|“The shop is called 'Four Weapons,' not 'For Browsing.' Either buy something or go peddle your insults somewhere else.”|
|— Kai to Master Wu|
|Four Weapons Blacksmith|
This is about the blacksmith shop itself. For the set, see 2508 Blacksmith Shop.
Long before Kai and Nya were born, Master Wu, for fear of his own demise, drew a map of where the Four Weapons are and gave it to an honest man, Kai and Nya's father, Ray. When he and his wife mysteriously vanished, his children took over running the shop.
Kai and Nya were working in Four Weapons on the day Wu returned to the village. Kai had failed to create a sword due to his impatience as the old man entered and became annoyed when Wu started to complain about the lack of tools for a Ninja.
It was decided at some point that Nya would move in with the Ninja at the Monastery of Spinjitzu, so Jay took her back to Four Weapons on Wisp to pick up a few of her things which turned out to be weapons. She told Jay to wait outside while she did so, only to be cornered by Wyplash, Krazi, Chopov and Bonezai. She promptly took care of them and left with Jay.
Kai and Nya returned to Four Weapons for the Day of the Departed, lighting a lantern in honor of their parents. While there, the two were ambushed by Master Chen who launched a missile into the shop setting it ablaze, but after a brief skirmish, they managed to defeat him.
Kai went to visit the Blacksmith shop to look for clues about his parents' disappearance. Angered that they might be a traitor, he hit a gong, activating a hidden trapdoor to a room filled with weapons his father made.
The shop is a small two story building with elegant slopped roofs and a sign out front. The first floor contains the actual blacksmith, racks of samurai helmets and swords, as well as a small phone hanging on the wall. A bed is nestled in the other corner near a large window, and a set of stairs leads to the second floor.
The Shop's Wares
Some of the items sold at Four Weapons Blacksmith:
- Samurai Armor
- The name of the blacksmith shop indicates that it may have been named after Master Wu gave the map to Ray, as it may be named after the four Golden Weapons.
- The Chinese symbols (忍者) on the sign translates to "ninja."