They have the ability to reform immediately after being defeated in battle. [6], The Ninjago series was animated in Copenhagen, Denmark, by Wil Film ApS for the first ten seasons, subtitled "Masters of Spinjitzu".

[N 71] At night, Lloyd follows a mysterious figure out of the palace and discovers that it is Harumi in disguise. The introduction of 2D animation and the change in runtime from 22-minutes per episode to 11-minutes per episode were also high points of criticism and concern among fans, resulting in the season being the most divisive one yet for the series. It was written by the Hageman brothers, who also wrote the story for The Lego Movie. Lloyd refuses to listen, believing that his father can't be trusted. Strangely enough, Ninjago has been in a state of lasting peace. [N 15], While planning ways to stop the Ninja, Garmadon decides to create clones of them. The Overlord is revealed to be the dark lord from the prophecy, rather than Garmadon. Then we realise when he actually becomes invisible, the team doesn’t function the same way without him. On the way they encounter Chain Master Wrayth and learn that ghosts can be defeated with water. The Ninjago writers have ensured that children are able to relate to the main characters by making them teenage heroes, and this has made them consistently popular with young children. Forty years before the beginning of Season 7, the Hands of Time are supposedly lost in the time vortex, but reappear at the start of the season. Like Toxikita, he originally came from Ultra Agents, where he was called Invizable. Nadakhan grants Clouse three wishes and uses them to trap him inside the teapot. ", Ninjago, Season 12, Episode 2 "Dyer Island", Ninjago, Season 12, Episode 3 "Level Thirteen", Ninjago, Season 12, Episode 4 "Superstar Rockin' Jay", Ninjago, Season 12, Episode 8 "The Maze of the Red Dragon", Ninjago, Season 12, Episode 10 "Racer Seven", Ninjago, Season 12, Episode 11 "The Speedway Five-Billion", Ninjago, Season 12, Episode 12 "Stop, Drop and Side Scroll", Ninjago, Season 12, Episode 13 "Ninjago Confidential", Ninjago, Season 12, Episode 14 "The Prodigal Father", Ninjago, Season 12, Episode 15 "The Temple of Madness", Ninjago, Season 12, Episode 16 "Game Over", Ninjago, Season 13, Episode 2 "Into the Dark", Ninjago, Season 13, Episode 3 "The Worst Rescue Ever", Ninjago, Season 13, Episode 4 "The Two Blades", Ninjago, Season 13, Episode 5 "Queen of the Munce", Ninjago, Season 13, Episode 6 "Trial By Mino", Ninjago, Season 13, Episode 7 "The Skull Sorcerer", Ninjago, Season 13, Episode 8 "The Real Fall", Ninjago, Season 13, Episode 9 "Dungeon Party! You follow the characters’ development, it allows a form of natural evolution as you go through the stories. The series boasts a large number of secondary characters, who make recurring appearances throughout the series. The film revolves around Lloyd defending Ninjago City from his evil father, Lord Garmadon, who makes regular attempts to conquer Ninjago City with the help of his Shark Army.