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Horrible Histories Egyptian Mummy Battle Pack
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Horrible Histories Egyptian Mummy Battle Pack

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    The Horrible Histories collectable range from Worlds Apart combines action and fun with a twist of strategy for older boys. With humour and gore the Rotten Romans can battle it out against the Awesome Egyptians and fans can build an army of up to 38 in series one. The Egyptian battle pack contains an Egyptian hero, 2 soldiers, 4 peasants and 2 pigs to use as ammo and along with weapons and game cards will ensure boys will be able to battle with their friends and start to build on their Horrible Histories collection.


    With all the appeal of good versus evil, and a wealth of exciting features and game play tactics, the Horrible Histories toy range promises to be a massive hit.

    Full Specification

    Accessories Included Pack includes, 1 special glow in the dark mummy, 1 shiny hero playing card, 1 game card, 2 soldiers, 4 peasants, 2 pigs and 7 coin bases. Great for building your Egyptian Army.
    Age Range 5 - 6 Years
    Type
    Dimensions 6.5 x 3.5 x 3.5 cm
    Material PVC
    Minimum Age 6 + Years
    Model Number 607HBM01E
    Product Type Playsets
    Type Playsets

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