These conjuration items are good for players who want to do some decorating. One of the best things about Hogwarts Legacy is that players can customize and build in the Room of Requirements and the different vivariums that are connected to it. Conjurations are the items and things that can be put both inside and outside, and there are a few ways for players to get more of them.
For example, you can buy the Spellcrafts you need to use useful conjurations like potion stations at Tomes and Scrolls in Hogsmeade. Most conjurations, on the other hand, are only for looks. Some of these can be unlocked through challenges or quests. But the vast majority can be found in collection chests around Hogwarts Legacy.
All of the cute animals that can be caught and cared for in Hogwarts Legacy also have statues that look just like them. Both inside the Room of Requirement and outside in the vivariums, you can put these white marble statues.
The unicorn statue is the most beautiful of these, and it works well as a focal point in many designs. Players can go to the Hospital Wing, where a similar statue has been used in a beautiful way. For ideas on how to make the most of this spell.
Frog Choir Stand
The Frog Choir Stand is one of the most interesting items for conjuring in Hogwarts Legacy. You can even use it to make the frogs sing. This item can be put in a player’s Room of Requirement to give it a more traditional look.
You can find a similar stand in a room in the Bell Tower Wing that is all about music. Since magical music was rarely talked about in the books and movies. This is one of the most interesting places to visit in Hogwarts legacy.
As Harry found out on his first visit to the Weasley’s Burrow. Gnome infestations are a constant problem for wizarding families who live in the country. Even though the curious little creatures aren’t in the game, there are many references to them. Leander Prewett talks about them in one of the best easter eggs in Hogwarts Legacy.
Players can put the framed Gnome Illustration on the walls of their Room of Requirement to learn even more about them. Even though there are a lot of other paintings and pieces of art, this is one of the best.
House-elf heads are one of the more macabre items that players can put in their Room of Requirement. These are the severed heads of House-elves who did their jobs well and refused to give up. Fans of Harry Potter will know them from Sirius’ house at 12 Grimmauld Place.
There are five kinds of House-elf heads that can be put on the walls: long-suffering, respected, old, distinguished, and well-regarded. With all of these characters, players can make a place that would make any pure-blood family proud.
There’s nothing like a warm and cozy Christmas at Hogwarts, and thanks to the Christmas Tree conjuration. Players can bring the holiday spirit right into their Room of Requirement. As with most conjuration items, the size of the Christmas Tree can be changed so that players can find the best fit.
There are also Jack-o’-lanterns that players can put both inside and outside of Hogwarts. If they want to make the school feel just as Halloween-y.
Even though the Erumpent Horn looks nice on its own on the walls of the Room of Requirement. It has a whole other meaning for people who like to read. When Harry, Ron, and Hermione went to see Xenophilius Lovegood at his house, Hermione noticed the Erumpent Horn right away, even though Xenophilius Lovegood insisted it was the horn of a Crumple-Horned Snorkack.
Fans of the Harry Potter books will also know that Hermione warned that an Erumpent Horn is very explosive. And in fact, the one in question blew up, destroying the Lovegoods’ house.
Professor Umbridge’s Cat Plates
One of the most famous things about the notorious and thankfully short-lived high inquisitor Professor Umbridge is the kitten plates that hang on the walls of her office. Like many other things from the Harry Potter movies that have made it into Hogwarts Legacy, these plates can be used to decorate your own walls.
Cat Plates come in three different styles: fine, frilly, and ornate. As long as there is room on the wall, players can hang as many of these as they want. They can even try to make Umbridge’s office look the same.
Quidditch Pitch Table
Quidditch fans have to settle for flying around on the best brooms in Hogwarts Legacy, but there are plenty of Quidditch outfits, pieces of equipment, and other items to be found all over the game.
Even in the Room of Requirement, there are a lot of Quidditch spells that players can cast to show how much they like Penalty Kick Online game. The best of these is the Quidditch Pitch Table, which lets people watch a miniature game of Quidditch.
Gothic Dung Composter
Fertilizer can be used to increase the yield of plants in Hogwarts Legacy. Instead of buying more fertilizer every time, players can buy a Dung Composter Spellcraft for 1000 Galleons from Tomes and Scrolls in Hogsmeade. This can then be put in the Room of Need, where it will make fertilizer every so often.
The Spellcraft comes in four different styles, but the Gothic Dung Composter is the most unique one. It gives any Room of Requirement or vivarium a rustic look.
There seem to be hundreds of suits of armor stationed around Hogwarts. When they start killing each other, it’s one of the funniest random things that happens in Hogwarts Legacy. Players who can’t get enough of these knights can also put two different kinds in the Room of Requirement.
Even though the Horned Knight looks good, nothing can beat the Armored Knight’s majesty. Even though it’s not animated, players can have guards at every entrance or even make their own armies.
Hogwarts Legacy is now available for PC, PS5, and Xbox Series X/S. Versions for PS4 and Xbox One will be out on May 5, and a Switch version will be out on July 25.