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  • First Spinjitzu Master
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  • The First Spinjitzu Master's origins are unknown, but he created the world of Ninjago using the Four Golden Weapons of Spinjitzu. The new land was at peace for a while, but darkness eventually manifested to counterbalance the light of Ninjago. From the darkness came an evil creature called "The Overlord", who challenged the First Spinjitzu Master to battle for the fate of the world. The First Spinjitzu Master passed away when Wu and Garmadon were young men, charging his sons with the duty to guard the Four Golden Weapons from those who would misuse their power.
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  • The First Spinjitzu Master's origins are unknown, but he created the world of Ninjago using the Four Golden Weapons of Spinjitzu. The new land was at peace for a while, but darkness eventually manifested to counterbalance the light of Ninjago. From the darkness came an evil creature called "The Overlord", who challenged the First Spinjitzu Master to battle for the fate of the world. The First Spinjitzu Master fought the Overlord for a long time, with neither gaining the upper hand. Eventually, the Overlord created an indestructible army to aid him, nearly overwhelming the First Spinjitzu Master. To save the world from the grip of darkness, the First Spinjitzu Master used his powers to split Ninjago in two, destroying the Overlord's physical form and trapping the villain on what would come to be known as the Island of Darkness. This act balanced the forces of light and shadow, ensuring that the Overlord could never return. With the Overlord defeated, the First Spinjitzu Master was able to seal away the dormant Stone Army in an indestructible tomb, which he buried deep beneath what would eventually become Ninjago City. He also travelled to the Island of Darkness at some point to construct the Temple of Light (where he hid his Golden Mech) and the Celestial Clock. Some time after this cataclysmic war, a new threat emerged in the form of the Serpentine, a race of reptilian humanoids who laid claim to Ninjago. The First Spinjitzu Master's role in the battle against the snakes is unknown, but the people of Ninjago eventually prevailed over the Serpentine, separating the five tribes and sealing each away in a different part of Ninjago. The First Spinjitzu Master later settled in the Monastery of Spinjitzu and fathered Garmadon and Wu, teaching them the arts of Spinjitzu. One day, when he was having tea outdoors, Wu lost his katana in a sparring match with Garmadon, and the latter went over the wall to retrieve it. When Garmadon did not return, the First Spinjitzu Master went out to look for him, eventually finding his son near some bushes, wounded and extremely ill. The First Spinjitzu Master attempted to heal Garmadon's wound, learning that he had been bitten by a strange viper. Unknown to anyone at the time, the viper who bit Garmadon was the Great Devourer, and its venom would steadily corrupt Garmadon into a ruthless, power-hungry villain. The First Spinjitzu Master passed away when Wu and Garmadon were young men, charging his sons with the duty to guard the Four Golden Weapons from those who would misuse their power.