- This article is about the island. For the theme itself, see Ninjago.
- "Long before time had a name, the island of Ninjago was created."
- ―From "LEGO Ninjago: Beginning to 2014" trailer
The world of Ninjago is the setting of the Ninjago theme. Many of the events center around the large island of Ninjago. However, the series also travels to other islands, different dimensions known as realms, and even into virtual realities.
- 1 Background
- 2 Locations in Ninjago
- 2.1 Anacondrai Tomb
- 2.2 Ancient Library of Domu
- 2.3 Badlands
- 2.4 Blackwood Forest
- 2.5 Blind Man's Eye
- 2.6 Boiling Sea
- 2.7 Borg Industries
- 2.8 Birchwood Forest
- 2.9 Cannon Beach
- 2.10 Caves of Despair
- 2.11 Chen's Camp
- 2.12 Chen's Island
- 2.13 Chen's Palace
- 2.14 Cliff Gordon's Estate
- 2.15 Comet
- 2.16 Constrictai Tomb
- 2.17 Crashcourse Canyon
- 2.18 The Digiverse
- 2.19 Doctor Julien's Workshop
- 2.20 Dyer Island
- 2.21 Echo Canyons
- 2.22 Ed & Edna's Scrap 'N' Junk
- 2.23 Endless Sea
- 2.24 Fangpyre Tomb
- 2.25 Fishing Village
- 2.26 Floating Ruins
- 2.27 Fire Temple
- 2.28 Forest of Tranquility
- 2.29 Frozen Wasteland
- 2.30 Garmadon City
- 2.31 Garmatron
- 2.32 Glacier Barrens
- 2.33 Golden Peaks
- 2.34 Gypsy Cove
- 2.35 Haunted Hill
- 2.36 The Hanging Temple
- 2.37 Hiroshi's Labirinth
- 2.38 Hollow Trench
- 2.39 Hypnobrai Tomb
- 2.40 Ignacia
- 2.41 The Island of Darkness
- 2.42 Jamanakai Village
- 2.43 Kryptarium Prison
- 2.44 Lloyd's Treehouse
- 2.45 Main Serpentine Tomb
- 2.46 Master Chen's Arena
- 2.47 Mega Monster Amusement Park
- 2.48 Metalonia
- 2.49 Monastery of Spinjitzu
- 2.50 The Mountains
- 2.51 The Mountain of Impossible Heights
- 2.52 The Mountain of Madness
- 2.53 The Mountain of a Million Steps
- 2.54 New Djinjago
- 2.55 New Ninjago City
- 2.56 Ninjago City
- 2.57 Ninjago Sky
- 2.58 Ouroborus
- 2.59 Parrot Bay
- 2.60 Prime Empire
- 2.61 Pyramid
- 2.62 Samurai X Cave
- 2.63 The Sea of Sand
- 2.64 Sensei Garmadon's Monastery
- 2.65 Sensei Wu's Academy
- 2.66 Shintaro
- 2.67 Spinjago
- 2.68 Steep Wisdom
- 2.69 Stiix
- 2.70 Spirit Coves
- 2.71 Tomb of the First Spinjitzu Master
- 2.72 Tower of Tears
- 2.73 Toxic Bogs
- 2.74 Valley of Despair
- 2.75 Valley of the Serpentine
- 2.76 Venomari Tomb
- 2.77 Wailing Alps
- 2.78 Wildwood Forest
- 3 Other Realms
- 4 Notes
- 5 Gallery
- 6 External links
Ninjago was originally a world with virtually no landmasses, and was plagued by the monstrous serpent Wojira. The First Spinjitzu Master, newly arrived in the realm, recognized that the beast had to be defeated before peace could be found for all, and thus led the Merlopians and numerous islanders into battle against her. For all their brave efforts, it was only the sacrifice of Nyad, first Master of Water, that enabled the allies to triumph. Wojira was rendered unconscious and sealed in an underwater temple, while the amulets that gave her power over Storm and Wave were turned over to the groups that had fought alongside the First Spinjitzu Master. The First Spinjitzu Master then raised a great landmass from the depths.
The First Spinjitzu Master created the Four Golden Weapons to aid him in shaping the land he had created, but was forced to contend with threats to its peace. At one point, a group of Oni pursued the First Spinjitzu Master to his new home from the First Realm, though one of them betrayed her comrades to aid him. On another occasion, the evil Overlord appeared as a counterbalance to the power of the First Spinjitzu Master, and the two engaged in a series of battles. After they proved to be evenly matched, the Overlord created the Stone Army from an indestructible substance only found on the western half of the island. Unable to overcome this threat, the First Spinjitzu Master split the island into two fragments, with the western half becoming the Dark Island and eventually sinking beneath the waves.
Besides the planet itself, Ninjago had 16 parallel realms, including the Cursed Realm, Underworld, Cloud Kingdom, Dark Continent, Djinjago, the Land of the Oni and the Dragon, and the Land of Chima; each accessed by various portals (although all of them can be accessed at any time with the Realm Crystal). In "Curseworld Part II", the Cursed Realm was destroyed, eventually leading to the destruction of Djinjago in "Enkrypted". This leaves Ninjago with only 14 realms. In its present era, Ninjago was portrayed as a liberal monarchy, although the death of the Royal Family brings the current political system of Ninjago into question. Both Ninjago and the Island of Darkness are arranged in a yin-yang position and resemble dragons.
Ninjago and the Dark Island are the only large land masses in the world, which from the space view in "Return of the Overlord", makes the planet look enormous. The "Endless Ocean" almost explains that the two islands are the only land masses on the planet. In The Void, Ninjago could be seen multiple times, but the land of Ninjago appeared differently, not to mention being obscured by clouds. In the episode, when Zane slipped off of Arcturus and began spinning back to Ninjago, multiple small islands could be seen, but barely. Which, in turn, proves there is land outside of Ninjago. The islands seen could have been a small foreshadow to Chen's Island.
In The Titanium Ninja's opening scene when the nindroids re-entered Earth's atmosphere, the land appeared to be much larger and wider, and shaped differently than in Season Two. If examined closely, when the Ninja re-entered following the Golden Master's debut into Ninjago City, the shape of the land is actually a satellite image of our world flipped upside down. In the top-left of the scene just moments before the ninja used their elemental shields, one can make out Newfoundland, which in real life sits to the east of Nova Scotia. In the show, it lies on the western coast, north of Ninjago City. With further examination, it shows that Newfoundland was in fact added in, but with additional land to the 'north' instead of open ocean and somewhat proves that the scene isn't rendered with the earth's image turned upside down. Although, Newfoundland was added in.
Ninjago City seems to be the world's capital city, which appears to have well over ten million people with its size. It is so far the only confirmed metropolitan area in Ninjago. The city was in many episodes starting in season 1. The city also appears to take a normal city look in the first-second season and a futuristic city look in the third season. However, it turned back to its normal look in the fourth season. The city is located on the northwestern coastline of Ninjago, and is bordered to the east by the Sea of Sand, and mountains to the north and south.
The island of Ninjago is originally depicted as monarchy in Season Eight. Throughout he series, the capital city of Ninjago holds classical liberal values including a free market economy and right to assembly. A free market economy is portayed as the roots of Ninjago City's innovation, notably present in season 2, when the Ninja worked in respective companies in order to make money for rent, and season 3, where the industrial breakthroughs of Borg Industries revolutionize the entire city. The citizens of Ninjago City have also been shown to have democratic liberties, including right to assembly in the episode "Day of the Great Devourer", when they protest the cities "snake problems". Although Ninjago City appears to run on a democratic free market, the rural areas appear to be fundamentally feudalist. The most notable example is the beginning of "Sons of Garmadon", where a samurai is portrayed owning peasants. In addition,the rural regions of Ninjago appear to be agriculture based and show samurai. Due to this large economic difference, the island's economic system appears to resemble that of neo-liberalism. Ninjago does not appear to have a military, having only the city police and the Ninja as their militia. In Season 8, the police abandon their guns for tazers, suggesting that gun control laws may have been enacted.
