Make any child’s Harry Potter™ role-play fun even more magical with the LEGO® Harry Potter Hogwarts™ Students Accessory Set (40419). From Gryffindor™, Harry Potter carries his wand and Marauder’s map. From Slytherin™, Draco Malfoy™ clutches a wand and an apple. From Hufflepuff™, Hannah Abbott holds her wand and a lantern. From Ravenclaw™, Cho Chang has a wand and a book – and there's even a bookshelf for the book to sit on when she's finished reading.
Includes 4 Hogwarts™ student minifigures dressed in their House uniforms with accessories to enhance the play possibilities of any LEGO® Harry Potter™ playset.
The Harry Potter™ minifigure has a wand and Marauder’s map; the Draco Malfoy™ minifigure has a wand and an apple; the Hannah Abbott minifigure has a wand and lantern; and the Cho Chang minifigure has a wand and a book.
Also includes a buildable bookshelf.
With 53 pieces, this versatile set is suitable for anyone aged 6 and up.
Overall RatingAverage rating4out of 5 stars
82% would recommend this product.
Play ExperienceAverage rating4out of 5 stars
Level of DifficultyAverage rating1.4out of 5 stars
Value for MoneyAverage rating3.8out of 5 stars
To be perfectly honest, I bought this set for the amazing new Marauder’s Map piece. It does not disappoint.
The minifigures are all quite nice, with the following exceptions:
-WHY that buttery yellow color instead of tan to represent blond hair?
-Cho’s skin tone is laughably inaccurate...for the second time now.
Overall, this is a cute little novelty set that is not quite consolation enough for the United States having to wait two extra months for the main wave of LEGO Harry Potter sets.
Also, I feel like $15 is pushing the boundaries of reasonable. The Room of Requirement will only be $20, and it includes the same number of minifigures, two Patronuses, and about 140 more pieces!!
Here’s hoping for a Hogwarts House Quidditch Players blister pack in the future!
Finally, LEGO should really offer non-binary gender options for reviewers.
Why is LEGO using a chocolate color for Co Chang’s skin tone? The Patil twins might be this dark. Maybe. Or Dean Thomas.
Cho Chang was probably put in to the Potterverse to add diversity as an Asian child (name is vaguely Chinese). And generally the Chinese have much lighter skin tones than this.
The earlier minifig isn’t chocolate. And more true at least to the movies.
LEGO needs another crayon in their skin tone palette.
Response from LEGO SHOP
2 July 2020
Emily, Customer Service
Thanks for your review. We always want to make sure all builders feel included in LEGO® play, so we appreciate the feedback.
Who ever decided to go with chocolate color for Cho at LEGO was definitely high on something. Shame on you LEGO! If Cho is chocolate color then what color is Dean and Kingsley? So ignorantly pathetic on LEGO's part.