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Adventure Life Season 1: Ninjago Masters of Primary School

By LDStories

Adventure / Humor


Hi! This is Karina, this is our first fic so read it please! We're excited to start this fic and we know we'll have a blast writing this! Safe reading! Fangirls forever! ^.^ ~Karina

Chapter 1 - WE ARE CHILDREN?!

~Starts at Child's Play~

"I can't believe Garmadon turned us into kids!" Shouted Kai.

"This is so humiliating!" Whined the 11 year old Jay.


"Students! Garmadon has been sighted in the museum of ancient history!" Alerted Sensei Wu. "Were on it Sensei!" Saluted Cole. So the ninjas hopped into the Ultra Sonic Raider and drove to the museum.

When they arrived at the museum, (Lloyd had trouble keeping up, so he was still outside) the were greeted by a merely smirking Garmadon. "Did you really think I will attack this puny little museum? Why this was just a diversion to drive you here so I can unfold my master plan!" after that he pointed the Mega Weapon at the ninjas and everything went white.

~The Present~

The ninjas woke up in the museum, Lloyd shaking each of them up. They suddenly noticed something different... Cole looked at his hands and saw they were smaller... And the ground seemed closer...

"Lloyd, do you see anything... Different?" Cole questioned. He noticed that Lloyd got... Taller apparently. 'What does that kid eat?!' He thought to himself. Lloyd seemed to be loosing it. He laughed silently and gave Cole a mirror...

"We're kids!" Cole yelled. Everybody got up, and he was right. They were kids!

"What do we do? What happened? What will Nya think?!" Jay stammered

"JAY!" Kai yelled in his squeaky voice "This is not time for that!"

"What do we do then?!" Before Kai could shout at Jay again, Zane interupped him.

"Well if we want to turn back into adults again we must find Sensei and see what he can help us with!" Zane spoke up in a much higher pitched voice.

"Well I hope my sister is okay..." Kai said in a worried tone.

"Shhh! theres someone talking!" Whispered Cole.

"Guys?" a female voice echoed throughout the museum's halls.

"Who's there?!" Demanded Lloyd who was apparently caught up and was ready for battle while the others did the same. The mysterious figure came out and to everyone's shock… "Nya?!" Kai said, a bit confused.

"Yeah thats me…" Nya rubbed the back of her black bob cut hair style sheepishly.

"Yeah about that.. I kinda followed you into the museum and got caught in the spell." Nya then walked up to the boys to show herself but.. she was small like the ninjas!

"N-Nya you're a kid too?!" Cried an astonished Jay,

"Nya! You could have been hurt! you should have stayed back at the bounty!" Scolded Kai "And what? Let you have all the fun? Its no fair you guys get to go on missions without me!" Nya shot back at her overprotective brother.

"But this is dangerous stuff! only a nin-" Kai was cut off by her very own sister

"Yeah yeah, only a ninja can do this stuff bla bla bla, but i'm a samurai!" Nya pouted while walking to the door. "Well I'm going to find Sensei and tell him what you have done"

"Nya wait!" Kai called after his sister while him and the other ninjas plus Lloyd followed after Nya. *WEEOOOOOWEEEEOOOO* the siren of a police car echoed across the city "Guys, we're screwed!" Lloyd panicked.

Hi! Hoped you liked this chapter! There is more coming up, so you don't need to wait long! If you really did like it, be sure to favorite us and the book, and keep in mind that we update every 3 days. Review and Baiii! ~Claudia Ω

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