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Legends: Wild Jungle - Layouts and Trivia
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With a wilder set, wilder temple rooms are needed to complement Legends' new home in the brand new wild and woolly jungle. This is your official guide to the new, nature-filled temple layouts of the show and how to get through each.

In the first season of the show, animals of all kinds dominate the various rooms of the Wild Jungle temple, which all have objectives to be completed to proceed into the next room. Oh, what's that? Oh - don't step on the lion's paw on the way out of his lair - it might wake him up from his afternoon nap.

Season One
Layout One
The Room of the Three Gargoyles— Exactly like its appearance during Season One of the original show.
The Pit of Despair— The same room from early Season Two of the original show.
The Mouth of the Jaguar— Four fangs are placed on a pedestal in the back of the room. The players must place them into the mouth of the jaguar’s head placed in the center of the room.
The Lion's Lair— This room features the wallpaper of the Heart Room with the deep red replaced with yellow. In this room, players must detach two stone lion heads placed on the side walls and place each on its respective lion at the front of the room to open the doors.
The Vine Drop (1)— Three vines hang directly down from the ceiling of the room, each placed over the doorways downward. Players have the options of pulling down on the vines to open the downward doors or hit the actuators to open the doors leading to the adjacent rooms.
The Shrine of the Silver Monkey
The Viper's Nest— The same room from early Season Two of the original show.
The Lion Cage— The room is painted white but is extremely dim. Players can either take the cage up to the Viper’s Nest, climb the ladder to the Shrine of the Silver Monkey, or plow through the stone wall to the Sacred Safari.
The Sacred Safari— Players can either search for a magnetic key hidden in the trunk of one of the two elephants in the room to open the doors, or plow through the stone wall to the Lion Cage.
The Tropical Forest— This room’s appearance is similar to that of the Swamp in Season One of the original show, but in place of any netting are vines and tropical plants to make maneuvers more difficult.
The Chameleon Chamber— Six unlit chameleon paintings are on the walls of the room and, beside each, a small actuator. Players may hit an actuator to light up its respective chameleon. The doors open after the chameleon that matches the color of the player’s team is lit up.
The Mining Chamber— Think “Season Three Ledges”, but even darker. The room resembles an old abandoned mine, painted mostly a dark gray with piles of gold scattered deep within the room.

Layout Two
The Room of the Three Gargoyles
The Pit of Despair
The Mouth of the Jaguar
The Lion's Lair
The Vine Drop (1)
The Shrine of the Silver Monkey
The Viper's Nest
The Lion Cage
The Sacred Safari
The Spider's Lair— The same room from Season One of the original show.
The Chameleon Chamber
The Mining Chamber

Layout Three
The Room of the Three Gargoyles
The Pit of Despair
The Mouth of the Jaguar
The Lion's Lair
The Vine Drop (1)
The Shrine of the Silver Monkey
The Forest Fire Room— If a player enters from the Wild Whirlpool, they need to complete a four-piece puzzle in the front pedestal of the room. There is a small model of a fire placed on the front pedestal, split into four movable pieces. The players must take four puzzle pieces from the back of the room that form the picture of a puddle when placed properly. Placing all four puzzle pieces correctly will push down the entire fire model and open the door to the Shrine. On the other hand, to enter the Wild Whirlpool, contestants simply tug an oversized burnt palm leaf to open the downward door.
The Wild Whirlpool— A pool of foamy water (blue, white, and gray plastic balls). Players must either climb the slide up to the Forest Fire Room, climb the ladder to the Shrine of the Silver Monkey, or plow through the wall into the Sacred Safari.
The Sacred Safari
The Spider's Lair
The Chameleon Chamber
The Mining Chamber

Layout Four
The Room of the Three Gargoyles
The Pit of Despair
The Mouth of the Jaguar
The Lion's Lair
The Lush Opening— Players can either push their way through a thick wall of plants to enter the room below or hit an actuator to access the adjacent rooms.
The Shrine of the Silver Monkey
The Forest Fire Room
The Wild Whirlpool
The Sacred Safari
The Tropical Forest
The Chameleon Chamber
The Mining Chamber

Layout Five
The Room of the Three Gargoyles
The Pit of The Fallen Logs— The floor of the room is strewn with green and yellow plastic balls, foam blocks, and fallen logs. Players must simply maneuver through the mess to advance in the Temple. A set of vines assist in climbing the outer walls of the room.
The Mouth of the Jaguar
The Room of the Boulders— The entire room is strewn with large boulders (similar to those used in the Chute Toss team Temple Game used in Season Three of the original show). Contestants may exit the room by hitting the actuator for its corresponding door.
The Lush Opening
The Shrine of the Silver Monkey
The Forest Fire Room
The Wild Whirlpool
The Sacred Safari
The Tropical Forest
The Chameleon Chamber
The Mining Chamber

Dive into the second season of Wild Jungle, and it's hotter than ever - you've landed in a new tropical paradise of a temple. Exotic creatures prowl, slither, swim, and squawk their way through the heated, mist-filled temple, and every now and then, you might just find yourself in a curtain of plant life or two. Mind your step as you wade through pools of water!

