Once an Olph steals one of your items and gets away with it, it makes a quick base and hides there. However, the more items it takes, the more comfortable the Olph gets to the hideout, and expands upon it. Your items are stored in one (or more if the Olph has stolen more than 54 items) of the chests.

Tier 1 (Hideout)Edit

1.1: Base made of random clay, wood, dirt, gravel, sand, and stone. (1 item stolen)

1.2: Removes sand, dirt, and gravel, replacing it with wooden planks, and makes a door. (3 items stolen)

1.3: Removes roof and makes a new one. (5 items stolen)

1.4: Most of the hideout is now wooden planks. (8 items stolen)

Tier 2 (Base)Edit

2.1: Two more houses, gravel road, campfire, and unfinished upgrade of main house. (12 items stolen)

2.2: All houses upgraded, most noticeably the main house. (16 items stolen)

2.3: Adds signs, cobblestone on main house turns mossy. (20 items stolen)

2.4: Secondary house upgraded visually (25 items stolen)

Tier 3 (Village)Edit

3.1: adds a second floor to the main house, replaces fire with glowstone post. (32 items)


  • Olph hideouts are much more common in multiplayer, as they have more people to steal from.