How to Enter the Werewolf Tapestry Room in Hogwarts Legacy
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Hogwarts Legacy: How to Enter the Werewolf Tapestry Room

Hogwarts Legacy makes little mention of lycanthropy, but you can explore this topic in the Werewolf Tapestry Room.

The wizarding schools are chock-full of hidden rooms and riddles to solve. You may not be able to take a class on the mysterious topic of lycanthropy, but here’s how you can enter the Werewolf Tapestry Room in Hogwarts Legacy.

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How to Enter the Werewolf Tapestry Room in Hogwarts Legacy

Where to Find the Werewolf Tapestry Room

Bell Tower Courtyard Map Location in Hogwarts Legacy
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To find the Werewolf Tapestry Room in Hogwarts Legacy, start out from the Floo Flames point in the Bell Tower Courtyard. You’ll find this location listed under the Bell Tower Wing on your map of the school.

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When you fast-travel here, take the stairs to your left. You’ll come up on a door straight ahead. Go through to another stairwell.

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At the stairs, head down and through the doorway at the bottom. This will lead to — you guessed it — another staircase.

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Follow the stairs down once more to find a large tapestry embroidered with a blood-red letter K. The image depicts a woman leading a child by hand. Set against a large full moon, this sets the scene for what lies beyond the tapestry.

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Casting Revelio will reveal that a hidden room is located on the other side. However, you won’t need to use any spell combos to enter. Approach the tapestry and walk on through to a room filled with mysterious statues.

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Continue onward to another room at the end of the hall. Be sure to pick up any items you find along the way. In the final room, you’ll find walls lined with even more werewolf imagery. The twist: These tapestries tell the story of the Werewolf Saga.

How to Solve the Werewolf Saga Riddle

The first thing I noticed when I entered the Werewolf Tapestry Room in Hogwarts Legacy, was that each piece is connected. They seemingly tell the story of a family that hunted down a bloodthirsty werewolf. However, the story changes when you cast Lumos in front of each tapestry, as illustrated in my screenshots.

As you follow the events depicted in each image, you’ll learn that the story played out much differently. The woman dressed in yellow was, in fact, afflicted with the lycanthrope curse. Her wounds caused her to transform, and she was hunted by her family. In the end, she stands alone atop a mount marked with a K — the same one pictured in the tapestry that leads to the hidden room.

Uncovering the truth behind the events that transpired won’t earn you any rewards, but the lore explored in this room is both fascinating and worthwhile to unravel. As a Hufflepuff, I’d hoped that we would learn more about werewolves in Beasts class. Hopefully, we’ll see more on the subject with future content.

That’s how to enter the Werewolf Tapestry Room and solve the riddle inside. For more tips on Hogwarts Legacy, be sure to visit our guides hub.


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Olivia Rolls earned her degree in English from the College of Central Florida in 2021 and began her career as a freelance writer at Screen Rant the following year. She currently directs her creative efforts toward offering tips and insight on a wide variety of game titles at GameSkinny and BGFG, a passion she's held close to her heart since adventuring alongside Chikorita in Pokémon Crystal as a child. Olivia's all-time favorite franchises are Pokémon and Animal Crossing, but she's generally fond of fantasy RPGs and cozy games of all kinds. She's also a budding animanga enthusiast, her personal big three being Jujutsu Kaisen, Fruits Basket, and InuYasha.