Xenoblade Chronicles Definitive Edition

What to Sell | Best Items to Sell

This is a guide to which items to sell in Xenoblade Chronicles: Definitive Edition (XC1) for the Nintendo Switch. Read on to learn which items you should sell and know which ones you should keep!

What To Sell

Outdated Weapons and Armour

You will be journeying through harsher areas in the game. Your old gears simply won't cut it, so taking these equipments off and selling them for Gold is often a good choice.

For the most part, you will be okay will just keeping the armour with the highest defence stats and slots (auto-attack and slots for weapons), then selling off the ones with lower stats that no one has equipped. In Xenoblade Chronicles: Definitive Edition, you can actually select the design of your character's armour/weapons from the list of equipment that you have owned at some point, so if you become attached to a lower level armour because of its looks, you can always just equip an armour with better stats, then go into the Equipment screen, scroll down, then change the looks of the armour your character wears.

Socketless Equipment

You will often get duplicate equipment. They will carry the same stats, but weapons and armors with slots will have better potential than those without any, so you're usually better selling these off. If you wish to get an edge over your opponents, equip weapons with gems and craft the best gems you can to prevail. To know which gems you should craft, check out our Gem Tier List guide.

Best Gem Tier List

Lower Ranked Crystals and Cylinders

Higher ranked gems will simply prove themselves better than their lower rank counterparts. They can give more stats than their lower ranked brethren for the same socket slot, so selling these crystals would be better than crafting them to a lesser performing gem. Plus, this will greatly free up your inventory space.

Excess Gems

Gems have a limit to the value they can give. If you gotten too craft-happy with agility gems, it might be time to sell off the excess ones instead. Better get some gold than let them gather dust in your inventory! Gems don't typically sell for a lot, but selling them off for some quick gold is still better than having unused gems.

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Beginner's Guide to Xenoblade Chronicles: Definitive Edition

Gameplay Mechanics
Battle System and Combat Guide Can You Switch Characters in Battle?
Stats Explained Status Effects Explained
How to Chain Attack What Does Tension Do?
How to Topple | Topple Lock Guide What is Spike Damage?
Trading and Overtrading Guide Collectopaedia Guide and Rewards
Presents Guide How to Change the Weather
What is Weight? -
Guides for Leveling and Grinding
How to Level Up Fast AP Farming Guide
SP Farming Guide How to Farm Money
How to Raise Affinity Tephra Cave Glitch
Leveling Areas Post 70 How to Get Affinity Coins
Optimization Guides
Best Party and Team Setup Best Skill Trees For Each Character
Best Skill Links for Each Character Best Gifts for Each Character
Art Manuals List What to Sell | Best Items to Sell
Miscellaneous Guides
What Carries Over to New Game Plus? What is Expert Mode?
Achievement Guide and List What Happens if You Die?
Appearance Guide | How to Change Appearance List of Missables
100% Playthrough Checklist -
Colony 6 Items
How to Get Gogol Horns How to Get Inferno Element
How to Get Black Liver Bean How to Get Snow Element
How to Get Azure Hollyhocks How to Get Dust Element
How to Get Red Frontier How to Get Empress Beetles
How to Get Rainbow Slugs How to Get Ice Cabbages
How to Get Sturdy Armor How to Get Squall Element
How to Get Bunnia Scent Wood How to Get Fossil Monkey
How to Get High Entia Emblem How to Enter Hode's Lair
Where is Banquet Vassago How to Get Bitter Kiwis
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