As you explore Hogwarts you will come across a pleasant student called Zenobia who wants you to find some items for her. But, where exactly can her Hogwarts Legacy Gobstones locations be found? To save you the hassle of trying to find them, we have pulled together all of their locations for you.
These locations will help you complete the task she sets for you and also allows you to work towards being able to level up in Hogwarts Legacy and hit the Hogwarts Legacy max level and level cap a little sooner than if you didn’t help her. So, get exploring around the Hogwarts Legacy map.
Hogwarts Legacy Gobstone locations
There are a total of six Gobstone locations in Hogwarts Legacy. They are in the following locations, found during our Hogwarts Legacy review:
|Gobstone one||Transfiguration Courtyard|
|Gobstone two||Central Hall Rafters|
|Gobstone three||Divination Classroom|
|Gobstone four||Ravenclaw Tower|
|Gobstone dive||Outer Trophy Room|
|Gobstone six||Inner Trophy Room|
Gobstone one location – Transfiguration Courtyard
To find Zenobia’s Gobstone location in The Astronomy Wing, make your way to the large dragon statue in the Transfiguration Courtyard area and look on the roof above the hallway. The Gobstone is tucked away in the roofing.
Gobstone two location – Central Hall Rafters
To find the first of Zenobia’s Gobstones in The Library Annex, head to the spiral staircase using the Divination Classroom Floo Flame. From here, head up the small wooden stairs to enter onto the walkway above the hall. One of Zenobia’s Gobstones can be found on the rafters to your left.
Gobstone three location – Divination Classroom
To find the second of Zenobia’s Gobstones locations in The Library Annex, return to the Divination Classroom Floo Flame and head to the floor above using the spiral staircase. A ladder will drop down from the ceiling when you reach the top of the stairs but don’t climb it. Instead, turn around and look at the chandelier above the staircase where you will find the final Gobstone location in The Library Annex.
Gobstone four location – Ravenclaw Tower
To find the first of Zenobia’s Gobstones in The Grand Staircase, travel to the Ravenclaw Tower Floo Flame. Next, if you look down the corridor adorned with blue pillars, you will see the Gobstone hidden in one of the pillars.
Gobstone five location – Outer Trophy Room
The second and third of Zenobia’s Gobstones in The Grand Staircase are located close to each other in the Trophy Room. Begin by travelling to the Trophy Room Floo Flame where you will find a corridor populated by suits of armour. A Gobstone location can be found almost immediately by looking at the wood around one of the large windows in this hallway.
Gobstone six location – Inner Trophy Room
The final Gobstone is located in the Trophy Room itself, on one of the shelves. The Trophy Room is cluttered with a variety of different trophies, awards, and cabinet displays, so it’s easy to miss Zenobia’s Gobstone.
With all the Gobstones you can return to Zenobia and complete the quest to get some rewards.
That covers the Hogwarts Legacy Gobstones locations. For more guides on the Hogwarts Legacy side quests and more, check out our full and complete Hogwarts Legacy walkthrough article. You’ll definitely want to work towards one of our Hogwarts Legacy best builds first though.
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.