Content Type: Gaming Guides
This main story quest walkthrough for “Weasley’s Watchful Eye” is a brief one, as the entire quest consists of going to Professor Weasley’s office and speaking with her.
- Quest Type: Main Story
- Location: Transfiguration Classroom, Hogwarts Castle (map)
- Level 24
- Complete The Final Repository
Talk to Professor Weasley
Professor Weasley is waiting for you in her office; open the Hogwarts Map, select the Astronomy Wing, and fast travel to the Transfiguration Classroom Floo Flame. Professor Weasley’s classroom is straight ahead (south-southwest) — enter, then continue to the far right corner of the classroom to find the door to her office.
Enter her office, walk up to her, and speak with her by pressing /. A cutscene will play in which she compliments your accomplishments, but suggests that you continue filling out your Field Guide. When your conversation with her ends, so will this quest!
At this point in the game, there’s one more main story quest to do, but it requires level 34. If you aren’t there yet, you’ll need to complete challenges, collect Field Guide Pages, and do optional content such as side quests. Once you’ve reached level 34, you’ll be able to begin the game’s final main story quest.
The House Cup[WIP]
Daniel, seriously? Not one website is commenting on the consequences of lying or telling the truth when speaking with professor Weasley in this mission after the transfiguration class! How are all of you guys missing this critical part of the mission? It’s just lazy!
I believe you’re thinking of the quest Welcome to Hogwarts, not the quest you’re commenting on (although it doesn’t take place after transfiguration class so I could be mistaken as to what you’re talking about).
In Welcome to Hogwarts, lying to Professor Weasley alters the dialog you get with Professor Fig… and that’s it. It therefore didn’t feel particularly important to note — if you’ve discovered other consequences for your dialog choices in Welcome to Hogwarts, we’d love to add them to the guide! Please do let us know what you’ve discovered.