Shops and Vendors – Hogwarts Legacy

In Hogwarts Legacy, you can equip your character with countless gear items, grow plants from seeds, customize the Room of Requirement and Vivarium, and much, much more. But, in order to take full advantage of any of that, you will need to use vendors in order to purchase a wide variety of things.

There are several vendors scattered throughout Hogwarts Legacy, with Hogsmeade having over 20 shops itself. Considering that each specializes in a different type of item, it can get a bit confusing. So, this guide exists to help you locate vendors, know what each sells, and learn how best to utilize their various shops.

Please note that this guide is a work in progress, and will not be complete until the game releases. When it does, we’ll work on updating it ASAP with more information.

Luckily, to make up for the large number of shops in Hogwarts Legacy, each is simple to navigate. To access most shops, you just need to speak to their shopkeeper, which will open their inventory. From here, you can choose to either purchase or sell items.

Under the “purchase” menu, the items available for purchase will be categorized. If there are any items needed for a quest, they will be under the category “Supplies” at the top of the purchase menu, otherwise, every item will be sorted by type. The cost of each item is displayed at the top right of the shop menu, whether buying or selling.

Some shops, such as Ollivander’s and Gringotts Wizarding Bank, are accessible during story segments and do not serve as inventory vendors in the same way as other shops do.

Run by Gerbold Ollivander, this is where you will go in order to select your wand (or have your wand select you). You will stop by Ollivander’s early in the story, after being sent to Hogsmeade for the first time to gather supplies, making this item impossible to miss. After arriving at Ollivander’s, Gerbold Ollivander will help you select your wand, allowing you to customize it by several metrics:

  • Wand Style, where you can select the shape and color of your wand
  • Wood Type, where you can select the wood type, wand length, and flexibility
  • Wand Core Options, where you can select between Dragon Heartstring, Unicorn Hair, and Phoenix Feather cores

Run by Thomas Brown, Tomes and Scrolls is your go-to for Spellcrafts, which you can use in the Room of Requirement to summon all sorts of items. At Tomes and Scrolls, you can purchase the following items:

Note: This list is incomplete, and will be updated as we get more information leading up to and after Hogwarts Legacy’s release.

  • Small Potion Station Spellcraft – 0 Gold
  • Potting Table with a Small Pot Spellcraft – 0 Gold
  • Beast Feeder Spellcraft – 1200 Gold

The Magic Neep – Planting Shop

Run by Timothy Teasdale, the Magic Neep is where you go for planting supplies including seed packets, potion ingredients, and a few Room of Requirement conjuration scrolls. At the Magic Neep, you can purchase the following items:

Note: This list is incomplete, and will be updated as we get more information leading up to and after Hogwarts Legacy’s release.

  • Dittany Seeds

Unknown for now

Unknown for now

Run by Parry Pippin, J. Pippin’s Potions is where you can purchase Potion Recipes and Ingredients, as well as Potions themselves. Potions are found under “Combat Tools.” At J. Pippin’s Potions, you can purchase the following items:

  • Wiggenweld Recipe – 0 Gold
  • Edurus Recipe – 0 Gold
  • Focus Potion Recipe – 1200 Gold
  • Thunderbrew Recipe – 1200 Gold
  • Invisibility Potion Recipe – 800 Gold
  • Maxima Potion Recipe – 500 Gold
  • Dugbog Tongue – 100 Gold
  • Leech Juice – 150 Gold
  • Mongrel Fur – 50 Gold
  • Thunderbrew – 1000 Gold

Run by Augustus Hill, Gladrags Wizardwear is where you can go to purchase new wearable gear for your character. The various pieces of equipment you can purchase from Gladrags includes:

  • Traditional School Robe – 0 Gold
  • Elegant Shirt and Tie Uniform – 200 Gold
  • Striped Jumper School Uniform
  • Trifecta School Robe
  • Ancient Mysteries Scarf
  • Daedalus Scarf

Run by Calliope Snelling, Madam Snelling’s Tress Emporium is the place you can go in order to customize your hairstyle after initial character creation. This will allow you to change the appearance of your character mid-game, in case you grow tired of it or think a different aesthetic would be more fitting.

