How to complete Brother’s Keeper in Hogwarts Legacy

As you explore the wizarding world of Hogwarts Legacy, you will come across many quests and tasks to complete. Most of these side quests come from teachers and students at Hogwarts, but some can be found in Hogsfield and beyond. One such quest comes from Dorothy Sprottle. She’s worried about Clair Beaumont’s brother, Bardolph, and wants you to track him down to make sure he’s okay. This guide will show you how to complete Brother’s Keeper in Hogwarts Legacy.

Brother’s Keeper in Hogwarts Legacy Walkthrough

To find this quest you need to travel to the northern part of the map. Walk past Hogsmeade to the small construction of Upper Hogsfield. Here you will find Dorothy Sprottle near the city center. Talk to her and she will ask you to track down Bardolph Beaumont who went missing a while ago. Once you’ve spoken to Dorothy, you can speak to Claire, the shopkeeper in town, for more information. Before proceeding, we recommend that you are at least level 16 before accepting this quest.

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After speaking to Dorothy and Claire, head north of Upper Hogsfield to the area marked on your map. Look for the ruins in the search area. Once there, you will spot a large group of Inferi. These undead creatures cannot be damaged until you set them on fire. Once one of these enemies has been ignited with either an explosive barrel or the Incendio spell, you can damage them normally.

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Among the Inferi you can spot Bardolph Beaumont. He died on his journey and Claire needs to know about it. After defeating all of the enemies in the ruins, including Bardolph, return to Upper Hogsfield and talk to Claire. She will be dismayed to hear of her brother’s passing, but will thank you for your courage. How to complete Brother’s Keeper in Hogwarts Legacy

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