|“Up here we know... let's just say, we know what's going to come next.”|
|— Fenwick to the Ninja, Kingdom Come|
|Weapon of choice||N/A|
|First Appearance||Kingdom Come|
|Voiced by||Paul Dobson|
Fenwick is the master writer of Cloud Kingdom.
In charge of writing several destinies for Ninjago, Fenwick came into contact with Morro and the Preeminent, who threatened to curse the Sixteen Realms but needed to arrange for Morro's escape into Ninjago. Fearing for his life, Fenwick bartered with the two, eventually coming upon an agreement- in exchange for ensuring Morro's escape from the Cursed Realm by prophecy, his life would be spared.
When the Ninja arrived at Cloud Kingdom seeking the Sword of Sanctuary, Fenwick greeted them, pretending not to be the head writer. He showed them through the main hall, explaining how they wrote destinies for the people of Ninjago. He then took them on a boat ride where he explained of the realms and The Preeminent before locking them in the lair of Nimbus. Fenwick then returned to the main hall and welcomed Morro to the Cloud Kingdom. He was quickly approached by Nobu about the Ninja, though reassured the writer that his destiny was now secure, Fenwick was later chased away by Nimbus after Nobu change his destiny. It is unknown what happens to him after, whether if he was either eaten by Nimbus, locked away, escaped or got banished from the Cloud Kingdom is currently unclear.
While Fenwick presents himself as calm, contained, and even a bit wise, he has proven to be manipulative and values his own life over everyone else's.
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As a writer of destiny he was capable of changing the variables in other peoples lives that are out of their control. Whether he is still capable of doing so after betraying the ninja and all of the realms parallel to Ninjago is questionable.
- It's implied on Ninjago.com that the reason Morro was able to defy his destiny to remain cursed was due to Fenwick's intervention, by rewriting his destiny.
LEGO Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitzu
Season 5: Possession
- 50. "Kingdom Come"