Poseidon was the Greek god of the sea, and one of three gods who ruled the three realms, alongside his brothers, Hades and Zeus. This Poseidon Fantasy Figure depicts this god in all his glory, so that enthusiasts can enjoy this legend.
The Prince Patrick Medieval Figure is the perfect picture of a fairytale prince, being both a regal royal and a dashing rogue. He is also a perfect gentleman, as evidenced by the pale pink rose he holds out for any maiden to accept.
With her dainty frame and delicate coloration, it comes as no surprise that this lovely creature is a member of the royal family. The Princess Dragon Figure stands on all fours with her wings spread slightly and a curling tail.
A princess is always the center of attention at royal balls, and the same would likely be true of this Princess Emily Medieval Figure. Rendered as she is, this figurine depicts a lovely princess in a gown that accents her beauty.
Sometimes, a vivacious princess is just what is needed to add spice to a fairytale. When it comes to building your fairytale with figurines, none fit quite as nicely as this Princess Juliet Medieval Figure and her graceful pose.
Pure and innocent princesses often have a way with animals, and the same could be said of this Princess Penelope Medieval Figure. This princess has a heart of gold, evident by the way that she cradles a dove that perches on her hand.
Most dragons are fearsome creatures, though some are not. Terror is the farthest thing from what you will feel while holding the Purple Dragon Plush. This green and purple, fairy eating dragon hatchling is absolutely adorable!
One of the four horses that pulled the chariot of Helios across the sky in Greek myth, Pyrois possesses a name as fiery as his appearance. The Pyrois Figurine displays a black horse with flaming wings, mane, tail, and fetlock tufts.
The image of a queen is perfectly represented in this Queen Sofia Medieval Figure. She is matronly yet kind, while still featuring all the pomp and regal appeal that anyone, adult or child, would expect a noble queen to display.
There is no better way to prepare your family for a zombie outbreak than by terrorizing them with your Remote Control Zombie! Once activated, this zombie will send survivors fleeing for the first hiding spot they find.
Every warrior of the middle ages was not a knight, as that title was reserved for the warriors who possessed the right skills and held to the right code. This Robert de Mamines Knight figure depicts one warrior who fits the description.
The Rose the Fairy Queen Figure is a regal thing, and it shows in every ounce of its look. As its name implies, this is no fairy princess but instead, a fairy queen, one that rules by good example as she presides over her subjects.