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  1. Hi, guys! If anyone likes Ninjago's first TV season in 2012, which is about the Serpentine causing chaos and awakening the Great Devourer, let's celebrate the 5th anniversary of the season. I am not just talking about the season. I'm talking about the sets that the season is based on. So, yeah, happy 5th anniversary to the season! First, I'll tell the plot of the season: The season has 13 22-mintue episodes. It starts off with Ninja, who are Kai, Cole, Jay, and Zane, encountering their archenemy, Lord Garmadon's son named Lloyd Garmadon, who is doing evil pranks on people, but the Ninja stop humiliate him. This causes Lloyd to get revenge on them, so he walks to a snowy environment, where he finds and opens a tomb. In there, he unleashes one of five tribes of evil snake-based people called the Serpentine, the Hypnobrai, to attack village where the Ninja stopped him earlier. The snakes hypnotize people in the village and stole candy for Lloyd. One of the Hypnobrai named Skales is not fond of the idea, but the tribe's general, Slithraa, tells Skales, who is his second-in-command, to obey him. This is because Slithraa was trying to hypnotize Lloyd earlier, but Lloyd accidentally used an ice wall to reflect Slithraa's hypnotism back to Slithraa, making him obedient to Lloyd. The Ninja defeat the tribe by stealing their staff to use the anti-venom in there to cure the hypnotized people. Later on, Lloyd has the tribe build a tree-house-like fortress for him, but the Ninja stop them by destroying the unfinished fortress. The tribe gets their staff back, makes Skales their new general, has Slithraa obey Skales, and kicks Lloyd out of their tomb, but Lloyd got a map to the other tribes before that. Lloyd then unleashes another tribe called the Fangpyre, who can turn anything into snakes by biting them like vampires, to cause more trouble, but the Ninja stop them. Later, Lloyd has the Fangpyre fight the Hypnobrai for revenge, but the tribes instead ally each other and want to overthrow Lloyd. After Lloyd escaped from them, he opens a tomb of another tribe called the Anacondrai, who are said to be most feared and powerful of the tribes. However, he discovers that all but one Anacondrai are killed because of hunger, as he sees the last of the Anacondrai named Pythor P. Chumsworth, who is a snake with a long neck who can turn invisible and was the tribe's general. Lloyd and Pythor team up to commit little crimes in a village. They then attacks a school that rejected Lloyd before the time where he unleashed the Hypnobrai. The Ninja go to stop them. Pythor betrays Lloyd by stealing the map from and lets him get captured by the Ninja. The Ninja's sensei, Wu, who is Lloyd's uncle and Lord Garmadon's younger brother, teaches him to reform. Pythor uses the map to find and unleash the last two tribes, which are the Constrictai, who can dig through ground and choke their victims, and the Venomari, who can make people hallucinate by spitting venom into their eyes. The Ninja learn that Pythor plans to unite the tribes to find blades called the Fangblades, which can unleash a snake-like monster called the Great Devourer that can cause destruction upon the land of Ninjago. A new hero called Samurai X shows up to help the Ninja fight the Serpentine, and this hero is actually Kai's sister, Nya, using this as a superhero-like identity. The Serpentine kidnap Lloyd, which makes Wu go find and have Lord Garmadon help him and the Ninja fight the Serpentine and rescue Lloyd. When Lord Garmadon was found in an alternate world, he has four arms. He never wanted Lloyd to be a villain like him, and it is revealed that when he was a kid, he was used to be good-hearted until the Great Devourer, as a young snake, bit him with a magic venom that turned him evil. Garmadon still has a good conscious, so he wants to save Lloyd, who he cares. Meanwhile, the Ninja learn to unlock their true potential to use their elemental powers by expressing their hearts meaningfully (Zane has ice powers, Jay lightning, Cole earth, and Kai fire). Along the way, Zane is revealed to be a robot that the Ninja called a Nindroid. After all of the Ninja unlocked their true potentials, the good guys discover that Lloyd is a legendary hero called the Green Ninja, who is destined to fight his father in the future, even though that the Ninja originally thought that one of them was going to become the Green Ninja. After the Serpentine found the Fangblades, the good guys steal the blades from them