krimimimi

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  1. krimimimi

    Wizarding World 2023 - Rumors & Discussion

    @dvw2 there's one on mecabricks, but I don't know if that'll help, because I don't think you can export to Stud.io. On the other hand you can generate a part list there as both CSV and bricklink XML, so that might be sufficient. (It also depends on how many missing pieces there were in the MB database.) Go to the model's inventory tab, and there's link for it. edits: link: https://www.mecabricks.com/en/models/MgaXnJGpjz0 search the page for the "inventory" tab and click on it at the top of the inventory you'll find "Download model inventory: CSV | Bricklink XML" Except you just want the station, so open the model in the editor, delete the folders you don't need (save to be safe), edit the url of your workshop link to replace "workshop" with "models", and you can generate the pared down list by going to the inventory tab and clicking on the format of the model inventory you want to download. (If that's unclear, let me know. I can do it for you, but you'd have to take a look at the model list yourself to see what / how many parts were missing.) Edit again: so I just did that stuff because it was easier than trying to figure out how to explain it more clearly. If you want the files, just DM to lemme know how to get them to you. You'll still have to check the missing pieces list on mecabricks though.
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    Wizarding World 2023 - Rumors & Discussion

    As am I, although I still think we might see a Hog's Head and perhaps Zonko's or Puddifoot's next summer as part of their growing Hogsmeade village. We've had Hogsmeade builds every year for three years straight now, and there are still some pretty obvious things missing. Also it appears Aberforth might finally be getting his goat (first reappearance in the 25th CMF series), so a set with him would give them another chance to use the mould.
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    Wizarding World 2023 - Rumors & Discussion

    The wedding as an AC has the problem of not being Xmassy, which we're given to whinging about, particularly as they have plenty of canonical Xmas material to choose from. Ideally, if they really feel they have to stretch things out, I'd like to see them at least alternate the Christmases with other concepts that compliment sets on the shelves at the time, but in a perfect world the focus would be overwhelmingly wintery. I still can't believe they didn't do a Christmas at Grimmauld AC as long as they have the set on the shelves. In fact, it's weird when they skip Christmas, because other themes will forgo any attempt at an actual scene in their ACs in the interests of putting Palpatine or Spider-man in Christmas jumpers, so why do they then forgo Xmas / winter for HP two years running (2021-2022), particularly in light of the abundance of canonical Christmas knitwear? (To be clear, I don't object to something like the 2021 set which provided many items we weren't likely to get in other sets, or sets / scenes which would be too pricey and abstruse for all but the hardcore fans (eg cabin on the island in PS). Harry's birthday cake, for example, although CMFs might be part of the solution here.) But let's say they tighten things up. So this year is Hogsmeade visit from 3rd year, which compliments the Shrieking Shack from 2022 2HY, maybe next summer we see a Hog's Head and Zonko's set (sort of like 2021's Hogsmeade Visit) to go with the 2023 AC, although the inverse order might have been better. Next year they could bump the 2024 HP AC's focus up to the signing up for the DA in OotP and expand the Hogsmeade scene again, but with different characters / ages. I can't help thinking they hurt their sales whenever they repeat the minifigs too heavily; I know that was often an objection to the otherwise excellent Yule Ball AC in 2020. If you keep the location from the set but change the scene you're recreating, you get more mileage, and there should be enough generic winter wear torsos out there to avoid having to make too many new prints. I'm not sure how I feel about the idea of tying the AC in to incredibly expensive D2C sets, though, especially if the AC was mostly third / fourth tier minifigs. That sounds like something for a CMF series or an Accessory Pack you'd only buy one of. (I'm curious how many regular fans can name Doge and Muriel, although Luna's dad made an impression in the video game, so I think there's a good chance to see him eventually. Krum would be another possibility as a well known character, despite the brevity of the exchange.) The only way it works for me is if they create enough of the scene in the AC that you can play it out without the set, but that's a big ask, and I'd probably want to see things like Kingsley's patronus to sweeten the deal, as I'm not going to have the D2C to complete the scene. I imagine that's true for most. Similarly, I don't really like the idea of tying scenes that can be done for far less, like the wedding or the visit to Gringotts, to such expensive sets either. If the 2023 WWW didn't signal we're likely to see an affordable Gringotts at some point in the not so very distant future, I'd be steamed that such a key part of DA is gated behind such a high price tag, especially because half of it is stuff I couldn't even display with DA if I wanted to.
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    Wizarding World 2023 - Rumors & Discussion

