Schleich | Play figure Eldrador Lava Demon - 70145

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Schleich | Play figure Eldrador Lava Demon - 70145

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Schleich offers a wide variety of plastic figures, with vibrant colors and an eye for detail. Figures with realistic details for educational play moments. Ideal open ended play. Goes nicely in the sandbox, with clay, with the way to play autobahns, etc. Let the adventure begin! - Detailed modeling. From the first sketch to the decoration of each figurine, Schleich pays close attention to every detail. - Educational value. Sleich toys stand for educationally valuable play, because they promote the creativity and independence of the child. - For 85 years, Schleich figures and playsets have provided fun for children all over the world. The lava demon of Schleich® Eldrador® Creatures radiates so much heat that (almost) no one dares to come near it. Because attackers know that anything the blistering giant touches will go up in flames. His large body consists of molten lava rock and on his head a wild forest is on fire. Despite its enormous appearance, the lava demon is extremely mobile, which makes it a diabolical opponent. Because he can turn his body all the way, he does not miss the slightest movement. Anyone who comes close to him is immediately discovered. With his movable arms, he quickly grabs his enemies and shakes them up. In addition, the lava demon can move its jaws. As soon as he opens his fire-breathing mouth, the flames of his fiery breath burst out and it not only smells like burnt rock, but is unbearably hot!

7.6 x 23 x 14 cm (lxwxh)

Schleich is a German company that makes toy animals and plastic dolls. It was founded in 1935 by Friedrich Schleich. In the fifties he had started developing the Smurfs, Snoopy, The Muppet Show and many other characters. In the 1980s, Schleich began developing animal figures, such as farm animals, wild animals and dinosaurs. Schleich also made 'worlds', such as the world of the elves, the world of knights and the world of Indians.

For imitating animals, Schleich consults parents, children and biologists. The Schleich animal figures are true to life and to scale. They are painted by hand.