How to get Shrivelfig Fruit in Hogwarts Legacy

how to get shrivelfig fruit hogwarts legacy

Hogwarts Legacy is a huge game, with a bunch of moving parts in it. One such element is brewing potions, key to not only proceeding with some quests, but also aiding you in battle against some pretty tough foes.

Now, while the potion making itself is done with the push of the button, finding all of the ingredients required for specific potions can be an arduous task. One such ingredient is the Shrivelfig Fruit in Hogwarts Legacy which is puzzling players as it appears to be extremely difficult to find.

Below, we’ll be detailing exactly how to get Shrivelfig Fruit in Hogwarts Legacy so you can get brewing the potions you require.

How to get Shrivelfig Fruit Hogwarts Legacy

Looking initially at why you’ll be needing Shrivelfig Fruit in Hogwarts Legacy, this is because it’s the key ingredient in a Thunderbrew potion, vital to defeating tough enemies.

This potion not only stuns nearby enemies but also damages them, allowing you to definitely get the upper hand in the heat of battle. This is why the Shivelfig Fruit is so desirable, and something you’ll likely want to stock up on.

If you’re looking out in the open world for the Shivelfig Fruit, you’re unfortunately on a wild goose chase. This is because you can’t simply pick it from the ground or from a branch, it requires a little more work.

What you’ll need to do is head over to the Magic Neep in Hogsmeade, a seller of goods like this. You can then purchase a Shrivelfig Fruit Seed from him, allowing you to grow some for yourself. This will set you back 450 gold so make sure you have enough.

shrivelfig seed hogwarts legacy

However, be warned, you will also need a medium pot or larger, so keep that in mind when you’ve made your purchase.

There is one other way of getting Shrivelfig Fruit and that’s simply by buying it, again from the Magic Neep. You’ll get two for 150 gold but cannot be used time and time again contrary to the Seed.

shrivelfig fruit hogwarts legacy

And there you have it, it’s actually pretty simple to get Shrivelfig Fruit once you know it doesn’t grow in the wild!

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Josh Chambers
Josh Chambers
Josh has been gaming for as long as he can remember. After his parents bought him a SNES way back when, he has only developed more and more gaming knowledge has time's gone on.