During the main story quest “Professor Weasley’s Assignment” in Hogwarts Legacy, players meet Sophronia Franklin. This relatively sanguine NPC asks a series of Harry Potter trivia questions over different phases of a quiz, which you must answer to progress the quest—as well as receive some lucrative rewards in the form of Potions.
In total, there are three phases of trivia quizzes that Sophronia Franklin has to offer. Clearing the first phase, which consists of five questions, gives you the required Field Guide page that you need to progress the “Professor Weasley’s Assignment” quest.
Apart from that, if you linger longer, you can take the second and third trivia quizzes to receive additional rewards. But the questions Sophronia Franklin asks can become rather daunting to answer, as not everyone is a Harry Potter lore hunter or has the memory to remember even the smallest of details.
Among the many questions Sophronia asks, one is: “Who was the first Minister for Magic?”
In this guide, you can find the correct answer to the said question, as well as some additional details.
Who was the first Minister for Magic?
The answer to “Who was the first Minister for Magic?” in Hogwarts Legacy is Ulick Gamp.
Note: This guide is a part of the Sophronia Franklin quiz answers for Hogwarts Legacy. For answers to her other questions, we recommend you check out the dedicated section.
The said question belongs to the third round of Sophronia’s trivia quiz. When she asks you the above question, you are presented with three options:
- Ulick Gamp
- Cadmus Peverell
- Ethelred the Ever-Ready
Since “Who was the first Minister for Magic?” is the last question in Sophronia’s quiz, choosing the first option will end the quiz and net you the following rewards:
- Wiggenweld Potion x3
- Maxima Potion x1
- Edurus Potion x1
That concludes our Hogwarts Legacy answers guide, with the correct answer for the question “Who was the first Minister for Magic?”
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