Nothing will top that first feeling of diving into Hogwarts Legacy, selecting your house, and running off to your house bunk and common room at Hogwarts. It’s the beginning of what will undoubtedly be a long, exciting, and magical adventure. And, while these shared rooms are fun and all, you’ll eventually want a space to call your own. That comes a little later in the main story when you unlock the Room of Requirement. In order to decorate this private room of yours, you’ll need Moonstones. So, read on to learn the best ways to farm this material below!
How to Get Moonstones in Hogwarts Legacy
There are three main ways to get Moonstones in Hogwarts Legacy: finding them, farming them, or using the Evanesco spell on existing decorations. The first method of finding Moonstones isn’t the most efficient, but it can still yield a fair amount. You can find Moonstones in the forested and mountainous areas of the Highlands region. They appear as a cluster of spikey blue glowing rocks. You can actively search for Moonstones throughout here, and they do respawn, but it’s not the most time-efficient method.
That’s why we recommend farming Moonstones passively, which is easily the best way to acquire the item. To farm Moonstones, you’ll need to conjure a Material Refiner in your Room of Requirement. To do that, you’ll need to pick up the Material Refiner Spellcraft from Tomes and Scrolls in Hogsmeade for a stiff 1,500 Galleons. This is a hefty asking price, but in return, the Material Refiner will passively make you 10 Moonstones every 10 minutes. Furthermore, you can have up to three Material Refiners in your Room of Requirement. So, it’s pretty easy to see why this is the best, most time-saving method.
The last method of getting Moonstones is by using the Evanesco spell. You learn this spell from Professor Weasley when you first unlock the Room of Requirement. Essentially, you can cast this spell on any item in your Room of Requirement to remove it and receive some Moonstones in exchange. The best part is that you still have the option to put the item back alter if you wish.
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