    Then we need Pike as well. https://harrypotter.fandom.com/wiki/Pike 😊
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    Wizarding World 2023 - Rumors & Discussion

    Thanks for the minifig lists, @Seaber and @mark1991t. It might be worth considering age ranges of the character, too? Like I'd very much like to see a DHish Seamus; little Firstie Seamus blowing up a bridge doesn't work for me nearly as well. Ditto the PPM version of Crabbe and Goyle. I need them for the DH RoHT. When the minifig we have of the character is too far at one or the other end of the series, then it does feel there's still a gap. Also, if we're counting Bem and Nigel, then iirc Pike was missing from the PoA list. "pointless" - But that's not how they necessarily approach things. Look at the more expensive Ninjago sets, for example. The Ninjago City & Docks were EOL Dec 2019, but City Gardens wasn't released until Feb 2021, and City Markets June 2023. While I agree that knowing that ultimately there's going to be a more coherent display is a selling point - I didn't pull the trigger on N.City because I thought it would look odd by itself on the shelf - on the other hand having too high a price tag attached to a display per unit of time is also off putting. I had to save up for Diagon Alley, doubling the buy in too quickly would probably have kept me from even starting. I'm certain they have plenty of stats available on the sweet point to maximise sales. As for most prominent, the Leaky, Eyelops and Madam Malkins' are more prominent, for me anyway, than Scribulus, say, although I appreciate the Leaky might be rough as it's an ugly and deliberately plain exterior. (Iirc, in the HP lego video game, they had to resort to placing a busker in front for visual interest.) Even Slug & Jiggers or Mulpepper's (you have to have an apothecary), Sugarplum's (for the colours alone, and its form lends itself better to lego than many others on the street), Potage's and Wiseacre's for the storefronts... Even the Menagerie deserves better treatment than it received in Gringotts. And if we include KA, and they should, then Borgin and Burkes is an exceedingly obvious choice, and has even been part of a set before that could really do with updating. Dystyl Phaelanges is also another standout that really pops that I've been quite keen to see a build for (and that's despite never visiting the WWoHP). Honestly, there's so much there they could sell to me over time, and I can't imagine I'm the only one. lego, take my moneys please. As for 2024 1st HY, 1) Forbidden Forest - spot one for potential new animals. (I wish they'd included Fang here, however.) 2) Boat House, 3) Owlery (but only because I was impatient and built my own), 4) Hagrid's, 5) the Ford - a belated thanks @Accio Lego for your defense of the set; you're so right. 6) Hedwig, 7) Sorting Hat.
  6. krimimimi

    Wizarding World 2023 - Rumors & Discussion

    @Yaxley, any chance that's Lucius Malfoy in the Hagrid's Hut set and Draco is in the Forbidden Forest set instead? @NostalgicBricks & @Roebuck, thanks for the reassuring words. Excellent point about how the release dates would affect the total sales. @Agent Kallus, for shame! You may have willed that hat into being.
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    Wizarding World 2023 - Rumors & Discussion

    I was just looking at lego's press release for the results of the first HY 2023 (promobricks, for one, has it), and they usually list five of their top themes, although not ranked. In the past several years, HP has been explicitly mentioned; this year it wasn't. They mentioned City, Friends, Star Wars, Icons, and Technic but no HP... Technically it's conceivable those aren't even the top 5, and it's simply heavily suggested by the presentation material, but... As I'm hoping for the theme to continue for a good long time to come, particularly as I need an affordable Gringotts to hit the shelves, that has me a touch nervous. Kindly commence to tell me why any such concerns are rubbish, and I've failed to read the PR correctly in the least.
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    Wizarding World 2023 - Rumors & Discussion

