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Dragon Daddy

Magic Violet Dragon - Dragon Daddy

Regular price $60.00 NZD
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In a land of fantastical wonders, there lived a magnificent dragon named Violeta, the Violet Dragon. Her scales gleamed with shades of lavender and amethyst, radiating an aura of tranquility and mystique.

Violeta was not an ordinary dragon. She possessed the power to weave dreams, allowing her to enter the subconscious minds of creatures across the realm. Through her dream journeys, she brought solace to those troubled and shared visions of hope and harmony.

One day, darkness threatened to engulf the land. A malevolent sorceress sought to plunge the realm into eternal nightmares, using people's fears against them. Undeterred, Violeta embarked on a quest to confront the sorceress in the realm of dreams.

With boundless courage, she faced the sorceress and countered her malevolence with the power of dreams. Violeta's violet shimmer intensified, filling the realm with a vivid, enchanting glow.

Through the strength of dreams and the purity of her heart, Violeta defeated the sorceress, liberating the realm from her grasp. From that day forth, the Violet Dragon's shimmer served as a reminder that the power of dreams and compassion could overcome any darkness, illuminating the path to a brighter tomorrow.

Enjoy the magic of colorshift!

Want them bigger?! Let us know and we can see what we can do! Please note that the rainbow dragons come as a surprise combination as no two dragons are ever the same!

Models are made to order and typically take 5-10 working days before being dispatched. If you need them urgently please contact us and we can see what we can do. 

The Printed Heroes are officially licensed to print these sculpts.

Materials: Professional quality PLA

Polylactic acid, also known as PLA, is a thermoplastic monomer derived from renewable, organic sources such as corn starch or sugar cane. Using biomass resources makes PLA production different from most plastics, which are produced using fossil fuels through the distillation and polymerization of petroleum.


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