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Hogwarts Legacy – How to Get Ashwinder Eggs



Ashwinder Eggs

There are number of materials and resources in the Wizarding World of Hogwarts Legacy. Players will have to get these resources to craft or brew useful items. One of the useful items in the game is Edurus Potion which can be used to increase the defense of your character. However, brewing this potion will require you to gather a couple of resources and one of them is Ashwinder Eggs.

In this guide, we’ll tell you how to get Ashwinder Eggs in Hogwarts Legacy.

Getting Ashwinder Eggs

There are a couple of ways to get your hands on Ashwinder Eggs in Hogwarts Legacy. The basic way to get Ashwinder Eggs is by exploring the world map and collecting them from their spawn locations. They can be found all over the world map but they are found mostly in higher grounds and forest. You cannot find them in the caves so, feel free to explore the higher grounds to look for them.

Another way to get Ashwinder Eggs are from the shop in Hogsmeade Village. It is the better way to get them because you will not have to look for them in the world. You can simply buy it from the J. Pippins Potion Store. It is on the Southwest side of Hogsmeade village.

Once you have unlocked Hogsmeade village by progressing ahead in the game, you will be able to go in the store and buy them from Ingredients tab of the store. 1 batch of Ashwinder Eggs will cost you 150 Gold Galleons. However, you can only get 5 batches of Ashwinder Eggs in total unless you complete a delivery side quest for the store owner.

Buy Ashwinder Eggs

They are mainly required to brew the Edurus Potion so, if you are fond of using that potion then you will be have to buy them from the store or gather by exploring the world.

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