2011 - present
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- This article is about the Ninjago character. For the character in LEGO Racers 2, see Jay (LEGO Racers 2).
- “Hey, if I'm going down, might as well go down laughing.”
Description[edit | edit source]
Jay appears in twenty-six variations; as a trainee ninja, a DX (Dragon Xtreme) Ninja, a ZX (Zen Xtreme) Ninja, a Kendo Ninja, an NRG (Energy) Ninja, Elemental robe, Techno robe, Techno Armour, Jungle, Tournament robe, Deepstone, Master robe, Airjitzu, Skybound, Honour robe, Swamp, Ninja Secret Force (TLNM), High School (TLNM), Kimono (TLNM), Sons of Garmadon, Kendo Gi, Spinjitzu Master, Hunted robe, Dragon Master, Legacy and a Microfigure.
As a normal ninja, Jay has the classic ninja wrap first used in the Ninja theme from 1998, but in blue for the first time. Jay's face print (which would normally be covered by the ninja wrap with the exception of his eyes) is made up of two black eyes with white pupils, a small, yet determined, frown with a line below showing a chin, and two eyebrows, one of which is cut through. His torso, is a blue ninja robe with black hands and no back-printing. The printing that is on the front, reveals darker blue (Earth Blue) clothing under his robes. Also on the torso, is a little golden emblem, which is most likely a symbol of lightning in Ninjago, that also appears on Jay's spinner. Jay's legs in this variation are blue with a darker blue knot pattern printed on the hips and legs.
As a DX ninja, Jay uses the same face and headgear as his first variation, but utilizes a special torso and legs combination. Jay's DX torso features printing on both the front and back; on the front, a golden depiction of the Lightning Dragon. On the back, the name Jay is printed on in gold. On the legs, a different knot tied to his right. Also on the legs, is a continuation of the lightning dragon design, where the tail is printed.
Jay as a Microfigure is basically a Jay as a normal ninja in a smaller scale.
In Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitzu, Jay appeared as both a normal ninja and a DX ninja, however his facial expressions were changed to make him seem more friendly. He was also given the same hair as Mutt Williams (from the Indiana Jones theme) when he removed his wrap.
In the 2012 sets, he appears as a ZX ninja, a NRG ninja, and as a Kendo ninja. The Kendo variant has a face guard over his face and black armor fitted over his normal ninja clothes. As a ZX ninja, he can be seen with a new head-cloth with a metal point at the tip. Also, he had a re-designed torso, with a tucked cloth and a dagger sheath.
In 2013, his Elemental Robe variant was released. It is designed as a black robe with many blue colourings, and a blue headpiece. A silver crown is on it once again. His Ninja symbol is on his back surrounded by silver highlights.
In 2014, he appears with Techno Robes. He has a half mask that covers his mouth, so his hair is exposed. His torso print is a similar print to Cole's. His robe is blue with sliver highlights. Some lightning detailing is also present. In the set 70728 Battle for Ninjago City he also has silver ZX shoulder pads.
In 2015, he has two variants, Jungle, with a ZX mask with a new design on it, and a Tournament robe.,
Background[edit | edit source]
Jay is the descendant of the Elemental Master of Lightning, and the biological son of Cliff Gordon.
In Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitzu, Jay was shown to be discovered by Sensei Wu while testing a glider he had recently invented. He was then brought to Wu's monastery to train in the ways of Spinjitzu. He trained alongside fellow students Zane and Cole. The three later attacked another that they found in the monastary. After a fight started between the four, Wu appeared to break it up and introduced the newcomer as his fourth student, Kai. Wu then announced to the four ninjas that the search for the Four Golden Weapons was about to begin.
