In a breath of fresh air, the latest title to come from the Wizarding World allows you to change aspects of your little witch or wizard without resorting to a whole new account. You just need to know what to look for. Here's how to change your name in Harry Potter Magic Awakened. You don't need a reason, but you will need a certain item.
Changing your name in Harry Potter Magic Awakened will change a fundamental part of your account. Though the fully-voiced NPCs will never be able to read it aloud and address you that way with their voices, their subtitles will often reflect it, which can still give you that elated, war, and fuzzy feeling if it's an integral part of your identity both in and out of the game.
How to change your name in Harry Potter Magic Awakened
You can change your name in Harry Potter Magic Awakened at the drop of a hat. But it will cost you.
Unlike your avatar, which can be tweaked to change anything but their gender (go figure) whenever you want and completely free of charge, you will need to use an appropriately-named Name-Changing Quill to jot to sign the Wizarding World's equivalent of a Deed Poll.
How to change names
Got a Name-Changing Quill in your inventory? Great. All you need to do now is open up your Knapsack using the button in the bottom-right of the screen. From here, tap into your Info panel and tap the tiny quill/feature icon by your name.
Enter you new name, tap the Quill icon at the bottom and, assuming the name isn't taken, confirm your choice. The Name-Changing Quill will be used up, and your new name will come into effect.
How to get a Name-Changing Quill in Harry Potter Magic Awakened
By following the steps above, you'll be prompted to buy a Name-Changing Quill for 500 Gems if you don't have one already. You won't find them in the shop.
And that's your lot. That's how you change your name in Harry Potter Magic Awakened. For more guides, check out how to leave a club in Harry Potter Magic Awakened. And if you can't make up your mind early in the game, here's the best house to choose, how to customise your wand, and how to reroll for the best decks for each format early on.