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The Lighthouse Prison first appears in The Last Voyage, where the Destiny's Bounty reaches it on its way to Dark Island. Finding the lighthouse, the Ninja, Nya, Misako, and Sensei Wu knock on the door. To their astonishment, they are greeted by Dr. Julien, Zane's father whom he last remembered seeing on his death bed. As Dr. Julien explains, Samukai revived him using an elixir, but then imprisoned him at the lighthouse when he refused to provide weapons and vehicles for the Skulkin.
In order to prevent Julien's escape, Samukai also chained a Leviathan in the waters near the island, and the Ninja are forced to hide their presence from it. With Dr. Julien's help, the group is able to get the Bounty airborne again, though the Leviathan attempts to prevent their escape. However, Zane is able to secure their release by freeing the Levithan, collecting Starteeth to eat through its chains. With both prisoners freed, the Bounty makes its way towards Dark Island.
Later, during The Last Resort, Nya and Jay use the Lighthouse Prison as a safehouse to hide from Nadakhan, and discover Tai-D and Echo Zane haunting it. After Nadakhan forces Clancee to make a wish enabling him to discover their location, the two Ninja and the pair of robots work to fortify the lighthouse. Nadakhan's Sky Pirates soon arrive for a massive assault, and despite the defenders' best efforts it is overrun. Nya thus uses the last of their Traveler's Tea to open a portal so Jay can escape. In Operation Land Ho!, Jay returns to the island in order to collect Echo Zane to join his motley team of allies.
- Echo Zane and Tai-D are exclusive to this set, while Nadakhan is identical to the version from 70605 Misfortune's Keep.
- Jay also appears in 70602 Jay's Elemental Dragon (without a dual-sided head) and in 70605 Misfortune's Keep(with a hair piece instead of a hood), while Nya appears in 70604 Tiger Widow Island and in 70592 Salvage M.E.C. (with a hair piece instead of a hood).
- Flintlocke also appears (with a helmet and epaulettes instead of hair and shoulder armor) in 70601 Sky Shark, while Clancee appears (with epaulettes instead of shoulder armor) in 70603 Raid Zeppelin.
- This is the first Ninjago set to feature a light brick.