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How To Collect Demiguise Statues In Hogwarts Legacy

Demiguise Statues are one of the collectibles listed on the map, but how do you find them? In this guide on How To Collect Demiguise Statues In Hogwarts Legacy we’ll explain how you’re able to use and interact with these statues as you can encounter them very early in the game.

As you explore Hogwarts and the surrounding world, you may find small statues that look like monkeys holding a gem. These are the Demiguise Statues. When you look at the map, fully zoomed out, you can see each area has a list of collectible items you can discover. The Demiguise Statues is one of these items. You can see these just a few hours into the game, but you can’t actually do anything with the Demiguise Statues until much later in the game.

How To Collect Demiguise Statues In Hogwarts Legacy

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You need to follow the main story until you reach the quest called The Caretakers Lunar Lament. In this quest, where you also learn how to open locked doors, the caretaker at Hogwarts explains the purpose of the Demiguise Statues and that he wants you to collect as many as you can.

From this point on, you can interact with Demiguise Statues and just grab the gems whenever you see them, as long as it is nighttime. If it’s daytime, you will not be able to use the Demiguise Statues or take the gems from them, so you can only do it at night.

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