LEGO Harry Potter Quidditch Match 75956
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Play the most exhilarating wizarding sport with this 75956 Quidditch™ Match LEGO® Harry Potter™ play set. Join Harry, Hermione and Professor Snape™ at the games, featuring Gryffindor™, Slytherin™, Ravenclaw™ and Hufflepuff™ house towers with viewing stands and play feature functions, plus a base with Bludger stud shooter and 3 goalposts with a moving Keeper function to guard the rings. Use the broom's mounted shooting function to shoot the Quaffle through the rings and recreate the famous Quidditch games from the blockbuster Harry Potter movies, or make up your own fun challenges with this fun-packed LEGO Harry Potter toy. Includes 6 minifigures: Harry Potter™, Hermione Granger™, Severus Snape™, Oliver Wood, Lucian Bole and Marcus Flint. Features Gryffindor™ house tower with an opening hatch, Slytherin™ house tower with a pop-up fire spell function, Ravenclaw™ house tower with a removable megaphone element, Hufflepuff™ house tower with scoreboard, and a base with 3 goalposts and rings, moving Keeper function and Bludger stud shooter. Unpack the Quaffle, Golden Snitch™, Bludgers and bat, and prepare to play! Use the Gryffindor™ house tower’s opening hatch to enter a player onto the Quidditch™ pitch. Throw the Quaffle in the air to signal the start of the Quidditch™ match, then shoot the Bludger to knock the players off their brooms. Fire the broom's mounted shooter to launch the Quaffle through a ring! Move the goalpost function to position the keeper in front of the rings. Help Hermione cast a spell on Professor Snape™ using the pop-up fire function on the Slytherin™ house tower. Use the megaphone and shout support for your team from the Ravenclaw™ house tower. Keep score with the Hufflepuff™ house tower’s scoreboard. Accessory elements include a chest, 2 wands, 4 brooms, Quaffle, Golden Snitch™, bat, 2 Bludgers, trophy, megaphone and scoreboard.
Item No: 5702016160277
$52.00
Product Description:
Play the most exhilarating wizarding sport with this 75956 Quidditch™ Match LEGO® Harry Potter™ play set. Join Harry, Hermione and Professor Snape™ at the games, featuring Gryffindor™, Slytherin™, Ravenclaw™ and Hufflepuff™ house towers with viewing stands and play feature functions, plus a base with Bludger stud shooter and 3 goalposts with a moving Keeper function to guard the rings. Use the broom's mounted shooting function to shoot the Quaffle through the rings and recreate the famous Quidditch games from the blockbuster Harry Potter movies, or make up your own fun challenges with this fun-packed LEGO Harry Potter toy. Includes 6 minifigures: Harry Potter™, Hermione Granger™, Severus Snape™, Oliver Wood, Lucian Bole and Marcus Flint. Features Gryffindor™ house tower with an opening hatch, Slytherin™ house tower with a pop-up fire spell function, Ravenclaw™ house tower with a removable megaphone element, Hufflepuff™ house tower with scoreboard, and a base with 3 goalposts and rings, moving Keeper function and Bludger stud shooter. Unpack the Quaffle, Golden Snitch™, Bludgers and bat, and prepare to play! Use the Gryffindor™ house tower’s opening hatch to enter a player onto the Quidditch™ pitch. Throw the Quaffle in the air to signal the start of the Quidditch™ match, then shoot the Bludger to knock the players off their brooms. Fire the broom's mounted shooter to launch the Quaffle through a ring! Move the goalpost function to position the keeper in front of the rings. Help Hermione cast a spell on Professor Snape™ using the pop-up fire function on the Slytherin™ house tower. Use the megaphone and shout support for your team from the Ravenclaw™ house tower. Keep score with the Hufflepuff™ house tower’s scoreboard. Accessory elements include a chest, 2 wands, 4 brooms, Quaffle, Golden Snitch™, bat, 2 Bludgers, trophy, megaphone and scoreboard.
Item No: 5702016160277
Product Description
Play the most exhilarating wizarding sport with this 75956 Quidditch™ Match LEGO® Harry Potter™ play set. Join Harry, Hermione and Professor Snape™ at the games, featuring Gryffindor™, Slytherin™, Ravenclaw™ and Hufflepuff™ house towers with viewing stands and play feature functions, plus a base with Bludger stud shooter and 3 goalposts with a moving Keeper function to guard the rings. Use the broom's mounted shooting function to shoot the Quaffle through the rings and recreate the famous Quidditch games from the blockbuster Harry Potter movies, or make up your own fun challenges with this fun-packed LEGO Harry Potter toy. Includes 6 minifigures: Harry Potter™, Hermione Granger™, Severus Snape™, Oliver Wood, Lucian Bole and Marcus Flint. Features Gryffindor™ house tower with an opening hatch, Slytherin™ house tower with a pop-up fire spell function, Ravenclaw™ house tower with a removable megaphone element, Hufflepuff™ house tower with scoreboard, and a base with 3 goalposts and rings, moving Keeper function and Bludger stud shooter. Unpack the Quaffle, Golden Snitch™, Bludgers and bat, and prepare to play! Use the Gryffindor™ house tower’s opening hatch to enter a player onto the Quidditch™ pitch. Throw the Quaffle in the air to signal the start of the Quidditch™ match, then shoot the Bludger to knock the players off their brooms. Fire the broom's mounted shooter to launch the Quaffle through a ring! Move the goalpost function to position the keeper in front of the rings. Help Hermione cast a spell on Professor Snape™ using the pop-up fire function on the Slytherin™ house tower. Use the megaphone and shout support for your team from the Ravenclaw™ house tower. Keep score with the Hufflepuff™ house tower’s scoreboard. Accessory elements include a chest, 2 wands, 4 brooms, Quaffle, Golden Snitch™, bat, 2 Bludgers, trophy, megaphone and scoreboard.
Item No: 5702016160277

