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Marunweem Lake: All 4 Merlin Trial Puzzles

This guide shows how to solve all Merlin Trial puzzles in the Marunweem Lake area of the Hogwarts Legacy game, which released on 10th February 2023. Solving Merlin Trials increases your gear capacity.

Also Read: All 95 Merlin Trial Puzzles in Hogwarts Legacy

1) Symbol Pillars Merlin Trial

As the trial starts, three pillars with symbols will become active. The pillars will have another stone cube with symbols placed above them. To complete this trial, you will need to use the Flipendo spell to flip the top stone such that symbol on the pillar and the stone match on all faces as shown in the second picture below.

2) Giant Stone Ball Merlin Trial

After starting the trial, go to the east side of the ruins and use Depulso on the switch as shown in the second picture below. This will open the gate. Go inside and bring out the giant. Take it across the wooden bridge on the east side and drop it into the giant hole there to complete the trial.

3) Stone Platforms Merlin Trial

After the trial starts, jump on seven platforms nearby to complete the trial.

4) Moonlight Merlin Trial

After using the Mallowsweet, three stone pillars with moonlight gems will activate in the area nearby. You will also find clusters of butterflies in the area. Go near the butterflies and use the Lumos spell, which will make them follow you. Take them to the giant stone pillar, which will light it up. Light up the three giant stone pillars to complete the Merlin Trial. All the pillars and butterflies are near the trial and very easy to spot, except one butterfly cluster, which is near a giant statue on the east side of the trial.

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