If you need to climb the battlements in Hogwarts Legacy to complete The High Keep quest, you’ve come to the right place. This is a quest that comes at around the midpoint of the story, and it has players stumped.
The quest begins when you meet Natty near Falbarton Castle on the Hogwarts Legacy map. She asks for your help in retrieving a letter from the Dark Wizards. As the main gate is locked, you become separated from Natty, meaning you need to climb the walls of the battlements to enter the Gatehouse. It’s the first objective in The High Keep quest in Hogwarts Legacy, so here’s how to do it.
Hogwarts Legacy climb the battlements
To the right of the bridge, there’s a gap which slopes down to a wooden wall. Scale this and use Revelio to reveal a hidden device. Use Depulso on the device to open the iron gate and reveal a chest.
Cast Wingardium Leviosa to move the chest outside to the broken wall, stand on the chest, and then use Levioso to raise it in place. Jump on top of it, then leap up to the gap in the wall.
To open the Gatehouse for Natty, go around the building and through the window, move the chest, then go back the way you came and break the wooden barricade and crawl through.
Cast Depulso repeatedly on the device to raise the gate. Finally, use Accio on the golden handle to lower the gate, so Natty can join you. You can then continue onwards, climbing the structure until you reach the top. There are a few spots where you need to cast spells to continue ahead, but once you reach the top, you’ll fly away with the book while rescuing some Hippogriffs that you can add to your Hogwarts Legacy beasts collection.
That’s how to climb the battlements in Hogwarts Legacy for The High Keep quest. For more tricky quests, here’s where to find all the Hogwarts Legacy Demiguise Statues along with the Hogwarts Legacy Daedalian Keys. There are also plenty of Hogwarts Legacy Infamous Foes to take down and Hogwarts Legacy landing platforms to seek out when you have the time. If you’re looking for something else to play, then our list of the best PC games will have something for you.
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