Season Two
Layout One
The Room of the Tropicana Birds— Three tropical birds are placed along the outer walls of the room with large orange beaks on each. Players must push down on the top part of the beak of the correct bird to open the door.
The Jungle Crevice— Two stone slabs are placed on either side of the room. Players can swing across the crevice on a vine or jump down into the pit of foam blocks below. They may then hit an actuator to open its corresponding door.
The Mouth of the Jaguar
The Lion's Lair— All that has changed is that the wallpaper’s yellow color has been changed to ochre.
The Vine Drop (2)— Essentially a combination of the two previous rooms occupying this room space. Players can either push down a wall of plant growth in the center of the room to climb down into the room below or tug on the vines hanging from the ceiling. The correct vine opens the side doors.
The Shrine of the Silver Monkey
The Catfish Cove— If players enter from the Falls, players must unhook a fish from the outer walls of the room and place it on the correct of the three pedestals at the front of the room. If players wish to access the Falls, they would simply need to hit an actuator to open the door.
The Falls— An icy blue spiral slide connecting the Catfish Cove and the Secret Spring. Players simply need to climb up or down the tunnel.
The Secret Spring— All that has changed from the Wild Whirlpool is that the plastic balls in the room have been changed to darker blue and green.
The Sacred Safari— The lighting in this room has been dimmed considerably.
The Tropical Forest— The green lights in this room have been dimmed to create a “scarier” atmosphere.
The Chameleon Chamber
The Mining Chamber— The front entrance of the room accessible only in Season One has been blocked off with a pile of gold. Players may now enter the room via a slide behind Olmec.

Layout Two
The Room of the Tropicana Birds
The Jungle Crevice
The Mouth of the Jaguar
The Anaconda's Sanctuary— Players must grab a large rubber snake off the front ledge and feed it into the correct of the two holes in the side walls of the room.
The Vine Drop (2)
The Shrine of the Silver Monkey
The Catfish Cove
The Falls
The Secret Spring
The Abandoned Camp— A central wooden cage is placed on a rock ledge in the center of the room. Players must smash it open to grab the magnetic key in the inside to open the doors, or plow through the stone wall to enter the Secret Spring.
The Tropical Forest
The Treasury of the Monkeys— Three bunches of fruit (either bananas or grapes) are hung off the rungs of the ladder upward. To open the doors, a contestant must place the correct bunch on the altar in the front of the room. Once they do so, the altar glows green and a monkey’s scream is heard.
The Mining Chamber

Layout Three
The Room of the Tropicana Birds
The Jungle Crevice
The Wildebeest's Hideout— In place of a jaguar head is a wildebeest head with two rotatable horns. To open the doors, players must spin the correct of the two horns.
The Anaconda's Sanctuary
The Vine Drop (2)
The Shrine of the Silver Monkey
The Catfish Cove— Players now need to take the elevator to the Lion Cage if they wish to head downward.
The Lion Cage
The Secret Woods— The Secret Woods are a dark, burned-down area of an old abandoned forest. Players must peel off the top of a rotting log in the front of the room to find the key or plow through the stone wall to the Lion Cage.
The Tropical Forest
The Treasury of the Monkeys
The Tigers' Den— This room is more like the Cave of Sighs, with sharper and more jagged rockwork. However, the rock is now a sandy brown and lit by faint yellow-orange lights.

