Skull Sorcerer's DragonNINJAGO®
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Small parts and Small Ball.
NINJAGO® fans can build and play with the Skull Sorcerer’s Dragon (71721). This dragon building kit features 6 buildable figures for captivating creative play. Kids will be able to enjoy role-play action as the ninjas battle the Skull Sorcerer, his dragon and his skeleton warriors, to free themselves from the spooky Dungeons of Shintaro.
Amazing playset for board game adventures
This dragon building set also doubles as a LEGO® NINJAGO board game boasting a ninja dice spinner and an assault course with a trap for the ninjas to navigate. Kids spin the dice and plot their way through the game to grasp the prized Ivory Blade of Deliverance. It can also be combined with other LEGO sets to create a giant board game.
Stunning Building Sets for Kids
LEGO NINJAGO sets let imaginative youngsters escape to a mystical world where they can act out stories as their ninja heroes, taking on the forces of evil. Kids can indulge in hours of fun role play with a range of dragons, cars, jets and more.
- LEGO® NINJAGO® Skull Sorcerer’s Dragon (71721) dragon set with 6 minifigures to recreate battle scenes from the NINJAGO TV series. The ideal gift for fans who want to play out stories and take part in LEGO board games.
- Detailed ninja playset with a NINJAGO® dragon toy and 6 minifigures: Hero Jay, Hero Kai, Hero Nya, the Skull Sorcerer and 2 Awakened Warriors. Children can role-play adventures or take part in the exciting board game.
- The LEGO® dragon has moving legs, wings and tail and can fire missiles from 2 shooters and drop bones and spiders. The ninja figures can also participate in a board game to escape the Dungeons of Shintaro.
- This 1,016-piece dragon building set provides a great opportunity for boys and girls aged 9+ to throw themselves into a fun building task. NINJAGO® fans will love to receive it as a birthday present or anytime gift.
- New for June 2020, this dragon building set is the ideal size to enjoy at home or to take on the go so the action never stops.The battle dragon fun toy is over 12” (31cm) high, 14” (38cm) long and 20” (53cm) wide.
- No batteries are required for the LEGO® NINJAGO® board game and warrior toy figures – they are ready for action as soon as they are built, so the ninja adventures never have to stop.
- The bricks and elements in this playset come with simple-to-follow instructions, making it quick and easy for your young builder to get their NINJAGO® dragon toy ready for creative play.
- LEGO® NINJAGO® ninja warrior kits provide a gateway to a thrilling world of dragon adventures, where kids can live out their dreams by teaming up with the ninjas for non-stop thrills.
- The LEGO® bricks used in this dragon building set have met the highest industry standards for more than 60 years, ensuring they are always consistent, compatible and pull apart with ease every time.
- The LEGO® bricks used to build this ninja warrior kit have been relentlessly tested and meet the highest global safety and quality standards. LEGO fun toys are a guarantee of quality.
- February 14th, 2021Average rating3out of 5 stars3.0Grief-Bringer... aptly namedErikD |Purchased for: SonIn the Ninjago cartoon series, this dragon is named Grief-Bringer, which turns out to be an appropriate name for this model. The build experience and detail on the model are both great; however, the issue is the construction of the front legs - and how that construction affects ability to play. The front leg joints - specifically those at the ankle and knee locations - do not support the weight of the model (At least, I would call them the knee and ankle joints - dragon anatomy is not my area of expertise). These joints are the smooth ball-and-socket type joints, which do not lend themselves to stability with the weight of the dragon. Unless perfectly poised, Grief-Bringer tends to fall forward on his face (snout). This is in contrast to the click-type of joint, as used on the hind legs at the hip joint. There have been no issues with these joints and the rear legs. The front leg and wing assemblies also tend to fall off if the model is handled too much. It looks like the root cause of this issue is the fact that the front leg and wing sub-assemblies are joined to the body with two short rods, which do not snap or lock into place. I have needed to re-build this model enough times that my son is hesitant to even play with it anymore; it has become a display piece.Play Experience1.0Level of Difficulty3.0Value for Money3.0Build Time: 2 hrsBuilding Experience: Expert LEGO builderWas this helpful?35Skull Sorcerer's Dragon
- March 22nd, 2021Average rating3out of 5 stars3.0Its Ok, but it could be great.I would recommend this to a friend!Purchased for: SelfI was looking forward to building this set and finally got around to build it over the weekend. Sadly, a bit disappointed. Ninjago have become some of my favourite sets recently, the new mechs just seem to get better and better, I am looking forward to getting my hands on the new 71738 and a couple of the island themed ones. But about this build. The idea of using this as a tabletop game is cool, it is something that I played with a bit and I am looking forward to giving this a whirl with my girlfriend one of these days. The overall design of the tabletop side of this set its rather good. Nice detail all over. The dragon itself is cool, though my favourite feature is easily the head. Awesome detail and use of different Lego parts to just make the design work perfectly. However, there are some flaws. Mainly regarding the balance of this little beast. As is, there only seems to have one position where it remains balanced and sitting on its four legs, otherwise most times it ends up tilting forwards which is a pity. It is sorely missing at least one more rotation axis at the top of the front leg. The wings are cool but being white and non-printed below remove a lot of their appeal. Also, the way they interface with the body remove a lot of its ability to pose. The tail kind of moves on its own volition and given that it is so hard to balance, it ends up coiled forward most of the times. I will have to probably get around it and do some changes to the design, mainly around the front legs. But I am disappointed that for the big price, this set feels somewhat unfinished.Play Experience3.0Level of Difficulty2.0Value for Money4.0Build Time: 4 hrsBuilding Experience: Advanced LEGO builderWas this helpful?35Skull Sorcerer's Dragon
- April 13th, 2021Average rating5out of 5 stars5.0Great set for any Ninjago fanKoolAid |I would recommend this to a friend!Purchased for: SelfI loved putting this set together. At 1016 pieces for $80, I find the piece/price amazing. Includes some key characters from the series and they look amazing. The dragon is really big with a wingspan of 20 in., and I like the skeleton details of the build. I had so much fun building this set.. Overall, I recommend this for all lego fans. The 9+ age rating is fitting for this set.Play Experience5.0Level of Difficulty3.0Value for Money5.0Build Time: 5 hrs 15 minsWas this helpful?55Skull Sorcerer's Dragon
- September 4th, 2020Average rating5out of 5 stars5.0Our Favorite Lego Set Yet!!GHallPS3 |I would recommend this to a friend!Out of all the Lego kits we have, this is by far my kids favorite! The dragon is just so awesome. Since we've got this set, it has been my kids go to Lego build. The game that comes with this is really awesome as well. The detail and thought that went into this set really has impressed us. This is one of those sets that you won't regret buying!Play Experience5.0Level of Difficulty4.0Value for Money5.0Was this helpful?55Skull Sorcerer's Dragon