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LEGO Ninjago & DreamZzz Crossover Episodes

As we have discussed last year, Ninjago – Dream Team is a crossover episode of LEGO DreamZzz and LEGO Ninjago. In the story, Ninjago is actually a television show in DreamZzz, just as it is in real life, and Ninjago is portrayed as a location within the Waking World, rather than a Dream Realm in DreamZzz. Is that confusing enough?

The story is that when the ninja find a young boy, Jan, under attack by strange shadow creatures, they leap into action. But their fighting skills prove useless against their new enemies’ powers and Jan is captured. Just as hope begins to fade, the dream chasers arrive to help. Together, they turn the tide, only to discover they’re actually in Jan’s dream. Now, united with the dream chasers, the ninja must free Jan and the dream world from the sinister Nightmare King…

LEGO DREAMZZZ SHORT – SAVE THE EMPEROR: A mysterious dark force and shadow-like beings are attacking a village, but the ninja are on the case. Just when they think they’ve got everything under control, an even bigger threat shows up! But fear not, help is on the way!

LEGO DREAMZZZ SHORT – ENTER THE DREAM CHASERS: After the Dream Bandit saves Kai and Jan from a grimkeeper, a strange group of young warriors arrive to assist the ninja in defending Jan-Anaki.

LEGO DREAMZZZ SHORT – HOT PURSUIT: The ninja and dream chasers team up and devise a plan to save Jan and stop the Nightmare King from taking over the world of Ninjago!

LEGO DREAMZZZ SHORT – SHARKSHIP VS. DESTINY’S BOUNTY: As Mateo, Logan, and Kai soar through the sky towards Night Hunter, Master Wu arrives on Destiny’s Bounty to join the battle! On the ground, the rest of the Ninja and dream chasers fight the nightmare creatures.

LEGO DREAMZZZ SHORT – ELEMENTAL DREAM CRAFTING: As Destiny’s Bounty falls out of the sky, Mateo and Kai rush to combine their powers before it crashes into the village. Will they be able to rescue Jan and save all of Ninjago before Night Hunter reaches the Nightmare King?

I really enjoy these mash-up episodes as they are imaginative and fun. It also encourages kids to combine the two worlds themselves. I would also throw in LEGO Monkie Kid for an even more wholesome experience. I should also add that this year, LEGO released a second batch of LEGO DreamZzz sets with some really interesting designs and characters. If you would like to check them out, visit the LEGO DreamZzz section of the Online LEGO Shop.

What do you think? How do you like the LEGO Ninjago/LEGO DreamZzz poster? And what do you think of the crossover episode? Would you like to see more combinations like this? How do you like LEGO DreamZzz so far? Feel free to share and discuss in the comment section below!

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  • Sith015 February 22, 2024, 2:09 PM


  • Daniel February 22, 2024, 2:15 PM

    It’s like a ninjago spinoff, I guess. But I wonder if it will go the other way too. Dreamzzz appearing in Ninjago.

  • Legostuff14 February 22, 2024, 4:01 PM

    An idea I was pondering myself! Only I was thinking that nightmare king teams up with the enemies from nexo Knights Later the overlord and his army team up and the knights and the ninjas join forces to battle there enemies. 🤔 jestro’s evil lair and nexo knights castle battle tank (I forgot what it’s actually called). Or Mechs. Vs monsters. Any thoughts?

    • j.j February 23, 2024, 1:43 PM

      I forgot about nexo knights! But yeah, it was a great theme! I still have some of the sets.

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