Layout Four
The Room of the Tropicana Birds
The Jungle Crevice
The Wildebeest's Hideout
The Anaconda's Sanctuary
The Vine Drop (2)
The Shrine of the Silver Monkey
The Catfish Cove
The Lion Cage
The Forest of a Thousand Dragons— The room is very dim, lit by a few green lights. A magnetic key is hidden in the mouth of one of six dragons placed around the room. Alternatively, players may break through the stone wall to the Lion Cage.
The Grand Marsh— The green lights have been moved out of this room area again. This room resembles the Swamp from Season Two of the original show but with two large alligators in the back of the room. The correct alligator has a large tongue that will unroll when its mouth is open. Pulling the tongue opens a door.
The Treasury of the Monkeys
The Tigers' Den

Layout Five
The Room of the Tropicana Birds
The Walk of Faith — A swaying bridge made of three vines (one for the feet, two for the hands) connecting the Room of the Tropicana Birds and the Wildebeests’ Hideout.
The Wildebeest's Hideout
The Anaconda's Sanctuary
The Elephant's Cave— The players must open up three boxes at the front of the room in search of the large peanut. Then they have to take it and place it one of three elephant's (blue, purple, and pink) mouths and close it. If it is the right elephant, the mouth will stay shut and the doors will open. If it's not, then the mouth will release again. When the doors do open, a loud roar of delight from an elephant can be heard.
The Shrine of the Silver Monkey
The Catfish Cove— On top of the addition of large wooden buckets placed on the front pedestals, players must now complete the room’s objective heading either way.
The Secret Spring
The Forest of a Thousand Dragons
The Grand Marsh
The Treasury of the Monkeys
The Vine Drop (3)— In the Vine Drop’s newest location, players must pull down the correct of three vines to raise a stone slab blocking access to the Treasury of the Monkeys.
The Tigers' Den

Layout Six
The Room of the Tropicana Birds
The Walk of Faith
The Wildebeest's Hideout
The Anaconda's Sanctuary
The Lion Cave— The players must place themselves into one of three lion heads placed on the back of the room and rest their backs on an actuator in the back of the head. If it's the right actuator, the doors open and a loud roar is heard. Like the Room of the Ancient Warriors, the Temple Guards hide behind the walls which the suits are mounted on.
The Shrine of the Silver Monkey
The Catfish Cove
The Falls
The Secret Spring
The Forest of a Thousand Dragons
The Grand Marsh
The Treasury of the Monkeys
The Vine Drop
The Tiger's Den

Bring in the salty air of the sea as Season Three takes the Temple to the sandy beaches and crystal-clear waters of the Wild Jungle. Cross springs, wade through sand, and dodge pirates galore in an exciting new adventure of a third season.

Season Three
Layout One
The Oasis— Three palm large trees are placed around the room, with their palms hanging down into the room to slow down players. One would need to push in the trunk of the correct tree to proceed on.
The Seagull Swing— A simple rope hangs over a long net, filled with fish, stretching the gap between two cliffs. Players can swing to either ledge and hit an actuator to open its corresponding door.
The Eagle’s Nest— A central nest is placed upon a table-like rock formation among many stalagmites, and inside are three eggs. One contains the red key, that, when found and placed in the correct of the three back pedestals, opens the doors.
The Boneyard— Three bones of different sizes protrude from the ground. A player would need to pull the bones out and hang them from the ceiling in the correct order—shortest to longest from left to right—to open any doors.
The Leopard’s Lair— Possibly one of the hardest rooms to pass through. A large nine-piece puzzle is located in the back of the room, except with a third of the pieces missing, to form a pattern of spots resembling leopard hide. The three missing pieces are at the front of the room, and players must correctly place them to open a door.
The Shrine of the Silver Monkey— There are now two fog machines placed in the two top corners of the room that leak out mist rather than spew it out now. When the objective of the room is completed, they shoot out mist.
The Catfish Cove
The First Mate’s Secret Passage— A “gold” spiral slide vertically linking the two corner rooms, with a Jolly Roger hanging in front of it. Players simply climb up or slide down the passage to get to the room they need to.
The Sandy Shore— The room is filled with sandy yellow plastic balls and a treasure chest sits in the middle of the room. Players must make their way through the obstacles to proceed on.
The Forest of a Thousand Dragons
The Bamboo Forest— Same name the room from the original series, but there are some changes. All green lighting has been removed. Instead, the room resembles an Asian bamboo jungle, with more plants in the back of the room, and it is lit by a few dim lights.
The Ghostly Gorge— The room resembles a burned-down forest, with crisp bare trees, a leaf-covered floor, and sharp rock formations. A rickety bridge covers a pool of water, and from there, players must reach up and pull down up to eight bats from a branch running over their heads. The correct bat opens the door.
The Secret Spring— A simple pit filled with blue and green plastic balls (“water”). Players hit actuators to exit the room.
The Quartzite Canyon— A very simple room; pale pink rockwork covers the entire room, forming jagged ledges that players navigate to exit the room.

