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Completing Hogwarts

jimmyp1982jimmyp1982 Member Posts: 62
Apologies if this is in the wrong place/been discussed at length previously but I'm struggling to find what I need so I thought I'd ask!

I've decided that I want to get the full Harry Potter range and would like to know if anyone has or could point me in the right direction of how the HP sets combine to make a big Hogwarts. I'm mainly after knowing which of the sets are intended to combine and images of the 'finished' castle if anyone has any?

Thanks in advance.


  • indigoboxindigobox Member Posts: 470
    The only two that connect as far as I am aware is the Hogwarts Castle #4842 and Hogwarts #4867

    Unless you wanted to add all of the other features as you of along and mount it on a hill. Then you could add Hagrids Hut :)
  • MatthewMatthew Administrator Posts: 3,714
    You're going to have a hard time making a complete (and realistic to boot) Hogwarts using only/all official sets. The 2001/2002 waves do combine, but the result isn't amazing:
    As @indigobox said you can combine 4842 and 4867, but as it's only the two sets, you're going to have a job making it realistic.
    You say you're looking to get the full HP range, by that do you actually mean the full range or just the 2010/11 waves?
    To be honest, the sets aren't really intended to combine, other than the examples above, so if you want something realistic you're going to have to MOC.
  • monkey_roomonkey_roo Member Posts: 1,411
    From the older stuff set 4709 Hogwarts Castle sits on top of 4730 Chamber of Secrets. There are a lot of smaller sets that sit together from 2001/2002 but those are the only two that actually clip together, they look nice together as well.
  • MatthewMatthew Administrator Posts: 3,714
    There are quite a lot of Hogwarts Castles on MocPages, including a fair few made just with the sets. Much of the stuff on there is pretty dire, though there are a few excellent creations by AFOLs who continue to use it.
  • richoricho Member Posts: 3,830

    Just buy a load of sets & pieces and have a go at mocing your own..great fun.

    I did just that. Apologies for slightly cropped picture!
  • BrixyBrixy Member Posts: 57
    Not sure if you go for video reviews or if this was even what your looking for but brickqueen combined the official sets
  • jimmyp1982jimmyp1982 Member Posts: 62
    Thanks for the help guys!

    @matthew that image of the 2001/2002 sets was the sort of thing I was after I just wasn't sure if later sets could be added on but like you say the result isn't amazing so I'll probably give it a miss.

    @richo I think I may just follow your lead and attempt my first moc...

    @brixy that was exactly the sort of thing I was looking for, thank you.
  • dejavudejavu Member Posts: 235
    edited June 2013
    (Cancelled) Brixy already put up the info I had.
  • jimmyp1982jimmyp1982 Member Posts: 62
    That's the dream! Now I just need around 350,000 more bricks, some mocing talent and a LOT of time...
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