Hogwarts Legacy | Solved By The Bell Solution

Great treasures are hidden away throughout the world of Hogwarts Legacy. Some store away immense amounts of Galleons while others withhold fantastic gear for the player character to equip. Of course, many are easy to solve whereas the Solved By The Bell puzzle might differ. After progressing through the starting point of the puzzle in the Clagmar Coast, a map can be recovered at the end of the first stretch. This “Musical Map” displays nine aligned bells, a musical sequence, and the targeted “X” for the prize. Where is this location, and how can players solve this tuney conundrum? We’ll show you how to proceed with the Solved By The Bell puzzle.

How to Complete Solved By The Bell in Hogwarts Legacy

How to Complete Solved By The Bell in Hogwarts Legacy

Not many structures stand amid the Clagmar Coast, though the castle still remains in the middle of the Coast’s section on the map. Travel to the Clagmar Castle Floo Flame then make your way to the castle itself. You should be able to locate the bells within the castle grounds. From there, you’ll use Basic Attack to conduct a small series of tunes.

Musical affionidcandos shouldn’t have an issue relying on the clues with the Musical Map. But if you’re not musically in-tune with notes, here’s the solution to the puzzle in question (counting the bells 1-9, left to right as it descends):

  1. 8
  2. 5
  3. 3
  4. 4
  5. 5
  6. 1
  7. 2
  8. 4

Upon completing the sequence, the bells will play out a snippet of “Hedwig’s Theme” by John Williams. This is basically the main theme for the first Harry Potter film due to its multiple instrumental inclusions.

Of course, when you solve the puzzle, a nearby chest will open. It will contain the Treasure-Seeker’s Longcoat and 400 Galleons for you to spend. Nice playing along with the music there, student. If only there was a music class in the game to help stretch your auditory talents.

While you’re out and about in Hogwarts Legacy, here are a few more tips to take with you while you ride on your broom: