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- 1 Civilians
- 1.1 Ballistic Missiles
- 1.2 Balloon Kid
- 1.3 Bank Owner
- 1.4 Brad Tudabone
- 1.5 Carridi
- 1.6 Chrome Domes
- 1.7 Cliff Gordon
- 1.8 Coffee Bot
- 1.9 Construction Workers
- 1.10 Darkley's Boarding School Teachers
- 1.11 Dr. Julien
- 1.12 Eve
- 1.13 Eve's Father
- 1.14 Farmers
- 1.15 Fuschia Ninja
- 1.16 Gayle Gossip
- 1.17 Gene
- 1.18 Hageman
- 1.19 Hageman Brothers
- 1.20 Ice Fishers
- 1.21 Jake
- 1.22 Jeffy
- 1.23 Karate Kid
- 1.24 Lar
- 1.25 Lunch Lady
- 1.26 Lunch Server
- 1.27 Maggie the Cheerleader
- 1.28 Mayor of Ninjago
- 1.29 Milton Dyer
- 1.30 Mr. Liu
- 1.31 Mrs. Laudita
- 1.32 Neido
- 1.33 Appearances
- 1.34 Night Watchman
- 1.35 Ninjaball Run Announcers
- 1.36 Ninjaball Watchers
- 1.37 Ninjago City Policeman
- 1.38 Nobu
- 1.39 Appearances
- 1.40 Nobu (scribe)
- 1.41 Phantom Ninja
- 1.42 Phil
- 1.43 Principal Noble
- 1.44 Punk Girl
- 1.45 Racer Seven
- 1.46 Radio DJ
- 1.47 The Royal Blacksmiths
- 1.48 Roise
- 1.49 Satsue
- 1.50 School Bus Driver
- 1.51 Security Officer
- 1.52 Seliel
- 1.53 Seliel's Father
- 1.54 Selma
- 1.55 Simon
- 1.56 Skales Jr.
- 1.57 Spinjago Citizen
- 1.58 Talent Show Judges
- 1.59 Tommy
- 1.60 Twitchy Tim
- 1.61 Vlad Tutu
- 1.62 Vinny
- 2 Villains
- 2.1 Bizarro Cole
- 2.2 Bizarro Jay
- 2.3 Bizzaro Kai
- 2.4 Bizzaro Zane
- 2.5 Captain Oroku
- 2.6 Cardinsto
- 2.7 Chuck
- 2.8 Cruel Lord
- 2.9 Delara
- 2.10 Fenwick
- 2.11 Fugi-Dove
- 2.12 Gahrann the Dreamer
- 2.13 General Shen
- 2.14 Hibiki
- 2.15 Khanjikhan
- 2.16 Kirchonn the Invincible
- 2.17 The One Who is Many
- 2.18 Otto Pilot
- 2.19 Quartet of Villains
- 2.20 Ronin Samurai
- 2.21 Ronin Warrior
- 2.22 Appearances
- 2.23 Sergeant Mazu
- 2.24 Shadow Army
- 2.25 Skeleton Trooper
- 2.26 Sushimi's staff
- 2.27 Time Ninja
- 3 Creatures
- 3.1 Alien Bugs
- 3.2 Anacondrai Serpent
- 3.3 Ancient Creature
- 3.4 Barracudox
- 3.5 Beohernie
- 3.6 Cragling
- 3.7 Desert Beast
- 3.8 Electro Cobrai
- 3.9 Evil Bees
- 3.10 Fangfish
- 3.11 Geotomic Rock Monster
- 3.12 Grundle
- 3.13 Ice Behemoth
- 3.14 Ice Bird
- 3.15 Ice Serpent
- 3.16 Frost Wolves
- 3.17 Krag
- 3.18 Living Diamonds
- 3.19 Living Statues
- 3.20 Mask of Malice
- 3.21 Meowthra
- 3.22 Mud Monster
- 3.23 Starteeth
- 3.24 Treehorn
- 3.25 Treehorn Queen
- 3.26 Leviathan
- 3.27 Nimbus
- 3.28 The Preeminent
- 3.29 Walloper
- 4 References
The Ballistic Missiles are a team of racers from Prime Empire, all of whom wear helmets that resemble the front ends of missiles, with stylized shark faces printed on them. Each member of the team drives a replica of the Katana 4x4, has gray skin, and wears a racing jumpsuit. The only named member of the team is Anthony "The Brute" Brutanelli, seen in the Prime Empire Original Shorts.
The Bank Owner is a Ninjago Character who owns the bank in Ninjago City.
When the ninja needed money to pay for their apartment, they all set out to find jobs. Cole got a job as a security guard for the Bank Owner's bank. When a robber was getting away with the money, Cole tackled him and got it back. The Bank Owner reached his hand out, and Cole thought he wanted to shake hands, but the Bank Owner really just wanted the money.
When Cole volunteered to do the double-shift for more pay, the banker came out and thanked him.
In the episode "The Day Ninjago Stood Still", the bank owner was seen locking himself in the vault to protect himself from the Stone Army. Later, when the citizens are fleeing to the NGTV tower to evacuate, he somehow gets out of the vault and goes to join them.
Brad Tudabone appears in Seasons 2 and 3 of Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitzu. He was one of Lloyd's friends at Darkley's Boarding School For Bad Boys and later attended Sensei Wu's Academy. So far, he appears in Double Trouble, Ninjaball Run, Rise of the Spinjitzu Master, The Surge, and The Curse of the Golden Master. He is a protagonist at times, and an antagonist at others.
Like Lloyd and the other students at Darkley's, Brad has short legs. He has Harry Potter's hairpiece and wears a light-blue tie underneath a light-blue vest that has an image of a flower on it. He also wears dark-blue pants. When the school's students wear ninja outfits to confuse the evil ninjas, Brad's ninja outfit is red. His Sensei Wu's Academy uniform, like all other students, is green.
Brad Tudabone is a young student who first met Lloyd at Darkley's Boarding School for Bad Boys. When they first met, he was nice to Lloyd, but later on he put fire ants in Lloyd's bed, causing everyone making fun of him. When everyone was gone, he told him he was just trying to teach him how things go. After that, Brad took Lloyd under his wing and taught him the art of revenge.
A long while after Lloyd Garmadon escaped from Darkley's, Brad, Gene, and the other boys sent a fake invitation to Lloyd to lure him in. When Lloyd appears at the school's entrance, passing underneath a rewritten sign saying "Darkley's School for Great Children", Brad is planting flowers nearby. When Brad sees Lloyd, he runs up to him and hugs him. He asks him to forgive him and says he learned his lesson. He then shows Lloyd and the ninja around, guiding them straight to the principal's office, where Gene, Brad, and the other boys capture him and knock him and the ninja out.
Moments later, when Lloyd wakes up, Brad is standing in front of him with the other kids, welcoming him to an evil intervention that they thought would help him turn evil again. However, Brad hears something, and he goes out of the room with the other kids to investigate. When they see Lord Garmadon's evil Bizzaro Ninja appear out of nowhere, he mistakenly thinks that the real ninja escaped and, with the other students, tries to attack them through the use of spitballs, smoke grenades, and dodge balls. However, they fail, and Brad is captured by the evil ninja and asked where the real ninja are.
When Brad leads the evil ninja to a room where he and the other kids hold the ninjas and the teachers captive, Bizzaro Cole asks if it is some kind of joke, but Brad says that is where he kept them and that he was being honest. When Bizzaro Cole says it's time for Brad to receive another nuggie, the real ninja show up and get confused. Cole orders Bizzaro Cole to drop Brad. Bizzaro Cole complies, saying that Brad is of no use to them anymore. He drops him on the floor, and lets him go while the real ninja fight the Bazzaro ninja.
When Brad comes back in the room with the other students, they tie up Lloyd again. After Brad listens to Gene's theory, he says it's good enough for him. Then, when Lloyd admits that he is good, he says that Brad is good too. Brad denies it, but Lloyd tells the story about the day they first met. Brad says that he only did it because he wants to get in good with Lloyd's father, but Lloyd says that deep down, Brad's not all that evil, and he's not the only one. Brad admits that its true and that he loves planting flowers. Brad says that the ninja saved his life, and then proves his kindness by untying Lloyd.
When Lloyd manages to also convince the other students, Brad, Gene, Lloyd, and the other students start sewing ninja costumes that Lloyd plans to use to confuse the evil ninja so that the real ninja can stop them. After the Bizzaro Ninja are defeated, Brad tells Lloyd that "You did it!", but Lloyd insists that "we" did it. Then everyone cheers.
However, Brad still had some hard feelings. He competed with the other Darkley's students in the Ninja Ball Run, where he and Gene sabotaged the Ultra Sonic Raider before the race started. During the Glacier Barrens part of the race, Brad's bus crashed and was overturned.
Brad is later seen in Season 3 attending Sensei Wu's Academy, which is located where Darkley's used to be
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- He likes to plant flowers.
- His name is a pun on the phrase "bad to the bone".
- His voice actress, Kathleen Barr also does the voice of Lloyd's mother, Misako.
- His hair is the same as Harry Potter's.
- His suit is blue, but when Bizzaro Cole throws him on the ground, it is black, and then blue again.
