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The Treasure Room / Legends: Unearthed - The Old Plank of the Theatre
« on: August 25, 2013, 07:27:58 PM »
The camera moves past several tree branches and plants, unable to find a way out of the jungle with each turn. At last, it stops in front of an ancient Mayan temple with a stone head by its base. As it draws closer, the head's eyes glow red as it begins to speak:

“Legends of the Hidden Temple!” A panoramic view of the Temple is shown as the title appears on the screen. “With your guide, Kirk Fogg!” The camera shifts to the Chamber of Dry Waters, where we see Kirk sliding down the Pharaoh's Secret Passage. As he runs out of the Temple and towards the Steps of Knowledge, the stone head speaks again: “And here he is now!”

“Thank you! Thank you very much! Nice to see you! Nice to see you, Olmec. Welcome to Legends of the Hidden Temple. The rooms are filled with lost treasures that are protected by mysterious Mayan Temple Guards. Only Olmec knows the legend behind each of the treasures in his Temple...which one are we gonna hear about today?”

“The legend of the Old Plank of the Theatre,” Olmec says in response.

“Ah, the Old Plank of the Theatre! Well, one of these teams will have a chance to retrieve the Old Plank. Will it be...the Red Jaguars?” The camera passes by each team as they're announced. “The Blue Barracudas? The Green Monkeys? The Orange Iguanas? The Purple Parrots? Or the Silver Snakes?”

“They're gonna have to pass some tough physical and mental tests, and in the end, only one team will earn the right to enter Olmec's Temple. But first, they must cross the Moat, and Olmec will tell us how they'll have to do it today.”

Olmec starts to explain the Moat Crossing: “Before you are small stones and a rope hanging in the middle. When Kirk gives the signal, the first player will walk across using the stones, bring the rope back to your side, and swing across. When you get to the other side, throw the rope back to your partner, who will then swing across. Players, remember! If you fall or use the stones to help you get across while swinging, you must start again. As soon as the second player has crossed, run over and hit the gong.” Kirk hits the Silver Snakes' gong to demonstrate. “The first four teams to hit their gongs will go on to the next round!”

“Okay, let's get started! Teams, are you ready?” The teams cheer once more as the first players get ready. “Olmec, are you ready?”

“Let's rock.”

“On your mark, get set, go!

All six teams rush to grab the rope, but the Red Jaguars' boy and the Green Monkeys' girl are the first ones to make it back with it, while the other teams fall into the water before making it. “Red Jaguars and Green Monkeys got the rope, but can they swing across?” Kirk asks as they proceed to answer his question: both of them make it across with no problem. At the same time, the remaining teams try to get the rope again, with the Silver Snakes' boy and the Purple Parrots' girl making it back to the dock first. The Orange Iguanas' boy barely stays on the stones as he grabs the rope, but the Blue Barracudas' boy falls into the water before he can make the grab.

“Blue Barracudas almost had it!” Kirk yells as the other three teams swing across, but only the Silver Snakes' boy makes it to the end. “Oh, Purple Parrots and Orange Iguanas – they have to go back!” As the Silver Snakes' boy throws his rope back, the Red Jaguars' girl and the Green Monkeys' boy swing across, with the Red Jaguars ringing in seconds before the Green Monkeys do. “We've got two teams! Just need two more!”

As the Blue Barracudas' boy succeeds in grabbing the rope, the Purple Parrots' girl swings again, followed by the Orange Iguanas' boy. Both of them make it to the other side, while the Blue Barracudas' boy follows moments later. “Ohh, it's gonna come down to who can get their partner across!” Kirk yells as the Silver Snakes' boy throws the rope for the second time, only for his partner to fail in grabbing it. The Purple Parrots' girl throws her rope back, and her partner is able to catch it. He swings across, allowing them to ring in.

