Connect with us


Hogwarts Legacy: Best Overpowered Builds

One shot your enemies by using an overpowered build!




Hogwarts Legacy Best Overpowered Builds

Building your own character and planning your Hogwarts journey is a big part of the fun and enjoyment of Hogwarts Legacy.

While there is no requirement to maximize your character’s build, you’d be amazed at how creative and fun you can get with the game’s Talent system.

This opens up the possibility of making overpowered builds for your character. In this guide, we’ll look at some overpowered builds you can use which are as follows:

Merlin Build

Merlin Build

Source: Rognarr Atheo


  • Glacius
  • Depulsio/Incendio
  • Expelliarmus
  • Arresto Momentum


  • Glacius Mastery
  • Descendo Mastery
  • Slowing Curse
  • Protego Expertise

Gear Traits:

  • Ancient Magic III
  • Disarming III
  • Control III

The core concept behind this design is straightforward with the use of Ancient Magic, thus the name, but there are numerous possibilities.

While this build is intended to emphasize powerful Ancient Magic strikes and improved versions of numerous “Control” spells, these don’t deal a lot of damage on their own.

Combine and enhance them, however, and you’ll soon be able to dictate the terms of almost any fight.

During a typical fight, you will plague enemies with Arresto Momentum and Expelliarmus before quickly filling up your Ancient Magic meter for strong finishing hits.

You can also use Protego to punish foes who dare to attack you. It might also be entertaining to use the advanced Transformation talent.

The rest of this build will be entirely up to you.

Herbalist Build

Herbalist Build

Source: Rognarr Atheo


  • Expelliarmus
  • Confringo
  • Bombarda
  • Transformation
  • Depulso


  • Focus Potion Potency
  • Thunderbrew Potency
  • Noxious
  • Confringo Mastery
  • Depulso Mastery
  • Basic Cast Mastery
  • Fertiliser
  • Edurus Potion Potency
  • Maxima Potion Potency
  • Bombarda Mastery

Gear Traits:

  • Herbology III
  • Fangs III
  • Concentration III

The Herbalist build depends on items that other builds in the game will usually disregard. However, if you like to keep potions and plants on hand, you’ll soon discover that this build is almost unbeatable.

Plants will deal massive passive damage, Thunderbrew will drastically reduce your cooldown times, and Maxima will ensure that you always get the most out of your upgraded damage spells.

This build is all about preparation. Drink a few potions, toss your plants into battle, and then unleash the full force of your newly enhanced spells.

You’ll have to spend most of your time gathering necessary materials in the Room of Requirement, but the end result will be worth it.

While it can be annoying to constantly ensure that you have an adequate supply of potions and plants, once you get it going, this is an amusing way to play the game.

It’s chaos in the best way possible, and it’s ideal for those who want to explore a different side of Hogwarts Legacy.

Death Eater Build

Death Eater Build

Source: Rognarr Atheo


  • Crucio
  • Imperio
  • Avada Kedavra
  • Arresto Momentum
  • Flipendo
  • Expelliarmus


  • Imperio Mastery
  • Crucio Mastery
  • Enduring Curse
  • Blood Curse
  • Curse Sapper
  • Avada Kedavra Mastery
  • Swift
  • Focus Potion Potency
  • Basic Cast Mastery

Gear Traits:

  • Unforgivable III
  • Cruelty III

A Dark Arts build can be extremely powerful in Hogwarts Legacy. Thus, it should be no surprise that the Dark Arts have tempted several Hogwarts Legacy players.

You can’t go wrong by selecting all 14 Talents from the Dark Arts Talent tree.

Not only do those talents improve the effects of the Unforgivable Curses, but they also work well with your three flex spells: Expelliarmus, Arresto Momentum, and Flipendo.

You’ll soon be cursing multiple enemies at once and dispatching them with a well-timed Avada Kedavra.

Of course, given the power of the game’s upgraded “Curse” effect, many of them are unlikely to live long enough to witness that spell.

For this build, we highly recommend dividing your remaining points between the Room of Requirement and Core Talent Trees. However, you should also consider investing in some Stealth skills.

On the other hand, the Spells tree is largely skippable in this build because you’re relying on a specific set of spells. Once you’ve got the fundamentals in place, you can go ahead and one-shot enemies.

ALSO READ: Where to Find All Arboretum Runic Symbol Locations in Metroid Prime

Click to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *