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Skulkins
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Theme:

Ninjago
LEGO Universe
LEGO Games

Variations:

Frakjaw
Krazi
Bonezai
Chopov
Samukai
Nuckal
Wyplash
Kruncha
Microfigure
Skeleton Dummy

Accessories:

Bone, Bone axe, Machete, Pick axe, Double-bladed Bone Dagger

Years:

2011

Appearances

Skulkins are the Ninjago ninja's main enemies in 2011. They also appear as enemies in the LEGO Universe video game. In the Ninjago storyline, they are known as Skeletons; however, in the LEGO Universe Ninjago story and on LEGO.com, they are known as Skulkins. They were replaced by the Serpentine in 2012. However, they return in the episode All of Nothing in Rise of the Snakes to battle the Serpentine.

Ninjago story

In the Ninjago story, they were called skeletons, but have also been referred to as Skulkins in places such as LEGO Battles: Ninjago. They are enemies of the ninjas. Samukai, a four armed skeleton and puppet King of the Underworld, uses his Skulkin army to help Sensei Wu's evil brother Lord Garmadon, the true King of the Underworld, to steal the weapons of Spinjitzu and use their power to reshape the world of Ninjago.

LEGO Universe Story

Skulkin also appear in LEGO Universe, which takes place after the main story of Ninjago. According to in-game scrolls, after Kai, Cole, Jay, and Zane recovered the Golden Weapons, they returned to the Monastery. In pursuit of the weapons, the Skulkin attacked, and while the four ninjas were able to escape with the Golden Weapons, the Skulkin destroyed the walls of the Monastery with their machines. Sensei Wu then used his powers to steer the last remaining piece of the Monastery away from the world of Ninjago, and towards the last shard of pure Imagination on Crux Prime. However, the Skulkin followed close behind, and set up a mining quarry nearby the Monastery on Crux Prime. There, they found that they could use Maelstrom ore in the ground to protect themselves from Spinjitzu, and quickly went to work mining the rocks. Sensei Wu then sends the player on a number of missions to defeat the Skulkins, such as smashing the miners or destroying their drilling rigs.

Later, the Ninjago World was introduced to LEGO Universe, in which the Skulkin were besieging the Monastery. Players had to destroy their equipment and Skulkin, then venture into the caves, where four named Skulkin had gotten hold of the four golden weapons. A series of four Ninjago Dungeons, one for each element, were going to be released for LEGO Universe, with Garmadon as a boss at the end, but LEGO Universe was cancelled and the dungeons were never released.

Known Skulkin

Vehicles

  • Skull Truck-Belongs to Nuckal and Kruncha. It was a large-sized vehicle.
  • Turbo Shredder-Belongs to the Skulkin Army. It was a large=sized vehicle.
  • Skull Motorbike-Belongs to the Skulkin Army. It was a small-sized vehicle.
  • Nuckal's ATV-Formally belonged to Nuckal, currently belongs to the Skulkin Army. It was a medium-sized vehicle.
  • Skeleton Helicopter-Belongs to the Skulkin Army. It was a medium-sized vehicle.
  • Skeleton Chopper-Belongs to the Skulkin Army. It was a small-sized vehicle.
  • Turbo Turtle-Failed creation by Chopov. Its size was unknown.

Appearances

2011:

Accessories:

Books:

TV Series

  • Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitzu
    • Pilot Episodes
      • Way of The Ninja
      • The Golden Weapon
      • King of Shadows
      • Weapons of Destiny
    • Mini-Movies
      • Secrets of the Blacksmith
      • An Underworldly Takeover
      • Return to the Fire Temple
      • The New Masters of Spinjitzu (Kruncha & Nuckal)
    • Season 1
      • Never Trust a Snake (Kruncha & Nuckal)
      • Tick Tock (Kruncha & Nuckal)
      • The Royal Blacksmiths (Kruncha & Nuckal)
      • All of Nothing
      • Day of the Great Devourer (Kruncha & Nuckal)
    • Season 2
      • Double Trouble (Nuckal)
      • Ninjaball Run (Kruncha & Nuckal)
      • Wrong Place, Wrong Time
      • The Last Voyage (Samukai, Kruncha & Nuckal)

Video games:

See Also

Notes

Gallery

view · talk · edit Ninjago minifigures
Main: Cole | Garmadon | Jay | Kai | Lloyd Garmadon | Nya | Sensei Wu | Zane
Skulkin (Skeletons): Samukai | Kruncha | Nuckal | Wyplash | Krazi | Frakjaw | Bonezai | Chopov | Skeleton Dummy
Serpentine (Snakes): Anacondrai: Pythor P. Chumsworth | Unknown Anacondrai Warrior | Unidentified Anacondrai General
Hypnobrai: Skales | Slithraa | Mezmo | Rattla
Fangpyre: Fangtom | Fangdam | Fang-Suei | Snappa
Constrictai: Skalidor | Bytar | Chokun | Snike
Venomari: Acidicus | Lizaru | Spitta | Lasha
Other: The Great Devourer
Stone Army: Overlord | General Kozu | Swordsman | Warrior | Scout | Giant Stone Warrior
Nindroids: General Cryptor | Min-Droid | Nindroid Drone | Nindroid Warrior | Recon Nindroid
REBOOTED: Cyrus Borg | Dareth | P.I.X.A.L. | Falcon (Ninjago)
Other: Villans: Bizzaro Ninja: Bizzaro Cole | Bizzaro Jay | Bizzaro Kai | Bizzaro Zane
Darkley's Kids: Brad Tudabone | Gene
Captain Soto's Crew: Captain Soto | First Mate | No Eyed Pete | Red Hat Pirate | Ninjago Pirate | Ninjago Pirate 2
Other: TV Series only: Construction Workers | Darkley's Boarding School Teachers | Ed Walker | Edna Walker | Farmer | The First Spinjitzu Master | Hiroshi | Jamanakai Villagers | Jeff | Kai's father | Lou | Mailman | Misako | Mother Doomsday | Mystake | Ninjaball Run Announcers | Ninjago City Policeman | Patty Keys | Phil | Principal Noble | Talent Show Judges | Dr. Julien | Gayle Gossip | Selma | Skales Jr.
Other: TV Series Beasts: Cragling | Electro Cobrai | Grundal | Mud Monster | Starteeth | Treehorn | Treehorn Queen | Leviathan | Spykor
Other: Outside TV and sets: Carridi | Nobu | Karate Kid | Kirchonn The Invincible | Cardinsto | Barracudox | Time Ninja | Gahrann the Dreamer | Phantom Ninja
Other:: Ninjago Dragons (Ultra Dragon) | Skeleton Dummy

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