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a guide to the most
There's no way Lego would neglect the world of Harry Potter, and hundreds of HP-themed sets
have actually come out over the years. If you're a serious HP fan looking for the most jawdropping Harry Potter Lego Sets ever made, here are 3 strong competitors for the most important
and complicated sets produced for the franchise.
Keep in mind that there have actually been numerous different Hogwarts sets launched over the
years, and the greatest of them is the luxurious edition released in 2010. (Lego serial number
4842-1) This version of Hogwarts is built in 4 large sections with a magnificent enhance of over
1,200 individual pieces. (The Lego variation of the map, unfortunately, does not work as assembly
Putting this enormous castle together offers you 4 buildings that can be attached to each other in
a variety of different methods-- proper for an enchanting school-- or played with independently.
The finely-detailed indoor spaces in each building are the Great Hall, the Grand Staircase Tower,
the Headmaster's Workplace, and the West Tower.
One of the very best features of the flagship Hogwarts Castle set is that it matches other
Hogwarts Lego sets extremely carefully in regards to scale and design. This suggests that smaller
sets like the pair of towers in later Hogwarts Deathly Hallows set can be incorporated into your
primary castle for even grander designs.
Another group of Harry Potter Lego Sets that represent the same topic are those devoted to the
Hogwarts Express. Once again, we'll take a look at the greatest, most complicated version
available-- the luxurious motorized train set that includes Hogsmeade Station. (Lego identification
number 10132-1) This set was sold in 2 versions, one with conventional Lego train tracks and one
without. Topping out at an extremely hefty piece count just over 700, this set takes some time to
put together, especially due to its electronic features.
The Hogsmeade Station model should have special attention, as this is the only set the design
has actually ever been included in. It doesn't cut corners on the information, with plenty of
appealing functions both inside and out.
It lives in the Diagon Alley set if you're looking for the outright top of the intricacy chart. Including
three carefully-detailed buildings (Gringotts, Ollivanders, and Borgin and Burkes) each which is
intricate enough to be a set of its own, the total package weighs in with more than 2,000 pieces.
Assembly will take a while, and the overall level of detail right here is quickly the equivalent of the
most comprehensive Lego sets in the Creator line.
The large size of the structures, the Diagon Alley set is likewise a goldmine for special minifigs.
The 11 characters that come with the set consist of Harry, Ron, and Hermione-- together at last!
Undoubtedly, the sets described right here aren't the cheapest Lego sets to acquire. Their
outstanding designs, sterling quality, and uncommon bonus make them well worth the rates you
spend for them, though. Plus, their value was immediately acknowledged when they were
launched and they were incredibly popular. That suggests that they're still really easy to find even
if they're priced steeply.
There's no way Lego would disregard the world of Harry Potter, and hundreds of HP-themed sets
have actually come out over the years. If you're a major HP fan looking for the most jaw-dropping
Harry Potter Lego Sets ever made, here are 3 strong contenders for the most important and
complex sets produced for the franchise.
Another group of Harry Potter Lego Sets that represent the very same topic are those dedicated
to the Hogwarts Express. (Lego serial number 10132-1) This set was sold in two versions, one
with basic Lego train tracks and one without. Clearly, the sets explained right here aren't the most
inexpensive Lego sets to get.