Ninjago Wiki
Advertisement
Not to be confused with the Shark Army henchman.

Jellyfish are animals that live in the Endless Sea. To reawake Wojira, Glutinous used their electricity to charge the Storm Amulet's replica.

History

The Tale of Benthomaar (flashback)

When Trimaar saved little Benthomaar from the eels, several small jellyfish swam near them.

The Tooth of Wojira

While Wojira was deep asleep in her temple, several jellyfish swam around her.

Prior to Seabound

When Kalmaar commissioned Glutinous to create replicas of the Storm Amulet and reawake Wojira, Glutinous placed a number of jellyfish in the Temple of Wojira, whose electricity charged the cables connected to Wojira.[1]

Unsinkable

Five Thousand Fathoms Down

When Glutinous and the Maaray Guards tested replicas of the Storm Amulet on the sleeping Wojira, a number of jellyfish swam in the water beneath the temple and charge the cables connected to Wojira.

The Calm Before the Storm (flashback)

When Kalmaar came to the Temple of Wojira with the Storm Amulet to reawake Wojira, a number of jellyfish swam in the water beneath the temple. When Wojira woke up, she swam into the water below the temple and scattered several jellyfish that stood in her way out of the temple.

The Turn of the Tide

While Nya swam with whales in the Endless Sea, several jellyfish swam on the seabed.

Abilities

  • Electrokinesis - Jellyfish can generate electricity which can charge the Storm Amulet's replica.

Appearances

Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitzu

Season 3: Rebooted

The Island

Season 14: Seabound

Season 15: Crystalized

Video games

Ninjago Magazine

Trivia

  • Jellyfish are the second animals whose electricity was used to charge anything. The first were Electro-Cobrai, whose electricity was used by Pythor to charge the Nindroids and his machines.

Gallery

Promotional media

In Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitzu

Season 3: Rebooted

The Island

Season 14: Seabound

Season 15: Crystalized

References

Animals

Species

Astro parasites · Bears · Bonepickers · Brillies · Cats · Chickens · Dire Bats · Dogs · Dolphins · Dragons · Eels · Electro-Cobrai · Fangfish · Fish · Giant spiders · Grundles · Jellyfish · Jungle Dragons · Leviathans · Manta rays · Minos · Mud newts · Octopuses · Pigeons · Purple bog frogs · Rabbits · Ravtures · Sand eels · Sharks (Ripper Sharks) · Seagulls · Shintaran Ridgebacks · Snakes · Slugs · Spykor · Starteeth · Stone turtles · Swamp rats · Tiger Widows · Treehorns · Vastodectrus Venemous · Venomasicus Tigrus · Wallopers · Whales · YinYang Dragon (Light Dragon · Shadow Dragon)

Individual animals

Adam · Balee · Boreal · Chompy · Crabby · Dragon keeper (non-canon) · Fire Dragon (Realm of Oni and Dragons) · Firstbourne · Flame · Fluffy · Guide Parrot · Grief-Bringer · Ice bird · Ice Dragon (Realm of Oni and Dragons) · Kuma · Mister Whiskers · Mr. Fuzzly Wuzzly · Nimbus · Pebbles · Pet dragon (non-canon)· Rocky · Rodrigo · Ross · Shard · Sir Chomps-A-Lot · Slab · Snickers · Stone Hawk (non-canon) · Stormbringer · Stormbringer's baby · Treehorn queen · Ultra Dragon · Undersea Biscuit · Wind Dragon · Wisp · Wu's chicken · Wu's dog (non-canon) · Zane's Mino · Zippy · Zippy's uncle

Ninjago Wildlife (LEGO.com)

Ash Bats · Bongo Tigers · Boogie-Woogie Bears · Burning Snakes · Burnt Fish · Chewie Goats · Dark Condors · Floating Cougars · Frozen Owls · Hot Air Baboons · Iceberg Whales · Lazy Bugs · Light Condors · Molten Moles · Ninja Bunnies · Ninja Squirrels · Ninja Tortoises · Polar Ice Bears · Rockslide Bats · Underworld's Boney Creatures · Wicked Spiders

Advertisement