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Don't know how many of you would agree with this idea I just had, but I thought of ranking every episode using both the ratings and temple teams' performance scores.

Here's how it works:

A = Episode rating: (#/100) * 10
B = Temple team's performance score: (#/150) * 10
C = ((A + B)/2) * 10

001. Lawrence of Arabia's Headdress: 91
002. The Heart-Shaped Pillow of Annie Taylor: 86.7
003. The Snakeskin Boots of Billy the Kid: 86.3
004. The Applewood Amulet of Emiliano Zapata: 86
005. The Levitating Dog Leash of Nostradamus: 84.3
006. The Mussel Shell Armor of Apanuugpak: 84.3
007. John Sutter and the Map to the Lost Gold Mine: 84
008. The Lost Hornpipe of the Pirate Captain: 84
009. Galileo's Cannonball: 81.7
010. The Much-Heralded Helmet of Sir Gawain: 81.7
011. The Milk Bucket of Freydís: 81.7
012. The Enormous Iron Nose Ring of Babe the Ox: 81
013. The Lion-Headed Bracelet of Chandragupta: 80.3
014. The Secret Map of the Bandit Queen: 80
015. The Jewel-Encrusted Egg of Catherine the Great: 79.3
016. The Jeweled Scabbard of Sforza: 79
017. The Collar of Davy Crockett: 78.7
018. The Lucky Medallion of Atocha: 78.7
019. The Metal Beard of the Egyptian Queen: 78.7
020. The Ruby Earring of Benzibab: 77.2
021. The Belly Button of Buddha: 77
022. The Ivory Hunting Horn of Roland: 75.9
023. The Helmet of Genghis Khan: 75.8
024. The Star of Sultan Saladin: 75.8
025. Robin Hood and Maid Marian's Silk Ladder: 75
026. The Diary of Doctor Livingstone: 75
027. The Trojan Horseshoe: 74.5
028. The Priceless Portrait of the Polynesian Girl: 73.2
029. The Snake Bracelet of Cleopatra: 72.8
030. The Very Tall Turban of Ahmad Baba: 72.3
031. The Royal Torque of Queen Boadicea: 72.2
032. The Medal of Sir Edmund Hillary: 71.6
033. The Silver Horseshoe of Butch Cassidy: 71.3
034. The Golden Earring of Henry Morgan: 71.3
035. The Comet-Embroidered Battle Flag of William the Conqueror: 71
036. The Golden Jaguar of Atahualpa: 70.6
037. The Broken Trident of Poseidon: 69.3
038. The Good Luck Watch of Empress Eugenie: 69
039. King Tut's Cobra Staff: 69
040. The Moccasins of Geronimo: 68.7
041. The Mush Pot Hat of Johnny Appleseed: 68.3
042. The Two-Cornered Hat of Napoleon: 68.1
043. The Bonnet of Dolley Madison: 67
044. The Red Sash of Tokugawa Ieyasu: 66.7
045. The Treasure of Anne Bonny: 66.5
046. The Broken Wing of Icarus: 66
047. The Mask of Shaka Zulu: 65.3
048. Pecos Bill's Lost Lariat: 65.3
049. The Discarded Seal of Ivan the Terrible: 64
050. The Leopard Skin Cloak of Annie Oakley: 63.9
051. Henry the Eighth's Great Seal: 62.7
052. The Bone Necklace of the Blackfeet Chief: 61.3
053. Alexander and the Gordian Knot: 60
054. The Thornwood Gavel of Judge Roy Bean: 59.8
055. The Mask of the Man in the Iron Mask: 59.2
056. The Dried Ear of Corn of Sojourner Truth: 59
057. The Dragon Lady and the Blue Pearl: 59
058. The War Fan of the Forty-Seven Ronin: 58.8
059. The Jeweled Necklace of Montezuma: 57.3
060. The Melted Wax Head of Madame Tussaud: 57
061. The Upside-Down Compass of Henry Hudson: 56.7
062. The Golden Pepperoni of Catherine de' Medici: 56.7
063. The Mysterious Manuscript of Mary Shelley: 56.3
