For Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitzu, the four ten-minute episodes have been considered on many sites to be Season 1 of the series, while the full-length episodes have been Season 2, and the new season Season 3. However, there is evidence to suggest that season 1 is the first lot of full-length episodes- the first episode in the latest season is called "Episode 14" in the title screen, not "Episode 1", indicating the "Episode 1" in the full-length episode is Season 1, episode 1 (the first full-length series was 13 episodes long).
So, what are we going for on here? I think it'd be better to get it sorted out before we start really creating Ninjago episode articles (when the Episode MoS is put through, I'm going to be starting up a Brickiproject just for Ninjago TV episodes) NightblazeSaber 00:28, September 4, 2012 (UTC)
- My vote's for the first season being for the first full-length episodes. And maybe list the ten-minute ones either as "Prequel" or "Season "0""? NightblazeSaber 00:28, September 4, 2012 (UTC)
As stated above, in the latest season, the first episode title reads "Episode 14 - ...." for the first episode in the season, "Episode 15 - ...." for the second, etc. For the episode infobox, it's common to say season 2, episode 1 in separate fields, or use notation like 2.01. But, since it's being listed as the episode number in the overall series, should we list the episodes as "Season 2, Episode 1", "Season 2, Episode 2", etc, or just stick with "Episode 14", "Episode 15", and just mention in the article that it's a part of season 2? NightblazeSaber 00:28, September 4, 2012 (UTC)
- I don't really have anything to say since I don't understand, but I did start a Ninjago project last night. I didn't mention anything about episodes because I didn't think of them, but they could be added. --Berrybrick (Talk) 00:32, September 4, 2012 (UTC)
- Yeah, I saw that, I was going to ask you if I could start it as a sub-project of yours :D NightblazeSaber 00:39, September 4, 2012 (UTC)