Hogwarts Legacy Duncan Hobhouse, Give Leaf or Not Choice
The Hogwarts Legacy Duncan Hobhouse Give Leaf or Not choice comes at the end of the Venomous Valour quest. You have the option to hand the Venomous Tentacula leaf to Duncan as you were asked or keep it to yourself. So, is there any difference in how the quest ends depending on your choice? Are there any real consequences? Well, let’s see.
Hogwarts Legacy Give Duncan Hobhouse Leaf or Not Choice
The “Give Duncan Hobhouse Leaf or Not” choice in Hogwarts Legacy Venomous Valour doesn’t have long-lasting consequences that we can see, certainly not as far as how the main plot unravels. If you do decide to fork the leaf over, Duncan is going to be very grateful and over the moon about finally getting rid of his nickname. On the other hand, if you decide to keep the leaf, Duncan will be quite upset. Then, you’ll get a chance to change your mind. If you still refuse, Duncan will remain upset, and that’s basically how it will all end. The quest will end just the same, and you’ll get identical rewards in both cases.
And there you have it, those are the differences in the Hogwarts Legacy Venomous Valour “Give Duncan Hobhouse Leaf or Not” choice. Well, that and the fact that you get to keep the Venomous Tentacula leaf if you don’t hand it to Puffskein. That said, even if you do, you can buy a whole plant from Dogweed and Deathcap. So, swings and roundabouts. And that about does it for this guide. If you need help with anything else in Hogwarts Legacy, check out some of our other guides. We’ve written articles like Lost Astrolabe Grace Choice, Steal Crossbow Bolt Dueling Feat, and Bridge Fire Puzzle in Viaduct Courtyard Solution. There are more coming down the pipe, so stay tuned.
thanks for the info so i wont give that petal to that p***y, if he would be man enough he could get himself, no boost for chickens… loser forever lol
It’s not cool he got bullied, but lying about his bravery ain’t the way to solve it. I gave him the leaf at first, and he bragged about how he was gonna share his story in the common room.
Tf? I reloaded just to tell him no. Wish there was a better way to do it than rubbing it in with the name-calling, but better he figure it out himself than lie his way out of it. Kid should’ve joined Slytherin the way he tried snaking his way out.