Also in Season Four, Karlof mentioned he is from 'Metalonia', which may also imply there is other land outside of Ninjago, although some recent speculation suggests Metalonia is a region or sub-country of Ninjago. In a couple of scenes, you can see few things from other themes, such as LEGO City, as seen at the jail, where you can see the LEGO City Police Badge, with the studs. In Child's Play and The Stone Army, characters were seen wearing orange Space outfits. In The Void, the Ninja were wearing the Spaceman's outfit.
Locations in Ninjago
The Anacondrai Tomb is where the Anacondrai where sealed away. Since the former Anacondrai generals where banished to the Cursed Realm, only Anacondrai troops of lower ranking were kept there. It is a resembles a giant fang, possibly the Great Devourer's. When the Anacondrai where prisoned, they became, until cannibalistic, with only Pythor alive. The only thing left behind of the other Anacondrai are their skeletons.
Ancient Library of Domu
The Ancient Library of Domu is a grand library in Ninjago. It is guarded with cloaked men, who are located about every 10 feet. It was the home of the Airjitzu Scroll, before it was stolen by Ronin.
The Badlands is a desert area in Ninjago located between the Sea of Sand and Ninjago City. The only things in the Badlands are roads and telephone wires. No one has lived there since ages. The Ninjago Subway is located beneath the Badlands. It was also featured in NinjaBall Run.
Blackwood Forest is a forest with tall trees. Lumberjacks as well and squirrels have been mentioned to live at Blackwood. In "The Invitation" and A Team Divided, Cole worked as a lumberjack and chief at the forest.
Blind Man's Eye
Blind Man's Eye is a swirly looking storm located above the Wailing Alps. Inside the eye of the storm is the portal to the Cloud Kingdom. Because of its height, the only way to go inside is by getting on top of the Wailing Alps and using Airjitzu to get inside, afterward.
The Boiling Sea is an ocean in Ninjago so called because it is home to a number of active volcanos which superheat the water, making it one of the most inhospitable environments in all of Ninjago.
Hono Mizu was an ancient city that was destroyed in the catastrophe that birthed the Boiling Sea, with little but it's ancient library surviving. Ray and Maya later selected the library as a hiding place for one of the Time Blades, believing that no one would ever be able to recover it. Unfortunately, their children Kai and Nya were later forced to do so by the Time Twins in order to save Sensei Wu's life.
Borg Industries is a massive tower that Cyrus Borg built on the ruins of the Garmatron. It has a neo-futuristic design, along with a blue hologram light at the top, which is of the company's logo. Lights inside the tower are mainly green and blue. However, the lights and Borg logo turned red after the Digital Overlord infected New Ninjago City. When the Ninja destroyed the power substation, all lights went off; and when Zane found his way into Borg Industries system, the logo turned light blue. Cyrus Borg's office is located on the 100th floor. It is later revealed that the 99th floor is where the factory line is located, as well as a video game room, where the Digiverse was being created. From a certain perspective, the tower appears as some kind of key.
In Season Four, Borg Tower is no longer a part of the Ninjago City skyline. It is possible the tower was demolished after the Golden Master's attack, which may explain the lack of futuristic technology in and around Ninjago. However, it reappears in LEGO Ninjago: Shadow of Ronin. The tower also reappears in season eight when the Sons of Garmadon break into it to steal the first of three Oni masks.
Birchwood Forest is a snowy region of Ninjago. It is where Zane was built and Dr. Julien once lived. Dr. Julien built a juggernaut that defends the forest from intruders and treehorns. It has big hollow trees, which are found everywhere. It is home to tree horns.
Caves of Despair
The Caves of Despair are named so because they often have wind blast through the one thousand miles of tunnels. The weather is 48°F / 9°C.
The caves are home to the large and poisonous snakes, which are known to grow up to 74 feet long and can paralyze an elephant in 2.9 seconds. It is also home to over 50,000 species of spiders, all venomous. The spiders are hunted by bats. There are no plants in the caves, though mushrooms grow, as does an inedible popcorn, a cave coral. The cave also contains lots of stalactites and stalagmites.
The caves contain a mud slide, hidden treasure, cave art, snake scale walls, lost tunnels and a Maze of Doom.
Chen's Camp was a temporary base of Chen and his Anacondrai warriors. It is located at a subway in New Ninjago City. There, six tents are put in a half circle, with a bus and the Boulder Blaster. There are also three noodle trucks parked outside of the circle. Inside the bus, Chen has created a small base, where he kept the Book of Spells and Pythor.
Chen's Island is an island where Chen and Clouse were banished after the Serpentine Wars. According the Chronicles of Ninjago and Kai, the island is not seen on any map, and no one can get there without Chen's permission. In the Ninja Rush game, the island appears near the lower part of the Island of Darkness.
Chen's Palace is a palace belonging to Chen. According to The Chronicles of Ninjago: An Official Handbook, Chen managed to build the palace, rolling in money from his successful chain restaurant, Mister Chen's Noodle House. His palace includes a courtyard, main hall, guest apartment, chow house, kabuki quarter, indoor arena, and a series of secret passageways and a temple under his palace. In Shadow of Ronin, it also included a noodle fountain and a food-making machine.
Cliff Gordon's Estate
Cliff Gordon's Estate is a large mansion belonging to Cliff Gordon, Jay's biological father. In the aborted timeline in which the Ninja battled Nadakhan, Jay inherited the mansion after a wish made to Nadakhan resulted in his father's death. The Ninja, having been framed for various crimes by Nadakhan, made use of the estate as a hideout.
The Comet in Ninjago appears to be an asteroid with an icy atmosphere surrounding it. It has high, spiky mountains and deep fissures. It is home to alien insects that feed on metal. It was where The Four Golden Weapons were located after the Ninja sent them into space and before General Cryptor brought them back to Ninjago.
In a flashback in Comet Crisis, it was revealed that the comet used to be a great planet. Many aliens lived there. However, there was one creature who could turn into copies of everyone else. After confusement, the people fought each other, until everyone except for the creature died.
In Wrong Place, Wrong Time, the Ninja had used to Golden Weapons to destroy the Mega Weapon. The weapons eventually got blasted on the comet.
In Codename: Arcturus and The Void, the Overlord planned on building a rocket named Arcturus to retrieve the Golden Weapons; so he can complete his body as the Golden Master. Using the OverBorg to do this, General Cryptor and the Nindroid army lifted off on Arcturus and went the comet. However, the Ninja came, too. Later on, the Nindroids escaped with the weapons and left the Ninja on the comet. In the two episodes "The Void" and "The Titanium Ninja", it is commonly mistaken as a planet.
In reality, Arcturus is the name of a star.
The Constrictai Tomb is where the Constrictai where once sealed away. It is located under the Mountain of a Million Steps. The walls have pictures of wars the Serpentine tribes once had with each other. The tomb also has a picture of the Ninja with mustaches. Pressing Cole's mustache makes a door open, leading to the main Serpentine tomb.
Crash Canyon is a dangerous canyon, especially for drivers. It is located between the Sea of Sand and Birchwood Forest. The canyon is cut into two, making an uneven road. It was featured in NinjaBall Run.