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Carridi is a character exclusive to the Ninjago online game Spinjitzu Smash. He's an old friend of Sensei Wu, and also has a daughter Satsue who was kidnapped by Skulkins, and later rescued by Cole. He wears a brown robe, and has grey hair and a grey moustache.
The Chrome Domes' are a team of racers in Prime Empire, named for their signature heads or helmets, which resemble disco balls. Each member of the group drives a replica of the Thunder Raider, and wears attire resembling a business suit with illuminated accents. The only named member of the group is Hypersonic, who was introduced in the Prime Empire Original Shorts.
- "Fear? Fear isn't a word from where I come from!"
- ―as Fritz Donnegan
Cliff Gordon is a minor character in Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitzu. He was the actor for the famous fictional character, Fritz Donnegan. In "Skybound", it is revealed that he was Jay's real father, with "Hands of Time" revealing that his wife was the Elemental Master of Lightning. For reasons unknown Cliff chose not to care for his son, leaving him with Ed and Edna Walker with a key to his mansion. Cliff died not long before Jay wished to Nadakhan that he was rich, though Jay's wish was not what caused Cliff to die. Cliff's wealth was inherited to Jay, though this was later undone by Jay's final wish.
The Coffee Bot is a minor Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitzu character who has thus far appeared solely in the Wu's Teas series of shorts. A female robot resembling P.I.X.A.L. and Zane (following the latter being rebuilt), she is also the manager and sole evident employee of a coffee shop in Ninjago City that serves as the primary competition to Steeper Wisdom, Sensei Wu's tea shop.
The Robot Manager was challenged by Kai to a Spinny Sign Off after she was stealing Steeper Wisdom's customers. However, Kai had accidentally burned their tea shop. She stopped the fire by fanning her sign, but had to pour tea on Master Wu when he caught on fire.
After serving a customer, Zane, disguised as a maintenance bot, visited the coffee shop to freeze her espresso machine. She ignored her lie detector and believed it when Zane said he grew a mustache due to an upgrade, allowing Zane to complete his mission. Robot Manager served another customer cold coffee; when she said she liked it, she told everyone about it, earning her shop recognition.
Wu invited the Robot Manager inside Steeper Wisdom. After giving her coffee beans and asking for friendship, to which she accepts, they found a stand selling free juice. They went out together with the Manager asking him if he thinks they have fresh pressed oil.
- "Let me see that. Oh, our mistake... see you tomorrow!"
- ―Construction Workers to Darreth
The Construction Workers appear in Season 2 and 3 of Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitzu.
In Ninjaball Run, the workers tried to destroy "Grand Sensei Darreth's Mojo Dojo" because Darreth didn't pay his bills. Darreth then told them it wasn't to be destroyed until the next day, so the construction workers left. Directly afterwards, the ninjas went into the road race and won enough money to save the dojo.
In Blackout, workers found Cyrus Borg in the factory level of Borg Industries. They took of the cybernetic eye implanted by the Digital Overlord and gave him a wheel chair.
In Codename: Arcturus, a worker was seen running away from the Prototype X-1.
- They were unaware that they were working for Lord Garmadon under the name Darnagom Enterprises.
- One of them has the same body as the Construction Worker.
- The foreman's headgear has a same hard hat piece as Emmet, but in orange and has black hair.
Darkley's Boarding School Teachers
The Ninjago Teachers are teachers at Darkley's School for "Great Children". They were locked in an unknown room with the ninjas in the episode "Double Trouble".
- "You were built to protect those that cannot protect themselves."
- ―Dr. Julien to Zane
Dr. Julien is a character of the Ninjago theme. He appeared as Zane's creator in the first season of Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitzu. Although first assumed dead, he reappeared in the second season as he was revealed to be revived by Samukai just after his death. However, Cyrus Borg mentions that he died for good in the third season.
Father and Son
His origins are unknown, but he originally lived in a fortress built in Birchwood forest, guarded by a Juggernaut, built to defend to place against Treehorns. He was visited by the Master of Ice, who passed his powers on to Zane, and by Master Wu while still young enough that his hair was brown.
He spent most of his life with his "son" and he taught Zane to do many everyday things. Although Zane was created from scrap parts, he was made with a unique power source, with is currently unknown. When he was on his death bed, he told Zane he was made to protect those who cannot protect themselves and that he needed to move on to the next stage in life. Before he passed away, he switched off Zane's memory switch so he could not hurt Zane with loss.
In the next season, it is revealed that he is still alive and held captive in a deserted jail in the middle of a vast sea. It turns out that shortly after his death, Samukai visited him and revived him with a potion, forcing him to build powerful skeleton machines that would aid him in attacking Ninjago. To avoid him escaping, Samukai prisoned him on an island chained a large sea creature called Leviathan at the bottom of the sea as a guard. Due to Samukai's death, he was not freed and stayed in the prison for a long time.
In "The Last Voyage" he was meet with the Ninja and reunited with Zane. He then told them about his revival and imprisonment. He and the Ninja them fixed the broken Destiny's Bounty and escaped from the island. He has since aided and lived alongside them in the events leading to the final battle between Lloyd and the Overlord.
In the third season, it is revealed that he died from unknown reasons (it is likely his age caught up with him or the potion which revived him had wore out), and Zane secretly mourns losing him again. Cyrus Borg comforts him in hinting that he and his father knew and worked together.
In the end of the season, when Zane sacrificed himself to the Golden Master and was near his death, he remembered everything he did with his father, so Dr Julien appeared in flashbacks informing him to "protect those who cannot protect themselves.
It was later revealed that when Dr. Julien was trapped in the lighthouse, he had created a second Nindroid based on Zane's blueprints. However, he did not turn out to be as advanced as the original Zane. "Echo Zane" was discovered by Jay and Nya when they hid in the lighthouse from Nadakhan and his Misfortune's Crew.
Day of the Departed
In Day of the Departed, Zane visits a statue of Dr. Julien located near his old lab in celebration of the holiday; it is later shattered by General Cryptor, who refers to Julien as "our [his and Zane's] dad."
- The Falcon
- The Juggernaut robot, as the Falcon and the robot have the same symbol
- The tree fortress, because his symbol is on the door
- The Skulkin's Battalion
- Cole's Earth Driller
- Kai's Fire Mech in conjunction with Nya
- Echo Zane
- "You were always the son I never had..." - Dr. Julien to Zane
- "The only reason I'm about to do this is because I love you. -Dr. Julien to Zane before turning his memory off
- "And believe me when I say, I thought I was kaput!" - Dr. Julien to Zane
- "I may not be able to fight, but I can fly!" - Dr. Julien after blocking a missile with the Destiny's Bounty
- In his old age he looks very similar to Jay's father Ed. Another similarity is his love of inventing.
- He has the same hair as Ed Walker and Count Dooku's Clone Wars variant.
- In "The Last Voyage", he told Zane that he never taught him to cook, but in the flashbacks in "Tick Tock", he and Zane are shown making soup together.
- His name has been officially proven as Dr. Julien in LEGO Ninjago: Character Encyclopedia. His name was never mentioned on the TV show.
- In subtitles, he was called "the tinkerer"
- The fourth season stated that the Elemental Powers comes from an original Elemental Masters. It also said that they are passed down each generation. This could mean:
- The element is connected to Zane's power source, which makes more sense as cutting it in half reduced his Spinjitzu power.
- Although he was captured by the Skulkin in Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitzu, in LEGO Ninjago: Secret World of the Ninja it was mentioned that he was captured by the Stone Army.
- "Season 1"
- "Tick Tock" (flashback)
- "Season 2"
- "Season 3"
- "Season 8"
- "Snake Jaguar" (flashback )
Farmers can be seen in various episodes.
- Two farmers appeared in the Ninjago short Ninjago: Secrets of the Blacksmith.
- They wear rice hats, like Sensei Wu's, Frakjaw's, and Wyplash's.
- He appears in the The LEGO Ninjago Movie Video Game as a playable character by leveling up your stud counter and getting the parts to make him. His weapon of choice is a Nin-Jô and can throw it or use it as a melee weapon
Gayle Gossip is a news reporter that appeared in The Day Ninjago Stood Still.
Gayle reported the Stone Army Outbreak in Ninjago City. After her Cameraman quit, she asked Dareth to be her Cameraman. While he was filming, she was attacked by a Stone Soldier until Zane rescued her. She then told everyone to evacuate to the top of a TV Station Building where Nya in Destiny's Bounty would rescue the survivors. Later in season four, she is seen in the battle of the Corridor of Elders. It is unknown what she contributed to this fight.
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- Season 2
- Season 4
- Season 6
- Day of the Departed
- Season 7
- Season 8
- "Season 9"
- "Season 10"
- "Season 11"
Gene was a former student from "Darkley's Boarding School for Bad Boys" and a current student of "Darkley's Boarding School for Great Students".
Gene helped sabotage the ninjas at the boarding school after they were sent a letter about the school turning over a "new leaf". He then tried to convince Lloyd to be evil once more. After mistaking the evil ninja as the original, Gene and the other students attacked them but failed. After realizing the difference between the ninjas, Gene compared them to a mirror after seeing them fight each other. He then came up with the theory that the ninja would cease to exist if their adversaries hurt them. Lloyd then convinced Gene and the others that they all had good inside them. They then sewed ninja outfits and used Gene's plan against the evil ninja, succeeding.
