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PSPP16707 Flair

Gormiti Vehicle Lord Agrom's Stone Naut & Figure

by Flair
£14.99
14.99
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Dispatched & sold by: Pint Sized People Ltd
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Description

Product Description

    • Push it along flat surfaces or wind it up and watch it propel through water
    • The Stone Naut comes with a non-artuculated Lord Agrom figure.

      When an ancient threat resurfaces, inexperienced young Princes coming from the regions of the divided island of Gorm - Air, Forest, Earth and Sea - will have to learn to master the forces of nature and guided by the venerable Old Sage, the princes will be able to transform into the greatest heroes of their reigns: the Invincible Lords of Nature!

      The powerful Lords will also be able to awake and summon numerous "lost" Gormiti - each endowed with incredible powers!

      Brave, curious and kind, young Lord Agrom loves his tribe, but he's different from any other Earth Gormita: he believes that the key for Magor's defeat lies in the alliance between all the Tribes of Gorm

    • As seen in the CGI Gormiti TV series, Lord Agrom's Stone Naut
    • Together with his unstoppable Rock Hammer, Agrom is ready to lead the other Princes of Gorm in an epic fight worthy of the ancient era!

      Two Gormiti vehicles to choose from, as seen in the CGI Gormiti TV series; Lord Agrom's Stone Naught, and Lord Noctis' Skypedo (each sold separately).

      Box Dimensions: 24 x 16 x 16 cms.

      Manufacturer's Age Recommendation: 4 years and over.
  • HCODE

    PSPP16707

  • MPN

    70026281

  • EAN CODE

    8027368026280

  • CONDITION

    NEW

  • AGE RANGE

    To Do - To Do

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