LEGO Harry Potter 4842 - El Castillo de Hogwarts
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- Incluye Harry Potter, Hermione Granger y 9 minifiguras exclusivos para este juego: Lord Voldemort, el profesor Dumbledore , el profesor Snape, McGonagall, Profesor Flitwick, Argus Filch y su gato, la señora Norris y 2 Dementores
- Dumbledore oficina cuenta con el Sombrero Seleccionador, la espada de Gryffindor, un colmillo de basilisco y escaleras corredizas secretos
- Sala de Gryffindor común cuenta con chimenea con la cara de Sirius Negro, el libro de Tom Riddle oculto en la armadura del caballero, la sección restringida de la biblioteca incluye
- Torre de Astronomía y de fuga de Gabinete
- Gran Salón decorado con los colores de Slytherin y Gryffindor
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Los Dementores rodean la escuela de magia Hogwarts. Una batalla épica entre Harry Potter y Voldemort está apunto de comenzar. Harry y Dumbledore se enfrentan a «el que no debe ser nombrado», mientras que los profesores McGonagall y Flitwick intentan proteger el colegio. Explora el castillo para descubrir el despacho de Dumbledore con sus escaleras de caracol y los dormitorios de Slytherin y Gryffindor. Incluye minifiguras de Harry Potter, Hermione Granger, Voldemort, los profesores Dumbledore, Snape, McGonagall y Flitwick, Argus Filch y su gata la señora Norris y 2 Dementores. El despacho de Dumbledore cuenta con el Sombrero Seleccionador, la espada de Gryffindor, un colmillo de basilisco y escaleras secretas. En la sala común de Gryffindor hay una chimenea con la cara de Sirius Black. También contiene el diario de Tom Riddle, la sección prohibida de la biblioteca, la torre de astronomía, el armario evanescente y la gran sala decorada con los colores de Gryffindor y Slytherin.
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The set took me approximately 3-4 hours to build, and I consider myself a speed-builder. Unfortunately, the amount of time it took me was partially because of the amount of stickers. There were lots of them. Some of them were easy to put on, but others-like the walls-gave you a tiny space to fit the sticker on without going to the outside of the brick. Other than stickers the set was very much enjoyable to build. Until the end of the paragraph I will state which pieces have sticker, and which are printed. Stickers include the following: two pictures on the wall in the trophy room; a plaque in gold saying "Seeker [fancy line] James Potter;" a Slytherin banner in the Great Hall' a Griffindor banner in the Great Hall; a 2x2 Slytherin piece in their Common Room; a small Griffindor flag in their Common Room; Sirius Black's head in the fireplace in Griffindor Common Room; and eight wall piece stickers. There are also many printed bricks that already have something on them and need no sticker. They include (but NOT counting minifigures): the Sorting Hat; Daily Prophet newspaper (you can actually read what it says! It says about the mass breakout from Azkaban.); a Hogwarts Acceptance Letter; a scroll with a dragon on it and a sentence saying, "You are far more powerful than you would ever imagine...;" The Quibbler newspaper talking about Harry speaking about Voldemort's return; and the Marauder's Map.
Ok, next are the minifigures and animals. The best to start with should be Harry Potter. I don't think he has changed at all since 2007, but I will describe him anyways. Brown wand. Black pants. Griffindor robe, with printed back. Black, untidy looking hair that has been used for many people in the past. His head is double-sided (Reminds me of Quirrel! :) ). One side shows him with a nice smile on. His glasses and orange-colored scar are clearly visible. On the other side he is almost the same except frowning and with furrowed eyebrows. He looks like he's concentrating really hard, like he's dueling, thankfully, not like he's mad. Harry also comes with his Firebolt broomstick which is a black broomstick with a small silver cone block. Harry can hold on to the broom and arrange him in a way that actually looks like he is sitting on it, and holding on! Harry also includes his invisibility cloak which is really cool and glittery, but does not turn the minifigure invisible. With the extra pieces at the end, I built a make-shift hanger for it. Overall, a great minifigure and looks like the real Harry (or as much as a lego can look like the original).
Next is Hermione Granger. Let me just say, Lego has never been able to make the minifigure actually look like her. Same clothes as Harry and same wand, with printed back. Her hair is...hard to explain, but actually DOES look like her's in the movie. Her face, on the other hand, does not. She also has a double-sided face. One side she's happy, and her lips look like they have lipstick on, but not pink. That was Lego's first mistake with her. The other side she actually does look mad, and with those same lips. A good minifigure, but not like the real Hermione from the movies.