    We've moved on to the new set info so quickly, we've barely taken a moment to celebrate the Advent Calendar. Can we just take a moment to acknowledge (the known) only one repeat minifig (and the others aren't just re-using the same body either), one new fig altogether, a return to minifig scale builds, and (the new) not a single nanobuild in sight! Dead chuffed. What a cute set. And it has me hoping we might see a Zonko's and Hog's Head set next summer in a return to Hogsmeade. (Other hope: they've included the new Galleons and Chocolate Frog 1x1 round tiles, even though they aren't in the art.) Question: is the $15 set with 165 pieces in line with some of the SW three fig Accessory Packs? I can't picture them stretching to four figs at that piece count, certainly not after recent price adjustments , but three and a build should be possible, shouldn't it? Forest of Dean (with Doe Patronus), DH Forbidden Forest with Narcissa, bookended by PS Forbidden Forest with firstie Harry, fearful firstie Draco, Firenze and Fang, and a new Troll on the Loose Also waiting for lots and lots of Death Eaters. I think the final duel (same players) is a lot more iconic and more likely to end up in a diorama than that scene, but if the theme sticks around long enough, we're likely to see everything eventually. Wasn't that the english speaking promobricks video person (whose name I've sadly spaced)? I thought she was the one who inadvertently started it as a guess to what one of the summer sets could be, and then unfortunately everyone ran with it as though she'd said it was definitely going to happen.
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    Wizarding World 2023 - Rumors & Discussion

    @Seaber, PIG! You forgot Pigwidgeon.
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    Wizarding World 2023 - Rumors & Discussion

    @Accio Lego, fwiw, we have the AC box art - I know it's on brickset - which means we have about half the contents, plus the two additional leaked figs.
  11. krimimimi

    The Eurobricks Inclusionary Project...

    76417 Gringotts Bank - first pictures new information / significant changes to the previous comment for the preview are in bold print We now have the promotional material for this year's D2C in the Harry Potter lego theme, 76417 Gringotts Bank. The 4803 piece set consists of two main sections, the above ground, with two buildings and a wall, and the below ground section, comprised of a very solid centre trunk section with 4 arms at the top to support the upper levels, dotted with three vaults, a number of stalactites and stalagmites, lanterns, a bat, a narrow waterfall (Thief's Downfall) and encircled by a spiral shaped track for the mine cart that takes Harry and Hagrid to Harry's vault in the first film / book. Those versions of the figures are included along with their cart. The nicely detailed mine cart with 5 spoked steering wheels as decoration and track use the existing rollercoaster system. The vaults are essentially just openable doors with what might be as little as a single bricks' space behind them for the treasures they protect. The two vaults shown, the Potters' vault (687) with gold from the Sleekeazy's sales and Bellatrix's with Helga Hufflepuff's cup and the Sword of Gryffindor, are effectively token representations which the characters will be unable to enter. As a whole, the set focuses more on Deathly Hallows than Philosopher's Stone, however, as suggested by the half-blind Ukrainian Ironbelly that graces the set's roof and a "Bellatrix Lestrange" minifigure, secretly a polyjuiced Hermione, who appears with her extended beaded bag for the first time. There are 13 minifigures in total, additional minifigures include 2 versions of Harry Potter (Philosopher's Stone and Deathly Hallows), Hermione Granger Polyjuiced as Bellatrix Lestrange, Ron Weasley (polyjuiced as Dragomir Despard), PS Rubeus Hagrid, a Death Eater, 5 distinct goblins in total: Bogrod, Griphook, Ricbert, and 2 un-named goblins, plus 2 guards. Both Hermione and Ron come with alternative hair pieces, and the trio have new "wet" faces which nicely represent their characters after they go through the Thief's Downfall or jump from the dragon's back into the lake. Additional details include the new Galleon coin (which debuted in the 2023 Hogwarts Express set), vault keys, wands, and Hagrid's umbrella. There are at least two owls included, one in flight carrying a letter and a second perched with