fine, but considering how much variety the game’s randomly gener-ated maps offer, I would have loved for my second character to have access to something similar to Diablo III’s adven-ture mode. There is a loose analog in PoE’s end-game atlas content, but that’s reserved for high-level characters.