Gene is seen in the next episode inside the Darkleys' bus for the Ninja Ball Run. He sabotages the Ultra Sonic Raider before the beginning.
- He has the same hair as Ron Weasley.
Hageman was an adventurer and rival of Clutch Powers, and actually discovered and entered Aspheera's pyramid before him. However, Hageman was killed by a trap triggered by a cobweb, apparently because he hadn't read the part of Powers' book Booby-Traps, and How to Survive Them that covered such traps. His skeleton was later discovered by Powers and the Ninja, with Powers recognizing his remains. The Ninja were later able to escape from the pyramid using Hageman's gear.
- Hageman is named for the Hageman Brothers, who created the Ninjago series. His death is likely a nod to the departure of the Hageman brothers from the series following March of the Oni.
LEGO Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitzu Season 3: Rebooted
Season 4: The Tournament of Elements
- They are based on the real Dan and Kevin Hageman, writers for the Ninjago animated series.
- Though they were not widely released as minifigures, LEGO gave the real brothers minifigure versions of themselves as a gift.
The Ice Fishers include three male elders (voiced by Brian Drummond, Kirby Morrow, and Michael Kopsa), and several children (voiced by Dominic Good, Kelly Metzger, Sam Vincent, and Vincent Tong).
Boma (voiced by Sam Vincent) is an Ice Fisher tribesman who is constantly in the company of Uthaug, despite their tendency to bicker.
Sorla (voiced by Patty Drake) is an elder of the Ice Fisher tribe of Great Lake. She possesses a surprising amount of knowledge regarding elemental powers and travel between realms.
- "The Never-Realm"
- "Fire Maker"
- "An Unlikely Ally"
- "The Message"
- "The Traveler's Tree"
- "My Enemy, My Friend"
Uthaug (voiced by Vincent Tong) is an Ice Fisher tribesman who is constantly in the company of Boma, despite their tendency to bicker.
- "Wasted True Potential" (dream)
- "The Never-Realm"
- "Fire Maker"
- "The Message".
- "The Traveler's Tree"
- "My Enemy, My Friend"
Jake is a young boy and a fan of Kai.
When Fred Finley was asking questions about the Ninja, he interviewed Jake and the boy showed optimism that the Ninja will return and save Ninjago City. Unfortunately, Finely moved on from Jake because the reporter wanted to interview an Elemental Cobra.
He returns in Powerless, When the Ninja leave Kai, Jake came running into him and asks for his autograph; however, Kai tells Jake that the Ninja who did all the work. When the young boy asked why Kai isn't helping the Ninja, he tells Jake that he is without powers. This makes Jake upset and he calls Kai a quitter. In addition, he chased after the Ninja and decided he will help the Ninja.
Just before the Ninja were defeated by the Elemental Cobras, Jake came running in to shield the Ninja from harm, despite having no weapons to defend himself. A moment later, Kai saved Jake while defeating the Elemental Cobras.
After Kai saved the Ninja, they celebrate and Jake is glad that Kai helped the Ninja although he lost his Elemental Powers. Moreover, Kai calls Jake a hero for being so brave.
Jeffy's hair is black, and has black glasses and an excited look on his face. He wears a white robe with a black belt and has short white legs.
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Karate Kid is a minifigure that appeared in the Ninjago app LEGO Ninjago: Rise of the Snakes. He appears almost exactly like Kai, except he wears a red robe with a black fire symbol on the top right. He wears a black belt and has red legs. His face is smiling and has the exact same hair as Kai in the TV Show, only in a blond colour.
- He is the only playable character out of the 78 champions that have never appeared before.
Lar is a Ninjago minifigure who appears in 2015 Ninjago books, but he did not appear in Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitzu. In the books he was the current Elemental Master of Water, but in the show this role was taken on by Nya
- He would be the descendant of the Elemental Master of Water if he were canon to the series.
- His hairpiece is similar to Lloyd Garmadon.
- He and Jay are the only Elemental Masters with the same color.
- He is defeated by Kai in the tournament of elements.
- He did not appear in either Ninjago Tournament App and LEGO Ninjago: Shadow of Ronin since he is absent in the TV Show.
- Tommy Andreason's non-canon story Way of the Departed mentioned Lar as an imposter Elemental Master.
Maggie the Cheerleader
Mayor of Ninjago
Milton Dyer is a video game designer and the creator of Prime Empire.
After creating several successful video games, Dyer embarked on his most ambitious work yet: Untitled Adventure Game 1, otherwise known as Prime Empire. The project was incredibly advanced, and looked to be the most ground-breaking game ever made. However, Dyer made a number of changes to the game without informing his investors, which resulted in the disapperance of a game tester named Scott. This led to the investors pulling funding on the project, and Dyer was, for a time, left bitter and resentful. He thus withdrew from public life, taking up residence in an old video arcade and thinking Prime Empire dead and gone.
Dyer underestimated the complexity of what he had created, however, and the game programming completes itself, becoming master of Prime Empire under Dyer's petname for the project: Unagami. After Prime Empire took over numerous game cabinerts throughout Ninjago City, the Ninja set out to find Dyer. Upon learning that he had disappeared after the game's cancellation, the Ninja come to suspect that Dyer himself is Unagami.
- Milton Dyer's surname and youthful appearance appear to be based on real-life game designer Rick Dyer.
Mr. Liu is an elderly shopkeeper who appears in the live-action part of the film to explain the story of Ninjago to a young boy.
In the beginning of the movie, in the cinematic part, a young boy ventures in an old relic shop, and Mr. Liu appears as its owner. When the boy seems interested in ninjas, shopkeeper tells him a story about Ninjago, which is shown as the whole movie. After that, the boy seems more interested, and Mr. Liu shows him his skills and tells, that one day he will start training a boy as the ninja.
In the post-credits scene of the film, Mr. Liu is shown as Jackie Chan catching tea cups from the movie staff.
- He is played by Jackie Chan, who also voices Master Wu in the film.
- Jackie Chan also appeared in several videos about the movie.
- He has a minifigure version of himself in the video game, but not in the film, as he appears in the Live-Action segments.
- Mr. Liu is the only character in The LEGO Ninjago Movie Video Game to have light nougat skin.
When the Garmadon alarm went off, everyone in the class immediately hid under their desks, except for Lloyd, Jay, Kai, Cole, Zane and Nya, who ask for a bathroom pass. She corrects the term "Can I have a bathroom pass?" with "May I" before telling them to go. She was presumably among the crowd when Lloyd revealed his identity as the Green Ninja.
Neido is the Ninja of Imagination, currently residing in the Ninjago Monastery Ruins on Crux Prime. He replaced Master Wu after the Ninjago Monastary update.
When the Skeleton army, led by Lightning General Nuckal, attack the Ninjago Monastery, a chunk of the building is blasted into space with Master Wu aboard. The chunk crashes on the planet of Crux Prime, where Master Wu discovers skeletons mining the Maelstrom Ore from the planet's crust. To investigate the activities of his old enemies, he sends Neido, a Spinjitzu Ninja, to investigate.
When Neido arrives on the planet, he saves Brannan Landers from skeletons, displaying Spinjitzu to the Sentinel Knight. Wishing to pay homage to the mysterious rescuer, Brannan sends players to go to the Monastery Ruins, where Neido is trying to hold back repeated Skulkin attacks. Sensei Wu has left Neido with ten scrolls describing the history of Ninjago, as well as Neido's logs and accounts of his current adventures on Crux Prime. They were scattered during a recent skeleton attack, and Neido sends players to find all 10 and return them to the monastery.
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Ninjaball Run Announcers
The Ninjaball Run Announcers are the announcers of the Ninjaball Run Road Race.
- The one in the white uniform is the announcer from the Ninjago Dance Contest from The Royal Blacksmiths.
Ninjaball Run Watchers can be seen at the fourth episode of Season 3, Ninjaball Run.
Ninjago City Policeman
In episode two, Pirates Vs. Ninjas, he is seen at the very end throwing the Pirates in jail.
In episode seven, Ninjaball Run, he and another policeman (in two police cars) chase Skales, who is driving the Serpentine Bus. They bounce off the Skull Truck's wheels. After a while, they gives up and just try to win the race. This doesn't work well, and they run into one of the natives' igloos. The two policemen return at the end in an attempt to arrest Garmadon, but Skales and his Bus blocked the way, allowing Garmadon to escape.
In the episode Child's Play, he puts the ninja (then kids) under arrest for stealing, making the policeman not good nor bad. If you look closely, you can see the badge he has is the LEGO City Police Badge.
Later in The Curse of The Golden Master he was guard at the Ninjago City Aquarium. When he saw Pythor entering inside he tried to stop him but failed after he turned invisible and disappeared.
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- Darkness Shall Rise
- Pirates vs. Ninjas
- Ninjaball Run
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- The Curse of The Golden Master
- Season 2
Nobu is a scribe from the Cloud Kingdom in Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitzu in appears in the episodes Kingdom Come and Curseworld, Part II. In the former, Nobu appears as a scribe and overhears Fenwick talking to the Ninja, and is struck when Fenwick announces his intention to take them to the Master Writer-which happens to be Fenwick himself. He eventually discovers Fenwick's alliance with Morro and the Ghost Warriors, and quickly goes to the aid of the Ninja. Nobu later takes out Fenwick's destiny scroll and rewrites it so that Nimbus, the creature Fenwick intended to deal with the Ninja, goes after Fenwick instead. In the latter episode Nobu sees Lloyd Garmadon and Morro as they are battling across the realms, but an older scribe reminds him that they are not allowed to interfere.