incoming mail. The two sections can be displayed as one 75 cm tall build, or as two separate modular units, in which case the above ground section measures 36 cm in height (it's unclear at this point if that includes the dragon or not), and the underground vault / track system is 39 cm in height. The dragon is similar in size to the Horntail from 2019's 75946 Hungarian Horntail Triwizard Challenge. It has new moulded head and jaw and uses cloth wings like 2022's 76406 Hungarian Horntail Dragon does (that's the larger dragon with the flappable wings like the Hedwig and Fawkes sets). The above ground section is 32 cm in width and 25 cm in depth. By contrast, one of 2020's 75978 Diagon Alley four modular sections is 25.5 cm wide and 13 cm deep, plus the tallest build is only 29 cm high, so Gringotts fits in satisfactorily as to its proportions. Bear in mind the buildings in Diagon were taller than the two storied set suggests, so while it seems a little bit off, the relative proportions are not significantly changed to the theme park or movie sets. The street level of Gringotts' main building is three stories tall, more V- than L-shaped, white, and complete with wonky pillars to the two rounded balconies stacked one above one the other at the V's point and over the entryway's stairs. They're topped by a round, green domed turret, for a partial fourth floor, upon which the dragon perches. The wonky columns are the 1x1 column pieces used in the 2021+ modular Harry Potter designs as opposed to the thicker 2x2 round columns employed in 2011's 10217 Diagon Alley. It allows them to fit in the two pillars to either side of the doors / windows, which is more accurate, but personally I found the thicker columns more satisfying as design decisions go. Either way, the build's horizontal shadow gaps definitely do a better job of recreating the render on the building from the original movie set than the 2011 set does, most likely with the use of tiles on the façade. There are only two sets of windows in either of the two upper side walls, meaning a reduction in window surface in the build. The interior has two stories, the upper is an office with a desk for a single goblin to use. (Minor quibble, including Bill Weasley as a curse breaker would have been a nice touch, but he's strictly theme park in these scenes.) The ground floor is the area in Gringotts we're most familiar with, the floor is appropriately tiled, there's a chandelier in the centre (albeit not as fancy as some builds we've encountered), and it includes three of those high desks with globe lights to either side, quills and inkwells. To the left of the bank is the Magical Menagerie, a narrow, six stud wide, two storied shop. There's some irony when the building is only as wide as the goblin's desk. Dark red windows dominate on the ground floor, if there's a door, it's hidden in the narrow passageway between the pet store and the bank, accessed via a couple of steps. The first floor is light grey with some sand green highlights, there's a pitched roof, bay window / turret with conical roof, and chimney with pots. To the right, and orientated at a 90* angle to the store on the left with the bank in between them is a wide, single story wall that continues the render pattern from the bank. This may hide some of the mechanism for accessing the vaults, but it definitely provides a straight surface to attach buildings from the 2020 Diagon set to at an angle that permits a linear display, presumably 134 cm in width. It includes 2 lanterns flanking an arch and a small pitched roof as an architectural detail. These are loosely mirrored on the bank's closest wall. Boxes (including a frog and pygmy puff for the pet shop) dot the "cobbled" street, and technic bricks allow for pins to connect it to other builds.
  12. One of our forum regulars pointed out that it can be helpful for folks with visual impairments to have more detailed descriptions of the newly released sets to better decide what to buy, so I thought maybe we could give it a shot, if people felt like it, and there might be more than one person who could benefit from it. I'm starting this with Harry Potter because that's my favourite theme, but anyone is welcome (and encouraged) to add to this as they care to. Colour information can apparently be useful, so I tacked it on at the end. Harry Potter Hogwarts: Hospital Wing Hogwarts: Dumbledore's Office 12 Grimmauld Place Gringotts Wizarding Bank
  13. krimimimi

