- Not to be confused with the actual Empire Dragon.
Fans of LEGO® NINJAGO® will be thrilled to build this dragon toy and recreate exciting action scenes from the NINJAGO TV series. The dragon mech is a fearsome creature with its posable head and limbs, digi blade wings, and 2 stud shooters. The best toys for kids This NINJAGO® set boasts 3 minifigures: Digi Kai, Digi Lloyd and the evil ruler of Prime Empire, Unagami, who becomes the dragon to express his anger. The battles kids can stage with these buildable figures will consume their creative minds and inspire their imaginations. The perfect construction toys LEGO® NINJAGO® toy playsets allow children to dive into an action-packed world of adventure where they can team up with their ninja heroes to take on the forces of evil. NINJAGO fans will be captivated as they play out scenes with these stunning building sets, which include ninja mechs, dragon figures, temples and ninja toys.
- Awesome LEGO® dragon and 3 minifigures to recreate thrilling action from the NINJAGO® TV series. The ideal gift for NINJAGO fans who want to be a little ninja and dive into a fantasy world for endless adventures.
- This toy playset boasts a LEGO® NINJAGO® dragon and 3 minifigures: NINJAGO Digi Kai, Digi Lloyd and the ruler of Prime Empire, Unagami. Children can play out stories as they compete over the Key-Tana.
- The LEGO® dragon is highly posable with moving limbs, head and jaw, and can fire studs from 2 shooters. Unagami can ride in cockpit, and it can be used for battles against Jay's Cyber Dragon toy playset.
- This 286-piece LEGO® dragon construction toy provides an exciting building task for boys and girls aged 8+ and will delight NINJAGO® fans and creative kids as a birthday gift, Christmas present or LEGO gift for any occasion.
- New for January 2020, this NINJAGO® set is a great size to enjoy at home or take on the go for non-stop ninja action. The dragon figure measures over 5” (14 cm) high, 15” (39 cm) long and 5” (14 cm) wide.
- No batteries are required for this ninja mech – it is ready to start playing out exciting stories as soon as it is built. Your little ninjas will never need to take a break from their adventures.
- Looking for the ideal LEGO® gift for a young builder? Then this is it! The bricks come with simple-to-follow instructions making it quick and easy to have your LEGO NINJAGO® dragon ready for action.
- LEGO® NINJAGO® building sets offer a gateway to a world of adventure where kids can live out their most exciting dreams by teaming up with their ninja heroes for non-stop fun as they take on a host of villains.
- The LEGO® bricks used to build this LEGO dragon have met the highest industry standards for more than 60 years, ensuring they are always consistent, compatible and pull apart with ease every time. Even resistant to dragon attacks!
- LEGO® bricks have been relentlessly tested and meet the highest global safety and quality standards. You know you are in safe hands when you choose a LEGO toy for your kids.
"I hadn't even started on Jay's Cyber Dragon when I got asked if I also wanted to tackle a second one, this time for the evil Unagami, this season's bad guy.
The task called for a much smaller counterpart, inspired by the classic Chinese dragons but leaning completely into the mechanical video game aesthetic, resulting in a much more aggressive and angular design. Careful to keep the build interesting despite the smaller size I made sure to include details such as the skis that shape the eyes or the ice skates that make for formidable claws.
Graphic design by Djordje Djordjevic, Angel Grau and Kjeld Sørensen."
- This set is the cheapest way to get Unagami.
- This set was first seen in "The Maze of the Red Dragon" as a hologram, but it made its first physical appearance in "The Temple of Madness."
- This is one of the three sets to include a character in both their minifigure and dragon form, the other two being 71742 Overlord Dragon and 71754 Water Dragon.
- Unlike the two sets, this is the only one to be accurate.
- Interestingly, this set's number is after the 71712 Empire Temple of Madness despite it being a smaller set. Typically, the numbers of each wave go from the smallest set (by piece count) to the largest set.
- The cockpit of the Empire Dragon resembles the "Konami Code," a special code that would allow users to enable a cheat or other effects when used.
- This is the first set in which Kai and Lloyd are the only ninja in a set since 9443 Rattlecopter (although Lloyd was not a ninja at that time).