- You may be looking for Seliel, another Ninjago character briefly known as the Phantom Ninja.
The Phantom Ninja is a Ninjago character who appears in Cole: Ninja of Earth. After the Ninja failed to work as a team, Kai began an argument about Cole's leadership. Jay agreed that they should consider a different leader altogether, suggesting himself as a likely candidate. Cole, however, retorted with the fact that leadership would be too difficult for any of the three, leaving his comrades to think it over. Zane thought they should go fetch Cole, but Kai interrupted him to decide a new means of choosing the next leader: whoever performs the best in the next mission will be leader.
The next morning, the Ninja found that Cole was missing along with their equipment. The three quickly searched for the Earth Ninja, only to find him unconscious in a field of grass. With the splash of cold water, Cole awoke from his forced slumber, complaining of a headache and claiming that something wiped him out while he was guarding their campsite. While they debated about the cause, Kai found a note attached to a tree held up by a single shuriken. The note was signed by the Phantom Ninja, admitting to being the one who stole their possessions and warning that he would take something more precious if the Ninja did not surrender.
Cole then told his team a story about Sensei Wu attempting to recruit the Phantom Ninja, but changed his mind when the Ninja demanded gold in return for his services. The Phantom Ninja was not able to handle Sensei Wu's second thought, vowing to seek revenge. The Ninja turned to Cole for a plan to tackle the task, but Cole pointed out that he was no longer the leader, causing the three other Ninja to walk away in order to help themselves.
The Ninja agreed to a plan sorted out by Kai, though the trap they laid out failed to lure the Phantom Ninja. However, after they heard the shocked screams of Cole, the three Ninja went to investigate and found that the Earth Ninja was missing. A note rested in his place where his black ninja hood had been left behind, signed once more by the Phantom Ninja. It spoke of how he took Cole, warning that they will never see him again if they cannot find him by the next day.
They headed out through the forest in search of their missing friend. The three Ninja came across a broken bridge above a river, finding yet another note, which informed them that they must make it past the river without the use of Spinjitzu. Jay spotted some of his stolen gear nearby, creating a rocket pack and tying a rope around himself and his comrades. They flew across with success and crash-landed onto the other side of the river.
A single arrow shot past Zane with another note, though Kai ordered everyone to search for the Phantom Ninja instead as the arrow would indicate that he was close. In their chase, they became so focused they accidentally sprung traps that left them hanging upside-down by vines. The Phantom Ninja finally showed himself, laughing and taunting the group. He then gave them a clue of Cole's situation: Where is a man who is drowning, yet not wet? The Phantom Ninja vanished after his question, the Ninja quickly realizing that Cole must be in the quicksand nearby.
Zane, Jay, and Kai arrived at the pool of quicksand, spotting a black-garbed figure in the middle. Kai made a lasso out of some vines, though Cole made no effort to grab it and instead lay motionless. Zane and Kai turned to leave, Jay astonished with them as they left him behind. An axe was propelled at the ground where they were walking, the Phantom Ninja standing atop a branch above them. The Phantom Ninja questioned their actions, Kai telling the figure of the dummy that was placed in the quicksand, and Zane elaborating with details of his plan. Having been figured out, the Phantom Ninja pulled off his hood to reveal himself to be Cole.
Cole explained how he planned out the entire ordeal to teach the team a lesson about leadership, and when Kai asked him if he made up the Phantom Ninja, Cole admitted that the story was true.
The Earth Ninja informed his team that he returned their possessions to the campsite after they left, though when they headed back home, the campsite was completely trashed. At first the three Ninja assumed that Cole was lying about returning their luggage, but Cole was just as stunned as they were. The Phantom Ninja appeared before them, stating it was his doing before throwing shurikens at Jay. Cole demanded to know his reason for trashing their camp, though the Phantom Ninja replied that he heard his name was being used in vain. After Kai and the Phantom Ninja exchanged taunts, they both sprung into battle. He quickly paralyzed Kai with a sparrow strike, moving onto Zane next. The Phantom Ninja complimented Zane for his skill, though he took down the Ice Ninja with ease. Cole then sprung into action with Jay, using their Spinjitzu - however, the Phantom Ninja whirled around into a tornado of Spinjitzu and countered their attack. The Phantom Ninja disappeared afterward, Cole ordering his teammates to grab makeshift weapons using rocks and sticks. The gray Ninja reappeared moments later, Zane questioning how he performed such a technique. He explained that he simply emptied his mind of all thought, commenting that the technique should be easy for them.
Cole began to notice his comrades were becoming exhausted, coming up with a plan in an attempt to stop the endless battle. He ordered the Ninja to close in on their opponent and, once they were close enough, performed Spinjitzu which whipped the Phantom Ninja into the air. Once the gray Ninja fell, the Phantom Ninja began laughing before stating that he lost his wager. Confused, Cole asked him what he meant, the Phantom Ninja explaining that he and Sensei Wu participated in a bet to see if the team became too fractured to operate properly in a crisis.
Kai was baffled by his explanation, the Phantom Ninja elaborating further - the story that Sensei Wu told was made up. The Phantom Ninja was previously a bandit, and when Sensei Wu found him, they worked out a deal: Sensei Wu would not report him to the police if the Phantom Ninja only stole from other bandits and passed any information of major threats to Sensei Wu. Then he explained to them that he provided the team a common enemy when they needed it most, to bring them together.
Zane pointed out how after the entire ordeal, he was unsure of how he could just simply let him go back to his banditry. The Phantom Ninja said to the Ninja of Ice that it was just how things were, giving them the option of attempting to beat him again. Cole was forced to stop an infuriated Kai from attacking the gray Ninja, instead letting him off on the note of being ready for another attack if necessary. With that, the Phantom Ninja bowed, saying that he would leave Sensei Wu the Tea in the "usual spot" and informed them where he placed their gear before vanishing.
Phil's hair is light brown, and he has an excited look on his face. He wears a white robe with a black belt and has short white legs.
Principal Noble is the former principal of "Darkley's Boarding School for Great Students".
Principal Noble became principal of the boarding school when it was changed for good purposes, but soon he and the other teachers were locked in a room by the students, who were currently still evil. The ninjas were also locked in the same room and they decided to find a way to escape. They finally found a secret passageway after accidentally setting off traps, but the teachers decided to stay in the passage, not wanting to encounter the ninjas' "doubles", a concept that they found too weird. They later got out of the passage and decided to congratulate the students, now aiding justice, for defeating the Bizzaro Ninjas.
He is later seen as the Warden of Cryptarium Prison.
- Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitzu (TV series)
- Season 2
- Double Trouble
- Child's Play
- Season 4
- The Greatest Fear of All
- The Corridor of Elders
- Season 6
- Season 8
- True Potential
- Season 10
- The Darkness Comes
- Season 11
- Questing for Quests
- The Absolute Worst
- Season 2
- He has a same torso as the 2005 variant of Police Officer from City, but without a badge on it.
- He is similar to Warden Stonewall from LEGO City Undercover.
The Royal Blacksmiths
- "Stop! If my ears weren't attached to my head, they'd be running away!"
- ―Lou to the Ninjas
Lou is Cole's father, and is an accomplished dancer, winning the Blade Cup multiple times, according to Cole. He belongs to the dance quartet, the Royal Blacksmiths
Lou is a dancer. He broke his leg, and carries a Cane around with him. He teaches the ninjas how to to do a special dance, but later finds out that Cole and the others were planning to steal the Blade Cup. Cole reveals to him that he is a ninja, and he gets very angry, and leaves the stage, however, he stayed and watched the ninjas do "The Spin Harmony". Afterwards, he goes back to Cole, only to be crushed by Studio equipment. Cole saved him and unlocked his true potential.
Lou and the Blacksmiths return in Ninjaball Run, where they have a car with a platform. The singers stand on the platform and present. However, the banner on the car caught on a twig in the Birch Wood Forest leg of the race, and they rammed into a snowbank.
Lou and the Royal Blacksmiths also appeared in Day of the Departed, in which their new manager Dareth books them to perform a concert on the titular holiday. Lou becomes concerned when Cole doesn't show up to spend the holiday with him as they had previously arranged, but ends up performing with his quartet anyway even after General Kozu attacks. He is later reunited with Cole and spends the holiday with him, the other ninja, and their families and friends.
Lou and his band also appeared in Pause and Effect, in which-having been mistaken for actual blacksmiths, they are shown to have been abducted by the Vermillion army. He is also mentioned in "The Jade Princess" during a flashback, in which it is revealed that dancing and singing are among his ways of mourning a loss that he and Cole both suffered prior to his son becoming a Ninja.
- Though his name was revealed in the credits of his debut episode, it was not spoken in the show until "Grief-Bringer," eleven seasons and over eight years after his debut.
- Over the course of the series, he has had various different hairstyles:
- Obi-Wan Kenobi's hair in "The Royal Blacksmiths," "The Last Voyage," "Rise of the Spinjitzu Master," "The Corridor of Elders," "The Absolute Worst" (pictured), "Into the Dark" (pictured), and "Grief-Bringer" (pictured).
