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This pet is cute, and it's good that they are releasing a lot of estore pets for people that don't want a bunch of plushies/live far away from a town or city/e.t.c...But they just released the pterodactyl and I'm worried that they won't release their older estore pets like the phoneix if this trend continues...I have my money all saved up for that one too..
My only complaint is that it looks just like the Seahorse. Doesn''t look anything like a dragon. I think Ganz could do a bit better. They should put a little more work into the design of these pets and not put so many out every month.
Thanks for the info. We will probably pass on this one. Child would have totally loved a waterhorse (loch ness monster). This poor thing looks too much like a little seahorse that needs to visit Dr. Quack. Oh well. Guess they didn't want to scare the kids.
when I saw this thread before I opened it I was invisioning a green emporer dragon, scaly and the little wings would be fins and diaphanous rather than a camo looking seashorse.
I guess it's okay just not what I was invisioning.
Love the PSI although they would not make a big statement, you get 2.
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