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Wasted True Potential is the ninety-ninth episode of Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitzu, and the first episode of season eleven. It is also the first eleven-minute Ninjago episode.
At the Monastery of Spinjitzu, Zane receives a troubling vision in which a mysteriousSerpentine appears at the Monastery in search of revenge. Further scenes include armies marching, a forbidding figure on a throne, and a dragon breathing ice across an already cold land. He is awakened by Jay, who informs him that Cole is about to beat his high score on a video game. Though Zane reminds him that his visions have always come true in the past, Jay brushes it off, and after Cole beats the high score the Ninja decide to celebrate. The Ninja go to soak in their hot tub-actually an ancient bell filled with water and heated by Kai-only to be approached by an irate Master Wu.
Furious that the Ninja have once again become complacent in the months following their latest victory, he decides to put them to the test. After forcing them to confront a lightning chicken-a small but dangerous creature whose speed and aggression forced the first Monastery monks to become Ninja-he sets various booby traps around the monastery. Eventually growing tired of the constant peril, the group asks Wu how they can prove to him that they haven't gone soft. His response is to challenge all six of them to a fight, in which their decline in both physical ability and elemental power control becomes evident. Wu handily defeats them all, and then sics the lightning chicken on them once again.