- Not to be confused with the character of a similar name.
Wishmasters is the seventh episode of the sixth season of Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitzu and the 61st episode overall. It aired on January 24, 2016 in Asia, and on July 13, 2016 in the United States on Cartoon Network.
Back in Ninjago City, Cole, Lloyd, and Nya discuss their next plan of action. Dareth attempts to help by bringing in the Hageman Brothers for ideas, but Ronin dismisses them. However, the ninja finally formulate a plan, using Jay's note, which was written on the back of some blueprints for a Raid Zeppelin, to build their own Raid Zeppelin and sneak into Djinjago to save him.
Meanwhile, Patty Keys introduces several tourists to the Temple of Airjitzu, only to watch as the structure is torn out of the ground as a result of the Djinn Blade's power and is absorbed into the reconstructing Djinjago. Nadakhan, impressed with the temple, decides to preserve it. However, an infuriated Sensei Yang appears, confronting the Djinn, only to be driven off by a water cannon controlled by Dogshank, fleeing his temple with his students. Flintlocke arrives with two recruits named Colin and Landon that Nadakhan renames Bucko and Sqiffy before dismissing the three of them, reflecting on his plans and success.
Disguised as pirates, Cole, Nya, and Lloyd sneak into Djinjago aboard their Raid Zeppelin, and Cole, sneaking past Monkey Wretch, infiltrates Nadakhan's room. Before he can poison Nadakhan's drinks with the venom, however, he notices an exhausted and wounded Jay. Forgetting about the venom, he tends to his friend, freeing him from his restraints, only to be forced to flee when Nadakhan enters, the latter realizing the two have escaped.
Even as Cole laments on leaving the Tiger Widow venom behind, they jump onto one of the Raid Zeppelins, only to realize it's under the control of real Sky Pirates. Taken prisoner alongside Lloyd and Nya, Nya is forced to have lunch with Nadakhan while the other three are thrown into their cells. Jay explains Nadakhan's plan to gain infinite wishes; meanwhile, Nya refuses Nadakhan's hand in marriage.
To force her to agree, Nadakhan makes Nya watch as he proceeds to make her friends walk the plank, telling her than in return for letting them live, she becomes his bride. Flintlocke, suspicious, questions why they need Nya, but his questions are avoided, and Cole is forced to go first. (Notice as Nadakhan is talking, the skeleton moves around a lot. It stands still when Nadakhan looks at it.)
With no other option, lest he falls into the Endless Sea and dies, Cole wishes for their Vengestone bonds to make them stronger, allowing them to fight back, and Lloyd realizes that if he's within earshot, Nadakhan is obliged to fulfill a wish. However, the ninja's powers begin to go out of control and they destroy their bonds, even as Nya accidentally wishes that someone had told her they were going to use a wish, prompting Nadakhan to fulfill it; Jay, in the meantime, is horrified and frustrated that his friends are now resorting to their wishes.
Flintlocke prepares to shoot Lloyd, who wishes that the former had a lousy aim. As a result, Flintlocke misses at point-blank and ends up accidentally shooting his foot and a Raid Zeppelin in the process. Nadakhan, frustrated, uses the Djinn Blade to summon Zane's Ice and freezes the deck, causing the ninja to slip around, and Cole wishes for Nadakhan to lose the Djinn Blade.
However, Flintlocke gives his captain back the blade after it's thrown from his grip, negating Cole's wish, and Lloyd wishes to become wise like Sensei Wu, and with his newfound wisdom, is able to navigate the icy deck and fight off the Sky Pirates. Cole, inspired, uses his last wish, wishing they were all out of here, and Nadakhan, horrified, watches as the Misfortune's Keep tilts over. As everyone hangs on, the Tiger Widow venom rolls past Jay, who manages to catch it. Nya wishes that Cole hadn't made his final wish, accidentally wasting hers in the process.
Lloyd, to his horror, realizes that in return for his wisdom, he's become as old as Master Wu himself, and everyone loses their grip and falls to the clouds below. Using her final wish, Nya wishes the clouds would become solid, and everyone lands safely, bouncing around. Eventually, the ninja are cornered by Nadakhan and his pirates, with only two wishes left; Jay's and Lloyd's final wishes.
Using his wisdom, Lloyd tells Jay that his final wish needs to be said from the heart, and wishes for a cutlass, using it to pierce one of the clouds and sending Jay and Nya falling, out of Nadakhan's grip. Lloyd defiantly gloats that Nadakhan can't make any of them wish for it all to go away, prompting the Djinn to force a hesitant Clancee to use one of his wishes.