Layout Two
The Oasis
The Seagull Swing
The Eagle’s Nest
The Boneyard
The Leopard’s Lair
The Shrine of the Silver Monkey
Calico Jack’s Ship— The bow of a pirate ship is placed in the center of the room, and a skull hanging above it with two sheaths below it. The player must climb up onto the ship and correctly sheath two cutlasses to open the doors.
The First Mate’s Secret Passage
The Sandy Shore
The Orangutan’s Refuge— Definitely a tough room, but one of my favorites. The entire room is basically a continuation of the Bamboo Forest, but with four orangutans hanging from branches all over the room. In one of the orangutans’ hands is the key, and the players must find the key if they want to open a door. Alternatively, players can break through the adjacent stone wall.
The Bamboo Forest
The Ghostly Gorge
The Secret Spring
The Quartzite Canyon

Layout Three
The Oasis
The Desert— The Desert is a large room filled with “sand” (sandy yellow plastic balls). The walls are covered in sandstone, and grips are mounted on the rockface to assist climbing. A stone tower rises up from the floor, with a flat platform on top. Players may access rooms at the bottom floor by jumping down, or making their way across the rickety bridges to reach the other side. This is an actuator-based room.
The Eagle’s Nest
The Cretaceous Cave— Not much has changed since the Boneyard's departure except that the bones in the ground are now of different shape and a gigantic "dinosaur" ribcage hangs on the back door that covers the ladder upward (players can still access the ladder, they just have to bend down and climb through the ribcage). Missing from the ribcage are three bones, which need to be correctly placed for the doors to open.
The Swashbuckler's Stash— Three small treasure chests sit upon pedestals. Players must open the chests in hopes of finding a diamond among other treasure in the boxes, and then place it inside a hole in the back wall to open the doors.
The Shrine of the Silver Monkey
Calico Jack’s Ship
The First Mate’s Secret Passage
The Quicksand Bog— Although it shares a name with a room also in this space in the original series, this room looks different—green tarp (“plants”) and black plastic balls (“murky water”) cover the soggy floor of the room, and vines hang down messily. Players may choose to climb up the First Mate’s Secret Passage, break through the stone wall, or try to enter the Shrine of the Silver Monkey.
Fogg Falls— Named after Kirk Fogg himself! The first room on the show to use real water; the front of the room has been blocked off by a large bamboo dam, and water fills the pool formed. In the back of the room, large amounts of mist pour down to simulate a waterfall, and more mist appropriately rises from the floor to simulate a splash pool. Because of the nature of the room, a key is simply placed on a rock ledge in the front of the room, and players use it to open the doors. Temple guards emerge out of the back door onto a raised stone platform.
Peril Pond— Appropriately continuing the theme from next door, this room is also filled with water, and tree branches hang above a set of stepping stones literally floating in the water. Players need to make their way across, holding only onto the branches above, and then hit an actuator to exit. There are two ledges on either side of the room, and a moss-covered platform in the back for a temple guard to emerge on.
The Ghostly Gorge
The Quartzite Canyon

Layout Four
The Oasis
The Cliff— Connecting two very large drops down is a net that players must climb across sideways, before hitting an actuator to carry on. Alternatively, players may drop down into the Forbidden Valley below.
The Eagle’s Nest
The Cretaceous Cave
The Swashbuckler's Stash
The Shrine of the Silver Monkey
Calico Jack’s Ship
The First Mate’s Secret Passage
The Quicksand Bog
Fogg Falls
Peril Pond
The Ghostly Gorge
The Forbidden Valley— In this dark, dangerous-looking valley, players must simply cross the "river" (black and blue plastic balls) and then hit an actuator to move on. Alternatively, they could attempt to climb to the Cliff above.
The Quartzite Canyon

Layout Five
The Oasis
The Cumbersome Crossing— A rickety wooden bridge stretches across two sun-baked, scorching red ledges. Players must make their way across, and then hit an actuator to exit the room. Players may also access the Tree House via the ledge (though protected by a railing, so switching floors is not possible)
The Eagle’s Nest
The Cretaceous Cave
The Leopard's Lair
The Shrine of the Silver Monkey
Calico Jack’s Ship
The First Mate’s Secret Passage
Fogg Falls
Peril Pond
The Ghostly Gorge
The Chasm— In this valley, its walls have been singed by the sun, boulders of similar reddish-brown color are scattered around it, and a bucket hangs down in the middle. Players must fill the bucket with five rocks to raise a stone slab blocking access to the door of the Ghostly Gorge.
The Quartzite Canyon

