Ninjago Season 9 Set Descriptions Found

Ninjago Season 9 Logo Mockup

Thanks to Australian Amazon, we now have the first official descriptions for a couple of Season 9 sets. These have already been taken down, but thanks to Agent Kallus we still have a copy. We’ve already had rumors about these, but it’s nice have official descriptions – official images can’t be far. These sets will be out this summer.

70652 – Stormbringer Dragon

Includes 4 LEGO® NINJAGO® minifigures: Jay, Zane, Daddy No Legs and Muzzle. Weapons include the collectible Dragonbone blade, Jay’s kusarigama and tanto, Zane’s buildable katana and bow & arrow, Daddy No Legs’ Vengestone Chain and buildable sword, and Muzzle’s buildable katana and spear. This cool toy for kids also includes Jay’s quiver element.

Stormbringer the Lightning Dragon features a removable minifigure saddle with attached rein elements, opening jaws with 2 spring-loaded ‘lightning bolt’ shooters, posable neck, wings, legs and feet, plus a swiping tail function and 4 attachment points for Dragon Hunter Daddy No Legs to hook the dragon with his Vengestone Chain. Open the dragon’s jaws and fire the spring-loaded shooters.

Pedestal features a detachable Dragon Armour element: Dragon Chestplate.

Recreate and role-play epic ninja action scenes from the NINJAGO® Masters of Spinjitzu TV show.

Find more collectible Dragon Armour in 70650 Destiny’s Wing, 70653 Firstbourne, 70654 Dieselnaut and 70655 Dragon Pit. Remix Stormbringer with the 17101 LEGO® BOOST Creative Toolbox (sold separately) to bring your LEGO creation to life. Visit LEGO.com/BOOST for more information.

Stormbringer measures over 4” (12cm) high, 19” (49cm) long and 5” (14cm) wide.

Names of these villains are just to good to be true! It seems we’ll be getting a lot of different weapons with this set.

70655 – The Dragon Den / Dragon Pit

Includes 9 LEGO® NINJAGO® minifigures: Dragon Master, Jay, Zane, Cole, Kai, Iron Baron, Arkade, Heavy Metal and Chew Toy. Weapons include Jay’s kusarigama and katana; Zane’s bow & arrow; Cole’s hammer; Kai’s katana and buildable katana; Iron Baron’s staff, tanto and cyborg arm; Arkade’s wrench and saw blade; and Heavy Metal’s Vengestone Chain Rifle. Accessory elements include Zane’s quiver and Chew Toy’s shield.

Recreate and role-play epic scenes from the NINJAGO® Masters of Spinjitzu TV show.

Find more collectible Dragon Armour in 70650 Destiny’s Wing, 70652 Stormbringer, 70653 Firstbourne and 70654 Dieselnaut.

Dragon Pit measures over 10” (27cm) high, 20” (51cm) wide and 7” (20cm) deep. Dragon measures over 3” (9cm) high, 9” (25cm) long and 11” (28cm) wide.

Dragon Pit features 3 detachable sections: a viewing gallery, watchtower and a jail. Viewing gallery features an arch with wheel-operated opening entrance gate, dragon-head-shaped throne for Iron Baron, weapon rack with a scythe and moon blade, plus decorative dragonbone and translucent flame-style elements. Watchtower has a rooftop dual missile shooter, buildable telescope on the second level, and a blacksmith’s workshop with a hammer and 2 swords. Jail features a cell with an opening dragonbone door and a trapdoor function to drop a minifigure into the dragon pit. Earth Dragon features posable jaws, neck, blade wings, legs, feet and hammer tail. Dragon Master comes with all 4 collectible Dragon Armour elements: the Dragon Helmet, Dragon Chestplate, Dragonbone Blade and Dragon Shield.

Woah! That’s quite a number of minifigures there. The entire Dragon Master’s armor as well!

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Now that I know how things wrapped up in season eight, I’m going to venture a guess that Wu is the Dragon Master. His claiming the Dragon Armor is undoubtedly a step in living up to his Dragon lineage, just as the resurrection of Lord Garmadon’s dark side is apparently an embodiment of his Oni bloodline. I’m guessing that things are due to come full circle, and that once again the fate of Ninjago will depend on a clash between the two brothers. Kind of hoping the Sons of Garmadon will be phased out in favor of the new villains though.

I agree, hopefully Sons of Garmadon will be used only in an episode or two – just to set up the story for Oni/Dragons. I’d love to learn a lot more role about the first realm and its denizens than about SoG.

Wu is most likely the Dragon Master (kind of disappointed that it’s not Hutchings). If rumors are to be believed, he’ll be in his teens in season 9 and I can’t wait to get my hand on teen Wu minifigure! Anyway, I hope you’re right and that we’ll, once again, get a season that focuses on Ying-Yang of Ninjago – the Wu/Garmadon duo!

