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Title: Smartest person/persons?
Post by: The Silver Snake on June 28, 2006, 02:28:12 PM
I think Mitchell from the Moccasins of Geronimo was THE smartest person in Legends history.
Title: Smartest person/persons?
Post by: dshban on June 28, 2006, 02:33:58 PM
I just watched the Much-Heralded Helmet of Sir Gawain, and Tiffani from the Orange Iguanas was pretty smart - she grabbed the rope in the pit so she could get back to the platform and go into the Chamber of the Sacred Markers, and she went down from the Shriiiine of the Siiiilver Monkey into the Dark Forest - and got the artifact out - and didn't get captured by a temple guard, not once. She was slow-ish, but quite smart.
Title: Re: Smartest person/persons?
Post by: dshban on June 28, 2006, 02:34:35 PM
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I think Mitchell from the Moccasins of Geronimo was THE smartest person in Legends history.


Why do you say that?

Edit: I just watched that run - he was pretty smart, but after getting the moccasins he tried to put the Silver Monkey together! Kirk had to tell him that all the doors were open.  :lol:
Title: Smartest person/persons?
Post by: The Silver Snake on June 28, 2006, 02:45:26 PM
Oh yeah, and btw, Mitchell was the ONLY person in Legends history to use the Treasure chest to go down into the Swamp.
Title: Smartest person/persons?
Post by: Mstrgmr on June 28, 2006, 02:45:28 PM
The kid from the Lost Hornpipe, Zac Turney, and Mitchell
Title: Smartest person/persons?
Post by: dshban on June 28, 2006, 02:58:33 PM
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Oh yeah, and btw, Mitchell was the ONLY person in Legends history to use the Treasure chest to go down into the Swamp.

Good point - he was pretty smart.

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The kid from the Lost Hornpipe, Zac Turney, and Mitchell


Yeah, they were probably the best. (You mean Jarrid from the Lost Hornpipe, I presume).
Title: Smartest person/persons?
Post by: Mstrgmr on June 28, 2006, 03:02:59 PM
Yes, I thought that was his name, but I wasn't sure
Title: Smartest person/persons?
Post by: nicklegends on June 28, 2006, 03:29:28 PM
Zac Turney certainly knew what he was doing, and so did Gator from the ''Apanupac'' episode.
Title: Smartest person/persons?
Post by: Purple Parrots Fan on June 28, 2006, 03:30:37 PM
Smartest People IMO:
1. Frontruner in Moccasins of Geronimo (the only bad move he did make was when he tried putting she shrine of the silver monkey together until Kirk said "All the doors are open")
2. Hands down the second runner in the Bandit Queen episode
3. the frontrunner in the Enourmous Nose Ring Of Babe
4. The frontrunner in "The Pendant of King Kamehameha"
5. the frontrunner in the "Oracle Bowl Of Delphi"
Title: Smartest person/persons?
Post by: Olmec on June 28, 2006, 03:37:50 PM
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Smartest People IMO:
1. Frontruner in Moccasins of Geronimo (the only bad move he did make was when he tried putting she shrine of the silver monkey together until Kirk said "All the doors are open")
2. Hands down the second runner in the Bandit Queen episode
3. the frontrunner in the Enourmous Nose Ring Of Babe
4. The frontrunner in "The Pendant of King Kamehameha"
5. the frontrunner in the "Oracle Bowl Of Delphi"


So you're talkinga bout Mitchell, Zac, Joel, Robbie, & Shane?Haha I just wanted to name them.

I liked Jammin' Jon, Robbie, Mitchell, Eddie (The Helmet of Joan of Arc), David (Lawrence of Arabia's Headdress), Katherine ("Fred" from the Treasure of Anne Bonny), Paula (The Silver Horseshoe of Butch Cassidy), Joel, Jason & Elizabeth (The Levitating Dog Leash of Nostradamus), Gator, & Zac.
Title: Smartest person/persons?
Post by: Purple Parrots Fan on June 28, 2006, 03:42:27 PM
Yep, I was talking about all of those lol Yes, the guy from the Helmet Of Joan Of Arc was pretty fast too, as well as all the oher people you mentioned. :wink:
Title: Smartest person/persons?
Post by: Mstrgmr on June 28, 2006, 04:04:50 PM
I have another, Shem from The Golden Earring of Henry Morgan
Title: Smartest person/persons?
Post by: nicklegends on June 28, 2006, 07:29:02 PM
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I have another, Shem from The Golden Earring of Henry Morgan

Ah, that's a good point. He really knew how to move through the temple quickly! He must have been heartbroken when the door to The Room of the Mandarin Hand didn't open from the King's Storeroom, though. He still managed to reach the artifact, luckily.
Title: Smartest person/persons?
Post by: The Silver Monkey on June 28, 2006, 07:47:25 PM
Jarrid in the Lost Hornpipe of the Pirate Captain. Smart move climbing back up to the Shrine after getting the artifact from the bog.
Title: Smartest person/persons?
Post by: The Purple Parrot on June 30, 2006, 03:44:07 PM
I have to highly disagree with Mitchell from the Mocassins episode being the smartest. Sure he used the treasure chest, but he didn't even try the door to the shrine (which probably wouldn't have opened, but it woulda been worth a try). Also, all the rooms he passed through were the easiest rooms the temple had to offer of any season.... so... spare me the praise for this kid.... it was probably the most uninspiring win of the whole show. :roll:


