List of The Lego Movie characters

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This is a list of characters from The Lego Movie franchise produced by Warner Animation Group and The Lego Group, which consists of the animated films, 4D film and TV series, The Lego Movie (2014), The Lego Movie: 4D - A New Adventure (2016), The Lego Batman Movie (2017), The Lego Ninjago Movie (2017), Unikitty! (2017–present) and The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part (2019).

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Appearing in The Lego Movie[edit]

Emmet Brickowski[edit]

Emmet (voiced by Chris Pratt in The Lego Movie,[1] The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part and Lego Dimensions, A. J. Locascio in The Lego Movie: 4D - A New Adventure, Keith Ferguson in The Lego Movie Videogame) is the main protagonist of The Lego Movie. He starts off as a regular young construction worker who was chosen by the prophecy to find the Piece of Resistance to save the Lego World and stop the evil Lord Business.

He discovers that everything in the Lego world is from a kid's imagination. He gets back to the Lego world where he makes a speech to Lord Business and saves the world celebrating with his new friends. Wyldstyle becomes his girlfriend at the end of the movie.

In The Lego Batman Movie, past footage of Emmet falling into the Eternal Abyss of Nothingness can be seen in the beginning of the film when a local news anchor is explaining the results of Joker's bomb blast.

Lucy "Wyldstyle"[edit]

Wyldstyle (voiced by Elizabeth Banks in The Lego Movie,[1] The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part, The Lego Movie: 4D - A New Adventure and Lego Dimensions, Jessica DiCicco in The Lego Movie Videogame) is a young woman who is one of the members of the Masters Builders and she is the one who meets Emmet in the beginning upon saving him from the Super Secret Police's Melting Chamber. Her job is to keep saving Emmet from Lord Business' robot sidekicks. She was Batman's girlfriend and Emmet's love interest at the start of the movie.

After Emmet's sacrifice, she shows to the rest of the citizens of Bricksburg and the rest of the Lego universe an honorable speech about Emmet and makes everybody to be creative and fight Business' evil robots. After Emmet gets back and saves the world, she left Batman and she officially became Emmet's girlfriend.

Wyldstyle's real name is Lucy and it is implied by Vitruvius that she kept changing her name due to being insecure about it.

Lord Business [edit]

Lord Business (voiced by Will Ferrell in The Lego Movie,[1] Keith Ferguson in The Lego Movie Videogame, Nolan North in Lego Dimensions) is the main antagonist of The Lego Movie. He is a businessman who is the president of the Octan Corporation and the Lego World. When President Business is not doing his job as a President, he is a despicable and evil villain named Lord Business who wants to freeze the Lego World with Kragle. In his Lord Business form, President Business wears a fire-spurting helmet, a long cape and extending leg attachments that light up in the middle.

As President Business got confused with the Master Builders' creations, he formed the Super Secret Police and appointed Bad Cop / Good Cop to hunt them down.

He is based on Finn's father who was referred to as "The Man Upstairs" (portrayed by Ferrell himself). With some persuasion from Emmet, Lord Business caps the Kragle and makes amends by spreading the antidote for Kragle.

Batman [edit]

Bruce Wayne / Batman (voiced by Will Arnett in The Lego Movie,[1] The Lego Batman Movie, The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part, and Lego Dimensions, Jim Meskimen in The Lego Movie Videogame) is a DC Comics superhero from Gotham City, the secondary character comic relief of The Lego Movie, and the main protagonist of The Lego Batman Movie.

In The Lego Movie, he is one of the members of the Master Builders and Wyldstyle's boyfriend and he decides to help Emmet to save the Lego World. In order for Emmet to build an Octan ship to get into the Octan Tower, Batman stole a hyperdrive from the passing Millennium Falcon. During the Octan Tower infiltration, Batman enters President Business' board meeting as Bruce Wayne claiming that he wants to fund Octan's Kragle project. At the end of the movie, Batman gives Wyldstyle his blessing to be Emmet's girlfriend.

In The Lego Batman Movie, he is depicted as an arrogant, selfish and sarcastic person like in the original one, but in this one, he needs to team up with his adopted son Richard "Dick" Grayson, his butler Alfred Pennyworth and the new Commissioner of Gotham City (and his crush) Barbara Gordon to stop his greatest enemy Joker.

MetalBeard [edit]

MetalBeard (voiced by Nick Offerman in The Lego Movie,[1], The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part, The Lego Movie: 4D - A New Adventure and Lego Dimensions, Roger L. Jackson in The Lego Movie Videogame) is a large, bionic makeshift robot pirate and a member of the Master Builders.

MetalBeard originally had a normal pirate body, which he lost in an earlier mission to the Octan Tower that led to the capture of most of the Masters Builders that were with him. During the meeting at Cloud Cuckoo Land where he recapped what happened in the earlier mission to the Octan Tower, MetalBeard was the first Master Builder to be displeased that Emmet hasn't learned any Master Builder skills yet and left Cloud Cuckoo Land in his ship. He later rescued Emmet, Wyldstyle, Batman, Vitruvius, Princess Unikitty and Benny when he noticed that the Super Secret Police didn't salvage the double-decker couch that Emmet made, which everyone took refuge in upon the destruction of their submarine. "The Man Upstairs" considered MetalBeard to be a hodgepodge creation of Finn's.

Princess Unikitty [edit]

Unikitty (voiced by Alison Brie in The Lego Movie,[1] The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part, The Lego Movie: 4D - A New Adventure and Lego Dimensions, Jessica DiCicco in The Lego Movie Videogame, Tara Strong in Unikitty!) is a unicorn-horned cat who is the ruler of the secret sky location called Cloud Cuckoo Land within Middle Zealand where there's no rules and not unhappy things. She's cute, positive, optimistic, but she also has a dark side when she gets angry. She's also a member of the Master Builders and helps Emmet to save the Lego World.

Princess Unikitty was first seen welcoming Emmet, Wyldstyle, Vitruvius and Batman to Cloud Cuckoo Land and attends the meeting of the Master Builders. She was devastated when the Super Secret Police destroyed Cloud Cuckoo Land and is comforted by Emmet.

There is also an animated spin-off series centered around the character, named Unikitty!, produced for Cartoon Network.[2] In this show, Princess Unikitty is the ruler of the Unikingdom and has a younger brother named Prince Puppycorn.

Benny the Spaceman[edit]

Benny (voiced by Charlie Day in The Lego Movie,[1] The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part, The Lego Movie: 4D - A New Adventure and Lego Dimensions, Mark Silverman in The Lego Movie Videogame) is a blue 1980's spaceman who loves to build blue classic spaceships. He's also a member of the Master Builders and helps Emmet to save the Lego World.

While attending a meeting with the Master Builders at Cloud Cuckoo Land, Benny was among those who join Emmet in the escape from the Super Secret Police. Both times in Cloud Cuckoo Land and on MetalBeard's ship, he tried to build a spaceship only to have his plans cancelled. During the escape from the Octan Tower upon Bad Cop approving the idea, Benny (very enthusiastically) makes a spaceship, which the others used to make their way back to Bricksburg.

In The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part, he is shown to have a metal (or robotic) right arm.

Bad Cop / Good Cop[edit]

Bad Cop / Good Cop (voiced by Liam Neeson in The Lego Movie,[1] Bradley Pierce in The Lego Movie Videogame) is a police officer with a double-sided head and is named after the good cop/bad cop method. One face is the bad one, which is mostly with Lord Business while the other one is good, kind, and friendly with everyone. Besides being the son of Ma Cop and Pa Cop, Bad Cop/Good Cop is the leader of the Super Secret Police and works for Lord Business to find the Special.

