Harry Potter: Wizards Unite Potter's Calamity event — Tips, Tricks, and Full Guide

All the Potter's Calamity event assignments (Week 1)

Here's a list of all the assignments you will need to complete during the event and the list of rewards you will get for completing each assignment!

Potter's Calamity I Tasks (Week 2)

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Pick up 5 ingredients or Portmanteaus10 Brilliant Family XP
Dine at Inns 2 times10 Brilliant Family XP
Return 5 medium threat Foundables15 Brilliant Family XP

When you've completed these first three tasks, you'll also get additional rewards which include 500 XP, 20 Brilliant Family XP, two Restricted Books, and a new Ministry ID sticker!

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1 Comment
  • I deleted this game from my iPhone the other day for two reasons. One, it is virtually unplayable in my area because you are constantly running out of spell energy and there are no Inns in my city at all, you have to drive 10 miles to the next town to find one and then spend an hour or so reloading. Not acceptable at all.
    Second, the game is nothing but a money grab since you are constantly having to spend real money to upgrade the storage space for potion ingredients, potions, and other items, or buying ingredients that simply are not available to find lying around. Of course this can be done with gold coins as well, but those are exceedingly rare in the game and you have to spend more real money to get some to just complete a potion recipe because you will never find all the necessary ingredients. Eventually it gets to where you ask yourself "What's the point?".
    I could add a third reason that is the game just gets monotonous after a while when all you do is interact with the same elements and foundables over and over and over again. There doesn't seem to be any sort of progression regime to the game or end-goal or anything like that. Essentially, it got boring very quickly.