064. The Pendant of Kamehameha: 56
065. The Mystical Spellbook of the Imperial Wizard: 55.7
066. The Missing Weather Maps of Charles Lindbergh: 55.3
067. The Pearl Necklace of Gwalior: 55
068. The Lost Love Letter of Captain John Smith: 55
069. The Lion-Slashed Jacket of Sacagawea: 54.7
070. The Bullet-Riddled Handbag of Belle Boyd: 54.2
071. The Golden Cup of Belshazzar: 54
072. The Enormous Feather of the Mê Linh: 53.3
073. The Paintbrush of Leonardo da Vinci: 53.3
074. The Oracle Bowl of Delphi: 53.3
075. The Useless Map of the Chibcha Chieftain: 53.3
076. The Golden Stallion of Ali Baba: 53
077. The Missing Portrait of Hans Holbein: 53
078. The Stone Head of the Evil King: 52.8
079. The Electrified Key of Benjamin Franklin: 52.5
080. The Ivory Elephant of Scheherazade: 52.3
081. The Mummified Hand of the Egyptian King: 52.2
082. The Helmet of Joan of Arc: 52
083. The Imperial Purple Robe of Empress Theodora: 51.3
084. The Missing Eye of David: 51
085. The Silver Cannonball of Grandy Nanny: 50.7
086. The Sacred Ring of Sultan Suleiman: 50.2
087. Elizabeth the First's Golden Ship: 49.3
088. The Secret Battle Plan of Nathan Hale: 49.3
089. Ponce de León and the Lost Fountain of Youth: 49
090. The Codebook of Mata Hari: 48.7
091. The Lost Taj Mahal Turban of Aurangzeb: 48.3
092. The Lost Whale Bone of Pytheas: 48
093. Wild Bill Hickok and the Dead Man's Hand: 47.6
094. The Plumed Headdress of Cosa Rara: 47
095. The Walking Stick of Harriet Tubman: 47
096. John Henry's Lost Hammer: 45.7
097. The Crown of Queen Nzinga: 45
098. The Shriveled Hand of Efoua: 45
099. The Stone Marker of Leif Erikson: 45
100. The Silk Sash of Mulan: 45
101. The Smashed Printing Plate of Frederick Douglass: 44.5
102. The Cracked Crown of the Spanish King: 44
103. The Silver Saddle Horn of Hannibal: 44
104. The Lost Lion Tail of Little John: 43.3
105. The Bent Shaving Pan of Jedediah Smith: 43.3
106. The Treasure Map of Jean Lafitte: 43.2
107. The Lily-Crested Crown of Clovis the First: 43
108. The Golden Chains of Zenobia: 42
109. The Golden Goblet of Attila the Hun: 42
110. The Golden Spider Web of Robert the Bruce: 42
111. The Stolen Arm of Shiva: 41.3
112. The Dried Apple Half of William Tell: 41
113. The Marble Armrest of Xerxes: 40.3
114. The Lost Logbooks of Magellan: 39.7
115. Blackbeard's Treasure Map: 39.3
116. The Bifocal Monocle of One-Eyed Jack: 38.7
117. The Lucky Pot-Bellied Pig of Amelia Earhart: 38.2
118. The Golden Cricket Cage of Khan: 36.7
119. The Keys to the Alhambra: 36.5
120. The Snow Cone of Mount Kilimanjaro: 36.3
I imagine none of you intend to make the most hated temple runners feel bullied or have them attempt or commit suicide for having a not-so-good to garbage temple performance. Yes, that includes John and Tia. The true reason for some temple runners having an unfavorable performance is said to be that they were feeling too nervous or under pressure.
The Jesters' Court / Re: The Main Spam Topic 2.0
« Last post by PurpleParrot319 on May 18, 2021, 08:01:08 PM »
It’s not that you can only be in California it’s more do I want to go to California in a pandemic? I have not left Minnesota since February last year.

