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|"That's not what happened at all!"
|Series Ep #||Season Ep #||Image||Episode name||Airdate|
|Mini-movie||1||"The Tall Tale of Flintlocke"||February 17, 2016|
|Mini-movie||2||"The Tall Tale of Clancee"||February 28, 2016|
|Mini-movie||3||"The Tall Tale of Doubloon"||March 14, 2016|
|Mini-movie||4||"The Tall Tale of Dogshank"||April 2, 2016|
|Mini-movie||5||"The Tall Tale of Monkey Wretch"||April 20, 2016|
|Mini-movie||6||"The Tall Tale of Sqiffy and Bucko"||April 25, 2016|
- The episodes include the instrumental version of "Misfortune's Keep."
- For unknown reasons, only the first three mini-movies have a title card in the beginning.
- Tommy Andreasen said, "If I could erase them from existence I would as they are misleading erode the integrity of Ninjago in my opinion." All of the shorts (besides Flintlocke's and Monkey Wretch's) contain timeline and character errors.
- The tales take place in the present day and show present-day characters even though it was established in the TV series that Nadakhan's crew was marooned two hundred years ago, meaning the crews' origins took place over two hundred years ago.
- In "My Dinner With Nadakhan," Clancee states that Doubloon tried wishing his way out of his sentence after he was caught stealing, but in "The Tall Tale of Doubloon," he's transformed into his "two-faced" form before being given a chance to make any wish.
- In the same episode, Clancee states that Dogshank wished to stand out, while in "The Tall Tale of Dogshank," she wished to win.
- "The Tall Tale of Sqiffy and Bucko" shows Sqiffy and Bucko as pirates before they were recruited by Nadakhan, even though "Wishmasters" showed that they weren't pirates before Nadakhan recruited them.