“We need one more team!” The final three teams throw their ropes at about the same time. The Blue Barracudas' girl and the Silver Snakes' girl catch theirs, and swing to the other side. The Blue Barracudas' girl ends up falling into the water, while the Silver Snakes' girl makes it to the other side. Her partner helps her off, and they hit their gong.

“That's it! We've got our four teams!” Kirk yells as he runs over to the Silver Snakes. “These guys pulled through in the clutch! Going on to the Steps of Knowledge are the Silver Snakes!” He pauses to give each team a moment of applause. “And the Purple Parrots...and the Green Monkeys...and the Red Jaguars! Blue Barracudas and Orange Iguanas did a great job! They're not going away empty handed. We've got a great gift for them, and here's what it is.” They receive Super Monkey Ball for the Nintendo Gamecube.

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The camera moves past several tree branches and plants, unable to find a way out of the jungle with each turn. At last, it stops in front of an ancient Mayan temple with a stone head by its base. As it draws closer, the head's eyes glow red as it begins to speak:

Legends of the Hidden Temple!” A panoramic view of the Temple is shown as the title appears on the screen. “With your guide, Kirk Fogg!” The camera shifts to the Chamber of Dry Waters, where we see Kirk sliding down the Pharaoh's Secret Passage. As he runs out of the Temple and towards the Steps of Knowledge, the stone head speaks again: “And here he is now!”

“Thank you! Thank you very much! Nice to see you! Nice to see you, Olmec! Welcome to Legends of the Hidden Temple. The rooms are filled with lost treasures that are protected by mysterious Mayan Temple Guards. Only Olmec knows the legend behind each of the treasures in his Temple...which one are we gonna hear about today?”

“The legend of the Paper Crown of the Duke of York,” Olmec says in response.

“Ah, the Paper Crown of the Duke of York! Well, one of these teams will have a chance to retrieve the Paper Crown. Will it be...the Red Jaguars?” The camera passes by each team as they're announced. “The Blue Barracudas? The Green Monkeys? The Orange Iguanas? The Purple Parrots? Or the Silver Snakes?”

“They're gonna have to pass some tough physical and mental tests, and in the end, only one team will earn the right to enter Olmec's Temple. But first, they must cross the Moat, and Olmec will tell us how they'll have to do it today.”

Olmec starts to explain the Moat Crossing: “Before you are small stones and a rope hanging in the middle. When Kirk gives the signal, the first player will walk across using the stones, bring the rope back to your side, and swing across. When you get to the other side, throw the rope back to your partner, who will then swing across. Players, remember! If you fall or use the stones to help you get across while swinging, you must start again. As soon as the second player has crossed, run over and hit the gong.” Kirk hits the Silver Snakes' gong to demonstrate. “The first four teams to hit their gongs will go on to the next round!”

“Alright, let's get started! Hey teams, are you ready?” The teams cheer once more as the first players get ready. “Olmec, are you ready?”

“Let's get crackin'.”

“On your mark, get set, go!

The Silver Snakes' boy, the Blue Barracudas' girl, and the Orange Iguanas' boy make it to the rope with no problem, but the remaining teams end up falling over, with the Red Jaguars' girl nearly preventing herself from dropping into the water. “Red Jaguars almost made it!” Kirk says as the Silver Snakes are the first to get to the other side, followed by the Blue Barracudas and the Orange Iguanas. Meanwhile, the Red Jaguars fare slightly better as the girl doesn't fall during her second trip, but she is followed closely by the Green Monkeys' boy and the Purple Parrots' boy.

When the three teams throw their ropes back, the Orange Iguanas' girl has a hard time grabbing the rope due to her short reach. At this time, the Red Jaguars' girl crosses over, with the Green Monkeys' boy not too far behind. The Purple Parrots' boy, however, keeps going into the water before he can reach the dock. “Oh, Purple Parrots have to go back!” Kirk yells as the second member of the Silver Snakes crosses over along with the Blue Barracudas and the Orange Iguanas, but the latter two teams drop into the water. “I think we're about to have our first team! It's the Silver Snakes!” he finishes as they hit the gong.