At the Caves of Despair, location of the Scythe of Quakes, after the scythe was recovered by the ninjas, they are attacked by an army of Skullkins led by Samukai, the king of the underworld. Jay notices the enemies to be just like the training course, and after going through the motions Wu taught him, he summoned a tornado of lightning corresponding with his element. In other words: he performed spinjitzu, followed by the others. Samukai and his legion retreat, as a dragon protecting the Scythe appeared behind the ninja. In desperation, Kai uses the scythe, despite Wu's instruction not to use the weapon's power, as no mortal could handle it. A rift appears in the cave ceiling, and the ninja manage to escape. As the ninja are heading to the shurikens of ice, Wu teaches them the most powerful move in spinjitzu: the Tornado of Creation. The boat arrives, crashing into the island, and the ninja enter the frozen plains. Jay and the rest of the ninjas recovered the Shurikens of Ice. Next, At the Floating Ruins, they climb a giant nunchuck to the nunchucks of lightning, jumping down to escape the lightning dragon. The four use special inventions made by Jay, who made backpacks that spawn wings. The ninja are at such a high altitude that they are able to fly to all the way to the Forest of Tranquility, the location of the Sword of Fire. The group then go to sleep in the forest. Kai leaves while the others are asleep as he is under the impression that his sister, Nya is in the forest. Wu later leaves to follow Kai, while Jay, Zane, and Cole are still in slumber. Samukai and the army of Skullkins then arrive, steal three of the golden weapons, and tie the remaining members of the group to a tree. Jay grabs General Nuckal's sword and cuts the rope while the skullkins are not looking. The three ninjas then try to chase the Skullkins in their vehicles, but they escape to the Underworld. The ninjas then go to the Fire Temple where Zane senses the location of the Sword of Fire. Kai and Nya then appear with the fire dragon. Jay then learned of the sacrifice that Wu made. The ninjas then retrieve their elemental dragons and travel to the underworld. While in the underworld, Jay battled the skullkins (once again) and giant spiders. He then witnessed Samukai defeat Sensei Wu and take the sword of fire from him. Samukai was then seemingly destroyed, but the combined power of the weapons allowed Lord Garmadon, Wu's evil brother, to escape from the underworld. Jay then travelled to Kai and Nya's village where he and the other ninjas were welcomed as heroes. Jay had a small moment with Nya, she tells him blue is her favorite color, and Jay replies YES! she also tells Kai and Jay she's happy they are back. Then they hit their golden weapons together creating an explosion.
Jay also appeared in most of the Ninjago Mini-Movies. In the first, he gave Nya a ride to the Blacksmith to pick up a few things, as she is moving in with Kai and the Ninja at the Monastery. He also took part in the dragon race between the other three in the second. He was briefly heard and seen in the third when Kruncha and Knuckal tried to steal the Golden Weapons, and was also seen flying on his dragon in the 6th.
In the Spinjitzu Smash online game, Jay appeared in three of the four campaigns. In his respective campaign, he and Nya built a balloon and journeyed to the Sky Temple to retrieve the Nunchucks of Lightning. In Zane's campaign, Jay accompanied the ninja of ice on his quest to retrieve the Shurikens of Ice. In Cole's campaign, Jay appeared as an illusion that led Cole to the cave where Carridi's daughter and the Scythe of Quakes were being held by Skullkins. Jay was only playable in his respective campaign.
Also, in the game Smash Creations, Jay says that Nya is a great kisser when Sensei Wu tells Kai that she is not just an ordinary village girl, thus it can be assumed Jay has kissed Nya before, though he could just be joking with Kai. When Kai leads the charge before the last battle, Jay says he fights for love, further implying his feelings for Nya.
In the new Ninjago mini-movie, Rise of the Snakes, his opptomism reaches its' peak with the battle of the Serpentine. After the ninjas go to Jamanakai village to investigate the report of Lord Garmadon's return, the ninjas find Lloyd Garmadon terrorizing the villagers. After leaving him to the villagers, they find the scroll about the Green Ninja, he is the most intruged. During the contest to decifer who it was, he lost first to Kai. After returning to Jamonicia village to investigate the Serpentine's return, he is relieved to see Nya has returned safely. Jay makes little apperance in this battle, only to say they are out of shape during the battle.