while Lloyd is sad that Garmadon left him. Later, Pythor steals back the blades and goes to the Serpentine's ancient city to unleash the Devourer, which is giant, powerful, and can eat anything to grow bigger. The Ninja, along with Nya, Lloyd, and their pet called the Ultra-Dragon, which is a combined form of their dragons, try to stop the Devourer from destroying a city called Ninjago City, but it is unstoppable. However, Garmadon is the only one to use all four magical weapons called the Golden Weapons of Spinjitzu and the Devourer has a weak spot on its head, so the Ninja give Garmadon the Weapons and traps the monster, so Garmadon can hit its weak spot in order to defeat it. After he did so, the snake explodes into a tsunami of green goo that covered the city. Garmadon left with the Weapons, and Lloyd knows that he will face him, but the Ninja ensure that they will train him. To celebrate, let me ask you this: What are your fond memories about the season and the sets and/or what do you like about them? For me, well, they are very good. The first season shows the Ninja's character development more. It's cool and weird that Zane is a robot, which expands why he behaves weirdly. Jay wants to show Nya that he loves her (You can remember that moment from the pilot episodes in 2011). Cole needs to impress his dad when his dad expected him to be a dancer. Kai, well, is always hot-headed, but he learns that caring for people is a bigger priority than getting a special object. It's cool that Nya is a genius in mechanics, and becomes Samurai X and makes a mech to become her own hero. She like Iron Man from Marvel. She does try to help the boys out. The Ninja's NRG forms and them having elemental powers are awesome! They're like Ninjago' own Toa from Bionicle. It's interesting that Lloyd first starts off as the show's equivalent to Bowser Jr. from Mario video games when he is the son of an archenemy and wants to be like him, but he becomes more like Luke Skywalker from Star Wars when he has to become a hero to defeat his father, even though that he doesn't like this. I feel bad that Lloyd was captured by the Serpentine, being left out, and the Serpentine betraying. He was quite unlucky. But, I'm glad that he reformed and is saved by the Ninja and Garmadon. Sensei Wu is a good character, and he is cool when he can use a magic tea to travel between worlds. He feels bad that the Great Devourer turned his brother evil long ago. That's quite interesting. The Serpentine are very cool and funny. Pythor and Skales are great as villains because they are great at planning. It's interesting that each Serpentine tribe has ranks that go, from lowest to highest, from Scouts to Soldiers, then Warriors, then Generals, has unique powers and other abilities, and is based on a kind of snake. The Generals look epic because of snake tails and staffs. Good thing that there are anti-venom in the staffs that can undo the effects of the serpentine's powers. Garmadon is a cool character, as he has four arms and can hold all four Golden Weapons without getting destroyed by them (Samukai was the victim). He is a good and interesting character because he was used to be a good-hearted human who got bitten by the Great Devourer, which turned him into an evil villain. However, Garmadon still has a good conscious, so he cares about his son and doesn't want him to be evil, so he agrees to help the Ninja save Lloyd from the Serpentine during the time. Sadly, Lloyd feels bad that Garmadon left him, and Garmadon doesn't want to fight Lloyd when he becomes the Green Ninja, either. Speaking of the Green Ninja, it's cool that there's a legendary fifth Ninja, which is Lloyd. It's neat to see the skeletons from the 2011 storyline again, as Garmadon gets them to help him fight the Serpentine. The Great Devourer is very cool because it can eat stuff to become bigger and stronger. The Ultra-Dragon is awesome because it is a combination of the Ninja's four dragons. It's super-cool that the Golden Weapons can transform into vehicles that the Ninja can drive. I feel bad that the Hypnobrai The toys for the season are very cool. I like the new Spinjitzu spinners, new weapon packs, the Fangpyre vehicles, the Ninja's new vehicles, the Samurai Mech, the Ultra-Dragon, and the Great Devourer. The snake-like designs on the Serpentine vehicles look amazing. Sadly, there's no spinner or pack for Snike, who is a Constrictai Scout. When I heard that there two cancelled sets, which are the Serpentine Train and Lloyd's tree house fortress, I feel sad about