The Red Jaguars' girl tosses the rope after a failed attempt, and her partner grabs it at the same time the Blue Barracudas and the Orange Iguanas return to the deck. All five teams swing at about the same time, but only the Blue Barracudas' boy and the Red Jaguars' boy make it to the end. “We've got two teams coming in!” The Blue Barracudas are the first to ring in, followed by the Red Jaguars. “One more! We need one more team!” The Orange Iguanas and the Green Monkeys swing across, and both of them make it to the dock. However, the Green Monkeys' girl can barely keep a foothold on the surface, and as her partner tries to help her, the Orange Iguanas ring in.

“That's it! We've got our four teams right here!” Kirk yells as he runs over to the Silver Snakes. “These guys blazed through the Moat! Going on to the Steps of Knowledge are the Silver Snakes!” He pauses to give each team a moment of applause. “And the Orange Iguanas...and the Blue Barracudas...and the Red Jaguars! The Green Monkeys and the Purple Parrots did a great job, they're not going away empty handed. Here's what we've got for them.” They receive a $50 savings bond from Hershey.

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The camera moves past several tree branches and plants, unable to find a way out of the jungle with each turn. At last, it stops in front of an ancient Mayan temple with a stone head by its base. As it draws closer, the head's eyes glow red as it begins to speak:

Legends of the Hidden Temple!” A panoramic view of the Temple is shown as the words appear on the screen. “With your guide, Kirk Fogg!” The camera shifts to the Chamber of Dry Waters, where we see Kirk sliding down the Pharaoh's Secret Passage. As he runs out of the Temple and towards the Steps of Knowledge, the stone head speaks again: “And here he is now!”

“Thank you! Thank you very much! Nice to see you! Nice to see you, Olmec! Welcome to Legends of the Hidden Temple. The rooms are filled with lost treasures that are protected by mysterious Mayan Temple Guards. Only Olmec knows the legend behind each of the treasures in his Temple...which one are we gonna hear about today?”

“The Jolly Roger of Emanuel Wynn,” the stone head says in response.

“Ah, the Jolly Roger of Emanuel Wynn! Well, one of these teams will have a chance to retrieve the Jolly Roger. Will it be...the Red Jaguars?” The camera passes by each team as they're announced. “The Blue Barracudas? The Green Monkeys? The Orange Iguanas? The Purple Parrots? Or the Silver Snakes?”

“They're gonna have to pass some tough physical and mental tests, and in the end, only one team will earn the right to enter Olmec's Temple. But first, they must cross the Moat, and Olmec will tell us how they'll do it today.”

Olmec starts to explain the Moat Crossing: “Before you are small stones and a rope in the middle. When Kirk gives the signal, the first player will walk across using the stones, bring the rope back to your side, and then swing across. When you reach the other side, throw the rope to your partner, who will then swing across. Players, remember! If you fall or use the stones to help you get across while swinging, you must start again. As soon as the second partner has crossed, run over and hit the gong.” Kirk hits the Silver Snakes' gong to demonstrate. “The first four teams to hit their gongs will go on to the next round!”

“Alright, here we go! Teams, are you ready?” The kids cheer once more as the first players get ready. “Olmec, are you ready?”

“Ay,” Olmec says with a pirate accent.

“On your mark, get set, go!

All of the first players succeed in getting the rope and returning it to the dock. Upon swinging, however, the Blue Barracudas' boy and the Silver Snakes' girl fall into the water mid-swing, while everyone else makes it across. “Oh, this looks like it'll be a close race to the finish!” Kirk yells as the Orange Iguanas' girl throws the rope back to her partner at the same time the Silver Snakes' girl returns to the dock. Meanwhile, the Green Monkeys' boy has difficulty in grabbing the rope from his partner. By the time he grabs it, the other teams have players swinging across, with the Orange Iguanas' boy in the lead after the Purple Parrots' boy has a hard time getting a foothold on the dock.

