What Happened To Blue Between Jurassic World & Fallen Kingdom Revealed


Blue returns in Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous. Season 3 fills in what happened to Owen Grady’s pet Velociraptor before the events of Fallen Kingdom.

Warning: SPOILERS for Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous season 3.

Blue the Velociraptor plays a major role in Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous season 3, which fills in the blanks between the carnivorous dinosaur’s appearances in Jurassic World and Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom. Camp Cretaceous season 3 continues the efforts of the six teenage campers to escape Isla Nublar, which has been overrun by escaped dinosaurs. The kids run into Blue several times throughout Camp Cretaceous and their dispositions toward each other evolve after each encounter.

Blue was introduced in Jurassic World alongside her sisters Echo, Delta, and Charlie. The Velociraptor pack was trained by Owen Grady (Chris Pratt) and, despite the dangers the super-predators posed, Blue and her sisters formed a bond with Owen, who mobilized them against the Indominus Rex when it broke out of its paddock and rampaged in Jurassic World. Only Blue survived her encounter with Indominus Rex and she was left behind on Isla Nublar when the humans evacuated. In Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom set two years later, Grady and Claire Dearing (Bryce Dallas Howard) returned to rescue Blue and the other dinosaurs from a volcanic eruption destroying Isla Nublar. But Blue was also needed by Dr. Henry Wu (B.D. Wong) for her DNA because the geneticist wanted to breed Indoraptors that had Blue’s characteristics. Like the rest of the captured dinosaurs, Blue was set loose by Maisie Lockwood (Isabella Sermon) and was last seen roaming suburban California.

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Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous season 1 took place concurrently and immediately after the events of Jurassic World and Blue made an early appearance in the animated series’ second episode. Blue and her sisters terrified Darius (Paul-Mikel Williams) and Kenji (Ryan Potter) when they mistakenly entered the Velociraptor pen. After the park fell and the humans evacuated, Blue was seen roaming the newly abandoned Isla Nublar. In Camp Cretaceous season 2, which was set in the days immediately after Jurassic World was abandoned, Blue was sighted twice more as she roamed the hidden tunnels beneath the island and later returned to the Velociraptor paddock. In Camp Cretaceous season 2’s finale, Blue was targeted by big game hunters Tiff (Stephanie Beatriz) and Mitch (Bradley Whitford) as she drank in the island’s watering hole, but the Velociraptor’s life was saved by the campers.

Blue makes a significant and memorable series of appearances in Camp Cretaceous season 3. In episode 4, “Clever Girl”, Blue has made her home in the dilapidated remains of the original Jurassic Park’s visitor’s center, where she stalks Darius, Kenji, and Yasmina (Kausar Mohammed). After they escape the visitor’s center and Blue gives chase, a turn of events causes a jeep crash and Blue is pinned beneath the vehicle. Darius takes pity on Blue as a pack of Procompsognathus threatens to kill her, so he frees the Velociraptor. Blue returns the goodwill by not killing the teenagers and allowing them to escape.

In Camp Cretaceous’ season 3 finale, Blue reappears when the kids are chased into the visitor’s center by the new hybrid dinosaurs invented by Dr. Wu, the Scorpios Rex. This time, Blue comes to the campers’ defense and fights the Scorpios Rex before the building collapses and kills the twin hybrid monsters. Blue is left behind on Isla Nublar when the teenagers finally leave the island by boat, but the climactic events of Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous line up with the prologue of Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom when mercenaries came to Isla Nublar for the Indominus Rex’s DNA in the Mosasaurus’ lagoon. Blue remains on Isla Nublar until Owen Grady comes for her in Fallen Kingdom and the cobalt Velociraptor will appear next in Jurassic World: Dominion.

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