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Legends of the Hidden Temple: World History Temple Layouts
« on: June 22, 2009, 01:55:13 PM »
As of right now, it's not planned to become a fan fic, but it may. Hope you guys like my layouts. All new rooms will be in bold while rooms that I have made up myself will be in bolded italics, while in layout 1 they will only be in italics. Please note that Layouts 1-3 follow an Ancient Egyptian theme to the rooms while Layouts 4-6 follow an Ancient Greek theme to the rooms. Layout 7 follows an Ancient Rome theme to the rooms.

Season 1: Ancient Egypt/Ancient Greece/Ancient Rome

Layout 1
1)              Room of the Ancient Scarabs- In this room, there are 3 scarabs hanging on the walls. A player only needs to hit the correct scarab to open the doors.
2)             The Snake Pit- On the floor of the room are plastic snakes. To open the doors of this room, the player must push over a (foam) statue of Osiris at the front of the pit, most commonly by means of swinging on a vine.
3)             The Observatory- A player entering this room needs to spin a centrally-placed sundial to open one or more doors.
4)   The Room of the Ancient Hieroglyphs- Placed on the walls of this room are three stone hieroglyphs that must be used at the center of the room to complete a pattern so that it matches a given configuration.
5)   The Crocodile's Sanctuary- There is a giant crocodile mouth in the center of the room, & each wall has 3 fish. The player will take down the fish & put them in the crocodile's mouth. Once the crocodile gets all 9 fish in the mouth, a door will open.
6)   Shrine of the Silver Monkey- In here, a player assembles a three-piece monkey statue, whose segments are placed on shelves about the room, at a pedestal at the front of the room to open the doors.
7)   The Vipers Nest- If entering the room from below, a player needs to pull the lids off of the jars at the front of the room in search of a snake that, when found and pulled on, may open the door. If entering from the Shrine, the player need only take the Pharaoh?s Secret Passage to access the room below.
8)   The Quicksand Bog
9)   The Tomb of Ancient Kings
10)   The Pharaoh's Bestiary- In the center of the room is a throne, surrounded by large golden statues of various animals (a leopard, jackal and eagle, respectively, with cages full of fake animals in the foreground). On the throne is a golden studded collar. Place the collar on the correct animal statue to proceed.
11)   The Ancient Tomb
12)   The Ledges

Layout 3:
1)   The Crypt- A player in this room pulls golden books from the three skeletons in hopes that one opens a door.
2)   The Snake Pit
3)   The Observatory
4)   The Room of the Ancient Hieroglyphs
5)   The Kings Storeroom- A player entering this room first needs to break as many as three pots in search of a red key, which can then be placed in correct pot pedestal of three to open a door.
6)   Shrine of the Silver Monkey
7)   The Vipers Nest
8)   The Quicksand Bog
9)   The Dark Forest- Here, a player can either search for a key in the tree trunks of the two trees that may allow access upwards or to the right, or bust through the stone wall and progress to the left. The trees may be inhabited by the spirit of a temple guard while a player searches in a tree or passes through the room, causing that player to surrender a pendant of life.
10)   The Labyrinth of the Minotaur- Navigate through the small maze and hit the correct actuator, which is hidden somewhere in the maze. (There are 3 possible actuators)
11)   The Throne of Hades- There is a wooden bridge leading across a "fire pit" There is a throne on a stone island accessible from the bridge. The players have to sit on the throne and hit the two actuators (on the arm rests) to open the doors. The ladder upwards is on the stone island.
12)   The Ledges

Layout 5:
1)   The Crypt
2)   The Snake Pit
3)   Temple of Olympus
4)   Medusa?s Lair (v. 2)
5)   The Kings Storeroom
6)   Shrine of the Silver Monkey
7)   The Torch Room- If entering this room from the lower level, a contestant needs to take a torch placed on a wall and place it in the correct of three pedestals to open the door to the Shrine of the Silver Monkey. If entering from the Shrine, the player need only take the elevator downwards without having completed another objective.
8)   The Dungeon
9)   The Dark Forest
10)   The Labyrinth of the Minotaur
11)   The Throne of Pluto- There is a wooden bridge leading across a "fire pit" There is a throne on a stone island accessible from the bridge. The players have to sit on the throne and hit the two actuators (on the arm rests) to open the doors. The ladder upwards is on the stone island.
12)   The Ledges
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The following people deserve credit for their rooms or ideas that shaped a few of the rooms that were created:
-Room of the Ancient Scarabs- Headbanger15
-Room of the Ancient Hieroglyphs- Nicklegends
-The Crocodile?s Sanctuary- Olmec
-The Ancient Tomb- The Bamboo Forest
-The Pharaoh?s Bestiary- SynjoDeonecros
-The Sacred Library- The Bamboo Forest
-The Labyrinth of the Minotaur- silverMarker
-Throne of Hades/Throne of Pluto- The Bamboo Forest

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Legends of the Hidden Temple: World History Temple Layouts
« Reply #1 on: June 22, 2009, 08:16:00 PM »
I like how you've used common themes in the rooms of each layout (in this case Ancient Egypt and Greece). Finally I see someone using my rooms! :)

I would love to see how it would go if you turned it into a fanfic series.

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