There are thirteen Rogues in the Path of Exile Heist. Each of these rogues has a specific skill set that will be necessary to make it through a heist without setting off an alarm or understanding how to escape successfully. Four of the rogues will be able to provide players with information about each heist location or offer them transportation. Nine will have skills like lockpicking or demolition that can be used to help players get in and out of a heist area successfully. In order to use these thieves effectively, players will need both contracts and markers, which are brand new items to Path of Exile: Heist.
Specialised items can be equipped to Rogues to make them stealthier, deadlier, and more adept at their roles. Like any other Path of Exile items, Rogue equipment can be crafted with currency items. A well-equipped crew is a great asset when undertaking the most difficult Heists.
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|Torn Cloak||Heist Cloak|
|Tattered Cloak||Heist Cloak|
|Hooded Cloak||Heist Cloak|
|Whisper-woven Cloak||Heist Cloak|
|Silver Brooch||Heist Brooch|
|Golden Brooch||Heist Brooch|
|Enamel Brooch||Heist Brooch|
|Foliate Brooch||Heist Brooch|
|Simple Lockpick||Heist Tool|
|Standard Lockpick||Heist Tool|
|Fine Lockpick||Heist Tool|
|Master Lockpick||Heist Tool|
|Leather Bracers||Heist Tool|
|Studded Bracers||Heist Tool|
|Runed Bracers||Heist Tool|
|Steel Bracers||Heist Tool|
|Crude Sensing Charm||Heist Tool|
|Fine Sensing Charm||Heist Tool|
|Polished Sensing Charm||Heist Tool|
|Thaumaturgical Sensing Charm||Heist Tool|
|Voltaxic Flashpowder||Heist Tool|
|Trarthan Flashpowder||Heist Tool|
|Azurite Flashpowder||Heist Tool|
|Crude Ward||Heist Tool|
|Lustrous Ward||Heist Tool|
|Shining Ward||Heist Tool|
|Thaumaturgical Ward||Heist Tool|
|Essential Keyring||Heist Tool|
|Versatile Keyring||Heist Tool|
|Master Keyring||Heist Tool|
|Grandmaster Keyring||Heist Tool|
|Eelskin Sole||Heist Tool|
|Foxhide Sole||Heist Tool|
|Winged Sole||Heist Tool|
|Silkweave Sole||Heist Tool|
|Basic Disguise Kit||Heist Tool|
|Theatre Disguise Kit||Heist Tool|
|Espionage Disguise Kit||Heist Tool|
|Regicide Disguise Kit||Heist Tool|
|Steel Drill||Heist Tool|
|Flanged Drill||Heist Tool|
|Sulphur Blowtorch||Heist Tool|
|Thaumetic Blowtorch||Heist Tool|
|Rough Sharpening Stone||Heist Gear|
|Standard Sharpening Stone||Heist Gear|
|Fine Sharpening Stone||Heist Gear|
|Obsidian Sharpening Stone||Heist Gear|
|Flanged Arrowhead||Heist Gear|
|Fragmenting Arrowhead||Heist Gear|
|Hollowpoint Arrowhead||Heist Gear|
|Precise Arrowhead||Heist Gear|
|Focal Stone||Heist Gear|
|Conduit Line||Heist Gear|
|Aggregator Charm||Heist Gear|
|Burst Band||Heist Gear|
No. Their skills can be interrupted by incoming attacks so it’s good to keep killing guards before they begin, but you do not need to protect them.
They cannot lose progress or experience once they’ve gained it. There is no reset point.
Yes, your Heist progress is shared by your characters in each league.
There are thirteen different Rogues and nine different field skills.
Each Rogue has one main skill and up to three alternate skills. Their main skill is their speciality has a higher experience cap than their secondary skills. Some Rogues share their skills.
No, just the skill they utilised on the Heist.
Only one Rogue can assist you on a Heist. In a Grand Heist you can have up to three Rogues per wing. If you pay to reveal elements of a Blueprint, you’ll typically have several wings available to run.
When you first arrive at the Rogue harbour you’ll have all the administrative Rogues and some of the active Rogues. The more you progress in Heist, the more Rogues will show up and be available to assist you.