|“May I have your parts when you expire?”|
|— Arkade to Zane in "Iron & Stone"|
Arkade is a Dragon Hunter. He is responsible for giving out gear and rations to the Hunters via the slot machine in his chest.
Arkade was seen serving a long line of Dragon Hunters, rolling his slot machine, and giving the Hunters the selected item each time. While one gets a piece of gear, another ends up with a banana. While he wasn't looking, Zane took apart from him.
Arkade drove the Dieselnaut after the ninja and Faith. After Destiny's Wing was destroyed, Wu jumps onto the rig, demanding Arkade to leave. Arkade tells Wu to make him, only to be grabbed by a chain form Kai and flung off the Dieselnaut.
After the ninja and Faith are captured, Arkade celebrates with the rest of the camp on now having the son of the First Spinjitzu Master. When Faith yells down at the Hunters asking if they had seen the Oni, Arkade and the others talked among themselves. Faith noticed this and told them that they hadn't because Iron Baron's stories about the Oni were lies. Arkade later watched Wu and Iron Baron leave to find the Dragon Armor.
After Iron Baron and Wu left, Arkade was with the other Dragon Hunters while they argued. Later, he and the other Dragon hunters join the ninja to search for the Dragon Armor. He runs along with the other Hunters after seeing the Firstbourne. Later, he watches the ninja leaving the realm.
- 86. "Iron & Stone"
- 87. "Radio Free Ninjago"
- 88. "How to Build a Dragon"
- 90. "Two Lies, One Truth"
- 91. "The Weakest Link"
- 92. "Saving Faith"
- 93. "Lessons for a Master"
- His name is a play on the word "arcade," due to him being a walking slot machine.
- His appearance resembles a slot machine normally used for gambling.
- The slot machine in his chest is 3D in the show but naturally 2D in minifigure form.
- He is the hardest Dragon Hunter to get, as he only appears in the biggest set of the wave, 70655 The Dragon Pit.
- His face was never fully shown in series, but in sets, he has Muzzle's faceprint, which is likely a way to save budget.
- In the series, Arkade has an orange right hand, but in the sets it's black.