them. IT would be cool if they are actually released as sets. The Ultra-Dragon could've have the colors of the dragons that it is made of. The Ninja's vehicles are awesome, and I like the Ultra-Sonic Raider the best! The Devourer looks menacing. The Fangblades look cool. So guys, what are your fond memories of the storyline, what do you like about it, what's your favorite 2012 set, favorite character(s) in the storyline, favorite moment in the storyline, what things remind you of the storyline, and/or how would you celebrate it? For me, well, my favorite characters are Cole, Lloyd, Jay, Zane, Nya, Pythor, Lord Garmadon, and Skales, and my favorite sets are Cole's vehicle, the Fangpyre Truck, the Rattlecopter, Destiny's Bounty, the Samurai Mech, the Ultra-Sonic Raider, and Epic Dragon Battle. The things that remind me are: 1. The Avengers movie in 2012. 2. That snake guy from Ben 10: Alien Force and Ben 10: Ultimate Alien 3. The Lizard from The Amazing Spider-Man movie in 2012. 4. Iron Man from Marvel (Nya) 5. Karai's snake form from Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles in 2012 6. The Toa from Bionicle (The Ninja) 7. Luke Skywalker and Darth Vader's relationship from Star Wars (Lloyd and his dad) 8. Mark Surge and Voltix from Hero Factory (Jay) 9. Electro from Marvel and The Amazing Spider-Man 2 in 2014 (Jay) 10. That evil snake guy name Lyric from Sonic Boom video games in 2014. 11. The Midgard Serpent from Marvel 12. Snake-based villains from Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes 13. Jafar from Disney's Aladdin movie in 1992. 14. That snake-like Constructicon from Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen in 2009 15. That giant and drilling snake-like creature from Transformers: Dark of the Moon in 2011 16. The nagas from The Secret Saturdays. 17. That evil cobra from Kung Fu Panda: Legends of Awesome-ness. 18. Hex's snake form from Ben 10 in 2016 or 2017. 19. Cobrax from Mixels. 20. Bowser and Bowser Jr. from Mario (Lord Garmadon and Lloyd Garmadon) 21. Hero Factory’s 2012 storyline - villains breaking out to cause chaos (the Serpentine)
  2. Hi, guys! If anyone likes Ninjago's first TV season in 2012, which is about the Serpentine causing chaos and awakening the Great Devourer, let's celebrate the 5th anniversary of the season. I am not just talking about the season. I'm talking about the sets that the season is based on. So, yeah, happy 5th anniversary to the season! First, I'll tell the plot of the season: The season has 13 22-mintue episodes. It starts off with Ninja, who are Kai, Cole, Jay, and Zane, encountering their archenemy, Lord Garmadon's son named Lloyd Garmadon, who is doing evil pranks on people, but the Ninja stop humiliate him. This causes Lloyd to get revenge on them, so he walks to a snowy environment, where he finds and opens a tomb. In there, he unleashes one of five tribes of evil snake-based people called the Serpentine, the Hypnobrai, to attack village where the Ninja stopped him earlier. The snakes hypnotize people in the village and stole candy for Lloyd. One of the Hypnobrai named Skales is not fond of the idea, but the tribe's general, Slithraa, tells Skales, who is his second-in-command, to obey him. This is because Slithraa was trying to hypnotize Lloyd earlier, but Lloyd accidentally used an ice wall to reflect Slithraa's hypnotism back to Slithraa, making him obedient to Lloyd. The Ninja defeat the tribe by stealing their staff to use the anti-venom in there to cure the hypnotized people. Later on, Lloyd has the tribe build a tree-house-like fortress for him, but the Ninja stop them by destroying the unfinished fortress. The tribe gets their staff back, makes Skales their new general, has Slithraa obey Skales, and kicks Lloyd out of their tomb, but Lloyd got a map to the other tribes before that. Lloyd then unleashes another tribe called the Fangpyre, who can turn anything into snakes by biting them like vampires, to cause more trouble, but the Ninja stop them. Later, Lloyd has the Fangpyre fight the Hypnobrai for revenge, but the tribes instead ally each other and want to overthrow Lloyd. After Lloyd escaped from them, he opens a tomb of another tribe called the Anacondrai, who are said to be most feared and powerful of the tribes. However, he discovers that all but one Anacondrai are killed because of hunger, as he sees the last of the Anacondrai named Pythor P. Chumsworth, who is a snake with a long neck who can turn invisible and was the tribe's general. Lloyd and Pythor team up to commit little crimes