Considered to be one of the most dangerous of the dragon breeds in the Wizarding World, the Hungarian Horntail was the dragon that Harry Potter drew during his first task of the 1994 Triwizard Tournament. The goal of the task was for the competitor to fetch the Golden Egg from the dragon and survive. The highly detailed sculpt of the Hungarian Horntail from Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire features a bendable tail with movable head, legs, wings, and neck allowing for customizable posing. The figure can be posed in the flying position with flight pole or standing position directly on the base. Wings span measures 16 1/2-inches wide and feature up and down movement. Hungarian Horntail measures 16 1/2-inches wide x 9-inches tall x 9-inches long when fully displayed on elevated base. Detailed base reflects arena rock terrain and includes Golden Egg. Figure is showcased in Harry Potter themed window box packaging.