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Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitzu

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Dungeon Party!
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Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitzu

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Dungeon Party! is the one hundred and fifty-third episode of Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitzu, and the ninth episode of season thirteen.


Awaking after passing out, Cole once again finds himself confronted by the strange group known as the Lowly. After seeing that Wu and Vania are awake, Cole questions their new acquaintances, who introduce themselves as Korgran of Metalonia, Plundar the thief, and Fungus the sorcerer. In response to Cole's inquiries, Korgran begins the tale of how the Lowly came to be in Rock-Bottom, beginning with his own adventures in his homeland. A might would-be warrior with an enchanted talking axe-though only Korgran himself could apparently hear it-Korgran attempted to prove himself to his barbarian father. Unfortunately, after attacking his father's Division Manager of Plundering in the Western Region, Ross-the third instance of Korgran attacking someone he shouldn't have-Korgan was finally sent off to Shintaro in answer to a summons from King Vangelis.

Korgran made his way to the Ivory City and found Plundar and Fungus, who had also responded to Vangelis' summons. In the presence of a younger Vania and Chompy, the trio were tasked with entering the Dungeons of Shintaro and finding the Skull of Hazza D'ur. Working together, they made their way through the various hazards of the underworld, eventually locating the skull. Upon touching it, Korgran discovers that the skull is infused with evil power that endangers anyone who touches it. They then bring the skull back to Vangelis, but then learn that, instead of destroying it as he originally stated he wished to, Vangelis wishes to use its power for himself.

When the three adventurers try to reason with the king, he opened the same trap door that he later used to drop Cole's party into the depths, along with a giant spider whom they befriended and named Adam. Disheartened, the group dubbed themselves "the Lowly", and have remained trapped ever since. However, Cole rallies them and his friends, asserting that they will help their imperiled friends and escape their prison. And for a start, he gives the expanded group a new name: the Upply.