Hogwarts Moment: Charms Class is LEGO set 76385-1. It has a score of 89. This is good compared to all other sets. The set is recommended by 1 reviews, based on 3 scored reviews and 6 reviews total. It is ranked in the top 13.37% scored sets on Brick Insights. We know this set was released in 2021, and it is categorised in Harry Potter.
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My son who is 7 loved working on this with me. It took some time to put together, but a great bonding time with your child. The excitement of when it was finished and the smile on my son's face was wonderful. The instructions are great and it went together with no problems.
So far, Hogwarts Moment sets are consistently in the 80% area. They are good sets, but not great ones. In Charms Class, the highlight is the new variant of Professor Flitwick, even if he does not have moving legs. His torso print is particularly nice. However, to appeal more to adults, these sets need more intricate brick-built detailing.
Overall, the LEGO Harry Potter Hogwarts Moments: Charms Class (76385) is probably my least favorite out of the four that will be released in January. Although it matches the Transfiguration Class in terms of removable furniture with seven, they aren't as interesting. The desks and benches are somewhat lazy as there's a pair for each. Also the inclusion of the Cho Chang minifigure in the set is questionable. She wasn't even in the first movie in which this set was based on. I have a feeling she is only in it because she's in the Ravenclaw class, the same reason why Cedric is in the Herbology Class. I do like the storage cabinet and the design of the bookcase and blackboard.
Could they have just done classroom-themed playsets, without the need for them being in book form? Most certainly, but I don't think they would be as interesting. Conforming each set to a similar build style offers a uniform feel and a nice sub-collection of sets. The number of Minifigures included in each set is perfect for the size of them and I also like they offer something new for some characters.
76385 Hogwarts Moment: Charms Class captures fantastic detail from the original classroom and manages to accommodate substantial furniture, despite the limited space available when this book is closed. I like Professor Flitwick's perch atop the stacked books and the spells that decorate the walls are excellent, demonstrating remarkable attention to Harry Potter lore.