He first appears where he interrogates Emmet on the Master Builders and comes up to send Emmet to the Melting Chamber. When Wyldstyle frees Emmet, Bad Cop and his forces pursue them to one of the secret tunnels. During a meeting with Lord Business, Bad Cop/Good Cop is introduced to a prototype of the Kraglized weapon that he is going to use on Taco Tuesday. He wants Bad Cop to test it on his parents. When Good Cop couldn't do the job, Lord Business used nail polish remover and a q-tip to erase Good Cop's face enabling Bad Cop to do the job much to the horror of his parents. Afterwards, Bad Cop led the Super Secret Police into chasing Emmet, Wyldstyle, and Vitruvius through the Old West until they were saved by Batman who turns Bad Cop's police car into a baby carriage. What they didn't know is that Bad Cop placed a tracking device on Emmet's leg without anybody noticing. With an arsenal of Kraglized vehicles, Bad Cop tracked Emmet down to Cloud Cuckoo Land where his forces captured the Master Builders present while Emmet, Wyldstyle, Batman, Princess Unikitty, Benny and Vitruvius got away. When Emmet's group were later apprehended and brought to the Octan Tower's Think Tank, Bad Cop was present when Lord Business beheaded Vitruvius. Upon setting the Think Tank to self-destruct and leaving, Lord Business abandoned Bad Cop stating that it was nothing personal. Following Emmet's sacrifice, which stopped the self-destructing Think Tank, Bad Cop later helps the Master Builders escape where he even uses a marker to draw a scribble face to replace the Good Cop face he lost. Upon the Kragle being disarmed, Bad Cop/Good Cop was reunited with his parents.

Vitruvius[edit]

Vitruvius (voiced by Morgan Freeman in The Lego Movie,[1] Josh Robert Thompson in The Lego Movie Videogame) is a blind old wizard and a teacher of Wyldstyle. Vitruvius is the one of the most important members of the Master Builders and the one who believes that Emmet will save the world.

In one of his earlier encounters with Lord Business, Vitruvius was blinded by him and made up a prophecy of the Special. During the confrontation in the Octan Tower's Think Tank, Vitruvius is beheaded by Lord Business using a penny on him. Upon his death, Vitruvius returns as a ghost that helps Emmet learn his destiny.

The Man Upstairs[edit]

The Man Upstairs (portrayed by Will Ferrell[1]) is an unnamed adult Lego collector and the father of Finn who appears in the live-action part of the film. He comes home from work and chastises his son for ruining the set by creating variations of different playsets while stating that he left the child blocks for him and his sister to use. With every Krazy Glue in his possession, "The Man Upstairs" proceeds to permanently rebuild and glue his perceived perfect creations together. Eventually, he finds that Finn based Lord Business off of him and joins Finn into removing the Krazy Glue from him. Upon being called up to Taco Tuesday by Finn's mom, "The Man Upstairs" tells Finn that he will now allow his younger sister to play with them. This resulted in aliens from the planet Duplo beaming down and announcing their plans to destroy them.

Finn[edit]

Finn (portrayed by Jadon Sand[1]) is a boy who is the son of "The Man Upstairs" in the live-action part of the film. He is the one who created the world of Lego, all the events and the characters, including Emmet, and is the only one who knows the truth behind the Lego world.

Ma Cop and Pa Cop[edit]

Ma Cop and Pa Cop (voiced by Melissa Sturm and Liam Neeson)[1] are police officers who are the parents of Bad Cop/Good Cop. Lord Business brought them in as a demonstration to Bad Cop on the Kragle weapon that he will be using on Taco Tuesday. When Good Cop couldn't use the weapon on them, Lord Business erased his Good Cop face much to the horror of his parents. Bad Cop then uses the Kragle weapon on them. By the end of the movie, Ma Cop and Pa Cop are freed from the Kragle and reunited with their son.

Master Builders[edit]

The Master Builders are a group of Lego minifigures that can build things without instructions. It is shown that the Master Builders meet in the "Dog" part of Cloud Cuckoo Land to discuss various issues. Their creative ways caused Lord Business to form the Super Secret Police to hunt them down where they are placed in the Octan Tower's Think Tank.

Superman[edit]

Kal-El / Clark Kent / Superman (voiced by Channing Tatum in The Lego Movie,[1] The Lego Batman Movie and The Lego Movie Sequel, Nolan North in Lego Dimensions) is a DC Comics superhero and Master Builder.

In The Lego Movie, Superman is shown to be annoyed by Green Lantern and was among the Master Builders that attend the meeting in Cloud Cuckoo Land. During the attack on Cloud Cuckoo Land, Superman took down one of the Super Secret Police's vehicles before being immobilized by a wad of gum leading to his capture.

In The Lego Batman Movie, he and Batman are shown to have a hostile relationship similar to how they started out in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice during one confrontation with Joker. Superman appears on the news program "Metropolis in Focus" where he has just sent General Zod to the Phantom Zone. When interviewed by Reporter Pippa, Superman describes the Phantom Zone to hold the universe's worst villains, which gives Batman and Joker ideas for their plans with the Phantom Zone Projector. Superman is seen hosting the 57th Annual Justice League Anniversary Party at the Fortress of Solitude, which he neglected to invite Batman to and had to come up with various cover-ups to explain why Batman didn't get an invitation.

Wonder Woman[edit]

Diana Prince / Wonder Woman (voiced by Cobie Smulders)[1] is a DC Comics superhero and Master Builder.

In The Lego Movie, Wonder Woman is among the Master Builders that attend the meeting in Cloud Cuckoo Land. During the Super Secret Police's attack on Cloud Cuckoo Land, Wonder Woman's Invisible Jet is destroyed. She is among the Master Builders that are captured.

In The Lego Batman Movie, Wonder Woman is seen attending the 57th Annual Justice League Anniversary Party at the Fortress of Solitude where she has no dialogue.

Green Lantern[edit]

Hal Jordan / Green Lantern (voiced by Jonah Hill in The Lego Movie,[1] The Lego Batman Movie and The Lego Movie Sequel) is a DC Comics superhero and Master Builder who is a nuisance to Superman.

In The Lego Movie, Green Lantern is among the Master Builders that meet in Cloud Cuckoo Land and tries to interact with Superman. During the attack on Cloud Cuckoo Land, Green Lantern tries to get Superman out of the wad of gum he's trapped in which doesn't work and leads to both of them getting captured by the Super Secret Police.

In The Lego Batman Movie, Green Lantern was seen at the 57th Annual Justice League Anniversary Party at the Fortress of Solitude. When Superman claims to Batman that there must've been a problem with the E-Mails as a cover-up for why Batman wasn't invited to the 57th Annual Justice League Anniversary Party, Green Lantern states that he sometimes never gets Superman's E-Mails for "years".

Flash[edit]

Barry Allen / The Flash (voiced by Adam DeVine in The Lego Batman Movie[1]) is a DC Comics superhero and Master Builder.

In The Lego Movie, Flash was part of MetalBeard's earlier attack on the Octan Tower, which led to his capture. He is later seen at the end of the movie with the other DC Comics superheroes.

