Chain Master Wrayth was a chain master fond of turning others into ghosts. He was a spirit that was at one point banished to the Cursed Realm, and was imprisoned there for a time. Upon Morro's return to Ninjago, he was freed from the Cursed Realm using the Allied Armor of Azure to battle the ninja.
Riding a massive Chain Cycle, Wrayth confronted Cole, Kai, Jay and Zane at a train station, where he proved himself to be a formidable adversary. However, when a water tower collapsed and its contents spilled onto him, Wrayth was dissolved and banished to the Cursed Realm, where he stayed for a while. After staying imprisoned for several days, Wrayth was freed once more by Morro, this time through the use of the Realm Crystal. Upon his arrival in Stiix, he began wreaking havoc on the town and its citizens, and ensured Morro that he had become invincible.
Soon enough, the ninja snuck into the town and began battling the ghosts. When The Preeminent was freed, Wrayth helped to guide the creature as it strove to destroy the steamboat evacuating the citizens of Stiix. Yet when Nya managed to unlock her True Potential, she created a tidal wave that drowned The Preeminent and destroyed the Cursed Realm and all its inhabitants, including Wrayth.
- 1 History
- 2 Appearance
- 3 LEGO.com description
- 4 Appearances
- 5 Trivia
- 6 Gallery
Wrayth was, at one point in time, banished to the Cursed Realm.
Wrayth was freed from the Cursed Realm by Morro using the Allied Armor of Azure with orders to stop the ninja while he sought the Airjitzu scrolls. Wrayth turned a regular cycle into the Chain Cycle and rode off into the desert.
Wrayth eventually came across the ninja at a train station and attacked them relentlessly. Unfortunately, his chain caught on a nearby water tower and toppled it on himself. The large amount of water from it caused Wrayth to dissolve and be sent back to the Cursed Realm.
Wrayth helped the Preeminent by lifting her tentacles to move around in her new armor. He later caught Zane with his chain, but was destroyed before he gets to turn him into a ghost.
He has green ghost face with a blue mask and a purple band, a shirt all destroyed with chains with black arms, and transparent green legs with gray belt.
Wrayth is one of Morro's ghostly warriors. He is known for his cackling laugh, his spectral motorcycle, and his chain which can turn anyone it hits into a ghost. Beware the wrath of Wrayth!
- 70730 Chain Cycle Ambush (legs)
- 70732 City of Stiix (ghost tail)
- 70736 Attack of the Morro Dragon (ghost tail)
- 70744 Airjitzu Wrayth Flyer (legs)
- 5004817 Ninjago Collection (ghost tail)
- 1. "Legacy"
- Ninjago Possession (non-canon)
- Wrayth is seemingly "destroyed" in "Ghost Story" by a collapsing water tower, which is interesting considering he appears in three sets and also has his own Airjitzu flyer, making him the most recurring ghost minifigure, even though he is absent for the majority of the season.
- Due to the ghosts' ability to regenerate through the Cursed Realm, Wrayth returns near the end of the season in "Curseworld, Part I."
- Wrayth was the first Ghost Master and Ghost Warrior to be summoned by Morro.
- He is also the first Ghost Master to be destroyed, by being doused in water.
- He is able to turn other creatures into ghost, an ability he shares with Soul Archer. He also has the same mask piece as Soul Archer, causing many fans to confuse them.
- In the sets he's shown to know Airjitzu, but in the series he doesn't.
- His head resembles a mummy.
- Thus, he is the only Ghost Master to not have a transparent head.
- He is the only Ghost Master to not appear in the Final Flight of the Destiny's Bounty set.
- He is the only Ghost Warrior other than Morro to have an Airjitzu flyer.
- He is similar to Kai from the Dreamworks movie Kung Fu Panda 3 (not to be confused with the Fire Ninja with the same name), as both are from another realm (Kai from the Spirit Realm, Wrayth from the Cursed Realm), both are ghosts while Kai is a Spirit Warrior, wield green-bladed chains, and can transform others.
- He could be a reference to Ghost Rider, as he uses a chain and fights briefly on a motorcycle.
- His name is a reference to "Wraith," a synonym for ghost, and possibly the word "wrath."
- Wrayth seems to be the ghost equivalent of Jay, as both wield chains as their prominent weapon and have an affinity for vehicles. This may be a result of Morro's attempt to emulate Lloyd, the true Green Ninja. [ Needs more explanation ]
- He also has the same voice actor as Jay, Michael Adamthwaite.
- His name is misspelled as "Raythe" in the credits of the two Curseworld episodes.
- He is the only high ranking ghost warrior to not be seen with legs once during the season.