The Top 9 Easter Eggs from Hogwarts Legacy, and Where to Find These

The Top 9 Easter Eggs from Hogwarts Legacy, and Where to Find These ...

The Harry Potter franchise is a vast and varied universe that was created by most of the books and movies thereafter.

Every metaphorical corner and corner of this magical world contains a wealth of legend and history, from the mythical creatures to the dozens of spells and the wizards and witches that utilize them.

Avalanche Studios was able to have a lot of fun with the exception of Easter eggs and references that provided a rewarding reward to the curious players who explored everything that Hogwarts Legacy offered.

If you want to find some of Hogwarts Legacy's finest Easter eggs, you're in the right place.

The top nine Hogwarts Legacy Easter eggs and where to find them

'Draco dormiens nunquam titillandus,' according to Hogwarts as a whole, is the motto, translating to 'Never tickle a sleeping dragon.'

What's interesting about this is its unique appearance in Hogwarts Legacy. No, you don't see the words scribbled anywhere across the castle of Hogwarts, other than on the original Latin field guide page found on the Sleeping Dragon Statue.

On a massive mural that connects most sections of the castle with each other, you can see Hogwarts' motto in an animated version. The moving mural depicts a scene in which a tiny man actually tickles a sleeping dragon and flees when it awakens with an enraged roar.

The Giant Squid was a magical creature that lived in the Great Lake on the grounds of Hogwarts castle in the Harry Potter series. Despite its preoccupation, the Giant Squid was actually semi-domesticated and quite friendly.

As they zoom above the lake in Hogwarts Legacy, players will be able to spot the giant squid during Flying Lake. Another technique is to cast a spell against the windows of the Slytherin Common Room, after which you should see a large squid tentacle swing against the window.

Remember that wonderful, sarcastic letter from his mother that basically transported his mother's scolding all the way to Hogwarts? These are called Howlers in the Wizarding world, and it looks like you can catch another student getting a solid earful from their friends in Hogwarts Legacy.

This is not a particular moment in the game; as long as you are constantly checking out the interiors of the school, you should sooner or later encounter a student who has a floating letter blasting their ear off in front of other students before blowing up into hundreds of sheets of paper, in the same traditional style as in the books and movies.

Yes, the area in which the final scene took place in the second part of the books and films is also apparently a part of the Hogwarts Legacy magical school. While you may certainly see the entrance to the Chamber of Secrets and marvel at the huge potential that this Easter egg has, you will not be permitted to enter the notorious location and wage a legendary battle against the Basilisk.

The entrance to the Chamber of Secrets is located within the abandoned girls' bathroom on the second floor, which is also where Moaning Myrtle died; so this is not the place to find Moaning Myrtle.

If your character uses the Revelio spell on the sinks, you will find a Revelio page—a type of collectible—at the entrance of the chamber of secrets, which is most likely a reference to Harry opening the Chamber of Secrets in his second year at Hogwarts.

According to the books, the actual chamber of secrets is located beneath the castle's entrance, although the second floor is located. Perhaps a separate area for the next level?

This difficult-to-brew potion makes its debut in Hogwarts Legacy, first as a little Easter egg to the books and movies. Simply go to the Witch's bathroom in the castle and go to the stall that is furthest from the wall there. There, you should find a Polyjuice Potion brewing station, like what Hermione was doing in the Chamber of Secrets. A whole bunch of bathroom Easter eggs, right?

However, Polyjuice Potion is still used in the game, and this is a significant one. Professor Fig gives the player Polyjuice Potion in one of the main missions of the game 'The Polyjuice Plot,' leading to a series of complicated events that follow.

After being dragged into the Triwizard Tournament, Harry Potter's prefect's bathroom was the place where he discovered the answer to the Golden Egg.

If you haven't already scratched your desire to discover Hogwarts' bathroom Easter eggs, we have good news for you. Yes, you can also visit the famous Prefect's bathroom in Hogwarts Legacy.

The bathrooms on Hogwarts are located at the Faculty Tower and have almost completely mirrored the design of the prefect's bathroom from the film since the two look almost identical. Perhaps the building will be renovated one of these days.

The Triwizard Tournament was only introduced in the fourth book of the Harry Potter series, but the fierce and unforgiving competition dates back to the Wizarding World's 13th century.

Players may see the casket of the Goblet of Fire in the central Trophy Room, just above the Floo Flame found at the top of the Grand Staircase in Hogwarts Legacy. One of the field guide pages may also be found inside the casket.

The 'Impartial Judge'—the Goblet of Fire—would select students to represent their respective schools during the upcoming tasks of the tournament.

You as the player in Hogwarts Legacy are able to find these amazing beasts, similar to the plethora of beasts found in the Harry Potter franchise's prequel to the main books and films that ended after the main books and movies.

Hogwarts Legacy contains quite a number of beasts, many of which have a significant role in the Wizarding world. While the Niffler was basically the mascot of the Fantastic Beasts series as a whole, Harry made several appearances.

When you receive a magical bag to collect these creatures in Hogwarts Legacy, you are only able to collect them later on in the story, which in itself is a big reference to Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them.

The Deathly Hallows are three enormously powerful magical objects that are apparently created by Death, according to Harry Potter's lore. They are the Elder Wand, the Resurrection Stone, and the Cloak of Invisibility.

The Elder Wand was described as an unbeatable wand with unmatchable power; the Resurrection Stone could invoke the spirits of the dead; and the Cloak of Invisibility renders its user completely invisible.

You enter a storybook during the third Keeper Trial, which serves as a series of tests to determine whether or not you can draw on ancient magic.

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The third Keeper trial allows you to acquire a "mysterious cloak," a "mysterious stone," and a "mysterious wand," in that order. Neither of these items will be permitted during regular gameplay of Hogwarts Legacy, though.