Layout Six
The Oasis
The Cumbersome Crossing
The Treetop Lookout— Long abandoned by the previous inhabitants is a ancient space observation point left intact by the mysterious Mayans. A central stone platform is surrounded by palms, and on a pedestal is a wooden board with slots cut into them—each slot being a path for a movable star. The players need to move all the stars to the top of the board to open the doors.
The Coral’s Corner— Named after the deadly coral snake, the room is designed to look like a likely hideout for one with mess and rotting plants all over the place. In the front of the room are three clay jars. Players pull off their covers, the two wrong jars squirting water at the contestants, but the correct containing a rubber coral snake that pops out when found. The player needs to pull the snake out to open the doors.
The Leopard's Lair
The Shrine of the Silver Monkey
Calico Jack’s Ship
The First Mate’s Secret Passage
The Quicksand Bog
Fogg Falls
Peril Pond
The Ghostly Gorge
The Chasm
The Quartzite Canyon

Additional Credits
I'd like to thank the following people for submitting - or giving me the permission to use - their rooms for the layouts of Wild Jungle:
The Ancient Warrior: The Chameleon Chamber, The Tropical Forest, The Mouth of the Jaguar, The Walk of Faith, basic idea for The Vine Drop (3)
Olmec: The Sacred Safari, permission for using the name "The Anaconda's Sanctuary"
super red jaguar: The Forest of a Thousand Dragons
karmew32: The Boneyard, The Swashbuckler's Stash
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« Reply #1 on: April 21, 2007, 08:34:49 AM »
Glad I could help! These all look like some really awesome rooms.
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« Reply #2 on: April 22, 2007, 02:43:55 AM »
what happened to my room did you not think it good enough or what?

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« Reply #3 on: April 22, 2007, 01:32:12 PM »
It might show up in Season 2, I have a feeling, but he'd allready decided on the Season 1 Layouts before you joined is the thing.
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« Reply #4 on: April 27, 2007, 05:32:20 AM »
Every show comes with a share of trivia, especially an exciting game show such as this one. This is a, in point form, a list of many facts, feats, and tidbits of Wild Jungle.

Temple Run Victories (Organized by Team)



~The first episode to finish production was Captain Kidd and the Hangman's Rope
~Kirk's entrance in the first season was very simple: after the opening sequence, the pendant simply shattered and cut to a scene of Kirk walking down the steps of the temple from behind Olmec.
~Kirk's second season entrance featured him sliding down a vine in the Jungle Crevice and walking out on to the stage.
~Most of the second season opening sequence was a combination of both opening sequences used in the original show. There is the monkey sound effect, as well as the elephant sound effect later on. Olmec is first viewed from the front, and green lightning flashes when the pendant crashes together.
~The opening sequence and Kirk's entrance were always pre-recorded, and used for every episode. When Kirk asks Olmec about the title of the legend, a far shot of Olmec lighting up is given, followed by a cut to an up-close view of Olmec talking.
~All three Season 1, Layout 1 episodes pitted the Red Jaguars and Orange Iguanas against each other in the Temple Games.
~The first win was "The Telescope of Sir Francis Drake".
~The gongs early in the first season were just buttons with lights, but in the later part of the season and for the rest of the show, they were all covered in moss.
~The first solo run achieved was in the Ashes of the Chinese Books, achieved by Christina of the Purple Parrots.
~Olmec is lit in an orange glow for the first season.
~The set resembles a tropical jungle-style ambience. Vines hang everywhere and there are even more plants and greenery than the ordinary show.
~The team candles at the end of the moat are removed for the early episodes of Season 1, but are present from Episode 10 and onwards (starting at Season 1, Layout 3) up till Episode 20 (the last Season One epsiode)
~The temple gates for the first season are the two large torches in front of Olmec, with green flames on top, like in the first season of the real show (except the flames were orange). For the second season, a real gate was installed halfway on the steps.
~The first episode in which the run ends with three temple guards is The Book of the Pompeii Library
~Olmec's temple rundowns go clockwise in Season One, Layouts 1-3 (like in Season 2 of the real show) but starting from Season One, Layout 4 and onwards till Season Two, Layout Two, theya re anticlockwise (like Season Three of the real show). Then it switches back to clcokwise again.
~In Season Two, the gongs' sounds change to a deeper, more Japanese-style gong sound
~The entire temple gets darker in Season Two, and the Shrine of the Silver Monkey, the Jungle Crevice, and the Chameleon Chamber recieve more mist
~In Season Two, the team candles are removed, and a stone statue of the animal of each team is in place of them (like for the end of the Red Jaguar's section of the Moat, there is a jaguar statue).
~In Season Two, Olmec's lighting pattern changes to a deep vermilion color, and sticks that way for the rest of the show's episodes
~In Season Two, even more debris, plant growth, and water appears in front of the temple.



