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Fisher-Price Imaginext Dragon World Fortress

3.9 out of 5 stars 101 customer reviews

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  • Cool sound effects and fun castle secrets for boys to discover
  • Castle has a dragon on guard that can be activated by a simple turn of the disk
  • Unlock the action and see a boulder run down a dragon's tail
  • Figures can unlock all the many secrets the Dragon Castle has
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Product Description

Product Description

Imaginext Dragon Castle Playset

Imaginext Dragon Castle Playset is interactive as it has feature points for activating various toy parts. Kids can twist the toy figures for action. They can also turn the disk to activate the guard dragon.


Why You'll Love It: Kids can be engrossed in the world of magic and knights.

Age: 3 years and up

Features
  • Fully customizable
  • Highly educational
  • Made of quality material

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The Fisher Price Dragon World Fortress will transport your child to a fantasy realm of magic, knights, and dragons. Designed for ages 3 and up, this play set features flashing lights, sound effects, and accessories that can provide hours of imaginative role-playing. Standout features include a moving guard dragon, a cannon that shoots projectiles, and a secret lever that will make the castle "come to life."

Dragon World Fortress
    Ages: 3+

    Requires:
  • 3 "AA" batteries (included)
What We Think

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The Good: Exciting fantasy theme that encourages imagination and role-playing.

The Challenging: A bit top-heavy; could be easy to tip over.

In a Nutshell: A large, well-designed play set that encourages creativity and role-playing.
A Medieval Adventure
At approximately two feet in height, Dragon World Fortress is filled with enough interactive features to keep active imaginations occupied. The play set comes with two knight figures, each with their own detachable sword, shield and armor. With these figures your child can pivot "activation points" on the play set, which can reveal hidden staircases and open the front gate.

Knights who dare to enter the Dragon World Fortress face many dangers. Pulling a lever on the back of the castle will cause the green guard dragon to lunge forward and attack intruders. The lever also triggers thunder sound effects and causes the entire castle to light up. There is also a cannon that fires plastic projectiles, and a rolling boulder that can be used to defend the staircases.

The fortress is constructed in solid, sturdy plastic. Parents, be aware that it is fairly easy to topple over due to its vertical design. However, this problem is remedied by folding out the hidden set of stairs underneath the castle, giving it the stability needed for rougher play.

Encourages Imagination
Dragon World Fortress channels a spirit of medieval adventure. It is full of movable objects and sounds, but still leaves plenty of room for constructive, imaginative play. The play set provides children with the tools needed for an immersive, imaginative experience.

What's in the Box
Fortress, two knight figures, two flags, two boulders, one bed, and one cannon with projectile.




The Dragon World Fortress has plenty of interactive parts, including a firing cannon. View larger.


The fortress is filled with adventure, peril, and booby traps at every turn.
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Use the special "activation points" to open secret passageways and play back sounds. View larger.


Product Information

Product Dimensions 15.3 x 6 x 24 inches
Item Weight 9.7 pounds
Shipping Weight 9.7 pounds
Domestic Shipping This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
International Shipping This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
ASIN B001W1UEMA
Item model number P3787
Manufacturer recommended age 36 months - 5 years
Best Sellers Rank #254,864 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
#2,068 in Toys & Games > Preschool > Pre-Kindergarten Toys > Pretend Play > Toy Figure Playsets
#2,792 in Toys & Games > Action & Toy Figures > Playsets & Vehicles > Playsets
Customer Reviews
3.9 out of 5 stars 101 customer reviews

