Do you need a The Caretaker's Lunar Lament walkthrough for Hogwarts Legacy? The Caretaker's Lunar Lament is the 22nd Main Quest in the game, unlocked after completing Percival Rackham's Trial. As part of our Hogwarts Legacy guide, we are going to share our full The Caretaker's Lunar Lament walkthrough, which includes a step-by-step guide to every objective, puzzle solutions, and combat strategies.
Hogwarts Legacy: The Caretaker's Lunar Lament Walkthrough
Gladwin Moon, the caretaker at Hogwarts, wants to talk to you about something, and he's waiting near the Reception Hall. He's here to introduce Demiguise Statues to you, so once it's nighttime, remove the moon from the statue. He'll then instruct you to remove another two statues after learning Alohomora. Use the Spell to open the door to the Faculty Tower, then complete the mini-game. Before heading in, use Disillusionment to stay hidden and find the other two Demiguise Statues within the objective areas. Once you have them both, go back to Gladwin Moon. This completes the Main Quest and allows you to start properly collecting Demiguise Statues in the open world.
Hogwarts Legacy: The Caretaker's Lunar Lament Objectives
- Talk to Gladwin Moon
- Remove the moon from the statue
- Follow Gladwin
- Use Alohomora to open the Faculty Tower door
- Retrieve the Demiguise moon in the Prefects' Bathroom
- Retrieve the Demiguise moon in the Hostpital Wing
- Return the Demiguise moons to Gladwin
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