The latest batch of Harry Potter sets includes the usual assortment of minifig-scale models, but also among them is something rather more interesting and unique: scaled-up models of minifigures.
LEGO has made upscaled minifigs before, most notably one of the first adult-oriented sets ever produced, 3723 LEGO Mini-Figure 21 years ago, but not 6-scale ones and not with the level of detail and functionality found in 76393 Harry Potter & Hermione Granger.
The set is of particular interest to me because AFOLs in the UK, myself included, started building and displaying 6-scale figures around 15 years ago, so I was keen to find out how it was constructed.
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