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Hogwarts Legacy: Gryffindor House Guide

Everything to know about the most chivalrous house in Hogwarts.




Hogwarts Legacy Gryffindor House Guide

Gryffindor is possibly the most well-known of the houses in Hogwarts, as it was the house to which Harry Potter and his friends were assigned in the books and movies. As such, players of Hogwarts Legacy might wish to join this house.

This is even more true if they wish to go for a more “morally good” sort of playthrough.

In this guide, we’ll cover everything there is to know about Gryffindor in Hogwarts Legacy.

Gryffindor House Guide for Hogwarts Legacy

Joining Gryffindor in Hogwarts Legacy can be done early on in the game.

As part of the introductory sequence of the game, your character will put on the Sorting Hat. At this moment you’ll be allowed to pick any of the 4 houses to join, giving you the freedom to join Gryffindor.

Now, let’s go over some of the key aspects that differentiate Gryffindor from the other houses.

Gryffindor’s Sense of Justice

Gryffindors Sense of Justice

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The house of Gryffindor is known in Hogwarts for being home to many heroic wizards and witches. Gryffindor’s members have a strong sense of justice which compels them to perform heroic deeds.

This sense of justice will affect your character’s motives and actions during the course of Hogwarts Legacy’s story and is most fit for those who are seeking to commit to doing good.

Gryffindor also has a rivalry with Slytherin who considers Gryffindor to waste their time with pointless heroics.

Expect this to play a part in how your character interacts with characters from that house.

Your Companion at Gryffindor: Natsai Onai

Your Companion at Gryffindor Natsai Onai

Gryffindor’s morals are also seen in your companion, Natsai Onai.

Natsai Onai is compelled by her strong sense of justice. She seeks justice over all else and will do her best to help others.

Originally from Africa, she moved to Hogwarts when her mother became the new Divination professor. You can befriend her and help her with her struggles to adapt to Hogwarts via unique side-quests.

Gryffindor’s Common Room

Gryffindors Common Room

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The Common Room for Gryffindor might be very familiar to fans of the books and movies.

A fancy yet welcoming room for students to gather, this common room is hidden behind the portraits of a fat lady.

The room is intricately decorated, with its red and gold color scheme matching the uniform of Gryffindor. Speaking of which, players who join Gryffindor will be able to wear these colors on their clothes.

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