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And for fear of his own demise, a map for an honest man to hide. That honest man was your father.

The map of the Golden Weapons is a map of Ninjago created by Master Wu detailing the exact locations where he hid the Golden Weapons. For fear that he might one day pass, Wu entrusted the care of the map to an honest man.

History

Prior to the series

Shortly after Garmadon was banished to the Underworld, Wu hid the four Golden Weapons of Spinjitzu. Fearing he might die before the weapons were found again, he created a map detailing their locations and entrusted it to Ray. Ray hid it behind the sign of his blacksmith shop and it remained there in secret for around a decade.[1]

Way of the Ninja

Samukai's forces eventually learned of the map and launched an attack on the blacksmith shop to retrieve it. Nuckal and Kruncha infiltrated the building and while fighting amongst themselves, managed to locate the map and claim it.

The Golden Weapon

Samukai used the map to locate the Scythe of Quakes, hidden in the Caves of Despair. Despite often consulting it during the mining operations, the Skulkin leader was unaware that it was upside down and thus they were digging in the wrong area. The Map was eventually stolen by the ninja, who discovered the Skulkin General's mistake and located the Golden Weapon.

King of Shadows

After retrieving the Shurikens of Ice, Wu showed the ninja on the map the location of the Nunchucks of Lightning.

It is unknown what happened to it afterward.

Appearances

Sets

Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitzu

Pilot episodes

Trivia

  • The map is included in several non-canon comic books (only with pictures of the four original ninja and Skulkin on it), such as The Challenge of Samukai and Mask of the Sensei.
  • Although the Golden Weapons look different in the show than in the sets, they are shown on this map as their counterparts in the sets.

Gallery

Promotional media

In Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitzu

References

Objects

Artifacts

Amulet of Protection · Amulets of Wojira (Storm · Wave) · Bell of Divinity · Blade Cup · Celestial Clock · Chest Vortex · Dragon Armor (Blade · Chestplate · Helmet · Shield) · Golden Armor · Golden sarcophagus · Helmet of Shadows · Idol of Unity · Jadeblade statue · Lantern · Map of Dens · Map of Fangs · Map of the Golden Weapons · Maps of the Oni Mask of Hatred · Medallion · Mirror of Fears · Oni Masks (Deception · Hatred · Vengeance) · Realm Crystal · Sacred Flutes · Scrolls of Airjitzu · Scrolls of Forbidden Spinjitzu · Skull of Hazza D'ur · Sphinx · Teapot of Tyrahn · Underworld helmet

Technology

Arcade cabinets · Artificial limbs · BorgPad · BorgWatch · Compact converted jiggly compressor · Infovision · Jay's guitar · Original Prime Empire arcade cabinet · Perfect Match · Prime Empire motherboard · Robo-arm · Robot dogs · Samurai X suit · Shrinking pill · Sparring bot · Spider Hacker · Thermolytic Inverter · Time apparatus · Wu Bots · Zane's Martial Arts Movie Club · Zane's power source

Miscellaneous

Banners (Adaptability · Courage · Speed · Stealth · Surprise · Teamwork · Wisdom) · Blue Dragon Amulet · Chen's Chair · Cliff Gordon's replica · Credits · Cyrus Borg's statue · Elemental Forges (non-canon) · Energy cubes · Evil statues · Fangpyre skeleton · Fireblock SPF-3000 · Health boards · Hearth Fire · Ice Shackles · Inventories · Jacob's sitar · Jay's travel pillow · Kai's headband · Lilly's necklace · Loot boxes · Minidroid Chess · Mister Cuddlywomp · Mystery Dust (non-canon) · Nadakhan's pocketwatch · Ninja action figures · Ninjago history mural · Nya's fan · Plundar's dice · Police Commissioner's model boat · Ramne noodle cart · Sea scrolls · Shintaro wings · Soda guzzler · Throne of swords · Titanium statue · Vermillion eggs · Vex's crystal · Wu's pocketwatch

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