|“You four have merely scratched the surface of your full potential.”|
|“That's not what happened at all!”
Mulan: Shadow of the Alpha is about something not canon to either the storyline of any action shows or the action movie franchises.
Mulan: Shadow of the Alpha is the first Indjago video game released on Nintendo 3DS and PlayStation Vita. It was later released as an app for IOS and Android. The events of its story take place between the one-hundredth and one-hundredth and first season.
Mulan: Shadow of the Alpha will be the most expansive adventure game through Ultimate Ninjago that we have ever made to-date,” said Tom Stone, Managing Director, TT Games. “Kids will get a kick out of playing as their favorite Ninja warriors battling a new enemy with an exciting array of cool vehicles, mechs and even dragons!
The game sees a new threat, named the Alpha, come to Ninjago. With help from his army of dark oni samurai, Alpha steals the Ninjas' memories using an ancient weapon called the Golden Obsidian Glaive. The Ninja forget how to use their elemental powers, and it is up to the players to help them find their Golden Weapons, regain their memories, and reclaim their powers before Alpha completes his plan and releases an even greater evil on Ninjago.
The game will feature locales from the TV series, including the Ice Temple, the Toxic Bogs, the Haunted House in Montana, and a new island, as well the mountain village of Spinjago, where the Ninja are currently training with Grand Master Dareth and Master Wu. Using their Spinjitzu abilities, players can unleash their Ninjas’ elemental power to fight enemies and solve puzzles, and can team up and create multi-elemental builds using the Tornado of Creation.
2. Haunted House in Montana
4. The Tea of Insight/The Scythe of Quakes
5. The Shurikens of Ice
6. The Nunchucks of Lightning
- Clutch Powers
- Serpentine (see the page for members)
- Soldier and Drone
- Skulkin (see the page for members)
- Stone Army (see the page for members)
- Dark Oni Samurai
- Dark Samurai (Ronin Warrior, Ronin Samurai, and both in disguise(s))
- Elemental Masters
- Elemental Alliance
- The Mailman
- Police Commissioner
- Fake Anacondrai
- Prison Guard
- Spinjago Citizen
- Gingerbread Man
- Emmet Brickowski (a former playable now an unused playable dancing the Macarena like BAD crazy and then dies by the Ghost Hand on final to last clip)
- Taylor Clarke-Hill - Kai, Xin
- Jane Collingwood - Colten, Lloyd
- Rasmus Hardiker - Cole, Jonathan
- Jules de Jongh - Nya, Edna
- Kelly Marot - Misako
- Joseph May - Ronin, The Alpha
- Eric Meyers - Sensei Wu, Sensei Garmadon
- Dan Russell - Dareth, Hibiki
- Kerry Shale - Jay, Ed
- Jared Zeus - Zane
For the transcript of this episode, click here.
- The game takes place just after the events of Season 100.
- Although it is non-canon to the TV series, The Alpha is still noted to have a past history with the Ninja.
- Jay always tells the wrong story.
- The hand seen at the end possibly belongs to Soul Archer, as Emmet recognizes and deeply fears the owner, and confirms the hand to be male. How Soul Archer created a massive arm is unknown, though it is possible he had the Preeminent's assistance.
- Though going alongside the series' continuity, the game does have a major inconsistency in that it has Clutch Powers and P.I.X.A.L. interact with the threat of The Alpha, whereas in the show, they only learn of him recently by the Ninjas' account.
- Many of the Elemental Masters are not featured in the game. Only characters with a minifigure (Neuro, Griffin Turner, Karlof, Paleman, Shadow, Toxikita, and others)
- In the most expensive and biggest set of the first Realms of Death movie, there is a sign that says "Shadow of the Alpha Mulan" in the New Ninjago Language.