“I think we have our first team!” Kirk yells as the Orange Iguanas ring in. “Orange Iguanas are in!” Seconds later, the Purple Parrots and the Red Jaguars ring in. “We need one more team! Who's it gonna be?” By this point, the Green Monkeys' boy tries to swing, but drags into the water partway through. The Silver Snakes' girl and the Blue Barracudas' girl swing at the same time, with both of them reaching the dock. Before the Silver Snakes can get their last member across, the Blue Barracudas hit their gong.

“That's it! We've got our teams!” Kirk says as he runs towards the Purple Parrots. “It was a close race, but going on to the Steps of Knowledge are the Purple Parrots!” He pauses to give each team a moment of applause. “Along with the Orange Iguanas...and the Blue Barracudas...and the Red Jaguars! The Green Monkeys and the Silver Snakes just barely missed it, but they're not going away empty-handed. We've got a great gift for them, and here's what it is.” They receive a $50 gift card from Blockbuster.

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The camera moves past several tree branches and plants, unable to find a way out of the jungle with each turn. At last, it stops in front of an ancient Mayan temple with a stone head by its base. As it draws closer, the head's eyes glow red as it begins to speak:

Legends of the Hidden Temple!” A panoramic view of the Temple is shown as the words appear on the screen. “With your guide, Kirk Fogg!” As the head speaks, a figure is shown to be in the unlit Heart Room, turning the levers. When the light returns, the figure is revealed to be Kirk as he exits the room via a rope tied to the support below the levers. He lands safely on the ground and runs towards the Steps of Knowledge. “And here he is now!”

“Thank you! Thank you very much! Nice to see you! Nice to see you, Olmec! Welcome to Legends of the Hidden Temple. The rooms are filled with lost treasures that are protected by mysterious Mayan temple guards. Only Olmec knows the legend behind each of the treasures in his Temple...which one are we going to hear about today?”

“The legend of the Model Manuscript of Copernicus,” the stone head says in response.

“Oh, the Model Manuscript of Copernicus! Well, the legend is set, and one of these six teams will have a chance to retrieve the Manuscript. Will it be...the Red Jaguars?” The camera passes by each team as they're announced. “The Blue Barracudas? The Green Monkeys? The Orange Iguanas? The Purple Parrots? Or the Silver Snakes?”

“They'll have to pass some tough physical and mental tests, and in the end, only one team will have the right to enter Olmec's Temple, but first they have to cross the Moat, and Olmec will tell us how they'll have to do that today.”

Olmec starts to explain the Moat Crossing. “Before you are small stones and a rope in the middle. When Kirk gives the signal, the first player will walk across using the stones, bring the rope back to your side, and then swing across. When you reach the other side, throw the rope to your partner, who will then swing across. Players, remember! If you fall or use the stones to help you get across while swinging, you must start again. As soon as the second partner has crossed, run over and hit the gong.” Kirk hits the Silver Snakes' gong to demonstrate. “The first four teams to hit their gongs will go on to the next round!”

“Alright, let's get started! Teams, are you ready?!” The kids cheer one last time as the first players get ready. “Olmec, are you ready?”

“Let's rock.”

“Alright! On your mark, get set, go!

Most of the first players get to the rope with no problem, though the Green Monkeys' boy and the Silver Snakes' boy fall into the water before reaching it. Meanwhile, the Orange Iguanas' girl is the first to return to the deck, while the Purple Parrots' boy and the Red Jaguars' girl are closely behind. The Silver Snakes' boy manages to get the rope on the second try as the Orange Iguanas' girl swings across. Three of the teams – the Red Jaguars, the Blue Barracudas, and the Purple Parrots – swing at the same time, but only the Red and Purple teams make it; the Blue Barracudas' boy lands in the water before he makes it to the dock.

