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How To Get Venomous Tentacula In Hogwarts Legacy

The Venomous Tentacula in "Hogwarts Legacy" is a potion ingredient, weapon, and pet all in one – certainly not the kind of plant one comes across every day. That's what makes obtaining it so worthwhile and exciting, not to mention the fact that it's key to game progression.

Players are eager to reach the end of "Hogwarts Legacy" and explore its many mysteries, magical plants included. The Venomous Tentacula is particularly appealing given its long-standing history in the "Harry Potter" universe, as well as its creepy charms. Carnivorous and spiked, the Venomous Tentacula is a versatile and desirable plant for Hogwarts students.

In addition to its natural appeal and one-of-a-kind design, a big motivator for obtaining a Venomous Tentacula is gaining access to Wingardium Leviosa, the levitation spell, through beating herbology Professor Garlick's Assignment 1 side quest (via IGN). Professor Garlick also requires a Mandrake. Fortunately, there's a one-stop shop for both of these enchanted forms of life.

Buy the Venomous Tentacula at Dogweed and Deathcap

Getting one's hands on the Venomous Tentacula is a walk in the park – or a quick jaunt over to Hogsmeade as the case may be (per IGN). Of course, Players would not actually want to put their hands on the plant if they had the choice given its venomous and violent capabilities. That said, the first step to obtaining the Venomous Tentacula is going to Dogweed and Deathcap, a shop in the North area of Hogsmeade. For reference, it's on the other side of the river as Madam Snelling's Tress Emporium.

Upon entering Dogweed and Deathcap, gamers can approach Beatrice Green to open her shop inventory. Among other offerings, including the Mandrake required for Professor Garlick's quest to unlock the Wingardium Leviosa spell, Beatrice Green has Venomous Tentacula for sale in a few forms. A seed is available for 1,050 Galleons, while two weapon-ready forms of the plant are on offer for 600 Galleons. For the record, Mandrake prices are also fairly reasonable at 800 Galleons for a seed and 500 Galleons for a two-pack of weapon versions of the plant. Professor Garlick isn't picky, so any form will work for quest completion.