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How to Get the Hopping Pot in Hogwarts Legacy

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by Daniel Wenerowicz
Hogwarts Legacy

The Room of Requirement has space for numerous spellcrafts and devices that can aid you with materials or potions depending on what you need. One of those devices is the Hopping Pot in Hogwarts Legacy, and it’s a great way to earn some free potions without lifting a finger.

You’ll need to spend a handful of Galleons in order to get your hands on one, but afterward, it will infinitely spawn potions for you without any ingredients needed. They’re fairly easy to obtain, and we’ll outline the full process for you in our Hogwarts Legacy guide.

Hogwarts Legacy – How to Get the Hopping Pot

As one of the many spellcrafts meant for the Room of Requirement, you’ll need to head to our favorite blueprint vendor in Hogsmeade for your own infinite potion pot. The shop you’re looking for is called Tomes and Scrolls and it sells all the blueprints you’ll need for the room later on in the game.

You only need to spend 3,000 Galleons for the Hopping Pot, which may sound like a lot in the early part of the game, but it’s much cheaper than some other devices. Once you purchase the blueprint, you can head back to the Hogwarts Legacy Room of Requirement and set up the potion pot.

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Like other devices, you’ll need to use the Conjuration spell and look for an open space to place the Hopping Pot on the floor. Luckily, it doesn’t take up much room, so you can easily find a convenient space for this ever-moving device. As soon as you set up the pot, you’ll see the timer counting down, and you can collect a random potion every 12 minutes.

And that is all! If you are interested in learning more about the game, What is the House Chest Reward in Hogwarts Legacy? and What Are Landing Platforms in Hogwarts Legacy? – Answered.

Daniel Wenerowicz

Dan has been writing gaming guides and news as a staff writer and freelancer since he graduated from Westfield State University in 2020. You can find him covering the FPS and Battle Royale space at Prima Games.