in a village. They then attacks a school that rejected Lloyd before the time where he unleashed the Hypnobrai. The Ninja go to stop them. Pythor betrays Lloyd by stealing the map from and lets him get captured by the Ninja. The Ninja's sensei, Wu, who is Lloyd's uncle and Lord Garmadon's younger brother, teaches him to reform. Pythor uses the map to find and unleash the last two tribes, which are the Constrictai, who can dig through ground and choke their victims, and the Venomari, who can make people hallucinate by spitting venom into their eyes. The Ninja learn that Pythor plans to unite the tribes to find blades called the Fangblades, which can unleash a snake-like monster called the Great Devourer that can cause destruction upon the land of Ninjago. A new hero called Samurai X shows up to help the Ninja fight the Serpentine, and this hero is actually Kai's sister, Nya, using this as a superhero-like identity. The Serpentine kidnap Lloyd, which makes Wu go find and have Lord Garmadon help him and the Ninja fight the Serpentine and rescue Lloyd. When Lord Garmadon was found in an alternate world, he has four arms. He never wanted Lloyd to be a villain like him, and it is revealed that when he was a kid, he was used to be good-hearted until the Great Devourer, as a young snake, bit him with a magic venom that turned him evil. Garmadon still has a good conscious, so he wants to save Lloyd, who he cares. Meanwhile, the Ninja learn to unlock their true potential to use their elemental powers by expressing their hearts meaningfully (Zane has ice powers, Jay lightning, Cole earth, and Kai fire). Along the way, Zane is revealed to be a robot that the Ninja called a Nindroid. After all of the Ninja unlocked their true potentials, the good guys discover that Lloyd is a legendary hero called the Green Ninja, who is destined to fight his father in the future, even though that the Ninja originally thought that one of them was going to become the Green Ninja. After the Serpentine found the Fangblades, the good guys steal the blades from them while Lloyd is sad that Garmadon left him. Later, Pythor steals back the blades and goes to the Serpentine's ancient city to unleash the Devourer, which is giant, powerful, and can eat anything to grow bigger. The Ninja, along with Nya, Lloyd, and their pet called the Ultra-Dragon, which is a combined form of their dragons, try to stop the Devourer from destroying a city called Ninjago City, but it is unstoppable. However, Garmadon is the only one to use all four magical weapons called the Golden Weapons of Spinjitzu and the Devourer has a weak spot on its head, so the Ninja give Garmadon the Weapons and traps the monster, so Garmadon can hit its weak spot in order to defeat it. After he did so, the snake explodes into a tsunami of green goo that covered the city. Garmadon left with the Weapons, and Lloyd knows that he will face him, but the Ninja ensure that they will train him. To celebrate, let me ask you this: What are your fond memories about the season and the sets and/or what do you like about them? For me, well, they are very good. The first season shows the Ninja's character development more. It's cool and weird that Zane is a robot, which expands why he behaves weirdly. Jay wants to show Nya that he loves her (You can remember that moment from the pilot episodes in 2011). Cole needs to impress his dad when his dad expected him to be a dancer. Kai, well, is always hot-headed, but he learns that caring for people is a bigger priority than getting a special object. It's cool that Nya is a genius in mechanics, and becomes Samurai X and makes a mech to become her own hero. She like Iron Man from Marvel. She does try to help the boys out. The Ninja's NRG forms and them having elemental powers are awesome! They're like Ninjago' own Toa from Bionicle. It's interesting that Lloyd first starts off as the show's equivalent to Bowser Jr. from Mario video games when he is the son of an archenemy and wants to be like him, but he becomes more like Luke Skywalker from Star Wars when he has to become a hero to defeat his father, even though that he doesn't like this. I feel bad that Lloyd was captured by the Serpentine, being left out, and the Serpentine betraying. He was quite unlucky. But, I'm glad that he reformed and is saved by the Ninja and Garmadon. Sensei Wu is a good character, and he is cool when he can use a magic tea to travel between worlds. He feels bad that the Great Devourer turned his brother evil long ago. That's quite interesting. The Serpentine