Hogwarts Legacy sociopaths are using wingardium leviosa to launch cats off buildings
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When it comes to Hogwarts Legacy, chances are you’ve heard people joking about how they plan to be as evil as they can be during their playthrough. The meme springs to mind of someone using Avada Kedavra on the Hogwarts Express sweets trolley lady which you can’t do, just to clarify.
You can choose to be evil in the game though. Players will eventually be able to learn all three Unforgivable Curses, but doing so poses certain risks so proceed at your own peril. The game won’t exactly punish you for being evil, but the world will reflect your decisions back on you. In other words, there’s no morality system but you may find your fellow students giving you a wide berth. A small minority of Hogwarts Legacy players are perhaps taking their evil wrongdoings a little too far though.
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Reddit user EagleEyeValor took to the site to inform players that you “can launch kitties pretty far.” Virtual kitties, that is. Still, it’s rather concerning. They wrote, “When my friend told me you could Leviosa kitties, my first question was, ‘Can you Leviosa them off a bridge?’ Unfortunately, I was told you couldn't. However, I never considered that kitties themselves are a perfectly suitable launch vessel. Behold. And because I had a particular curiosity about yeeting them out of bounds, I tried that too. More testing in more areas needs to be done. I feel like there's untapped potential here.”
I must admit, I’m quite at a loss for words with how to respond to that. The kitties may be virtual, but please do not yeet them to infinity and beyond. Pet them. Cuddle them. Give them a scritch, but yeeting? No, please do not do that.
Many shared my confusion. TheDreamLightDude wrote, “Legends say this was how Voldemort’s downfall started,” while SkreksterLawrance added, “This guy would totally kill the turtle pope in Elden Ring.”
Topics: Hogwarts Legacy, Harry Potter, Warner Bros