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This is a "Wild Mass Guess" entry, where we pull out all the sanity stops on theorizing. The regular entry on this topic is elsewhere. Please see this programme note.
Ninjago
Lloyd will become The Hero of the next season and Kai will be his Big Brother Mentor instead of the Supporting Protagonist. The season will probably revolve around him learning the ways of spinjitzu and shifting into his role as the Green Ninja.
  • Practically comfirmed, but Lloyd isn't exactly The Hero as of yet.

In season 2, Slithraa will return as Lord Garmadon's Dragon and take back his place as general of the Hypnobrai.
Jossed all of the Serpentine general (minus Skales) act as his dragon.

Towards the end of season two, someone is going to find a loophole or way to cure Lord Garmadon of the Great Devourer venom so Lloyd won't have to defeat him.
Or that's HOW he defeats him. The prophecy says the Green Ninja will defeat Garmadon, not destroy him.
  • Fingers crossed...
  • Confirmed. Lloyd uses his true power to obliterate the Overlord, and the evil corrupting Garmadon along with it.

Lord Garmadon and Lloyd will eventually be turned back to normal.
It's just really sad keeping them as altered as they currently are...
  • Lloyd doesn't return to normal, but at least his dad does. Now they can be real family.

Dareth will eventually join the team and become a real Ninja.
It would be a shame if he never appeared again, especially after all he did for the team and his dream of becoming the Brown Ninja.
  • Confirmed as the team named him "honorary" Brown Ninja before they leave to the evil island, and he did help out in the final episode.
Alternatively...
Dareth is the real Second Ultimate Spinjitzu Master.
Dareth does seem to be a bit a goofy, but anyone can unlock their full potential. As said before, he has helped out. Also, he seemed to be immune from the dark magic.I never heard in the prophecy that the Green Ninja would be an Ultimate Spinjitzu Master, just that he would have his powers.Dareth's dojo class could be the next Ninja and he would be a real Sensei.
The Serpentine are a Chekhov's Army and will be the next Big Bad.
This seems pretty inevitable. They are snakes so the Devourer venom in the cave could make them monstrous. They will try to bite Garmadon, but fail.
The First Spinjitzu Master is an incarnation of the Golden Dragon
...Or vice-versa. We know from leaked 2013 set descriptions that there will be a Golden Dragon in 2013. In the episode "The Stone Army", when Misako is describing the history of ancient Ninjago, we briefly see such a figure before the image transitions to an image of the First Spinjitzu Master... much as if one is transforming into the other.

Misako was Sensei Wu's lover before she had a child with Garmadon.
Of course, with this being a kid's show they wouldn't describe it in that exact fashion... but based on her and Wu's interactions thus far it's a possibility.
  • Confirmed in reverse: She chose Garmadon as a young woman, but has feelings for Wu now which he appears to return.

Ninjago is in Europe or is Europe (perhaps Eurasia).
The map shown in "Ninjaball Run" resembles the continent.
  • I'd argue the map is just a typical Left-Justified Fantasy Map stylized to look like a dragon's head... you can see this very clearly in the original 2011 map of Ninjago. In "The Stone Army" it is revealed that the landmass of Ninjago as a whole resembles a complete dragon's body, which coupled with the missing half of Ninjago forms a yin-yang shape. The dots are the twin dragons' eyes.
The theme song line-up of ninjas and their allies will include Garmadon and (maybe) Zane's creator or Dareth.
The Overlord became the Darkness when he was defeated
. When he was defeated by Llyod, he was thrown out of the Ninjago universe and entered ours. He was weakened by Llyod's final attack, which made him vulnerable to light and unable to exist by himself. He required a host to survive and gave his host weakened forms of it's original form. However, he was also to take control of his host as he did with Lord Garmadon if they continue to empower him.

There will be a sequel series, with Zane training the next generation of ninjas.
As an ageless Ridiculously Human Robot, he is probably going to "far'' outlive his True Companions. After having a Heroic BSOD and then spending some time meditating, the sequel series will have him as mentor to the next generation of ninjas, far in the future.

The series is being acted out by one of the future children of the main characters as his/her father tells him/her about his adventures.
Quick, someone fic this.

Extended exposure to spinjitsu extends your life.
Sensei Wu and Misako certainly seem to have lived an unusually long time.
Pythor isn't dead
The Great Devourer ate him and Sensei Wu at the same time and Sensei Wu turned up OK aftter the Devourer exploded. Pythor is presumed dead because he was nowhere in the remains of the Devourer. But remember how his special ability is turning invisible? Him sneaking away invisibly makes more since than him getting digested while the guy who was eaten at the same is perfectly fine.
  • Confirmed. Although he didn't escape completely unscathed, Pythor's alive and actively helping the Digital Overlord.

