Fisher-Price Imaginext Eagle Talon Castle Dragon

Imagine a world of action & excitement where you decide what happens next! This time, it’s a world of Medieval adventure, with a roaring dragon that kids control! Lift dragon off the ground—his wings expand automatically! Then use the handle for pretend “flight”! Requires 2 AA batteries.

Product Features

  • Imaginext’s Castle Dragon turns imaginary play into a “roarin” good time
  • Features Action-Tech technology and will communicate with the castle
  • Cool sound effects and light up features
  • Strong head lunging action
  • A great addition to the Imaginext Eagle Talon Castle

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About Dragon Mystic

I fell in love with dragons when I read Tea With the Black Dragon, and never looked back. Not the clunky winged Medieval dragons that ate cows, the graceful Asian dragons that could fly without wings. Later I discovered the elegant Welsh dragons, red and white, as described by R.J. Stewart in his books on the historical Merlin.
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3 Responses to Fisher-Price Imaginext Eagle Talon Castle Dragon

  1. Aptonoth Trader says:

    Coolest dragon around I purchased this for my three year old second cousin, and he couldn’t be happier with it!Construction: Very durable. I doubt that this dragon can be broken unless he was thrown onto concrete from a height with enough force that a 3-12 year old could never achieve. The dragon’s legs, wings, tail, head, and all the moving parts are sturdy and thick enough that they can withstand very rough play. The moldings and seams are extremely well done, I was very impressed by Fisher-Price’s craftmanship. There are no delicate parts that could snap off or be swallowed. There are no ugly seam lines marring the surface of the dragon either. The head moves smoothly up and down as he can grab any of the Imaginext knights and friends figures to devour them. He can stand perfectly upright by himself without toppling over, which can be a common problem with other toys where their legs are too loose so they cannot support themselves.Design: Amazing. This is where the cool factor lies in. Dragon toys can be uninspired, but this is where Imaginext’s Castle Dragon reigns supreme! A wonderfully refreshing, yet traditional take on a dragon’s deisgn without becoming too ‘sci-fiction’. Dragons are supposed to be elegant but strong looking, and intimidating! The role-play replay value is limitless. The dragon has a lot of personality in his face, a major requirement in giving a creature so much character.Sound: This dragon roars. Loudly. Realistically. The plus side for you is an Off/Mute switch on the underside of the dragon, so you can discreetly turn him off if his roars would be inappropriate like if you have guests over.Play Value: It is hard to say who is more in love with this dragon : the kid or the adults! We all wanted to have a go playing with this dragon.

  2. Linda K. says:

    Army son’s gift. I ordered this product for my son for an early Christmas present. He is in the Army and going to be deployed next month. He saw this product at the store and has been spending time in the toy isle playing with the toy every time he gets to. He hinted he wanted this. He and his wife are expecting a son next year but he is only using that for an excuse to get the toy for himself. The toy is very great as it is interactive with the castle in the line. It was delivered as promised and really made my son’s day.

  3. Nikki says:

    My 3 year old LOVES this toy My son received this toy for his birthday and I have to say that it is awesome. Even the adults all wanted to see it and play with it. It’s extremely durable and very easy for him to use. He carries it around with him everywhere and even sleeps with it. My seven year old daughter and 20 month old son even love it. If your child is into dragons, this is definitely a must buy!

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