Smoke Dragon

No. 10143

by Safari Ltd
$17.99

Where’s there’s smoke, there’s fire, they say, and that’s certainly true of the dragon kingdom. The menacing Smoke Dragon is closely related to the Fire Dragon. Although their physiologies differ, they are one in mind, seeking to strike fear whenever possible.

  • Scientific Name: Draco fumi
  • Characteristics: This magnificent figure truly resembles the smoldering ashes of a fire, and its personality is just as hot. Flapping wings and a spring-like body make it ready for action.
  • Size and Color: The light and dark greys of smoke and ash are the dominant color of this 4 ½ inch tall figure. Fiery accents of yellow, orange, and red show just how dangerous the Smoke Dragon can be.
  • The Smoke Dragon is part of the Dragons collection
  • All of our products are Non-toxic and BPA free

Product Description

History

Whereas its closest relative, the Fire Dragon, stays firmly on the ground, the Smoke Dragon prefers to fly high on powerful wings. The two species often appear together, much to the chagrin of defenseless townspeople. Their attacks, featuring hot flames and choking smoke, have been recorded throughout history, although the dragons themselves are seldom spotted. Very few have been willing to brave the wall of fire and smoke to face these malevolent dragons.

Story

Soldiers in iron helmets and chain mail peeked over the crenelated stone walls. Something was out there, some new weapon developed by the neighboring kingdom perhaps. They’d heard a sound like a rushing wind, followed by a ball of fire and an impossibly large cloud of smoke. As the air cleared, they surveyed the darkness outside the castle. All was quiet. No, it wasn’t. A tremor shook the ground, a figure just outside the reach of the pale torchlight. Another ball of flame shot forth from the darkness, exploding against the stones. Smoke poured down from above, and again the sound of wind, like something was flying overhead. This was no natural weapon. Grim-faced men began to shudder, fearing what might step into the light. A roar was answered by a snarl, and two huge beasts appeared in the dimly lit field outside the walls. One was a dragon with three heads, sparks still flashing from its nostrils. The other was a thinner, grey dragon with long wings, its head wreathed in smoke. Fire and Smoke had come. The castle was doomed.

  • Recommended Age: 4+
  • Size in cm: 16.5 L x 11.5 W x 11.5 H
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