The Digiverse is a virtual world which was being made by Cyrus Borg, whereas the player becomes digitally scanned inside. Some enemies in the game include the Stone Warrior and the Juggernaut. The Digiverse is made to look like Ninjago. In the Digiverse, anything is possible. In Ninjago: REBOOTED the Overlord got stuck inside the system and became a computer virus known as the Digital Overlord.
It is unknown if the game was ever released to the Ninjago public.
Doctor Julien's Workshop
Dr. Julien's Workshop was Dr. Julien's old workshop hidden in a tree. It is located in Birchwood Forest. The door to the workshop has Dr. Julien's symbol and opens up with a spiral of stairs doing downward. It is were the doctor had created the Falcon, Zane, and the Juggernaut. Although it was abandoned after Samukai kidnapped the inventor, the Falcon remembered its location, guiding Zane and the Ninja there and making the Ice Ninja remember his past.
Dyer Island is a private island owned by Milton Dyer, a famous and reclusive video game designer. Dyer's mansion, which is fronted by a garden maze loaded with security measures, is the only known structure on the island. In Dyer Island, the Ninja visit the island searching for answers about the sudden resurgence of Prime Empire. After overcoming the defenses, they meet Bob, Dyer's intern, who informs them that he hasn't seen Milton Dyer in years. Based on information he shares with them, the Ninja come to suspect that Dyer is none other than Unagami.
The Echo Canyons are a series of canyons located in a non urban area of Ninjago. It is home to the Corridor of Elders, a canyon carved with monuments of great elders of Ninjago.
The Corridor of Elders
The Corridor of Elders is a location in Echo Canyon. There, many statues are built in honor of great elders of Ninjago. It played a vital role in "The Corridor of Elders", as a war between Chen's newly created Anacondrai warriors and the citizens of Ninjago, took place there. After the war, much of the monument was in ruins. However, construction workers where seen after the battle, fixing the place up. A statue of Garmadon was also seen being constructed, due to his sacrifice to save Ninjago. It may be a reference to the real-life monument Mount Rushmore, where the faces of famous presidents have been carved on a canyon.
The Corridor of Elders is most likely a Ninjago version of Mount Rushmore in the western United States with carvings of previous presidents.
The Empire is mentioned by Cecil Putnam in Season 11 of Ninjago. Cecil's resemblance to that of British explorers during the colonization of the Asia suggest that the "Empire" was a reference to the British Empire which historically colonized large parts of the world throughout late 16th to early 18th century. This means that parody of the British Empire may have existed in the Ninjago universe, and possibly previously colonized the island.
Desert of Doom
The Desert of Doom (formely called Serpertine Land) is a vast desert outside Ninjago City, and a hostile region inhabited by a species of giant scarab beetle. It is also where the pyramid that contained Aspheera's prison tomb was discovered by Clutch Powers.
Ed & Edna's Scrap 'N' Junk
Ed & Edna's Scrap 'N' Junk is a junkyard that Ed Walker and Edna Walker own. It is located on the border of the Sea of Sand and the Mountains. Inside is a trailer, where Ed and Edna live. In the first season, the junkyard had an ordinary look with junk scattered on the ground. It also had inventions that Ed had built. However, the Fangpyre turned Ed's creations evil. In third season, the junkyard had huge piles of junk and junk compactor.
The Endless Sea is a huge body of water that separates the inhabited island of Ninjago from the Dark Island and Chen's Island. It is also where Stiix is built. The name mostly gives away that the planet does not have much land on it's surface.
Island of the Keepers
The Island of the Keepers is an island in the Endless Sea inhabited by the Keepers, an ancient tribe of humaonid creatures. It is surrounded by an ever-present belt of stormclouds, which serve to conceal the island's existence from the outside world and detour most would-be intruders.
Merlopia is an undersea city and kingdom inhabited by the Merlopians.
The Tartarus Trench is a large trench and the deepest known point of the Endless Sea. Filled with toxic hydrothermal vents and other hazards, it was chosen as the site of the Temple of Wojira after the defeat of the the ancient monster. The location of the temple was kept hidden for centuries, with the only map showing it being hidden in the royal vaults of Merlopia. Unfortunately, this was eventually discovered by Kalmaar, who tricked Benthomaar into discovering a safe route for him to reach the temple.
The Fangpyre Tomb is where the Fangpyre where sealed away. It is located in a graveyard, in the Wildwood Forest. The tomb has a tree in the shape of a Fangpyre general. The graveyard has a big grave located in the center, which is the door to the tomb.
The Fishing Village is a location seen in LEGO Dimensions. It is small village built on the side of the ocean and resembles Stiix.
The Floating Ruins is home to a never-ending storm, sharp-horned mountain goats, cougars, and condors. The only flora that grows are small mosses, lichen and lightning buds. It resembles a giant nunchuck. It is where Wu hid the Nunchucks of Lightning and the Lightning Dragon.
The Fire Temple is said in legend to be located at the base of Titanic Volcano. It contains lava rivers and waterfalls, as well as pools of magma. It is on the other-side of the Forest of Tranquility. It is home to Burnt Fish, Molten Moles, Ash Bats, Fire Sticks, Lava Lillies and Volcanos. It is where Wu hid the Sword of Fire and the Fire Dragon. It is also where the Fangpyre Fang Blade was located. In "The Green Ninja", the volcano exploded in a violent eruption, nearly killing Kai and Lloyd.
The temple appears in 2507 Fire Temple.
Forest of Tranquility
The Forest of Tranquility is a calm and relaxing place. It is home to Bongo Tigers, Boogie-Woogie Bears and Lazy Bugs; Groovy Vines, Sleepy Willows, Couch Potatoes and Charming Flowers. It is said to be uncrossable.
The Frozen Wasteland is an area of Ninjago where temperatures regularly dip as low as -50 degrees centigrade (-58F). It is made almost entirely of ice. Animals that live here include Polar Ice Bears, the largest predators in the area; Frozen Owls, which only move when hungry and Iceberg Whales, which eat polar bears and freeze their prey with their breath first, before singing and playing with it. Vegetation includes Dwarf Shrubs, with leaves of gold; Very Wild Flowers, which can be heard laughing and Ice Berries. It also has the Hall of Mirrors Cave and the Cliffs of Hanging Icicles. It is where Wu hid the Surikens of Ice and the Ice Dragon.
The Glacier Islands are a series of islands located in the Frozen Wastelands. It has only made a minor appearance in Spinjitzu Smash.
The Ice Fortress or Ice Temple is a fortress constructed of ice, located in the Frozen Wasteland. It is the former home to the Surikens of Ice and the Ice Dragon. In Shadow of Ronin, it was revealed it was also the former home to the Obsidian Sais and it is a home to a big snake, similar to the The Great Devourer, who lives beneath the ice.
Garmadon City was a city seen in the book "Warriors of Stone." It is located on an island and was built in honor of Garmadon before he was evil. However, the city and its people turned into stone due to a natural order.
The Garmatron is a massive fortress built by the Overlord. It was originally a tank, but changed into a tower after the Overlord reached Ninjago City. It was the highest tower in the city at its time. It is gothic, with a mystical, evil look. It had spiral stairs that led to the top with a dark matter gun on the edge of the stairs. It was destroyed by Lloyd during the final battle; and Cyrus Borg built Borg Industries on its ruins.
The Glacier Barrens is a snowy mountain range that consistently snows. It is where the Hypnobrai tomb is located. The people who live there are eskimos who live inside of igloos. It was featured in NinjaBall Run.
- "The Golden Peaks, birthplace of the Golden Weapons!"
