My but this forum is light on topics.
So if my calculations are correct, as of the Day of the Departed special eight of the Ninjago series' Sixteen Realms have been identified:
- The Underworld
- The Dark Realm (where Lord Garmadon got his extra arms)
- The Cursed Realm (destroyed)
- Cloud Kingdom
- Djinnjago (destroyed)
- The Departed Realm
As a result, there are eight realms that are as yet unaccounted for, though of course we may see more as the Hageman brothers see fit to use them as a plot device. Until we do, however, there's plenty of speculation to be made as to what the remaining eight realms might consist of. Personally, based on my own preferences and my assessments of Lego in general, I could see the following:
- Knighton-Nexo Knights seems to have replaced Chima, so it would make sense that it would have it's own realm.
- DC Super Heroes-whether or not Super Hero Girls would be included or be it's own separate thing is up for debate.
- Marvel Super Heroes
- Star Wars-goes without saying that, as one of Lego's most popular and expansive themes, it would get it's own realm.
- Middle Earth-what with two video games (not counting Dimensions) and numerous sets, it seems like it would have one.
- Harry Potter-again, Lego's done a lot with it.
- Elvendale/Heartlake City World-given their similar minifigure types, it would make sense for them to share a world.
Given the season one reference to Clutch Powers, I would imagine that the Lego City theme fits into Ninjago, along with the likes of Lego Atlantis. Any other themes would probably be bunched in with these realms or else could be described as additional ones beyond the "cluster" if you will of sixteen that includes Ninjago. Of course, the loss of two realms does also open it up to where there could be space for an additional two to fill the void.
Edited by Wiriamu, Feb 07 2017 - 11:02 PM.