Been on this horrendous Lego Castle kick as of late. Got some sets for my birthday because of it. I don’t have any actual castles, just pieces from other sets, so I decided to make a lair for the old fashioned LEGO dragon I did have.
It’s quite a tall creation for me.
It is a lot of LEGO Star Wars and old BIONICLE playsets. The interior of the cave is completely empty save a loose treasure chest. I had to fit this clunky ol’ dragon in there somehow.
At least the dragon was courteous enough to keep the stairs there at the ancient ruin so adventurers could get his treasure. But unfortunately, this dragon is quite fat and does not want people taking his loot.
He tells the Paladin to scram, that he just wants to be left alone. However, the paladin mentions to the dragon that he ate two villagers the other day and that he has terrorized the local hamlet of Dert. The dragon twiddles his thumbs and says, “I guess I did kinda do that. But leave me alone anyways. I can do as I please.” That did not go down well with the paladin.
And so the dragon decided he was hungry again and wanted to teach a permanent lesson to the paladin. He threw the knight off his horse and the paladin fought valiantly.
But by himself, the paladin was defeated. As the dragon was about to eat him however…
A rogue jumps out of nowhere to save his friend, stabbing the dragon in the back. The dragon hisses, “after I eat him, you are next squishy one!”
Alas! Out of the woodwork came more heroes, who had used the paladin as a distraction to get the jump on the dragon. Soon the dragon was surrounded by a bard, a fighter, a ranger, and a wizard. He tried to flee, but was promptly slain by the adventurers.
With the dragon slain, the party delved into the dragon’s lair and took his chest of treasure. Victory!