The Golden Peaks are a series of large mountains in the Ninjago sky that include a large volcano with golden lava. They are where the First Spinjitzu Master created the Golden Weapons. It is also where Garmadon combined the Four Golden Weapons in the Mega Weapon. It is still unknown how the Golden Peaks existed before Ninjago was created.
Haunted Hill is a place located in the Ninjago mountains. It is also home to the temple of Sensei Yang as well as his grave. In "The Temple on Haunted Hill", it is revealed that buses take tours to the Haunted Hill, though no one ever attempts to enter the temple.
Temple of Airjitzu
The Temple of Airjitzu, Sensei Yang's Haunted Temple, or The Temple on Haunted Hill is a monastery located in Haunted Hill. It is where Sensei Yang once trained his pupils. After his death, he and his students still lived on as ghost, and the temple became a haunted house. The temple has a rule that whoever makes it in must escape before sunrise, or they will become a ghost, as this happened to Cole. However, the LEGO set may have a different origin, as it appeared to have a retirement room for Sensei Wu, a training room for the Ninja, and a theater; being more peaceful.
It appears in the set 70751 Temple of Airjitzu.
The Hanging Temple
The Hanging Temple is a temple located in the Wailing Alps. The temple is located on the side of the mountain, being supported by sticks beneath it.
- "Hiroshi's Labirinth, where those who make it never return!"
- ―Sensei Garmadon
Hiroshi's Labirinth is a deadly maze that no one has escaped except for Hiroshi, himself. It is between the mountains and the ocean od Ninjago. Hiroshi's legend states that there is a treasure hidden in the maze. In "The Curse of the Golden Master", Garmadon and Lloyd discovered it is a waterfall.
Hollow Trench is a massive underwater cliff located near Stiix. It is where the Preeminent drowned and Morro died.
The Hypnobrai Tomb is where the Hypnobrai where once sealed away. It can be opened by taking out the Hypnobrai staff, which causes a chain reaction. It is located in the Glacier Barrens. Everything in the tomb is built from ice. It includes a slither pit with a moving arena, weapons, and a weapon base (which are also made from ice).
Ignacia is the village Kai and Nya first lived in. It is located in the mountains. Most of the people at Ignacia are farmers. Ignacia has a blacksmith shop known as Four Weapons, which has been run by Kai's Father and passed on to Kai. Ignacia was the first place in Ninjago to be struck by dark matter. Ignacia was the first place to appear in the TV series, but made rarer appearances in newer seasons.
Four Weapons is a blacksmith shop started by Kai's Father and later passed down to Kai and Nya. It is located in Ignacia. The shop is a small two story building with oriental roof and a sign of front with a sword, staff, nunchucks, and suriken. The first floor contains the blacksmith, samurai helmets and swords, surikens, and a small phone hanging on the wall. A bed is nestled in the other corner near a large window, and a set of stairs lead to the second floor, which was never seen. The shop was most likely abandoned after Kai and Nya were recruited to join Sensei Wu.
It appears in the set 2508 Battle At The Blacksmith Shop.
The Island of Darkness
The Island of Darkness is an island located on the right side of Ninjago. It is where the First Spinjitzu Master had banished the Overlord. After thousands of years, the island has sunk into the ocean. However, Lord Garmadon pulled four knobs and pulled it back up. The island includes Garmadon's camp, mountains, the Temple of Light, the Celestial Clock, and massive rocks.
Temple of Light
The Temple of Light is a place located in the Island of Darkness, where the First Spinjitzu Master had gotten the gold to make the Golden Weapons. It has a Japanese style along with lanterns and a giant oven in the front. The inside is in a cave, where the Ninja's adventures are written on the walls. The temple has a huge bell in the middle, which used a chain reaction to give the Ninja their kimonos and elemental blades, along with Lloyd's golden dragon. In Rise of the Spinjitzu Master, the temple had locks which could activate the First Spinjitzu Master's golden mech, once the Ninja put in their elemental blades.
It appears in the set 70505 Temple of Light.
Jamanakai Village is a village were Ninjago took place in the first few episodes, after the main setting being replaced with Ninjago City. It is an old-fashioned village with oriental-style houses and villagers with straw hats and simple clothes. It was the first place that was attacked by Serpentine after their awakening.
Lloyd's Treehouse was a giant treehouse ordered by young Lloyd Garmadon and built by the Hypnobrai. It is built with a variety of booby traps and the rule "No girls and/or Ninja" However, it was destroyed by the Ninja, after the Falcon gave Zane the location to the secret base. It was showed in the first season and the app game "The Final Battle".
Main Serpentine Tomb
The Main Serpentine Tomb is a huge Serpentine tomb that the Serpentine dug to combine all their tombs. It is located underground. There is a round table in the middle of the tomb, where the Serpentine put the Four Silver Fang Blades. The tomb also includes a large, advanced slither pit, buttons to activate its different modes, and a cage to trap enemies.
Master Chen's Arena
Master Chen's Arena is a location in LEGO Dimensions. It is an area of Chen's which is located near the village.
Mega Monster Amusement Park
Mega Monster Amusement Park is an amusement park located in the mountains. It is monster themed and has monster-sized roller coasters and sandwiches. One ride there is the Ghost Train which is extremely boring to the people Ninjago. The Hypnobrai Fang Blade was located underneath the amusement park. In the book, Who is the Phantom Ninja?, it appeared to have a building with the Ninja and their enemies from the past.
Metalonia is a location mentioned in the fourth and thirteenth seasons of Ninjago. It was mentioned to be Karlof's homeland, as well as that of Korgan and Korgan's father, and has its own language.
Monastery of Spinjitzu
The Mountains are a location in Ninjago, in between the Sea of Sand and Hiroshi's Labyrinth. They played a big role in Blackout as Lloyd learned to move mountains.
The Mountain of Impossible Heights
The Mountain of Impossible Heights is a huge mountain that reaches the clouds in the Ninjago Sky. The mountain steps are in a spiral and there is a bridge from the mountain to another mountain. The top is dragon-shaped with the Monastery of Spinjitzu. According to the Ninjago site, the weather there cannot be determined. Villagers, such as the Mailman have a hard time walking to the top, while the Ninja can easily get there.
It was deserted for some time after the destruction of the monastery, but came to be inhabited again when the monastery was rebuilt. The Oni, led by the Omega, and the Pyro Vipers, led by Aspheera, later ascended the mountain in order to attack the Ninja.
The Mountain of Madness
The Mountain of Madness is a mountain that is located in the Dark Continent. It includes a mystical, volcanic look, along with a portal to Ninjago at the top. The mountain appears to be cracked, revealing glowing, portal mist inside the it. It is home to the Craglings.
The Mountain of a Million Steps
The Mountain of a Million Steps is a big mountain, which most likely has a million steps. It the very similar to the Mountain of Impossible Heights. The steps move in a spiral-like pattern. The top of the mountain is shaped like a Constrictai's head. The Constrictai Tomb is located on the top of the mountain.
New Djinjago is a location created by the Misfortune's Crew. The Sky Pirates raided various chunks of Ninjago and brought them into the sky. Some of these include parts of New Ninjago City and the Temple on Haunted Hill. Nadakhan decided to create New Djinjago when the realm of Djinjago was destroyed.
New Ninjago City
- "Welcome to New Ninjago City. The future is what we make it!"
- ―Cyrus Borg
New Ninjago City is the reestablishment of Ninjago City with the ideology of neo-futurism. It includes more advanced buildings along with hover-copters, super hybrid assault vehicles, security mechs, fighter jets, and hover cars. Roads are magnetic and holographic roads appear in the sky. The massive Borg Industries is built on the site of the Overlord's defeat. The builders in New Ninjago City wear the same suit as the Construction Worker. Unlike before, New Ninjago City resembled present-day Tokyo, with additions of hovercars and other currently impossible technological advancements.