In The Lego Batman Movie, Flash is seen attending the 57th Annual Justice League Anniversary Party and asks Batman to take a picture of the whole Justice League. This leaves Batman disappointed because he wasn't in the picture despite being a member.

2002 NBA All Stars[edit]

The 2002 NBA All-Stars are basketball players that are Master Builders that consist of a Lego caricature of Shaquille O'Neal (voiced by Himself)[1] and two unnamed basketball players.

In The Lego Movie, the 2002 NBA All-Stars were among the Master Builders that meet in Cloud Cuckoo Land. During the attack on Cloud Cuckoo Land, the 2002 NBA All-Stars alongside two Spacemen and the Swamp Creature try to use a catapult on the vehicles of the Super Secret Police to no avail as the vehicles are all Kraglized. They are captured by the Super Secret Police.

Abraham Lincoln[edit]

Abraham Lincoln (voiced by Will Forte[1]) is the 16th President of the United States and a Master Builder who rides in a rocket version of his armchair with a footrest that is similar to the one seen in the statue of him.

In The Lego Movie, Abraham Lincoln was among the Master Builders that meet at Cloud Cuckoo Land. When the Master Builders were displeased that Emmet hasn't learned any Master Builder skills yet, Abraham Lincoln quotes "A house divided against itself would be better than this." Abraham Lincoln then rides his rocket armchair away from the dog. During the battle of Bricksburg, Abraham Lincoln is shown riding into battle while giving Michelangelo Buonaroti and William Shakespeare a ride.

In The Lego Movie Videogame, Abraham Lincoln is seen during the attack on Cloud Cuckoo Land where Emmet helps to fix his rocket armchair.

In a promo for DVD release of The Lego Movie, Abraham Lincoln was paired up with Michelangelo Buonaroti in a buddy cop project called "Time Cops".

Gandalf[edit]

Gandalf (voiced by Todd Hanson[1]) is a wizard from Middle-earth who is one of the Master Builders.

In The Lego Movie, Gandalf is among the Master Builders that meet in Cloud Cuckoo Land. When Gandalf asks Vitruvius to have Emmet stand forward, Vitruvius mistakes him for Albus Dumbledore much to the annoyance of both wizards. When it was revealed that Emmet doesn't know any Master Builder skills, Gandalf and Dumbledore quote to Emmet that he's the "butt" when he quoted "but." During the attack on Cloud Cuckoo Land, Gandalf is among the Master Builders that hear about the tracker on Emmet's leg and claims that he led the Super Secret Police right to them. He is among the Master Builders that are captured. Following the Kragle being capped by the Piece of Resistance, Gandalf and Albus Dumbledore toss the Deep Sea Diver up and down.

In The Lego Movie Videogame, Gandalf and the Magician help Emmet and Princess Unikitty fight Lord Business' giant robot.

Albus Dumbledore[edit]

Albus Dumbledore is a wizard who is the headmaster of Hogwarts and a Master Builder.

In The Lego Movie, Albus Dumbledore is among the Master Builders that meet in Cloud Cuckoo Land. When Gandalf asks Vitruvius to have Emmet stand forward, Vitruvius mistakes him for Albus Dumbledore much to the annoyance of both wizards. When it was revealed that Emmet doesn't know any Master Builder skills and he tried to make an attempt at a motivated speech, Gandalf and Dumbledore quote to Emmet that he's the but when he quoted "but". He is among the Master Builders that are captured. Following the Kragle being capped by the Piece of Resistance, Albus Dumbledore and Gandalf toss the Deep Sea Diver up and down.

Michelangelo Buonaroti[edit]

Michelangelo Buonaroti is an artist and sculptor that is one of the Master Builders.

In The Lego Movie, Michelangelo is among the Master Builders that meet in Cloud Cuckoo Land where he was seen working on a sculpture. During the fight in Bricksburg, Michelangelo and William Shakespeare are showing riding with Abraham Lincoln on his rocket chair.

William Shakespeare[edit]

William Shakespeare (voiced by Jorma Taccone[1]) is a poet, playwright, and actor who is one of the Master Builders.

In The Lego Movie, William Shakespeare is among the Master Builders that meet in Cloud Cuckoo Land. When it was discovered that Emmet has not learned any Master Builder skills yet, William Shakespeare considered him "rubbish." During the attack on Cloud Cuckoo Land, William Shakespeare is among the Master Builders that are apprehended by the Super Secret Police. During the fight in Bricksburg, William Shakespeare and Michelangelo Buonaroti are shown riding with Abraham Lincoln on his rocket chair.

Blaze Firefighter[edit]

The Blaze Firefighter is a firefighter and Master Builder.

In The Lego Movie, a Blaze Firefighter was among the Master Builders that meet in Cloud Cuckoo Land. Another Blaze Firefighter was seen during the battle in Bricksburg where he is operating a mech that was created from a fire engine.

Cardio Carrie[edit]

Cardio Carrie is a fitness instructor and Master Builder.

In The Lego Movie she is among the Master Builders that meet in Cloud Cuckoo Land.

El Macho Wrestler[edit]

El Macho Wrestler is a masked wrestler and Master Builder.

In The Lego Movie, he is among the Master Builders that meet in Cloud Cuckoo Land.

Gallant Guards[edit]

The Gallant Guards are inhabitants of Middle Zealand where some of them are Master Builders.

In The Lego Movie, the Gallant Guards that are Master Builders are among the Master Builders that meet in Cloud Cuckoo Land. Some other Gallant Guards were shown listening to a medieval messenger reading Wyldstyle's message to everyone to stand up to Lord Business' forces.

NOTE: The Gallant Guards are recycled from the Lion Knights from Lego Castle.

Gordon Zola[edit]

Gordon Zola is a chef from Bricksburg and a Master Builder.

Outside of his Bricksburg appearances in The Lego Movie, Gordon Zola is among the Master Builders that meet in Cloud Cuckoo Land.

Hank Haystack[edit]

Hank Haystack is a farmer and Master Builder.

In The Lego Movie, he is among the Master Builders that meet in Cloud Cuckoo Land.

Marsha: Queen of the Mermaids[edit]

Marsha: Queen of the Mermaids is a mermaid queen and Master Builder.

In The Lego Movie, Marsha is among the Master Builders that meet in Cloud Cuckoo Land where Vitruvius referred to her as "Mermaid Lady". During the attack on Cloud Cuckoo Land, Marsha is the first person to notice the tracker that Bad Cop secretly placed on Emmet.

Panda Guy[edit]

The Panda Guy is a man in a giant panda suit that is a Master Builder.

In The Lego Movie, the Panda Guy is among the Master Builders that meet in Cloud Cuckoo Land. During the battle in Bricksburg, the Panda Guy is seen helping a Yeti fight a Micro Manager.

The Panda Guy also made an appearance in The Lego Ninjago Movie when the news lady was announcing birthday dates.

Sir Stackabrick[edit]

Sir Stackabrick is a knight from Middle Zealand and a Master Builder.

In The Lego Movie, Sir Stackabrick is among the Master Builders that meet in Cloud Cuckoo Land. During the attack on Cloud Cuckoo Land, Sir Stackabrick is the one who identifies the tracker that Bad Cop secretly placed on Emmet.

NOTE: Sir Stackabrick is a reused version of the Lion Knight from the Lego Castle set "70402 The Gatehouse Raid", but without armor.