Minerva McGonagall is also here. She does not have a wand. She has a detailed green dress that looks good, but makes her have no legs. She also has a green cape, which are very hard to come by. Her face is detailed, and looks relatively like McGonagall's. She also has a green wizard hat. A good minifigure to have in your collection.
Filius Flitwick is introduced for the first time in this set. This Charms teacher has a wand (that's almost as tall as him), short, black legs, a suit that I think is new, a face with a bushy, brown mustache, glasses, and brown hair that is not new, but not found that often.
Snape is here and completely remodeled! Black pants. Black wand. New black suit. Black cape. Awesome black hair that has only been found for Dastan in Prince of Persia, but this time it's black. This time they finally got the hair perfect. In the past they've used girl hair, which didn't look good. This hair looks 99% like the hair in the movie. His face is also the best they've done. In the past they used a glow-in-the-dark face (Why???) and, although it was cool to have a glow-in-the-dark head, this one is more real. The only problem is that he doesn't look as mean as he's supposed to, but a great minifigure, none the same.
Argus Filch also makes his debut appearance. He has printed legs! There are keys on them and a belt. He also has a cool grey suit. His face is cool, with facial hair, furrowed eyebrows and a grimace, that looks like him a lot. But, just like Lego Harry Potter the videogame, they gave him grey hair, when he actually has brown hair. Oh well, he looks awesome, all the same. He also carries a lantern and has his cat, Mrs. Norris, well...it might be Crookshanks. The cat has a printed face.
The Dementors (2x). They have also been remodeled. This time their skeleton bodies are grey, instead of green. Their bodies are just like a skeleton, except an exclusive grey color. The arms are also like skeletons and the same grey color. In the movies they have no legs, they hover. Lego was apparently unable to make these minifigures float, so they went with the next best thing: a stick! This is that same grey color, and connects to the body like a skeleton's legs do. The two joint-connectors lead down into a pole with a stud at the bottom to allow standing. Sure this looks nothing like a real Dementor, but it is still awesomely cool! A clear circular base was Lego's only attempt at making it look like hovering. The pole is thin enough for a minifigure to grab onto. This pole holds potential to do millions of things. The cloak of the dementor is new looking, black, felt-feeling, and looks cool. The only problem with this is that the cloak will try and fly up, so you have to stop it with the arms. The actual head can show little detail, but good enough, not just a grey head, or show the same, but with the mouth gaping open. No eyes. A black hood accompanies the head. This minifigure could not be better, in my opinion. A double-sided head is just an added bonus! And there are two of them!
Dumbledore is back! His clothes are a baby-bluish color. His suit is very detailed, a pity his beard covers it all up! The back of his torso is also printed and detailed. His beard is grey and just like so many others have been. He has Filch's same grey hair, as well. And, guess what, he has a double sided head! One side is him happy and no glasses (mouth included, even though the beard hides it), and the other side shows his serious with his half-moon spectacles. Make sure you keep his beard on, because the head looks nothing like him without it. This head could also possibly be used to make a Cornelius Fudge. He also includes his light tan-colored wand. This minifigure looks just like him, except his suit gives the appearance that he's wearing pajamas. I wish he was wearing his purple suit and cape, but, oh well, he's still cool.
And last, but not least, Volde--sorry--He-Who-Must-Not-Be-Named. This is the second time that You-Know-Who has Apparated into a set, the first being the Graveyard Duel, but then he just looked like a ghost. This time he looks like himself. He has black clothes, but with green lines, that make it look better. He also has a black cape. He is carrying his white wand. His hands and face are white. Typically, he has no hair or hat. They did as good as they could do with his head, and I must say it's pretty sweet. Ironically, he has his nose-slits, making him the first lego to ever have a nose! The irony is that in the movies, Voldemort has no nose, just slits, and Lego decided to give him the first nose! Great minifigure.
