Lego Ninjago Kai's Fire Dragon Set Age- 4 Years and Above
With this improved version of the classic red dragon toy and 2 minifigures, LEGO NINJAGO fans may recreate well-known episodes from season 1 of the TV show. Lord Garmadon must be prevented from stealing the Sword of Fire from the miniature fire temple by Kai's Fire Dragon! With the help of the digital Instructions PLUS available through the free LEGO Life app on smartphones and tablets, LEGO enthusiasts now have a fresh and dynamic way to create this dragon toy figure. View this ninja dragon as it comes to life in front of you using zoom, rotation, and the camera. Preschoolers who play with LEGO NINJAGO 4+ toys have access to an action-packed universe where they can let their imaginations run wild while learning to construct their favorite characters, vehicles, and structures. Using Starter Brick bases to make the process simpler, these sets are specially designed so first-time builders can experience the pride of constructing all on their own.
Product Dimensions: 4.6 x 20.5 x 19.1 cm
Product Weight: 0.19 Kg
• Features easy-to-build fierce, breathing fire dragon with 4 posable wings and tail, and room for kai and a mini fire temple with flames.
• Includes 2 minifigures: kai and lord garmadon, plus 3 weapons - kai's katana, garmadon's fight stick and the sword of fire.
• Starter brick bases are specially designed to make the process simpler, so first-time builders can experience constructing all on their own.
• Accessories include 3 pieces of sidearms, flames, plus temple decorations to recreate famous scenes from season 1 of the tv series.
• Digital instructions plus on the free LEGO life app feature modes like zoom, rotate and ghost to help kids 4 plus build and gather confidence
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