While exploring the wizarding world of Hogwarts Legacy, you'll cross paths with various magical beasts out in the wild. Similar to other exploration games, you can tame these creatures and store them for your benefit.
However, you can't simply tame any beast in Hogwarts Legacy by running around the map. Instead, you'll need to complete a few quests first and require certain equipment to start taming. Worry not if you're having trouble, as we have a comprehensive guide for taming beats in Hogwarts Legacy.
How to Tame Beasts in Hogwarts Legacy
To begin taming beasts in the game, you must first complete the required class. During the Beast Class quest, Poppy Sweeting will teach you the whole process of taming beasts by introducing you to two magical creatures, Puffskeins and Kneazles. Additionally, she provides you with the Beast Petting Brush and Beast Feed, essential to tame wild Beasts.
After completing this quest, you will receive "The Elf, the Nab-Sack, and the Loom," where Deek the Elf will show you how to use the Nab-Sack to rescue magical creatures from poachers. Upon returning to Deek in the Room of Requirement, you will gain access to the Vivarium. It's a place where you can keep your rescued magical beasts.
By taking care of them through feeding and brushing, you will gain their trust, and they will provide you with various magical materials. You may even have the chance to encounter a Shiny Beast, who has the ability to produce a ton of valuable ingredients.
However, it's worth noting that you can't store countless creatures in the Vivarium. You must free up some storage by selling them at the Brood and Peck shop in Hogsmeade or setting them free in order to bring the new ones.
So there you have it. That's everything you need to know about popping balloons in Hogwarts Legacy. Before leaving, take a moment to peruse our spellbinding review of Hogwarts Legacy.