How to Get a Large Pot Hogwarts Legacy

Players of Hogwarts Legacy can acquire large pots by purchasing large potting station spellcrafts from Hogsmeade and using them to conjure them in the Room of Requirement.

Once players have successfully created a small greenhouse in Hogwarts Legacy’s Room of Requirement, they may find that they need to acquire larger pots to grow particular magical plants. Players are introduced to the Room of Requirement fairly early in Hogwarts Legacy and are given exclusive spellcraft designs which permit them to produce basic potting tables and potion stations. However, specific plant ingredients used in more advanced potions necessitate more space than these basic apparatuses can provide, and therefore, players are encouraged to purchase large potting station spellcrafts from Hogsmeade and use them to conjure up larger pots in the Room of Requirement.

Which Plants Need Large Pots in Hogwarts Legacy?

In order to cultivate plants that require larger pots, such as the Fluxweed Stem, an important component of Hogwarts Legacy’s Focus Potion, and the violent Venomous Tentacula battle plant, players may need to make a purchase. Fortunately, acquiring a large pot is a straightforward process. All that players need to do is visit Tomes and Scrolls in Hogsmeade and buy the appropriate spellcraft.




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  • ·         Access to the Tomes and Scrolls shop in Hogsmeade
  • ·         At least 1,000 Galleons
  • ·         10 Moonstones


Crafting Large Pots in Hogwarts Legacy: Unlock the Secrets of Potting Station Spellcrafts!

At Tomes and Scrolls in Hogsmeade, players can obtain spellcrafts to craft two kinds of potting tables – one with a single large pot, costing 1,000 Galleons, and the other with two large pots, costing 3,000 Galleons. Spellcrafts are unique schematics for Hogwarts Legacy’s Room of Requirement that allow players to use Conjuration to create new stations and decorations. With the potting table with two large pots, players can maximize their growing space and cultivate more magical plants. However, they must be mindful of the hefty price tag, so they should consider their options carefully before making a purchase.

After procuring either or both spellcrafts from Tomes and Scrolls in Hogsmeade, players are then required to return to the Room of Requirement. Here, they can cast the Conjuration spell taught by Professor Weasley to construct new potting tables. Both spellcrafts require Moonstone, with the one-pot table needing 10 Moonstone and the two-pot table requiring 30 Moonstone. Luckily, players can utilize Evanesco, a Vanishing Spell in Hogwarts Legacy that vanishes furniture items, to get Moonstone. Additionally, players can also find Moonstone nodes scattered outside Hogwarts if they don’t want to remove their favorite decorations.

Large pots allow players to cultivate some advantageous potion ingredients and battle plants, which can be beneficial in certain scenarios. The only drawback is that they are costly to buy and conjure, but Hogwarts Legacy players can always fund the cost by unlocking Eyeball Chests or selling extra gear. Additionally, players can also earn Galleons by completing tasks, carrying out activities in the game, and gathering resources such as herbs, stones, and metals.

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