|“Maybe it's better to wait until dark, so we don't attract any unwanted attention from the Ninja or Samurai.”|
“Oh, I have a feeling we'll fit right in.”
|— Skales and Pythor in "Once Bitten, Twice Shy"|
The Mega Monster Amusement Park (written as Megamonster Park on the sign) is a location in Ninjago.
- 1 History
- 2 Known attractions
- 3 Appearance
- 4 Appearances
- 4.1 Sets
- 4.2 Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitzu
- 4.3 Video games
- 5 Trivia
- 6 Gallery
- 7 References
Sometime after all five Serpentine tribes were unleashed, the ninja received word of a Serpentine attack on the Mega Monster Amusement Park. They rushed to the scene, eager to battle the snakes and show off their ZX suits, only to find a crowd of people already staring at a group of tied-up Serpentine.
The ninja learned that the Serpentine had been handily defeated by Samurai X. Nya and Master Wu arrived as the ninja fumed over being upstaged; Wu suggested that his students take this as motivation to better themselves before rushing off to the Ferris wheel. The ninja ruminated on their master's words and concluded that the one destined to become the Green Ninja would be the ninja skilled enough to capture the Samurai.
The Serpentine discover that the first Silver Fangblade is hidden inside the amusement park, so Pythor goes to find it. When they go inside, everyone assumes that the Serpentine are mascots wearing costumes and think nothing of it.
As Nya is preparing to confront the Serpentine, Jay invites her on a date to the amusement park, to which she agrees. However, while on their date, Jay realizes that the prick he received earlier from the Fangpyre skeleton's fang began turning him into a Fangpyre. He rushes to the bathroom, and Nya is eventually forced to leave their meals behind as she becomes impatient with the Serpentine activity.
Pythor continues looking for the Fangblade inside one of the rides when a crowd of people sees the Serpentine digging for it. A man calls the Venomari stupid, to which everyone is sprayed with venom in their eyes, and as they begin hallucinating they frantically rush off the ride. The ninja come to the conclusion that the Venomari must have made the ride seem scary, so they run inside to investigate.
Once the Serpentine uncover the Fangblade, the ninja arrive and confront them, rushing into battle. Although while Zane attempted to show off by using his True Potential ice powers, he accidentally freezes himself and his teammates, allowing the Serpentine to escape.
Nya appears in her exo-suit and snatches the Fangblade from them by using a magnet, though sadly the Constrictai quickly catch up to her and pin her down, taking the Fangblade back. Jay arrives on the scene and spots Nya chained up to the roller-coaster, so he hops onto the ride to try and release her. As the ride takes off, Jay desperately starts calling for the Samurai for help. Nya tells Jay that she's the Samurai, and after saying that he shouldn't go out of his way to impress her, she kisses him, which raises his heart rate and reverses the effects of the Fangpyre venom. She then tells him to be himself, and Jay unlocks his True Potential and stops the ride before it reaches a dead end.
Wu tricks the evil clones of the ninja to believe that Lloyd and the ninja were at Mega Monster Amusement Park. He then attacks them, knowing they are not his students.
A news channel announced that Zane caused vandalism at the amusement park.
Jay and Cole head to the Amusement Park to learn more about a Djinn, only to realize it was shut down after the incident. After reaching the park, Cole decides they should check the roller-coaster, where Zane was framed. Using his Lightning, Jay turns on the security monitors to find Nadakhan.
The roller-coaster suddenly turns on when Ronin reveals himself, which causes Cole to turn invisible and leave Jay on his own. He quickly climbed onto the roller-coaster to avoid Ronin. When Jay explains the Djinn can shapeshift, Ronin doesn't believe him and joins him on the ride. After a brief chase, Jay drops below to another set of train, and Ronin sees the lever to turn the coaster off. After using his Aeroblade to turn the attraction off, Jay falls into a bag held by Ronin.
After looking around, Ronin found a trail of funnel cake crumbs, which leads to Cole. After mocking the mercenary, Ronin uses his thermal vision to find and capture the ghost, turning him and the rest of the ninja to the police.
The ninja go there to stop the Vermillion from stealing metal. After fighting the Vermillion, the ninja soon realize two things: the Vermillion are more interested in stealing metal than fighting the ninja, and Jay did not go with the rest of the ninja.
Golden Legend (non-canon)
A run-down Mega Monster Amusement Park stood in a post-apocalyptic version of Ninjago.
- Ferris wheel
- Swing ride (suspended)
- Ghost Train
- Spinning Teacups
Mega Monster Amusement park contains several lively attractions. Aside from the rides, there are several eateries throughout the park including Beastyburger, a tea shop, a noodle house, a place selling shrimp, a vendor stocked with cotton candy, and a large oriental-styled restaurant that serves dishes with enormous proportions.
- This is where Jay unlocked his True Potential, as well as the place where Jay and Nya had their first kiss.
- In the "suit up" montage in "Return of the Overlord," a photo of Jay and Nya at the amusement park is seen, but Jay has his regular hair and different clothes than he did in "Once Bitten, Twice Shy," and Nya is wearing her regular clothes as opposed to the formal outfit she had worn during their date in the episode, meaning Jay and Nya had gone on multiple dates to the amusement park as of the later episode.
- Wu sometimes sneaks off to ride the Spinning Teacups.
- The exact name of the park differs depending on the source. It's always referred to as "Mega Monster Amusement Park" by characters, and it's written this way in The Book of Spinjitzu, but the signs in both the show and set omit "Amusement" from the name, with the sign in the show also writing "MEGAMONSTER" as one word with no space in between. The sign in "The Day Ninjago Stood Still" also says Visit Mega Monster Amusement Park.
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