Zane's holographic cloak is an ability used by Zane to disguise himself as anyone or anything.
- 1 History
- 2 List of cloaks
- 3 Appearances
- 4 Trivia
- 5 Gallery
- 6 References
As Kai and Zane fight The Mechanic, he uses his Ice to freeze him before activating his cloak. When they are introduced to Harumi inside the Royal Palace, she refers to him as an android before Zane corrects her, changing from his human cloak to titanium.
Sometime before the raid at the Royal Palace, Zane changed from his titanium form to his human form. Later, when Lloyd and Harumi narrowly escape from the Sons of Garmadon on the Destiny's Bounty, Zane changed back to his titanium form.
Zane disguises himself as Ultra Violet to meet up with Cole, who the Sons of Garmadon are holding captive. Later as he joins the others in a race on motorcycles, he switches from his "Snake Jaguar" cloak to his titanium, revealing his identity as a ninja. He and Mr. E's bikes collide, and the impact turned him back into his titanium form.
Before taking on the Colossus, Zane switches from his titanium form to human form.
When the ninja celebrated their overthrow of Garmadon, Zane has his human cloak.
When Zane, Cole, and P.I.X.A.L. were awarded the Destiny's Bounty, Zane was in his human cloak.
List of cloaks
Here is the list of the characters Zane disguised as:
- His human form
- "Snake Jaguar"
- Ultra Violet
- Random male citizen (briefly)
- Sunblock woman from "Snaketastrophy" (briefly)
- Sorla (briefly)
- Clutch Powers
- 75. "The Mask of Deception"
- 76. "The Jade Princess"
- 77. "The Oni and the Dragon"
- 78. "Snake Jaguar"
- 84. "Big Trouble, Little Ninjago"
- 94. "Green Destiny"
- 95. "The Darkness Comes"
- 155. "Grief-Bringer" (indirectly mentioned)
- The D.B. Express has a similar ability.
- There are moments when his human and titanium form's voice get switched.
- In both seasons 8 and 9, he retains his pre-Season 8 eyebrow design with pointed inner edges, but he has the straight line eyebrow design used in the sets (from his movie counterpart) when in his "Snake Jaguar" form and in both his cloaked and titanium forms in Season 10.
- The idea was inspired by Zane's voice actor Brent Miller saying he preferred his voice with no robotic effect, so the show creators came up with this idea to have them both.
- According to Tommy Andreasen, the reason Zane no longer uses his human appearance is that he only used it on missions, not in private.