"The Snake King" is an episode of Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitzu starring Vincent Tong, Kirby Morrow, and Michael Adamthwaite. Pythor declares himself to be the destined leader who will reawaken The Great Devourer - an ancient beast who can't be killed and will consume all of Ninjago.

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... Kai (voice)
... Cole / Constrictai Soldier (voice)
... Jay / Fangpyre Soldier (voice)
Brent Miller ... Zane (voice)
... Sensei Wu / Venomari General (voice)
... Nya / Fan #1 (voice)
... Lloyd / Fan #2 (voice)
... Constrictai General (voice)
... Scales / Child (voice)
... Pythor / Delivery Guy (voice)
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Pythor declares himself to be the destined leader who will reawaken The Great Devourer - an ancient beast who can't be killed and will consume all of Ninjago.

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15 February 2012 (USA)  »

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The Weekend Whip
Written by Zack Jones & Erin Chapman
Performed by The Fold
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The best episode yet
11 October 2017 | by See all my reviews

Mild spoilers for the previous episodes.

Pythor tries to become the leader of all Serptine tribes, whilst Lloyd goes missing. The Samurai pops up again, becoming a problem for the Ninjago, but also proving to be a significant force of good. The Serptine discover the old city of where they used to live, long ago buried in the desert of Ninjago.

This episode was probably one of the best episode of the season so far; I don't think I've enjoyed one just as much as this one. There was a lot to be learned, especially of the healthy help of competition in your life. This is a lesson I know to be true, and to see it being taught to younger viewers, is absolutely wonderful.

With secrets revealed in this episode, we get to see the loyalty of siblings with Nya and Kai, and again, it's wonderful to see. It made me smile and teaches another valuable lesson to the younger viewers of the show – family is important, be loyal to them.

This episode has definitely sparked my love for the show, and I don't think I could stop watching it after this episode. I'm definitely going to at least finish season one, and pray that the quality of the show doesn't go down hill now that it's starting to become one of the best children's shows I've watched.


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