Hogwarts Legacy Tell Sebastian the Truth or Not Choice

In our Hogwarts Legacy Tell Sebastian the Truth or Not Choice guide, we are going to discuss what you should choose to tell Sebastian in Shadow of the Undercroft and other conversations. While we’re on the subject, we’ll talk about whether these choices even matter beyond giving your character a certain flavor. Let’s begin.

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Hogwarts Legacy Tell Sebastian the Truth or Not Choice

Tell Sebastian the Truth or Lie in Hogwarts Legacy In The Shadow Of The Undercroft

Whether you choose to tell Sebastian the truth or lie in the Shadow of the Undercroft choice in Hogwarts Legacy doesn’t seem to matter at all. And it’s not like you lie to him outright anyway; you just kinda tell him that you are not ready to tell him everything. That said, if you want to pursue the darker side of magic, such as learning the Unforgivable Curses, then you should probably focus on staying on Sebastian’s good side. Through his quest line, you can learn the Cruciatus Curse and even Avada Kedavra. So, maybe it’s a bit better to tell him everything this time around. It’s not necessary, but just to be on the safe side.

So, that’s basically all you need to know when it comes to the choice of whether you should tell Sebastian the truth or lie in Hogwarts Legacy Shadow of the Undercroft. As far as we can tell, the same is true for any choice when it comes to your friendship with the guy. For example, near the beginning, you can claim that you’ve dueled before, or you can come clean and say you’ve never used your wand in battle. Whatever you say, it doesn’t matter. I’m pretty sure the developers want you to experience everything they’ve made and won’t lock anything behind a choice. The most that might change is a few lines of dialogue. If I’m wrong, please, let me know in the comments.

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