In the second premire, Home, he is annoyed by Zane when he laughs at a movie when he and Nya are crying. He and the other ninjas train to unlock the golden weapons when Zane tells them to follow him. After arriving at Lloyd Garmadon's treehouse, he finds it very cool and interesting. Nevertheless, he follows the ninjas to destroy it. When Cole in hypnotized, he tries to shock him with lightning, to no avail. When Sensei Wu un-trances him, he is devestated that the Serpentine destroyed all their video games. After they discover Destiny's Bounty, he is the first to comment on the food.
In the eighth episode "Once Bitten, Twice Shy", he takes Nya out on a date for the first time. But it doesn't go at all as planned. He begins to turn into a snake and is too shy to tell Nya. Then Nya is chained up by Pythor on a roller coaster leading to a circle of fire. He reaches his true potential when Nya kisses him (Which makes his heart rate go up rapidly, repelling the Fangpyre Venom) and he discovers that he just needs to be who he is.
In "Rise of the Spinjitzu Master", he and Cole are hit by Dark Matter towards the end of the episode while protecting Lloyd, making them very briefly evil beings like Nya. At the end of the episode, Cole, Nya, and him are changed back.
Rebooted[edit | edit source]
In Ninjago: REBOOTED, Jay appears to be Cole's rival after finding out Nya has feelings for Cole too.
The Tournament of Elements[edit | edit source]
With Zane gone, the team became fractured and eventually Jay quit being a ninja in favor of hosting "Most Ultimate Extreme Ninja Challenge Ever." Shortly after, he was visited by Lloyd who attempted to get the Master of Lighting to return, and though Jay at first refused, he eventually met up with Lloyd, Cole, and Kai at Mr. Chen's Noodle House. Shortly after Jay objected to Lloyd's idea of adding a new ninja to replace Zane, Eyezor stormed in seeking trouble. The ninja soon found themselves united against the thugs as they battled them using food, until they retreated into an alleyway. The Ninja pursued, but all they found was a poster declaring Zane to be alive and an invitation to Master Chen's tournament of elements.
While at first suspicious, the Ninja decided to accept. Despite the warning not to bring weapons, Jay attempted to smuggle a pair of nunchuks, claiming they were chopsticks, yet Clouse confiscated them when he arrived at the pier to take the Elemental Masters to the island. ("The Invitation")
Possession[edit | edit source]
In Season 5, a brief part is shown, in which Jay looks into a piece of ice, seeing his reflection in the future. Jay wears an eye patch, as he was most likely blinded and is married to Nya.
Skybound[edit | edit source]
In the special, Jay goes to visit his parents on the titular holiday honoring the fallen of Ninjago, unaware that he-like his teammates-has forgotten about Cole, whose ghostly fading has been growing worse. As he is enjoying time with his father and mother, a trio of Skulkin attack at the instigation of Samukai, who has been revived by Sensei Yang and now seeks to eliminate Jay so that he can return permanently to the realm of the living. With his parents held hostage, Jay is left with few options, until Ronin arrives and rescues them, allowing him to destroy Samukai once and for all. He then reunites with the other ninja, and they rush to the Temple of Airjitzu to help Cole, and later move into the structure after it is purified thanks to Cole's actions, though Jay is still nervous about ghosts.
Hands of Time[edit | edit source]
In "The Hands of Time", Jay joins the other Ninja in helping to clean up the Ninjago Museum after the Day of the Departed, though he complained. After experiencing a temporal disruption, the group traveled to meet Wu at the ruined Monastery of Spinjitzu. There they find him at the mercy of Acronix, and Jay reluctantly joined in the attack on the villain. In "The Hatching", Jay and the other Ninja are told the history of the Time Twins, before receiving an alert about an attack on the unveiling of Cyrus Borg's latest product. Upon arriving, they engage the Vermillion, strange new warriors made up of armor inhabited by groups of snakes. Though they prove difficult foes, Jay and Nya discover that they can defeat them by combining their powers.
