|"That's not what happened at all!"
|"The Tall Tale of Doubloon"|
|Season Mini-series, Episode 3|
|Air date||March 14, 2016|
"The Tall Tale of Clancee"
"The Tall Tale of Dogshank"
Originally a talkative, two-faced thief who knew Spinjitzu, Doubloon would go around Ninjago committing various crimes, such as robbing Ninjago City's bank and escaping from Kryptarium using a radio of himself talking underneath his blanket.
While traveling through the underground tunnels, he would be directed to Stiix by a passing Chokun. Arriving at the city, Doubloon would stumble across Flintlocke and Clancee. Hearing that they were pirates, he would ask for directions to their ship, claiming to want transportation to Ninjago City, but secretly wanting to steal their gold.
After directing Doubloon to the Misfortune's Keep, Clancee and Flintlocke, behind his back, would agree that he was only after their treasure. Arriving in their treasure room, Doubloon would begin to break into Nadakhan's mysterious lock protecting his riches, only to be exposed by Monkey Wretch, pretending to be a statue. Even as Flintlocke, Clancee, and Nadakhan himself surround Doubloon, he would attempt to make his way into Nadakhan's crew by arguing that his success with picking Nadakhan's lock guaranteed a reward.
Agreeing, Nadakhan would grant his wish, simultaneously turning Doubloon into a two-faced being and unable to speak, much to the laughter of the surrounding Sky Pirates and Doubloon's dismay.
For the transcript of the episode, click here.
- Doubloon's antics take place in the present day with characters such as the prison guards even though it was established in the TV series that Nadakhan's crew was marooned two hundred years ago, meaning Doubloon's origins took place over two hundred years ago.
- In "My Dinner With Nadakhan," Clancee said that Doubloon tried wishing his way out of his sentence after he was caught stealing, but in this episode, Doubloon is transformed into his "two-faced" form before being given the chance to make any wish.