Path Of Exile Guide On Hideout

  • In Path of Exile, the hideout is a special area players can design for themselves. It is awarded for leveling any master to level 3. Players can invite up to seven masters to their hideout and decorate it with poe buy items for special points called "Favour".

    Hideouts can be visited using the /hideout command while in town, or from any waypoint. The waypoint for the hideout is found in the bottom right corner of the map, but only appears for players when they are at a waypoint.

    A hideout can be changed any time by speaking to a master of level 3 or higher.

    Decorations and microtransactions will be placed in the hideout stash.
    Changing back to a previous hideout will not restore its design.
    There is no reputation penalty to switching your hideout.

    A level 3 master will offer a hideout to the player. The hideout tileset depends on the master (see above).

    A level 2 master can be invited to the hideout. This offers the following benefits:

    The invited master will offer a daily mission. Daily missions provide 250% of the reputation and favour of a normal mission. Note that masters can be encountered "in the wild" regardless of which master(s) are in the hideout. By dismissing a master, one can do more daily missions than allowed for by the hideout, this is only advised if the daily caused the master to level.

    The master will sell items to the player. Their inventory refreshes upon starting their daily mission. The rarity of the items increases with reputation Level. Each master also sells magic items with a special signature mod that is only available from that master.

    Talking to the master in the hideout will allow players to create that master's crafting bench. The bench remains and levels up with the master even if that master is dismissed.

    Initially players can invite a maximum of two masters to a hideout. At level 5, a master can make a hideout that holds four masters. At level 7, a master can make a hideout that holds all of the masters. Dismissing a master will forfeit all accumulated reputation towards the next level. No favour will be lost, however.