Pre-order Bright Bricks Dragon Whelp Eggs

If you were lucky enough to visit BRICKLIVE this past weekend you may have experienced Bright Bricks new LEGO adventure – Kingdom, a fantastical quest filled with dragons, castles and princesses, all created in LEGO bricks. You may have also spotted a weyr of babies dragons, emerging from their eggs. You can own of these cute little beasts of your own as Bright Bricks have created a special range of sets, which will allow you to build and display a Dragon Whelp egg of your own and you can pre-order one now. There are six dragons to collect and you can pre-order yours now, learn more below. We can’t decide which want we like most!

Available in six colours, our latest model for collectors and LEGO fans are these Dragon Whelp Eggs. Built into the story of our LEGO show, Kingdom, the Eggs are a perfect gift for LEGO fans or as a unique item for collectors.

Eiko – The Nature Dragon (Green)

Haski – The Earth Dragon (Black)

Logi – The Fire Dragon (Red)

Tor – The Storm Dragon (Blue)

Miski – The Magic Dragon (Purple)

Iras – The Light Dragon (Pink)

The Dragon Whelp Eggs each contain a unique collection of parts to fit their element and persona. Collect all six and receive a special edition Dragon Hatchling model exclusive to Egg collectors!

Each of the eggs comes with a booklet containing its backstory, unique parts and persona, making these charming models a real collector’s item.

The estimated delivery date is currently mid-September 2017. Depending on order numbers, the dragon whelps eggs may not be restocked until late 2017 or early 2018.

Model Details

Dragon Whelp Eggs are sold as glued models, intended for display or as part of a diorama.

Each model weighs 0.5kg and contains approximately 350 LEGO parts.

Postage and packaging is included in the price.

The Story

The gigantic, legendary dragon Mithrog was infamous throughout the lands; acres of scorched crops and entire villages set ablaze were testament to his indiscriminate wrath for humanity. All men and women, peasants of kings, of both the Barony and the Brick Kingdom alike, lived in fear that Mithrog’s next target might be their home.

When rumour whipped through the lands that Mithrog was nursing six eggs, many felt it was finally time to strike back. One dragon had laid waste to their homes, but seven dragons with Mithrog’s fury would reduce the world to ash and char. Hunting parties, rangers, and warlocks all set out to destroy the unhatched eggs, before the whelps could bring ruin to the lands.

Valleron, the great Wizard of the Brick Kingdom, knew that destroying the eggs would only incur Mithrog’s full, undiluted anger, and intervened. He made a bargain with Mithrog, and scattered the eggs to the far corners of the two realms, where they would be safely nestled in their respective elements: earth, fire, water, leaf, storm and light.

Now, the whelps are hatching, and soon they will take their first steps into the world. Yet even as Valleron and Mithrog’s bargain stands, hunters and warlocks still seek to destroy the eggs, or to harness their power for selfish gains.

Only together will the six dragon whelps survive, but if they are united, neither the Brick Kingdom nor the Barony will ever be the same again.

Author: Adam White

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