are very cool and funny. Pythor and Skales are great as villains because they are great at planning. It's interesting that each Serpentine tribe has ranks that go, from lowest to highest, from Scouts to Soldiers, then Warriors, then Generals, has unique powers and other abilities, and is based on a kind of snake. The Generals look epic because of snake tails and staffs. Good thing that there are anti-venom in the staffs that can undo the effects of the serpentine's powers. Garmadon is a cool character, as he has four arms and can hold all four Golden Weapons without getting destroyed by them (Samukai was the victim). He is a good and interesting character because he was used to be a good-hearted human who got bitten by the Great Devourer, which turned him into an evil villain. However, Garmadon still has a good conscious, so he cares about his son and doesn't want him to be evil, so he agrees to help the Ninja save Lloyd from the Serpentine during the time. Sadly, Lloyd feels bad that Garmadon left him, and Garmadon doesn't want to fight Lloyd when he becomes the Green Ninja, either. Speaking of the Green Ninja, it's cool that there's a legendary fifth Ninja, which is Lloyd. It's neat to see the skeletons from the 2011 storyline again, as Garmadon gets them to help him fight the Serpentine. The Great Devourer is very cool because it can eat stuff to become bigger and stronger. The Ultra-Dragon is awesome because it is a combination of the Ninja's four dragons. It's super-cool that the Golden Weapons can transform into vehicles that the Ninja can drive. I feel bad that the Hypnobrai The toys for the season are very cool. I like the new Spinjitzu spinners, new weapon packs, the Fangpyre vehicles, the Ninja's new vehicles, the Samurai Mech, the Ultra-Dragon, and the Great Devourer. The snake-like designs on the Serpentine vehicles look amazing. Sadly, there's no spinner or pack for Snike, who is a Constrictai Scout. When I heard that there two cancelled sets, which are the Serpentine Train and Lloyd's tree house fortress, I feel sad about them. IT would be cool if they are actually released as sets. The Ultra-Dragon could've have the colors of the dragons that it is made of. The Ninja's vehicles are awesome, and I like the Ultra-Sonic Raider the best! The Devourer looks menacing. The Fangblades look cool. So guys, what are your fond memories of the storyline, what do you like about it, what's your favorite 2012 set, favorite character(s) in the storyline, favorite moment in the storyline, what things remind you of the storyline, and/or how would you celebrate it? For me, well, my favorite characters are Cole, Lloyd, Jay, Zane, Nya, Pythor, Lord Garmadon, and Skales, and my favorite sets are Cole's vehicle, the Fangpyre Truck, the Rattlecopter, Destiny's Bounty, the Samurai Mech, the Ultra-Sonic Raider, and Epic Dragon Battle. The things that remind me are: 1. The Avengers movie in 2012. 2. That snake guy from Ben 10: Alien Force and Ben 10: Ultimate Alien 3. The Lizard from The Amazing Spider-Man movie in 2012. 4. Iron Man from Marvel (Nya) 5. Karai's snake form from Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles in 2012 6. The Toa from Bionicle (The Ninja) 7. Luke Skywalker and Darth Vader's relationship from Star Wars (Lloyd and his dad) 8. Mark Surge and Voltix from Hero Factory (Jay) 9. Electro from Marvel and The Amazing Spider-Man 2 in 2014 (Jay) 10. That evil snake guy name Lyric from Sonic Boom video games in 2014. 11. The Midgard Serpent from Marvel 12. Snake-based villains from Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes 13. Jafar from Disney's Aladdin movie in 1992. 14. That snake-like Constructicon from Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen in 2009 15. That giant and drilling snake-like creature from Transformers: Dark of the Moon in 2011 16. The nagas from The Secret Saturdays. 17. That evil cobra from Kung Fu Panda: Legends of Awesome-ness. 18. Hex's snake form from Ben 10 in 2016 or 2017. 19. Cobrax from Mixels. 20. Bowser and Bowser Jr. from Mario (Lord Garmadon and Lloyd Garmadon) 21. Hero Factory’s 2012 storyline - villains breaking out to cause chaos (the Serpentine) EDIT: Can someone move this to the Ninjago page? I accidentally out put it in the Hero Factory section. Sorry. EDIT #2: On second thought, since no one is replying for a long time, I decided to post the topic on the Ninjago section instead.
  3. Just a question, and a poll, which of the enemies was better?
