Help me remember a recent toyline that consisted of 3 super-poseable dragon figures?

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  1. netkid

    netkid Where's my Goddamn shoe!

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    I can't find a damn thing on Google, but help me if you know the name of the toy line.

    It consisted of 3 Dragon figures that were all super-poseable.
    Each figure came with a metal ring and a map.
    They were all packaged in clamshell packaging.
    They were sold at KB Toys around 2004-2005 for around $14.
    The toys were always advertised in Toyfare magazine, except each one was a "deluxe edition" of what was regularly sold at KB Toys. These each came with a big base and a small human warrior action figure.

    The 3 figures were:

    A red winged dragon with a yellow underside. He had green eyes. His deluxe edition came with a lava/volcanic base and a female(Red Sonya-like) human warrior.

    A Green wingless dragon/wyrm that had no spikes, scales, or horns. Just green skin and claws. Half of his tail was dirty with brown paint. He had yellow eyes. His deluxe edition came with a dirt base and a male(Conan the Barbarian-like) human warrior.

    A blue sea serpent with 4 flippers instead of arms and legs. He had a white underside. His deluxe edition came with a rocky seaside base with water crashing into it and a male Viking human warrior.

    Hope that helps!

    UPDATE:

    FOUND IT!

    DragonMaster

    Now if anyone has these toys MISB, then I am very interested in buying them.
     
  2. Chosen

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    I was about to say McFarlane's Dragons, but... well, that's McFarlane, not "superposable."

    The ones you're talking about sound like Dragonology instead. I've seen them at Toys"R"Us, but I haven't been to one in months, so who knows if you'll find them around now.

    EDIT: The body types you've mentioned don't match either Dragonology series.
     
  3. netkid

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    I know for a fact that it is not McFarlane's Dragons or Dragonology.

    The body types were made of plastic and rubber. There were joints for the necks, tails, and wings which were covered over by detailed rubber so you never saw the joints. Pretty cool stuff they did with these.
     
  4. Maximum Burn

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    Did you search toyfare's website? See if they have a back issue database?

    Also, can theses figures ride the dragons?
     
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  7. netkid

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    Nope, still not helping.

    If anyone has any Toyfare magazines from 2003-2005 then just look through those and you're bound to find the ad. I used to go to my local Borders books and read the Toyfare Magazine each month while shopping for books and I remember seeing that ad constantly for like a whole year.
     
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    I was thinking Mystic Knights of Tir Na Nog but I only had the larger dragons taht could be ridden (they were also recolored and re-released for Power Rangers Mystic Force...) They were definately posable, and Bandai used to advertise in Toyfare a lot, but they're not rubberized IIRC...mine are in storage...
     
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    I thought of those too. I didn't know they repaint those. Man, I been looking for a Pyre though. He was my favorite in the show.
     
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    the ring and map thing makes me think LOTR
     
  11. netkid

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    I know for a fact that it is NOT Mystic Knights. I have both of the dragons MISB.

    And it is not Lord of the Rings.

    Also, if anyone has any carded Mystic Knights figures to sell, then I will be VERY interested in buying them to complete my collection.

    These toys were made by a company that I've never heard of before. I don't know the company name, but I do know that they aren't a big toy company.
     
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    If anyone could help find the answer to this question it'd be great. I'd love to have me some super poseable dragons.
     
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    Could it be something from the dragonology line???????
     
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    oops double post
     
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    Mega Brands- Dragons Metal Ages ? (attachment pic added)

    They came in eggs too

    There were also 3 Power Ranger dragons that were cool (red, green & yellow) for $12.99
     

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    those are the PR dragons
     
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    I worked at KB during that time,I remember the toys,I know exactly what you're talking about. I think they were just called "Dragons",though.
     
  20. netkid

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    Good to hear from someone who knows what I'm talking about.

    Do you remember the names of the dragons? That might help with my Google searches. I think the red one was "fire dragon" the blue on was "sea serpent" and the green one was "wyrm". I'm not sure though.
     

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