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Hexproof

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Hexproof is a modifier that prevents curses from applying to monsters but can be bypassed under certain conditions.

It is not to be confused with curse immunity, which is a different, absolute modifier.[1]

Sources

Bypass

Version history

Version Changes
2.3.1
  • Fixed a bug where Hexproof monsters were immune to curses, rather than being Hexproof.
2.3.0
  • Monsters and maps with the Hexproof prefix now grant the Hexproof keyword.
  • Hexproof prevents curses applying, but can be bypassed under certain conditions.
  • Currently only one unique item being added in 2.3.0 will bypass Hexproof, but this power may show up from other sources in the future.
  • Hexproof does not affect curse reduction that unique monsters can have, and will allow for potential Curse Immunity in the future that is absolute and not keyworded as Hexproof.

References

  1. Qarl (May 26, 2016). "Development Manifesto: 2.3.0 Balance". Official Path of Exile Forums. Retrieved May 26, 2016.