Battle the sky pirates with Lloyd's awesome flying dragon!
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Attack the sky pirates' lookout tower with Green Ninja Lloyd's fully posable Green NRG Dragon, featuring foldable printed textile wings with spike details and a split tail with 2 stud shooters. Lloyd is supported by Ghost Cole against sky pirates Bucko, Cyren and Battle Doubloon who are armed with a sky pirate sword, sword, spear, the Djinn Blade and a mobile catapult to dial up the battle action. Includes 5 minifigures.
Includes 5 minifigures: Lloyd in Skybound outfit, Ghost Cole in Skybound outfit, Bucko, Cyren and Battle Doubloon.
Lloyd's Green NRG Dragon features a saddle for Lloyd, golden chain-style reins, posable head with translucent orange eye elements and snapping mouth, foldable printed textile wings with spike details, posable legs, talons, and posable split tail with 2 stud shooters.
The sky pirates' lookout tower has a flag, hidden barrel with 2 golden coin elements, and a campfire with a translucent flame element.
The sky pirates' catapult includes 3 turning wheels and 4 round 2x2 LEGO® bricks for ammunition.
Weapons include Cole's golden sword, the sky pirates' sword, standard sword, spear and the Djinn Blade.
Includes a lantern accessory element.
Recreate and role-play epic scenes from the NINJAGO™: Masters of Spinjitzu TV show.
This set offers an age-appropriate building experience for ages 8-14.
The Green NRG Dragon measures over 5” (15cm) high, 14” (37cm) long and 8” (21cm) wide with folded wings, and 22” (57cm) wide with unfolded wings.
The sky pirates' catapult measures over 3” (10cm) high, 5” (13cm) long and 4” (11cm) wide.
The sky pirates' lookout tower measures over 4” (12cm) high, 1” (5cm) long and 4” (12cm) wide
Rated 5 out of
Great LEGO gateway set.Since 2012 i stopped buying Ninjago sets, but upon spotting it in the store i was attracted towards it. In my opinion this is one of the best, if not the best, brick built dragon LEGO has released in the Ninjago theme.
The dragon makes a great display piece with the wings folded out and has lots of movable parts for posing. It uses simple building techniques but looks phenomenal.
I think that this set is great for anyone looking to get into LEGO or any long standing builders. As the build is enjoyable and it is a good toy.
I hope my thoughts have helped persuade you, Wendle.
Date published: 2016-10-19
Rated 5 out of
Unexpectedly Amazing!I recently discovered the ninjago line dragons and purchased three sets. I got master wu's dragon, jay's dragon and this one. While the other two are amazing, green nrg is my favorite. I've been addicted to legos ever since I was introduced to them when I was 9. Didn't really have a dark ages, but as I've gotten older "lego play" has gradually tapered off to be replaced with "lego display". That being said, I just can't help myself when it comes to this set. The dragon has so much character that I find myself playing with it quite often.
I've seen more detailed lego sets. I own more detailed lego sets, but none of them have captured the essence of the thing as well as green nrg dragon. The designers at lego have utilized the new joint pieces to bring stability, balance, and fluidity to this magnificent mythical creature. The head, neck, feet, wings, and tail all have multiple points of articulation. If you want to display it, it may actually be harder not getting a great pose. The wings are ingenious. It's a skeletal framework covered with cloth wings. No matter how you move, fold, or bend the wings, they look natural.
I would love to see this model setup as a guide for building creatures. It would be exciting to see other beasts of folklore come alive in lego form the way this set has. (basilisk, genie, cyclops, gargoyle, Ogre, Griffon, Naga, Titan, Golem, etc)
If you like dragons, this set will not disappoint.
I've included some photos of green nrg in his natural habitat. Of course we all know that the chocolate chips are for making cookies, but honestly who can resist?
Date published: 2016-12-27
Rated 4 out of
Dragon Domination!I purchased the lego ninjago Lloyd's NRG Dragon not long ago and found the set to be one of the greatest ninjago dragons since I began collecting the series! Some notable features about the dragon include its large size, formidable height, and dazzling wings. Using chrome gold on the underside and being florescent from all angles, lego outdid themselves with the printed wings! The build of the beast overall was fun and new. I especially liked the use of the big-fig arms for some chest strength detail and the V tail with stud shooters on the tips. I also enjoyed adding the new lantern element to my collection of unique pieces. The head of the dragon uses smart design techniques including the chima hunter paw weapon piece for the nose and steer horns in the green and white color. I also appreciated the use of two jade blades from early 2015 on the bottom of the head. Moving on to the neck, there is a lot of articulation with multiple sized ball joints. The saddle Lloyd gets in this set is quite nice using a dark red shade (virtually crimson) for the parts used and golden elements surrounding where he sits. I also like the use of two connected small gold chains for the reins and the simplicity of making Lloyd look like he's holding on to the chains when he's barely touching them. I also liked the can of soda included in a pouch near the tail of the dragon. Finally, I appreciated how lego has been varying the four and two legged versions of the ninja's dragons. The sky pirates in this set get two small builds including a large catapult with a lot of ammo. This flings round two by two black elements quite nicely with a good arch. The pirates also get a little terrain with a campfire, some weapon storage, and a hidden barrel of pirate booty. The minifigures in this set include Lloyd, Cole (in his ghost variation), Doubloon, Cyren, and Bucko. I was especially pleased to receive ghost Cole and Doubloon since both were previous exclusives. In conclusion, Lloyds NRG Dragon was a fantastic ninjago dragon and lego continues to improve the line! The minifigures, dragon, and sky pirates' builds were all excellent. The only things I can find to complain about would be all the small tooth pieces you have to insert into the wings and how the dragons large size makes it dwarf its foes. I would recommend this set!
Date published: 2016-08-23
Rated 5 out of
AWESOME SETI've been a fan of the ninjago dragons for a long time. This is arguably, the best dragon out of all of them. Since that is the main part of the set. We'll start of with that. The wings are excellent, as they are made of a soft-thin-cloth-like material. The underneath of the wings are layered with a different material. They're made of a shiny synthetic gold which look nice. The wingspan is pretty impressive as the wings can fold and expand. Now the body\head. The head is pretty slender and quite frankly, innovative. It sorta reminds me of smaug form the hobbit. The body is nice and bulky, with lots of detail. The tail is segmented, long, and easy to pose. The pirate structures are very functional and they just add a bit extra to the set. The minifigs are great although I think they should've replaced one of the pirates for a ninja. Overall this is a fantastic set, I hope Lego uses that kind of design for all the other elemental dragons and variate the design slightly according to ninja.