Harry Potter summer set images!

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Hogwarts Clock Tower

Hogwarts Clock Tower

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The Brick Fan and Zusammengebaut have discovered images of the four new Harry Potter sets on Amazon Italy. These take inspiration from Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban along with Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire so complement the first wave very nicely.

You can view images of them all after the break...

75945 Expecto Patronum

  • Harry Potter, Sirius Black, Dementor (2)

75946 Hungarian Horntail Triwizard Challenge

  • Harry Potter, Cedric Diggory, Viktor Krum, Fleur Delacour

75947 Hagrid's Hut

  • Harry Potter, Hermione Granger, Ron Weasley, Hagrid, Cornelius Fudge, Walden McNair

75948 Hogwarts Clock Tower

  • Harry Potter, Hermione Granger, Ron Weasley, Cedric Diggory, Viktor Krum, Fleur Delacour, Albus Dumbledore, Olympe Maxime


Prices and piece counts have yet to be revealed but we will let you know when that information becomes available.

Are you impressed with these sets? Let us know in the comments.

92 comments on this article

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By in United Kingdom,

An impressive selection of minifigs to add to the roster, and great that we get to Keep expanding Hogwarts Castle with additional sections!

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By in United States,

Sweet! That Hagrid's Hut is amazing! Shame there's no Fang though...
That Patronus is also one of the greatest new molds I've seen in a long time! And Beauxbatons finally gets some love...

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By in United Kingdom,

Oh my.... The patronus..... Oh my...... Finds a paper bag to breathe into....

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By in United Kingdom,

These sets look amazing. I will be buying all of them (and probably two or three copies of the Patronus set so I can build up an army of Dementors)

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By in United Kingdom,

Nice to see the dance floor is detachable to facilitate adding this to the rest of the Hogwarts sets.

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By in United States,

I am thrilled, but my bank account is terrified!

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By in United States,

dammit now i'm finally going to take the plunge and start collecting HP sets . . . sorry, wallet

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By in Portugal,

The Hogwarts Clock Tower looks pretty nice, even if not as good as the original one.
They all look great though. My wallet won't like it :P

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By in New Zealand,

Nice wave and will probably get 3 of them. The clock tower, hangrid’s hut and expecto patronum

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By in United States,

Disappointing that the clock tower room depth is so shallow compared to 2018's sets. But it's a nice looking façade. And good to get new Minifigs for the collection notwithstanding the repetitive casual Harry figs and so many Cedric variants.

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By in United States,

Yes! Finally get medium legs in regular sets. Hopefully they’ll be available via bricks and pieces.

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By in United States,

Is that a new piece for Hermiones dress?

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By in Belgium,

I love all these sets. Especially Hogwarts Clock Tower and Hagrid's hut. The expecto patronum set is very useful for dementors and we get some fantastic beasts again. I am glad that they made the two parts in Hagrid's cabin and that an office was created for Dumbledore. My portfolio is getting lighter ...
 

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By in United States,

Every set is a 10/10 what the heck? When does that ever happen?

LEGO keeps making too many good things every year, my wallet is bleeding

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By in United States,

Oh Deer. This is truly Staggering.

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By in United Kingdom,

At last! been waiting for this announcement for a long time. looking forward to the new creator expert fairground ride too. hope that's announced soon

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By in United States,

Okay, these look like nice designs I can get behind. The clocktower looks fun, although it would've been nice to get a few of the side characters... at the very least Cho, who was more prominent in that scene than Fleur.

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By in Belgium,

Question about the site: why are these sets in the "Harry Potter theme" and not the newer "Wizarding World theme"?

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By in Puerto Rico,

The Hungarian Horntail could have been better honestly. That Hagrid Hut scene is so dark. Thankfully I may rest easy knowing I can direct my money to City (not a HP fan but I buy the occasional set like Aragog nest).

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By in United States,

Can we get that deer in normal colors in a city set soon! I want that so much!

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By in United Kingdom,

There's images of the Knight bus too. Think I'll have to get them all!