In "A Time of Traitors", Jay and Nya-along with Cole-bring a damaged Zane back to the Samurai X Cave to see about repairing him. After discovering Acronix and Krux's role in Zane being damaged, they are alerted to Vermillion kidnapping citizens from across Ninjago. In "Scavengers", the Ninja struggle with understanding the villains' plot, but work together to stop several Vermillion. Upon learning that the villains are collecting metal, Jay realizes that his parents' junkyard is a likely target and takes off on his own. In "A Line in the Sand", Jay finds his suspicions proved right, and when his mother is abducted he helps his father complete his new bike, Desert Lightning. Using it, he is able to recover the slow down Time Blade and rescue his mother.
In "The Attack", Jay joins Zane and Cole in fooling around with the Time Blade, but their fun is cut short when the Time Twins and their Vermillion army attack the Temple of Airjitzu. They briefly gain an upper hand and obtain the green Time Blade, but then lose it, the blue blade they already had, and Wu to General Machia and the Time Twins. In "Secrets Discovered", Jay joins most of his teammates in investigating Krux's lair beneath the museum. During the process, they encounter Skales and several Serpentine, who reveal that the Vermillion-a name Jay finds ridiculous-are spawn of the Great Devourer. In "Pause and Effect", the Ninja discover the Vermillion camp, and Jay joins Cole in trying to rescue the various craftspeople abducted by the Vermillion only to be discovered.
In "Out of the Fire and Into the Boiling Sea", Jay and Cole are joined by Zane and Lloyd and manage to get the hostages to safety, but learn that Cyrus Borg is still being held captive. Disguising themselves as Vermillion soldiers, they go to rescue him only to learn about the Iron Doom, the Time Twins' time-traveling fortress mech. With the help of a new Samurai X, they try to destroy the machine, but are thwarted and helpless to stop it from traveling into the past. In "Lost in Time", they bear witness as Ninjago is altered by the Time Twins' presence in the past, but the efforts of Kai, Nya, and Wu restore the timeline to normal. Unfortunately, in insuring that the Time Twins can do no more damage, Wu is lost in time with them, though Kai and Nya are returned to the present.
Sons of Garmadon[edit | edit source]
In "The Mask of Deception", the Ninja continue to search for Wu a year after his disappearance, with Jay and Cole traveling to a monastery where an old man with amnesia recently turned up. While there, the two bicker about the possible effects of time travel, with Jay disputing the claim that their appearances could have been altered without their knowledge (which has in fact occurred). After discovering the man is not Wu, their argument inspires outbursts from the other monks-previously sworn to silence-and prompts the pair to flee. They later reunite with the rest of the Ninja for a new mission: to address the threat of a criminal gang known as the Sons of Garmadon.
Hunted[edit | edit source]
In season ten, Jay decides to ask Nya to "be [his] yang", which appears to be the Ninjago equivalent of a marriage proposal. Unfortunately, his plans to ask her are interferred with by bad advice from his friends, the Oni invasion of Ninjago, and the Ninjas' subsequent alliance with Emperor Garmadon. After putting it off several times, Jay finally pops the question as the Ninja are about to be destroyed by the Oni demons, and she accepts. Fortunately, the Ninja are then able to defeat their enemies by working together to form a Tornado of Creation.
Secrets of Forbidden Spinjitzu[edit | edit source]
Some months after defeating the Oni, the Ninja have once again become lax in their training, much to the annoyance of Master Wu. After being subjected to a series of ambushes by him and his lightning-powered chicken, Jay and the others set out to find some task by which they can prove that they're still up to defending Ninjago. Following a series of failures, they learn of a mysterious pyramid that has recently been discovered in the Desert of Doom. They set out to help Clutch Powers explore it, experiencing a hazardous encounter with the monstrous Beohernie in the process.
