Hideout gen
The Hideout is a special customizable hut that works similiar to The Farm, it comes with the Battle for the Edge expansion though it can be bought seperately for 200 Gems icon trans (160 Gems icon transfor members). Unlike the Farm, the Hideout can only be accessed in Dragon's Edge.

Location OverviewEdit

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The Player's Hideout is a general wooden structure with an oval shape, the roof has the base of a wyrm dragon with a half-pipe system that leads the water to a small lake outside and to the left of the Hideout. By the entrance, there are two torches and a sign that says "HIDEOUT". Because the Hideout is located on top of a large sea stack, a bridge connects the main isle to the said sea stack. If the player enters the Hideout without the Expansion, a pop-up to buy the Hideout will appear, though, if the player has bought the Hideout, they can freely enter the Hideout.

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Hideout dragon

Inside the Hideout, the player has a specific amount of room for customization, both ground and walls, the floor is made of round, natural stone tiles and the walls are made of wood planks, to the top right, there's a high ledge with a window to the outside - this is where the active dragon will be located at. A newly bought Hideout will always be empty without any furniture as opposed to have aleady-placed furniture, giving the player the head-start into customizing the Hideout.

Hideout empty

Customizing the HideoutEdit

Hideout int

A highly customized Hideout

Hideout custom menu
Custom mode

To customize a Hideout, you must click on the two utensils doing an "X" symbol to the middle right section of the screen, doing it so will open a special menu similiar to The Farm on the right side, listing every item you've bought or received by types. Within the menu, it will show the respective item and how many do you have, to place it on the Hideout:

  • On Desktop, click the item and it will automatically appear in the mouse;
  • On Mobile, click and drag it to the Hideout.

When the item is selected, three new options will appear:

Custom remove Removes the item selected and puts it back to your Customization menu.
Custom rotate Rotates the item, rotates every 45º degrees.
Custom move Move the items at any direction except the Z axis, for Wall-only items, it won't move out of the wall.
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Some stacked items

Due to a lack of Tutorial regarding the Customization of the Hideout, there's no indication about how some items can be stacked on top of another, specifically smaller items such as Bows, Cups and even Boxes. To stack an item, move them into a table or a box and the item will automatically appear on top of the table/box and will stay on top unless it's out of the collision detection range of said table/box. The "item will stay red if it's into another collision range of another item" rule still applies to stacked items, for example, if the player has a bow on a table and tries to place a box nearby the bow, if the box is touching the bow's collision range then the box will stay red until the player moves it out of said range.

Also due to no indication or tutorial within the game, you can stack multiple items on top of another item on top of a table.

Hideout stacked

Multiple stacked items, on the far right, you can see two items stacked on a table with other items stacked on them

Types of FurnitureEdit

There's a total of 8 types of items available, some with their own systems.

Type Icon Description Stackable?
Custom beds
A type of mobility who's often relatively big and requires a big of space to fit in, unfortunately they aren't interactible much like the others. No
Custom tables
They serve as a furniture for players to stack items on, they come in variable shapes and sizes, though for unknown reasons, the Small Dresser (a now exclusive item unless its bought in a bundle) is also located under Tables category. Yes
Custom chairs
Chairs are divided in two forms, Chairs, Benches/Stools and Thrones:

  • Chairs often use the generic structure with a few decorations and modifications;
  • Benches/Stools are rather simple, they're made in soft wood and are "cheaper" as they cost Coins instead of Gems;
  • Thrones will use the generic structure with lots of decorations and modifications, they're also more pricey;

Just like Beds, they can't be interacted with.

Depends - Thrones can have stacked items.
Wall Hangings
Custom wall hangings
Have a wide variety of items, from plants to maps, each with a wide range of size. No
Wall Lightings
Custom wall lightings
Just like Wall Hanging, they have a variety of size, though the amount of Lighting it gives depends on the size of the Wall Lighting. No
Custom lightings
The Terrain form of Wall Lighting, they also come in different sizes and the amount of lighting it gives depends on its size. Depends - Small lights can be stacked.
Custom decors
A hoard of a variety of items for the player's need to fill in the Hideout, they range from boxes to dishes. Depends - small items can be stacked.
Statues & Totems
Custom statues & totems
Another type of Decoration to fill the Hideout, the Statues & Totems also range from size, though the problem about these items is the Store will often increase their size and make them seem like they're much bigger than they really are. Depends - small items can be stacked.

Rewarded FurnitureEdit

Throughout the course of the game, some quests and event will reward Hideout Items.

Item Type Icon Description Rewarded from
Phlegma's Felt Rug Decoration A felt rug made out of fresh, new wool. Completing Shrinking Sheep!
Bucket's Painting of Stormfly Wall Hanging Buckets painting of stormfly The winning painting done by Bucket. Completing Paint up a Storm
Gingerbread Viking House Decoration Gingerbread house A Viking House made out of Gingerbread. Completing the 2016's Loki's Maze of Cheers
Hiccup's Glowing Insignia Wall Hanging A Dragon Insignia ignited in red flames. Complete the Time-limited In Honor of Our Chief.


  • A common glitch that can happen in highly decorated Hideouts is the items not fully load, re-entering the Hideout should fix this.


  • The release of the Hideout may or may not imply players without a Hideout sleep and reside in the Stables.
  • The colors on the outside of the Hideout are the ones of your active dragon.
  • While the player may visit their friend's Hideouts by clicking the Home icon trans button from their Friend List, inviting their friends to visit them while in the hideout will not work.
    • If the player attempts to visit a friend's Hideout without having acquired the Battle for the Edge Expansion, an ad of the latter will come up on the screen.
    • Changing your active dragon in the Hideout will make you ride it.
Starter Locations Berk DocksDangerous WatersDragon's EdgeHobblegrunt IslandImpossible Island (cenote itself) • Isle of Berk (The Great Hall) • New Berk (Hidden World) • Open SeaScuttleclaw IslandSnotlout's Sentry StationStormheart (isle itself) • The School (The Hatchery) The Ship GraveyardThe Lookout (The Farm) • Titan IslandTraining Grounds
Quest-only Aurora LightsClub HouseDragon Hunter campDragon Hunter ship Gothi's HouseHobgobbler NestThe WildernessWhispering Death's Cave
Other: BlacksmithCredits IslandJob BoardStablesStore
Expansion only:
Icestorm Island Icestorm Island (Ice Caves)
Call of the Deathsong Melody IslandSven's Farm
Battle for the Edge Armor Wing IslandDragon's Edge (Hideout) • Glacier IslandMudraker IslandThe Dark DeepZippleback Island
Return to Dragon Island Auction IslandDragon IslandEruptodon IslandHelheim's Gate
The Secret of Leviathan Impossible Island (Defender RuinsThe Defender Labyrinth)
Rise of Stormheart Stormheart (Underwater Section and Tempest)
Wrath of Stormheart Vanaheim
The Hidden World Hidden World Annex
Curse of the Hobgobbler Hidden World
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