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Re: Legends of the Hidden Temple Teams Rankings
« Reply #60 on: February 28, 2015, 03:50:29 PM »
Overall, this was one of the worst teams to enter the temple and they barely miss out of the bottom 10 teams. The Purple Parrots were a better team and they should've gone to the temple. No excuses for Jason and Dana's poor temple run either. Lissy and Nate from "Queen Boadicea" had an identical layout, and they almost pulled off a win! One of the most unlikable teams ever, and that is because everything they did was painful to watch. :roll:

The Smashed Printing Plate and Queen Boadicea runs did not have identical paths. Jason and Dana were allowed to progress directly from the Chamber of the Sacred Markers to the Room of the Ancient Warriors (the King's Storeroom could have been completed if Jason chose to head there from the Pit, but would have ended up heading down to the Chamber of the Sacred Markers anyway); Lissy and Nate were forced to complete the King's Storeroom objective in addition to the Chamber of the Sacred Markers. Additionally, Nate was only given the option to head down to the Dark Forest from the Shrine, while multiple doors opened from the Shrine for Jason.

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« Reply #61 on: February 28, 2015, 04:32:07 PM »
Oh man, this team. :roll: This was by far one of the most undeserved teams to ever make it past the moat, let alone to the temple. I don't care if the Purple Parrots got destroyed in the temple games, they would've done a MUCH better job in the temple than those two worthless losers did. Jason sucked, did multiple things wrong in the temple, and Dana was by far the most unlikeable contestant in the history of the show. They deserve the criticism they get, and I'm glad they ranked as low as they did. How this team gets treated like a charity case is beyond me. Even if there was zero cheating all episoe, I would still hate them. This temple run, like Lucky Pig, Enormous Feather, etc. was just a pathetic loss. Very pathetic team in every aspect. :roll:

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« Reply #62 on: March 01, 2015, 01:37:16 AM »
Overall, this was one of the worst teams to enter the temple and they barely miss out of the bottom 10 teams. The Purple Parrots were a better team and they should've gone to the temple. No excuses for Jason and Dana's poor temple run either. Lissy and Nate from "Queen Boadicea" had an identical layout, and they almost pulled off a win! One of the most unlikable teams ever, and that is because everything they did was painful to watch. :roll:

The Smashed Printing Plate and Queen Boadicea runs did not have identical paths. Jason and Dana were allowed to progress directly from the Chamber of the Sacred Markers to the Room of the Ancient Warriors (the King's Storeroom could have been completed if Jason chose to head there from the Pit, but would have ended up heading down to the Chamber of the Sacred Markers anyway); Lissy and Nate were forced to complete the King's Storeroom objective in addition to the Chamber of the Sacred Markers. Additionally, Nate was only given the option to head down to the Dark Forest from the Shrine, while multiple doors opened from the Shrine for Jason.

The only real difference between the two runs was that Nate and Lissy were forced to go into the King's Storeroom. And the temple guard placement was a little deeper into the temple in Smashed Printing Plate.The real reason I compared them was because both teams swept the temple games, both were Red Jaguars, and both had Headless Kings artifacts. Sorry if that was confusing because it even confused me when I read it. :afro: But other than that, both Red Jaguar teams had a similar path  Lissy and especially Nate made better time than Jason in the temple. While there were multiple doors open for Jason from the Shrine, he really should've saw the Dark Forest door open. Other contestants like Tiffani and Tess saw all of their doors open and they still used the Shrine shortcut. Jason just wasn't attentive at all in the temple. I think the Queen Boadicea team would've won in the Printing Plate layout due to having one less guard. And I think the last guard was in the Crypt in Printing Plate too?

Oh man, this team. :roll: This was by far one of the most undeserved teams to ever make it past the moat, let alone to the temple. I don't care if the Purple Parrots got destroyed in the temple games, they would've done a MUCH better job in the temple than those two worthless losers did. Jason sucked, did multiple things wrong in the temple, and Dana was by far the most unlikeable contestant in the history of the show. They deserve the criticism they get, and I'm glad they ranked as low as they did. How this team gets treated like a charity case is beyond me. Even if there was zero cheating all episoe, I would still hate them. This temple run, like Lucky Pig, Enormous Feather, etc. was just a pathetic loss. Very pathetic team in every aspect. :roll:

Coincidentally, I would support all the Purple Parrot teams in the losses you posted. :P I hated this episode and team since day one. Dana was so f'ing obnoxious in this episode. She kept making faces when Olmec/Kirk was talking to her and she kept shouting during the temple run. :x I like how with very little time to herself she still screws up in the temple. :roll: Jason was no prize either and I could see why Dana was shouting at him. I am so glad to get this team out of the way because they really are on of my most hated teams ever. At least Golden Cricket Cage's team can be entertaining to make fun of. :lol: :oops:

