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|Samurai X Cave Chaos|
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Build a jet plane at the hi-tech inventor launchpad, but beware—old enemies Pythor, General Kozu, a Stone Army Swordsman and General Cryptor are breaking in and trying to steal all the samurai vehicles! Attack with the Samurai X mech and trap the invaders in the laser prison. Then zoom off on the powerful Samurai X bike or in the awesome jet that you’ve built!
The Samurai X Cave was first introduced in the third season of Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitzu, being introduced as a lair from which Nya operated as Samurai X and where she kept much of her equipment from that time. Sensei Garmadon and Lloyd would travel here in search of a vehicle to aid their escape from the forces of the Overlord. It would later be invaded on two separate occasions: once by Morro and his Ghost Warriors as they sought a means to acquire the Sword of Sanctuary, and later by the Vermillion in search of metal. The latter occasion would take place after Nya brought Zane their in an effort to repair him, and saw the theft of her Samurai X armor just as the Ghosts' intrusion had resulted in the loss of her exo-suit. It was later invaded again by the Vermillion, and the new Samurai X took Nya's armor and mech from here before being confronted by Nya.
- This version of Nya, Pythor, General Cryptor, and General Kozu are all exclusive to this set.
- Lloyd was also released-with a hairpiece and different shoulder armor-with an issue of LEGO Ninjago Magazine.
- Jay appears with a hood instead of a hairpiece and face mask in 70595 Ultra Stealth Raider and with no face mask and double-shoulder armor in an issue of LEGO Ninjago Magazine.
- Sensei Wu (with a tan hat) was later released in 70626 Dawn of Iron Doom, while the Stone Swordsman was also released in 70589 Rock Roader.
- This set has the exact same piece count as 70738 Final Flight of Destiny’s Bounty, at 1253 pieces.
- One of the screens in this set features an image of Seliel, a character exclusive to the graphic novel Who is the Phantom Ninja?