In this article the topic of beast breeding, within Hogwarts, will be broken down so that you have a better understanding as to how to breed beasts in Hogwarts Legacy.

Breed Beasts in Hogwarts Legacy

The beasts in Hogwarts are definitely a huge aspect of the game and there are 13 unique beasts that you’ll be able to encounter along your adventures, so to learn more here is what you need to know. 

What Beasts are Capable of Breeding

What Beasts are Capable of Breeding

Before you go trying to breed all of the various 13 beasts within this game it is important to realise that only 12 of these beasts are able to be bred. The only species in this game that you won’t be able to breed is the Phoenix, just because this beast is a one-of-a-kind. You’ll be given a task to catch a Phoenix in the quest Phoenix Rising, given to you by Deek. 

How to Breed Beasts in Hogwarts Legacy

Before you even think about breeding any creatures you’ll need to have unlocked both the Room of Requirement as well as the Nab-Sack, after this your character will have to have completed a side quest, given to you by Deek, called the Foal of the Dead. In this special quest given to you you will be tasked with capturing a Thestral and then bringing it back to the Vivarium, inside of the Room of Requirement. Apart from these things you’ll also need to get a Breeding Pen Spellcraft, which you will be able to obtain for 1,000 gold at the Tomes and Scrolls, which is located in Hogsmeade. 

Then once you’ve been able to successfully obtain and complete all of these required tasks you’ll be able to head to the Room of Requirement again and go into the Vivarium, where you will conjure up a breeding pen this time, by using your Conjuration spell. Once you’ve conjured up this pen you’ll then need to place both a male and a female beast, both from the same species, and wait for 30 minutes in real-time for them to produce an offspring for you. 

FInal Words

That’s it, it’s as simple as that, all you’ll need to do is remember that you won’t be able to breed the Phoenix creature so don’t go out trying because it will be a complete waste of time. Breeding is definitely something every player will enjoy because the sight of the new baby creatures is the cutest thing in the game, so happy breeding. 

Leo Beamers is an aspiring car collector born and raised just outside of the city in Cape Town and his interests include gaming, fast cars and enjoys cycling on the weekends.

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