According to A Team Divided, after the city was in minor damage after Zane's sacrifice, the city was rebuilt adapting a look of the original and new Ninjago City. In the fourth season, the city has removed all hovering items and it is revealed the city lies on the western coast of Ninjago, and has it's own major port. Also, Borg Industries appears to be missing from the skyline in the fourth season. However, in LEGO Ninjago: Shadow of Ronin Borg Industries reappears in the skyline and the city is neo-futuristic.
From Season 8 until Season 10 the city is more like its counterpart from the movie, from Season 11 onwards the city changes again.
Dareth's TV Studio
Mister Chen's Noodle House
Mister Chen's Noodles House is a popular chain restaurant in New Ninjago City previously owned by Chen, himself. It bears resemblance to a modern Japanese buffet, having belts for each food. The restaurant gets shipments of food from Chen's island from trailers. After Chen was banished into the Cursed Realm, Skylor decided to run the business herself. Although, it was said to be a chain restaurant, only one has currently appeared in the show. In LEGO Dimensions, another one was shown in the village. However, it had a more traditional look, unlike the one in New Ninjago City, which is more modern.
New Ninjago City Hospital
The Ninja went to the hospital to meet Lil' Nelson, who broke both his legs, as part of the Grant-a-Wish foundation.
After Clutch Powers was taken to the hospital, he would annoy the doctor with an non-emergency request.
While working on his memoir, Lloyd, Nya, and Zane barges in to ask Clutch for the second Forbidden Spinjitzu scroll. After he refuses to retrieve it for them, Nya tried to force him to go. He then pushes the emergency button, and the doctors pushes them out.
Ninjago City Police Station
The Ninjago City Police Station is the headquarters of the Ninjago City Police, located in Ninjago City. When Harumi was arrested, she was brought to the interrogation room, where she remains silent before a stolen garbage truck rammed the front of the station. The police were all shocked to see it was Garmadon before he injured and maybe killed many officers so he could break Harumi out. The Commissioner told the Ninja about the attack as the officers were cleaning up.
Ninjago Power Plant
The Ninjago Power Plant is where all of New Ninjago City gets its power. It has a neo-futuristic design, adapting a space needle look. It has blue and orange neon lights on it's sides, glass windows, antennae at the top, and it is a few stories tall. In the main room, there is a giant transparent blue tube, where the power is being held. The glass is resistant to blades, and only a large amount of laser can crack it. The tube is surrounded by computers.
Prime Empire is an old, legendary arcade game, created by Milton Dyer. The ruler of Prime Empire is Unagami, It was created many years before the events of the series, where people who reach level 13 can enter the game.
Yang Tavern is pub and slither pit located in New Ninjago City. Its Slither Pit is wooden and does not seem to have any triggers, levers, or extra games. The announcer of the Slither Pit is a Hypnobrai Soldier. In A Team Divided and "The Invitation", Kai appears to have a job as the Slither Pit champion, the 'Red Shogun'. Many characters including Captain Soto's Crew, the Serpentine, Ronin, Wrayth, Morro, Ronin, Eyezor, an Anacondrai cultist, and minifigures of Dan Hageman and Kevin Hageman have made in appearance at Yang Tavern.
- "Ninjago City, biggest city in all of Ninjago!"
Ninjago City is the biggest city in Ninjago, mostly filled with buildings and skyscrapers. It's a location of Darreth's Mojo Dojo, Patty Keys's apartment, NTV office building, and etc. It was first harmed by Great Devourer and later totally devastated in the Final Battle. However, it was renewed and named New Ninjago City in the third season. It rests on the northwestern coast of Ninjago and houses a major harbor.
Concert Hall is a stage in Ninjago City. It played a major role in "The Royal Blacksmiths", as it was where the Ninjago Talent Show took place. Some participations included Spin Harmony with Jay, Kai, Zane, and Cole; Tremble Makers with some snakes; a beatboxer; and chorus of seniors. The judges of the talent show were the Talent Show Judges and Pythor.
Grand Sensei Darreth's Mojo Dojo
Grand Sensei Darreth's Mojo Dojo is a karate school belonging to Dareth. It is located in Ninjago City. It is where the Ninja decided to train Lloyd, after Garmadon stole the Destiny's Bounty. It includes punching bags, balance poles, and a table filled with Dareth's fake trophies. Some students there include Jeff and Phil. It was once attempted to be shut down and replaced by a golf course of Darnagom Enterprises, but was paid off by the Ninja, after winning an award in NinjaBall Run.
Kiddie Arcade is an arcade located in Ninjago City. In the front of the arcade an artistic, smiling a statue, holding up a few balloons. Some games at the arcade have a digital version of the Ninjago soundtrack as their song. The arcade also has a Hypnobrai outfit, which Lloyd took. It is unknown if had to buy it, win it, or he stole it. There are two located in Ninjago City, one in the city suburbs and the other near Grand Sensei Dareth's Mojo Dojo.
Ninjago City Aquarium
- "We may not have power, but we still have sharks!"
- ―the manager during a power outage
The Ninjago City Aquarium is an aquarium located in New Ninjago City. The aquarium includes a modernist design, along with a whale logo in the middle. The manager of the aquarium is a man similar to the Ultra Agents version of Solomon Blaze. The aquarium contains sea creatures such as Electro Cobrai and sharks.
Ninjago Doomsday Comix
Ninjago Doomsday Comix is a comic book store located in Ninjago City. Some comics include Daffy Dale, Phoenix Wars, and Starfarer. The manager of the store is Rufus McCallister, aka Mother Doomsday. The shop had once included illume-swords and Zen-eXtreme Ninja gis signed by Jay, Kai, Zane, and Cole.
Ninjago Museum of History
The Ninjago Museum of History is a museum located in Ninjago City. Misako had worked there in the second season. The Serpentine exibit includes false drawings of all the Serpentine tribes, and a golden tomb containing a snake ancestor, which the Serpentine generals stole in "Child's Play". A Giant Stone Warrior had also been dug up there. However, he was thrown back into his hole in "The Stone Army". The gift shop had miniature models of him, which had also come to life. In "Winds of Change", the museum had a banner of the Ninja at the top, and it was revealed that robot models were built there to reenact the Ninja's battles. It was also here that Morro found the Allied Armor of Azure and possessed Lloyd.
In "Day of the Departed" the Ninja are introduced to Dr. Saunders, the museum's curator; Sensei Yang's magic also brings various mannequins of defeated villains to life. In "The Hands of Time" the Ninja help clean up the museum following the events of the Day of the Departed, and Acronix later comes her to meet with Saunders, who is revealed to be Krux. The museum is revealed to conceal a secret lab used by Krux for forty years in his plans to conquer Ninjago.
Stone Army Tomb
The Stone Army Tomb is a tomb beneath Ninjago City, where the Stone Army had once been sealed away. However, the Serpentine get trapped inside there in "The Day Ninjago Stood Still". In "The Curse of the Golden Master", the Serpentine managed to open the tomb, but they decided to live there so they will not get hurt from the Golden Master. However, the amount of Serpentine had been reduced, meaning some may have escaped or died; or the tomb is far bigger.
Temple of Fortitude
The Temple of Fortitude is a temple similar to the Temple of Light located in Ninjago City. It resembles a red temple with a green roof and a dragon head in the middle of the roof. It is a shield which can block Golden Power. It is where Stone Warriors had once hid from the First Spinjitzu Master. It is also where the Ninja got their Armored Robes. Its appearance may be a reference to the real-life temple, Sungyemun, as they are both ancient temples that have been preserved in modern city.
