LEGO Ninjago Jay's Elemental Dragon 70602

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  • Weapons include a translucent blue Djinn Blade with 'trapped Nya' element, Jay's 2 golden katanas, Cyren's harpoon hook shooter, pirate sword and dagger, and Monkey Wretch's pirate sword
  • Pirate flyer measures over 4" (11cm) high, 3" (8cm) long and 3" (9cm) wide
  • Recreate and role-play epic scenes from the NINJAGO: Masters of Spinjitzu TV show
  • Jay's Elemental Dragon features a ball-joint system for maximum posability, including a posable head, neck, wings, legs, feet and tail, plus snapping jaws with big teeth
  • Jay's Elemental Dragon measures over 4" (11cm) high, 12" (31cm) long and 11" (30cm) wide
  • Includes 2 minifigures: Jay and Cyren, plus Monkey Wretch
  • The Elemental Dragon also has 2 spring-loaded shooters, a saddle and chain reins for Jay, Ninja details, golden Ninja blades and translucent blue elements
  • Accessory elements include a blow pipe and dart stored on the Elemental Dragon, plus Monkey Wretch's wrench to repair the flyer
  • The pirate flyer features a six-shooting rapid shooter, adjustable wings and an adjustable flag
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