Diablo 3 (D3) Tainted Abode

Diablo 3 Tainted Abode
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For gamers looking to explore every nook and cranny of Sanctuary, the world of Diablo 3, here’s a quick guide to finding the Tainted abode location. 

This hidden area has a chock full of things to loot, so intrepid adventurers should definitely check it out. Just be careful, because the path to the Tainted abode is fraught with danger.

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Where is the Tainted Abode or the Heretic's Abode Located?

As a part of the Infernal Machine event, Patch 1.0.5 adds a new region to the game called The Heretic’s Abode. Although players in Reaper of Souls must access it through four portals [1], it remains intact in the revised Infernal Machine. 

The Heretic’s Abode is a solitary room in a gloomy house that may be reached through a boarded-up shack in New Tristram that is situated just behind the Healer. 

It’s the wooden door behind the Healer in New Tristram, and you can attack it or break it. Bring your inventory of machines inside. 

Diablo 3 Tainted Abode

Unlike the Vault portal, which allows you to open as many as you like and closes after 60 seconds, you can only open one of each kind during a single gaming session. 

The house is the only location from which players can activate the Portal Device and open a red portal to the Realms of Discord, Realm of Chaos, Realm of Turmoil, and Realm of Fright (RoS only), where Ubers must be faced and where the various demonic organs can be found. 

However, there are no monsters or other events in the house.

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Matthew Paxton
Matthew Paxton
Mathew has nursed a love of video games since childhood. Now, as an adult, he enjoys playing challenging games as much as he enjoys relating with other gamers. Matthew created Hypernia to give gamers like himself accurate and reliable information about games, servers, communication protocols, and much more.

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