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« Reply #5 on: April 27, 2007, 03:28:45 PM »
Just wondering so it can be pictured better.  Is the lighting of the set in general like it was in the first season of the original show, or the way it was in later seasons?
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« Reply #6 on: August 11, 2007, 10:31:48 PM »
The lighting is like in the later seasons, the lights were also a slight greener than normal.



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« Reply #7 on: August 17, 2007, 04:56:44 AM »
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« Reply #8 on: May 24, 2008, 11:42:08 PM »
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« Reply #9 on: May 30, 2008, 04:59:20 AM »
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« Reply #10 on: May 30, 2008, 10:16:36 PM »
Olmec, if you're here, then I have to say sorry for using the name "Anaconda's Sanctury" for the "center-of-the-room" room of the temple layout 2 of Season 2.

It wasn't till I looked through my PMs where I realized that you told me that I could use the Anaconda's Sanctury. Then I looked through he Make Your Own Rooms thread and you had written up a room description called the Anaconda's Sanctury.

I apologize for my carelessness.



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« Reply #11 on: August 18, 2009, 12:39:08 AM »
Alright, here's the work I've gotten up to for planning Season 3 Layout 1 so far...

Crypt Area: The Oasis - There's three big palm trees embedded into the wall, and hanging down from them are some large dropping [plastic] palms. The players must press the correct tree trunk to move on.

Pit Area: The Seagull Swing/The Secret Spring [Relocated] - Not exactly a split-pit, but I had a name for the top part. Players can swing from ledge to ledge on a rope (or drop down into the fish-filled net below) or jump down into the blue ball pit below.

Central Shaft Top: The Eagle's Nest - Players break open one or more eggs to find the red key, which must be placed into the back pedestal to open the doors.

Center Room: The Anaconda's Sanctuary

Idols Area: I have no idea. :D

Shrine Area: The Shrine of the Silver Monkey

Top Corner: The Catfish Cove

Corner Connector: The First Mate's Secret Passage - Nothing has changed from the Falls, except for a new yellow-gold paintjob and the "Danger" sign being replaced by a Jolly Roger (NOT a Jolly "Rancher"...LLO, you FAIL, haha).

Bottom Corner: Dunno yet... I'd have a room called the Crystal Caverns lit only by a couple of pink lights, and lots of colorful radiant crystals decorating the room...only if the Quartzite Canyon isn't used (read on to find out more about it).

Golden Doors Area: Keeping the Forest of a Thousand Dragons...

Swamp Area: The Ghostly Gorge - This room is themed like a dark forest, with some jagged rockwork littering the room. Also, there are some dead trees and scattered branches throughout the room. Hanging upside down from a horizontal branch running above the room are three bats. Players must pull off one or more bats to find the correct one and open the doors.

Central Shaft Bottom: *Imitates Danny* I...DON'T...KNOW!!!!!

Bottom Entrance: The Quartzite Canyon - A pinkish-type colored rockwork now covers the Tiger's Den. Nothing has really changed.

So...which one should I keep? The Quartzite Canyon? Or The Crystal Caverns? Comments and submissions are welcome!



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« Reply #12 on: August 22, 2009, 04:22:53 AM »
I'm still testing out some rooms for Season 3 Layout 1 right now. I've moved the Ghostly Gorge to the bottom-central shaft area, is this a good idea in your opinions?



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« Reply #13 on: August 29, 2009, 06:58:18 AM »
*Crickets continue chirping*

Anyhow, I've decided that I will keep the Quartzite Canyon for the new bottom entrance room. In the bottom corner will be a replacement room called "The Sandy Shore". Easy objective - get through the "sand" and over the treasure chest to access the ladder, the wall, and the First Mate's Secret Passage.



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« Reply #14 on: June 25, 2010, 04:35:39 PM »
Very late response, but the Sandy Shore really seems to work with with the Catfish Cove and First Mate's Secret Passage much better than the Crystal Caverns could have.  That, and if you used the Crystal Caverns you'd have two very similar rooms in the Temple at the same time (unless you decided to revolutionize the bottom entrance). :P
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