Brood and Peck is the shop where you can go in order to get supplies related to Beast Care, including feed and conjuration recipes for your Vivarium. This will allow you to best care for your beasts. In case you want to skip that step, you can also buy beast byproducts directly from them.

Run by Albie Weekes, this is where you can purchase new brooms. Given broom flight is one of your main methods of transportation in Hogwarts Legacy, this is likely to be a very important shop, especially if different brooms have different capabilities, such as a faster speed or a longer boost meter. Even though Quidditch didn’t find its way into Hogwarts Legacy, you can never go wrong with a nicer broom.

Zonko’s store is where wizards (such as Fred and George in the original series) go to get pranks and other fun gadgets, which they can then take back to Hogwarts to use to torment other students. While it is easy to imagine various items from a prank store which may prove useful in Hogwarts Legacy (perhaps fireworks to distract enemies, or traps to trick them), we don’t actually know how Zonko’s will operate as of yet.

Hog’s Head Tavern was present in the original Harry Potter series as the location that is more run-down than Three Broomsticks, where they also serve butterbeer. As of yet, it is unclear how Hog’s Head will factor into the game, though it is likely to serve a similar narrative purpose as Three Broomsticks, where students can go to drink and various plot developments might occur.

We’ve only seen the outside of Dogweed and Deathcap so far, but it will be where you can purchase various Plants and Flowers, making it one of the two Herbology-related shops in Hogsmeade (the other being the Magic Neep, where you can purchase seeds). It can be assumed that you will buy plants and flowers that are already in bloom, or that are exotic, as opposed to the Magic Neep’s more generic wares focused on potting.

We haven’t got a chance to see Honeydukes in Hogwarts Legacy yet, but we do know (from the movies and books) that it is a famous candy shop. While it might be possible to purchase candy from Honeydukes in the game, it is more likely to be where one can trade collectible wizarding cards, which come bundled with various candies and can be quite valuable. Exact details, however, are unknown.

Run by Sirona Ryan, the Three Broomsticks is where you can go to purchase Butterbeer (don’t worry about drinking underage). Several times throughout the story, characters will invite you here, and it becomes a frequent location for cutscenes. The owner, Sirona Ryan, is a close friend of Lodgok, a shifty goblin who might be up to no good.

Presumably, different cauldrons will somehow assist you in potion brewing, though we don’t know how they will factor in yet. Perhaps upgrading your cauldron is what will allow you to make more potions? Whatever the case, this is sure to be the place to go for that.

Run by Thadeus Travers, Dervish and Bangs is a miscellaneous goods and repair shop, where you can usually finds all sorts of different things. Because of this, it is unclear whether Dervish and Bangs will be an actual vendor where you can purchase equipment and supplies, or if it will be more of a narrative location, considering its eclectic inventory.

Run by Ethel Wigley, this shop will surely be where the player will be able to purchase Quills. In the Wizarding World, quills can be used to automatically dictate dialogue, and are often used for notetaking. However, unless there is a series of lectures that we don’t yet know about, it is unclear what purpose quills will serve in Hogwarts Legacy for now.

The place where wealth is stored in the Wizarding World, Gringott’s Bank has been an institution for centuries. It is also the location of Vault 12, where ancient secrets lie. You will visit Gringott’s during the main story of the game, and most of what takes place in Gringott’s is related to the story.

Tied into the exclusive PlayStation 5 quest, the Haunted Hogsmeade Shop is one that the player will be able to purchase from Madam Cassandra Mason. It is an old clothing shop that is haunted by some nefarious force, which will require a quest before you are able to make use of it. We don’t have any details on the quest or shop as of yet, aside from that it will be a PlayStation exclusive, so probably won’t be critical for progression or achievements.

Now that you know all about the various shops in Hogwarts Legacy, it’s time to head to Hogsmeade and go on a shopping spree! After that, come back to check out our other guides on all things Hogwarts Legacy, including quests, characters, items, and more!

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