Hogwarts Legacy Avada Kedavra

If you want to unlock Avada Kedavra in Hogwarts Legacy, you will have to put in a lot of work. It makes sense; you can’t just get access to the worst of all spells, the Killing Curse, by just casually strolling through the game. But there is a way to learn it, if you’re so inclined. Here’s what you need to do to unlock this Forbidden Curse in Hogwarts Legacy.

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hogwarts legacy avada kedavra
Hogwarts Legacy Avada Kedavra

How to Get Avada Kedavra in Hogwarts Legacy

To unlock and get the Avada Kedavra Forbidden Curse in Hogwarts Legacy, aka the Killing Curse, you need to further the friendship quest line with Sebastian. Basically, just complete the quests that Sebastian gives you, and eventually, you’ll come across the mission called In The Shadow Of The Relic. At one point of the quest, you’ll come across a section where you have to chase Sebastian. Once that’s over, a brief conversation follows. Select “Everybody should know that curse” and “Yes, please” when prompted. Sebastian will then teach you how to perform the fabled curse. Keep in mind that it will take a lot of work to get to this point, and the quest itself is very high-level. Then again, your reward is this spell, so…

And there you go, that’s how you unlock Avada Kedavra in Hogwarts Legacy, in case you want to use the most vile Forbidden Curse there is. As you’d expect, it drops pretty much every single creature with one hit. That should make fights way, way easier to do. Now, as for what consequences using Avada Kedavra might inccur, we don’t know. Let us know in the comments if you know what they are. What we do know is that any house can learn the Killing Curse, not only Slytherins. The only prerequisite is that you become close enough with Sebastian for him to impart this horrible knowledge onto you. Either way, I’d definitely recommend not throwing Avada Kedavra around all willy-nilly. At least save the game first.

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