Features & Benefits

  • Capture the Golden Snitch™ and win the Quidditch™ Match!
  • Includes 6 minifigures: Harry Potter™, Hermione Granger™, Severus Snape™, Oliver Wood, Lucian Bole and
  • Age Range 7 -14
  • Piece Count 500

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An Interesting Idea.....
The return of the Harry Potter theme brought us a Quidditch match set, which was an interesting idea, that COULD have been perfect. Yes, Iâ??m saying this set isnâ??t perfect. It isnâ??t even close to perfect. Donâ??t get me wrong, though, Iâ??m not saying this is a â??badâ?? set. Iâ??m saying the set could have been done much better.
This set was a must buy for me and all other Harry Potter fans, so I ordered it on the release date. I built it the day I got it, and worked the play features with my brother. But there was something wrong with it, and it was the fact that it wasnâ??t a complete Quidditch stadium; it was only half. I, of course, knew that from the start, but didnâ??t expect it to take so much out of the set. Really, that factor takes away from the playability and display ability of the set. And that is the reason Iâ??d say this isnâ??t a good set.
On the flip side, though, there is a great minifigure selection, including Severus Snape and Hermione Granger to recreate the scene when Hermione sets Snapeâ??s robes on fire, which is one of the play features. There are a ton of accessories, including brooms, a snitch, and wands. There are also alternatives for the score board, so you can have any house versus any house on there.
If youâ??re planning to use this set for parts, I also recommend that because there are many good pieces included.

Overall, there are many great little things in the set, but the feeling of incompleteness takes it all away.
This set is average, and I recommend it if you want it for parts or for the accessories.
Though, if youâ??re looking for a fun Quidditch match, this isnâ??t the best option.
June 20, 2019
Originally posted at
LEGO
Love it but ....
I love this set. However the flag on the Hufflepuff tower is (in my opinion) wrong. The house colours are Red for Gryffindor, Green for Slytherin, Blue for Ravenclaw, and Yellow Hufflepuff. The Hufflepuff tower should have a yellow flag but itâ??s black. Small detail but for a Harry Potter fan extremely irritating.
June 20, 2019
Originally posted at
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Harry Potter Quidditch
I love the new Harry Potter sets overall, and this one is no different. The play features are cool and the 4 house towers look nice. However, I feel like Lego missed a huge opportunity. This is the 3rd Quidditch set created, and once again we only get Gryffindor and Slytherin players - why?! We get the 4 house towers which is cool, but no Hufflepuff or Ravenclaw players. If those were included I would have easily purchased 3-7 of this same set to make teams - instead, I get more Gryffindor and Slytherin players to add to my collection. Disappointed that this was somehow not thought of/not taken into account. Even a second set with Cho Chang/Roger Davies vs Cedric/Zacharias Smith would have been amazing. I am happy the 4 house towers were included, but EXTREMELY disappointed that we are stuck with the same 2 houses for quidditch uniforms... =(
June 20, 2019
Originally posted at
LEGO
A set for dis-play!
Well,

I got a bunch of set at the beginning of 2019 and this one was maybe the less expected to build as I am not into too colourful legos even if I am a huge fan of Harry Potter... However, how wrong I was!

This set is fun to build, even if the towers have all the same technique of building, about. The minifigures add to the lot and the playability is awesome (although I only display). But what is most interesting is its potential for display. If you are a big fan of Harry Potter, it blends in perfectly with the environment and even more if you have the Castle (the big one or two little separate one) to add to the scenery. For example, in a bookshelf, you can easilly put it in front of your Harry Potter books as it is slim Lego and modulable.

Special thanks to the transparent rod, as from far you really think the minifigure is flying! Would have been nice to have more transparent rods and bases...

Best point: price value! Not expensive for 500 pieces and good displayability.