It appears in the set 70728 Battle for Ninjago City.
Wong's Costumes is a costume shop in Ninjago City which the Ninja disguised themselves as pirates in order save Dareth.
The Sky of Ninjago is home to Hot Air Baboons, Light Condors, Cloud Corn, Sunny Flowers, Astro Plants, and the Ultra Dragon.
Ouroborus was a lost city where the Serpentine once lived in. It has a statue of The Great Devourer. In The Snake King, Pythor P. Chumsworth found it by using an underground knob. It reappeared in "Wrong Place, Wrong Time," as Garmadon's base. It also reappeared in "Codename: Arcturus," as Pythor's base where OverBorg created Arcturus that later blasted off into space.
Prime Empire is a video game created by Milton Dyer and taken over by his creation, Unagami. Unagami altered the game so that he could pull people from the real world into the world of Prime Empire. The main area of Prime Empire is a futuristic city inhabited by various players and NPCs, and patrolled by Unagami's ruthless enforcers, the Red Visors.
Terra Karana is a wilderness-themed area of Prime Empire, and one of the areas in which players can attempt to claim a Keytana. It is divided into three stages for players to traverse: the Forest of Discontent, the Cliffs of Hysteria, and the Maze of the Red Dragon. At the start of the area lives Okino, a samurai warrior whose purpose is to guide travelers safely through Terra Karana's perils. These are many and varied, with the Forest of Discontent being home to thorn-launching plants, strangling vines, quicksand-like swampteeth, and deadly pits and insects.
The Pyramid is located in Ouroborus. It is filled with traps such as stone floors, lowering spiked ceilings, wall-mounted arrow launchers, and collapsing ceilings. It is where the Constrictai Fang Blade was once hidden. However, it was mentioned by Cole that Clutch Powers had found it before the Serpentine did.
Samurai X Cave
The Samurai X Cave is Nya's secret base located under a dinosaur skeleton in the Sea of Sand. Inside the skeleton's mouth is a stairway that leads to the cave. The cave has lighting on its sides as well as all the inventions Nya has made. It includes control room, where there are holographic computers. It played a minor role in the third season and played a rather bigger one in the fourth season. In "The Temple on Haunted Hill", it was temporarily under the control of the Ghost warriors.
The Samurai X Cave's name and appearance is a reference to the Batcave. Its role in the fourth season was also a reference to the Justice League TV series, as the Elemental Masters gathered up in the base.
The Sea of Sand
The Sea of Sand is a desert in Ninjago where Ninjago City and Ouroborus are located. The desert itself is empty and only contains bones of old Serpentine. It is also where Nya has her hidden Samurai X cave. It was featured in NinjaBall Run.
Torchfire Mountain is an active volcano located in the Sea of Sand. The lava in the volcano is several billion degrees. It is the only place where the Fang Blades can be destroyed. It is often visited by the Ninjago tour bus. The lava has enough heat to destroy the Four Silver Fang Blades.
Sensei Garmadon's Monastery
Sensei Garmadon's monastery is a monastery owned by Sensei Garmadon. He lives there along with Misako. It has an oriental design, includes candles and appears to have no technology of any kind (except for the computers at Borg Industries which were brought to the monastery for a while). It is located in a village. Garmadon often teaches his students fighting skills, such as the Silent Fist. Although it is Garmadon's, in LEGO Ninjago: The Visual Dictionary, it said it was Wu's.
Sensei Wu's Academy
Sensei Wu's Academy is a several-story boarding school the Ninja own and live in. It is located in the mountains of Ninjago. It was originally named Darkly's Boarding School for Bad Boys, but the building soon became Darkly's Boarding School for Great Children. When the Ninja bought it, it became Sensei Wu's Academy. Since then, girls also entered the school. The teachers of the school are Kai, Jay, Cole, Zane, Nya, Darreth, and Sensei Wu being the headmaster.
Shintaro is a beautiful kingdom, also referred to as "the Ivory City", atop a mountain some distance from the Monastery of Spinjitzu. Built and inhabited by the Sky Folk, Shintaro has a near mythical status among the inhabitants of Ninjago Island, due in no small part to its isolation. In addition, the mountains surrounding it are filled with perils, making any approach to it hazardous. However, those who do reach it are greatly impressed with its beauty and the ingenuity of its inhabitants.
Dungeons of Shintaro
Inside the mountain beneath Shintaro is a vast network of tunnels and caverns, which are inhabited by the Munce and Geckles as well as numerous creatures, many of whom are dangerous. This subterranean realm was once ruled by the cruel Hazza D'ur, a malevolent sorcerer. King Vangelis used stories of his tyranny as justification to bar his people from entering the depths of the mountain. At one point the dungeons were also terrorized by the dragon Grief-Bringer, but it was defeated by Lilly, then Master of Earth. Lilly was subsequently honored by the Munce and Geckles, with whom she left her Blades of Deliverance before departing the mountain.
The dungeons were later entered by a trio of adventurers at the request of King Vangelis, who claimed to want the Skull of Hazza D'ur found and destroyed. However, once it had been delivered to him, Vangelis revealed his intent to make use of the sorcerous artifact, and consigned the three to the depths of the mountain when they protested. Vangelis then adopted the mantle of the Skull Sorcerer, using Hazza D'Ur's magic and the enmity between the Munce and Geckles to enslave members of both races to mine Vengestone from the depths. This was then sold in order to finance the city of Shintaro, a dark secret of which none of its inhabitants but Vangelis were aware.
Spinjago is a village in LEGO Ninjago: Shadow of Ronin. It is where the Ninja's monastery is located in the game. It is currently unknown how the Ninja founded it or decided to train there.
Steep Wisdom is a tea shop started by Sensei Wu during his retirement. It is oriental-style and located in a village. The shop's logo appears to be a blue tea pot. In "The Crooked Path", the Ninja booby trapped the shop to avoid ghost ambushes.
It was featured in the set 70734 Master Wu Dragon.
The Spirit Coves are where Flame, Whisp, Rocky, and Shard had migrated in order to reach adulthood and morph into the Ultra Dragon. It was apparently the birthplace of the four dragons. In Tales from the Monastery of Spinjitzu, the Ultra Dragon returns here after a mission with Lloyd, feeling homesick for the First Realm. With Lloyd's blessing, it departed for the First Realm.
Tomb of the First Spinjitzu Master
The Tomb of the First Spinjitzu Master is grave located under the Endless Ocean, where the The First Spinjitzu Master is buried, as well as the location of his golden staff and the Realm Crystal. However, his tomb is guarded by three deadly traps and riddles, which can be passed by intelligence or the Sword of Sanctuary. The first trap is a room with 15 doors, which all lead to all 15 realms of the Ninjago universe. Each door has a character above it, and statue of the First Spinjitzu Master in the middle. The way to choose the correct door is by going in the center of the room and doing Spinjitzu, allowing the statues to move in the symbol. The correct door is then revealed to be the same door that was the entrance to the room. The next room includes the golden staff of the First Spinjitzu Master, surrounded by booby traps. The way to move forward is to simply fall down a trap door, leading to an underground ice land. Looking into the ice will allow one to see a reflection of themselves in the future. Inside the ice land is a maze, as well as ice which can reproduce once broken off. Under the maze is the skeleton of the First Spinjitzu Master, holding the Realm Crystal, which was later taken by the Ninja.
It appears in the set 70736 Attack of the Morro Dragon.
