Elvendale School of Dragons

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Train Miku’s flying skills in the Elvendale School of Dragons, with a zip line, tree, classroom with blackboard, magic hourglass, Tidus Stormsurfer mini-doll and Miku.
Elvendale School of Dragons

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Ring the bell, it’s time for Dragon School!

Work with Tidus Stormsurfer the Dragon Trainer to train Miku the baby dragon, to improve her flying! Ring the bell and start school with some flying lessons at the blackboard. Help Miku climb the tree during the break, and then time her with the hourglass as she flies down the zip line. Use the cookie shooter to encourage her to fly further. After practice, it’s time to take a well-deserved nap!

  • Includes a Tidus Stormsurfer the Dragon Trainer mini-doll figure, plus Miku the baby dragon.
  • Featuring the dragon school with classroom and tree for climbing using the zip line and a napping space for Miku.
  • Enter the dragon school classroom and take a seat on the mushroom chairs.
  • Encourage Miku to fly faster and further with the cookie shooter.
  • Time Miku with the hourglass as she practices with the zip line.
  • Accessory elements include an hourglass, school bell, blackboard, letter, cookie shooter, quill, chalk, cookie box and cookies, and a blackboard eraser/sponge.
  • School of Dragons measures over 4” (12cm) high, 6” (16cm) wide and 3” (10cm) deep.

Additional Information

Weight 0.3500
Country of Origin დანია
Dimensions 26.2 x 19.1 x 6.1 cm
Model 41173
Pieces 230
Minifigure 1
Brand LEGO
Recommended Ages 7 - 12
Year 2016
Theme Elves
Theme Group Action Adventure
BrickSet ID 24724
Brickset URL http://www.brickset.com/detail/?set=41173-1
Instruction BI 3018 / 80+4 / 65+115, 41173 V29
BI 3018 / 80+4 / 65+115, 41173 V39

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