Collectible Dragons: Toy Figures with Incredible Detail

Written by on October 22, 2013 in Collectible Figures, Dragon Figures, Dragons, Toy Collections with 1 Comment

Dragon-Toy-FiguresToy collections come in all shapes and sizes but dragon toy figures are one of the best. For dragon figures, you want the most detail possible. Here are some that will make great additions to any toy collection of dragon figures.

The Detail of Dragons

OK, granted there is no way to know for sure what dragons would look like in the wild. So based on what designers’ imaginations have come up with, detail makes a huge difference.

There is the traditional image of a dragon, winged and fire-breathing. Typically scales are part of the look and as well as clawed feet. Then add in tails, horns and long necks and you have a complete effect for those dragons of long-ago folklore.

Dragons are fantasy figures, but the traditional detail is what makes these figures amazing. Plenty to play with but great looks for any collection.

Safari Collection of Dragons

These are from the Safari Ltd. collection. The designers of these dragons did extensive research into folklore tales to make sure they got accurate detailing. These are not huge figures, measuring less than 10 inches, but they are definitely worth adding to your collection just for their details.

Dragon Play for Adults and Children

Yes, it’s true. Many adults are thrilled to play with their toy collections and dragons are no different. In fact, my young nephew and I have spent many hours having dragon battles with my collection. One of the things I look for is safety for children to be able to play along, too.

All the dragon toy figures I feature here are safe for children above the age of 3 to play with. If your toy collection includes castles and knights, all the better for play time. So don’t be afraid to let your imagination soar with a world of folklore and dragons. Believe me, you can play all by yourself and I won’t think you are silly!

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  1. Cynthia says:

    I am often amazed at the detail in toys! As with the featured dragons, they are often so lovely, I would be hesitant to actually play with them for fear of damaging them.

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