Appearing from Lego Minifigures[edit]

The following Master Builders appear from the Lego Minifigures theme:

  • Artist – The Artist is among the Master Builders that meet in Cloud Cuckoo Land. A different Artist appears in The Lego Ninjago Movie as a citizen of Ninjago City where he is among its civilians in awe over Meowthra before fleeing in terror.
  • Circus clown – The Circus Clown is among the Master Builders that meet in Cloud Cuckoo Land. During this time, he and the Lizard Man are shown painting Batman's face. In addition, the Circus Clown is shown to come from a Lego Universe location called Clown Town.
  • Cyclops – The Cyclops appears in a stop-motion video created by fans on ReBrick.
  • Deep Sea Diver – The Deep Sea Diver is among the Master Builders that meet in Cloud Cuckoo Land. Following the Kragle being capped by the Piece of Resistance, the Deep Sea Diver was shown being tossed up and down by Albus Dumbledore and Gandalf.
  • Demolition Dummy – The Demolition Dummy is among the Master Builders that meet in Cloud Cuckoo Land.
  • Disco Dude – The Disco Dude was seen as part of Metalbeard's earlier attack on the Octan Tower.
  • Egyptian Queen – The Egyptian Queen is among the Master Builders that meet in Cloud Cuckoo Land. She was referred to by Vitruvius as "Cleopatra" in the part where she is shown trying to get an asp away from her. The Egyptian Queen is often shown in scenes with the Lady Robot.
  • Forestman – The Forestman is among the Master Builders that meet in Cloud Cuckoo Land. He was referred to by Vitruvius as "Robin Hood".
  • Gangster – The Gangster is among the Master Builders that meet in Cloud Cuckoo Land.
  • Hazmat Guy – The Hazmat Guy is among the Master Builders that meet in Cloud Cuckoo Land. Unlike his Minifigure, he was sporting a yellow hazmat suit.
  • Island Warrior – The Island Warrior is among the Master Builders that meet in Cloud Cuckoo Land. When the Super Secret Police attack Cloud Cuckoo Land, the Island Warrior gets trampled by the "Orb of Titleist" alongside Johnny Thunder and a Yeti.
  • Lady Liberty – Lady Liberty is among the Master Builders that meet in Cloud Cuckoo Land.
  • Lady Robot – A female robot who is the only robot so far that is a Master Builder. She is often shown in scenes with the Egyptian Queen.
  • Lizard Man – A man in a lizard suit. He is among the Master Builders that meet in Cloud Cuckoo Land. During this time, he and the Circus Clown are shown painting Batman's face.
  • Magician – The Magician was seen as part of MetalBeard's earlier attack on the Octan Tower and later appeared among the Master Builders meeting in Cloud Cuckoo Land.
  • Medusa (voiced by Lauren White in The Lego Batman Movie) – Medusa was seen as part of MetalBeard's earlier attack on the Octan Tower. In The Lego Batman Movie, a different Medusa is seen amongst the inmates of the Phantom Zone.
  • Mime – The Mime was seen as part of MetalBeard's earlier attack on the Octan Tower.
  • Mummy – A Mummy is among the Master Builders that meet in Cloud Cuckoo Land.
  • Pirate Captain – The Pirate Captain is seen in Wyldstyle's flashback where she explains about the Master Builders.
  • Policeman – The Policeman is among the Master Builders that meet in Cloud Cuckoo Land.
  • Punk Rocker – The Punk Rocker is among the Master Builders that meet in Cloud Cuckoo Land.
  • Rapper – The Rapper was seen in Wyldstyle's flashback among the Master Builders in Bricksburg that are apprehended by the Super Secret Police.
  • Ringmaster – The Ringmaster was seen as part of MetalBeard's earlier attack on the Octan Tower.
  • Sleepyhead – The Sleepyhead is among the Master Builders that meet in Cloud Cuckoo Land. In The Lego Ninjago Movie, a Sleepyhead is among the citizens of Ninjago City that evacuate by boat.
  • Surgeon – The Surgeon is among the Master Builders that meet in Cloud Cuckoo Land. This Surgeon is male opposed to the Minifigure that is female.
  • Tribal chief – While one Tribal Chief was among the Master Builders that meet in Cloud Cuckoo Land, another Tribal Chief was briefly seen in Flatbush Gulch's saloon in The Old West where he tried to hit Emmet with a hammer.
  • Vampire – The Vampire was among the Master Builders that meet in Cloud Cuckoo Land and was referred to by Vitruvius as "Nice Vampire". He was incorrectly labeled as "Lord Vampyre" in The Lego Movie Videogame.
  • Witch – The Witch was seen as part of MetalBeard's earlier attack on the Octan Tower.
  • Yeti – The Yeti is among the Master Builders that meet in Cloud Cuckoo Land. When the Super Secret Police attack Cloud Cuckoo Land, the Yeti gets trampled by the "Orb of Titleist" alongside Johnny Thunder and the Island Warrior. During the battle in Bricksburg, the Yeti is seen helping the Panda Guy fight a Micro Manager.
  • Zookeeper – The Zookeeper was seen in a flashback where Wyldstyle was talking about the Master Builders, being part of Metalbeard's earlier attack on the Octan Tower, and high fiving Speed Racer following the Kragle being disabled by the Piece of Resistance. In The Lego Ninjago Movie, a Zookeeper was among the Ninjago City citizens that are in awe of Meowthra before fleeing in terror.

Appearing from other themes[edit]

The following Master Builders appear from other Lego themes:

  • Conductor Charlie – A train conductor from Lego World City. In The Lego Movie, Conductor Charlie is among the Master Builders that meet in Cloud Cuckoo Land.
  • Ghost – This version is the classic variant. In The Lego Movie, the Ghost is among the Master Builders that meet in Cloud Cuckoo Land.
  • Johnny Thunder – An adventurer from Lego Adventurers. In The Lego Movie, he is among the Master Builders that meet in Cloud Cuckoo Land. When the Super Secret Police attack Cloud Cuckoo Land, Johnny Thunder gets trampled by the "Orb of Titleist" alongside the Island Warrior and a Yeti.
  • Lady Pirate – A female pirate from Lego Pirates. In The Lego Movie, she and a generic pirate are seen as part of Metalbeard's earlier attack on the Octan Tower. The Lady Pirate and the generic pirate are also revealed to be Metalbeard's parents in the "Ma and Pa" Emmet Awards contest.
  • Michelangelo – A Lego version of the character from Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. He was seen twice in The Lego Movie: the first time was when he was part of Metalbeard's earlier attack on the Octan Tower and the second time when he was among the Master Builders that meet in Cloud Cuckoo Land where he was seen in the same area as Michelangelo Buonaroti.
  • Milhouse Van Houten – A Lego version of the character from The Simpsons. In The Lego Movie, Milhouse was among the Master Builders that meet in Cloud Cuckoo Land.
  • Red Classic Spaceman – A 1980's spaceman in a red spacesuit from Lego Space. In The Lego Movie, one Red Classic Spaceman is among the Master Builders that meet in Cloud Cuckoo Land while another one is seen in a space set.
  • Speed Racer – A Lego version of the character from Lego Spedd Racer. In The Lego Movie, Speed Racer was seen as part of Metalbeard's earlier attack on the Octan Tower.
  • Swamp Creature (voiced by Seth Green in "The Lego Batman Movie") – A gill-man from Lego Monster Fighters. In The Lego Movie, the Swamp Creature is among the Master Builders that meet in Cloud Cuckoo Land. After Emmet's failed attempt at an inspirational speech, which causes the Master Builders to boo at him, the Swamp Creature asked "This is supposed to make us feel better?" In The Lego Batman Movie, a different Swamp Creature is among the inmates of the Phantom Zone. When Joker describes himself to the inmates, the Swamp Creature called Joker boring.
  • White Classic Spaceman – A 1980's spaceman in a white spacesuit from Lego Space. In The Lego Movie, one White Classic Spaceman is among the Master Builders that meet in Cloud Cuckoo Land while another one is seen in a space set.

