The storm belt is an area off the Southern Coast of the Endless Sea with a series of never-ending thunderstorms and a region near the Island of the Keepers. According to P.I.X.A.L., several ships and airplanes have gone missing in this region.
- 1 History
- 2 Appearances
- 3 Trivia
- 4 Gallery
- 5 References
Prior to The Island
At some point in time, the storm belt came into existence becoming a region plagued by never-ending thunderstorms and surrounded the Island of the Keepers. After the Keepers and the Stone Guardians were tasked with protecting the Storm Amulet, they used storm belt as an advantage to help them prevent anyone from going to the Island of the Keepers.
Several years later, Twitchy Tim went on a hot air balloon tour until his balloon was blown off-course to the island. During his time there, he was struck by the lightning from the storm belt twelve times while he was trying to escape.
The storm belt was first mentioned by P.I.X.A.L., who stated that it was very dangerous due to ships and airplanes disappearing when they were in the storm belt. However, the ninja as well as Twitchy Tim went in and were able to survive.
After hearing that the Storm Amulet was located in the Island of the Keepers from Nya, Kalmaar demanded her to tell him where the island is located at and that he will spare her and Maya's lifes in return. Although Nya knew that the storm belt was location of the Island of the Keepers, she pretended that she didn't knew so that Kalmaar wouldn't get the Storm Amulet.
While looking for the Island of the Keepers' location, Glutinous came in and revealed the storm belt to Kalmaar. Although Kalmaar was confused at first, Glutinous explained the storm belt to him and said that it's the location of the island. After hearing this, Kalmaar ordered Gripe to ready the Maaray Guards so they could go there.
Meanwhile, the ninja used the Hydro Bounty to go under the storm belt so they wouldn't get hit by the lightning and travel to the Island of the Keepers safely.
- It is similar to the Bermuda Triangle, an area in the Atlantic Ocean where ships and aircraft also disappear.