How to Complete ‘The Girl from Uagadou’ Quest in Hogwarts Legacy

With this guide, you can learn how to complete "The Girl from Uagadou" story quest in Hogwarts Legacy and what happens in it.

“The Girl from Uagadou” is an early main story quest in Hogwarts Legacy that takes place in a hamlet called Lower Hogsfield. It is a short quest where players talk to Natty Onai to learn some interesting things about her and add her as a possible ally. 

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In this Hogwarts Legacy guide, we will walk you through “The Girl from Uagadou” story quest while sharing the location of Lower Hogsfield. 

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How to complete “The Girl from Uagadou” quest in Hogwarts Legacy

Screengrab Via Touch Tap Play | Credit: Hritwik

To complete “The Girl from Uagadou” quest in Hogwarts Legacy, all players must do is talk to Natty Onai at the Lower Hogsfield entrance. Once you exhaust her dialogues, the quest will end, and you will be prompted to investigate a nearby commotion. 

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When you investigate, you will find an NPC being harassed by Rookward’s men. Save her, and she will introduce you to Merlin Trials, which you can use to increase your Gear Storage.  

Now, back to the main topic. At the beginning of “The Girl from Uagadou” quest, open your map and teleport to Hogwarts North Exit Floo Flame or any other exit you have unlocked. 

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Once outside, open the world map and make your way south of Hogwarts. Stick to the road, and you will eventually arrive at Lower Hogsfield hamlet. Also, when you open the world map, you can see the main quest marker south of Hogwarts. You can mark it to make the journey to Lower Hogsfield even easier. 

Here is a map screenshot that shares the location of Lower Hogsfield:

Screengrab Via Touch Tap Play | Credit: Hritwik

Once there, talk to Onai and exhaust her dialogue options to complete “The Girl from Uagadou” quest. 

That concludes our guide on how to complete “The Girl from Uagadou” story quest in Hogwarts Legacy.

Hogwarts Legacy is an immersive open-world role-playing game coming to PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, Nintendo Switch, and PC. For more news, guides, and features, check out our dedicated section

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Hritwik is a guides writer who has been writing about video games for almost a decade. He is a Computer Science graduate who has always been into gaming. Most of the time, you will find him covering News and Guides for various publications. And when he is not working, you will find him fighting with his friends about how good of a gamer he is. His favorite games include Fallout 76, Borderlands 2, Call of Duty, Apex Legends, Destiny 2, Souls series, Genshin Impact, and The Last of Us.

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