Over the last year I've collected pretty much every set of the Hogwarts Castle stuff, and assembled them. I put the castles from the first movie sets up on little shelves in my rec room, and come Thanksgiving, my nephews eschewed all other toys to ask if they could play with the castles.
Oh, why not?
Well, after watching them decimate the castles and cleaning up afterwards, I realized that I didn't keep all of the instructions for them! Gulp!
Now, I've tried Googling this group, and there's clearly a problem with people reprinting/copying instructions, so I won't ask for that. However, in my search, I did not come up with a thread mentioning any legal alternatives.
Does Lego offer reprints themselves, even for a fee? I'd be willing to pay for a legal reprint of the instructions, but I don't want to buy a whole new set of bricks to get them. :)
Any advice? If no one has any better ideas, I guess I can grab one of those flyers that show the various castles gathered together, and try to re-create them without the step-by-step drawings.
Thanks in advance for any help!