Jake is a young boy and a fan of Kai.
- 1 History
- 2 Appearance
- 3 Appearances
- 4 Behind the scenes
- 5 Trivia
- 6 Gallery
- 7 References
When Fred Finely was asking questions about the Ninja, he interviewed Jake and the boy showed optimism that the Ninja will return and save Ninjago City. Unfortunately, Finely moved on from Jake because the reporter wanted to interview an Elemental Cobra.
When the Ninja leave Kai, Jake came running into him and asks for his autograph; however, Kai tells Jake that the Ninja who did all the work. When the young boy asked why Kai isn't helping the Ninja, he tells Jake that he is without powers. This makes Jake upset and he calls Kai a quitter. In addition, he chased after the Ninja and decided he will help the Ninja.
Just before the Ninja were defeated by the Elemental Cobras, Jake came running in to shield the Ninja from harm, despite having no weapons to defend himself. A moment later, Kai saved Jake while defeating the Elemental Cobras.
After Kai saved the Ninja, they celebrate and Jake is glad that Kai helped the Ninja although he lost his Elemental Powers. Moreover, Kai calls Jake a hero for being so brave.
Jake is seen inside a car playing on his mobile device.
Being a fan of Kai, Jake mainly dresses similar to Kai with a red shirt as well as a couple of packs across his shirt. However, he does not have the same hairstyle as Kai with Kai's color being maroon and Jake's being light-dark.
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Behind the scenes
- This character was inspired by a real Jake in the U.S. His namesake passed away early in 2021 from cancer.
- He is the second character in which he is inspired by a real person, the first being Antonia.
- He has the same bowl-cut hair style as young Lloyd, Wu, and Garmadon, originally used on Ron Weasley from LEGO Harry Potter.
- In 2019, Tommy Andreasen stated that he will appear in future episodes. Andreasen later clarified that he would appear in Season 15.
- His shirt is similar to Kai's Armor gi but with shorter sleeves and no gloves.
- According to Tommy Andreasen, The Book of Elemental Powers "...is written by Jake … a young boy in Ninjago. That book is an account of his understanding of how things work."