I think a smart player that gets over-looked because she wasn't that fast moving is Brittany from "The Lost Whale Bone of Pythias." Sure she moved at a slightly below average speed, but she knew exactly what she was doing, and where she was going. You could tell she had a plan too because she doesn't try the trees (or think twice about it) in the Dark Forest. It's a shame that she was partnered with possibly the second slowest partner the 3rd season had seen (Lauren from The Dried Apple Half being the slowest). I thought for sure once Brittany was taken out in the shrine with 1:14 (or something like that) left, that Damien would easily get the whale bone.... but nope.... he moved soooooooooo slow. Shoulda/coulda been a center of the temple win. :?
Title: Smartest person/persons?
Post by: nicklegends on June 30, 2006, 04:00:56 PM
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I have to highly disagree with Mitchell from the Mocassins episode being the smartest. Sure he used the treasure chest, but he didn't even try the door to the shrine (which probably wouldn't have opened, but it woulda been worth a try). Also, all the rooms he passed through were the easiest rooms the temple had to offer of any season.... so... spare me the praise for this kid.... it was probably the most uninspiring win of the whole show. :roll:


Have you ever seen ''Robin Hood and Marian's Silk Ladder?'' Now, that was an uninspiring win!

And by the way, have you considered that Mitchell could have planned to pass through the easiest rooms of the temple? :wink: He dodged the two most troublemaking rooms in the temple: the Room of Harmonic Convergence and the Shrine of the Silver Monkey, and I think that was his intent. Hopefully he'll find me online and I can ask him what his real plan was.
Title: Smartest person/persons?
Post by: The Purple Parrot on June 30, 2006, 04:11:12 PM
Hmmmm, that's quite possible.

And yeah, "Robin Hood and Marian's Silk Ladder" is pretty sucky. Talk about easy layouts. I WAS ROOTING FOR THE PARROTS IN THE TEMPLE GAMES! That coulda been an easy Parrots win! :cry:
Title: Smartest person/persons?
Post by: The Purple Parrot on June 30, 2006, 04:24:44 PM
I forgot to mention that i think not only Jarrid from "The Lost Hornpipe of the Pirate Captain" was a smart contestant, but also his partner, Jessica. She had to be the fastest girl contestant (faster than most of the boys even) the temple had ever seen. She even had to scale the entire central shaft. This temple run proves that a team of fast/smart kids can win a tough design. LOVE that team. <3
Title: Smartest person/persons?
Post by: Purple Parrots Fan on July 01, 2006, 04:21:13 AM
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I think a smart player that gets over-looked because she wasn't that fast moving is Brittany from "The Lost Whale Bone of Pythias." Sure she moved at a slightly below average speed, but she knew exactly what she was doing, and where she was going. You could tell she had a plan too because she doesn't try the trees (or think twice about it) in the Dark Forest. It's a shame that she was partnered with possibly the second slowest partner the 3rd season had seen (Lauren from The Dried Apple Half being the slowest). I thought for sure once Brittany was taken out in the shrine with 1:14 (or something like that) left, that Damien would easily get the whale bone.... but nope.... he moved soooooooooo slow. Shoulda/coulda been a center of the temple win.
I kind of agree with you there, Damien knew what he was doing but he moved much too slowly. Though when time ran out, he was only one room away from the artifact.
Title: Smartest person/persons?
Post by: sag_2006 on July 01, 2006, 07:53:34 PM
Jason from the Levitating Dog Leash of Nostradomas.  When his attempt to grab the Pit rope failed, he made the very smart move of using the Dog Leash to help him reach the rope.
Title: Smartest person/persons?
Post by: Turbo Barracuda on July 19, 2006, 03:43:52 AM
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I think a smart player that gets over-looked because she wasn't that fast moving is Brittany from "The Lost Whale Bone of Pythias." Sure she moved at a slightly below average speed, but she knew exactly what she was doing, and where she was going. You could tell she had a plan too because she doesn't try the trees (or think twice about it) in the Dark Forest. It's a shame that she was partnered with possibly the second slowest partner the 3rd season had seen (Lauren from The Dried Apple Half being the slowest). I thought for sure once Brittany was taken out in the shrine with 1:14 (or something like that) left, that Damien would easily get the whale bone.... but nope.... he moved soooooooooo slow. Shoulda/coulda been a center of the temple win.
I kind of agree with you there, Damien knew what he was doing but he moved much too slowly. Though when time ran out, he was only one room away from the artifact.

Yea Damien was smart, but basically walked after brittany got taken out