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LEGO NINJAGO - Lloyds Legendary Dragon - 71766

LEGO NINJAGO - Lloyds Legendary Dragon - 71766

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LEGO 71766 NINJAGO Lloyd’s Legendary Dragon

4.7 out of 5 stars 177 ratings

RRP: £54.99

Amazon Deal Price: £38.20 + FREE DELIVERY

You Save: £16.79 (31%)

Age range 8+

Number of pieces 747

  • LEGO NINJAGO Lloyd’s Legendary Dragon set features a highly posable dragon toy with wings that can move backwards and forwards
  • The dragon figure has a posable head, jaw, tail, legs and arms; it can be upgraded with a saddle and bigger attack-mode wings for aerial battles
  • Includes 4 LEGO NINJAGO minifigures: Lloyd with a sword, who can be upgraded with a hood, Nya with a spear, and 2 NINJAGO snake warriors
  • The evil NINJAGO snake warrior Viper Flyer comes with a jetpack and sword, and Python has dynamite and a ballista shooter toy
  • When kids complete their mission and defeat the snakes, they are rewarded with a Surprise banner to display from a pole on the dragon
  • Look out for banners in 7 other sets, including Kai’s Fire Dragon EVO 71762, Ninja Training Center 71764 and Ninja Ultra Combo Mech 71765
  • This 747-piece LEGO NINJAGO dragon toy for boys and girls makes a great birthday or Christmas gift for kids aged 8+ years old
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This is a big saving so thank you as Lego can be so expensive and my son is Ninjago mad so this will be a good present to put away for him. Thanks for sharing 🙂

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