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By in United Kingdom,

Really pleased to see an updated Hagrid's Hut and that tower looks a great addition to the Whomping Willow set

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By in United Kingdom,

Spent an hour n half gawping at these in delight and excitement on instagram, I love em all lego, but i, m particularly loving Hagrids hut and the new knight bus is incredible,

I want to see gringots bank in lego form now..

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By in United States,

I am excited to add the Clock Tower to my annual Winter Village set up because of its snowy scenery and the awesome Christmas tree!

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By in United States,

these sets are amazing if only marvel sets were this good

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By in United States,

These are the only sets I’ve been waiting for. And they do not disappoint!

I will be picking them up right away and maybe some extras for my daughter.

It’s the theme that brought me back into Lego. Now to start budgeting!

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By in United Kingdom,

Thanks for the news!

Not really a fan of Harry Potter but hot-diggity-darn-it if these sets aren't all fantastic. And Hagrid's Hut can fit nicely into a little Ahch-To scene.

Great work, LEGO!

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By in United Kingdom,

Those new pumpkin parts in Hagrid's hut is epic, all three sets are going onto my wish list of set that realistically I'm never gonna get but I can just dream of getting.

I love the clock tower as it will look fantastic with the Great Hall and Whomping Willows, Hagrid's hut is my fav as the old versions of this set are crazy expensive and then the other two are cool and hopefully each will sell for £20 or less.

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By in Netherlands,

2019 keeps getting better and better, even outside of themes I usually just look at but don't collect.

The Clock Tower just shows again that "Castle" style builds have come a long way, even without a running castle theme.

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By in United Kingdom,

I like that they haven’t split up the Triwizard champions so you have to buy multiple sets to get all four. And that version of the Horntail is way better than the last one!

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By in United Kingdom,

Second thought on the patronus.... Jedi Force Ghost anyone?

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By in Norway,

Yay for connecting points/ pins on clock tower, have a feeling will need some wider display space soon #afolProblems

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By in United States,

Crap... now I need to go back and get last year's Hogwarts sets to add onto it with the Clock Tower.

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By in Poland,

Nice sets, but I don't understand short legs (They are 14 years old teenegares, not kids!)

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By in United States,

The clock tower looks nice. I'm sure a lot of people will be going for it, especially those who are trying to make the entire castle out of these kinds of sets.

Hagrid's Hut is one of the most accurate looking LEGO sets I've seen in a while! I do think Buckbeak's wings should be a little further forward, but considering the limitations of the designs of the individual pieces, I can see why they did it.

My favorite has to be the Patronus! This is really interesting, because of how simple the set is: Two trees, four figures, and a deer! Nevertheless, the deer looks gorgeous, and the scenery do make me think of the twisted trees in the surrounding forests! Now, if it came with TWO Harry Potters, that would be icing on the cake!

As for the Hungarian Horntail... that set does not do the scene any justice. Maybe if it was the size of the dragons in Ninjago, but this is just not worth it.

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By in United States,

These look fantastic. So is there no new Diagon Alley? I thought it was coming out this summer?

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By in United States,

@Daysali Not sure if its true, but I heard that one was releasing as a D2C set. So it would likely be revealed at a later date if thats true. Lego has been good about keeping the D2C set images under wraps until the month of the release.

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By in Canada,

Not a HP fan, but this is a solid lineup.

It's too bad the patronus deer doesn't seem to be articulated, though. It's a missed opportunity as it would have been more in line with other recent similarly-sized animals. That said, I think we can all admit a regular deer would be a great addition to the City, or god forbid, Castle Reborn lines!

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By in United States,

Lego seems to be on a roll this year. Lots of themes I don't normally care about are tempting me. The deer made me think of the forest god in Princess Mononoke. I need that set even though I have no idea what its about in terms of Harry Potter. Good job, lego.

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By in United Kingdom,

I have the original Hungarian Horntail (which is the only original set that I have) set so I am not sure I will get that 1 but definitely will get the others ??

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By in United Kingdom,

Uh-oh, said the wallet.

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By in United Kingdom,

Why are the last years HP sets under the Wizarding World theme, yet these ones are back under the Harry Potter theme? Makes it difficult to view them all under one group.

