LEGO sets for Disney’s Raya and the Last Dragon revealed [News]

Three LEGO sets for Disney’s upcoming animated film Raya and the Last Dragon have been revealed, thanks to retailer Learning Express Gifts. Raya was originally slated to premiere last November but has been bumped to March 5, when it will release simultaneously in theaters and on Disney+. The new LEGO sets are part of the Disney Princess lineup and feature minidolls rather than minifigures. The sets introduce a number of new elements for designs iconic to the movie, such as Raya’s conical straw hat and her pill bug-like companion Tuk Tuk, and of course, Sisu the dragon. There’s no word yet when the sets will be available for sale.

43181 Raya and the Heart Palace | 610 pieces | US $79.99 | CAN $TBD | UK £TBD

  • Surprise a great kid with this different and unique LEGO® ǀ Disney Raya and the Heart Palace (43181) set. Packed with features and accessories, this fun set inspires imaginative role play.
  • This set, based on the new movie Disney’s Raya and the Last Dragon, has a palace with 6 rooms and 2 towers, Raya and Namaari mini-doll figures, plus Tuk Tuk and Namaari’s Serlot LEGO® figures.
  • The palace has a revolving wall with a secret room, a large treasure chest and opening central and side towers. Combine with the LEGO® ǀ Disney Raya and Sisu Dragon (43184) set for a real wow factor.
  • Disney’s Raya and the Last Dragon fans will adore this buildable toy with its details and fun accessories. The functions and story starters help make this a great on-trend gift for children aged 7+

43184 Raya and Sisu Dragon | 216 pieces | US $29.99 | CAN $TBD | UK £TBD

  • Spark a child’s creativity with this exciting LEGO® ǀ Disney Raya and Sisu Dragon (43184) set. Packed with features and accessories, this fun set inspires imaginative role play.
  • This set, based on the new movie Disney’s Raya and the Last Dragon, includes a palace gate, waterfall and accessories, plus a Raya mini-doll figure and a Sisu Dragon LEGO® figure.
  • The palace gate has a secret room to hold a small box with a diamond and a waterfall that opens up. Combine with the LEGO® ǀ Disney Raya and the Heart Palace (43181) set to expand the fun.
  • Fans of Disney’s Raya and the Last Dragon will adore this set with its many details and fun accessories. The functions and story starters make this a great any-day reward for children aged 6 and up.
  • Beautiful, posable dragon Sisu stands over 9 in. (24 cm) tall and is designed to be built and played with again and again in all sorts of adventures.

43185 Boun’s Boat | 247 pieces | US $49.99 | CAN $TBD | UK £TBD

  • Inspire a Disney fan’s imagination with this exciting LEGO® ǀ Disney Boun’s Boat (43185) set. Packed with features and accessories, this fun set sparks creative role play.
  • This set, based on the new movie Disney’s Raya and the Last Dragon, includes a large shrimp boat, a smaller boat and a dock area, plus Sisu Human and Boun mini-doll figures and 3 Ongi LEGO® figures.
  • This set offers 3 builds to set kids’ imaginations free and makes a great addition to any other LEGO® ǀ Disney Raya and the Last Dragon-related sets that a child might have to expand play.
  • A perfect reward gift for boys and girls aged 6+. Disney’s Raya and the Last Dragon fans will adore this set with its clever buildable models that encourage imaginative role-play options.
  • Full of premium details, Boun’s boat measures over 5 in. (13 cm) high, 11 in. (28 cm) long and 3 in. (8 cm) wide and is designed to spark imagination as it’s built and played with again and again.

4 comments on “LEGO sets for Disney’s Raya and the Last Dragon revealed [News]

  1. Mickey D

    The sets look fun enough for play, but the brown creature and the head and tail of the dragon just don’t look anything like Lego. They look more like McDonald’s toys.

  2. Vector

    I’ll begrudgingly let the $80 palace slide for Disney tax, big pieces, and big critter, but the boat is priced way too high.

  3. Exxos

    Looking at that dragon, I can see why it is the last dragon — they mercy killed the things because they were too awful to live. XD

  4. Håkan

    I think the design of these sets look surprisingly Indian-Arabian for a film apparently inspired by South East Asian cultures…

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