LEGO Harry Potter Hungarian Horntail Triwizard Challenge 75946
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Give your young Harry Potter™ fan the chance to battle one of the most dangerous dragons in the wizarding world. The LEGO® Harry Potter 75946 Hungarian Horntail Triwizard Challenge is a gift for kids filled with magical adventures. Anyone aged 8 and over will love helping Harry compete against rival students from other schools of magic, as they strive to retrieve the mysterious golden egg. But that's not all. There's a Hungarian Horntail dragon to defeat! With its moveable limbs and wings, it'll take quick-thinking wizardry to outmaneuver this ferocious beast. With 4 minifigures included, this Harry Potter LEGO dragon set will inspire endless imaginative adventures.
Item No: 5702016368673
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Give your young Harry Potter™ fan the chance to battle one of the most dangerous dragons in the wizarding world. The LEGO® Harry Potter 75946 Hungarian Horntail Triwizard Challenge is a gift for kids filled with magical adventures. Anyone aged 8 and over will love helping Harry compete against rival students from other schools of magic, as they strive to retrieve the mysterious golden egg. But that's not all. There's a Hungarian Horntail dragon to defeat! With its moveable limbs and wings, it'll take quick-thinking wizardry to outmaneuver this ferocious beast. With 4 minifigures included, this Harry Potter LEGO dragon set will inspire endless imaginative adventures.
Item No: 5702016368673
Product Description
Give your young Harry Potter™ fan the chance to battle one of the most dangerous dragons in the wizarding world. The LEGO® Harry Potter 75946 Hungarian Horntail Triwizard Challenge is a gift for kids filled with magical adventures. Anyone aged 8 and over will love helping Harry compete against rival students from other schools of magic, as they strive to retrieve the mysterious golden egg. But that's not all. There's a Hungarian Horntail dragon to defeat! With its moveable limbs and wings, it'll take quick-thinking wizardry to outmaneuver this ferocious beast. With 4 minifigures included, this Harry Potter LEGO dragon set will inspire endless imaginative adventures.
Item No: 5702016368673

Features & Benefits

  • Young witches and wizards can battle a Hungarian Horntail dragon with Harry Potter™!
  • Includes 4 LEGO® Harry Potter™ minifigures: Harry Potter, Fleur Delacour, Cedric Diggory and Viktor Krum, ea
  • This hot Harry Potter™ toy features a posable Hungarian Horntail dragon with flames in its mouth and movable limbs
  • Also includes Harry’s Firebolt racing broomstick, a rocky environment containing the golden egg, and a chain to at
  • Hungarian Horntail with wings open measures over 2” (7cm) high, 10” (27cm) long and 13” (34cm) wide.
  • Age Range 8+
  • Piece Count 265

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Such an awesome little lego set!
July 4, 2019
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4 months ago
Not what I was expecting
I don't WANT to say it but this set is unbelievably disappointing.

In the films, the dragon is pretty big and its head actually looks cool. Lego used a questionable head mold and it just looks ugly. In hand, its better than in the pictures but the mold also feels quite flimsy.

The body is just. Weird. The dragon just doesn't look good in any way. it's a real shame. I honestly would have been 10x happier if they had used the 2010 castle dragon mold if you know what I'm talking about.

The tent is small but it's not lacking like the dragon is.

The figures are fantastic with the exception of Krum. His hairpiece just isn't doing it for me. Looks more like Dennis Nedry from Jurassic Park.

the little golden egg/rock combo is fine. Doesn't need to be any bigger or smaller so that's good.

It's just a real let down with the dragon. I know they couldn't have gone too big because this was meant to be around the $30-$50 price range. But if you can't get a good dragon then I would have made the second challenge.

What the sett excels at is playability. The dragon although ugly works quite well for it's purpose. The wings feel sturdy but the will probably wear out quickly.
The scene this is from (movies, not books. where Harry just kind of confused it.) is exciting enough that I think young collectors and adults will really enjoy re-creating this scene.

I'm very torn with this set. It's good but bad. But great. But disappointing.

This really is your decision.
June 28, 2019
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