“Blue Barracudas have to go back!” Kirk narrates as the Orange Iguanas' girl succeeds in getting her rope back to her partner, as does the Purple Parrots' boy, but the Red Jaguars' girl has difficulty in throwing it back, only succeeding after the second attempt. The Silver Snakes finally catch up as their first player makes it across, but the Orange Iguanas' boy swings over almost immediately after, followed closely by the Purple Parrots' girl and the Green Monkeys' boy. The Orange Iguanas' boy makes it to the other side, and after some help from his partner, runs to hit the gong.

“We've got one – two teams across!” Kirk corrects himself as the Purple Parrots ring in about two seconds later. “We're looking for two more teams! Will the Red Jaguars be team number three?” he observes as the Red Jaguars' boy swings across. The Silver Snakes' girl and the Green Monkeys' girl swing at the same time, while the Red Jaguars' boy makes it to the other side and runs with his partner to ring in. “We need one more! The Green Monkeys and the Silver Snakes are neck and neck!” Both land at the same time, making this a footrace to the finish. The Silver Snakes' girl dives for the gong and hits it just before the Green Monkeys do.

“That's it! We've got our four teams!” Kirk shouts as he walks over to the Silver Snakes, while the girl manages to get back up. “You just dived for the gong and hit it at the last second! Going on to the Steps of Knowledge are the Silver Snakes!” He pauses to give each team a moment of applause. “Along with the Purple Parrots...and the Orange Iguanas...and the Red Jaguars! The Green Monkeys and the Blue Barracudas did a great job, they're not going away empty handed. We've got a great gift for them, and here's what it is.” They receive a Super Soaker Monster.

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The Treasure Room / Legends of the Hidden Temple: Unearthed
« on: June 20, 2013, 09:20:31 AM »
For a while now, I've been considering making a fanfic series of my own, with the desire growing after I participated in the "Make Your Own Episode" thread. Finally, I caved and starting searching for eligible artifacts that I could use. Of course, I still wasn't sure if I should go on with this. With some encouragement from my friend, however, I finally decided to go through with it. Welcome, everyone, to Legends of the Hidden Temple: Unearthed.

Before I start, however, I feel that I ought to share the artifacts, the Temple Layouts, and a few notes with you...that, and I'm still in the process of finalizing a lot of things, so I can't start right away.




Above is a guide to the rooms. I decided to go counterclockwise, starting with the upper entrance room and ending with the lower one. You probably noticed that I didn't label the Pharaoh's Secret Passage area. Honestly, I don't really consider this a room, just a different method to get from room to room, but with a name instead of simply being called a slide. Besides, Room 8 has an objective now, so there isn't an actuator by the passage's door, but I'll get to that in a moment.

Season 1
In total, Season 1 uses six layouts.

