|“I say we punch our way out. Make a break for it.”|
|— Tox suggesting how to break out of the Noodle Factory|
|Weapon of choice||N/A|
|First Appearance||The Invitation|
|Voiced by||Ian James Corlett|
Tox is the current Elemental Master of Poison and a competitor in Master Chen's Tournament of Elements, alongside the other Elemental Masters of her generation. In the second round of the event, Tox fought against Shade, who used his element to defeat her. Afterwards, she was ridden of her powers and forced to work in Chen's Noodle Factory. Eventually, Tox would ally with the other Elemental Masters to reclaim their elements.
Tox and the Elemental Masters united against Chen, who completed a spell that transformed him and his followers into fake Anacondrai. Consequently, an ancient conflict was renewed, as the new alliance of Elemental Masters fought Chen's army at the Corridor of Elders before Garmadon sacrificed himself in a bid to banish their adversaries to the Cursed Realm.
Months after the war's end, Clouse released Nadakhan from the Teapot of Tyrahn. Infuriated over the destruction of his home realm, Nadakhan sought revenge on the Ninja, and began trapping the Elemental Masters in the Sword of Souls to eliminate any opposition. At one point, Tox was imprisoned in the weapon offscreen, but after Jay made his final wish, recent events were erased and she was freed.
Tox is the daughter of the previous Elemental Master of Poison.
Tox was one of those invited to participate in the Tournament of Elements. She accepted and met the other Elemental Masters on the New Ninjago City pier at midnight where they were picked up by Clouse to be taken to Chen's Island.
Once on the Island, Tox was present at Chen's opening ceremony and was then escorted to her suite by the Kabuki. Once the first challenge began, she fought the other Masters for a Jadeblade. She was able to find one, thus securing her place in the next round of the Tournament.
The next morning, Tox ate breakfast in the Chow House with Ash and Neuro, then later observed the three battles that took place throughout the day. She was present near the bracket board when Jay and Cole discovered they had to fight each other, and she witnessed that fight as well.
The next day, Tox observed Skylor defeat Jacob, though soon became outraged at the Ninja when she learned that because of Jay and Cole's ignorance, all of the Masters would be forced to sleep in the Chow House instead of their fancy rooms.
In the middle of the night, Tox and the other Masters were woken by Clouse and given skates. They were taken to the royal arena for the thunderblade event, and Chen explained that the other Masters could help or hurt either of the two fighters - Lloyd and Chamille. Still angered about loosing her room and treasure, Tox quickly sided with Chamille and the other Masters. At one point during the event, Tox created a poison cloud on the track to stop Lloyd, though the Green Ninja was able to skate around it and Kai ended up being its victim. Jay would later get back at the Master of Poison by pushing her off the track.
Later in the match, several of the Masters joined Lloyd's side after they learn Chen's spell, but Tox was shoved out of the way by Neuro while the Ninja explained, and thus continued to try and stop Lloyd. Her attempts were thwarted by Turner, and when Chamille was eliminated for losing, Tox did not join in the other Masters' celebration.
After Dareth was sent to the Noodle Factory, thus ruining their plan to escape via the sewer network, Tox suggested that they fight their way out but her idea was quickly overruled.
After Zugu discovered the Roto Jet, Tox and the other Elemental Masters rushed over to help push it out of the Factory as it was yet unable to fly. They steered the flightless aircraft to the prison cell where they freed Nya and Garmadon before continuing on to the Anacondrai Temple. There, they confronted Chen's army and their powers were soon restored as Kai destroyed the Staff of Elements.
Later after the Masters secured the Island, Tox laughed with the Ninja as Zane activated his humor switch showing all past rivalries gone.
When the Cultists were transformed into Anacondrai, Tox used her poison cloud in an attempt to stop them, but eventually was forced to retreat into the palace. She managed to unlocked her Elemental Dragon soon after to fly back to New Ninjago City.
Tox used her Elemental Poison Dragon to fly back to Ninjago where she watched over the city with the other Masters. When twenty noodle trucks began heading in various directions to presumably attack the villages, Tox pursued one of them only to find it empty.
After receiving a message from Neuro, Tox met up with the other Masters in the Samurai X Cave. There, they decided to make their stand against Chen's army in the Corridor of Elders. During the ensuring battle, Tox fought bravely against the imposter Anacondrai, and celebrated with the other Masters when victory was achieved before returning to her home.
Later, when Nadakhan was freed from the Teapot of Tyrahn and given the Djinn Blade, he sought to recreate Djinjago. Requiring powerful souls to fuel his Sword of Souls and likewise needing to eliminate opposition, Nadakhan confronted Tox alone and succeeded in imprisoning her within the Djinn Blade, where she was trapped.
With Jay's final wish reversing the events of Skybound, Tox was freed from the Sword of Souls with no memory of her imprisonment.
If there is anyone who wants to poison the competition, it is Tox. This female fighter has the type of venom that can leave a lasting impression. Be careful not to get touched by this one, because she will make you feel really bad.
- Her appearance is based off the character Toxikita from LEGO's Ultra Agents theme, where she is an antagonist along with Invizable.
- After being stripped of her powers, her poisonous attitude faded a bit.
- Her name is a pun on the word "toxic."
- Her hair piece is the same as P.I.X.A.L.'s, but green.
- Tox has the least amount of screen time amongst the Elemental Masters.
- Tox and Ash are the only Elemental Masters of their generation not to speak on-screen.