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By in Germany,

According to promobricks.de the prices in Germany and piece counts are as following:
Harry Potter Expecto Patronum (75945) – 121 pcs – 19.99 Euro
Harry Potter Hungarian Horntail Triwizard Challenge (75946) – 265 pcs – 34.99 Euro
Harry Potter Hagrid’s Hut (75947) – 496 pcs – 64.99 Euro
Harry Potter Hogwart’s Clock Tower (75948) – 922 pcs – 89.99 Euro
Harry Potter Knight Bus (75957) – 403 pcs– 39.99 Euro
Harry Potter n.n. (75958) – 430 pcs – 49.99 Euro
LEGO Harry Potter n.n. (75965) – 184 Teile – 19,99 Euro

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By in Portugal,

One word Amazing!

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By in France,

Like the clock tower set

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By in United States,

Danjit, well at least my wallet is ready.

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By in Netherlands,

@MusiMus
Those are Medium Legs that can actually move, many other themes don't even have those yet.

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By in United States,

Why are these sets under the Harry Potter theme and not Wizarding World?

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By in United States,

I hate Harry potter, but the first set looks pretty good for parts.

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By in United States,

So why are the 2019 HP sets listed under the "Harry Potter" theme, while the 2018 sets were listed as "Wizarding World"?

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By in United States,

^ Good point! Didn't notice that. They do need to change that.

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By in Poland,

Boring sets :/ Wake me up when LEGO makes Classic Space again

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By in Poland,

^ Yeah, they ain't making sets as good as 6183: Sonar Transmitting Cruiser anymore :(

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By in Canada,

Will be getting all sets except the tri-Wizard challenge looks kind of plain

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By in United Kingdom,

Its going to sound weird but this wave is just incredibly nostalgic for me.

The original clocktower was the first big lego set I ever got and hagrids hut from the prisoner of azkaban wave was the second. So these new iterations are just bringing back so many memories.

With a more critical look honestly the horntail set is really disappointing, that tent looks terrible and the horntail looks weird with that head sculpt im glad i still have the original as i wont be picking this one up.

The clock tower, hagrids hut and the patronus sets are all day 1 purchases for me. I cant wait to see how the clocktower looks next to last years sets.

I also wonder what part of hogwarts they may do next year for harry potter years 5 and 6

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By in United States,

Oh wow. I don't have money for all of these beautiful sets!

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By in United States,

They looks great and I am looking forward into integrating them with the sets from last year in my display. The Horntail set is a little disappointing but the Dragon and minfigs look good. I am thinking really that is what this set is about. Not much of a build other than the dragon. Also does the horntail use the same wings as the Thestral?

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By in United States,

They look so GOOD!

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By in United Kingdom,

Excited for all of these. My parents will wonder why I bought another clock tower and Hagrid's hut since "I already have them." They bought me the Prisoner of Azkaban versions back in the day. Some of my very first sets.
Love the size of the sets too. Hopefully the two smallest will be pretty cheap. I'd guess £90 or more for the clock tower though so will have to start saving

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By in United States,

I'm not a huge fan of the whole Harry Potter or Wizarding World stuff in general (not just from LEGO, but I don't like the movies either), but I need that trans-blue stag! It's so cool!

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By in Japan,

I love (and will get) all of them. However I'm very disappointed with the "dragon" with bird head.
Why not do something like Smaug from the Hobbit line!?
The Hippogriff looks amazing, but that Horntail "birdragon" is just weird, cheap and lazy.

I never had the opportunity to really get some HP Lego sets since they came out during the end of my dark ages and beginning of me coming back. At the time I couldn't afford as much. But I'm glad to finally get a Hagrid Hut and a proper Hippogriff.

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By in Canada,

I see the technic brick on the side of the Hogwarts Clock Tower, I wonder if it can attach to the double sets from last year (Great Hall and the willow).

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By in Spain,

Why are they having medium legs for the fourth book? They are not that young.

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By in United States,

Further proof LEGO wants all my money.

