Centaurs and owls are brought in by the new Harry Potter LEGO sets.
Collectors of the figures may be particularly pleased, with many characters receiving their legacy form thanks to new sets arriving in August.
The magic world created by JK Rowling is very difficult to grasp, especially by processing the adventures of the Chosen One from newer and newer aspects. A few months ago, the Minecraft mod was released, bringing a full role-playing game to Harry Potter fans, but soon we can build new iconic locations for books and movies ourselves, thanks to LEGO’s new kits. The sets will debut on June 1st.
You can get the cheapest stock (# 75966) for 7490 HUF; it is a set of 193 pieces from which you can build a room of need. It includes Harry, Hermione, Luna Lovegood and a practice puppet minifigure, as well as an otter and a rabbit patron as part of the set.
For 3,500 forints more, you can build the 253 Forbidden Lot (# 75967), in which you can put together Grop, Hagrid’s giant half-brother, and in addition to the Harry-Hermione pair, it also includes Dolores Umbridge and two centaur figures.
For 13990 HUF we get an almost scale, flying Hedvig statue (# 75979), which consists of 630 parts. In my opinion, this is the coolest of them all, as not only does it display the self-sacrificing snowy owl, but thanks to a little mechanics, by turning a small lever we can even handle the wings and move the head – it’s almost magic.
Those who may want to build Privet Drive 4 (# 75968) will have to ring for 24990 HUF, in exchange for the Dursley family and their entire home, even hitting the figures of Harry, Ron and Dobby, as well as the independent Ford of England.
You can get the two most expensive sets for 35990 HUF; the observatory tower (# 75969) can be built from 971 parts, while the residence of the Weasley family, Odut (# 75980) can be built from 1047 parts. In addition to the tower, you can put together a potion classroom and a greenhouse in the former Hogwarts site, where mandrakes are also located there. We are talking about a properly released set in Figura Square, as we also find Harry, Hermione, Ron, Neville, Professor Horatius Lumpsluck, Luna Lovegood, Lavender Brown and Draco Malfoy.
The Burrow set depicts the scene in which the Death Eaters strike the Order of the Phoenix, which is currently home to the Weasleys, so we can find a few flames next to the house, but don’t be ashamed of the set: Harry, Ron, Ginny, Arthur and Molly Weasley, Nymphadora Tonks, Bellatrix Lestrange and Fenrir Greyback enrich the set.
Which would you most like to build?