Super Secret Police[edit]

The Super Secret police are Lord Business' personal law enforcement group. Under the leadership of Bad Cop, they are sent by Lord Business to hunt down the Master Builders.

Velma Staplebot[edit]

Velma Staplebot (voiced by Kelly Lafferty) is a robot who is Lord Business' overbearing personal assistant.

Sheriff Not-a-Robot[edit]

Sheriff Not-a-Robot (voiced by Jorma Taccone in The Lego Movie) is a robotic sheriff who is a member of the Super Secret Police and the head of its branch in The Old West.

Deputron[edit]

Deputron is a robotic deputy who is a member of the Super Secret Police's branch in The Old West.

Calamity Drone[edit]

Calamity Drone is a female robot who is a member of the Super Secret Police's branch in The Old West.

NOTE: Her name is a spoof of Calamity Jane.

Wiley Fusebot[edit]

Wiley Fusebot is a prospector-resembling robot who is the demolitions expert of the Super Secret Police's branch in The Old West.

Radio DJ Robot[edit]

The Radio DJ Robot is a robotic DJ who is used by Lord Business to play the song "Everything is Awesome" on the radio over and over again.

Foot Soldiers[edit]

The following are foot soldiers for the Super Secret Police:

  • Micro Managers (voiced by Doug Nicholas) – The Micro Managers are cube-shaped robots that are used to control the citizens and prepare them to be Kraglized.
  • Robo Crocodiles – The Robo Crocodiles are robotic crocodiles that are used by the Super Secret Police.
  • Robo Feds (voiced by David Burrows) – The Robo Feds are business suit-wearing office robots.
  • Robo Pilots – The Robo Pilots are the robotic pilots for the Super Secret Police.
  • Robo SWATs (voiced by David Burrows) – The Robo SWATS are the common foot soldiers of the Super Secret Police. There were some Robo SWATs that were seen wearing hazmat suits.
  • Skeletrons (voiced by David Burrows) – The Skeketrons are robotic skeletons that are the personal minions and bodyguards of Lord Business.

Bricksburg citizens[edit]

Bricksburg is the city where Emmet lives and is from. Besides Emmet, among the citizens of Bricksburg are:

  • Blacktron Fan – Blacktron Fan is a Bricksburg inhabitant who is a fan of Blacktron.
  • Dr. McScrubs – A doctor that works in Bricksburg.
  • Executive Ellen – An executive of a company in Bricksburg.
  • Fabu-Fan – A female who is a fan of Fabuland.
  • Garbage Man Dan – A garbageman who lives in Bricksburg and works with Garbage Man Grant. His headpiece is a recycled version of an Elite Police Officer from Lego City Police.
  • Garbage Man Grant – A garbageman who lives in Bricksburg and works with Garbage Man Dan.
  • Ice Cream Jo – A female ice cream vendor.
  • Ice Cream Mike – An ice cream vendor.
  • Kebab Bob – A kebab vendor.
  • Larry the Barista (voiced by Chris McKay)[1] – A barista that sells overpriced coffee at his coffeehouse. During the battle in Bricksburg, Larry finds his creativity after Wyldstyle's speech and builds a machine out of his coffeehouse to attack the Micro Managers.
  • Mrs. Scratchen-Post (voiced by Charity James in Lego Dimensions) – Mrs. Scratchen-Post is a cat lady who is one of Emmet's neighbors.
  • Plumber Joe – Plumber Joe is a plumber that lives in Bricksburg.
    • Alfie the Apprentice – Alfie is an apprentice plumber to Plumber Joe.
  • Surfer Dave (voiced by Doug Nicholas)[1] – A surfer based on the Surfer from Series 2 of Lego Minifigures.
  • Taco Tuesday Guy – A taco vendor who makes the tastiest tacos in Bricksburg.

The Old West citizens[edit]

The Old West is a location that is home to every cowboy and Indian minifigure. Among the citizens of The Old West are:

  • Bandito – A Bandito is seen as a patron at Flatbush Gulch's saloon. His head is a recycled version of Dewey Cheatham from Lego Western.
  • Cowboy Harry – A cowboy who is seen in his hot tub when Emmet and Wyldstyle first arrived in Flatbush Gulch.
  • Odd Ollie – A bandit. He is referred to as "Bandit" in the handheld version of The Lego Movie Videogame.
  • Prospector – An unnamed prospector. He asked Odd if he thinks zeppelins are bad investments.
  • Rootbeer Belle – Rootbeer Belle is a worker at Flatbush Gulch's saloon. During Wyldstyle's speech, she and Sudds Backwash find the inspiration to create a battle craft out of parts of the saloon in order to fight the Micro Managers.
  • Saloon Waitress – An unnamed waitress at Flatbush Gulch's saloon.
  • Sudds Backwash – Sudds Backwash is a bartender at Flatbush Gulch's saloon. During Wyldstyle's speech, he and Rootbeer Belle find the inspiration to create a battle craft out of parts of the saloon in order to fight the Micro Managers.
  • Tomahawk – An Indian warrior.
  • Wild Will – An outlaw. He is referred to as "Outlaw" in the handheld version of The Lego Movie Videogame.

Blake[edit]

Blake (voiced by Craig Berry) is an actor who stars in the Octan Corporation's TV series "Where Are My Pants?", which is the favorite show of Emmet and the citizens of Bricksburg. His character tends to misplace his pants, with them ending up in odd places, such as a plant pot. Which leads to him asking his wife the titular question.

Sharon Shoehorn[edit]

Sharon Shoehorn is an actress who portrays the wife of Blake's character in "Where Are My Pants?"

The Duplo Aliens [edit]

The Duplo Aliens (voiced by Graham Miller)[1] are a race of giant aliens made of Duplo blocks that come from the planet Duplon. As a result of "The Man Upstairs" allowing his younger daughter to play with him and Finn, the Duplo Aliens arrive with the lead Duplo Alien announcing their plans to destroy everyone before the film ends in a cliffhanger.

Risky Business[edit]

Risky Business (voiced by Patton Oswalt) is the main antagonist of The Lego Movie: 4D - A New Adventure. He is Lord Business' older brother and he makes a theme park called "Brick World".

His plan is to take The Lego Movie characters (except Batman and Vitruvius' ghost) to make his own show. Upon his defeat, Risky Business tries to get away only to run into the police where they arrest him for illegally making "Brick World".

Risky Business' Robots[edit]

Risky Business' Robots (voiced by David Burrows) are the robots created by Risky Business in The Lego Movie: 4D – A New Adventure. He entrusts them with giving out the hypnotic passes to Emmet, Wyldstyle, Benny, Unikitty and MetalBeard.

Man of the Audience[edit]

Man of the Audience (voiced by Rob Schrab) is a person watching The Lego Movie: 4D – A New Adventure. When Benny, Unikitty, and MetalBeard get hypnotized, he helps Emmet and Wyldstyle come up with a plan to save their friends.