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By in United States,

@The Teenage Brickster:
Cho was wearing standard House uniform, not her Yule Ball dress. She'd look out of place in this set, and there aren't a lot of formal options for that skintone.

@Minifig290:
Yeah, I do believe those _are_ new pumpkins. The flower plate won't fit on the jack-o-lantern stem like that, and they also don't appear to be upside-down.

@Brickalili:
It was always incredibly stupid that Harry and Victor were the only two who got minifigs, and that Luna in her pink outfit was the only student who wasn't either Gryffindor or Slytherin. But remember that the original HP theme had pretty much fizzled out by the time they really got a handle on just how much minifigs help sell sets. People got burnt out on _ALWAYS_ getting the same Harry with the occasional Ron or Hermione tossed in, so rather than correct it they just cut off the supply.

@MusiMus:
Short legs for the first two movies, and the new medium legs for at least the next two movies. Cedric, Victor, and Fleur all got regular legs even though they're all students, so I expect they'll switch the main kids to adult pants for the back half of the movie series. Previously they all started out with regular legs the year before Yoda and the Ewoks gave us short legs, so the original minifigs never got to grow up like these.

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By in United States,

love them

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By in United States,

@reader0054 Pretty sure that's just a printed 1x2 brick on top of a 1x2 plate.

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By in United States,

Finally we get a new Sirius Black minfig

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By in Poland,

The patronus is actualy quite horrible. It shoukd have been posable with eyes and glow in the dark. The translucent color look hoirribly cheap in leaked photos

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By in United Kingdom,

Very disappointed with the Hungarian Horntail as it does not capture the distinct look of the one from the movie at all. The original does a much better job

I’m a fan and love the number of brick built dragons Lego has produced fur different themes over the years so it’s a shame.

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By in Norway,

Harry is a head shorter than Cedric and Krum, so medium size legs seem very appropriate. The horntail set doesn't look great, but the rest is amazing!

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By in Poland,

It looks nice, but I think, I prefer Clock tower nr 4757 from 2004.

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By in Australia,

Overall pretty good wave in my opinion. I might even get expecto patronum as long as it is not overprices in Australia for it is surprisingly good looking.
The horntail which I was planning on getting before it was revealed I am unsure of it. it looks decent but I feel like Lego possibly could've done better by adding more spikes and having a newly molded head for it. the tent itself from the exterior looks bad bad at least interior is good. other than that the set looks good overall.
the other two plus knight bus look decent but don't have enough interest with their high prices to get them.

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By in United Kingdom,

I’m no Harry Potter fan, but the recent Lego sets have been excellent - the clock tower will be an excellent addition to our Lego town!

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By in Netherlands,

if it was with a original horntail i would have bought it....

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By in United States,

I saw the Patronus leak a while back and was super impressed, it definitely holds up!
The Horntail's head looks a bit funny, but I missed out on the original and always wanted one so I'm happy none-the-less.
Finally a Hagrid's Hut with both rooms! We've been getting just the main room in sets for so long.
The Clock Tower is another expansion to Hogwarts so I'll get it. The tables are very nice and we finally have a minifig of that half-giantess, but all in all not as impressive as the first two sections.

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By in United States,

As a big fan of the first wave of sets along with the CMF series, I am pretty excited for this new wave!
The Expecto Patronum set is the cheapest set out of the wave, but I can still see a bunch of people buying it.
Hungarian Horntail Triwizard Challenge is a really good looking set with great looking Hungarian Horntail build, but the main reason that I want it is for all of the tri-wizard champions in their suits.
Hagrid's Hut I can tell is going to be overpriced because of Hagrid, but that aside, the BuckBeak looks phenomenal as well as the casual Harry, Ron, and Hermoine. And the build looks good even though it does not look like it is going to be fully enclosed.
Hogwarts Clock Tower is ok, I wish there was a more spacious Yule Ball area, but I do like that they included the characters in their Yule Ball attire. The Madame Maxine also looks hilariously well done with the three studs high dress piece.

Overall, I think that the first wave was better, but the minifigs in this wave are much better in my opinion.

