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Dragon Toys and Figures
Dragons

A dragon with flare

A dragon loose in the streets doesn’t always cause chaos and mayhem.

Rebuild legendary dragons

With the right material in their hands, kids can unleash their creativity as they build and rebuild whatever comes into their head, the way they want it. Like dragons. Sure, some breathe fire. But why stop there? Some may be vegetarian. Others dance the flamenco. It's all possible with a little imagination and a few LEGO® bricks.
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LEGO® DRAGONS ANIMAL TOYS AND FIGURES

Remember when you just KNEW dragons were real? Well, they are – as you will find – right here. And your child knows just how to bond with them. Enter endless worlds of fantasy animals and Fantastic Beasts™! Who are grown-ups to say that dragons or other fantasy animals aren’t real? If you build them, they exist. Find the perfect gift for your creative young fantasy fan right here.
  • The Golden Dragon

    70666
    Average rating4.6out of 5 stars
    Price£17.99
  • Newt´s Case of Magical Creatures

    75952
    Average rating4.7out of 5 stars
    Price£44.99
  • Hungarian Horntail Triwizard Challenge

    75946
    Average rating3.8out of 5 stars
    Price£29.99
  • Dragon Pit

    70655
    Average rating5out of 5 stars
    Price£119.99
  • Mythical Creatures

    31073
    Average rating4.4out of 5 stars
    Price£12.99
  • Stormbringer

    70652
    Average rating4.9out of 5 stars
    Price£34.99
  • Firstbourne

    70653
    Average rating4.9out of 5 stars
    Price£59.99
  • The Ultra Dragon

    70679
    Average rating5out of 5 stars
    Price£79.99
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Fantasy Creatures, Critters and Creations from LEGO® NINJAGO®

Find all the good and evil creatures for your young ninja to build, train and/or fight!

What’s the difference between real and fantasy animals?

Well, that depends on how you define “real”. Any creature big or small your kid can imagine, they can build with LEGO® bricks. Whether they love the Fantastic Beasts™ series with Newt Scamander™ and his suitcase full of amazing magical beings, Elemental Dragons from the world of LEGO Elves, or the battle dragons from LEGO NINJAGO®, they can build them and make them their own.


Your child’s imagination brings them to life – in bricks and in stories they can recreate from their favorite movies or TV series or make up as they go. That’s very real to them, and just as important as what goes on in the rest of their world. Find the perfect set for your young elves, wizards, ninja or other creative creatures in the LEGO fantasy worlds right here.

How many different types of dragon are there?

Are all dragons dangerous predators by nature? They may come in sizes bigger than your house, but even the biggest dragons started out as babies. Like birds and reptiles, dragons hatch from eggs, and most dragons share a lot of traits with their more modern relatives. Like scales, wings, fangs, and long tails. But who’s to say ALL dragons have to be cold-blooded creatures? There may be species of fluffy, friendly, cuddly, lazy, vegetarian, shy, creative dragons yet to be built and befriended. If your child can imagine it, they can build it.

Where do dragons come from?

The history of dragons in mythology, literature, and movies may be inspired by dinosaurs. Both the extinct ones and the ones that still live among us on our amazing planet. Lizards, snakes, giant birds, and reptiles trigger both our wildest imagination and primal fears. Cold-blooded, fast, aggressive, and unpredictable – it’s not a far stretch to give mythical dragons the power to breathe fire! Only the bravest can defeat them, but what could be more fun than taming one?

Dragons, dragons (almost) everywhere

Since most dragons can fly and thus migrate and settle wherever they please (or where they find the most delicious food, perhaps), it’s not surprising to find dragon lore in all corners of our world. Especially in Asia and Europe. Remnants of dragon lore still even adorn several national flags today – from Bhutan to Wales!