How to Find Rococo in Hogwarts Legacy

How to Find Rococo in Hogwarts Legacy

Diving into dangerous ruins to save a small animal

When you think about Hogwarts Legacy, you may think about epic magical fights against goblins and dark wizards as you unravel the mysteries of ancient magic. You may also imagine traveling worldwide, finding different secrets and learning about various regions. Helping a random NPC find their pet Niffler probably isn’t what comes to mind first, but regardless, that is something you can do and is what you’re likely doing right now. If you’re interested in learning more, continue reading to discover how to find Rococo for Agnes Coffey in Hogwarts Legacy.

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How to Find Rococo in Hogwarts Legacy

As you speak to Agnes about Rococo, she’ll tell you about Henrietta, the baroness who feared losing the wealth she attained throughout her life. She ended up creating a hideaway because of it! This hideaway in the southern part of Manor Cape is where you’ll have to explore first. Make your way here and defeat the enemies guarding the area or sneak along the path to your right to enter Henrietta’s Hideaway.

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How to Solve the Block Puzzle and Rescue Rococo

Upon entering the hideaway, you’ll immediately see a magical block and two platforms. The block and platform on the right have ice symbols, while the one on the left has a fire image. To pass this puzzle, use Glacius on the ice block and Incendio on the fire platform to open the door, allowing you to progress further into the base.

After entering the door, you’ll find another room full of enemies. Defeat them and, before progressing forward, turn toward the statue on the wall to the right of the large Hippogriff sculpture. Use Incendio to light the torch, rotating the statue and allowing you to enter a secret room. Look for a block with fire symbols and use Wingardium Leviosa to bring it with you. You’ll need this for later!

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With your fire block in hand, stand on the statue platform to leave this room and make your way up the steps. Follow the trail of coins until you reach a strange floor pattern that, when stepped on, sends you back to your starting position. Use Arresto Momentum on the floor to cross it without getting sent back.

As you follow the path, you’ll find another room full of enemies and another block puzzle. Place the fire block from before onto the fire symbol platform before looking for the second block. You’ll find the second one on the ledge to your left, which you can use either Wingardium Leviosa or Accio to pull down to the ground. Place this on the other platform and blast the blocks with Levioso and Incendio to open the door.

Within this final room, you’ll find Rococo. Use your Nab-Sack on him and return to Agnes to rescue Rococo and wrap up the quest!

Hogwarts Legacy is available on PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch through the official website. If you’re interested in learning more about the game, check out Where to Find Kneazles in Hogwarts Legacy and All Broom Locations in Hogwarts Legacy.


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