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By in United Kingdom,

These look very cool... but, that said, I don't feel any great need to add any of them to my collection. Even as a Harry Potter fan... I think "they're nice, but they're not for me" is probably the phrase xD

Do I see not one but two new Hermione hairpieces in this line, though? I'm impressed... and I also like the fact that the Goblet of Fire sets have Harry and Ron with their longer/scruffier hair from that movie, as opposed to using the previous hairpieces all over again. Not to even mention the additions of new characters like Fleur, and the long-overdue Sirius remake ^^

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By in United States,

Ron's long hair, though...

;D

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By in United States,

Too bad there is no 2nd task set (for some reason "Rescue From The Merpeople" makes me nostalgic, though I never had it.)

And I could totally see a third task set, with hedges and a center with a tri-wizard-cup/portkey, coming with a krum with glazed eyes, a Harry, and Cedric. Would totally buy.

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By in Germany,

For someone following the theme since it's first, yellow headed sets, it's amazing to see what you get today. Hard to imagine that these sets will be surpassed in the next 10 years. These are honestly the ultimate LHP sets, and I'm not saying this as a HP fanboy.

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By in United States,

Hagrids hut is really an inferior design!

On the SAME scale MOCs have captured the design of the movie version WAY (like in W-A-Y) better.

Actually, it is so bad that heads should be rolling in Billund...

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By in United States,

It seems that the teen legs are a Harry Potter exclusive piece, which is interesting.

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By in United States,

Well, I'm a bit late again, so I will give my thoughts because why not? This wave is really solid and really builds on the first wave of sets in a really nice way
Hogwarts Clock Tower: A really nice set that provides a nice addition to the other Hogwarts Castle sets. The figures are great as always. Always nice to get another castle
Hungarian Horntail Triwizard Challenge: A cute smaller set that features a key event in the fourth book. The tent and dragon are both very well designed
Hagrid's Hut: One of my favorite location based sets. Brings back nostalgia of the older sets. The figures are well executed and I'm glad we have an updated Buckbeak. The Executioner seems like an interesting choice as the guy in the British suit.
Expecto Patronum: Easily my favorite set of the wave, featuring two decent looking tree builds, an interesting looking deer mold, 2 dementors as well as Sirius Black for the first time in a while!

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By in United Kingdom,

@Samie and @Apusttow, I’m not into HP but am into fantasy as a genre. Not sure how well the horntail reflects the one in the film/book, but it will do nicely as a generic wyvern. That’s why I will be getting that set anyway.

I second (third? fourth?) the call for the stag in ‘normal’ colours. Reddish-brown would be perfect.

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By in United Kingdom,

Does the patronus open the door for transparent minifigures?

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By in United Kingdom,

@DrGenie, No, I don't think so. My understanding is that there are friction issues between polycarbonate pieces, meaning that LEGO rarely (never?) does transparent-to-transparent part articulation. So an entirely transparent minifigure is currently unlikely.

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By in Norway,

Hagrid's hut if finally complete, with both parts.

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By in United States,

@Samie: I was unsure about that at first as well, but after looking up some pics for comparison, it seems that in the movie it seems the Horntail did have a hawk-like beak: https://monsterlegacy.net/2013/03/07/harry-potter-dragon-hungarian-horntail/.

In that regard, I feel like this is a big improvement on the older molded version's facial structure, not to mention its colors and printing. If anything, I feel like the biggest weakness of this Horntail model is one it shares with the older version: not nearly enough spikes!

@David1985: Not quite! They were until recently, but the Disney minifigures use them for Chip and Dale, and the new Anakin's Podracer set uses them for Padme.

I suspect part of why they've been so slow to show up in other themes is that LEGO has fewer production lines for them than the older child and adult legs. Not to mention that in non-licensed themes like City there's typically a lot fewer figures that NEED to be recognizably taller than a child but shorter than an adult.

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By in Sweden,

Why did my dark age come when Harry Potter was rebooted.

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By in Canada,

I really have to stop saying "Cool! Not too many LEGO sets that I want now. That'll save me some money!" Because every time I say that, LEGO does something like this...

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