- The Elf's hair without ears in "Day of the Great Devourer" and "Ninjaball Run."
- Josh Thunder's hair in "Day of the Departed".
- A modified version of Obi-Wan's hair in "Pause and Effect."
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Roise is the mother of Lil' Nelson.
After waking up, Roise tells her son to wake up, only to find that he's already awake. Once Nelson gets on his bike, Roise tells him to be careful and watches him leave.
Satsue is the daughter of Carridi.
School Bus Driver
Seliel is a young girl whose father is the mayor of their hometown of Nom. In an effort to fight off the Nindroids who occupied her home, Seliel adopted the guise of the Phantom Ninja and fought against them.
The daughter of the mayor of Nom, Seliel witnessed the Ninja fighting the Skulkin, and inspired, sought to become a ninja herself. Setting to work, she began training in martial arts, and due to a lack of knowledge on Spinjitzu, created smoke pellets to blind her enemies as another means of gaining an advantage.
However, before she could finish her self-training and begin her journey, Nom was attacked by General Cryptor and the Nindroids as part of the Overlord's plan to distract the ninja from Project Arcturus. Seliel and her father were quickly captured, being held hostage to force the rest of the village into subservience creating fake Nindroid parts. Seliel and her father were imprisoned in the recently-built factor; However, that night, while her father slept, Seliel found a secret entrance out and snuck out. However, fearing what would happen to her father if he was recaptured, Seliel didn't tell him and would go back to her prison before the Nindroids could notice. With the exit, she made a plan, going out every night and donning her Phantom Ninja armor, fighting the Nindroids before sneaking back into their prison to elminate the possibility that she was the enigmatic vigilante in the Nindroids' minds. Her feats and clever use of the smoke pellets made her renowned amongst the captive villagers, who regarded her as a supernatural entity.
After sneaking out once more, Seliel disabled a pair of Nindroid Drones, attracting the attention of the Ninja, who had stumbled across the village and noticed the presence of the machines. Later, Seliel ambushed a truck carrying metal for the Nindroids' factory, destroying the engine and being confronted by the ninja. Seliel, keeping her identity secret, revealed she planned to scatter the iron before taking revenge on the driver for assisting the machines, regardless of whether or not he knew of what he was involved in. However, the ninja distracted her, giving the driver time to escape, and furious, warned them not to interfere before disappearing, heading back to her prison.
The next night, sneaking out under her disguise once more, she was confronted by Jay, who suspected her of secretly being a Nindroid trying to trick them; However, when his magnet failed to attract her, revealing she wasn't a machine, Seliel clashed with the ninja before Nya came to his aid, forcing Seliel to fly away. The next night, she snuck out of the prison once more, being spotted by Nya, unbeknownst to her.
Continuing on, she attacked the Nindroids after the ninja freed her fellow villagers from the factory, begrudgingly working with them in gratitude. However, despite their attempts, they were cornered by the machines, and Seliel disappeared in a cloud of smoke, leaving the ninja behind and returning to the prison.
The next night, she snuck out yet again only to be confronted by Cole, who had been told by Nya of what she had seen the night before. Cole unmasked her, and angered, Seliel attacked Cole, blaming him and the rest of the team before the predicament of her home, declaring she wasn't willing to just stand aside. Ultimately, however, Cole managed to subdue and calm her down, suggesting an alliance, and for the sake of her friends and father, Seliel agreed to his proposition.
The next night, she appeared before the Nindroids, claiming that the escaped villagers were in the woods and taunting them to challenge before her, and disappearing. Even as Cryptor and his army headed to the forest, where they fought the ninja, she rescued her father, stopping by the abandoned factory on the way and discovering the parts manufactured were useless fakes. After helping the ninja in the fight, Seliel gloated against Cryptor, revealing her rescued parent and identity to the Nindroid, forcing him to leave now that he had no leverage.
Reconciling with her new friends and father, Seliel revealed how she became the Phantom Ninja before warning the ninja of the fake parts, causing Cole to realize the entire ordeal had been nothing more than a mere distraction. Though invited to join the team, Seliel announced that she preferred fighting solo, but nevertheless offered to help them out in the future, disappearing with her father.
Later, while reconciling with her father on a hilltop, she managed to gain his approval to continue being the Phantom Ninja, and stared at the stars above, unknowingly looking at the comet Arcturus, where the ninja were at the very moment.
A very hot-headed and rebellious person, Seliel was one to always fight back against threats instead of running, taking pride in this as well. She had a great sense of justice, but could also be very vengeful, willingly harming an innocent driver who had no knowledge of assisting her enemies, and blaming the ninja for the trouble that fell on her villagers. Additionally, Seliel was a bit of a loner, preferring to fight solo and being reluctant to ally with the ninja; However, she cared deeply for her father and the villagers, doing anything she could to protect them and swallowing her pride to do so.
Seliel had a great amount of pride, unwilling to accept help under most circumstances unless she had no alternative, and was intelligent enough to invent her smoke pellets and create the Phantom Ninja armor. Likewise, she was very self-righteous and determined, refusing to give up in her fight against evil.
As the Phantom Ninja, Seliel has an outfit similar to ZX robes, except with different shades of gray clothes. She has a tool belt with a buckle crescent, and a mask of the ninja ZX slightly modified. When not in full ninja garb she has long brown hair with a streak of blue in it.
- Seliel appears-in her masked Phantom Ninja form-on one of the screens in the 70596 Samurai X Cave Chaos set.
- The publication of Who is the Phantom Ninja? encouraged fans to submit input on whether they'd like to see Seliel appear in other media; outside of her image appearing in the Samurai X Cave Chaos set the graphic novel remains her only appearance in canon media. However, she is featured in Tommy Andreason's fan fiction story Way of the Departed, which takes place between Seasons 7 and 8 of Masters of Spinjitzu.
Seliel's Father is a character from the Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitzu graphic novel Who is the Phantom Ninja?; he is the father of Seliel and the mayor of their town. The pair were taken hostage by the Nindroids when their town was invaded, and Seliel secretly took up the persona of the Phantom Ninja in order to resist them without compromising her identity. After Sensei Wu's ninja arrived, they succeeded together in driving out the Nindroids, and Seliel's father gave her his blessing to continue her heroic efforts.
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- Season 8
- "Season 9"
- His face bears a resemblance to Kai's Father.
Talent Show Judges
The Talent Show Judges are judges in the Ninjago Talent Show and they only appear in episode 9, "The Royal Blacksmiths". There were three judges, but one of them was eaten by Pythor, because he wanted to have the snakes win so he could obtain the Constrictai Fang Blade hidden in the Blade Cup.
- The first judge has the same hair as the Super Heroes Robin.
- The second has the same hair as Agent Chase.
- When Jay was turning into a snake during the episode "Once Bitten, Twice Shy," the first two judges are seen beating him up along with an angry mob.
- When in the bus of "Rise of the Great Devourer," a talent show judge is seen eating a sandwich.
- The third judge could have a beard, as Pythor was wearing a beard when impersonating him.
- The first and second judge appear in "Day of the Great Devourer". The first was monitoring Ninjago City's subway system, while the second was a news reporter.
- The first judge has the Zombie's shirt.
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Timothy Batterson (voiced by Ian James Corlett), more commonly known as Twitchy Tim or simply Twitchy, is an explorer.
Twitchy Tim went on an expedition to the Uncharted Island but was scared away by the "storms, monsters," and "doom." He was struck by lightning 12 times during his escape.
- He uses The Joker's hair piece from The LEGO Batman Movie. However, he has Doc Brown's hair piece when pictured in minifigure form in the Ninjago Magazine (Issue 74).
Vlad Tutu (voiced by Michael Adamthwaite) is a dance teacher who appears in the Prime Empire Digital Shorts episode "Let's Dance". A somewhat stereotypical dance instructor with an Eastern European accent, he praises Jay's skills while noting that Nya is a poor dance partner for him.
Vinny (voiced by Gavin Langelo) is a Ninjago News Network crew member who debuts in season 10/March of the Oni.
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Bizzaro Cole was a Ninja created by Lord Garmadon to destroy the real Ninja.
After hearing Nya mentioning Darkley's Boarding School for Bad Boys, the Bizarro Ninja headed there in search of their good counterparts. Upon arrival, they stormed the school, attracting the attention of the students who have taken over. Brad led the children in attacking the Bizarro Ninja with smoke bombs and other prank gadgets, but the evil Ninja countered the assault. Luckily for the schoolboys, the Ninja soon arrived to occupy the Bizarro Ninja's attention. The dueling Ninja were evenly matched until Lloyd managed to convince the schoolboys to join him in battling the forces of evil. Wearing home-made gis, the children rushed into the fray, confusing the Bizarro Ninja long enough for the Ninja to gain the upper hand. As Gene predicted earlier, a single hard blow was enough to destroy the Bizarro Ninja, causing them to vanish in a puff of dust.
- "By the way, did I mention that I kissed Nya?"
- ―Bizzaro Jay
He was a ninja created by Lord Garmadon to destroy the real ninja. Garmadon used his Mega Weapon on the ninja's old clothes to create the Bizzaro ninja. When the Bizzaro ninja attacked Sensei Wu, he was seen being hit by him. He posed as Jay and kissed Nya while he stole the Ultra Sonic Raider's keys. He was defeated by Jay when he said he kissed Nya.