The Serpentine is a lost Chima tribe.
What's the motif of the Legends Of Chima sets? Anthropomorphic animals with ridiculous-looking vehicles modeled after themselves. The Serpentine fit the bill perfectly, especially when the Fangpyre's vehicles are taken into account. Somehow, the Serpentine must have gotten separated or banished from their fellow Chima tribes and ended up on Ninjago.
  • Or alternatively, Ninjago takes place centuries after Chima and the Serpentine are the only living tribe left.
Zane will have a 'Your kind or your friends' dilemma.
The names of the new Ninjago sets suggests a robotic theme. This will lead to one of the robots trying to appeal to his robotic side and join them. The ninjas may also use more force against them since they're 'just machines', leading to some bad blood between the ninjas and Zane.
  • 'Cause that would be awesome.

The reason we haven't seen the figure of Zane yet is...
  • We already have. He IS Cryptor.
    • Seeing as the box art shows both him and Cryptor, I'd say this is impossible.
    • Actually Cryptor and Zane are only together while one is climbing out of a computer screen. Sounds a lot like the old fighting the reflection scene from Superman.

P.I.X.A.L will betray the ninjas
Just because.

The show takes place in the same universe as The Lego Movie.
  • It's entirely possible. After all, Lloyd is a Master Builder in The Lego Movie. In addition...
    • Not plausible. In Lego City (the movie) everything is treated as Lego bricks and constructed as such. In Ninjago, the bricks are stylized to appear whole and construction is treated as normal construction (not Legos). Also, when Zane spins his head around 180 degrees, it is met with disgust. When Emmet removes his head in the movie, no one really notices. These are fundamental differences that will not allow them to coexist.
      • Well, maybe going between the realms of Bricksburg and Ninjago does something to people's physical forms, ever think about that? And maybe building philosophies differ between realms too, excluding the few we saw in the movie.
      • The clothes aren't lego pieces, the food isn't lego pieces, the ground isn't lego plates, there are no human relics, no mention of a human as their creator (in fact the First Spinjitzu Master is believed to have created Ninjago), no end of the universe, they move naturally instead of like legos, I could go on. The show is played more realistically as opposed to someone playing with legos like in the movie. I believe Chima is the same way. If you want evidence The Green Ninja is in supplement material for the movie and is implied to have been there his whole life and not going between his world and this one. A completely different Lloyd.
    • Either way they are making a Lego Ninjago movie after the success of the Lego Movie. Maybe that one is in the same universe.
As a Shout-Out to The Lego Movie, Lloyd will have to leave at a random time to attend a Master Builder meeting.
  • Maybe even the one depicted in that movie, and when he comes back and the others ask what happened, he'll tell them that his arms were really stiff while there.
    • Alternatively, he will use it as an excuse to get out of Ninjago so the Overlord can't get to him.
Pythor and Samukai are both incarnations of the Overlord... so at least one will return.
  • Think about it. We know the Overlord can turn into a big dragon- so a four-armed skeleton can't be too hard for him to do. Then he betrayed LG, but in doing so, what if he used his powers to fake that infamous explosion? Maybe in vaporizing himself he turned back into that purpley-floaty-orby-thingy we first ever see him as but disappeared very quickly so as not to be seen- maybe he even went into that portal, which, if memory serves, was purplish, so he'd blend in perfectly.
  • As for the Pythor side of the story? Well, maybe Pythor was actually sane at one point in time, and was lucky enough to be the last survivor of the cannibalism that overtook his tribe. So the Overlord possessed him shortly before the Hypnobrai were released and used his body. After all, he did it to LG once.
    • When thinking about this, note the color of Pythor's eyes- they're the exact same shade as the Overlord's plasma form. Coincidence? I think not, especially considering the fact that Possessed Garmadon's eyes were also that color.
The Anacondrai are serpentine of creation
After finding his way back to New Ninjago City, Garmadon will convince the serpentine to help rescue his son.
True, Skales did say that the serpentine swore to never return to the surface, but I don't think the show would bring them back just for a small role (especially give their popularity). The serpentine are probably going to play some bigger part later in the season, perhaps helping the ninja to stop the Digital Overlord. And considering that Skales has a family now, he might be persuaded to lend a hand if it is made clear that the Overlord is going to threaten the serpentine as well.
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