  4. And here's #2. * * * Episode 1: Rise of the Snakes And the great story begins…with a bunch of boys in a room eating pizza and playing video games. I think this is quite a daring way to re-begin a story based on the Ninja actually doing some real Spinjitzu, although it does provide something that the target audience of the show will relate to instantly. Also: product placement. Also: implicit sarcastic commentary on obvious product placement, which is hilarious. Notice that all of the other four ninja – red, white, black, and blue – are in the picture with the green ninja. This counts as foreshadowing. Also the green 5 on Lloyd’s outfit – he’s the green fifth ninja (also the fact that Lloyd is introduced at the same time as the Green Ninja prophecy is a nod to the savvy). And then Wu slips up, says that none of them are the green ninja, and then channels it into talk about power levels. (I never thought that any of the original four was the green ninja, and in hindsight in was pretty obvious why. And I thought the green five was weird, but didn’t put it together. I was in the camp that thought Nya was the green ninja. But anyway.) If you haven’t caught on already, Kai is supposed to be the brainless one. Generally. Also overly ambitious and running off sans plan. It’s a tradition from Bionicle: fire types get no respect. Always. Episode 2: Home This episode begins with a poke at the last episode. In that, Sensei Wu looks out at the training course for the ninja first, then looks in the TV room. In this episode, Wu looks at the video game room first, then finds the ninja in the training course. "Of course not. Everyone knows that cuckoo birds are not indigenous to these forests." Weird how the “Mud newt” looks like fish. Episode 3: Snakebit This is your standard well-crafted parent humor episode. It’s also rather standard in a lot of other ways. Still, not every episode of every series can be expected to be weird or heartwarming in specific ways. What I like about this part of the series is that it is incredibly focused. Each episode focuses intensely on a specific theme, and uses every subtle detail it can to refer back to the theme. Snakebit is a prime example – every opportunity possible is used to reference the “respect your parents” message. This actually grows out of the messages of “Home” that is “Home is where the heart is.” It’s almost a flip side: Zane is guided by fantastic things in the absence of parents (or rather, his “parents” guide him through strange means) whereas Jay is told to respect his literal parents. Like the Lego Movie, positive parent themes abound. Episode 4: Never Trust a Snake Okay, first off: How did Zane get the vision? On the first viewing, it’s just a fantastic Ninjago thing. But Zane is a robot. So there’s a message that Zane and the falcon shared. Maybe Zane’s dad programmed the message to be sent, or even hit the button himself. But that would mean that he would have access to the data of both the falcon and Zane, through the Ninjago equivalent of 4G. Anyway, fun things to speculate about. This episode does a double theme. The first is the title – blind trust =bad. The second – “The best way to defeat your enemy is to make him your friend” actually flies in the face of the first, because trust is required for friendship. So you can laud this as wonderfully complex storytelling or slam it as ambiguous and contradictory. Personally I like it because it truly means to be careful how you judge people. Lloyd misjudged the Fangpyres and Pythor to his severe detriment; the ninja misjudged Lloyd multiple times, first as a threat, and then as a friend. (Of note: in the first meeting of the snakes, the Fangpyres and the Hypnobrai “defeat” the other tribe by becoming friends, and in the same moment, Lloyd’s trust in the Fangpyres is shattered. This brings the complex theme-ry together neatly without disclosing Sensei’s riddle until the end, and the rest of the episode just serves to bring the two themes apart so the audience can see them and then tie it in a knot again.) Pythor: “I’m sorry, my appearance can have an unsettling effect on people.” That improved with his time in the Great Devourer, I’m sure. Frankly, the extent of Pythor’s treachery with the rebooted series is now incredible. I have no idea why he wanted to unleash the Great Devourer, as that would be nuts, but maybe he wanted an appearance change. In any case, apologizing for his appearance is characteristic Pythor. He’s such a gentlesnake. Episode 5: Can of Worms With the “Samurai” thing, it becomes really obvious that Wu is using appeals to prophecy and