Layout 1
1. The Crypt: Same as it was in the past two seasons.
2. The Overgrown Pit: Vines have swarmed across the floor and have overtaken a good chunk of the Pit; if one looks closely, you can see the pendulum from Season 3's "The Pit and the Pendulum" ensnared by them. From here, players can choose to go to the Lair of the Butterfly, the Heart Room, or the Eclipsed Light Room.
3. The Eclipsed Light Room: A black orb sits on a gray pedestal near the center of the room, and behind it are three panels. One of them has a light bouncing off of it. Players must adjust the panel so that the light hits the black orb in order to move on. The back wall is colored a dark blue, with many small, white dots on it, as if it's supposed to resemble the night sky.
4. The Heart Room (Unearthed): In the past, all you had to do was hit an actuator to move on. Not quite the case here. The room is almost entirely pitch black, save for a few light sources. In front of the room are two levers. The player must turn them at the same time, for a total of three times, in order to light the room back up. Right before the light returns, the center of the wall will glow a faint red, and a heartbeat noise will start to play. Due to safety concerns, Temple Guards won't appear until after the objective is completed, when the lights return (imagine a kid afraid of the dark encountering a Temple Guard while there wasn't any light...not a smart idea). Aside from the changes made above, the room retains its original design.
5. The Room of the Ancient Warriors: Same as Season 3.
6. Shrine of the Decayed Monkey: This room has seen better days. The monkey statue is a shadow of its former self, and it looks like it might fall apart at any moment. However, it should be good for a few more runs. The objective is the same as the past seasons; just put together the monkey to move on.
7. The Lightning Room: Same as it was in Season 2, though with the removal of the elevator, the objective has to be completed to move on.
8. The Chamber of Dry Waters: This room is a far cry from its predecessors, in that there's an objective you have to complete if you enter from Room 9. There are three chains, each on a different wall. In order to open the doors, the player has to yank on the correct chain, which will release a waterfall from an opening on the left wall. If entering from the Lightning Room, though, all you have to do is bust down the stone wall. The room itself is colored similarly to the Well from Season 1, though dark blue patches can be seen on the wall.
9. The Dark Forest: Same as before, though the arms of the trees are longer and more brittle.
10. The Murky Swamp: Same as "The Treacherous Swamp" back in Season 2, though with more vines hanging from the walls and on the ground, which can trip players up. The back wall is colored a dark green, while the foam pellets used are a mix of dark and forest green, probably to resemble the water.
11. The Lair of the Butterfly: This room has the same lighting as the Tomb of the Headless Kings, aside from two lights hanging on the back wall, separated by the Temple Guard door. Below those lights are open display cases, each with three large butterflies in them. A third display case is in the front of the room, presumably for an artifact that may be housed there. A butterfly statue, whose design is based on the Owl Butterfly, is placed on an outcropping that covers part of the ladder leading to the Heart Room. The player must grab the butterflies and rip their wings off. When they finish, they can move on; the butterfly statue will ominously glow blue to signify the completion of the room's objective.
12. The Moss Cavern: Pretty much the same as the Ledges, but moss has been growing throughout, hence the name change.

Layout 2
1. The Crypt
2. The Overgrown Pit/Rickety Bridge: A bridge has been added in order to gain access to the Eclipsed Light Room; the entrance to the Heart Room is blocked by a pole. These poles have been planted on the outcroppings, making the choice to go through the top or bottom paths essential. Down in the pit, the vines seem to be getting worse, as they're now emerging from the holes on the wall.
3. The Eclipsed Light Room
4. The Heart Room (Unearthed)
5. The Tomb of the Pharaoh: The room is decorated like an Egyptian tomb. In the center of the room is a sarcophagus, and scattered about are three items (two staffs and a decoration for the headdress) needed for it. The player must gather them and place them on the sarcophagus, but be careful! A Temple Guard may emerge from the sarcophagus.
6. Shrine of the Silver Monkey: The monkey has been rebuilt, and now looks like its former self again.
7. The Room of the Ancestral Mask: Three mannequin heads are sitting on platforms across the room, and in front of them is a mask. The player has to place it on the correct head in order to move on. This room retains the dark coloration its previous room had.
8. The Chamber of Dry Waters
9. The Dark Forest
10. The Murky Swamp
11. The Lair of the Butterfly
12. The Moss Cavern

Layout 3
1. The Crypt
2. The Pit of Despair/Rickety Bridge: The vines have finally been cut away, and the Pit is back to its former self, with the exception of the marks on the wall made by whatever was used to cut the vines away. Although the Pit uses the same blocks as the Pit and the Pendulum, the pendulum itself has been removed. The bridge is still standing.
3. The Eclipsed Light Room (V2): The objective has been changed a bit. Instead of one black orb and three panels, this room has three black orbs and one panel. The orbs can be moved around, and one of them contains a light within. To reveal this light, the orb must be turned until it is exposed via a hole on the black cover.
4. The Heart Room (Unearthed)
5. The Tomb of the Pharaoh
6. Shrine of the Silver Monkey
7. The Room of the Ancestral Mask
8. The Chamber of Dry Mists: The waterfall has disappeared, and in its place is a clear mist. Like in the Chamber of Dry Waters, players have to pull on the right chain to release the mists. If they came here from the Room of the Ancestral Mask, all they have to do is bust through the wall. The room's colors are a bit darker than they were before.
9. The Dark Forest
10. The Crystalline Lake: In place of the vines are large crystals that obstruct the player's path. They must maneuver through them in order to reach the next room. The pellets are a light blue, and the wall is a mix of blue and green.
11. The Lair of the Butterfly
12. The Moss Cavern

