LEGO Elves welcomes six new builds to 2016 line-up

The range is aimed at kids aged seven to ten years old and are available to retailers this year.
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LEGO has detailed the launch of six new building sets to join its popular fantasy range, LEGO Elves.

The new line up will take the brand’s leading characters Azari, Farran, Naidan and Aira as well as ordinary girl Emily Jones on a host of new adventures across the fantastical world of Elvendale.

The first of the new collection is Emily Jones & the Baby Win Dragon, a set priced at £8.99 and featuring an Emily Jones mini-doll figure, Fledge the baby dragon, a waterfall with a cave and a tree.

The set is followed by The Water Dragon Adventure build priced at £17.99. this set includes a Naida Riverheart mini-doll figure and Merina the water dragon as well as a crystal waterfall with water catapult function and a hidden place for treasure.

Elvendale School of Dragons comes in at £17.99 and features a Tidus Stormsurfer the Dragon trainer mini-doll figure as well as Mike the baby dragon, the dragon school with a classroom and a tree.

The line will be bolstered with the addition of The Starlight Inn at £24.99 and the Fire Dragon’s Lava Cave priced at £34.99.

The hero build of the new range however is The Secret Market Place. Priced at £49.99, the set includes Farran Leafshade and Aira Windwhistler mini-doll, as well as Flamy, Owlyver and Thorne the earch dragon. It alse features two levels with stairs, a lever for activating the hammer in the goldsmith, opening drawer and a turning function to move the tree and reveal the sacred Book of Dragons.

The range is aimed at kids aged seven to ten years old and are available to retailers this year.

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