Entering the pyramid with a reluctant Clutch, the group manages to survive a number of booby-traps before coming to an ancient tomb in the depths. Jay and Nya work together to solve the puzzle lock, learning too late that the tomb contains the ancient Serpentine sorceress Aspheera. She steals Kai's fire powers and chains the Ninja in the tomb before leaving to seek revenge on Wu, who taught her Spinjitzu but was then forced to stop her long ago. The Ninja eventually escape-though Jay gets on the other's nerves by insisting on using methods from Clutch's book, Booby-Traps and How to Survive Them-and make their way back to Ninjago City thanks to the arrival of Pixal.
The Ninja attempted to stop Aspheera and her army of Pyro Vipers, but were unable to prevent her from obtaining one of the Scrolls of Forbidden Spinjitzu. Splitting up, Jay went back to the monastery with Cole and Kai, where they learned of Aspheera and Wu's history. Upon learning of the second scroll, they let Lloyd and the others know, and they managed to recover it and arrive back at the monastery in time to help the others confront Aspheera. Aspheera was defeated in the ensuing battle, but succeeded in sending Zane to the Never-Realm; the Ninja thus took it upon themselves to go after him, not realizing how difficult it might prove to return home afterwards.
The Ninja arrived in the Never-Realm to find it under the cruel rule of the Ice Emperor and his Blizzard Samurai, and soon befriended the Ice Fishers of Great Lake. After a clash with the samurai, Lloyd set out to find Zane while the others remained behind to guard the village. When Cole set out in search of the Traveler's Tree in order to provide the group with a means of returning home, Jay and Nya went after him and thus met and befriended Krag. Unfortunately, the Ice Emperor's dragon Boreal attacked the Ice Fishers while they were gone, with only Kai escaping being frozen in dark ice.
Determined to help their friends, the group set out to join Lloyd, only to end up being attacked by Frost Wolves and then Boreal itself. After briefly stunning the beast, they learned it was made of elemental ice, and realized that an amnesiac Zane was in fact the Ice Emperor. Fortunately, Kai managed to destroy Boreal when it awakened, and Zane's memories ended up being reawakened by the words of his own manipulative lieutenant, Vex. Reunited, the Ninja were able to make their way safely back to their own realm.
Prime Empire[edit | edit source]
Sometime later, the Ninja were forced to deal with the Mechanic and his gang, who broke into an old electronics warehouse. While investigating the Mechanic's hideout, to which they had followed him, Jay was thrilled to discover an old gaming cabinet for Prime Empire, the unreleased pet project of the legendary Milton Dyer. Trying to get it working, Jay inserted a motherboard the Mechanic had been attempting to steal, activating the game and unwittingly carrying out the Mechanic's plans. After making it to level thirteen, Jay was surprised to see the cabinet open to reveal a glowing portal, which he entered.
In the Prime Empire Original Shorts, prior to being called to the robbery, Jay and Nya had attended a dancing class at Nya's suggestion. Jay proved a skilled dancer and revealed that his skill came from playing a dancing game at his favorite arcade. Following his entry into Prime Empire, Jay met Scott, the two of them running afoul of the Red Visors. After working together to escape, the pair decided to join forces. Using his natural gamer skills, Jay soon became a formidable player, and gained a loyal following in the League of Jay.
The other Ninja-minus Zane-eventually entered the game as well and were reunited with Jay; the group thus set out to obtain the Keytanas so that they could confront Unagami, Prime Empire's ruler. The group made their way through the world of Terra Kerana with the aid of Okino, and succeeded in obtaining the first Keytana; Jay also gained the ability to summon the Cyber Dragon for one future battle.
With help from Racer Seven, the group obtained the second Keytana in The Speedway Five-Billion, though Kai and Cole sacrificed their last lives and were turned into energy cubes in the process. Jay, Lloyd, and Nya thus made their way in search of the final Keytana as a trio, obtaining the weapon but losing Lloyd in the process. After a battle with Sushimi and his staff, the pair arrived at Unagami's lair only for Nya to lose her last life to a sneak attack by Sushimi. Alone, Jay determinedly confronted Unagami, only to learn that he was not in fact Milton Dyer as they had previously suspected, but the sentient programming of Prime Empire itself.
