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Sky Factory

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Sky Factory with its Sky Vacuum

The Sky Factory (referred to as the Flying Factory in the television series) is a steampunk vehicle that travels in the air. Since it's debut, it has served as Romeo's primary base of operations, replacing the mobile laboratory.

The Sky Factory has a control room to control the factory, contains various machines such as its metal-sucking nozzle vacuum (referred as the Sucky Sucker), a mounted ray and expels gum clouds to pollute the environment. The Fly Bots take care of the factory for Romeo, while Robette serves as the co-pilot of the factory.

It first appeared in the Season 3 episode "Villain of the Sky", where it turned out to be the source of the expelled black and stinky gunk clouds in the air while it was being finished.

In "Protector of the Sky," Romeo used the factory to spread gunk clouds around the city and suck up everything using its metal-sucking nozzle machine. However, after a minor fight, the PJ Masks managed to stop Romeo by overriding the controls, causing the nozzle to suck up the gunk clouds and mess with the controls. Romeo and Robot tried to go after the team, but they ended up falling off the factory and into one of the gunk clouds, so they could not cause any trouble again that time.

In "The PJ Masks Save Christmas," after discovering he was on the naughty list, Romeo decided to ruin Christmas by capturing Santa Claus in his Sky Factory.

In "Romeo's Melody," Romeo captured a few animals, including Howler, Rip, and Armadylan, hypnotized them with a newly created melody, and had them exercise to create energy for the factory.

In "PJ Robot Takes Control," PJ Robot took control of the Fly Bots and turned the factory into the "Fun Factory."

In "PJ Sky Pirates," Romeo's Lab was being kept in the factory. It has yet to be determined if he will use the vehicle again in the future, although he likely will. This is proven to be true, as the lab was seen "Big Sister Motsuki."

In "The Disappearing Ninjas," Romeo sent his factory to Mystery Mountain.

In "Master of the Moat," Romeo used the Sky Crystal to make his own world in the clouds.

In "PJ Robot Vs Romeo," the Sky Factory was losing pieces and Romeo and PJ Robot, despite not wanting to do it at first causing Robot to initiate psychiatrist mode, decided to work together while the PJs collect stray pieces.

In "Heroes of the Sky," the Sky Factory was used in an available plot to create multiple Sky Factories. Romeo used the power of several moon crystals and the PJ Crystal to build a ray that would, when at the edge of space, make more Sky Factories. However, after the PJ Masks and Luna Girl got back their crystals, the Sky Factories shrunk and fell.

In "Asteroid Accident," Romeo went after the PJ Masks in the Sky Factory in order to get the asteroid back, zapping them in the process. He also zapped the asteroid while the PJ Masks and Newton Star were on it. After Newton was able to surf the rock towards the factory and hit its ray, the invention zapped the factory, sending it spiraling back to Earth.

In "Romeo's Space Machine," Romeo used his Space Machine to suck up all the things from the city.

In "Flying Factory Out of Control," the PJ Masks celebrated Romeo's birthday in the factory.

In "Mission Munki-gu," his factory was taken over by Munki-gu, which later went into space.

In "Robo-Wolf," Kevin was launched into the factory in order to get extra parts for the Wolfy Kids' homemade robot. He stole the new Robot Controller that Romeo invented for Robot and left with Robot in pursuit, but when the PJ Masks arrived to confront Romeo, he accused them of stealing the remote and used his new Truth Ray to make them confess, but to no avail. PJ Robot helped them escape afterwards.

In "Lost in Space," the factory was sent into space after Owlette accidentally launched a set of feathers at it from the PJ Air Jet. While Romeo made the repairs to return to Earth, he upgraded the computer to come up with a new plan. However, the computer, then named Mabel, took the place over afterwards, along with the Fly Bots, Robette, and the satellites. She was later defeated when the PJ Masks, Romeo, and Robot decided to work together.

In "By My Pharaoh Feathers," Pharaoh Boy took over the factory while Owlette attempted to get revenge on Romeo using her Super Owl Feathers, which he deemed as useless. Initially opposed to the idea, after learning that her feathers had caused the current situation, she finally agreed to help him.

In "PJ Robot Malfunction," Romeo used a robot bug to reprogram PJ Robot so that he'll turn against the PJ Masks.

In "Battle Of The Fangs," after hearing the Wolfy Kids' new band, Romeo offered to be their manager while at the same time planned to use their sound in order to power up the Sucky Sucker and blow the town away. However, after revealing how he truly felt about their music and Kevin sent the factory away with his solo act, Howler and Rip fired him, and Robot, Robette, and the Fly Bots created a new band for him, much to his dismay.

In "Owly Tricks," Romeo uses a Hologram Machine to make a projection of Owly, while spying on the PJM's from inside the flying factory.

In "Pirate Robot," Romeo uses a machine inside the factory, intentionally making a chef, but accidently creating Pirate Robot, due to the fact that Night Ninja had dropped his Pirate Hat into the machine.

