|“Morro may have been my first pupil, but he was also my greatest regret. Before he was a cursed spirit, it wasn't I who found him, but he who found me. My brother had just gone off to train under Master Chen, which gave me time to attempt my hand at teaching. Morro was the perfect student. He did everything that was ever asked of him.”|
|— Wu about Morro to the Ninja|
- Main article: Morro/Relationships
- He is the only high ranking ghost with legs in the show.
- Morro was able to shoot green Lightning. It is a manifestation of Energy and Wind.
- Morro appears to be the first Elemental Master to have summoned elemental weapons. It is unknown if it one of his Elemental powers, or ghost powers. The only other people who have been able to do this is Zane and Garmadon.
- Morro and Kai both had an obsession to become the Green Ninja, but unlike Kai, Morro had a vicious and vengeance to destroy Lloyd.
- Morro is similar in appearance to Kylo Ren from Star Wars. Ironically, both characters were first introduced in 2015.
- Morro has a lot of similarities to Tai Lung, the main antagonist of Kung Fu Panda.
- Both are former students of their series main martial art teachers and were trained by said teachers to become legendary warriors (the Dragon Warrior for Kung Fu Panda, the Green Ninja for Ninjago).
- Both believe that they are the only ones worthy of becoming said legendary warrior and views it as their one true destiny.
- The biggest difference between the two is that Morro realized in the end that his actions were wrong and tried to later correct his mistakes, while Tai Lung rejects his chance at redemption and is ultimately defeated by the true Dragon Warrior, Po.
- He is the first villain to know Airjitzu, the others being were Zane as the Ice Emperor, Cryptor, and Master Yang.
- Morro is the first Elemental Master of a normal element to die onscreen, Nya being the second, but that event was erased due to Jay's final wish.
- He is the only one of the ghosts that who returns to the museum in "Day of the Departed" during the Yin-Yang Eclipse's conclusion. This is due to his completing his claimed "debts" and having accepted his fate, unlike the other villains.
- He was also the only antagonist who accepted fate in his respective season where as the others, except for Pythor, didn't accept their death at all.
- When Morro possesses a victim, he has the ability to replicate his victim's voice.
- Interestingly, there is no reference to Morro unlocking his True Potential at any point in his life, nor is seen at all in the series.
- Morro is one of only four primary antagonists to redeem themselves, the other three being Garmadon, Yang, and Harumi.
- Morro was around 15 to 20 years old when he died in the Caves of Despair, according to Tommy Andreasen.
- Morro and Harumi both had tragic backstories and were out for revenge. They also both redeemed themselves in their last moments of life.
- Out of all the generals in Ninjago, Morro is the only one with an Elemental Power.
- On October 16, 2019, a fan asked Tommy Andreasen for a Morro family tree and he replied, "Then it's a good thing it is Christmas soon. I am sure Santa won't disappoint." It is not yet known if this was a serious hint at future content, or if this was simply a humorous remark.
- Main article: Morro/Gallery
- ↑ https://mobile.twitter.com/TommyAndreasen/status/826826385926848513
- ↑ https://twitter.com/TommyAndreasen/status/881520197336793089
- ↑ https://twitter.com/tommyandreasen/status/1184532167470321664?s=21
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