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Hogwarts Legacy Demiguise statue, uses, locations

Here’s the Hogwarts Legacy Demiguise statues locations to track down these pesky collectibles for The Caretaker’s Lunar Lament and Demiguise Dread trophy.

Hogwarts Legacy Demiguise statue locations: A Demiguise Moon statue sat on a table.

One of the main collectibles you’ll be tracking down in Hogwarts Legacy are Demiguise statues, small statues depicting mysterious Demiguise creatures, a magical beast that can turn invisible and tell the future. While the Demiguise statues aren’t invisible, they are no doubt hard to find. Here are all Hogwarts Legacy Demiguise statue locations to help you out.

To help you with locating and collecting Hogwarts Legacy Demiguise statues, you’ll first need to know how to pick locks in Hogwarts Legacy and how to get level 1 locks in Hogwarts Legacy. We’ve found several Demiguise statues so far in our playthrough for our Hogwarts Legacy review.

Hogwarts Legacy Demiguise statues explained

Hogwarts Demiguise statues, or Demiguise Moons, are small statues often hidden behind locked doors that can only be collected at night. You’ll need to collect a small number of these to complete The Caretaker’s Lunar Lament quest, and you’ll need to collect more afterwards if you want to upgrade the Alohomora spell to unlock higher level lockpicking.

The most important thing to remember about Hogwarts Legacy Demiguise statues is that they can only be collected at night. Make use of the Hogwarts Legacy advance time mechanic to change the time to night whenever you’re ready to collect Demiguise moons.

Collecting Demiguise statues is the only way to get and upgrade the Alohomora lockpicking spell, which is required to collect harder to reach Demiguises as well as treasure.

  • You will need to find nine Demiguise statues to unlock Alohomora II.
  • You will need to find a further 13 Demiguise statues to unlock Alohomora III, the final upgrade.
  • Bring the Demiguise Moons to Mr Moon, Hogwarts’ caretaker.
  • You will need to find all 30 Demiguise Moon statues to complete the ‘Demiguise Dread’ trophy.

Hogwarts Legacy Demiguise statue locations

There are 30 total Hogwarts Legacy Demiguise statue locations:

Region Statues
North Ford Bog 1 Statue
Hogsmeade Valley 1 Statue
Hosmeade 9 Statues
Hogwarts 10 Statues
South Hogwarts Region 2 Statues
Hogwarts Valley 2 Statues
Fieldcroft Region 2 Statues
Marunweem Lake 1 Statue
Cragcroftshire 1 Statue
Manor Cape 1 Statue

Here is a breakdown of all the Hogwarts Legacy Demiguise statue locations:

As you can see they are all spread around the Hogwarts Legacy map. Since Demiguise Moon statues are hidden behind locked doors requiring Alohomora I, II, and III, the upgrades of which are gated by collecting said Demiguise statues, there is a loose order you’ll have to collect these statues.

To find out the best order to collect the Demiguise Moon statues in and the exact location of each, we recommend this video by ‘HarryNinetyFour’ covering all Demiguise statue locations:

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That’s all you need to know to find the pesky Hogwarts Legacy Demiguise Moon statue locations, what they are, and the rewards for collecting them. For more tips and wizarding knowledge, use our Hogwarts Legacy walkthrough to help you through your first year at Hogwarts.

Hogwarts Legacy has drawn considerable criticism during its development, largely due to the fact that the creator of the Harry Potter series, J.K. Rowling, has made a number of transphobic remarks on social media in recent years.

While Avalanche has confirmed that J.K. Rowling is not “directly involved” in the development of Hogwarts Legacy, it is working with “her team” and Portkey Games, a Warner Bros. label dedicated to launching new experiences inspired by J.K. Rowling’s original stories. It is currently unclear whether she will earn any royalties from the game’s sale, but it is likely given it is based on her original body of work.

If you would like to learn more about transgender rights or lend your support, we’d encourage you to check out the National Center for Transgender Equality in the US and Mermaids in the UK.