The Playmobil Dragons Eret set # 9249 is a buildable set inspired by DreamWorks How to Train Your Dragon. The 55-piece set features Eret with a Fire Ballista. At first a dragon hunter working for Drago, Eret eventually switches sides and shows his loyalty by protecting his new allies with the help of his functioning ballista with fire arrows and a rotating platform. The ballista is equipped with four crossbows and fire arrows. Recommended for kids ages 4 - 12, it offers some building, and a lot of imaginative play. It took our TTPM builder five minutes to assemble using the illustrated instructions. Once built, kids can engage in pretend battles, and fire the two middle arrows by pulling Eret back. Additional Playmobil Dragons sets are available, and sold separately.
This set marks one of the first times Playmobil has developed a branded set, and what a great match up it is with DreamWorks How to Train Your Dragon. Offering some building, and a lot of imaginative play, it's fun, and engaging. Kids can reenact pretend battles from the island of Berk, and fire the two middle arrows by pulling Eret back. We found the crossbows easy to activate and are impressed by how far they fly. While this set is cool on its own, it would be even more fun when combined with the other Playmobil Dragons sets, sold separately.
The Playmobil Dragons Eret set is recommended for kids ages 4 - 12 years old. It will appeal to fans of DreamWorks How to Train Your Dragon, as well as kids who enjoy Playmobil sets, or other building toys and figures.
It took our TTPM builder five minutes to assemble this Playmobil Dragons set using the included illustrated instructions. Additional Playmobil Dragons sets are also available, and sold separately. Fans can collect them all to reenact scenes with Stormfly, Hiccup, Toothless, and more.
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