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Queen Vania, formerly Princess Vania, is a Ninjago Minifigure released in 2020.


Vania has unique printing on both sides of her head, her torso, and legs. Her hairpiece is a gold recast of Part 28321.

Vania’s nonphysical variants, in which she wears formal dresses, feature an alternative hairpiece. This piece is a gold version of Part 64807, which doesn’t currently exist as a physical part.


Master of the Mountain

Vania is the daughter of King Vangelis of Shintaro, and grew up with a pet Shintaran Ridgeback dragon named Chompy. As a child, she was present when the adventurers Fungus, Korgran, and Plundar had an audience with her father, who sent them to find the Skull of Hazza D'ur. In Shintaro, the Ninja receive an invitation to her birthday celebrations.

In Into the Dark, Vania greets the Ninja and Wu upon their arrival, and reveals that she asked her father to invite them. Vania proves to be an avid fan of their exploits, and soon befriends Cole. Lloyd, however, is still smarting from his encounters with Harumi, and thus distrusts this new princess.


Spoiler warning: Plot or ending details follow.

In Master of the Sea, Cole returns to Shintaro and asks Vania to safeguard the Storm Amulet. Vania quickly agrees, ordering Hailmar to secure it in a vault with a doubled guard. Unfortunately, none of the trio realize that the artifact is a fake, the real one having been stolen by Kalmaar. In The Turn of the Tide, Vania and several other residents of Shintaro join the crowd at the Monastery of Spinjitzu who join together in honor of Nya's recent sacrifice in the battle to stop Wojira.

Spoilers end here.



Gallery of Variants

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  • Vania's name is Spanish for "truth"[1]