|“After much time, Korgran has proven himself! Korgran is ready to become valuable member of barbarian horde.”|
|— Korgran to his father, "Dungeon Party!"|
- 1 History
- 2 Appearances
- 3 Trivia
- 4 Gallery
- 5 References
In an effort to prove himself, Korgran fights a lizard monster. After a close fight, Korgran proves to be victorious.
He shows his father the beast, but it turns out to be Ross, his father's division manager. Korgran is upset and asks his axe why he didn't tell him, and his father comments about his axe being unable to speak and that it's all in his imagination. Looking for another quest, Korgran takes on the assignment from Vangelis despite failing three other quests due to attacking his own allies.
Korgran, along with Plundar, and Fungus, took on the same request Vangelis sent them to complete. They were assigned to retrieve the Skull of Hazza D'ur from the dangerous Dungeons of Shintaro and bring it back to Vangelis so it can be destroyed.
After meeting Adam, the three make it through the traps easily and find the skull. However, when Korgran touches it, Dark Magic seeps through his body, so he drops it. The group realizes the skull is evil, so they carry it using Korgran's Axe.
The Lowly make it back to the Ivory City, but Vangelis has different plans. He tells the group they can possess so much power, but the Lowly insist that the Skull of Hazza D'ur must be destroyed. After realizing the truth, Vangelis presses a button, and the Lowly fall through a pit.
After he is done, Cole promises they will get out of this situation and he renames the group the "Upply".
Fungus and the Upply explore the caverns to find a way out, but they don't find anything. When Cole discovers his Elemental Energy, the Upply follow Cole as they swim out of Rock-Bottom and find themselves at a lava stream.
While crossing, they encounter a Lava Monster. Korgran uses his axe to cut the tentacles, but more grow in replacement. However, Fungus uses his Magic to freeze the beast which gives time for Adam to push a boulder on top of the Magma Monster.
Korgran and the Upply are chased by the Magma Monster. They find some mine carts and decide to ride it, ending up at the Heart of the Mountain. Korgran and the Lowly explore the ancient temple and discover Cole's mother performed the Spinjitzu Burst. The Upply watch Cole try to perform it, but he fails at it.
Korgran helps attach wheels to the Fire Stone Mech and ride in one of the mine carts while Cole uses the mech to push the carts. During their ride, the Upply encounter the Magma Monster and Dire Bats, so Korgran uses his axe to ward off the attacks. When Cole is too busy fighting the Magma Monster, the mine carts are about to head into the lava, but Cole saves everyone and they reach the Kingdom of Shintaro. The Upply then cheer and chant "Upply".
As Cole is fighting the Skull Sorcerer, Fungus and Korgran jump into action. They tell the Geckles and Munce to free themselves so they could join in.
Korgran helps the Upply, Geckles, Munce, and ninja fight the Awakened Warriors. Although they are overwhelmed, Vania and the Winged Guards of Shintaro aid them as well. Cole then unlocks the Spinjitzu Burst, destroying the Awakened Warriors and Grief-Bringer and leaving Vangelis to be arrested by his former guards.
Korgran watches Vania be crowned queen and promises equality for everyone. Korgran then says farewell to Cole as he leaves.
- 150. "Trial By Mino" (pictured)
- 152. "The Real Fall"
- 153. "Dungeon Party!"
- 154. "Dungeon Crawl!"
- 156. "Masters Never Quit"
- 158. "The Ascent"
- 159. "The Upply Strike Back!"
- 160. "The Son of Lilly"
- He is the second character from Metalonia, the first being Karlof.
- Both speak with a Russian accent.
- He is the fourth character to only speak in third-person, the others being Karlof, Ghoultar and Murt.
- However, unlike the others, Korgran only speaks in third-person to make himself sound more barbaric.
- His theme song and title card transitions are a direct reference to 80's animation and cartoons, specifically that of the original He-Man cartoon.
- He uses design elements of characters from LEGO's Minifigures theme:
In LEGO Ninjago
The images on Korgran need to be organized.