Police Man[edit]

Police Man (voiced by Adam Pava) is an unnamed police officer in The Lego Movie: 4D – A New Adventure whom catches Risky Business and arrests him after he illegally makes "Brick World".

Finn's Sister[edit]

Finn's Sister is the younger sister of the human Finn.

Sweet Mayhem[edit]

Sweet Mayhem (voiced by Stephanie Beatriz) is the main antagonist of The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part. She comes from outer space and kidnaps Wyldstyle, Batman, Unikitty, Benny and MetalBeard forcing Emmet to rescue his friends. Sweet Mayhem's design is believed to be based on the design of the Lego Friends characters.

Queen Watevra Wa-Nabi[edit]

Queen Watevra Wa-Nabi (voiced by Tiffany Haddish) is a shape-shifting queen of a currently unnamed planet. Her name is a pun on the common pharse "whatever I wanna be".

Ice Cream Cone[edit]

The only thing known about Ice Cream Cone so far is that he'll be voiced by Arturo Castro.

Rex Dangervest[edit]

Rex Dangervest (voiced by Chris Pratt) is a space-traveling archaeologist, cowboy, raptor trainer and gambler. As his character implies, he is a spoof combination of Pratt's Star-Lord, Owen Grady and Joshua Faraday roles from the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Jurassic Park series and The Magnificent Seven respectively.

Appearing in The Lego Batman Movie[edit]

Robin[edit]

Richard "Dick" Grayson / Robin (voiced by Michael Cera in The Lego Batman Movie, Robbie Daymond in Lego Dimensions) is an optimistic and joyful kid who admires Batman. When he is accidentally adopted by Batman's alter ego Bruce Wayne and becomes his sidekick, he gets "double the happiness".

Batgirl[edit]

Barbara Gordon / Batgirl (voiced by Rosario Dawson in The Lego Batman Movie and Lego Dimensions) is the daughter of Commissioner Gordon. She had cleaned up Gotham City's sister city of Blüdhaven by being both accurate and compassionate. When she becomes police commissioner following her father's retirement, she wants to make changes in Gotham City and teamwork with Batman.

Alfred Pennyworth[edit]

Alfred Pennyworth (voiced by Ralph Fiennes in The Lego Batman Movie and Lego Dimensions) is Bruce Wayne / Batman's butler and wants to help him face his fear of a part of a family again.

Batcomputer[edit]

The Batcomputer (voiced by Siri/Susan Bennett) is Batman's supercomputer that resides in the Batcave.

James Gordon[edit]

James "Jim" Gordon (voiced by Héctor Elizondo) is the police commissioner of the Gotham City Police Department and the father of Barbara Gordon.

He and the police department arrive outside the location where Joker was going to set off his bomb. After Batman thwarts this plot, Commissioner James Gordon is shown hosting his retirement party with everyone in attendance as Commissioner Gordon passes his position over to Barbara. It is mentioned that James Gordon will be leaving to go on a jungle safari.

Chief O'Hara[edit]

Chief O'Hara (voiced by Lauren White) is the police chief of the Gotham City Police Department.

During Joker's bomb threat in Gotham City, Chief O'Hara is ordered by Commissioner Gordon to light the Bat-Signal and accompanies Commissioner Gordon to confront Joker and those involved. After Batman thwarts Joker's plot and Commissioner Gordon retires, Chief O'Hara follows the orders given to her by his daughter Barbara.

Mayor McCaskill[edit]

Mayor McCaskill (voiced by Mariah Carey) is the Mayor of Gotham City.

At the time of Joker's bomb threat, Mayor McCaskill is lowered to a pile that the cars of the villain surround. Joker was caught by surprise when he finds out that Mayor McCaskill is actually Batman in disguise. Mayor McCaskill is later seen at Commissioner Gordon's retirement party. When the villains with Joker attack, Barbara Gordon has Chief O'Hara get Mayor McCaskill to safety.

Phyllis[edit]

Phyllis (voiced by Ellie Kemper in The Lego Batman Movie; Grey Griffin in Lego Dimensions) is the gatekeeper of the Phantom Zone who resembles a classic Lego brick. When someone is sent into the Phantom Zone, she will review their actions.

Batman villains[edit]

There are different villains in Gotham City that Batman fights. Some of the villains are:

Joker[edit]

The Joker (voiced by Zach Galifianakis in The Lego Batman Movie, André Sogliuzzo in Lego Dimensions) is the "Clown Prince of Crime". He wants to make Batman admit that he is his greatest enemy.

Harley Quinn[edit]

Dr. Harleen Quinzel / Harley Quinn (voiced by Jenny Slate in The Lego Batman Movie, Margot Robbie in The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part, Tara Strong in Lego Dimensions) is Joker's girlfriend and she is madly in love with him. She helps him when he has a plan.

Bane[edit]

Bane (voiced by Doug Benson) is a supervillain that gets stronger with a drug called Venom.

Catwoman[edit]

Selina Kyle / Catwoman (voiced by Zoë Kravitz in The Lego Batman Movie, Grey Griffin in Lego Dimensions) is a cat-themed cat burglar.

Clayface[edit]

Basil Karlo / Clayface (voiced by Kate Micucci in a masculine voice) is a shapeshifting supervillain with a pliable clay-like body.

Killer Croc[edit]

Waylon Jones / Killer Croc (voiced by Matt Villa) is a crocodile-themed supervillain.

Man-Bat[edit]

Dr. Kirk Langstrom / Man-Bat is a humanoid bat supervillain.

Mr. Freeze[edit]

Dr. Victor Fries / Mr. Freeze (voiced by David Burrows) is a freeze gun-wielding supervillain that wears a refrigerated suit that enables him to survive in temperatures about −50 degrees. In this film, he rides around in a 15 ft. exo-suit that has its own freeze gun.

Orca[edit]

Dr. Grace Balin / Orca (voiced by Laura Kightlinger) is a killer whale-themed supervillain.

The Penguin[edit]

Oswald Cobblepot / The Penguin (voiced by John Venzon) is a tuxedo-wearing supervillain that uses trick umbrellas and robotic penguins.

NOTE: His sickly appearance, outfit (mainly the spotted tie and fluffy coat), and pointed teeth are based on Danny DeVito's portrayal in Batman Returns.

Poison Ivy[edit]

Dr. Pamela Isley / Poison Ivy (voiced by Riki Lindhome) is a plant-themed supervillain that can control plants.

The Riddler[edit]

Edward Nygma / The Riddler (voiced by Conan O'Brien in The Lego Batman Movie, Roger Craig Smith in Lego Dimensions) is a supervillain who is obsessed with riddles. He was one of the villains invading the Gotham Energy facility. While he was on the road, Riddler placed a giant question mark in front of an unsuspecting driver called Jeff. After Jeff stopped his car, Riddler tore his left arm off with his cane, leaving the car to be hit by a truck that Captain Boomerang and Two-Face had hijacked. He later invades Commissioner Gordon's retirement party with the other villains, but Joker has them all surrender to the police. Confused, Riddler asks "Riddle me this, what just happened?" He later breaks out of Arkham Asylum and teams up with Batman to save the city from the Phantom Zone inmates that Joker released and keep Gotham City from coming apart over the void.

