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Hogwarts Legacy: Should you Tell the Truth or Lie to Professor Weasley? – Answered

The boy who lied

by Grant Testa

Like many other games in the action-RPG sphere, Hogwarts Legacy, the new Harry Potter prequel from Avalanche Software, features dialogue options for players to choose between. One of the earliest instances of these decisions gives players the choice to either tell the truth or lie to Professor Weasley about the protagonist’s perilous adventure on the way to the School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. But does lying to the Transfiguration Professor have any impact on the broader experience of Hogwarts Legacy? Here is everything you need to know about dialogue choices with Professor Weasley in Hogwarts Legacy.

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What Happens if you Lie to Professor Weasley in Hogwarts Legacy?

If you choose to lie to Professor Weasley, aside from a few minor dialogue differences, there won’t be any impact on the world or story of Hogwarts Legacy. Like many other conversational choices, it is entirely up to your discretion and preferences. Most of the decisions in Hogwarts Legacy center around being nice or mean, as you can insult NPCs with rude comments or charm them with positivity. There are also no progression or trophy/achievement implications for conversation choices in Hogwarts Legacy.

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Is it Better to Lie or Tell the Truth in Hogwarts Legacy?

When it comes to lying versus honesty in Hogwarts Legacy, neither choice is “better.” As Hogwarts Legacy is an RPG, you should view the dialogue options as the “roleplaying” element of the game. The purpose is to put yourself in the protagonist’s shoes and think through the mind of the witch or wizard you molded. What would your created character do in the situation? Are they an extension of your own personality, or is your character an entirely unique individual? These questions can be helpful for determining the preferable conversation choice. In the worst-case scenario, if you can’t decide, then flip a coin or randomly choose either option, as it ultimately will not affect the game.

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Grant Testa

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