TheNewElementary Публикувано Септември 15, 2020 Share Публикувано Септември 15, 2020 Before I hand over to Jonas Kramm for his superb LEGO® Harry Potter review, I need to mention an unrelated-and-yet-related subject: New Elementary supports transgender people. We do not support the heedless views now being broadcast by the original writer of Harry Potter. Many of you may prefer we just stuck to the LEGO escapism but I feel it's essential for anyone purchasing this product to consider their own standpoint. The product in this article was provided for free by LEGO; the author's opinions are not biased by this. Okay: now over to Jonas for the LEGO fun, and it's a corker! We already posted about the reveal and the new parts of LEGO® Harry Potter 75978 Diagon Alley, so today it’s time to take a look at the actual build and its most interesting building techniques. With 5544 pieces the set is the second biggest Harry Potter set to this day; only 71043 Hogwarts Castle has more. As expected, such a huge build comes with many things to explore, so without further ado, let’s get started! First the box: it’s massive! I tend to forget how big LEGO sets can be, but when you remember that 75978 Diagon Alley sells for £369.99 / US$399.99, it better be big.Continue reading »View the full article Цитирай Адрес на коментара Сподели в други сайтове More sharing options...
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