|“Are we compatible now?”|
|— Zane to P.I.X.A.L.|
Season 3 of LEGO Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitzu, subtitled Rebooted, was preceded by Season 2 and succeeded by Season 4. Zane was the focus Ninja and mascot, The Overlord served as the main antagonist, Cryptor served as the secondary antagonist, and the Nindroids were the villainous faction of the season.
Victory in the Final Battle between the Golden Ninja and the Overlord has ushered in a new era of peace and begun a technological renaissance. NINJAGO City has been rebuilt into a futuristic wonder and is now completely interconnected. Welcome to New NINJAGO City. The ninja have found there is very little need for their heroics and have become teachers at Wu’s Academy. But peace is an illusion…
After The Overlord was defeated by Lloyd, Ninjago City was in complete ruins. However, a man named Cyrus Borg believed that if they worked together, they could achieve anything. In a matter of weeks, Ninjago had been rebuilt into a futuristic metropolis, and was now New Ninjago City.
Without an enemy to fight, Ninja became teachers at Master Wu's Academy. One day, they received clearance for a field trip to Borg Industries. But upon arrival, they learn that the Overlord survived the final battle and is trapped in the Digiverse as a virus. Cyrus Borg realizes this and gives the Ninja the Techno Blades, which are the keys to destroy the Overlord.
The Overlord uses P.I.X.A.L. (an android who works at Borg Industries) to create an army of Nindroids from Zane's blueprints and plans to capture Lloyd, as his Golden Power will help him escape the digital realm. The hard drive containing the Overlord is later stolen by Pythor, revealed to have survived being eaten by The Great Devourer.
He captures Lloyd, and the Overlord drains him of most of his Golden Power. Though the Ninja defeat him in the Digiverse, the Overlord escapes the digital realm half-formed. Lloyd then splits his remaining Golden Power among the four Ninja therefore restoring their Elemental abilities, knowing that the power would be a big responsibility for him to bear alone.
The Overlord, needing to complete his transformation, sends the Nindroids to space to retrieve the Golden Weapons from the constellation Arcturus, which they succeed in doing. The Overlord becomes the Golden Master, fulfilling an old Serpentine prophecy, and wreaks havoc on New Ninjago City. With no other option, Zane sacrifices himself to destroy the Golden Master. However, he survives, trapped in the systems and rebuilds himself using titanium.
|Season Ep #||Series Ep #||Image||Episode name||Airdate|
|1||27||"The Surge"||January 29, 2014 (US)|
|2||28||"The Art of the Silent Fist"||January 29, 2014 (US)|
|3||29||"Blackout"||April 16, 2014 (US)|
|4||30||"The Curse of the Golden Master"||April 16, 2014 (US)|
|5||31||"Enter the Digiverse"||July 13, 2014 (US)|
|6||32||"Codename: Arcturus"||July 13, 2014 (US)|
|7||33||"The Void"||November 26, 2014 (US)|
|8||34||"The Titanium Ninja"||November 26, 2014 (US)|
- Cyrus Borg - Lee Tockar
- Cole - Kirby Morrow
- Cryptor - Richard Newman
- Garmadon - Mark Oliver
- Jay - Michael Adamthwaite
- Kai - Vincent Tong
- Lloyd Garmadon - Jillian Michaels
- Nya - Kelly Metzger
- P.I.X.A.L. - Jennifer Hayward
- Pythor P. Chumsworth - Michael Dobson
- The Overlord - Scott McNeil
- Wu - Paul Dobson
- Zane - Brent Miller
- 70720 Hover Hunter
- 70721 Kai Fighter
- 70722 OverBorg Attack
- 70723 Thunder Raider
- 70724 NinjaCopter
- 70725 Nindroid MechDragon
- 70726 Destructoid
- 70727 X-1 Ninja Charger
- 70728 Battle for Ninjago City
- This is the only season to have eight episodes.
- This is the first season to air entirely in Australia/New Zealand before the United States.
- The second is Sons of Garmadon.
- For some reason, the color of the names of the episode in the title card changes from gold to white after the first two episodes, then changes to a light shade of yellow mixed with white before going back to gold.
- This is currently the only season in which the Destiny's Bounty does not make a single appearance. The original Destiny's Bounty was used for Seasons 1 and 2, while Destiny's Bounty 2.0 has been used from Season 4 up to Season 12. The pilot episodes are the only other installment not to feature the Bounty.
- Zane was the focus Ninja throughout the season. The relationship between Zane and P.I.X.A.L. was the primary focus of the season.
- Zane had many focus episodes, which were episodes 28 and 34.
- This is the second season to focus on Zane (not counting the Mini-Movies).
- P.I.X.A.L. had a major role in this season behind Zane, especially in Episodes 28 and 34.
- However, the other five main characters also have a large role in this season.
- Kai had his own focus episode as well, which is Episode 32, about Kai driving his Prototype X-1 machine car and fighting with the Nindroids.
- Lloyd also had a larger role. His relationship with Master Garmadon and the power of Lloyd were further described.
- The story between Jay, Cole, and Nya mainly focus on the love triangle between them, which is mainly shown in Episode 29.
- Wu had some capacity in the show (like Techno Wu in episodes 28-31), but the appearance of Wu was less than the six main characters.
- Master Garmadon had returned in this season in some capacity, mostly with his son, Lloyd.
- Misako also had returned in this season in some capacity in episodes 28, 33, and 34.
- The Overlord served as the main antagonist. Other important antagonists include P.I.X.A.L. (episodes 27-28), OverBorg (episodes 27-28; 32-34), General Cryptor, Min-Droid, Pythor, and Techno Wu (episodes 29-31).
- The Nindroids were the villainous faction of the season.