LEGO Ninjago Minifigures
Bring exciting new play possibilities to LEGO NINJAGO sets with LEGO Minifigures Season 9 and THE LEGO NINJAGO MOVIE series, featuring Kai Kendo, Spinjitzu Training Nya, Lloyd, Jay Walker, Cole, Zane, Lloyd Garmadon, Master Wu. Combine with LEGO building sets for endless play possibilities. Have fun trading minifigures with your friends.
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As a work at home mom, I know how expensive these building block sets can get. My goal was to find a way to make these major brand building blocks more affordable for parents who don’t have money to buy complete sets. We are a small four-kid and one mom business. My kids, and I, created these new custom building block sets to cut out the complicated multi-piece sets that smaller children most likely won’t play with, or quickly lose interest in.
These sets are NOT for major brand enthusiasts looking for original Mega Bloks, LEGO, KRE-O, Cobi, or Best-Lock, etc brands. We invite those true collectors to visit our online store, shimadatoys, for complete LEGO sets. Every set is professionally sealed, but to be fair, the brands are mixed and matched. We do ensure every order will contain authentic LEGO, but everything is divided evenely. Although these sets are custom designed, they are all new and compatible with one another. My LEGO nerd kids approve and guarantee your children will fall in love with these minifig sets as they have.
All of our bricks and toys were purchased in bulk lots from retail stores like, Toys R Us, Wal-Mart, Target, Amazon, discount stores, or auctions. Most of the retail stores could not sell the items due to damaged boxing, returns, prototypes, demos, overstock, or missing parts. Each brick and minifigure we sell are inspected, and we guarantee there are no loose, flawed, or sticky pieces. We offer no hassle 30 day returns if you are not 100% satisfied with your purchase.
About LEGO Ninjago Minifigures and History
Ninjago (also known as Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitzu) is a current theme introduced by LEGO in 2011. It has currently run for eight years. The theme has a popular TV series, known as Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitzu, which is still being aired on TV. The LEGO Ninjago Movie, a movie based on the theme, was released on September 23, 2017. Ninjago was originally planned to be discontinued in 2013 and replaced by Legends of Chima, but this was eventually decided against, and the Ninjago theme and animated series were continued into the present day, outlasting Legends of Chima, which only continued until 2015.
Ninjago centers around six teenage  Ninja, Kai, Jay, Cole, Zane, Nya, and Lloyd, who have been trained by their master Sensei Wu, fighting forces of evil to protect the land of Ninjago. The evil forces include those such as the Skullkin, Serpentine, Stone Army, Nindroids, Ghost Warriors, Sky Pirates, Vermillion, Shark Army, Sons of Garmadon, Dragon Hunters, and Blizzard Samurai. The theme takes very little influence from the previous Ninja theme, instead introducing a variety of elements such as a more modern setting, the removal of shoguns and bandits, new enemies, and a battle game known as “Spinjitzu“.
The original Spinjitzu spinners were introduced in sets during 2011 and 2012 and involved spinning your spinners at your enemy until their weapons are knocked down. Additionally, the game featured cards and shields used to give the player an advantage over their opponent. Although Spinjitzu spinners were discontinued in 2013, a new form of the game called “Airjitzu“, featuring flyers, released in the summer of 2015. This new game involved launching your flyer into the air, and utilizing different tricks. Airjitzu flyers were soon succeeded by a return to Spinjitzu spinners in 2018. However, these spinners differed from the original Spinjitzu spinners as they held a similar shape and function to the Airjitzu flyers. Summer 2018 saw the introduction of “Dragon Master” flyers, which bared resemblance to Airjitzu flyers, but now included vinyl wings. In 2019, Spinjitzu spinners were re-introduced once again; this time with another new molds that more closely resembles the appearance of Spinjitzu from the television series.
Ninjago also appears as a LEGO Dimensions theme, using the minifigures, their Golden Weapons, and microbuilds of the vehicles. Additionally, Ninjago Juniors sets have also been created. As of the 15th wave, the line begins to be called only Ninjago, without the title of the series. In 2019, LEGO released the “Ninjago: Legacy” subtheme of Ninjago, celebrating its new position as a “Green Theme“. The subtheme contained re-releases of classic Ninjago sets from 2011 and 2012. In 2021, Ninjago will celebrate its 10th Anniversary.