Lego Dinosaurs LEGO Creator Fiery Legend (6751)
Everyone knows Lego dinosaurs and fire-breathing dragons are related. So it doesn’t take a big stretch of the imagination to call the Lego Creator Fiery Legend brick sets dinosaur toys.
This 3 in 1 Lego toy set will make two different dragons and a mean looking ogre.
Build a fiery red-winged dragon with fully moveable arms, legs, tail and wings or a really cool Korean dragon, both have light-up glowing flame breath.
The Lego Dinosaurs – Lego Creator Fiery Legend has 479 pieces and a light brick. The set is recommended ages 7 years and up. The main dragon measures 18.9 x 2.4 x 11.1 inches when fully assembled.
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Kids love Legos and will play with them for hours if they can ever get them away from their parents. With three different models in one kit they will keep busy assembling each one. The Lego Dinosaurs – Lego Creator Fiery Legend has easy to follow instructions so even parents will be able to understand them.
5.0 out of 5 stars – Fury of the Red Dragon, January 28, 2011
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Epic fun at a great cost. The main western dragon (standing) reaches about 9 to 10 inches in height, and, including the wings, 15 inches across. It can be rebuild into an eastern dragon (serpent-like, with no wings, longer body), and an ogre. However, I started with the western dragon, and liked it so much I couldn’t bring myself to deconstruct it.
All the big poseable joints of the legs, knees, ankles, arms, wings, and neck are strong to be knocked to the ground without dislocating. The only parts that seem most likely to break off due to rough playing would be the two back claws and two on the side of the foot, but that’s just minor gripes.
I’m impressed with how strong the big poseable joints are. They can not be bought separately from Lego.com’s Pick a Brick section, so you can only get these from similar mythical/animal Creator sets.
There are smaller poseable joints that make up the rest of the arm and tail, so be sure not to pull them too hard. The ball+cup joints (similar to ball+socket skeleton joints) are strong, but I suspect in time, they will become looser and less poseable. However, you can buy those at Lego’s Pick a Brick section if you need to replace them.
Overall, a fun, great quality set.
Source: Amazon customer reviews
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