Bizzaro Kai was an evil ninja created by Lord Garmadon to destroy the real Ninja.
They were given the task to find and destroy the Ninja only to be destroyed by them, Bizarro Kai being the last.
- "My early assessment tells me you will be destroyed."
- ―The alternate Zane to Zane
Captain Oroku is a part of and second-in-command of the Snake Army. He appears as a boss in The LEGO Ninjago Movie Video Game.
- It is unknown if he may have been a former Master of Nature, as he has the power to control nature and bears a similar appearance to Bolobo, or he is merely using witchcraft.
- In Tommy Andreason's unofficial Ninjago story Way of the Departed, the now mortal "Chuck" is reintroduced as a man named Jerahn, who becomes an associate of Seliel.
The Cruel Lord (voiced by Michael Adamthwaite) is a villain who, with a force of guards, oppressed a farming community in Ninjago as seen in The Mask of Deception and School for Crooks. The lord wears a gold breastplate and darker gold pants, an Asian-style helmet, a white shirt, black gloves, and boots. His reign was overthrown when Nya appeared to confront him, having infiltrated his domain disguised as a water carrier.
Cruel Lord's guards
The Cruel Lord is served by a number of guards, two of whom appear in The Mask of Deception. These guards wear identical breastplates, shirts, swords, and gloves, but one wears a gray outfit while the other wears brown. The brown guard also carries a whip and wears a helmet like the Overlord's from 70728 Battle for Ninjago City, while the gray guard's helmet resembles that of Gimli. Two additional guards appear in School for Crooks; one resembles the gray guard but carries a spear, while the other is a hulking brute with a unique design.
He resembles Dogshank but wears a gold helmet with shoulder armor and leg guards, and a sleeveless black bodysuit with a red belt. His arms and what's visible of his face are blue, and he has yellow eyes. He and one of his comrades oppose Nya's attempts to reach their master, but are eventually tricked into letting her pass.
Dilara served as the quartermaster aboard Misfortune's Keep, and had aspirations of marrying Nadakhan so that he could gain the power of infinite wishes for himself. However, that hope ended when they were defeated in battle by the Destiny's Bounty and Captain Soto's Crew, with Soto himself encountering Dilara and later recognizing her likeness in Nya. Nadakhan was imprisoned in the Teapot of Tyrahn and the rest of their crew scattered across the sixteen realms, with Dilara herself dying sometime after their defeat. Nya's resemblance to her later led Nadakhan to seek her hand.
Fenwick is a Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitzu antagonist who appeared in the episode "Kingdom Come." As the Master Writer of Cloud Kingdom, where destinies are written, he welcomed the Ninja to his home realm and showed them the workings of Cloud Kingdom. He also told them of the threat posed by The Preeminent, and claimed that Morro had defied destiny by escaping the Cursed Realm. However, he then tricked the Ninja by locking them in a room with the creature Nimbus to prevent them from interfering with Morro's obtaining the Sword of Sanctuary. Confident that his own "destiny [was] secure", he failed to account for the scribe Nobu, who rewrote Fenwick's destiny so that Nimbus would pursue him instead.
He found Ultra Violet and the Mechanic in the sewer in the progress of escaping Kryptarium Prison, talking about which Ninja is the worst before he made his presence known, even becoming confused at his name. They decide to pass the time by sharing stories about their hated Ninja. For Ultra Violet, it was Zane, whom she tried to fight one on one with, even though Fugi-Dove knew the truth. For the Mechanic, it was Nya, whom stole his truck after defeating him, even though Fugi-Dove knew she was too kind to do such a thing.
When it came to his turn, Fugi-Dove stated it was Jay, and makes up a story about how he had just robbed the bank, easily took down Lloyd, Kai, and Cole before Jay showed up, riding on Lightning in Fugi-Dove's opinion, and took him down before tying him up, in conjured lightning rope in Fugi-Dove's opinion again. The two easily disbelieve him, but they manage to find a grate and escape the prison, only for them all to be captured by Samurai X, who was confused at his presence and doesn't find a criminal record on him before taking him, the Mechanic, and Ultra Violet back to Kryptarium.
- Season 11: Secrets of the Forbidden Spinjitzu
- His name is a play on "fugitive".
Gahrann the Dreamer
- "Silly mortal! That is not a stick. This is a stick!"
- ―Gahrann to Sensei Wu
Long ago, Sensei Wu had defeated Gahrann the Dreamer and prisoned him in the Tower or Tears. However, Garmadon blew up the tower told him to defeat Sensei Wu. After battling Cardinsto, Sensei Wu took a nap. However, Gahrann appeared in Wu's dream as Flame. Wu discovered his identity and challenged him to a battle. Grahrann summoned a giant mace, trying to destroy Wu. Sensei Wu dodged the attack, but got stuck in a cloud. Right when Gahrann was about to take the final strike, Wu broke out. Wu kicked him off the cloud, but he respawned to the top. While Gahrann was flying, Sensei Wu got on top of him and slammed him down. However, Gahrann turned big and tossed Wu to another planet. There, he disguised himself as kid Garmadon and pretended that he had never been bit by The Great Devourer. He then said the guards captured the Ninja. When Sensei Wu saw this, he realized Gahrann's plan and tripped him. Gahrann took off his disguise and told Sensei Wu to wake up. He was never mentioned again.
General Shen is the leader of the Snake Army and a boss in The LEGO Ninjago Movie Video Game.
When Lord Garmadon and Lady Iron Dragon reach the top of a Snake Army tower, they find Shen waiting for them. He then taunts them by asking them if "Iron Dragon" and Garamadon are all he's up against. Lady Iron Dragon corrects him of her name, and she and Garmadon start fighting Shen, along with members of the Snake Army. Shen and his army are eventually defeated by the duo.
Hibiki originally owned the Obsidian Glaive, but it was at one point stolen by Ronin.
Shortly after the Ninjas' memories were wiped by Ronin, they traveled to Kryptarium Prison, seeking Hibiki's help. When they arrived, they found the prison under attack by Ronin's samurai. Mistaking the Ninja for more of Ronin's goons, Hibiki fled through the prison until the Ninja fended off the Samurai. Once he was convinced that they were victims of the Obsidian Glaive, Hibiki provided them a map to the Inky Lemonberry in the Toxic Bogs, which they could use to make a Tea of Insight that would enable them to learn the location of the Obsidian Weapons.
- His appearance is similar to the Crooks from LEGO City, but in gray with a red cap and printed arms.
- in the game, he is voiced by Kerry Shale, who also voices Jay.
Khanjikhan was the king of Djinjago, but became estranged from his son due to Nadakhan's piratic pursuits in the realm of Ninjago. The two were later reunited when Nadakhan returned to his home in "Enkrypted" only to find it falling apart, with Khanjikhan as the only visible surviving inhabitant. Khanjikhan explained to his son that with the destruction of the Cursed Realm, Djinjago's sister realm, Djinjago had become unstable and would share the same fate. He then gave his son the Sword of Souls, encouraging him to avenge their crumbling home. He declined the offer to depart, citing Nadakhan's own mannerisms by saying "A good captain always goes down with the ship."
- Given the reversal of most of the events of Skybound, it can be presumed that Khanjikhan perished in the destruction of Djinjago, with the Sword of Souls being destroyed in the process.
Kirchonn the Invincible
Kirchonn the Invincible is a character mentioned in the Ninjago graphic novel Stone Cold. He has six arms and is an enemy of Sensei Wu, who once defeated him and his army of six-armed warriors. While Kirchonn's army was imprisoned in the Mount of Shadows, Kirchonn himself was locked in a prison along with various other adversaries of Wu's, such as Cardinsto and the Time Ninja. They were later freed by Lord Garmadon in a bid to either eliminate Wu or leave him overconfident.
The One Who is Many
The exact origins of this being are unknown; what is known is that it previously lived on an inhabited planet where it used its abilities to turn the inhabitants against each other. Even on the occasions when it was discovered, it was able to use its abilities to escape, and the infighting from its actions eventually led to the planet's destruction. The One became marooned on a fragment of the planet, a large asteroid, where it spent an unspecified period of time languishing in boredom without other beings to manipulate, imitate, and/or deceive. Eventually The Four Golden Weapons ended up on the comet as a result of the events of Wrong Place, Wrong Time, and after the Nindroids escaped with them the One was left to torment their stranded Ninja pursuers.
The One Who is Many attempted to prevent the Ninja from repairing the Arcturus spacecraft and making their escape, impersonating Kai, Jay, Cole, and Nya in its efforts. It eventually abducted Jay and forced the others to follow it to a series of ruins, where it made known it's role in the cataclysm that had destroyed its previous home. Taking the forms of Lloyd, Wu (both normal and cyborg), and Cyrus Borg, it refused to allow the Ninja to leave. However, Zane was eventually able to defeat it by tricking it into attempting to copy his Nindroid form, which left it temporarily stunned and allowed the ninja to escape.