Unagami managed to escape into the real world, and Jay followed him by summoning the Cyber Dragon. Upon arriving back in Ninjago City, he was reunited with Zane, Wu, and Pixal, who had located Milton Dyer in his absence. He soon engaged Unagami-in mechanical dragon form-in a running battle across the city, finally luring him to Borg Tower. By sharing his own experience with abandonment, Jay helped calm Unagami enough that he and Dyer were able to make peace. The many citizens of Ninjago Unagami had captured were released, including the other Ninja.
Master of the Mountain[edit | edit source]
Jay and the other Ninja were later invited to the kingdom of Shintaro for the birthday festivities of Vania. After arriving, however, they discovered that the Dungeons of Shintaro were under the cruel dominion of the Skull Sorcerer.
The Island[edit | edit source]
On another adventure, Jay and his friends traveled to the Island of the Keepers in search of Misako, Wu, and Clutch Powers, who had gone missing while on an expedition to the island. They eventually discovered the Keepers, who decided to offer Jay up to what they believed to be the sea monster and sea serpent Wojira. Fortunately, Jay and the others soon discovered that the "monster" was in fact a ruse set up by Ronin and a gang of criminals, whom they soon defeated and took into custody.
During an attempt to apprehend the smuggler Miss Demeanor, the Ninja were surprised when Nya lost control of her water powers. Various attempts to help her failed, including calling upon her mother Maya, until it was discovered that her powers were being affected by an energy source in the Tartarus Trench. Jay joined Nya, Zane, Pixal, and Lloyd in embarking on the Hydro Bounty to investigate, and Maya stowed away with them. The ship was soon marooned by an undersea attacker, and Jay remained aboard while Nya and Maya went to seek out the energy source. Desperate to help them, Jay risked his life by entering the flooded engine compartment and jumpstarting the ship's engine with his powers.
The Bounty, with Jay now acting as captain, helped Nya and Maya survive an attack by Ripper Sharks, only to be taken into custody by the authorities of Merlopia. Brought before King Trimaar, the group revealed that his son Prince Kalmaar had been responsible for attacking their ship and was also attempting to revive the long dormant Wojira. Unfortunately, when Trimaar confronted Kalmaar over these accusations, his son mortally wounded him before blaming the Bounty crew for the attack. The group managed to escape and return to their ship with the aid of Prince Benthomaar, Trimaar's adopted son, and set out to recover the Storm Amulet from the Keepers before Kalmaar could learn of its location.
Unfortunately, Kalmaar ended up stranding the Hydro Bounty at the island, though the Storm Amulet there proved to be a fake. The real amulet had been stolen by Clutch Powers, and Jay and his friends alerted their friends back on the mainland. With Nya discovering the ability to call upon whales for aid, they managed to get the Bounty back to Ninjago City just in time to save their friends from Kalmaar. Unfortunately, the ensuing battle saw Kalmaar escape with the amulet, which he soon used to awaken Wojira.
The Ninja, Bentho, and their other allies soon faced the attack of Wojira and Kalmaar's forces, with Jay employing a new car in the defense. Unfortunately, his vehicle was soon wrecked and left underwater and leaking, and Jay nearly drowned before being rescued. Water had entered his lungs as a result, and Nya was only able to save him by replicating her ancestor Nyad's sacrifice and merging with the ocean. Though still weak, Jay insisted on following Nya to her confrontation with Kalmaar and Wojira, and looked on in horror as Nya was apparently vaporized.
