71701 Kai's Fire Dragon is a Ninjago set that released on January 1, 2020, as apart of Ninjago: Legacy Wave 2. Legacy (Dragon) Kai, two-armed Legacy redesign Garmadon, Flame the Fire Dragon, the Sword of Fire and a small fire temple.
LEGO® NINJAGO® fans can recreate famous scenes from season 1 of the TV series with this upgraded legacy red dragon toy and 2 Minifigures. Kai’s Fire Dragon (71701) must stop Lord Garmadon snatching the Sword of Fire from the mini fire temple. Kids are sure to be entertained for hours as they escape into this fantasy world. The new way to build toys for kids LEGO fans now have a new and interactive way to build this dragon toy figure: the digital Instructions PLUS via the free LEGO Life app on smartphones and tablets. Zoom, rotate and view this ninja dragon as it comes to life on a screen and in front of you. Welcome to 4+! LEGO NINJAGO® 4+ toys offer preschool kids a gateway to an action-packed world where they can let their imaginations run wild as they learn to build their favorite characters, vehicles and buildings. With 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.
- LEGO® NINJAGO® Legacy playset featuring Kai and his Fire Dragon from season 1 of the TV series for epic battles against Lord Garmadon. This cool toy for kids will help them learn to build with confidence.
- This ninja toy has a Starter Brick base to help youngsters learn to build and create role-play stories with NINJAGO® Kai, his Fire Dragon, Lord Garmadon, a mini fire temple with the Sword of Fire, and 2 fire elements.
- This Red Dragon toy is highly posable and can move its legs, wings, tail, head, and mouth as it battles alongside Kai against Lord Garmadon. Kids can devise stories as they seek to protect the Sword of Fire.
- This 81-piece dragon toy provides a fun building experience for preschoolers and youngsters aged 4+ and makes a great birthday gift for kids, Xmas present, or LEGO® gift for any occasion.
- New for January 2020, this is an update on the LEGO® NINJAGO® dragon toy from season 1 of the TV series. The ninja dragon measures over 2” (6cm) high, 2” (6cm) long and9” (23cm) wide – the perfect size to play with anywhere.
- No batteries are needed for this LEGO® NINJAGO® dragon – it’s can be played with right out of the box. The dragon toy figure is powered by kids’ imaginations, so the quest to protect the Sword of Fire never has to stop.
- The perfect LEGO® toy to help preschoolers learn to build. A guide is included to explain the building steps and the ninja dragon can also be built using the interactive Instructions Plus guide on the free LEGO Life app!
- LEGO® 4+ buildable toys introduce younger children to a wide universe of their movie favorites, TV characters, and everyday heroes, helping them to understand the purpose of building steps and boosting their confidence.
- LEGO® building bricks have met the highest industry standards since 1958. They are consistent, compatible and pull apart with ease every time. Used to create this ninja build, they would defeat even Lord Garmadon!
- These LEGO® bricks and pieces have been rigorously tested and meet the highest global safety and quality standards, both here on Earth and in NINJAGO® city!
- This version of Garmadon is, technically, exclusive to this set. This is the first set not from 2011 to feature a two-armed Lord Garmadon, though he could be created by removing the second set of arms from the version in 70664 Spinjitzu Lloyd vs Garmadon or 70679 The Ultra Dragon.
- This set is a 4+ remake of the Fire Dragon In 2507 Fire Temple, thus the build is far more simplistic than its predecessor.
- This is the first 4+ set to come out in the Legacy sub-theme. The other 4+ set to come out in this wave is the 71703 Storm Fighter Battle.
- Kai's Fire Dragon, or Flame, has been remade into a Legacy set (71753 Fire Dragon Attack) and a 4+ Legacy set (71701 Kai's Fire Dragon).
- The background of this set shows that Ignacia is located near the Mountains of Impossible Height, although this may only be due to the design of the box.