ancient Legend not because prophecy and ancient legend actually exist to explain the phenomenon, but because everyone expects him to know everything. In short, he’s making stuff up. Also, why does Zane pull out the Sacred Flute when surrounded? That’s an okay idea if he thought that stunning them with the flute would get them out of there. I guess he underestimated Pythor’s reach. Never a good thing to do. If you look closely at the Samurai, you’ll see Nya’s bracelet. It’s basically an open secret thanks to the set anyway, but knowing the secret doesn’t hurt this sequence nor the sets that follow – it actually makes them more funny. Episode 6: The Snake King Nobody can handle all of the Golden Weapons’ power at once, so why does having them in a bag not fry Nya or Kai? I guess the bag means that they aren’t contacting all of them at once, so they get off the hook. This is one of the funniest episodes if you know who the Samurai is – all of the boys are getting beaten by a girl. Classic. Also, Jay’s attempt to figure it out is hilarious regardless of whether or not you know. There are plenty of “tells” by Nya and other related things if you know to look for them. We get to, in a surprise, see Nya’s true potential before any of the others. Ladies first. Episode 7: Tick Tock In the class of blatant foreshadowing, the first thing we see in this episode is: gears. Lots and lots of gears. We wrongly attribute it to the clock instead of Zane, but you know. Also: everyone likes gears, so that’s definitely the way to start this famously amazing episode that everyone likes. GEARS. Oh, this episode is about Zane, not Jay. Start over. In the class of blatent foreshadowing, Zane stays underwater for a ridiculously long time, which is justified in the fact that robots don’t need to breathe. He even pets a fish for fun. Now, I’m going to stick my tongue out at this episode for two reasons. First, aside from the robot (which looks suspiciously like C3PO), and the treehorns, everybody loves Zane. Which makes everyone overlook the fact that this episode actually has three plot threads: 1) Zane, 2) Pythor, and 3) Wu. Which means that in reality this one is headed for Dark Destiny and Reign of Shadows territory. Secondly, aside from Zane, neither plot thread is really very interesting. Fortunately, neither of those two plot threads is given much screen time, so we ignore it – which makes the latter feel tacked on as an excuse to extend the story for a few more minutes, and also for your “suspense ending”. Pythor knows where the Fang Blades are and Wu ran into Garmadon! SUSPENSE. Also, I generally like aspens, and they tend to be beautiful things, even in the dead of winter. So that aspen-like legs with that incredibly ugly body is…unique, I guess…but it sends the wrong message about the trees. Although the story gets points for realistic portrayal of the real aspens: they really do live at higher altitudes. The “inside” of Zane as shown here is different than in the rebooted series – although that’s probably the fault of the reboot, not this episode. And, if you can design a hidden tree fortress and a robot to protect it, can’t you design a door lock? Episode 8: Once Bitten, Twice Shy Alright, now let me establish this: everyone loves Zane, but I don’t like Jay. For one thing, he’s a womanizer. Second, lightning was canonized in Bionicle as a female element, yo, so it was technically our idea, but when Lego scrapped Bionicle, they made two guys who controlled lightning, which is basically giving BZP no respect. And third, both of those lightning guys, Surge and Jay, are incredibly annoying. The third thing probably has personal bias since I ramble too and it is not a redeeming quality, but whatever. All of these things just make this episode more hilarious. What isn’t funny is how Nya ends up in the supporting role, but I suppose that comes with the territory. Whatever happened to that crowning moment of heartwarming in the rebooted series? Also, Jay’s heart rate could have been raised by impending death instead of what actually happened, or it could have anyway, but no excuse for lazy writing. And how did nobody notice the burning ring of fire? And whether the ring would have actually killed them is debatable…although I think it could have been bad. It’s still a heartwarming episode, as all the True Potential ones tend to be, but I don’t like this one because it comes at Nya (an otherwise strong female character)’s expense. Out. Episode 9: The Royal Blacksmiths One positive point for this episode (and 8) is that they integrate Pythor’s POV more smoothly with the ninjas’. 