Jay attacked Kalmaar but was soon overpowered by the usurper king, though Kalmaar was later swallowed by Wojira after having his trident shattered by Benthomaar. Nya, now in the form of a massive elemental water dragon, returned and engaged Wojira, eventually destroying the Wave Amulet and destroying the beast. However, Nya had given up her humanity in the process, and after bidding farewell to Jay and the others drew the waters of the sea out of Ninjago City and departed into the ocean's depths. Jay and the others soon held a memorial service for her at the monastery, and were stunned when a huge crowd from across Ninjago arrived for the event.
In the film, Jay is a member of the Secret Ninja Force along with his best friends, working to defend the city from the Shark Army under Lord Garmadon.
LEGO.com Description[edit | edit source]
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Ninja of Lightning
Weapon of choice: Nunchucks
Elemental color: Blue
Jay is lightning fast. He glides through the air, then strikes from above. Sometime with a mighty ninja flash-attack, sometime with a laughing thunder-joke. He's a very flashy fighter.
Jay's super smart, super fast, and super resourceful. He solves problems with his brain and crazy inventions…so, prepare to be shocked.
Jay speaks his mind, most of the time without thinking first, he is lighting fast, even for a ninja, and his quick wit, happy outlook on life, and eh... creative solutions always help save the team from danger. Obsessed with high-scores.
Jay was the first of the ninja to master the power of Spinitzu. Okay, so it was only seconds before the rest, but still! He can be a little bit of a loudmouth about his own skills at times, and even though the team clearly enjoyed the silence when he lost his voice, he knows they think he's great! Now he just needs to convince Nya what a amazing ninja he is.
Appearances[edit | edit source]
- 2257 Spinjitzu Starter Set (Trainee)
- 2259 Skull Motorbike (Trainee)
- 2263 Turbo-Shredder (Trainee)
- 2506 Skull Truck (Trainee)
- 2519 Skeleton Bowling (DX)
- 2521 Lightning Dragon Battle (DX)
- 3856 Ninjago (Microfigure)
- 9442 Jay's Storm Fighter (ZX)
- 9445 Fangpyre Truck Ambush (ZX)
- 9446 Destiny's Bounty (Kendo)
- 9553 Jay ZX (ZX)
- 9570 NRG-Jay (NRG)
- 9450 Epic Dragon Battle (ZX)
- 10725 Lost Temple (Techno Robe, zukin)
- 30082 Ninja Training (Trainee)
- 30084 Jay (Trainee)
- 30085 Jay (ZX)
- 30292 Jay's nano-mech (Tournament Outfit)
- 70501 Warrior Bike (Kimono)
- 70594 Lighthouse Siege (Airjitzu suit)
- 70595 Ultra Stealth Raider (Honour robes)
- 70596 Samurai X Cave Chaos (Honour robes)
- 70602 Jay's Elemental Dragon (Airjitzu suit)
- 70605 Misfortune's Keep (Airjitzu suit, eyepatch)
- 70622 Desert Lightning (Swamp suit)
- 70626 Dawn of Iron Doom (Swamp suit)
- 70642 Klow vs. Samurai X
- 70723 Thunder Raider (Techno Robe)
- 70728 Battle for Ninjago City (Techno Robe)
- 70731 Jay Walker One (Deepstone)
- 70736 Attack of the Morro Dragon (Deepstone)
- 70737 Titan Mech Battle (Deepstone)
- 70740 Airjitzu Jay Flyer (Airjitzu)
- 70749 Enter the Serpent (Jungle)
- 70751 Temple of Airjitzu (Deepstone)
- 70754 Electro Mech (Tournament Outfit)
- 71215 Fun Pack (Jay) (Jungle)
- 851342 Battle Pack (Tournament Outfit)
- 853098 Jay Key Chain (Trainee)
- 853102 Ninjago Magnet Set (Trainee)
- 5000030 Kendo Jay Booster Pack (Kendo)
- LEGO Ninjago Character Encyclopedia: Updated and Expanded (Techno Armour)
- The LEGO Ninjago Movie
- 70610 Flying Jelly Sub
- 70614 Lightning Jet
- 70617 Temple of the Ultimate Ultimate Weapon (Hair)
- 70618 Destiny's Bounty
- 70620 NINJAGO City
- 71019 The LEGO Ninjago Movie Series (High School)
Books appearances[edit | edit source]
Clock appearances[edit | edit source]
TV appearances[edit | edit source]
- Season 1
- Season 2
- Season 3
- Season 4
- Season 5
- Season 6
- "Day of the Departed"
- Season 7
- Season 8
- Season 9
- Season 10
- Season 11
- "Wasted True Potential"
- "Questing for Quests"
- "A Rocky Start"
- "The Belly of the Beast"
- "Boobytraps and How to Survive Them"
- "The News Never Sleeps"
- "Ninja vs Lava"
- "Ancient History"
- "Never Trust a Human"
- "Under Siege"
- "The Explorer's Club"
- "Vengeance is Mine!"