Yeah, the SoG were rather disappointing-apart from Harumi-and it would be quite fitting for them to have gone through all the trouble of bringing Garmadon back only to be betrayed by him or defeated by the members of Lloyd and Nya’s rumored resistance movement. In fact, if they and the Elemental Masters-besides Skylor, obviously-could keep each other tied up for the duration of season 9 it would be okay by me. The only one I’d really be interested in besides Harumi returning would be Mr. E, since as far as I’ve seen we’ve gotten no real answers about him: we know he’s a Nindroid, but how did a Nindroid end up with the SoG and why is he rocking Digital Overlord eyes?

To be honest, I didn’t really like Harumi, especially after the transformation. It felt too forced. Also, I have a feeling that we’ll have some kind of reversal for her character – if for no other reason than to get her casual clothes minifigure 😀

I’d be fine if we didn’t get any more info on Mr. E, I think that the writers meant for him to remain a mystery (some pun intended).

I’d be totally down with elemental master (once again) taking a more active role in safeguarding Ninjago! If that is the case, maybe there’ll be dragons in Ninjago as well?

Well, I suppose we’ll have to wait and see; I’m still wondering how they’re going to resolve Garmadon being back in Ninjago. It’s like “how many times can we kill Garmadon/trap him in another realm.” I love the idea of him being redeemed again and staying in Ninjago for good, but it seems like it would be a stretch for that to occur. Of course, perhaps such a redemption could also include Harumi, particularly if it were preceded by Garmadon betraying his minions. I think her villainous origin was interesting, if perhaps poorly executed; at any rate I hope they do something with her that doesn’t involve her missing and at large; Pythor and the Time Twins are bad enough, thank you.

I get that it’s what they were going for, but it still seems a bit cheap to me; with Ultra Violet apparently not being an Oni or other extra-Realm being Mr. E is the most intriguing of the group. There was also that Hageman bros. comment you mentioned about him supposedly being tied to the Overlord; if that is in fact that case, I want to know how and why, not to mention why he would accept playing second fiddle to someone who’s looking to bring back Garmadon, which I can’t imagine he’d be too pleased with unless he wants to possess him again. As for the Elemental Masters, Skylor’s honestly the only one of the present generation I’m that interest in, hence my suggestion that the rest keep the Sons of Garmadon tied up and out of the picture for season nine. As for the Elemental Dragons, cool as that would be, the fact that the Ninja no longer seem able/willing to employ them makes me think the Master are probably out of luck. Of course, if Skylor whips out an Amber Dragon next season I will not be at all disappointed…

There’s still time for her to be MIA – next season is a direct continuation of this one so there is still time for them to go back to their “old ways. I don’t think Garmadon will be redeemed, would make no sense since only his bad part (Oni perhaps?) is in Ninjago. But, we’ll have to wait and see.

I like your idea that Overlord/Mr.E being in it only to control Garmadon again! That would explain why he’s been so low key after Garmadon’s return – he’s bidding his time.

Elemental dragons are, in my opinion, a huge part of Ninjago, just look at just how many have gotten set forms – it would be sad if we didn’t get the rest of them in some form. And an explanation how they relate to “actual” dragons would be nice as well.

I don’t want her to be MIA though-I want her to cease to be a threat. I kind of doubt Garmadon will be redeemed either, unless they’re able to pull off some kind of deal that switches his evil Oni half for the good Sensei half that’s presumably still stuck in the Departed Realm. All I know is, they’ll have to do something. As for the whole Overlord/Mr. E thing, I could see it turning out a bit better for him with a fully evil Garmadon-Garmadon’s inherent goodness was definitely a problem for him before, though it doesn’t seem to have mattered much by the time of his confrontation with Lloyd.

I like the Elemental Dragons as well, and would not object at all to getting more sets of them, particularly since we have yet to get decent versions of Cole’s and Kai’s and we haven’t even gotten one for Nya (barring the Fusion Dragon). Dragons of Amber and Time are currently top of my list-I’d love to see how the four different Time powers would manifest as a dragon-and since Wu got his own dragon it would be kind of nice to see one for Garmadon. I just worry that the creators seem to be phasing them out in favor of newer concepts; I feel like Tommy Andreasen’s made comments to that effect on Twitter. It will be interesting to see if we get any kind of info about them in season nine, given that natural born dragons will apparently play a factor.

I’m personally rooting for Shadow and Nature Dragons, but Water/Amber/Destruction Dragons seem more likely, for obvious reasons. But I wholeheartedly agree that we should get minifigure scale versions of Kai’s and Cole’s dragons. Don’t get me wrong the small ones aren’t bad at all, but you just can’t compete with size when talking about dragons!

Yeah, he’s kind of been implying that they’re done with elemental dragons. Here’s to hoping that they’ll change their mind!

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