Tower of Tears
The Tower of Tears is a prison featured in "Stone Cold." It is where Sensei Wu once prisoned great villians of Ninjago. However, Lord Garmadon destroyed it after many years, releasing the sinister enemies to Ninjago once more.
The Toxic Bogs is a forest with trees and vines. The ground is muddy and is bog is filled with smelly, acid lakes that can burn through objects and people. The only creatures that can survive in the acid lakes, being Serpentine. The Toxic Borgs are where the Venomari Tomb is located. The only creatures seen to be living there are frogs and the Venomari.
Valley of Despair
The Valley of Despair is a location seen in LEGO Dimensions. It is a valley, where the Caves of Despair are located.
Valley of the Serpentine
The Valley of the Serpentine is the former homeland of the Serpentine, during and before the childhoods of Wu and Garmadon. Accodring to an ancient treaty, humans were forbidden to enter it, just as Serpentine were forbidden to enter human territory. Wu and Garmadon broke this rule and were arrested by the soldiers of King Mambo, but set free by Aspheera. Aspheera later took over the valley after being taught Spinjitzu by Wu, but was defeated and imprisoned in the Desert of Doom.
The Venomari Tomb is where the Venomari were sealed away. It is a cave located in the Toxic Bogs. Sound often echoes in the cave. It was featured in LEGO Ninjago: Shadow of Ronin as the Ninja traveled there to receive a nearly extinct fruit known as the "inky lemonberry".
The Wailing Alps is the tallest mountain in Ninjago, being ten miles high. The temperature of the alps are very cold, as the Ninja wore eskimo hoods while climbing up there. Due to its unstable and slippery slops, the ghost and Ninja used mechs to climb it up. Above it is the Blind Man's eye, the portal to the Cloud Kingdom. The Wailing Alps might be a Ninjago version of the Swiss Alps, or the Himalayas.
Wildwood Forest is a dense forest near the Mountain of Impossible Height. It is where Lloyd commanded the Hypnobrai to built a treehouse. However, the Ninja destroyed it. It appeared in the first few episodes.
Ninjago is one of fourteen-originally sixteen, before the destructions of the Preeminent and Djinjago-realms which may be traveled between by various methods. These realms are often wildly different from Ninjago in terms of both appearance, properties, and inhabitants. Fantastic or horrific creatures and plants may be found across the realms, though several are also known to be home to humans or human-like beings.
The Cloud Kingdom is a realm hidden in the skies above Ninjago, which can be only accessed through a portal in the center of Blind Man's Eye, reachable via Airjitzu on top of the Wailing Alps. The architecture of the kingdom is a cross between ancient Japanese and Roman architecture. In the Cloud Kingdom, boats have the ability to fly and hover in midair. On the top of its main building is the home to the Sword of Sanctuary. In the center level of the main building, there are scribes who writes every event and prophecy in Ninjago before they come to pass.
The Cursed Realm is a realm that is used as the worst punishment for someone. In "Spellbound", it was revealed that the Anacondrai generals had been banished to the Cursed Realm after losing the Serpentine War. In "The Day of the Dragon", Clouse tried banishing Garmadon into the realm, but got himself banished instead. In "The Corridor of Elders", Garmadon banished himself into the Cursed Ream, freeing the ghost of the Anacondrai generals.
Realm of Madness
The Realm of Madness is a realm of dark power. It is where Garmadon got four arms, allowing him to possess the Golden Weapons. The only three ways of getting there are to draw the Golden Weapons near each other and enter the portal to the world, use Traveler's Tea, or use the Realm Crystal. It has Mud Monsters and Craglings. It has a portal to Ninjago, located on top of the Mountain of Madness.
The Departed Realm is a location mentioned, but not visited, in the "Day of the Departed" special. It is where the spirits of all beings-including Nindroids and Stone Army soldiers-travel upon their death. Using his own magic and the power of the Yin-Yang Eclipse, Sensei Yang was able to release the spirits of Samukai, General Kozu, General Cryptor, Master Chen, and Morro from this realm. He also infused weapons carried by the five and a staff later claimed by Pythor with magic that would allow them to send a living being to the Departed Realm-for the fallen villains, this would allow them to remain in Ninjago beyond the duration of the eclipse, returning to life. The villains subsequently summoned the spirits of several fallen henchmen to aid them in their efforts, but all of them-with the exception of Morro-were eventually defeated and returned to the Departed Realm.
Morro chose not to seek vengeance, and instead warned the Ninja of Yang's plan before voluntarily returning to the Departed Realm. According to Cryptor, Dr. Julien was also in the Departed Realm, incidating that the realm was the home of all the departed and not just beings of evil. The Sons of Garmadon later gathered the Oni Masks in order to bring Garmadon back from the Departed Realm. However, the properties of the masks resulted in the return of Garmadon in a villainous guise, rather than as the hero he had been when he perished.
In The Kaiju Protocol, Wu and P.I.X.A.L. accidentally opened a portal to the Departed Realm while attempting to reach the Never Realm. This allowed the Preeminent to escape and attack Ninjago, though fortunately it was quickly defeated and returned to the Departed Realm.
Djinjago was a world that is inhabited by the Djinn race. The architecture of its kingdom slightly resembles Taj Mahal. After the destruction of the Cursed Realm, Djinjago was affected and also destroyed, due to their nature as "sister realm[s]".
The First Realm, also known as the Realm of Oni and Dragons, is a realm outside of Ninjago, and presumably the first to be created. It is inhabited by Dragons and Oni and was the original home of the First Spinjitzu Master. Born with both the Dragons' power of Creation and the Oni power of Destruction, the Master was caught up in the conflict between the two groups and departed for Ninjago. Centuries later Wu and the first four Ninja were transported here following the return of Lord Garmadon.
The Never-Realm is a realm far removed from Ninjago; the First Spinjitzu Master visited it on only one occasion, and only just managed to make his way back home. Afterwards, he spoke of it it to Wu on only one occasion, warning him against ever attempting to travel there. At some point Aspheera learned of its existence, and intended to send Wu there in payment for what she saw as his betrayal. Zane ended up being sent there in Wu's place, prompting the other Ninja to travel there to rescue him.
Due to being sent to the past by Aspheera, Zane spent decades in the Never-Realm. Due to the machinations of Vex, Zane lost his memory and became the Ice Emperor, a tyrant who terrorized the realm and its inhabitants with his corrupted ice and Blizzard Samurai. Most of the Never-Realm's human residents were either frozen or forced to move south as a result of the increasing cold. However, after the Ninja arrived, Zane was able to regain his memories and reversed the effects of his powers, returning the Never-Realm to its former peaceful state.
Great Lake is a lake in the Never-Realm that is home to the village of the Ice Fishers, a tribe of hunters and fishermen. The center of village life is the Hearthfire, a sacred flame that has burned long and brought warmth to the villagers. It was the last fire to survive the coming of the Ice Emperor's cold winter, and the Ice Fishers dared not leave it for they could not kindle another. The Ninja later came to the village after their arrival in the Never-Realm, and sought the aid of village elder Sorla to find their missing friend Zane.
Having learned of their arrival, the Ice Emperor sent a force of Blizzard Samurai to attack the newcomers under the command of Grimfax. The Ninja proved too much for his warriors, but Grimfax succeeded in extinguishing the Hearthfire. However, after he fled, Kai was able to reignite the fire using his elemental power. The Ninja remained in the village for some time, with Lloyd leaving his teammates to defend it while he made his way to the Ice Castle.
Unfortuantely, the Ice Fisher village was attaced by Boreal, the Ice Emperor's dragon, and its inhabitants were frozen despite Kai's efforts to defend them. Fortunately, the Ice Emperor was soon awakened to his true identity, and he freed all those who had been trapped by his dark ice. The Ice Fishers, grateful, then helped the Ninja to return home to Ninjago.
