Give fans of Harry Potter™ and the Goblet of Fire™ aged 8 and over the chance to take on one of the most dangerous dragons in the wizarding world. LEGO® Harry Potter 75946 Hungarian Horntail Triwizard Challenge is packed with magical adventures. Kids will love helping Harry compete against rival students from other schools of magic as they strive to retrieve the mysterious golden egg. But that's not all. There's a Hungarian Horntail dragon to defeat! With its moveable limbs and wings, it'll take quick-thinking wizardry to outmaneuver this ferocious, flaming beast. With 4 minifigures included, this Harry Potter LEGO dragon set will inspire endless imaginative adventures. The LEGO® Hungarian Horntail Triwizard Challenge 75946 set can be built together with all other original LEGO sets and LEGO bricks for creative building.
The dragon just looks “fat” or “weird” and the head is little and ugly. But the minifigures are great(: The tens is bit blocky but they capture the inside wery well, i would like some more minifigs or something more in the set...i am just buying the set for the minifigs But the set is fine.
Watched the goblet of fire with my boy and saw this set in the local supermarket. It was an instant buy. The dragon is great but I would have loved to see it either cheaper without the tent for example or as a bigger, more expensive set with a bit of arena. So we built the arena ourselves.
So, I was a bit wary purchasing this set at first (judging from the 3.0 rating it started with on here), but I actually really like it! I debated over giving it 5 or 4 stars, but the value for the money is really good, and the champion minifigures are gorgeous, so I decided on a 5.0 rating It's very playable. The dragon isn't the most accurate representation, but it is extremely well-articulated, does not fall apart and is fun to play with. (I'm also assuming that LEGO did the articulated model because the budget for this set is smaller, and the moulded animals usually cost a lot.) The figures are awesome, and the gold egg is too. I love that we get all four champions in their dragon-gear (I've been using other dragons from different sets so each campion has his/her own dragon to fight. (You can also just change out some of the colors on this model to give yourself some variety.) Lastly, the tent. It's a little plain, but we get some nice furniture builds, and it is fairly accurate. It's a nice addition, especially because you can have Hermione, Dumbledore and Madame Maxime (from the other sets) interact with Harry and Fleur before the challenge. I would also recommend mixing this set with the Qudditch one (linked below). I believe the Quidditch field was used for this challenge in the books and movies. But the play features of the Quidditch towers mixed with the dragon give you a lot of ways for the dragon to terrorize the audience and for the champions to jump through and dodge the dragon. Overall, I think this is a really good value for the money and I would definitely recommend it! Again, I was really torn over whether to give this four or five stars, but because of the minifigures, and the reasonable price, I'm leaning towards 5.