- Not to be confused with the actual dragon.
71718 Wu's Battle Dragon is a LEGO Ninjago - Master of the Mountain set that was released in most countries on June 1, 2020, in most US stores on August 15, 2020, and in Canada and LEGO stores in the US on August 24, 2020. It includes Hero Wu, Gleck, the Ivory Blade of Deliverance, Big Chompy, and a small rocky pedestal.
This LEGO® NINJAGO® Wu’s Battle Dragon (71718) building set for kids with 2 minifigures will be adored by fans of ninja toys, who can use it to stage their own fantasy stories from the NINJAGO TV series. The awesome posable dragon can move its wings, tail, feet and head.
The best dragon building kit
With 2 buildable figures of Hero Wu and Gleck, ninja fans can immerse themselves in the mysterious Dungeons of Shintaro and play out battles between themselves for the Ivory Blade of Deliverance. Wu can ride his flying dragon, which will enchant youngsters’ creative minds.
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LEGO NINJAGO building toys for kids let them learn about the honorable values of ninjas as they venture into a world of mystery where they can role-play their heroes battling powerful dark forces. NINJAGO fans will be gripped for hours by these fun toys, which include dragons, cars and mechs in the different playsets.
- Awesome LEGO® NINJAGO® Wu’s Battle Dragon (71718) toy and 2 minifigures to recreate action from the NINJAGO TV series. The ideal gift for NINJAGO fans or kids who enjoy plotting their own dragon adventures with fun toys.
- This dragon playset includes a Battle Dragon and 2 minifigures: Hero Wu and Gleck, and the Ivory Blade of Deliverance. Kids can stage fun stories of their own to see which of these characters triumphs!
- This wonderfully detailed Battle Dragon has a posable head, legs, wings and tail and is designed for the Hero Wu minifigure to ride. Gleck is armed with a crossbow to fire studs.
- This 321-piece LEGO® dragon building kit provides an exciting and rewarding build for boys and girls aged 7+ and makes a great birthday present or LEGO gift for any occasion.
- New for June 2020, this NINJAGO® dragon set is a great size to play with at home or to take out for adventures on the go. The flying dragon measures over 4” (12cm) high, 9” (24cm) long and 13” (33cm) wide.
- No batteries are required for this dragon building set – it is ready to head into the sky, powered solely by your child’s imagination, for hours of creative play.
- This is the perfect LEGO® gift for a young builder. The bricks and buildable figures come with easy-to-follow instructions so kids will quickly have the dragon ready for adventures.
- LEGO® NINJAGO® building toys for kids let them learn the honorable values of the ninjas and enjoy active play as they lose themselves in an excitingworld of adventure.
- The LEGO® bricks used to build this playset have met the highest industry standards, ensuring they are always consistent, compatible and pull apart with ease every time.
- The LEGO® building bricks in this dragon building kit have been relentlessly tested and meet the highest global safety and quality standards. You know you are in safe hands with LEGO fun toys.
"This one holds a special place i my heart as the initial look and idea was something i did for myself on my free time coming from my love for all things dragon. My manager loved it and wanted to add it to the linup and happily we made it happen! I challenge myself when doing creatures to be as accurate to real life anatomy as possible in order to create the most plausible look and i feel that this one is a great success in this regard."
- Hero Wu is exclusive to this set.
- That is the second time Wu had the dragon, the first being 70734
- This is the cheapest way to get Gleck and the Ivory Blade of Deliverance.
- Interestingly, this set's number is after the 71717 Journey to the Skull Dungeons despite it being a smaller set. Typically, the numbers of each wave go from the smallest set (by piece count) to the largest set.
- Despite being referred to as Wu's dragon, the dragon featured is a larger version of Chompy, Vania's pet dragon. The reason for this is the fact that the sets and the show are developed at different times and it tends to cause some inconsistency at times.
- Wu, however, does ride Chompy in "The Son of Lilly."
- This set was first seen in "The Skull Sorcerer."
- This set is what inspired the idea of Chompy growing when angered, not the other way around.
- Although in this set Wu uses the same legs as Secrets of the Forbidden Spinjitzu Wu, he has slightly different legs in the show.
- Though the dragon in the set comes with chains, Wu does not ride Chompy with chains in "The Son of Lilly".
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