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Playsets

Student Lounge

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Creepateria

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The Draculocker

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Big pieces: The Draculocker is a large black locker with a pink bow outline at the top that doubles as a handle. It has the Monster High logo pressed into the back and a white Skullette with a pink bow on the side functions as the latch. The inner front half holds twelve compartments and two drawers with pink Skullette handles. The compartments are divided in two halves: one above the drawers and one below. The top half has one tall compartment in the center and three small ones on each side, while the bottom half has one tall compartment in the center and two small ones on each side. All are composed of black boards, but have a pink backside with various depictions of items. For the top half, from the top left down to the bottom right, these are: a jar of eyeballs and a globe, trophies, a beaker and a clock and a candle and a group photo of the Dawn of the Dance, a message board with more photos, books and shoe boxes, fearleading equipment, and books and pencils. For the bottom half, from the top left down to the bottom right, these are: books and a bottle of perfume, coffin-shaped packages, nothing, boxes, and two vials. The inner back half, meanwhile, holds four compartments: one tall one and three smaller ones to the side. The tall one has pink clasps for Draculaura and Count Fabulous to hang from and the middle smaller one contains a pink Skullette-adorned rack for clothing hangers. As with the other side, the boards are black, but the background is pink, although this time not uniformly. Instead, the back is padded, with each cross section adorned with a ribbon with a Skullette in the center. The tall compartment is devoid of item depictions, but the upper small compartment show various boxes.
Small pieces: For the clothing rack, the Draculocker comes with ten silver hangers shaped like bat wings and with ribbons on top. Also included is a blue chair composed of two padded hexagons standing on a single leg that ends in a spiderweb cone.
Notes: The Draculocker comes with a Draculaura doll.

Catacombs

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Recharge Chamber

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Notes: This toy was designed by Scott Wilger and engineered by Peter Teel, using static electricity from a rubber band and some rollers to make her hair raise during the charging.[1]

Creepateria

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