The Goblin King's Evil Dragon is LEGO set 41183-1. It has a score of 86. This is average compared to all other sets. The set is recommended by 1 reviews, based on 5 scored reviews and 7 reviews total. It is ranked in the top 30.36% scored sets on Brick Insights. We know this set was released in 2017, and it is categorised in Elves.
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When I saw the summary of the new Elves line I could only think of the movie Labyrinth. The designs of dragon, however, was enough to win me over period it was never a question for my daughter, she liked the new designs and loves the Dragon. Unlike the other dragons in the elves line, this one only has two legs and wings instead of four legs and wings. It's more durable for playing than some of the other items in the line. We haven't had to rebuild this set yet.
I got this set for Christmas after months of asking my parents for it, and I could not be happier! Less than 2 hours after I opened the box, the set was built. The instructions are easy to understand, and I had no trouble at all. I LOVE Ashwing so much; she is detailed and beautiful in the most menacing way. Her fully independent claws make a great addition to her look, as well as her fold-able wings, sharp horns, and poisonous color scheme. Cronan looks like the perfect villain, and the small bear habitat is vert quaint and cute. The exploding feature on the crystals is brilliant, and I spent a lot of time just messing around with that! I, as always, am very impressed with the high LEGO quality and can't wait to play with her more! I'm sure she will be a great companion (or enemy, for that matter) to Rosalyn's dragon Sapphire, as I am going to buy her myself soon. I would certainly recommend this to a friend, and I talked it up so much that my niece wants her now! This is by far the best set that I have, and perfect as a stand alone set or an addition to any story.
The landscaping elements provided, giving us a small crystal mine as well as a water fall, fit in with the aesthetic seen in other elves sets, and the exploding play feature is fun to activate. I'll have to admit that by the end of the build I am no longer totally upset by spring yellowish green. I may even be coming to like it, so long as it is in the right context.
There is a subsidiary build to go with the eponymous dragon, which rather misinforms on how dynamite works – push it to active the explosion. Also included is one mini-doll, Goblin King, and one moulded goblin, called Jimblin. These aspects, combined with the printing on the dragon's head, do take the overall final aesthetic back towards the junior end of LEGO age classification. However, look beyond those and the distinctive colour scheme and you will discover a dragon well worth adding to any LEGO collection.
The dragon is an excellent model, and is definitely my favourite of the Elves dragons I've built so far. There have been some dragons in the Ninjago line that I prefer, but this set is a must for any LEGO dragon fans in general. For its price point the finished dragon is an impressive size, suits the Elves theme while being an excellent stand alone piece.