Secrets are no stranger to you in Hogwarts Legacy. Immediately from the beginning of the game, you will be asked by Professor Fig to keep details about your initial encounter with the dragon and goblin revolutionaries to yourself. That won’t prevent Professor Weasley from pressing you for answers. Should you tell her the truth? In the end, it may not matter. See our Hogwarts Legacy Should I Lie to Professor Weasley Guide to learn more.
Should I Lie or Tell the Truth to Professor Weasley in Hogwarts Legacy?
Ultimately, your choice to tell the truth to Professor Weasley or lie to her will not have an impact on the game going forward. While this is not a meaningful choice, the option you select will impact the dialogue you have not only with Professor Weasley but also Professor Fig.
If you admit there is more to your story when pressed by Professor Weasley, she will say little other than that she understands Professor Fig must have his reasons for keeping things under wraps. If you lie to her, she’ll note our story is almost word for word the same as Professor Fig’s.
Your dialogue with Professor Fig will also change depending on what you say to Professor Weasley. If you lie to Professor Weasley, Professor Fig will seem impressed with your ability to keep things close to your chest. Should you tell Weasley the truth, he will ask if she overheard them discussing the ruins you visited at the beginning of the game. In either situation, Fig notes that she is a brilliant, astute witch.
That’s it for this guide. Clearly, the answers you give do not matter much. Which option will you choose? Let us know in the comment section below.