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The Heart Room / Olmec's Temple Run Strategies!
« on: June 25, 2006, 07:31:00 PM »
I would send in my partner first so I could be the one that wouldn't have to worry about temple guards, and then do every objective as quickly as possible, while taking a short-as-possible path to the artifact. I'd dash through the Dark Forest completely, if I had to enter it, to avoid any temple spirits (like Joel did in te Iron Nose Ring episode.)

That's pretty much it--go in second, and run like a madman. It's not a complex routine, but it would work.

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The Heart Room / My thoughts on teams entering the temple
« on: June 25, 2006, 11:14:49 AM »
Quote from: ""Olmec""
Quote from: ""nicklegends""
It was always an inconvenience to begin in the Ledges in Season 3 because, not only did it take longer than the Crypt to enter and exit, but also because of the trouble of climbing up the wall if the Tomb door didn't open (which nearly always had a temple guard, anyway).

The contestants did have the option of shoving over the column with their hands, but this was only done twice in the third season.

As far as Season 1 goes, it was advantageous, temple guards aside, to enter the Cave of Scythes/Sighs/Size because it was a much shorter distance to the room than taking the awkward steps to the Gargoyle/Gong room.

In Season 2, it didn't really matter, yet teams usually preferred the Crypt to the Ledges.

Hi nicklegends! I've visited the King's Storeroom many times & I love the site. You put so much hard work into it. Me, like you, have seen all 120 episodes, so we have stuff in common haha. Which 2 episodes did the people push the column?

I have a different view on the whole season 1 point of view. I personally would go up the stairs into the Gargoyle/Three Gongs room, because I think it would be easier running up some stairs, pressing 3 [at the most] buttons, than running into the Wall Climb/Troubled Bridge. In the Cave of Size, you have to climb up these hard to climb ledges & find a door (which people don't find sometimes).

Thanks for your comments! :D One of the episodes is The Dried Apple Half of William Tell. There was another for sure, but I'm afraid I can't remember it.

You have a good point, though, about Season 1 entrances. I just wish the players, on every episode, considered as many options as possible before choosing a certain path.

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The Dark Forest / I figured I should introduce myself...
« on: June 25, 2006, 08:57:23 AM »
I've made a few posts already, but it's never too late to announce my arrival.

I'm Nicklegends, the webmaster of http://www.geocities.com/nicklegends. I've been watching the show  since 1996 (in reruns by then), and a few years after it went off the air and came to Nick GaS, about 2003, I began watching the show again. My memories of it flowed back to me, which was enough fuel to make a website about the show.

Since then, many other Legends websites have popped up (put it this way: all but lotht2001's website on my Other Legends Websites page didn't exist when I constructed my site.)

I've seen all 120 episodes, so my interest in the show has decreased slightly, but I continue to update my website whenever something comes up.

I hope I can be a valuable member to this forum simultaneously. :)

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The Pit / What Became of Kirk Fogg?
« on: June 25, 2006, 08:44:00 AM »
http://www.distortionthemovie.com

As a Legends fansite owner, I don't have this link on my own site because Kirk would undoubtedly get bombarded with Legends e-mails (probably asking to be on the show :lol:) and other spam that I wouldn't want the host of my favorite television show getting.

But you can have the link. :wink:

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The Heart Room / My thoughts on teams entering the temple
« on: June 25, 2006, 08:42:39 AM »
It was always an inconvenience to begin in the Ledges in Season 3 because, not only did it take longer than the Crypt to enter and exit, but also because of the trouble of climbing up the wall if the Tomb door didn't open (which nearly always had a temple guard, anyway).

The contestants did have the option of shoving over the column with their hands, but this was only done twice in the third season.

As far as Season 1 goes, it was advantageous, temple guards aside, to enter the Cave of Scythes/Sighs/Size because it was a much shorter distance to the room than taking the awkward steps to the Gargoyle/Gong room.

In Season 2, it didn't really matter, yet teams usually preferred the Crypt to the Ledges.

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The Heart Room / Favorite New Season Three Room
« on: June 24, 2006, 08:33:20 AM »
Season Three had a whole bunch of new rooms mixed with old that lay unvaried for the entirety of the season. Which of the new ones was your favorite of them all, and why? (King's Storeroom is considered since it moved location.)

I'd have to say the Chamber of the Sacred Markers. It had a deceivingly simple objective, and it was always great to watch a temple guard scare stiff the player right after he or she completed the objective in the room.

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The Heart Room / The Silver Monkey
« on: June 24, 2006, 08:17:51 AM »
Silver's fine. If it was a different color, we'd lose Olmec's famous "The Shriiiiine of the Siiiiiiilver Monkey" pronunciation. Besides, I can't think of another good color that would fit. The Shrine of the Brass Monkey? The Shrine of the Purple Monkey? The Shrine of the Chrome Monkey? Nothing seems to fit as well as silver.

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