One of the most exciting and wacky quests in Hogwarts Legacy is the Polyjuice Plot. During this mission, your character drinks a Polyjuice potion, turning you into Professor Black, the Headmaster. Using this temporary power, you’ll interact with various students and teachers and figure out how to gain access to the Headmaster’s office. One situation you’ll find yourself in is talking to Scrope, Black’s House-elf, as you determine a secret passcode for accessing the office. If you’d like to learn more, continue reading to discover the Black family motto in Hogwarts Legacy.
What Is the Black Family Motto in Hogwarts Legacy? – Answered
Before heading into the correct answer for this quest, it’s important to note that there is no penalty for choosing the wrong answer. When you pick either of the two incorrect answers, you’ll encounter some interesting dialogue between you as Professor Black and Scrope, his House-elf. It’s worth checking out these options if you want a quick laugh or are interested in their interactions.
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Once you’re ready to pick the right Black family motto, choose “It’s to do with purity of the blood”, known in the next cutscene as “always pure”. Scrope also reveals the motto is in French, translating to “Toujours Pur”. This immediately shows a lot about the professor’s family values and history. However, the quest doesn’t go much further into this, as your Polyjuice power disappears shortly after this conversation.
With this new information, your character must venture through the school until you make it past the Trophy Room. You’ll find a stone statue that, once you say the motto to it, reveals a winding staircase leading to the Headmaster’s Office.
Hogwarts Legacy is available on PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch through the official website. To learn more about the game, check out How to Solve the Key of Admittance Puzzle in Hogwarts Legacy and Can You Stack Traits in Hogwarts Legacy?