The One Who is Many possesses the ability to assume a variety of shapes and forms, and can also imitate voices given it's ability to deceive the Ninja. It appears to have some telepathic abilities, as it was able to take the forms of individuals known to the Ninja that it had not encountered, and could produce various items of clothing in its disguise. The One also appears to have some knowledge of engineering, as it was able to create a hovercraft for itself using parts from Project: Arcturus, as well as tactics. It could assume alien and human forms, including a featureless white Minifigure, and could transform itself into smoke as well. However, for some reason it was apparently unable to take the form of an inorganic Nindroid, and the attempt temporarily weakened it and allowed the Ninja to flee.
Otto Pilot is a Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitzu Minifigure and a Dragon Hunter pilot who flies by Hunter Copter.
Quartet of Villains
The Quartet of Villains is a group of four unnamed villains who appears in the Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitzu graphic novel Stone Cold. Each appeared to be either an inhuman creature or else a human wearing a costume, with its members resembling a vampire, a humanoid moth, and two lizard-like humanoids. They were previously imprisoned in the Tower of Tears by Sensei Wu before being released by Lord Garmadon, only to be defeated as Sensei Wu started going after his old foes rather than waiting for them to attack him.
The Shadow Army is a group of minions summoned by Clouse in the Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitzu graphic novel series The Dark Island Trilogy. He calls them forth using the power of dark matter in order to keep the ninja from disrupting his efforts to corrupt the Temple of Light alongside the Sky Pirates. When Sensei Wu employs the Golden Mech of The First Spinjitzu Master, Clouse transforms the Shadow Army into his own Shadow Mech to combat it, but is defeated.
Sushimi has several lesser chefs working under him in Prime Empire, distinguished by blue, orange, and green head wraps. The group also includes a hostess (voiced by Shannon Chan-Kent) who attacks Jay and Nya with cleavers, after initially feigning friendliness.
The Time Ninja was once a unnamed thief who jumped in to the powerful Crono Crater hoping it would make him immortal. Instead he now lives one second ahead of everyone else. He once fought Sensei Wu to a standstill, but was banished in the Tower of Tears. Years later, Garmadon blew up the Tower of Tears and commanded him to defeat Sensei Wu. While, finding Sensei Wu, Wu made a trap in the desert that would take more than one second to escape from. He succeeded in capturing the Time Ninja, who hinted that he would fight Cardinsto next.
- Though he is a non-canon character, the Time Ninja would later be followed by two other Time-controlling antagonists in the Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitzu animated series: Acronix and Krux, the Time Twins.
Alien Bugs are insects that live on a comet in Ninjago space. They are insects that can eat through metal.
Alien bugs are nameless parasite bugs that live on a comet. They are lime green with red eyes. They use wings to fly. They were first discovered by the scientists who found a meteorite that fell off the same comet where The Mega Weapon exploded onto after being destroyed by time paradox in Wrong Place, Wrong Time.
When ninja went to the space to stop General Cryptor's army to get the Golden Weapons back, they crashed on the same comet and got attacked by the bugs who chased them, trying to eat their spacesuits. In the end, the bugs ate the Arcturus ship leaving ninja stranded on the comet with no way back. In The Titanium Ninja, ninja used their elemental powers to kill remaining bugs and rebuild the spaceship.
- They are the only known outer space life in Ninjago.
The Anacondrai Serpent is a massive snake from the Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitzu series associated with Chen and his Anacondrai Cultists; it possesses many of the same features as the Anacondrai tribe of Serpentine but appears to be a standard snake apart from its size.
After Garmadon and Nya are captured, they're chained to posts to be fed to the Anacondrai Serpent. Arriving for its meal, she circles the two of them menacingly, relishing her vengeance against Garmadon over the death of the Great Devourer. Before she could devour the two, however, the Elemental Masters broke into her lair using the Roto Jet and fired several missiles, causing piles of debris to collapse on the Serpent, killing her.
Shadow of Ronin
The Serpent appears during Kai's account of their adventures on Chen's island, though he erroneously described it as attacking them after they claimed Chen's staff.
In this game the Serpent falls under the control of Saruman, forcing the player to battle against the pair.
- Like the Ice Serpent, this snake has never been released in a physical set.
The Ancient Creature was a beast that appeared in the Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitzu graphic novel Stone Cold, in which it is awakened by Sensei Wu during his battle with Cardinsto. Due to being so ancient that it existed before "nature", it is immune to Cardinsto's elemental mastery of nature, and he is thus forced to beg Wu to rescue him from it. Wu does so in exchange for Cardinsto giving him information, and then reveals that the creature, while massive, can only stay awake for a minute at a time.
- The creature's claws-the only part of it actually seen-resemble claw parts such as those seen on the Hydraxon figure from the BIONICLE line.
As Master Wu attempted to escape the Insect Master's swarm of bees, he swam into the nearby river, only to be ambushed by the Barracudox lying in wait. Realizing he would face danger both above or underwater, Wu used Spinjitzu to create a massive water spout, simultaneously defeating the swarm and the Barracudox.
- The Barracudox's head is similar to the Swamp Creature's.
Beohernie (or Bernie) is a massive scarab beetle that lives in the Desert of Doom, first seen in "A Rocky Start". It was apparently once revered by inhabitants of the desert, but eventually turned on those worshipped it. It and two smaller specimens later attacked the Ninja as they were traveling through the desert. After it ate a vital component of the Land Bounty, Zane was forced to allow the creature to eat him in order to retrieve it. With some tricky maneuvering, the Ninja succeeded in escaping.
A Cragling is Ninjago Creature, very similar to Large Rock Monsters, such as Tremorox, Geolix, and Eruptorr from Power Miners. They also look similar to the Crystal King from Power Miners. They are made up of large rocks and boulders, have orange eyes, and usually gather in large groups. Sensei Wu and Lord Garmadon fought a large group of Craglings together. Although the Craglings are made of rock, they don't appear to be very strong considering that Sensei Wu destroyed one with a meteor hammer.
The Desert Beast was a monstrous frog or lizard-like creature that appeared in Stone Cold, a Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitzu novel. Little is known about it except that it was among the threats challenged by Sensei Wu in his bid to keep Ninjago safe from harm.
- "Electro Cobrai. Although, they're extremely rare, they're extremely useful. "
- Pythor is fond of using them to power things.
- The Ninjago City Aquarium used to have some of these on display, until Pythor broke in and stole them.
The Evil Bees were a force of malicious insects who were among the former inmates of the Tower of Tears, a prison thought to be impenetrable. After being freed by Lord Garmadon, they sought revenge on their old enemy Sensei Wu, and drove him into a lake filled with Barracudox, their former fellow prisoners. However, Wu was able to defeat the two forces and move on to confront other evils.
The Fangfish is a type of fish that appears in Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitzu; a mutant variety debuts in the episode Winds of Change. The Ninja are called upon to capture it, and eventually succeed, though during a subsequent photo it manages to soak them with water from its tank. The creature later reappears during one of Kai's nightmares, where he sees it devouring Lloyd after he had promised to watch over the Green Ninja.
Geotomic Rock Monster
Several of them served as the various hazards guarding the Reversal Time Blade, and were faced by Kai and Nya when they sought to retrieve it. The two ninja were able to defeat them by combining their powers of Fire and Water, which caused the bodies of the monsters to shatter; they subsequently reformed but much smaller in stature.
Dromaeosaurid Theopod Grundalychus otherwise known as the Grundle, were Dromaeosaurid Theropod's that roamed Ninjago before extinction. One Grundle briefly menaced Morro before he was saved by Sensei Wu, which the Master of Wind took as a sign that he was meant to be the Green Ninja. A Grundle was known to have been resurrected by Lord Garmadon. He did so by bringing its skeleton, which was stored in a museum, back to life using the Mega Weapon. When the potion was used, the Grundle was sent back to his own time, meaning he was destroyed at the present.
Grundles were said to have hides tough enough to withstand ordinary weapons. They were also nocturnal, hunting at night, rumored to only be destroyed with light.
The Ice Behemoth is a massive golem made out of animated chunks of dark ice and sent by the Ice Emperor to attack Lloyd and Akita on their way to the Ice Castle. The massive cyclops-like construct proved more than a match for Lloyd's Titan Mech, reforming no matter what damage was done to it. Ultimately, Lloyd managed to defeat it by luring it out onto a frozen lake, where its weight and that of an ice chunk Lloyd threw at it caused it to break through the ice and sink.
The Ice Bird is a massive, Dragon-sized predator native to the Never-Realm. It resembles a gigantic owl or other bird of prey, and pursues all possible prey with abandon. One of the creatures-if there are indeed more than one-attacked Zane upon his arrival in the realm, and was only thwarted by his use of a Scroll of Forbidden Spinjitzu. Decades later, the same specimen-or else an identical one-attacked Lloyd when he came to the area. Lloyd managed to escape it, and then drove it off using his Titan Mech.
The Ice Serpent is an enemy from the Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitzu theme exclusive to the video game LEGO Ninjago: Shadow of Ronin. The Ninja faced the Ice Serpent after entering a sacred shrine to obtain the Obsidian Sai in order to thwart Ronin's plans. After Zane recovered the weapons, the Ice Serpent attacked them, smashing up through the floor and continuing to smash it as the Ninja fought it. Fortunately, they succeeded in defeating the creature, which disappeared, and made their escape.
- The Ice Serpent has the same design as The Great Devourer, but with a different color scheme.