3.9 out of 5 stars
Discontinued by manufacturer Yes

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By P's Mommy VINE VOICE on August 5, 2009
My husband picked this out for my son's 4th birthday and he absolutely loves it! The lights flash and the dragon comes down when you pull a lever and will actually pick up a man in his mouth. The front door to the castle resembles a garage door and my son really likes that! It took us a few days to figure out that the boulders actually swirl down the slide which is also part of the dragon's tale. Also, there is a little button like thing at the top of the slide that makes a noise and sends the boulder down the slide. This thing is just so nice. I only wish that the rooms were a little deaper...they are a bit shallow, but the men are pretty small, so it's no big deal. Almost all of the Imaginext toys are built so well, so I really recommend them to anyone with younger children. They even have some for girls now=) They aren't called Imaginext, but they are the exact same type of people and they are also Fisher Price Brand. We own the large Pirate Ship, another Castle, Coast Guard Boat, Space Ship, Space Station, Bat Cave, FireStation, Ambulance, and many other little Imaginext items and we can't wait until they come out with even more...
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My son got the Imaginext Dragon World Fortress for Christmas, because his aunt and uncle are awesome. I didn't realize my wife had it on my son's wish list until it showed up under the Christmas tree. And boy, what a gift!

Where to start? The castle is one big, awesome sculpt. The amount of thought that went into the castle is astonishing - there is a dragon motif incorporated into everything, from the bedspread on the bed to the secret stairs. Centaurs are sculpted into the columns, vampire bats adorn the outer walls, and if you look closely at the picture you can see that the green dragon head matches the rough-hewn stone of the lower section to form a complete dragon. As a miniature painter myself, it's so pretty I want to paint it.

Counting the roof and the dungeon, this play set has FIVE levels. Starting with the base, the castle is configurable two ways. One way opens a secret door into the dungeon, while the other provides a helpful entrance with steps into the ground floor - which is actually an ingenious lure, because it completes the winding funnel that is a rolling boulder trap. Swiveling out the secret door has the added benefit of giving the castle a sturdier base.

Foolish mortals who manage to make it past the boulder trap face off against the portcullis. It's here that there are footholds for the two knights. Simply put the knights' feet into the footholds and turn to active the mechanism. It sounds good in practice but is harder for my nearly three-year-old boy. He asks me to do it. Turning the footholds causes the portcullis to raise or lower along with an accompanying ka-CHUNK, thunder and lightning, and even an owl hooting. The portcullis mechanism itself is a series of wheels and gears, along with a little rope that winds through it.
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This is the only toy that we can get all our kids to play together, nicely. We bought it for our son's third birthday, but it quickly became communal property in our house. Our seven-year-old and one and half-year-old daughters love it almost as much as the boy. They play with it for long stretches at a time, and the little characters that come with it make frequent adventures elsewhere throughout our home as well. Well worth your investment!
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By Beabea on November 2, 2009
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Our son got this for his fourth birthday. He plays with it every day, and he uses it with other toys. For example, he has some action figures that he now plays with at the Dragon World Fortress. It is a good toy for two or more children to play with at one time. The various lights, sounds and moving parts make it even more fun, but it is not overly complicated. It is about two feet tall but is narrow enough to put off to the side when he is not playing with it. We paid fifty dollars on Amazon which was a fair price.
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Bought this for our 6-year-old for Christmas and he LOVES it!!! He plays with it all the time. It's very well-made and the colors are vibrant. The textures are incredible. Our boy loves the action figures, sound effects, and especially the boulders.

Imaginext toys are fantastic! So glad we bought this for our son.

Update: May 2014
Our son is now 11 and still plays with this! The construction is fantastic. The only problem is that ours tips over quite a bit. I've read that they've since added a wedge to prevent this problem but unfortunately ours doesn't have this. Would still buy it because it's lasted many years and is still in great condition.
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The product is great with regard to my children loving it. Generally, it is well constructed but I had to take it back because the gate wouldn't work; the day after Christmas. After returning it the same thing happened on the same day, the gate wouldn't work. So I took it apart and found that the hold up is a piece that is connected to the round-spoked wheel on the front. The wheel is simply for looks (turning) and the mechanism that is used to get it to turn on the front of the fortress is not well built. This mechanism gets behined the gate lever and locks it up. So I just removed the piece and now it works fine. Additionally, I read in one of the reviews that the dragon's mouth is supposed to open and pick up a person. Ours never opened. Although the issues, my 3 year old still loves it.
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