Layout 4
1. The Crypt
2. The Pit of Despair: The bridge has been removed, though most of the outcroppings remain; the central one was destroyed along with the bridge. A rope has been added to help players get across.
3. The Prisoner's Tower: In the front of the room are three jars, and in the back is a cage with 'someone' (actually a dummy) stored inside. The player has to open the jars and find a key to release the prisoner in order to move on. The night sky appearance that the Eclipsed Light Room had has been replaced with dark gray, as if to resemble a prison.
4. The Room of Eternal Melody: Three instruments (a flute, a clarinet, and a trumpet) are strewn across the room, and in the front are a pair of hands. The player must place the correct instrument on the hands to move on; to signify this, music will begin to play (usually the first three notes of the Temple Run music). The room is a mix of gray and white.
5. The Tomb of the Pharaoh
6. Shrine of the Silver Monkey
7. The Lightning Room
8. The Chamber of Dry Mists
9. The Dark Forest
10. The Crystalline Lake
11. The Abyssal Ruin: In this room are four chests, with a fifth one sitting in a skeleton's lap on a chair by the ladder. The player has to go through the four chests until he finds a key, which will open the one with the skeleton. The room has dark blue lighting to make it resemble the ocean depths, and it's been said that the previous room, the Lair of the Butterfly, somehow created this room.
12. The Moss Cavern

Layout 5
1. The Crypt
2. The Pit of Despair
3. The Prisoner's Tower
4. The Room of Eternal Melody
5. The Hall of Memories: In the front of the room is a basket with the player's team insignia on it, and behind them are three artifacts, of which one of them was once sought after by their team. These artifacts are ones that were never retrieved from the Temple; artifacts that were at least grabbed before time ran out are exempt from this. The player must put the correct artifact in the basket to move on. The room has a light brown background, with two green doors for the Temple Guards to come out of, making it look similar to a room that came out of Season 1.
6. Shrine of the Silver Monkey
7. The Room of the Secret Password: Same as before.
8. The Chamber of Dry Mists
9. The Dark Forest
10. The Crystalline Lake
11. The Abyssal Ruin
12. The Moss Cavern

Layout 6
1. The Crypt
2. The Pit of Despair
3. The Prisoner's Tower
4. The Room of Eternal Melody
5. The Hall of Memories
6. Shrine of the Silver Monkey
7. The Artist's Studio: Scattered about the walls of the room are paintings made by various artists, and a canvas in the front. Players have to place the correct painting on the canvas in order to move on. The room is splashed with various colors of paint, and a few sheets of paper are on the walls and the floor.
8. The Chamber of Dry Mists
9. The Graverobber's Haunt: In this room are three coffins, each containing a skeleton. One of these skeletons is holding a key to the next room. Be careful, though! One of these coffins may contain an angry Temple Guard who will think you're the graverobber. Give him a Pendant to keep him at bay, or 'take his place in the coffin', as Kirk would call it. The room is decorated with piles of dirt, a tombstone by the coffin lying on the ground, and a bag filled with valuables.
10. The Crystalline Lake
11. The Abyssal Ruin
12. The Moss Cavern

And now, for the episodes. I checked as much as I could to make sure I didn't duplicate anyone's, but there's a likely chance I missed someplace where I could have looked. I really hope I didn't steal anyone's artifact, but if I did, please let me know right away.