- Sensei Wu battled against a similar serpent during the events of the graphic novel Stone Cold, but that one was not designed to be brick built in appearance; it is unknown if any relation between the two exists.
- This is one of two Ninjago snakes who have appeared in Lego form in video games but not in physical sets; the other is the large Anacondrai Serpent that appeared in LEGO Dimensions.
The Frost Wolves are a species of wolf native to the Never-Realm with glowing blue eyes and gray fur. It is unknown if they possess any qualities different from ordinary wolves, though they are highly aggressive towards humans.
Krag is a creature that lives in the Never-Realm. He was initially thought to be a beast that guards the Traveler's Tree, but is revealed to be the last Yeti, whose tribe was killed by the Blizzard Samurai.
Upon learning about the Traveler's Tree from a young boy, Cole decided to head there in a desperate attempt to redeem himself for losing the Traveler's Tea the first time he came to the Never-Realm. As he came across a dead tree which he mistakes for the Traveler's Tree, unaware that the bridge he stood on was about to give way before Krag soon appeared, and saved him by charging at him.
In Krag's Lament Cole assumed Krag's charging was a threat, and fought him until he was struck by a branch. Krag later took Cole to his cave where he later slipped out to get some food for him, but when he came back, Cole fights him before using his Earth Punch to trap him under a stalactite, and prepared to make his escape. But when he came across Krag's room, he learns that Krag was the last of his kind, and chose to befriend him as the best way to defeat him. After getting the stalactite off of him and offering his friendship, Krag excitedly hugged him before taking him to the Traveler's Tree by carrying him on his back. But when they came back the cave, Jay and Nya assumed he was a threat, and prepared to attack before Cole stopped them, and extended his friendship with Krag to them. After giving them all a tight hug and being offered to come with them, Krag places a branch down into the snow before letting out a roar for his fallen family, and accepts Cole's hand as they prepare to head back to the Great Lake.
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The Living Diamonds are a race of humanoid creatures that live in the depths of Ninjago according to the graphic novel Stone Cold, in which Sensei Wu descends to their realm. They are apparently hostile, as Wu sought them out in order to challenge and defeat them.
Mask of Malice
The Mask of Malice is a living mask that appeared in the Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitzu graphic novel Stone Cold as the last of a set of evils that Sensei Wu challenged after many of his former foes were freed from the Tower of Tears. However, rather than battling Wu, the Mask caused him to question how he had ended up on his crusade, and provided a vital clue as to who had freed all of his old enemies: Lord Garmadon.
Meowthra is accidentally summoned to Ninjago City with the Ultimate Weapon by Lloyd. The citizens initially see her as an adorable creature, until she knocks down a building hit by the Ultimate Weapon's beacon. Garmadon, seeing an advantage, quickly takes the weapon from Lloyd and uses it to destroy the other Ninjas' mechs. Meowthra later lies down on the ground and bats at the remains of Nya's Water Strider Mech.
Meowthra continues to cause destruction in the city as Garmadon takes over the the Secret Ninja Force and they go off in search for something that can stop her.
When Garmadon returns from the expedition, he calls her over and throws the trinkets of the Weapon at her, which angers her and she eats him. Lloyd then attempts to tame her, which she enjoys and purrs continuously. Unknown to her, Lloyd is speaking to Garmadon (stuck inside her mouth), and Garmadon cries tears of fire. A tear splashes onto her tongue, which revolts her enough to spit him out. After a reconciliation, she is loved and petted by the citizens and becomes the city's mascot.
- Due to it's nature as a real world element, Meowthra does not have a set form.
- In The LEGO Ninjago Movie Video Game, she does not appear as a real cat in-game but she is also has a minifigure of her in cat costume which is available to build on character creator.
A Mud Monster is a Ninjago creature, very similar to Rock Monsters from Power Miners, except that they are made out of Mud, not rock and crystals. Lord Garmadon ordered the Mud Monsters to attack Wu, but saved him by pulling him out of the Mud Monsters, only for the reason that Lloyd was in trouble. They appeared in the Episode: Once Bitten, Twice Shy.
Starteeth are Ninjago creatures. They are known for chewing holes through ships and sinking them.
Starteeth resemble starfish, but with toothy mouths on the bottom for clamping onto and chewing through things. They are orange in colour. They can also chew through metal, as they did with the Leviathan's chain.
A Treehorn was a tall spider-like creature in the world of Ninjago. They were seen only once and lived in cold, snowy mountains, among the trees.
Treehorns were tall and white with grey splotches, with four long spindly legs and hooves for feet. Their bodies were thin and had short tails protruding from the back. They had long necks and narrow wedge-shaped heads with two oval-shaped red eyes. At first glance, among the snow-coated trees, the creatures looked very much like their namesake. They can kick opponents with their long legs like giraffes.
Lead on by a mysterious falcon, the four ninja traveled through deserts, over mountains and finally into a snow-coated forest where a sign read "Beware of Treehorns". Kai reassured Zane by saying they were probably "wild squirrels". When the ninja heard them, Jay hoped they were "cute, tiny birds". Zane was still in his father's house, a secret place underneath the ground, when the ninja were surrounded.
Kai spotted a comatose robot that had attacked Zane and been subdued earlier and realized that it was most likely built for the purpose of defending against Treehorns. The ninja were quickly overwhelmed. At that moment Zane exited his father's hideout and saw what was happening. Angry at the creatures for attacking his friends, he quickly dispatched of many Treehorns. The other ninja recovered and began to gain ground, driving the creatures back. The Treehorns retreated and regrouped as their queen arrived, the largest and most dangerous of all. It was then that Zane unlocked his true potential, freezing the Treehorn queen solid and sending the others scattering.
- It can be noted that progressing through the scene featuring Treehorns, their color schemes change from white to light blue, like Zane and NRG Zane.
- "Their Queen..."
- "There is nothing that will hold me back!"
- ―Zane before he attacks the Treehorn Queen and reaches his true potential.
The Treehorn Queen is a large Treehorn, having more eyes, and is bigger. She was defeated by Zane, after discovering he was a robot, or a Nindroid, according to Jay. While unlocking his full potential, he suddenly lit up blue, and froze the Treehorn Queen. It is unknown what happened to the Queen after she was frozen. The other Treehorns fled.
- When attacking the Queen, Zane's eyes lit up light blue in the beam of light around him while unleashing his full potenial.
- The Treehorn Queen is only shown in the Episode Tick Tock.
- She has a different appearance than other Treehorns.
- Her legs are more spider like.
- She also has a wider face with several eyes.
The Leviathan is a huge sea-monster captured by Samukai in order to keep Dr. Julien in his prison. In The Last Voyage, he caught the Destiny's Bounty in his tentacles and was going to crush it until Zane jumped overboard and used Starteeth to free the creature.
- Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitzu
- The Dark Island Trilogy
- The name Leviathan refers to a sea monster spoken of in the bible, in this case, similar to the Kraken, a squid like beast.
Nimbus is a creature introduced in the Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitzu episode Kingdom Come, where he is shown to be confined to a room in the Cloud Kingdom with various toys and other distractions. Fenwick later locked the Ninja in his dwelling in order to get them out of Morro's way so that the Ghost Warriors could claim the Sword of Sanctuary. The Ninja eventually escaped, but Nimbus was able to track them down later and attempted to recapture them. Fortunately, the young scribe Nobu was able to rewrite Fenwick's destiny, causing Nimbus to pursue the villain instead.
The Preeminent is a major villain in the fifth season of Ninjago.
She was first mentioned in episode 49 "Peek-A-Boo", during a conversation with Morro and Bansha. She was later seen in "Kingdom Come", when the different realms of the Ninjago universe were being mentioned. It was revealed Morro and his allies Ghoultar, Bansha and Soul Archer are trying to release her because she has been trapped in the Cursed Realm, and she seeks to destroy all realms.
After Morro released her in episode 53 Curseworld Part I It was revealed she is the Cursed Realm itself, and its prisoners are merely trapped in its mouth. She destroys everything in her way except for ghosts. However, Nya unlocked her true potential, using the element of water to drown and killed the Preeminent. This also included all those banished in the Cursed Realm, including the ghosts, the Anacondrai cultists, and Garmadon.
In the season eleven episode The Kaiju Protocol, the Preeminent is accidentally unleashed upon Ninjago again when Wu and P.I.X.A.L. open a portal to the Departed Realm while searching for the Ninja. She quickly launches an attack on Ninjago City, only to be challenged by P.I.X.A.L. in a new Samurai X mech. After a grueling struggle, P.I.X.A.L. achieved victory by plugging her damaged mech directly into the city's power grid. The vanquished Preeminent was then sent back to the Departed Realm.
- When the Ghosts make her an armor of buildings to protect her, her limbs' shape reminds those of the set 21109 Exo Suit..
The Walloper is a type of animal featured in Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitzu, identified specifically as a Yak. Kai, Jay, Cole, and Zane ride several of these animals in Ghost Story as they make their way towards Stiix; one of the animals eats Kai's breakfast, and it (or another) follows the rest of the Wallopers despite Kai attempting to direct it elsewhere. One of the animals is later turned into a ghost by Wrayth. In Peak-a-Boo, during their ascent of the Wailing Alps, Jay spots another Walloper and mistakes it for a Goat; when Kai corrects him, he suggests that it might actually be a Cow.