8 had the other 3 ninja characters tacked in, though – 7 and 8 suffer from too-many-characters syndrome a good deal. Episode 9 solves this problem: every one of the ninja and Pythor and the snakes are all woven seamlessly into the plot. A dance competition lends itself well to lots of characters. Therefore we don’t have the swinging camera problem. Also, good blend of the opening theme and the dance/fight. Episode 10: The Green Ninja And now the The Green Ninja is…not Kai. Everyone can be excused for thinking that his theory from the last episode is correct, but the thirtieth rule of critical reading is this: never trust a character’s theory. So game over. The second thing is: how did Kai know he was wrong? The guy who is the most crazy actually ended up being right. Of course, it took the longest for him to get it – the others didn’t have that as an obstacle. Also, let’s face it: Kai has the coolest power. A flying fire shield. Sweet. Episode 11: All of Nothing This episode starts a tightly wound continuity that leads to the release of the Great Devourer and its defeat, which everyone knew would happen. This episode makes an attempt to trick the audience into thinking that this intuition was wrong, and exchanges it for another one: Of course the ninja will win. So it can make two cliché answers both true at once. Doesn’t Fangpyre venom terraform metal anyway? And why did the snakes attack the exact person who was programmed to defeat them, as opposed to the opposite? I suppose the correct ninja headed straight for the correct set of snakes, but I suspect PLOT might have been at work as well. And I suppose the Anacondrai’s special power is turning invisible, which everyone seems to forget about. That could explain why that particular breed was so terrifying to the others: an invisible army of half of them could sneak up behind you while you were battling the other half. In yonder case, Pythor’s ability is not well emphasized, so when he does use it you forget that he has, and that he has a reason. It also doesn’t make sense for a leader to vanish much, which makes the whole thing ironic. It’s also confusing because he could have used that power to have avoided being eaten by the Great Devourer in the first place, but it explains why he doesn’t appear after the Devourer is destroyed: invisibility. And the ninjas just got ninja’d. Episode 12: Rise of the Great Devourer A reminder that all stories are games of seconds, inches, and character mistakes. “You’re now leaving Billund” sign lol. And many people have rightly pointed out that the ninja forgot about their weapons that turn into vehicles. So they did. Episode 13: Day of the Great Devourer As you might expect, this is one long “RUN! FIGHT!” episode. If the golden weapons can turn into vehicles, I imagine that all four can turn into one, and Garmadon used that. Or he used the Earth scythe to tunnel into the ground and used the subway system to walk out. Kai gets a comeback in here: he’s rallying the team, even when everyone else wants to give up, which is him not being wrong like he has been all season. In the end, they need Kai. As for the fight, it’s splendidly executed, and we all really wanted to see a fight at this point. Final Thoughts This honestly is my favorite season of Ninjago, since it contains the largest amount of mystery and character development. Three mysteries were set up and resolved, the main antagonists remained convincingly evil and dangerous. Other surprising reveals developed Lloyd from an ineffective antagonist (he caused lots of trouble, but he didn’t really get what he wanted) to an uncertain being on the side of good. Lord Garmadon (as is typical for Lego) was developed quite strongly as well, moving from an enigmatic force of darkness to a villain sympathetic to the audience. And the ninja all get developed out in spades, especially Zane…and Kai. Every single character in the story has changed by the end, except for the snakes, and nobody really cares too much about them. (Lego gets major points for concentrating the focus and development bits on Scales and Pythor, smoothly avoiding the “too many characters” problem.)The Great Devourer is destroyed, of course, but other than that. Because of this, season 2 strikes me as the entire series’ high point. While the seasons following aren’t necessarily bad, they tend to be patched together, have episodes clearly meant as filler, or more forced.
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