Though if there was no Pandemic Id sign up in a heartbeat.

Yeah, the pandemic doesn't help. Also, I'm not the traveling type. I've never been in a plane before and I don't feel comfortable being in one. I'd rather drive or be driven to the location. Sadly, it's in Cali, so I probably won't try out.

Also, I kind of want to see what this version of Legends is like before signing up for it. If it has more than one season and the first season is disappointing, then chances are I won't bother trying out. I'm hopeful it'll be good though. Fingers crossed!
The Heart Room / Re: Legends' True Greatest Team
« Last post by Legends Explorer Alec on May 12, 2021, 04:19:33 PM »

I was right. The Green Monkeys are Legends' true greatest team.

Here are the team rankings for the original show according to the video:

First place: Green Monkeys
Second place: Silver Snakes
Third place: Orange Iguanas
Fourth place: Blue Barracudas
Fifth place: Red Jaguars
Sixth place: Purple Parrots

Do any of you see a coincidence?
The Jesters' Court / Re: The Main Spam Topic 2.0
« Last post by GreenMonkeys#1 on May 12, 2021, 01:46:09 AM »
It’s not that you can only be in California it’s more do I want to go to California in a pandemic? I have not left Minnesota since February last year.

Though if there was no Pandemic Id sign up in a heartbeat.
The Heart Room / Re: Legends is coming back!
« Last post by Legends Explorer Alec on May 11, 2021, 10:27:47 PM »
The Jesters' Court / Re: The Main Spam Topic 2.0
« Last post by Legends Explorer Alec on May 11, 2021, 03:56:47 PM »
I don’t think it’s mandatory to live in California to compete. My home state is Massachusetts and I already applied to be a Green Monkey.
The Jesters' Court / Re: The Main Spam Topic 2.0
« Last post by GreenMonkeys#1 on May 11, 2021, 02:56:47 PM »
Eyes emoji

So are you willing to apply to be a Purple Parrot like how I applied to be a Green Monkey?

After reading through that article, I hate to say it, but I'm most likely gonna pass on this opportunity. The "Can you comfortably swim 200’ (feet) without assistance?" part would deny me a chance to be on the show because I can't swim. At least not very well anyway. Also, this show is taking place in LA and I basically live on the other side of the country. I'm not willing to travel that far.

I'd love to be on the show, but I don't think I'm cut out for it. I'm just not fit and it sounds like this version is gonna be more physically demanding than early Legends.

If only I was closer. Would’ve been cool to have been on this show. Glad to see it’s coming back.
The Heart Room / Re: Legends is coming back!
« Last post by GreenMonkeys#1 on May 11, 2021, 02:55:52 PM »
How about that! We are getting Legends after all!
The Heart Room / Re: Legends is coming back!
« Last post by The Silver Monkey on May 11, 2021, 01:16:39 PM »
The reboot's not dead! It has been picked up by the CW and will tape this summer:

“Legends of the Hidden Temple” is headed back to the small screen, but not in its original kid-friendly format. The Nickelodeon competition adventure series from the 1990s is all grown up in the revival ordered Tuesday by the CW.

The original Nickelodeon series that aired from 1993-1995 was inspired by Nintendo’s “The Legend of Zelda” game and the “Indiana Jones” movie franchise. The new iteration is described as a supersized and reimagined adult version.

Per the logline, the “Legends of the Hidden Temple” remake, based on the game show created by David G. Stanley, Scott A. Stone and Stephen R. Brown, will preserve many of the Nickelodeon series’ iconic elements. These include “Olmec,” the giant talking Mayan head, the “Moat Crossings,” “The Steps of Knowledge,” the “Temple Run,” and all of the original team names like “Purple Parrots,” “Blue Barracudas,” “Orange Iguanas,” “Red Jaguars,” “Silver Snakes” and “Green Monkeys.” This time, the entire show is taken out of the safety of a studio setting into a “mysterious jungle” with tougher challenges and bigger prizes. Five teams begin the journey, but only one is “strong enough and smart enough” to enter the ominous Olmec’s Temple, avoid the Temple Guards, retrieve a lost treasure and return it to its rightful owner.

With “Legends of the Hidden Temple,” the CW is further amping up and diversifying its alternative programming slate, as well as its target audience. “Legends of the Hidden Temple” still holds a special place in the hearts of millennials who grew up watching the competition series, and it has since inspired a movie, mobile and board games, a popular Halloween costume and repeat episodes still air on occasion, even 30 years later.

“Legends of the Hidden Temple” is produced by Stone & Company Entertainment and Nickelodeon. The series is executive produced by Stone and Marcus Fox (“Paradise Run”).
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