Layout 1
Episode 1: The Model Manuscript of Copernicus
Episode 2: The Jolly Roger of Emanuel Wynn
Episode 3: The Paper Crown of the Duke of York
Episode 4: The Old Plank of the Theatre
Episode 5: The Golden Apple of Eris
Episode 6: The Controversial Painting of Diego Rivera
Episode 7: The Pierced Helmet of Richard III

Layout 2
Episode 8: The Pomegranate Seeds of Persephone
Episode 9: The Lost Diamond of Orapa
Episode 10: The Missing Triptych of Hieronymus Bosch
Episode 11: The Torn Sail of the HMS Resolution
Episode 12: The Burnt Feather of Olga of Kiev
Episode 13: The Discarded Pith Helmet of Reginald Wingate

Layout 3
Episode 14: The Ivory Tusk of W.D.M. Bell
Episode 15: The Broken Staff of Itzcoatl
Episode 16: The Destroyed Stone Wall of Harfleur
Episode 17: The Broken Sword of Imagawa Yoshimoto
Episode 18: The Black Robe of Vlad the Impaler
Episode 19: The Royal Headdress of Ramses I
Episode 20: The Gold Medal of Jackie Joyner
Episode 21: The Lost Pages of Edgar Allan Poe

Layout 4
Episode 22: The Broken Ramrod of Molly Pitcher
Episode 23: The Unfinished Painting of Georges Seurat
Episode 24: The Smithing Hammer of Hephaestus
Episode 25: The Ruined Crown of the Corrupt Emperor (Li of Zhou)
Episode 26: The Crystal Ball of John Dee
Episode 27: The Hair Boat of Marie Antoinette

Layout 5
Episode 28: The Lance Fragment of Gabriel Montgomery (used w/permission from The Bandit King)
Episode 29: The Lost Diary of Rudolf Diesel
Episode 30: The Missing Recipe of Ruth Wakefield
Episode 31: The Golden Hair of Sif
Episode 32: The Calculating Tables of John Napier
Episode 33: The Fractured Axe Handle of Big Joe Mufferaw
Episode 34: The Ancient Glyph of K'an II

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Episode 35: The Final Letter of Percy Fawcett
Episode 36: The Siege of Constantinople and the Greek Fire Tube
Episode 37: The Long Coat of Doc Holliday
Episode 38: The Top Hat of Moshoeshoe I
Episode 39: The Distinguished Medal of Audie Murphy
Episode 40: The Unscathed Lyre of Emperor Nero

Trivia:
 - The Temple, at first, has a theme of decay to it, in order to imply that it hasn't been used in quite some time.
 - The year has been set! This will take place in 2002, and the prizes will reflect that time frame.
 - The episodes above were not in that order when I wrote them down. What I did was, soon after I finished, put them in a Random Sequence Generator. The result is the episode list you see above; for example, the Unscathed Lyre of Emperor Nero was number 16 on my list, but it wound up being the last episode of Season 1!
 - In addition, some of the artifacts didn't make the final cut. For example, one of the artifacts was "The Razor Blade of Vincent van Gogh", but I became concerned about it due to its dark nature, so it was swapped out for "The Unfinished Painting of Georges Seurat". As much as I want to do something on Vincent van Gogh, the razor blade he held towards his friend might be pushing it a bit. Though considering how dark Legends could get, maybe the artifact would fit in with it, so there's a possibility of it popping up in Season 2.
 - Some of these artifacts were...interesting to find out about. To me, the most outrageous of these would probably be Marie Antoinette's hair boat.
 - The beta title of this was Legends of the Hidden Temple: Echoes. This was scrapped because while the title sounded cool, it was also a bit silly. And I'm pretty sure I was thinking of Metroid Prime 2: Echoes when I thought of this. >_>
 - The Lair of the Butterfly (and, by extension, the Abyssal Ruin) was meant to be a reference to the 'butterfly effect' theory.

And that's about it! If all goes well, the first episode should be up next Thursday, hopefully not early in the morning when I should be asleep. I'll be updating this quite a bit, so be sure to check back often!

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