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Playmobil Great Dragon Castle (4835)

Submitted by on November 24, 2010 – 4:22 pmOne Comment

I am not surprised the Playmobil Great Dragon Castle (4835) won a best preschool toy at Toyfair 2010, it is a brilliant toy with masses of playability and is great fun too

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Initial Thoughts: The Playmobil Great Dragon Castle is an investment piece of Playmobil and is the home of the red dragon knights.  It is part of the new range of Dragon’s Land.  The boys were very impatient for us to get this out and let them play with it.

We liked: This set is a fantastic and comes with 4 red dragon knights, a red dragon, a glow in the dark skeleton and so much more.  The boys couldn’t get enough of the working crossbow.  There is something else to see each time you play with the Great Dragon Castle including a trapdoor to a secret dungeon holding a glow in the dark skeleton.  Playmobil have thought of everything, there is lights, knights with their own wings and a wonderful dragon.

We Weren’t keen: The only downside to this is storage as it is a pretty large item, but as it is getting so much play we have left it on the table in the playroom.

Overall: If you have children who look dragons, fantasy, knights and castles then the Playmobil Great Dragon Castle is a brilliant investment.  You can attach Dragon’s Dungeon to is via the broken bridge and than you truly do have the ultimate play set with the Green Dragon and Knights to pit against the Reds.

Jen [The Mad House]

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  • boys toys says:

    Thanks for sharing this amazing post. I have been collecting toys since I was a kid and up to now it is still my hobby. I also buy lots of toys for my kids.

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