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McFarlane Eternal Clan Dragon Quest For Lost King Figure

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  • Brand new in original factory-sealed packaging!
  • Paint: original paint Scale: 6-inch Format: action figure Packaging: clamshell Eternal Clan Dragons were domesticated by humans. These dragons nest in the mountain tops, live in the clouds, thrive in thunderstorms, frolic in hurricanes and are somet

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Customer Reviews

A+LOVED it, totally fantastic and definitely a good buy, make a good purchase with this one and you'll be pleased 5least of a great seriesThis is a work of decorative art, not a plaything.An insanely detailed 10" sculpture, the Eternal Clan Dragon should appeal to fans of dragons and collectors of McFarlane figures. It has the high production values typical of the line, though these are marred by a few minors flaws. The figure is difficult to fit precisely to the base, some seams are a little obvious, and on the one I bought the rider's axe haft was broken (though easily repaired).The figure is not articulated or posable, and it is too delicate and has too many pointy bits to allow use as an "action figure" in the traditional sense.All the dragons in the "Quest for the Lost King" line are radically different in appearance and have a lot of individual character. This one is a little too birdlike for my tastes, but that's down to personal aesthetics. The feet are another weak point. The dragon's face, the reins and harness, and the ruined tower base are all great, though.I appreciate the attempt to provide backstory for each of the characters, but for me it didn't really add much value -- far more fun to make these things up in my own head.Overall: Great product for collectors, but get the other figures in this series first. Every time you look at it you'll spot some new detail. Not a toy for rough play or little kids. 4Great concept but sloppy castingLet me start with the negatives; I imagine I'll be repeating concerns others have shared.For absolutely no good reason, the dragon's toes and claws are separate, with the claws cast into the collapsed roof the dragon is perched upon. The toes and claws of the left foot will not align properly when the dragon is attached to the base, giving the appearance that the ends of the toes have been amputated. It's almost a good thing the claws are painted to match the roof, and not the dragon, as the sculpt would actually look worse were this not so. The claws should have been cast on the ends of the toes, period. If you have the skill, you may consider adding new claws to the front toes of the left leg. The right foot is worse than the left, as the ends of the front toes have been cast with the base, and these parts do not align with rest of the foot. It may be possible to glue the right foot in place for better alignment.The dragon rider carries a delicate axe that broke when the figure was carefully removed from its packaging. The haft of this axe is likely too thin by half.The painting is drab. This piece is not nearly as bold or exciting as others for that reason alone.On the positive side, the design of the dragon itself stands out from most McFarlane pieces. There seems less snake and lizard in the design and more dinosaur and bird. The chest is particularly striking as part of a formal S curve design. The level of detail in the folded wing membranes is astounding. The dragon's head is poised and regal.I'm very fond of the dragon. The rider is uninspired. The design and layout of the base (a tower with a collapsed conical roof) was unfortunate. Still, I do not regret my purchase, mostly owing to the uniqueness of the overall design, compared to dozens released over the years. 3Five Starsthis very well in most aspects but very delicate 5love itWorth the price 4beautifully detailedVery cool. Bigger than I thought and I love this regal pose. It is the first of my collection.The only gripe is trying to connect it to the rooftop prop. The feet wouldn't fit well, and took much improvisation of using super glue to to glue his left talon to the roof so that he stood straight up, rather than leaning back.However, I will rate this as a five star for the end result. 5And im so happy i didMy mom and i are huge collectors of McFarlane's toys. Of course,when i saw this i just had to buy it. And im so happy i did!!! It came to me in completely good condition. And early too. My mom was so happy that i gave this to her for her birthday. Right now its in a glass case with her other dragon collections. 5Great Looking BeastieI collect well-sculpted dinosaur figures, and since they aren't really being produced right now, this will do! I stumbled across this line by accident. Though all of these McFarlane dragons are attractive, this is my favorite. The is something regal about the pose, both reptile and birdlike. The detail and paint job are excellent. I could take or leave the warrior astride it's back, but it is interesting. Also interesting is the crushed roof that serves as a perch. BAD idea: the toenails are sculpted into the roof, and not the actual feet - good luck getting a perfect fit! Not a big problem. Too fragile to actually play with, and little articulation. This serves as a VERY attractive sculpture, and I wish there was NO articulation so as to do away with all seams. Beauty. 5
McFarlane Eternal Clan Dragon Quest For Lost King Figure

McFarlane Eternal Clan Dragon Quest For Lost King Figure

4.1
Error You can't add more than 500 quantity.
Regular price
€99,00
Sale price
€99,00
Regular price
€162,00
Sold out
Unit price
per 
Save 39% (€63,00)