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Power Rangers Zord Ascension Project Dragonzord Collectible Figure


It’s morphin’ time!

Want to make your figure collection morphenomenal? Level up with a power and a force that you’ve never seen before when you order this Power Rangers Zord Ascension Project Dragonzord Premium Figure.

Initially dormant at the bottom of the sea, the Dragonzord was first introduced in the Mighty Morphin show when villain Rita Repulsa gifted her evil Green Ranger the Dragon Dagger to wake up and control the creature. Eventually, Green Ranger Tommy broke free of Rita’s clutches and ended up on the side of good with the Power Rangers, but not without bringing along his Dragonzord. 

Over the course of the show, the Dragon Sword would go back and forth between heroes’ and enemys’ hands, but the Dragonzord eventually ended up being controlled by a Tommy clone created by the Wizard of Deception (because why not?). After an epic battle between the Wizard, Bad Tommy, and the Rangers, the Dragonzord retired to the sea and lies dormant once again at the bottom of Angel Grove Bay.

When in use, the Dragonzord was a force to be reckoned with, able to combine with the Mastodon, Saber-Toothed Tiger, and Triceratops to create the epic Dragonzord Battle Mode.

This Power Rangers Dragonzord Premium Figure is a worthy recreation of the TV show creature. You’ll recognize its black, green, and silver armor, as well as its menacing battle helmet. His large tail is perfect for striking his enemies, and you can even add attachments that make this Dragonzord look like missiles are shooting out of his fingers.

Summon this Dragonzord figure out of watery retirement and go-go preorder your figure today. 

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Bobby Bernstein
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