LEGO Harry Potter Trivia Challenge

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LEGO Harry Potter began in 2001 and the theme has subsequently returned on several occasions.

The latest wave is being released shortly so our latest trivia challenge focuses upon the Harry Potter range, encompassing its entire history and numerous subjects. Twenty questions have been prepared to test your knowledge of this popular wizarding theme.

You can choose to test your memory of LEGO Harry Potter or research answers on Brickset. When you have answered every question, click submit and scroll back towards the top of the page to view your result.

Remember to read the questions carefully and good luck!

Let us know how you performed in the comments but please refrain from revealing the answers.

78 comments on this article

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By in United States,

13/20 Without looking anything up.

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By in Australia,

I think someone must have put a good luck spell on me as I somehow managed 14/20 without looking anything up.

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By in Poland,

I am not a HP fan at all but still managed to get 11/20 :v

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By in United States,

Got 10/20, some questions are too obscure. Second guessed myself a few times too

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By in United Kingdom,

I got 15. Turns out my Lego Harry Potter knowledge is better than I thought. I only got 6 on the first Star Wars quiz and I collect Star Wars sets!

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By in Hungary,

16/20, much to my surprise!

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By in Netherlands,

Really weird how I'm not a Harry Potter fan but still scored 13/20 without looking stuff up. I guess I am sorta familiar with the Lego sets, but some of my answers were lucky guesses as I don't know too much about the lore.

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By in Canada,

Terrible as usual 4/20.

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By in Canada,

15/20! So happy. Looking forward to next sets.

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By in United Kingdom,

16/20 Not bad considering my Dark Ages were from 2003 - 2016 :)

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By in United Kingdom,

7/10. Pure guesswork at its not-so-finest.

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By in Faroe Islands,

16/20! It was Harry Potter that got me out of my Dark Ages...
I was a poor student at the time, but in NL students got a free public transport card so I traveled the whole country searching for good deals in obscure toy stores and was very successful. Oh youth...

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By in United States,

17/20 without cheating. Fairly pleased considering my more limited knowledge of earlier sets.

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By in United States,

18/20 without looking things up. My days as a child gazing at sets that I could never buy has been useful for something

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By in Czech Republic,

10/20, mostly guessing :D

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By in United States,

I am not a fan of HP but thought I'd give it a go to see how badly I'd score... 11/20. The same dang score I got for the Marvel Super Heroes trivia challenge, Marvel being one of my favorite themes!!

Maybe I'm just really good at guessing and really bad at remembering...

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By in Canada,

11 out of 20 for me only started collecting Harry Potter stuff back in 2010

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By in United Kingdom,

the new HP sets have been on the shelves at smyths toy store for over a week now.... strange how they're doing it prior to the official release date

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By in United States,

18/20!! I think I know what is one of my top three themes...

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By in United Kingdom,

15 - I nearly added an extra Defence against the Dark Arts teacher (as it was Dumbledor’s role before becoming headmaster) but from the phrasing of the question figured I shouldn’t include him

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By in United Kingdom,

15. Good level of challenge there. The Beauxbatons one had me wracking my brains, as did the horcruxes.

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By in United States,

13/20. Suprising, considering i only have a passing interest in the HP franchise as a whole. (Imo, it seems kinda overrated...)

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By in Sweden,

Oh boy, do I know nothing about Harry Potter, in particular in Lego form (7/20)

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By in United States,

18/20... although I may have looked up some answers for confirmation and readjusted my answers, so more like 14/20... That said, fun quiz!

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By in Norway,

When I got 19/20 I was sure my one miss was the clock in the Burrow, but I actually got that right. I just forgot about there being a Mirror of Erised in the microscale Hogwarts set. I can live with this.

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By in United States,

11/20. Not bad considering I don’t collect any HP sets and I’ve only seen the first movie.

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By in Portugal,

14/20 Not bad at all

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By in United States,

15...second guessed myself on a few I got wrong...

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By in Greece,

Another nice trivia! Please make a Pirates trivia and a Castle themed trivia as well! ;-)

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By in United Kingdom,

Only 9 for me, a couple of silly errors but time to get my old hp sets out again think.

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By in United States,

14/20 - better than I did on the Star Wars quizzes, which surprised me until I recalled that Harry Potter sets are what fully brought me out of my dark ages... they finished what a Creator beach house set began...

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By in United Kingdom,

15 of 20.
seeing as i own only minifigs and no set's i think i did good :)

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By in United States,

16 of 20.
As a HP fan I feel like I did alright! Hope to see another one of these in the future!

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By in Belgium,

17/20 without cheating... messed it up with the mirror of erised, the grandfather clock and which student appeared in more sets.

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By in United States,

13/20 without looking anything up, not bad.

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By in United States,

15

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By in United States,

15/20.

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By in United States,

Fourteen. Kicking myself for forgetting one of the obvious DaDA professors as I counted them out.

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By in Netherlands,

16/20 :D

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By in Australia,

11/20 not bad seeing I only ever bought a Harry Potter set this year.

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By in Canada,

Just one correction, collectible minifigures aren’t sets, it’ Brickset that puts them in that section, unless someone can tell me where LEGO officially classified them as such, because I have never seen that.

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By in United Kingdom,

@Antoine 23 - The term 'set' can be applied fairly loosely to a number of LEGO products in my opinion. I would include any product that is primarily focused upon construction and contains multiple LEGO pieces, thereby encompassing Collectable Minifigures.

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By in United States,

18/20 without references

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By in United States,

18/20
The Burrow clock was a mean question and I forgot about the mirror in the 2011 Hogwarts extension, even though I own both sets.

