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Hogwarts Legacy – How to Get to Headmaster’s Office



Headmaster Office

Hogwarts Legacy is an Open-World Adventure game in which players will get to explore the Wizarding World of Hogwarts. Players will be able to explore all the areas around Hogwarts as well as the areas inside Hogwarts. There are many different areas inside Hogwarts and one of the areas that players will not have access until the end-game is Headmaster’s Office.

In this guide, we’ll tell you how to get to Headmaster’s Office in Hogwarts Legacy.

Getting to Headmaster’s Office

The first time that players will get to go to Headmaster’s Office in Hogwarts is before starting the Third Trial. Players will get to go inside the Headmaster’s Office by help of Professor Fig and players will change into appearance of Headmaster Black. After that, they will be able to learn the Password of Headmaster’s Office from Scrope. Scrope is assistant of Headmaster and by talking to him, you will get the Password of the office.

After that, you need to go to Headmaster’s office which is up on the Grand Staircase. You will be able to get inside the office by saying the password which is “Toujours Pur”. However, you will not be able to get inside the office again if you do not open the door of the Balcony.

Open Lock in Headmaster Office

Before you get to start the Third Trial, go to the left side on the office and you will see a Lock II. Use Alohomora II to unlock the lock and by doing this, you will be able to get inside the Headmaster’s Office whenever you want. You just have to use your Broom and fly up on the balcony of Headmaster’s Office and come through the open door.

Make sure that you have unlocked the ability to unlock the Lock II & Lock III because you will not be able to get inside Headmaster’s Office without it.

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