Bad point? Well, actually would have been nice to have Drago Malfoy as minifigure that exists separately... So if you can get it, buy it too to add to the set!
June 16, 2019
Originally posted at
LEGO
Great Present
Purchased this LEGO set as a present for my girlfriend who is a huge Harry Potter fan. She had never mad expressed any interest in LEGO though which meant i didnâ??t want to spend a huge amount on a set like the Harry Potter Hogwarts castle but thought building something relatively difficult together would be a nice way to spend an evening. She loved the set and it was fun to build together but wasnâ??t really that challenging so will probably go for a couple of other sets now that I know sheâ??s a fan. Overall the set looks good and has some great little features but wasnâ??t very difficult or time consuming to complete.
June 10, 2019
Originally posted at
LEGO
Quest for the Quidditch House Cup!
This set is excellent for either collectors or Harry Potter fans! The set has great playability with the moving goaltender feature and firing the quaffle. Overall the figure selection is very nice, as you get Snape, Hermione, Harry, and several other rare figures that we haven't seen with previous Harry Potter lines. The snitch is a nice new piece as well!
June 10, 2019
Originally posted at
LEGO
A set for dis-play!
Well,

I got a bunch of set at the beginning of 2019 and this one was maybe the less expected to build as I am not into too colourful legos even if I am a huge fan of Harry Potter... However, how wrong I was!

This set is fun to build, even if the towers have all the same technique of building, about. The minifigures add to the lot and the playability is awesome (although I only display). But what is most interesting is its potential for display. If you are a big fan of Harry Potter, it blends in perfectly with the environment and even more if you have the Castle (the big one or two little separate one) to add to the scenery. For example, in a bookshelf, you can easilly put it in front of your Harry Potter books as it is slim Lego and modulable.

Special thanks to the transparent rod, as from far you really think the minifigure is flying! Would have been nice to have more transparent rods and bases...

Best point: price value! Not expensive for 500 pieces and good displayability.

Bad point? Well, actually would have been nice to have Drago Malfoy as minifigure that exists separately... So if you can get it, buy it too to add to the set!
June 10, 2019
Originally posted at
LEGO
An Interesting Idea.....
The return of the Harry Potter theme brought us a Quidditch match set, which was an interesting idea, that COULD have been perfect. Yes, Iâ??m saying this set isnâ??t perfect. It isnâ??t even close to perfect. Donâ??t get me wrong, though, Iâ??m not saying this is a â??badâ?? set. Iâ??m saying the set could have been done much better.
This set was a must buy for me and all other Harry Potter fans, so I ordered it on the release date. I built it the day I got it, and worked the play features with my brother. But there was something wrong with it, and it was the fact that it wasnâ??t a complete Quidditch stadium; it was only half. I, of course, knew that from the start, but didnâ??t expect it to take so much out of the set. Really, that factor takes away from the playability and display ability of the set. And that is the reason Iâ??d say this isnâ??t a good set.
On the flip side, though, there is a great minifigure selection, including Severus Snape and Hermione Granger to recreate the scene when Hermione sets Snapeâ??s robes on fire, which is one of the play features. There are a ton of accessories, including brooms, a snitch, and wands. There are also alternatives for the score board, so you can have any house versus any house on there.
If youâ??re planning to use this set for parts, I also recommend that because there are many good pieces included.

Overall, there are many great little things in the set, but the feeling of incompleteness takes it all away.
This set is average, and I recommend it if you want it for parts or for the accessories.
Though, if youâ??re looking for a fun Quidditch match, this isnâ??t the best option.
June 10, 2019
Originally posted at
LEGO
the game's rules are very weird.
though i don't quite get the rules of quidditch (he who catches the snitch wins the entire game...no matter how hard every other player on the opposite team has been trying) this was a new harry potter set and therefore had to get it.
actually, i didn't buy this one til a couple days after i bought the rest of the new sets because i wasn't going to get it at first. my 6 year old talked me into it.
the set in general is definitely more of a kid's set. it'd take about 4 of these sets all combined into one for this set to really be impressive for most adults.
it's just a quidditch game field: 4 small towers and a goal.
the minifigures are colorful and detailed.
my kid likes "playing" the game of quidditch, though i've talked him out of using the snitch game piece. just seems too easy to "win" the game.
i've added a couple jumper pieces to the build under the goals to hold the storage chest and the trophy. that way everything has a place.
going to add some clips to the side or rear of the towers to hold all the brooms that came with the set and drako's green broom too. probably a few more clips for a few more brooms in case we get more quidditch players. a place for everything.
it's not a great set to me, but my boy likes it enough.
June 10, 2019
Originally posted at
LEGO
Worth Every Penny
When I got to the LEGO store, the Harry Potter sets were sold out, but this was one of only two sets found in the back. I didn't originally plan to purchase this set but I did and it was worth it.
One minifigure has an exclusive face, and the rest are just very accurate and are good in the set. The build is strong, the first Quidditch set to have one tower for each of Hogwarts' houses. It's not boring to build this set because each tower is a little bit different from each other.
I was concerned that the stickers would cover multiple pieces, but as I built the set, I realized this was untrue.
The play features are really cool. It's fun to guard the goals from the quaffle, which a friend can shoot with a stud-shooter.
This is overall, a great set.
June 10, 2019
Originally posted at
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