Scarecrow[edit]

Dr. Jonathan Crane / Scarecrow (voiced by Jason Mantzoukas) is a scarecrow-themed supervillain who specializes in fear gas. At the start of the attack on the Gotham Energy facility where Joker was placing a bomb there, Scarecrow breathed fear gas onto a gate guard while posing as a pizza deliveryman. He is defeated by Batman and escape alongside the others. In the following day, Scarecrow invades the city's winter gala party with the rest of Gotham's villains. He and the rest of them are apprehended by the police when Joker persuaded them to surrender. Later, along with the other city's villains, Scarecrow is recruited by Batman and his allies to work together to send back the escaped villains into the Phantom Zone and save Gotham City. Once Gotham is saved, Batman allows Scarecrow and the rest of his rogues gallery to escape.

Two-Face[edit]

Harvey Dent / Two-Face (voiced by Billy Dee Williams in The Lego Batman Movie, Troy Baker in Lego Dimensions) is a disfigured supervillain with a split personality.

NOTE: This version of Two-Face is based on Billy Dee Williams' depiction of the character from Batman.

Additional Batman villains[edit]

The rest of the Batman villains listed here appear with minor roles.

  • Lenny Fiasco / The Eraser – A pencil-themed supervillain.
  • Hugo Strange – A mad scientist who obsesses over finding out who Batman's true identity is.
  • Harriet Pratt / March Harriet – A female supervillain who is patterned after the March Hare.
  • Camilla Ortin / Mime – A mime-themed supervillain.
  • Red Hood – A supervillain in a red-domed helmet.
  • Zebra-Man – A striped villain in a mohawk with power over diamagnetism.
  • Zodiac Master – A zodiac-themed villain.

Phantom Zone Inmates[edit]

In the Lego universe, the Phantom Zone is used to imprison the most dangerous villains of the Lego universe with some of the DC Comics ones being the major ones. The Phantom Zone inmates that Joker allies with have been sorted in the cast list as "The Ubers." Besides a Swamp Creature and Medusa, among the known inmates are:

Agent Smith[edit]

Agent Smith (voiced by Christopher Corey Smith in Lego Dimensions) is a villain from The Matrix franchise.

Daleks[edit]

The Daleks are a race of robotic aliens from Doctor Who.

Evil Mummy[edit]

The Evil Mummy is a mummy from Lego Monster Fighters.

Gremlins[edit]

The Gremlins are a race of small creatures from Gremlins.

Jaws[edit]

Jaws is the man-eating great white shark from Jaws.

King Kong[edit]

King Kong (voiced by Seth Green) is a giant gorilla that comes from Skull Island that has a habit of climbing tall buildings. During Joker's campaign to take over Gotham City, King Kong destroys one of the skyscrapers that Batman and the others hide in. King Kong is later defeated and sent back to the Phantom Zone.

The Kraken[edit]

The Kraken (vocal effects provided by Frank Welker in Lego Dimensions) is a giant sea monster from the Clash of the Titans franchise. During the attack on Gotham City, the Kraken tries to shoot down the Batwing and accidentally hits the Eye of Sauron. The Kraken is equally shocked at what happened to Sauron like the other Phantom Zone villains and slips away stating "nothing to see here". The Kraken was later defeated by Mr. Freeze and Clayface and later sent back to the Phantom Zone.

Lord Vampyre[edit]

Lord Vampyre is a vampire from Lego Monster Fighters.

Lord Voldemort[edit]

Lord Voldemort (voiced by Eddie Izzard in The Lego Batman Movie, Liam O'Brien in Lego Dimensions) is an evil wizard who is the leader of the Death Eaters. He is among the Phantom Zone inhabitants that assists Joker in his attack on Gotham City. During the fight against Batman, Robin, Batgirl, Alfred Pennyworth, and Gotham City's native villains, Voldemort is defeated by Batgirl and Catwoman where he is the first villain sent back to the Phantom Zone.

Sauron[edit]

Sauron (voiced by Jemaine Clement) is a Dark Lord that comes from Middle-earth. In this film, he is depicted in his Eye of Sauron appearance. Sauron causes mayhem in the city by spreading lava and supports the takeover by being able to find anyone anywhere. He is accidentally destroyed by fire blast from the Kraken. The other villains are horrified by this and the Joker cries out Sauron's name in anguish as he mourns his dead friend. The Kraken who is equally shocked by what he did to the Eye of Sauron and quietly slips away stating "nothing to see here."

Wicked Witch of the West[edit]

The Wicked Witch of the West (voiced by Riki Lindhome) is an evil witch from the Land of Oz.

Flying Monkeys[edit]

The Flying Monkeys are bird-winged monkeys from the Land of Oz that serve the Wicked Witch of the West.

General Zod[edit]

General Zod is a Kryptonian from Krypton and an enemy of Superman.

NOTE: His Appearance is based on Terence Stamp's Portrayal of the character in Superman and Superman II.

Skeleton Warriors[edit]

The Skeleton Warriors are Skeletons from Jason and the Argonauts. Numerous Skeletons attacked the Batwing.

Appearing in The Lego Ninjago Movie[edit]

Lloyd Garmadon[edit]

Lloyd (voiced by Dave Franco) is the Green Ninja and the de facto leader of the team. He is son of Lord Garmadon and Misako and nephew of Master Wu. He yearns for having a normal life. But due to his father's infamy, he is an outcast. His vehicle is a robotic green stereotypical Asian dragon known as the Green Ninja Mech Dragon.

In The Lego Movie, Lloyd Garmadon appeared in his TV show form as a Master Builder that was referred to as "Green Ninja" by Vitruvius.

Kai[edit]

Kai (voiced by Michael Peña) is the outgoing and enthusiastic Red Ninja of Fire. He is fiercely loyal to his fellow ninjas, particularly Lloyd and Nya. His vehicle is a humanoid mech with flamethrower arms known as the Fire Mech. He is brother to Nya.

Jay[edit]

Jay (voiced by Kumail Nanjiani) is the nervous Blue Ninja of Lightning. He comes from a close family and tries to make Lloyd feel better as a result. Jay harbors a crush for Nya, but he is interrupted every time he gets the courage to tell her his feelings for her. His vehicle is an aerial vehicle known as the Lightning Jet.

Zane[edit]

Zane (voiced by Zach Woods) is an intelligent, logical and methodical robot who is the White Ninja of Ice. His vehicle is a tank armed with a freeze ray known as the Ice Tank.

Cole[edit]

Cole (voiced by Fred Armisen) is the music-loving Black Ninja of Earth. His vehicle is a mech supported by one wheel and armed with powerful weaponized speakers known as the Quake Mech.

Master Wu[edit]

Master Wu (voiced by Jackie Chan in The Master and The Lego Ninjago Movie) is the wise-cracking master and mentor of the five Ninjas. He hopes for them to rely less on their mechs and more on themselves and each other.

In The Master, short film, Master Wu tries using super sweet brick on wall, but he keeps being interrupted by a chicken.

Nya[edit]

Nya (voiced by Abbi Jacobson) is the strong-willed, confident and motivated Ninja of Water and sister of Kai. Her mech is a robotic spider-like mech known as the Water Strider.

Lord Garmadon[edit]

Lord Garmadon (voiced by Justin Theroux) is an evil warlord who is the father of Lloyd Garmadon and the brother of Master Wu. He leads an army of aquatic-themed villains known as the Shark army. He is impatient, impulsive and self-absorbed.