    Wizarding World 2023 - Rumors & Discussion

    That's because there's so much head room in the WWW roof section. The problem is the DA builds all have a puffer crown section on top that lengthens their façades, but I agree Gringotts feels on the small side. On the other hand when you go back to the source material, the original row buildings were four stories instead of 2, so it's not as far off as one might think.
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    Wizarding World 2023 - Rumors & Discussion

    Did that in the first place, and no joy. Still no joy. There is, in fact, now a thorough lack of joy here. lol I don't have a IG account, and I'm not sure if that's making the difference. Can someone please DM me the link? Thanks, @RichardGoring and @Roebuck you are, uh, studs amongst AFOLs? 😆 Greatly appreciated. 😊
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    Wizarding World 2023 - Rumors & Discussion

    What's a Clicker+ channel? I couldn't find it on his IG nor on his YT.
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    The Eurobricks Inclusionary Project...

    PREVIEW 76417 Gringotts Bank - NOTE: IMMEDIATELY BELOW THIS COMMENT IS A MORE UP TO DATE DESCRIPTION BASED ON NEWER, MORE DETAILED PROMOTIONAL MATERIAL. I'd give this a pass and skip to that entry. We've had the first very small picture of this year's D2C in the Harry Potter lego theme, 76417 Gringotts Bank, and while it's exceedingly fuzzy and only a frontal view, we can still make out a couple of details. The 4815 piece set consists of two main sections, the above ground, with what appear to be three buildings, and the below ground section, comprised of a very solid centre trunk section to support the upper levels, dotted with three vaults and encircled by a spiral shaped track for the mine cart that takes Harry and Hagrid to Harry's vault in the first film, and those versions of the figures seem to be included along with their cart. (The mine cart and track use the existing rollercoaster system.) As a whole, the set probably focuses more on Deathly Hallows, however, as suggested by the half-blind Ukrainian Ironbelly that graces the set's roof and what seems to be a Bellatrix Lestrange minifigure, presumably a polyjuiced Hermione. The two sections can be displayed as one 75 cm tall build, or as two separate modular units, in which case the above ground section measures 36 cm in height (it's unclear at this point if that includes the dragon or not), and the underground vault / track system is 39 cm in height. The dragon is similar in size to the Horntail from 2019's 75946 Hungarian Horntail Triwizard Challenge. It has new moulded head and jaw and uses cloth wings like 2022's 76406 Hungarian Horntail Dragon does (that's the build with the flappable wings). The above ground section is 32 cm in width and 25 cm in depth. By contrast, one of 2020's 75978 Diagon Alley four modular sections is 25.5 cm wide and 13 cm deep, plus the tallest build is only 29 cm high, so Gringotts should fit in satisfactorily as to its proportions. (As further confirmation, brickmerge's description states it will fit just fine.) The street level of Gringotts' main building is three stories tall, more V- than L-shaped, white, and complete with wonky pillars to the two rounded balconies stacked one above one the other at the V's point and over the entryway's stairs. They're topped by a round, green domed turret, for a partial fourth floor, upon which the dragon perches. The wonky columns appear to be the 1x1 column pieces used in the 2021+ modular Harry Potter designs as opposed to the thicker 2x2 round columns employed in 2011's 10217 Diagon Alley. Without a more detailed picture, it's difficult to say if that's more or less satisfying as design decisions go, but the build's horizontal shadow gaps definitely do a better job of recreating the render on the building from the original movie set, most likely with the use of tiles on the façade. To the left of the bank is a narrow two storied shop, reportedly the Magical Menagerie. Dark red windows dominate on the ground floor, and it has sand green first floor, pitched roof and crooked chimney. To the right, and orientated at a 90* angle to the store on the left with the bank in between them is a wider one story shop. This is rumoured to be Broomstix, the broom store, but there's no confirmation as yet. Brickmerge reports the following 13 minifigures will be included: 2 versions of Harry Potter (Philosopher's Stone and Deathly Hallows), Hermine Granger Polyjuiced as Bellatrix Lestrange, Ron Weasley (possibly polyjuiced as Dragomir Despard), PS Rubeus Hagrid, a Death Eater, 5 distinct goblins in total: Bogrod, Griphook, Ricbert, and 2 un-named goblins, plus 2 guards.
  17. krimimimi

    Wizarding World 2023 - Rumors & Discussion

    @chris6507 Yeah, it basically is. More here: https://www.mecabricks.com/en/models/1XjdNKOna8b, plus the colour key helps. (As it's from early May and pre-BoH instructions, there were some slight changes that came later, but nothing major.) On the digital model, if you zoom in on the exposed end of the BoH (you can zoom and twist the build around to see things more clearly ), you'll see the light grey brick for the technic connection pins. The same brick is on the other side, so you can attach it to what is otherwise the rear of the upper part of the middle section of the BoH set (*whew*), so the bridge is not completely unattached. The connections definitely aren't robust for a build of that size, but it's enough to keep things together on your display table. (I would not try to move it that way, though.) As the other sections of the curved / bent bit of the castle are basically modules, by changing the angle on the bend of the Infirmary, you can change the angle of how the bridge meets the Great Hall's courtyard. None of the angles made the bridge match up cleanly on that side, and none of the roof parts seem to account for the gap, but that's not visible except from above, so I went with an angle that made the build look more satisfying. You could probably build a small piece to cover it easily enough, but there are plenty of gaps on the back section, to the extent that one more didn't make enough of a difference to me on my physical build. (Mileage varies, obviously. There's no "right" answer, it just needs to make you happy / happier. ) As for Gringotts / the quality of recent sets, the more time I spent with the new RoR and BoH, the more I liked them, and the 2nd Task is straight up banging. I am seriously pleased with all three sets. The new WWW has left me some hope that even if I don't find the D2C Gringotts to my taste for the price, they'll release a smaller set in the not all too distant future that I can double up on or just mod. I've decided that was the goal for releasing it now, to anticipate and head off some of the inevitable complaints upon the D2C's release. Options shall be forthcoming... We'll see.
  18. krimimimi

