Walking through Hogwarts Castle on foot is very good, I suppose, but do you know what is even better?
Touring the castle land in the broom.
If you are wondering when exactly you can get a broom in Hogwarts Legacies is what you need to know.

How to get a broom at Hogwarts Legacy

You can get a broom in Hogwarts Legacy after you have completed your flight lesson, which is part of the main story.
Just be sure to prioritize all yellow markers of the history mission, and once you have cleared your first dungeon, you will unlock a new mission to take a flight lesson with Professor Pagoda.
If you are only focusing on the missions of history, it will take you about four hours to reach this point.
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This lesson will teach you the basic concepts of flying a broom, including how to ascend and descend, and how to accelerate and give you a momentum in full flight.
After completing the lesson, you can go to Spin twitches in Hogsmeade to buy your own broom stick for only 600 gold.

How to invoke and improve your broom

Once you bought your broom, you can invoke it by holding the L1 button and then touching the circular button.
However, keep in mind that there are some areas in Hogwarts Legacy that prohibit flying.
For example, you cannot fly in the castle itself or in Hogsmeade.
The broomstick is designed to allow you to cover longer distances in the outdoor land, which is useful, considering how large the world is.
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After buying your broom, you can also start flight tests with Imelda in the castle.
Completing these tests will allow you to buy broom improvements in Spin twitches to improve your stability, handling and speed.
That is all you need to know how to get a broom in Hogwarts Legacy.
Be sure to search DLPRIVATOSERVER to get more tips and information about the game.


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