There are a 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 Thunderbrew Potion which can be used for crowd control by striking lightning on them during combat. However, brewing this potion will require you to gather a number of resources and one of them is Shrivelfig Fruit.
In this guide, we’ll tell you how to get Shrivelfig Fruit in Hogwarts Legacy.
Getting Shrivelfig Fruit
Shrivelfig Fruit is one of the key ingredients required for Thunderbrew Potion but this ingredient can be hard to get on its own. There are three different methods to get Shrivelfig Fruit in Hogwarts Legacy. If you are trying to get Shrivelfig Fruit in the wild then you will have to find Shrivelfig Plants. These plants are very limited in the Wizarding World and you can find them only in limited locations. The closest location is Horklump Hollow and you can find a couple of them outside the cave.
The second method to get Shrivelfig Fruit is to buy it from the shop named “The Magic Neep”. You can find this shop on the southwest side of the Hogsmeade. Go to the shop and interact with the merchant to browse the inventory. You will be able to buy 1x Shrivelfig Fruit for 150 Gold Galleon. However, you can only buy 2 of them from Magic Neep.
To get more Shrivelfig Fruit, you will have to apply the third method which is growing them on your own in the Room of Requirement. You will have to buy the Shrivelfig Seed from Magic Neep which will cost you 450 Gold Galleon. After buying the seed, you will also have to get a Potting Table with Medium size Pots because Shrivelfig only grows in medium pots. You can get the conjuration spellcraft of Medium sized pots from Tomes and Scrolls in Hogsmeade.
After that, you just have to go to the Room of Requirement and conjure the potting table to plant Shrivelfig Seed. It will take 15 minutes to grow them and you will get an unlimited supply of them because every time you harvest them, more will grow.