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Not to be confused with the episode in which the event took place.
“A snake of rather unusual size is attacking Ninjago! If you are watching this now, please leave the city at once!”


The attack of the Great Devourer[1] is an event when the Great Devourer was unleashed on Ninjago City.

History

Prelude

After Pythor unleashed the Great Devourer using the Four Silver Fangblades at the Lost City of Ouroboros, the Great Devourer awakened and swallowed Master Wu and Pythor and then chased and destroyed the Destiny's Bounty, causing the ninja to retreat.

Attack on Ed & Edna's Scrap N Junk

After the ninja lured the Great Devourer to Ed & Edna's Scrap N Junk while they were at a fare in Ninjago City and made the Ultra Sonic Raider out of the Tornado of Creation and used a recording of the Wu's flute to hurt the Great Devourer although the serpent escaped and damaged Zane.

Attack on Ninjago City

The ninja rushed to Ninjago City where the Great Devourer started attacking the people and hitting the buildings, one of these buildings being the apartments that Harumi and her parents lived in.

Later, when Nya flew her Samurai Mech into the mouth of the Great Devourer, The Ultra Dragon swooped in and began attacking the Great Devourer, but the serpent hit the Ultra Dragon to the ground and hurt him. While the ninja grieved, Lord Garmadon returned and told the ninja that the only way to destroy the Great Devourer was with the Golden Weapons which only Garmadon could wield, the ninja made the decision to give Garmadon the weapons while they made the Great Devourer stay in place.

After successfully making the Great Devourer stay in place, the ninja watched as Garmadon jumped down of the building and stabbed the Devourer with the Golden Weapons, killing the serpent.

Appearances

Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitzu

Season 1: Rise of the Snakes

Season 2: Legacy of the Green Ninja

Season 8: Sons of Garmadon

Season 9: Hunted

Ninjago: Reimagined

Books

Trivia

  • This event caused Harumi to begin plotting against the ninja.
  • This event also caused the Stone Army to be reawakened from their deep slumber after thousands of years.
  • Although Pythor was responsible for releasing the Great Devourer, the general population never found out, as they saw only the large serpent destroying the city and did not know what had happened in Ouroboros.[2]

References

Events

Main events

War of the Oni and the Dragons · Battle of Nine Days · Stone Wars · Aspheera's rule over Ninjago · The Devourer's bite · Wu and Garmadon's journey · Long Winter · Serpentine War · Battle for All of Time · Battle between brothers · Search for the Golden Weapons · Take Back Ninjago · Attack of the Great Devourer · The Final Battle · Nindroid crisis · Second Serpentine War · Ghost invasion · Fall of Ninjago · Rise of Ninjago · Oni's invasion · Siege at the Monastery · Lloyd's Journey · Liberation of the Never-Realm · Attack by Unagami · Battle for Shintaro Mountain · Conflict on the Island of the Keepers · Great Flood · Candlelight vigil · Ninjago City vs. Ninja

Competitions

Ninjago Talent · Ninjaball Run · Tournament of Elements (Thunderblade) · Street Race of Snake Jaguar · Puppy-petting competition · Terra Technica Dance-Off · Speedway Five-Billion · Ritual combat · Slug race · Royal manta races

Traditions

Slither Pit · New Year Festival · Day of the Departed · Dragon Day · Yin-Yang promise · The Choosing · Turnip Festival · Lever Bonfire Festival

Tests

Trial-By-Mino · Trial By Sphinx

Miscellaneous

Alternate timeline · Yin-Yang Eclipse

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