In "Owlette, the Pirate Queen," TBA

In "Midnight Snack Attack," TBA

In "Flashcar in the Sky," TBA


  • The factory is the home of Romeo, Robot, Robette, Toolbox, Spy-Bot and the Fly Bots.
  • The Sky Factory is known as the Mecanolab (lit: Mechanic Lab), the L'usine dans le ciel (lit: The Factory in the Sky) and Astro-labo (lit: Astronomic Lab) in French.
  • The clouds Romeo has created are similar to Luna Girl's Clouds in "Catboy's Cloudy Crisis."
  • Although it debuted in Season 3, the Sky Factory was first leaked in the storyboard of the Season 4 episode "Romeo's Space Machine."
  • The episodes "Glowy Moths" and "Take Romeo Off The Road" might have foreshadowed the creation of the Sky Factory because Romeo mentioned being "Villain of the Sky" several times and expressed his desire to rule the skies at the ends of the episodes.
  • The Sky Factory features a Multiplying Machine.


PJ Masks Objects
Transformation Devices & Powers
| Animal Totems | Animal Amulets |
| PJ Crystal Totem (PJ Power Crystals) | Moon Crystals | Luna Crystals | Teleporting Crystal | Sky Crystal |
| PJ Picture Player | Amaya's laptop | Cellphones | Tablets | Super Costumes (PJ Spacesuits | Riding Armor) | PJ Wings | PJ Communicators | PJ Sensors |
| Super Vehicles (Cat-Car, Gekko-mobile, Owl-Glider, PJ Rovers, PJ Seeker, PJ Jet, and PJ Sub) | Egyptian Chariot | Romeo's Lab (Laboggan) | Tracker Whacker | Luna Board | Ninja Bus | Motorboats | Airshow Planes | Robot Floats (Candy Train, Laughing Lizard, Pirate Ship, Rainbow Float, Card Float, Cat Float) | Hot Air Balloon | Wolf Wheelz | Sky Factory | Spanner of the Skies | Gigantogarage | Flashcar |
Romeo's inventions
| Animal-Metamorpho Ray | Anti-Gravity Boots | Anti-Gravity Machine | All-In-One Power Belt | Book Changer Machine | Baby Beam | Ball Cage | Big Box of Bad | Biggie Chews | Bounce-a-lot Machine | Battery Remote | Clumsy Ray | Cuddly Transforming Machine | Countdown Timer | Controlling Device | Disguise Machine | Electromagnet | Fly Bots | Forcefield Thrower | Giant Pinball | Giggle Ray | Go-Slow Ray | Hologram Machine | Ice Machine | Invisibility Ray | Laboggan | Mabel | Mind Controlling Masks | Multiplying Machine | Non-stop Dance Invention | Opposite Ray | Pinball Machine | Pink Maker | Pogo Dozer | Power Copier | PJ Robot | Pirate Robot | Radical Romeo Remote | Rainbow-matic | Rewind-O-Ray | Ride Wrecker | Robette | Robo-Cat | Robo-Floats | Robo-Gekko | Robo-Owl | Robo-pterodactyl | Robot | Romeo Dolls | Romeo's Laboratory | Rottenator | Robot Controller | Rocket Booster | Shrinker | Shrinky Snacks | Sky Slam Squeegee | Sky Factory | Sniff-O-Whiff | Space Laser | Spy-Bot | Squash-a-tron | Strength Booster | Super-Duper Smelly Spray | Spring Trap | Small-Sizer | Super Computer | Teleporter | Tracker Whacker | Tracker Device | Truth Ray | Voice Box | Vacuum of Doom | Whizzbot 3000 |
Luna Girl's weaponry & gadgets
| Clouds | Luna Board | Luna Crystals | Luna Magnet | Lunar Dome | Lunar Fortress | Luna Wand | Moon-Ball | Moon Crystal | Moon Dust | Moonfizzle Balls | Moonflowers | Moon Whistle |
Night Ninja's weaponry and gadgets
| Gems of Ninja Dreams | Motorboats | Ninja Bus | Ninja Travel Scroll | Sleepy Splat | Smoke Bombs | Sticky Splat | Wand of Storms |
An Yu's Weaponry and Relics
| Cave Stones | Dancing Flute | Dragon Gong | Magic Flute | Munki-gu Statue | Red and Green Stone | Sorcerer's Wand | The Golden Wand | Thinking Stone | Wiggly Wordy Wand |
Pharaoh Boy's Weaponry and Relics
| Boomerangs | Saxophone | Staff of Ra | Treasure Tomb |
| Ancient Temple | Master Fang's Dojo | Milk Shake Shop | Museum | PJ Masks Headquarters | School | The Pagoda | Toy Shop | Zoo |
| Amaya's House | Connor's House | Greg's House |
| Luna Lair | Moat (Underwater Cave, Crystal Garden) | Moon (Lunar Fortress) | Mystery Mountain (The Pagoda) | Playground | Tarabiscoville (Romeopolis) | The Park (Master Fang's Dojo) | The World Beyond | Zoomzania |