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Hogwarts Legacy: How to Sell Magical Beasts

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Hogwarts Legacy: How to Sell Magical Beasts

There are a lot of different creatures in Hogwarts Legacy that players will encounter but not all of them are terrifying. There are also friendly creatures that you will meet in Hogwarts Legacy and they are called Magical Beasts. Players will be able to spend time with Magical Beasts by Brushing them as well feeding them. However, Magical Beasts can be more useful for you because you can also sell them to a lady in Hogsmeade who intends to find a better home for them.

In this guide, we’ll tell you how to sell Magical Beasts in Hogwarts Legacy.

Selling Magical Beasts

Magical Beasts have many useful uses in the game. Players can rescue/catch magical beasts to store them in the Room of Requirement to get resources from them or they can also sell the Magical Beasts to a shop named “Brood and Peck” in Hogsmeade Village. You can store Magical Beast in your Nab Sack item which is required for rescuing/catching magical beasts. Make sure that you have the Nab Sack item before you go to any Beasts Habitat to catch them.

Once you have caught a number of Magical Beasts, you can go to Hogsmeade Village to sell them to earn Galleon Gold. However, you cannot sell Magical Beasts to any merchant in Hogsmeade like the Gear Items but you will have to go to a shop named Brood and Peck which is on the Northwest side of the village. The lady inside the shop intends to find a better home for the Magical Beasts and she will happily buy Magical Beasts from you.

Selling Magical Beasts

Talk to the merchant inside the shop and go to the Sell section to see all the rescued/caught Magical Beasts. All Magical Beasts will be sold for 120 Galleon Gold each and you can easily make money by selling them to buy expensive recipes, seeds, Gear Items, and Combat Tools for your journey.

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