    Wizarding World 2023 - Rumors & Discussion

    Thanks, @brickbride. I appreciate your keeping an eye out. That's another thick knit pattern. They seem to prefer those. But it's another nice example of where they use pattern regularity and not, and how they just put things like slight wrinkles or pockets etc right over the top of the pattern to get that lego-y look. The longer I look, the better I understand the composition, but unfortunately that doesn't mean I'm suddenly capable of drawing. Right now I'm poring over the torsos with dots and checks, hoping to find a starting point.
  19. krimimimi

    Wizarding World 2023 - Rumors & Discussion

    Thanks, @deskp that helps. I had suspected it was more of a tunic, but this simplifies things. Any idea what her brooch is? I'd done a digital version of the fig and was going to try to improve her top, but I think any attempt on my part to duplicate the crochet pattern will only make a hash of things. Although I think there's an olive cardigan for one of the minifigs that might provide some inspiration... (Just doubled checked and it's yet another cable knit (Amy Farrah Fowler). I can't find a good example of minifig crochet.) A friend of mine made the twins' jumper for me, which I liked better: Thanks for the reminder, @drewdotexe. Promptly pre-ordered.
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    Wizarding World 2023 - Rumors & Discussion

    The list of ships forgot the Vidiyo one. @Bugbot20082, I could picture them making things like Cedric and Fleur CMFs (yes, I'm aware of the curse ) instead. I'd bet making them affordable and accessible would increase the sales for the 2nd Task as well before it goes EOL. Obviously I've no idea if something like that ultimately gives them a bigger sales bump than including figures with the ship would give them, though. (One day I'd really love to see their calculations on that, the difference a fig more or less makes to sales. Never going to happen, obviously, but that doesn't make me any less curious. ) Skeeter is another character that makes sense in that grouping, either CMF or set, if they chose to recycle parts of her from the book fig. They could include a beetle in a jar, either with her or with Hermione's minifig. Krum in his Hungarian uniform would make another good CMF, and maybe they could do some of the others characters from the World Cup. I can't picture them releasing a set for it, except maybe an AC, or maybe they wait another x years (<- clearly not a footie fan ) for the next World Cup and do a small one to piggyback on their publicity. With a small set it's a budget problem with the new prints and moulds though (hence pairing it with an AC), but if they ever gave us the Death Eater attack after the match, maybe with the Weasley tent, they could squeeze in a few figs more. I can't be the only one wanting that tent... @Legoman123, it's consistently in their top 5 selling themes, so I can't picture them pausing it yet. @deskp, if you'd still lurking around, do you happen to have a picture of Ginny's outfit in the Grimmauld Place Christmas scene? Orange shirt, dark tan (possibly crocheted) jumper?
  21. krimimimi

    Wizarding World 2023 - Rumors & Discussion

    Free Dobby! I think it's hysterical.
  22. krimimimi

    Wizarding World 2023 - Rumors & Discussion

    Why do you think the modular castle is over @brickbride? If anything the BoH was more modular than ever. Agree completely on the affordable sets though. What's up with that?
  23. krimimimi

    Wizarding World 2023 - Rumors & Discussion

    Looks great! The black version of the dreadlock hairpiece is from the new footie set @BrickBob Studpants?
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    Wizarding World 2023 - Rumors & Discussion

    Hey, @Sir Godric. Wow they really aren't available at most of the places that had them right now. I checked brickmerge, which is quite good at tracking lego prices in DE, aside from ebay (where the prices are obscene) the only store currently selling them is offering 10% off (which probably doesn't offset the shipping, but every bit helps). There are a couple of general purpose price trackers for the DACH Raum that might be worth checking. (idealo, Geizhals, billiger, guenstiger, etc)
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    Wizarding World 2023 - Rumors & Discussion

    We haven't seen Aunt Muriel yet either. Then again, technically she's from Molly's side, so I imagine it depends on how you define "Weasley family".