The Formlings' Village was a village located in woodlands in the Never-Realm, which was home to the Formlings. It was attacked by Boreal and its inhabitants-except for Akita and Kataru-frozen in place. As such, the place was regarded as cursed, and the idea of taking shelter there was rejected by one of the Ice Fishers. Zane later freed the village from his powers, and the Formlings joined the former Blizzard Samurai in exiling Vex, the ex-Formling who had started the conflict.
Krag's Mountain is a large peak near the Great Lake that was home to Krag and his fellow creatures. Sadly, it was attacked by Blizzard Samurai, and ultimately Krag was left its sole inhabitant. Cole later visited the mountain in search of the Traveler's Tree, and was befriended by Krag. At Cole's invitation, Krag later left the mountain and came to dwell in the village of the Ice Fishers on Great Lake.
Aside from the tree, the mountain's most notable feature was a series of caverns where Krag-and his people before their fall-made their home. It included a number of beds, and a memorial consisting of rocks covered with blue flowers.
The Traveler's Tree is a magical tree, and from its leaves can be brewed Traveler's Tea, a substance that allows travel between the Realms. Its fruit also possesses great power, enough to enable travelers from the Never-Realm to reach Ninjago. The fruit is used as food by Krag, but humans-or at least Cole-find it repulsive.
The Underworld is where Lord Garmadon, Samukai and many other old Ninjago villians were banished. It is home to various skeletal-creatures, decayed vegetation, and huge spiders. Grave Island is located here, as is Garmadon's Dark Fortress, which is protected by his giant Bone Spider. Previous guests to his fortress include Samukai, King of the Underworld, Frakjaw, Bonezai, Chopov, Krazi and Bob the Barbarian. A ferris wheel was also built there by the Ninja.
- Ninjago was first imagined to be Japan in the LEGO multiverse, but it was then revealed Ninjago is an independent earth-like planet.
- In Episode 55, the narration of a news anchor reveals Ninjago is a nation.
- Ninjago City and Stiix are so far the only urban areas in the world, which leads to many questions about the population of Ninjago.
- However in "The Corridor of Elders", when Jay is speaking to rally up the people of Ninjago to fight back against the Anacondrai, he states that their cities and villages are falling, which also implies there may be other cities as well.
- In the "Weapons of Destiny", when the Ninja's previous lives appeared in flashbacks, Jay attempted to fly a glider off of a skyscraper in a city. Later on, he states how he's always wanted to come to Ninjago City. This may also prove there is another major city in Ninjago, or it was a memory error on the part of the writers.
- The ninja always yell "Ninja GO!" before performing Spinjitzu, while the world goes by the same name, but smashed together and pronounced differently. (Nin-jah-go).
- A train once appeared in an episode, but as an old-fashioned steam locomotive, likely from the 1950s. Where it was going remains unknown, leaving speculation that other cities must exist. Ninjago City is home to many subways, and a monorail. In "The Greatest Fear of All", a railroad crossing appeared outside of Ninjago City beside a tunnel.
- Planes are mentioned, but never appear (except for Jay's Storm Fighter, Kai's Fighter Jet, Cole's Boulder Blaster and jet fighters that patrolled Ninjago City in Rebooted).
- Normal helicopters now take the place of Hovercopters.
- Ninjago was created by the First Spinjitzu Master with the Four Golden Weapons, although the Golden Weapons were forged at the Golden Peaks. It was also mentioned that the gold of the Golden Weapons was taken from the Temple of Light. It is unknown, and will most likely remain unknown how they existed before the creation of Ninjago.
- In "The Void", after crashing onto the comet, the Ninja take a lunar rover to find the Nindroids and the Golden Weapons. If such a vehicle exists, this may imply Ninjago's history somewhat follows ours, and that the moon has been reached by humans.
- The Moon also has the exact crater formations as in real life. This could also be so for undeveloped animation.
- Although 'no other land exists outside of Ninjago', Ninjago City has its own harbor, which technically makes it a trading city for other landmasses.
- Karlof mentioning he hails from "Metalonia" implies that there is more to the world, however this could also be a region of Ninjago proper.
- Despite having television and cell phones, satellites are not mentioned, nor seen in the episode "The Void".
- In "The Greatest Fear of All", Nya informs the Ninja and the other Elemental Masters of Anacondrai-loaded trucks splitting up to what she describes as densely-populated villages around Ninjago City.
- Also in "The Greatest Fear of All", Nya mentions the Anacondrai have 'Taken over the entire Eastern Seaboard', which in real life is the entire east coast of the United States.
- Also in the "The Corridor of Elders", there are a few different views of a map of Ninjago in the rebuilt Destiny's Bounty, which once again takes the shape of the land back in Season Two, although it differed in Season Three. Still, the map changed view and only showed the northern parts of the land, not enough to make anything out.
- In Episode 56, a small satellite picture of Ninjago itself sits on the wall behind Misako.
- In Episode 58, a map behind the police chief reveals the southern end of Ninjago that curves westward is actually a string of islands.
- In "The Royal Blacksmiths", Cole stated that the Constrictai Fang Blade had found by Clutch Powers. However, it is unknown how Clutch managed to visit the world of Ninjago.
- According to LEGO Dimensions, there are various portals throughout LEGO worlds, that allow you to travel to other worlds in the LEGO Multiverse. However, it is still unconfirmed where the portals to Ninjago are.
- In the episode Stiix and Stones, while in Ronin's shop, Kai is visibly seen looking at a shelf with an old globe of the real-life Earth but doesn't notice it. This could be for lack of care in rendering a globe of Ninjago's planet, or Earth is accidentally confirmed as another realm in the LEGO multiverse.
- The real-life version of Earth could be another realm accessible by the Realm Crystal, much like Chima is, and may explain Clutch Powers' presence in Ninjago.
- If you look closely on the globe Kai stood next to in Stiix and Stones, one can see that the entire west coast of the United States is broken off of the mainland. In real life this is a vintage world map, and was because the actual west coast had not been discovered yet and was assumed Baja California was an island, not a peninsula.
- Although the portals to the Cloud Kingdom, Dark Continent, Underworld, and Cursed Realm have been seen; it is unknown where the portal to the Land of Chima is located or can be opened, without using the Realm Crystal.
- Though actual dates are not known in Ninjago, it's New Year takes place in July, when the episode it was announced on aired. This proves holidays are different in Ninjago, although in a previous episode, Kai mentioned Santa Claus.
- Which is a bit strange, since Tommy Andreasen confirmed that Christmas does not exist in Ninjago.
- In Episode 55, Kai uses a smartphone to tell people he is at the Ninjago City hospital and Nya asks "Are you sending a chirp?!", implying there is a Ninjago-equivalent of Twitter.
- Dareth now works for NGTV as a commercial supervisor and is likely well-known to Ninjago by this point.
- Borg Industries still has systems around Ninjago City, such as information kiosks.
- Ninjago City Police officers have tasers, as seen in episode 56, and actual pistols as seen in episode 58.
- In later episodes, it is revealed that normal guns, such as musket pistols and shotguns as well as laser rifles exist in Ninjago.
- Jamanakai Village, for some reason, is now located in Ninjago City instead of on a remote mountainside.
- In episode 57, a prisoner scolds Cole then says "What's earth anyway?" before walking away. This may imply that Ninjago's planet isn't called Earth by it's inhabitants.
- Before Ninjago City's massive skyline existed, it appeared much like a normal village, but also the region was snowy rather than desert.