Shark Army[edit]

The Shark Army is an army of sea creature-themed soldiers that work for Lord Garmadon. Most of its members wear masks that are similar to sea creatures. Any general that disappoints Lord Garmadon or angers him gets fired and is ejected from his volcano lair by being shot out of the volcano and the next general will become the General #1. Among its members are:

  • General Olivia (voiced by Ali Wong) – The fish-themed general of Garmadon's Shark Army. She was the successor of the original General #1. Due to the lack of progress of the Shark Army finding the Ninjas and Sensei Wu, Lord Garmadon fired her. General Olivia led the other fired generals in a plan to get revenge on Lord Garmadon
  • General Omar (voiced by Todd Hansen) – The shark-themed general of Garmadon's Shark Army. He was among the generals who were fired by Lord Garmadon.
  • General Jollty (voiced by Doug Nicholas) – The jellyfish-themed general of Garmadon's Shark Army. He is a version of Shark Army Jelly that wears a general outfit.
  • General Bob - A shark-themed general of Garmadon's Shark Army who was among the generals that were fired by Lord Garmadon. After Lord Garmadon and Lloyd were captured by the fired generals, Lord Garmadon tried to order them to release them as Bob quotes "I can't hear you." Another fired general states that Bob can't hear because the result of him being shot out of Lord Garmadon's volcano disabled his eardrums.
  • Private Puffer - A pufferfish-themed private of Garmadon's Shark Army in an orange pufferfish helmet.
  • Crusher - A lobster-themed member of Garmadon's Shark Army.
  • Crusty - A lobster-themed member of Garmadon's Shark Army.
  • Great White - A great white shark-themed member of Garmadon's Shark Army.
  • Hammer Head - A hammerhead shark-themed member of Garmadon's Shark Army. His Minifigure head is reused version of Karlof's head.
  • Puffer - A pufferfish-themed member of Garmadon's Shark Army in a gray jumpsuit/armor.
  • Angler General - An anglerfish-themed general of Garmadon's Shark Army.
  • Puffer General - A pufferfish-themed general of Garmadon's Shark Army.
  • Narwhal Soldier - A narwhal-themed soldier of Garmadon's Shark Army.
  • Shark Army Angler - The anglerfish-themed foot soldiers of Garmadon's Shark Army.
  • Shark Army Gunner - The foot soldiers of Garmadon's Shark Army.
    • Charlie - A Shark Army Gunner. He was named in the "70612 Green Ninja Mech Dragon" set.
  • Shark Army Jelly - The jellyfish-themed foot soldiers of Garmadon's Shark Army.
  • Shark Army Octopus - The octopus-themed foot soldiers of Garmadon's Shark Army.
    • Four Eyes - A Shark Army Octopus.
  • Shark Army Thug - The foot soldiers of Garmadon's Shark Army.
    • Frank - A Shark Army Thug in an eyepatch. He was named in the "70656 Garmadon, Garmadon, GARMADON!" set.
    • Mike the Spike - A Shark Army Thug.

Misako "Koko" / The Lady Iron Dragon[edit]

Misako (voiced by Olivia Munn) is Lloyd's compassionate mother and Garmadon's ex-wife. She fell in love with Garmadon on a battlefield due to them both being somewhat warlords, and they eventually married. Though she eventually realized the she did not want her son to have a warlord's life. As a result, Misako left him and took Lloyd with in hopes of giving him a normal life. She is nicknamed Koko by Garmadon.

Fuschia Ninja[edit]

Fuschia Ninja (portrayed by David Burrows) is a ninja who has the "element of surprise." When Lloyd asks why he can't be the one with the "element of surprise," Master Wu states that the Fuschia Ninja has it as the Fuschia Ninja suddenly appears and surprises them.

Chen the Cheerleader[edit]

Chen (voiced by Randall Park) is a male cheerleader at Ninjago High School. When he and some cheerleader say "Boo Lloyd" because of his father's actions, Lloyd sarcastically replied that they have a #1 hit on their hands, but they take it seriously and soon sang it on the radio which later produced a remix. During the confrontation with Meowthra, Chen was among the Ninjago City civilians who saw Lloyd Garmadon unmask himself and were surprised at it.

Maggie the Cheerleader[edit]

Maggie (voiced by Retta) is a female cheerleader at Ninjago High School who is friends with Chen.

Mrs. Laudita[edit]

Mrs. Laudita (voiced by Laura Kightlinger) is a teacher at Ninjago High School. When Lord Garmadon attacks, the Ninjas had to be asked to have a bathroom pass so that they can secretly leave to fight Garmadon. She corrects the term "Can I have a bathroom pass?" with "May I" before telling them to go.

Michael Strahan[edit]

A Lego caricature of Michael Strahan (voiced by Himself) is a known media personality and former member of the New York Giants. He and Robin Roberts do reports on the heroic activities of the ninjas and Lord Garmadon's attacks on "Good Morning Ninjago."

In the UK version, he is replaced by a Lego caricature of Ben Shephard (voiced by Himself).

Robin Roberts[edit]

A Lego caricature of Robin Roberts (voiced by Herself) is a known newscaster. She and Michael Strahan do reports on the heroic activities of the ninjas and Lord Garmadon's attacks on "Good Morning Ninjago."

In the UK version, she is replaced by a Lego caricature of Kate Garraway (voiced by Herself).

Mr. Liu[edit]

Mr. Liu (portrayed by Jackie Chan) is a shopkeeper that appears in the film's live-action sequence. He tells a young boy about Ninjago. After the story has ended, Mr. Liu plans to train the boy in the art of the ninja.

Meowthra[edit]

Meowthra (portrayed by Pearl and Ruby) is a live-action cat. It was attracted to Ninjago when Lloyd Garmadon used forbidden Ultimate Weapon (which is a laser pointer) where it starts causing havoc by destroying Ninjago to get to the laser. Garmadon later tries to control Meowthra with the Ultimate Ultimate Weapon (which consists of some trinkets), but Meowthra eats Garmadon instead. Lloyd later confronts Meowthra and tells Garmadon he forgives him and that he's sorry. Garmadon cries tears of fire, which causes Meowthra to spit him out. In the aftermath of the battle, Meowthra becomes the mascot of Ninjago.

Appearing in Unikitty![edit]

Puppycorn[edit]

Puppycorn (voiced by Grey Griffin) is a unicorn-horned dog who is Unikitty's younger brother. If anyone hurts him or upsets him, Unikitty gets very unhappy.

Hawkodile[edit]

Hawkodile (voiced by Roger Craig Smith) is a hawk/crocodile who is Unikitty's trusty bodyguard. He appears to have a crush on Dr. Fox. Hawkodile also has a rival called Eagleator, his former best friend, who wants to beat him and take his shades after they were awarded to Hawkodile by their martial arts mentor instead of him.

Dr. Fox[edit]

Dr. Fox (voiced by Kate Micucci) is the residential scientist of the castle.

Richard "Rick"[edit]

Richard (voiced by Roger Craig Smith) is a 1x3 grey Lego Brick, who's Unikitty's royal adviser and the castle caretaker that speaks with a dull monotone voice.

Master Frown[edit]

Master Frown (voiced by Eric Bauza) is the villain of the series and the nemesis of Unikitty who comes from Frown Town which is on the other side of the Unikingdom. He is one of the Doom Lords, a group of villains that spread pain and misery throughout the world.

Brock[edit]

Brock (voiced by H. Michael Croner) is a close friend, roommate, and the assistant to Master Frown.

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