Hogwarts Legacy Zenobia Gobstones, Give or Keep Choice

Solving the Gobs of Gobstones side quest in Hogwarts Legacy will present you with an interesting dilemma – should your return the Gobstones to Zenobia Nuke, or should you keep them? Read on as we explain the differences and consequences of these two choices.

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Hogwarts Legacy Zenobia Gobstones, Give or Keep Choice
Hogwarts Legacy Return Gobstones zo Zenobia or Keep Them?

Hogwarts Legacy Give or Keep Zenobia Gobstones Choice

Relatively early in the game, you will receive the Zenobia Noke side mission regarding her stolen Gobstones. Gobstones are a game similar to marbles in real life, with an “interesting” twist where the stones would squirt a disgusting smelly liquid at a player when they lost a point. Naturally, the game is not very popular due to that. Hence, other kids have hidden Zenobia’s Gobstones.

Check out our video for an in-depth guide on how to find all the Gobstones. In this guide, however, we will focus on the dialogue choices once you find them all and return to Zenobia to complete the quest. Here they are:

  • Yes, of course.
  • No, I think I’ll keep them.

As you can see, they are fairly simple. Either you keep Zenobia’s Gobstones or give them back to her. If you choose to give the Gobstones back to her, she will be very happy, and you’ll receive 180 XP. She will go to the Great Hall to play the game again against others if you encourage her to do so. If you say it is “a horrible idea,” she will play alone.

Finally, the last option we have is for you to keep them and not give the Gobstone back to Zenobia. This would be a very mean thing to do to the poor Zenobia, who will say that you are “as bad as everyone else” and that she “hates this school”. Nevertheless, you will still be able to find her outside playing alone. Given that there are no differences, we advise you given them back to her, as that’s the most moral thing to do in our book.

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