Hogwarts Legacy Ashwinder Eggs for Edurus Potion

If you don’t know where to find Hogwarts Legacy Ashwinder Eggs for the Edurus Potion, we’re here to help you. They’re fairly easy to spot in the wild, once you know where to look. Buying them from Hogsmeade is an option, but a costly one. It’s best to get gather them on your own. So, here’s where you can find them.

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hogwarts legacy ashwinder eggs for edurus potion
Hogwarts Legacy Ashwinder Eggs for Edurus Potion

Where to Find Ashwinder Eggs for Edurus Potion in Hogwarts Legacy

There are several places where you can find Ashwinder Eggs for the Edurus Potion in Hogwarts Legacy. For one, you can purchase then from J. Pippins Potions in Hogsmeade. They cost a hundred and fifty coins a pop, though. It’s not super-expensive, but it’s not exactly cheap, either. Plus, it adds up over time. Edurus gives your character extra defense, so you’ll be making it fairly often. Therefore, you need to know how to get the Eggs out in the open. Well, you can find them in nests on the ground in the northwest of Hogwarts Valley and around the middle of the Feldcroft Region. In the maps below, we’ll show you where we’ve managed to find them.

And there you go, that’s where you can find Ashwinder Eggs for your Hogwarts Legacy Edurus Potion. I recommend heading out gathering at night, or at least when it’s overcast. The Eggs glow orange, so it’s a little easier to spot them in the dark. Again, the nests are on the ground, and you’ll usually find them in clusters of three or four, with three eggs in each. That should be enough to make nine to twelve Edurus Potions. The other ingredient is Mongrel Fur, which you get by defeating Mongrels in the Forbidden Forest and other places. Or purchase them from Pippins for fifty gold, whatever works for you.

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