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Dragon King - Red (Papo)

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Dragon King  - Red (Papo)
Dragon King  - Red (Papo)
Dragon King  - Red (Papo)
Dragon King  - Red (Papo)
Dragon King  - Red (Papo)
Dragon King  - Red (Papo)
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A unique feature of this figure is the lengthy lance, which is poised for jousting. Lance measures over 5 inches long and is a formable weapon.

The Dragon King Knight - Red #39386 measures: 3.5" T" x 7" L.
Lance measures 5.25" L.

Papo Dragon King Knight - Red #39386 Review:

Colors may vary from picture - based on what Papo sends us any given shipment.

The vibrant red coloring of the Dragon King Knight is eye-catching and bold, with a dragon crest on the shield that further adds to the regal appearance of the figure. The armor on the legs, shoulders, and arms is intricate and well-detailed, with a helmet that features a cage faceguard and a gold crown on the head. The brown ribbons flowing from the back of the helmet give the figure an added element of movement and dynamic energy.

One of the standout features of this figure is the long lance that the Dragon King Knight is holding, which is ready for jousting. This adds an extra level of playability and imagination to the figure, making it a great toy for children to play with.

The legs of the Dragon King Knight are spread apart, which allows the figure to stand on its own or be mounted on a horse.

Dragon King Knight Information:

In medieval times, a knight with a dragon crest would have been a formidable sight. A dragon crest was a symbol of strength, courage, and power, and it was often used to represent a knight's family, clan, or kingdom.

A knight with a dragon crest would have worn a coat of arms or a shield that featured a dragon, often with other symbols and colors that represented his allegiance or achievements. The crest would have been worn during battle, tournaments, and other events where knights would gather to show off their prowess.

The dragon itself represented many things to medieval knights. It was a symbol of ferocity, destruction, and chaos, but it was also associated with royalty, wisdom, and protection. For knights, the dragon represented a worthy adversary that they could defeat through strength and honor.

Part of the World of Knights Series by Papo.

Hand Painted. Made of durable synthetic material.

Product Code: Papo 50194

by Papo

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Papo Knights - Dragon King Red #39386

Manufacturer Age Recommendation:

3+ Years

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Warning: Choking Hazard

Small Parts. Not for children under 3 years.

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