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In the LEGOHP5-7, there's some beasts, as stuffed beast, in the Lovegood house. I would share a screenshot:It seems to be a Fire Crab. Maybe a knarl too (seems to a hedgehog)? The weird pink creature is also present at Borgin and Burke. -- 15:28, March 1, 2012 (UTC)
- Yeah, other than the obvious Fire Crab, snake head, and a potential Knarl, I don't think it's possible to identify with certainty what any of those other creatures are. Though, it must be pointed out that these most likely aren't real, stuffed creatures, but rather the "delicately made models of creatures Harry did not recognize, all flapping wings and snapping jaws" described in the book. Might be worth an article to themselves. -- 1337star (Owl Post) 18:15, March 1, 2012 (UTC)
As I'm not an user with english native language (I think it's clear, "je parle anglais comme une vache espagnole" = "I speak english like a spanish cow", as we say in France), I'm not sure to understand all of your message. Feel free to include this screenshot at the better place in a page of the wiki, if you think it's interesting. --18:32, March 1, 2012 (UTC)
/*Deathly Hallows House*/
Noticed some similarities between the Lovegood House and Nurmengard in that they were both black and towering with slits for windows - according to book descriptions. I wonder if both Xenos and Gellert were influenced due to their shared interest in the Deathly Hallows since that seems to be the only similarity between the two men. I also wonder what role being a widower played in the design of the house or Xenos's interest in the deathly hallows. Note that the house, when Harry visited it the first time, showed no signs of being repaired after a major magical explosion so one could assume that it was built after Pandora's death. The house seemed to have been brightened up somewhat by Luna's tendency to draw on the walls. (Vaudree (talk) 21:22, October 29, 2015 (UTC))