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Hogwarts Legacy Cache in the Castle Quest – all landmarks for Arthur’s Treasure Map

Arthur's Treasure Map Hogwarts Legacy

Hogwarts Legacy fans who have discovered Arthur and his obsession with treasure maps may find themselves in need. If you chat with Arthur outside the Charms classroom, he will offer you a map to try and follow. He seems convinced that the map leads to some good loot, so it makes sense to follow the quest. The good news is that the items should be easy enough to spot, but actually getting to them might throw you a little.

All landmark locations for Arthur’s Treasure Map

Hogwarts Legacy Arthurs Treasure Map Step 1

There are three locations you will need to find, a rhino skeleton, a dragon-shaped fountain, and a door. The first thing you will need to do is go down the stairs directly outside the Charms room.

Go down two flights of stairs, then take a left into a short corridor filled with busts and suits of armor. Turn right at the end of the corridor and head down the large marble staircase, and keep going until you find the large rhino skeleton on display.

Hogwarts Legacy Arthurs Treasure Map Step Four

After that, continue down the stairs until you reach the bottom, and there will be a set of double doors in front of you. Head out into the Transfiguration Courtyard and you will find the dragon-shaped statue in the center of it.

Hogwarts Legacy Dragon Statue Transfiguration Courtyard

Now, behind the statue to the northwest, at the end of the courtyard, is another set of double doors. Head inside, down the hall, then take the stairs on the right for two stories. You will come to a painting on the wall.

Hogwarts Legacy Hidden Doorway

You will need to cast the Accio spell on a strange handle at the top of the painting, and this will reveal a complex hidden door that you can go through to get your secret treasure map reward.

Hogwarts Legacy is available on the PlayStation 5, Xbox Series S/X, and PC via early access, and will be available to everyone on February 10, 2023.

Aidan O'Brien
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