- "A Cold Goodbye"
- "The Never-Realm"
- "Fire Maker"
- "An Unlikely Ally"
- "The Absolute Worst" (story only)
- "The Message"
- "The Traveler's Tree"
- "Krag's Lament"
- "My Enemy, My Friend"
- "A Fragile Hope"
- "Once and for All"
- Prime Empire Shorts
- Season 12
- "Would You Like to Enter Prime Empire?"
- "Dyer Island"
- "Superstar Rockin' Jay
- "I am Okino"
- "The Glitch"
- "The Cliffs of Hysteria"
- "The Maze of the Red Dragon"
- "One Step Forward, Two Steps Back"
- "Racer Seven"
- "The Speedway Five-Billion"
- "Stop, Drop and Side Scroll"
- "Ninjago Confidential"
- "The Temple of Madness"
- "Game Over"
- Season 13
- The Island
- Season 14
- "A Big Splash"
- "The Call of the Deep"
- "Five Thousands Fathoms Down
- "The Wrath of Kalmaar"
- "Long Live the King"
- "Escape from Merlopia"
- "The Tale of Benthomaar"
- "The Storm Amulet"
- "Riddle of the Sphinx"
- "Master of the Sea"
- "The Calm Before the Storm"
- "Assault on Ninjago City"
- "The Turn of the Tide"
Video game appearances[edit | edit source]
- LEGO Battles: Ninjago
- LEGO Ninjago: Nindroids
- LEGO Ninjago - The Final Battle
- LEGO Ninjago: Tournament
- LEGO Ninjago: Shadow of Ronin
- LEGO Dimensions
Magazine appearances[edit | edit source]
- LEGO Club Magazine Issue 1 2011 - Lessons of the Dojo!
Quotes[edit | edit source]
- “Shocked to see me?”
- “Why must we go through this again? I'm clearly the best! I mean, look at me!”
- “Wait until you see my new invention!”
- “All right guys, let's chop-socky this lemonade stand!”
- “We're savin' a girl? Is she hot?”
- ―Jay to Kai
- “It's not about numbers, it's about family.”
- ―Jay in The Titanium Ninja
Notes[edit | edit source]
- Jay was the first of the ninja to do spinjitzu.
- Jay was the second ninja to unlock his true potential.
- As of Episode 8, "Once Bitten, Twice Shy", Jay went on a date with Nya, Kai's sister.
- In "Double Trouble" he is the only ninja to not need the help of Darkley's bad boys to defeat his "Bizzaro" self.
- In LEGO Battles: Ninjago , he has orange-ish hair instead of normal brown.
- Baxter Stockman from the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles theme re-uses his armour piece from 2012.
- Jay is the only ninja (except Lloyd and Nya) to not have a DX spinner card.
- Jay has a Cyrus Borg poster on the wall of his room.
- The notch in his eyebrow was caused by an explosion.
Gallery of Variants[edit | edit source]
Gallery of television series variants[edit | edit source]
Gallery[edit | edit source]
Jay DX riding on Wisp
Kimono Jay with the other ninjas and Stone Warriors
Jay and the others in the Temple of Light
Jay in Day of the Great Devourer
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