|RNG, my tucchus.||March-23-2015 7:14 PM PDT (4 years ago)|
|I ran Nekarat something in the neighborhood of 150 times, and in that time, he dropped exactly three keys, only one of which was a Key of Evil.|
My math may be a bit off, but I'm preeeeeeetty sure that's below the listed 25% drop rate (at T1.)
Anyhoo. Time to back-up my save files, and start running for organs. Hellfire ring, here I come! woohoo!
|RNG, my tucchus.||March-24-2015 2:56 PM PDT (4 years ago)|
I've got the key now, so this is mostly moot, but hopefully, the discussion will help other people that may be farming for keys.
I like what you're thinking here, and would like to help. The Key of Evil in UEE is not found in the same place as it is on PC, so it can be rather confusing. Here is a list of keys and demonic organs that can be found in UEE, and feel free to spread the word to your fellow console players if they're encountering the same problem.
Key of Bones = Keywarden in Act I - Fields of Misery.
Key of Gluttony = Keywarden in Act II - Dahlgur Oasis.
Key of War = Keywarden in Act III - Stonefort.
Key of Evil = Infernal Machine of War > Realm of Turmoil
Leoric's Regret = Infernal Machine of Bones > Realm of Discord
Vial of Putridness = Infernal Machine of Gluttony > Realm of Chaos
Heart of Evil = Infernal Machine of Evil > Realm of Fright
This is accurate for all versions of UEE, so it's a good guide for the PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, and Xbox One editions. Also, there is a very small chance that a Keywarden can drop an additional, but totally random, key. This means that there is a possibility (although it's a very slight chance) that the Key of Evil can be found outside of the Infernal Machine of War.