There are also many animals in this set. There is a bat, a spider, a green toad (possibly Trevor), a roasted chicken (which is only in this set and Medieval Village), two green snakes in the Slytherin Common Room, a grey rat (possibly Scabbers or just a normal rat), Mrs. Norris or Crookshanks, which I mentioned earlier, and three owls. The owls are each exclusive and different from each other. Each owl is exclusively printed, with visible, colored feathers, beak, and eyes. There is a brown owl (possibly Pigwigeon), a grey owl, and Hedwig.
There are also many artifact from the movies spread throughout. (WARNING! Some artifacts might be repeated from earlier paragraphs! WARNING! POSSIBLE SPOILER ALERTS!) In Dumbledore's Office there is the Basilisk fang, and Harry's Acceptance Letter in a hidden cabinet underneath two shelves with potions. The Daily Prophet sits on Dumbledore's desk. There is also a crystal ball on the same desk, which is odd, because Dumbledore hates the subject of Divination. The Sorting Hat is above, and directly below it is the Sword of Godric Griffindor. On the front of the castle, a 2x2 square tile shows the Hogwarts' Crest and Houses. Down the spiral staircase to the next floor, the Trophy Room, two House Cups/Quidditch cups sit on a podium with the James Potter--Seeker plaque. In the Great Hall, a Treacle Treat cake sits on the table. A golden bowl containing green and red cherries and a croissant can be used as a Pensieve. The Quibbler sits in Slytherin's Common Room. A suit of armor can spin around to reveal Tom Riddle's Diary. The Firebolt, Invisibility Cloak, and Marauder's Map belong to Harry. The animals were all mentioned above. Sirius' head in the fire is kind of an artifact. The Vanishing Cabinet from the Room of Requirement is there. Three more books and a telescope on the Astronomy Tower can also be included.
I don't think I will go into much detail about the actual castle, because that much can easily be seen on pictures, but I will say the rooms. From a back angle, starting on the left, at the top is the Astronomy Tower, but is NOT the highest tower in the castle, like in the book. Underneath that is the library, complete with glass book case, which side back to allow usage of three brown books that really open. It includes two handcuffs and two keys. Underneath is the Room of Requirement, with the Vanishing Cabinet, which opens and allows people to stay inside. A small doorwayish thing connect that building to the next. Starting at the top. The Owlery. Complete with two pedestals and three owls and owl droppings. below is the Griffindor Common Room, with two red chairs and a small desk. Also a Griffindor House flag and fireplace. A thing on the back can be pressed forward to reveal Sirius' head. Below that is an interpretation of a hallway. With a suit of armor that can spin to reveal a black, openable Tom Riddle's Diary. Below is the Slytherin Common Room with a torch, two snakes, a 2x2 Slytherin tile on the wall, and two black chairs and a green desk. Next to that tower (the tallest), is the Great Hall. This includes 15 windows in the back, two black axes, orange and blue stained-glass windows, two chairs for teachers, a pedestal for the Headmaster to speak from (unfortunately no eagle), with two candles, two long House tables, with six golden goblets, a cake, a roasted chicken, four cherries (two red, two green), a croissant, a golden plate, two House tapestries (Griffindor and Slytherin), a wooden door, and a chandelier. In the final building, at the bottom, is the Trophy Room with what I said earlier, a wooden door, a treasure chest with a red diamond and scroll, and two sticker paintings. To get to the next floor, there is a spiral staircase that can 'open' and 'close,' like in the book with the password. On the second floor is Dumbledore's Office, which can double as a Potions Storeroom. There are two bookcases with eight potion bottles. In the center of the room os the desk, with crystal ball, Daily Prophet, and magnifying glass. Behind the desk is a chair that looks more like a throne. On the top floor is the Sword of Griffindor and the Sorting Hat. The front of the castle is very, very detailed.
This is an amazing lego set and I highly recommend buying it. The one big problem is that the rooms don't give minifigures enough space to stand. I would recommend (if you have a LOT of money) buying two or more, and combining them to give you a larger space. If you can't do that, I would build on! Add more details and rooms, make the place bigger, is what I say. Or, if you have more Harry Potter sets, combine them to make an even bigger Hogwarts. Also, I think they should have included Ron, because the castle is sort of lonely without the three main characters. Draco Malfoy should also be in the set, because there is a Slytherin Common Room, but no Slytherins to be in it. But, overall, I would say this is a great set, with lots of secrets and hidden artifacts, tons of detail, and great new minifigures. Thank you for reading this extensively long review on Hogwarts Castle.