Toy Review: Eldrador Creatures

Let the adventure begin: Schleich is releasing some completely new products as part of its Eldrador Creatures brand – and it’s all very exciting! The brand-new monsters and beings from the Eldrador Creatures lava, ice, water and stone worlds offer plenty of action-packed fun. There are 12 new and very dangerous-looking figurines seeking to win the superweapon back from the evil forces.


My daughters received their own Eldrador Creature, a Kraken, to review, and they were a little unsure about it. I loved the figurine, so magical and evocative of an underwater world full of adventures. These toys are aimed at boys aged 5+ but I managed to almost persuade my 7-year-old daughter that she could play with it. I don’t want a house full of pink and fluffy toys!


The Eldrador Creatures are beautifully detailed, with vibrant painted accents, a removable weapon in their hands, and arms that can move up and down. Children could easily incorporate them into playtime with other toys or use them in their own imaginary worlds. The possibilities are endless! Retailing at £15.99, they offer great value for money and are ideal for gifts.

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