Unsure about it, Clancee finally caves in and wishes for Cole and Lloyd to be trapped within the Djinn Blade. Meanwhile, a falling Jay and Nya combine their elemental powers together to create an Elemental Dragon of Water and Lightning and fly away. Nadakhan sends Flintlocke to capture Nya, and flying after the two on a Sky Shark, Flintlocke realizes Jay was right and opts to simply kill the two of them. However, the Police ambush him with several cannons, driving him off and rescuing Jay and Nya.
Even as they fly down to be joined by their allies, a weary Jay remarks in horror over the loss of his friends, and Nya comforts him, saying they'll figure out their next plan of action.
- Acting Coach - Scott McNeil
- Clancee - Ian James Corlett
- Cole - Kirby Morrow
- Colin - Brian Dobson
- Dan Hageman - Alan Marriott
- Dareth - Alan Marriott
- Dogshank - Nicole Oliver
- Flintlocke - Paul Dobson
- Girl Pirate - Nicole Oliver
- Jay - Michael Adamthwaite
- Kevin Hageman - Ian James Corlett
- Lloyd Garmadon - Jillian Michaels
- Monkey Wretch - Ian James Corlett
- Nadakhan - Scott McNeil
- Nya - Kelly Metzger
- Patty Keys - Cathy Weseluck
- Police Commissioner - Michael Donovan
- Ronin - Brian Dobson
- Yang - Michael Donovan
For the transcript of the episode, click here.
The Trivia on Wishmasters needs to be divided into the Trivia and Continuity sections.
- This episode marks the first appearance of Yang and his temple since "The Temple on Haunted Hill."
- It is revealed Nya does not care much for sweet foods at all, especially when introduced during a courtship attempt.
- Despite this, she has been seen eating ice cream as a child in a brief flashback in "Curseworld, Part II."
- Clancee uses his first wish: on Nadakhan's orders, he wishes for Lloyd and Cole, who used all their wishes to be trapped in the Djinn Blade.
- It is possible that the remaining ninja resorted to selfless wishing like Jay's first wishing, in order to escape: as selfish wishing led to Nadakhan's power becoming stronger, wishing for the sake of others had the opposite effect (as was the case when Jay's first wish was granted without ill effects upon him); and the ninja's wishes reflected upon facing their enemies in a fair fight as well as without having anyone getting hurt.
- Lloyd's second wish resulted in him getting much older as well as wiser. It would only be thanks to Jay's final wish that he would be restored to his former age.
- This episode marks the second time Lloyd becomes older, the first being "Child's Play." However, in "Child's Play," Lloyd became older permanently, while in "The Way Back," he returned to normal due to Jay's final wish.
- Lloyd's elder appearance is nearly exactly that of his father's, except he has white hair like his uncle.
- This is the only time in which two people are trapped in the Djinn Blade at the same time.
- The very first Elemental Dragon hybrid is created from Nya and Jay's sharing in their powers: a hydroelectric embodiment of a living storm, whether by weather or emotions.
- At this point, since Cole's first wish, Vengestone now increases elemental powers instead of containing them. However, due to Jay's last wish, it returned to its original state.
- For a few seconds, Cole turns gray and loses his green ghost glow before being trapped in the Djinn Blade. Tommy Andreasen stated he hated the reason for this and won't say why. He has also said it could be "Nadakhan toying with Cole's feelings" or "Just some Djinn magic … or because Clancee’s with wasn’t completely sincere."
- After his rescue, Jay discards his eyepatch, likely because his injury had healed enough that he could see again. However, he is seen with another eyepatch in "The Way Back."
- Even though Dan and Kevin Hageman have speaking roles in this episode, they didn't voice themselves.
- When Nadakhan said that ghosts were "so last year," he was referring to the previous season (which aired in 2015), as it mainly focused on ghosts. This is also true in-universe, as a New Year Festival took place at the end of the previous season.
- This marks the second time that the fourth wall has been broken in reference to the real-world dates of the Ninjago franchise, the first time being "The Stone Army" when Lloyd asked if it was Wednesday already.
- The events of this episode were soon erased, due to Jay's final wish.
- The pirates Lloyd and Nya impersonate are similar to the ones seen in the 853544 LEGO NINJAGO Accessory Set.
- The background music that plays when Lloyd wishes for a cutlass to pierce a cloud sending Jay and Nya flying, and the two fuse their Elemental Dragons together is the same one that plays when Garmadon is being banished to the Cursed Realm in "The Corridor of Elders".
- During the whole episode, Cole's voice didn't have the ghost tone to it.
- Additionally, just before he entered Nadakhan's Djinn blade, his body was completely human. ￼
- For a split second, when Jay is on the Misfortune's Keep, he uses his 2011 legs. 
- When Jay and Cole jump on board of the wrong Raid Zeppelin, Doubloon's cutlass can be seen phasing throught his helmet's horns.
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