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By in United States,

17/20 w/o cheats...I forgot moaning myrtle appears in 71043, and clicked the wrong one by accident for two of them so...

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By in United States,

14/20

I got the same score on the first Star Wars challenge lol

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By in United States,

I did better than on the Star Wars one. (14/20) That surprised me since the recent Harry Potter sets are the only ones released since I was old enough to enjoy them.

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By in United States,

11/20

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By in Canada,

Wow I am the only one that's really rubbish at HP. Well done to you all!

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By in United States,

18/20!! I have been a huge fan of the original sets!

Lego has charmed me with them. I have not even watched movies yet (never read the books either).

That says very much how magical the original sets have been. Then came along the new Christmas Clock Tower!

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By in Norway,

16/20 Without looking anything up. I was wrong on the beauxbatons, mirror of erised and time which was fine since I did not know, but managed to miss on the diagon alley also. That was a stupid mistake since I assumed it was the D2C set and not the microbuild :S

A great quiz, well done brickset!

Hope you post a interview with the HP/WW designer(s) soon from the fan media days :D

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By in United Kingdom,

8/20 without looking anything up

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By in Finland,

16/20, though I should've known the spell question... The ones that asked for specific number of sets were the hardest.

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By in United Kingdom,

16/20. Not bad for a run through with no checking. Though I have to ask, isn’t the last question kind of a trick question? The Weasleys grandfather clock doesn’t show times, it shows the state the Weasleys are in

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By in United Kingdom,

Nice quiz. Got thrown by the expensive animals question. My mind when straight to 'which animal is most expensive on Bricklink'

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By in Slovakia,

12/20 :P

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By in United Kingdom,

13/20 without looking anything up - I’m pleased with that score.

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By in United States,

13/20,

I lost three or four separate questions because of my lack of knowledge of 71043 Hogwarts, which I did not even recognize from the number code! Each of those questions would have been correct if it was excluded... but there's no legitimate reason it should have been, so I shouldn't complain much, except that maybe LEGO should've given it a more unique title lol

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By in United Kingdom,

can i suggest a Ninjago quiz?

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By in Ireland,

(8/20 didn't want to fall in but I'm nearly over the edge , grindlewalds escape dragged me and 10cent minifigs pushed too

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By in Latvia,

14/20! I'm very surprised, cause I don't know a lot about old Harry Potter sets

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By in United Kingdom,

7/10 never owned a Harry Potter set.
Seriously, what was that clock question? I would be very surprised if anyone actually knew that off the top of their head.

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By in United States,

Guys, I got the clock question because I thought about the approximate time the Hogwarts Express would leave the platform 9 3/4.

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By in United States,

16/20. Hardest question was the last one. Got it wrong

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By in United Kingdom,

18 / 20, whooo! I had a feeling I'd do better at this one than the Star Wars ones... I didn't get interested in Harry Potter until the final movie came out, but I did a lot of looking back at the old sets once I did - whereas Star Wars, I stopped paying attention for ages around '08, and it showed in my scores for those ones!

Questions 11 and 12 were the only ones I got wrong (and I *almost* got 11 but second-guessed myself at the last minute!). Some of the others, admittedly, were more educated guesswork than actual knowledge, but still.

Thanks for another fun quiz, CapnRex! :D

EDIT: Regarding the clock question: I remembered that the Burrow set was based on the non-canonical attack on the Burrow from Half-Blood Prince, which took place late at night in the movie, and I guessed at the time based on that.

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By in United Kingdom,

Pretty terrible for me 7/10:
I,m not angry I'm just disappointed lol..

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By in United States,

19/20 Got 15 of them either off the top of my head or with lucky guesses (I could only rule out one year for #4, and totally misread #10 but still got it right). After doing some research, I changed my answers on #9, #11, #16, and #20, and I still got #12 wrong.

However, after reading the explanations, I found an error. On #19, it doesn't change the answer, but two stickers were missed. Also, it should be Argus Filch, not Flich.

@Antoine 23:
The CMF packets all have set numbers. Why would you think of them as not-sets?

@Roebuck:
Same here. I couldn't recall exactly which shops were in that set, but I was able to rule one of them out. Looking up the set number showed me right away that my original answer was wrong, though it didn't make it any easier to tell which of the others was right.

@Brickalili:
In the movies, yes, the grandfather clock shows where all the Weasley family members are (a number of people have apparently made homemade versions of the clock, which seems a bit silly since you can only adjust your location by returning home). But the question is about the grandfather clock in the set, not the movie or the book.

@giantorange:
That's the same mistake I made on that question, but my guess happened to be correct. I did realize my mistake before submitting, so I was able to verify the true answer first.

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By in United States,

13/20. Not bad, but my dark ages really came back to haunt me on those early sets.

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By in Australia,

does peter pettigrew as scabbers count as an appearance?

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By in United Kingdom,

@OzLego8389 - It asks "excluding their Animagus forms"; so no, rat-Pettigrew wouldn't be counted for that question.

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By in France,

17/20 without looking anything up

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By in Canada,

Huh, 16/20. I've never even read the Harry Potter series, much less collected any of the sets.

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By in France,

10/20. not bad considering Im only a movie fan and not a book fan.

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By in United States,

@SpinjitzuBrickProductions:
The sets are all based on the movies, so that isn't really a disadvantage. I've never read any of the books and knew 15 of them without any research. Well, no research _after_ the quiz was posted. A little over a year ago, we did a Harry Potter show, and spent a lot of time discussing who had and had not appeared in minifig form, and several others were just the result of reading a lot of articles about the new sets.

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By in United States,

12/20 with quick guessing when not sure. ??

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By in United Kingdom,

8/20.

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By in Greece,

Cool! Can you do one for Ninjago?

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