Join forces with Aira and Lumia to protect the Wind Dragon!
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Seek the magic within to help Aira, Lumia and the Guardian Wind Dragon face the shadow bat! This amazing LEGO® Elves 41193 Aira & the Song of the Wind Dragon fantasy playset features a fully posable and buildable wind dragon with transparent wings and space for 2 mini-doll figures. The set also includes a bat airship with shooting function and spinning propeller, and a ‘floating' island music school with opening entrance door, hidden chest and rotating sign. Includes 2 mini-doll figures, plus bat and bird figures.
Includes Aira and Lumia mini-doll figures, plus Sebastian the bird and Phyll the shadow bat figures.
Features a buildable Cyclo the Guardian Wind Dragon figure with transparent wings, movable head, legs and tail, opening jaw, space for 2 mini-doll figures, and space on the head for a magic Wind ‘diamond'.
Also includes a 3-level music school with opening entrance door, rotating sign and 2 hiding places, ‘floating' island that moves by sliding the lever, and a bat airship with shooting function and spinning propeller.
Slide the lever on the back of the music school to move the ‘floating’ island from one side of the school to the other.
Lift the special ground section in the music area to find the secret plans to the cyclone bow.
Discover the hidden box in the basement of the music school to retrieve and construct the cyclone bow.
Accessory elements include 2 shooting studs, a cherry, harp, music notes, conductor's baton, bow instructions, magical Wind ‘diamond', Lumia's power-up staff, bed, cherry cupcake, lute, organ and a chest, plus a buildable cyclone bow.
Other mischievous little bats can be collected in selected LEGO® Elves sets.
Guardian Wind Dragon measures over 2” (7cm) high, 8” (21cm) long and 9” (25cm) wide.
Music School measures over 5” (15cm) high, 3” (10cm) wide and 1” (5cm) deep.
Airship measures over 3” (8cm) high, 2” (7cm) long and 3” (8cm) wide.
Aira & the Song of the Wind Dragon is rated
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Rated 5 out of
CharmingThis is the set I was most excited for (I have been very impatient waiting to be able to get the new sets in the uk) and I'm not disappointed! I love all the details and musical instruments in the music school and the wind dragon has an interesting build different to previous dragons, although it freaks me out a bit that it only has two legs, the ombre clear wings are very pretty. The elves don't really fit in the building but it's cute putting your other baby dragons and small creatures in there! The design of the school floating worked really well and looks very magical.
Overall I love it and can't wait to build the other new creatures! I would love more sets with cute buildings and scenes like the treetop hideaway, magical bakery, rodalyn's healing hideout and starlight inn in the future though.
Date published: 2018-03-01
Rated 5 out of
DifferentThis is the first time elves changed up their dragon's wings and I kinda like i. It was nice to have a building with it but I wish Lego Elves would be more different (dragon wise)
Date published: 2018-04-08
Rated 5 out of
The Best Fantasy Line Lego has ever had!When I was younger I played with Lego a lot. One of my favourite themes back then in the late noughties was the Castle series. I remember specifically I loved the Skeleton Tower as it included a princess mini figure, who I'm pretty sure was the ONLY female available in the first year of the theme.
11 years later, and how far we have come! Lego's flagship fantasy theme is primarily female populated as well as female oriented. Though I do have to say that anyone who is skipping out on the Elves line simply because of the minidoll or pretty bright colours is making an extremely silly (patriarchally misguided) mistake. I wish everyone would just embrace the feminine fun of the minidoll lines as they include some of the BEST lego set designs of recent years. I say this because when building Aira and the Song of the Wind Dragon in particular (after a long Lego hiatus of around 8 years) I was blown away!
First of all these minidolls are beautifully made, and the character designs are high fantasy at its best. From what I've read online Lego gives the Elves characters a new outfit every year and this time around Aira dons some great armour, ready for a showdown with Noctura later on!
Cyclo the Wind Dragon is another phenomenally designed creature. I loved the use of the smaller ball and sockets to allow for him to be a good scale to the minidolls, but also because it means he is extremely posable: tail and all!
Now, onto the Music School which makes up the bulk of the set. While the majority of the build uses more neutral colours such as white and tan, the small highlights of baby blue really pull the aesthetic together and the use of lime green also gives it a great pop. This makes it very pleasing on the eye and a wonderful display piece (which is how I plan on using it.)
This set isn't just pretty though, it's full of play value too! The school comes stocked with 3 different musical instruments, as well as a hidden treasure chest and a constructible bow for Aira (the latter two features can easily tie together and form a narrative.) Combine those small details with the more obvious inclusion of a DRAGON and Phyll the Shadow Bat's disc launching mini zeppelin, and both boys and girls alike will find great enjoyment.
The value for money on this set is also excellent, in terms of both the price to piece ratio and in the value of the pieces you get (lots of little cool translucent stuff, with a lot left over at the end too.)
Overall I'd recommend everyone to buy this. Boy or girl, young or old: it is an amazing set! After I finished building this I logged straight back online and ordered all of the other 2018 Elves sets, and I am incredibly excited for them to arrive. The team designing and working on this theme are amazing and deserve all the recognition in the world, this is truly some of the best toy design I've ever seen!
(I've recommended all the sets which feature the Elemental Guardians as I think that's the real draw for this year's sets, however I'd recommend them all if I could!)