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Re: Legends of the Hidden Temple Teams Rankings
« Reply #63 on: March 01, 2015, 04:14:04 PM »
The Royal Torque team would've won with Smashed Printing Plate's layout, I don't care who went first. So I really don't see how this is confusing at all. I mean, Lissy and Nate had a MUCH harder layout, yet they actually reached their artifact. Yet Jason and Dana had every single shortcut possible opened to them, but failed miserably. There was no excuse for this bad performance. Jason deserves all the criticism he gets. So thus, it's not hard to see that any average team would've won with Smashed Printing Plate's layout. :roll:

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« Reply #64 on: March 02, 2015, 12:33:31 AM »
Another day another ranking! This time, it is outer space's favorite team. :afro:

109. Karisa and David, Enormous Feather
- 4th in Moat
- 2nd in Steps of Knowledge
- Beat the Purple Parrots in a 1-1 tiebreaker
- Failed escape temple run

I haven't even started the rankings yet and this team is already making my blood boil. :x You might wonder why a team that reached the artifact rank so low? Well, it is for two reasons: 1.) They barely scraped by every round of the temple and 2.) Karisa was one of the worst second runners of Season 3. Before we touch the temple run, let's talk about the Orange Iguanas pre-temple round. That is right, they literally did the bare minimum to pass each round. That is like the definition of scraping by. :roll: In the moat, the Orange Iguanas barely beat out the Green Monkeys for the last spot. In the SoK, the Purple Parrots got all 3 of their questions right before the Orange Iguanas even tried to answer. The temple games had the Orange Iguanas win their individual games, but they got slaughtered in the team game by the Purple Parrots. Seriously, Purple won 4-1 in the swinging bag game. Just like all Orange-Purple episodes, the Orange Iguans omnce again beat the Purple Parrots in the tiebreaker. :?

The temple run was one of the most frustrating temple runs in the history of the show. David was a pretty quick frontrunner and made good time on the bottom floor. He was taken out in the Dark Forest with around 2 minutes left. Karisa... she was the exact opposite of David. TMH put it perfectly when he said that she was "the most retarded girl of Season 3". Seriously, this girl f**ked up this run big time. She was taking her sweet ass time in the temple. For example, in the Pit of the Pendulum, she spent extra time just trying to drop down safely. After slowly walking along the bottom floor, she finally makes her way into the Quicksand Bog. But wait! She wastes even more time getting confused by the room objective! HOW DO YOU GET CONFUSED IN THE QUICKSAND BOG! It is like getting confused in the Treasure Room. :roll: :roll: :roll: When she finally figures out that she has to go up, she still is moving slow and looks lost. :x Both David and Kirk were getting impatient with her. After wasting time in the Shrine and Ancient Warriors, the door to the King's Storeroom opens with 20 seconds left. But Karisa is still moving like a f**king snail. Time ends in the Pit of the Pendulum. Way to go Karisa, you really blew it this time. We all wish that your temple run ended in triple capture. :roll:

Overall, this was a horrible team. They literally scraped by every round and Karisa was a horrible player in general. The Purple Parrots were definitely the clear cut better team in this episode. Especially considered they finished first in every round. This team reminds me of "Lucky Pig" where one player carried the team all day (David) while the other player f**ked everything up (Karisa). The only reason they didn't rank lower was because David was a pretty good contestant all day and the team actually managed to reach the artifact too. Other than that, Karisa had no business being on the show in the first place. :roll: And don't fall for what people say about the "War Fan" team too. While the Silver Snakes in that episode got to the temple the exact same way as the Orange Iguanas in this episode, they were also a better and more competitive. And their temple run is way more forgivable than this one. Screw you Karisa. :x
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Re: Legends of the Hidden Temple Teams Rankings
« Reply #65 on: March 02, 2015, 04:47:53 PM »
Dang, this features one of the worst players in the shows history. This episode is like a spitting image of Lucky Pig, where the male player drags the entire team through the episode because the female player is completely useless. In this case, David is the strong player, and Karisa is the like Renegade said "the most retarded contestant of Season 3." The Purple Parrots (like most of these episodes) should've gone to the temple. This Orange Iguana team did NOT deserve to go to the temple at all. They barely scraped by, lucked into their temple games, and then did a terrible job in the temple thanks to Karisa. All while the Purple Parrots were first in the moat, first in the steps, only to lose at the tiebreaker, again. :roll: So what if they only won the third temple game? The Metal Beard team only won their third game, as did the Lucky Pillow team. It's not like the Purple Parrots were a weak team all episode, unlike the Orange Iguanas were. And don't even get me started on Karisa getting confused in the QUICKSAND BOG! Even TPP went nuts on that back when he wrote an episode summary of this episode in the Daily Episode Log. Can you blame him too? The saddest thing about this episode is even if Karisa went first, it still would've been a loss. I'm willing to bet she would only give David 40-50 seconds of time left to try to finish the job. :roll: Terrible temple run, it should've been the Purple Parrots. How outer space thought this was a good Orange Iguanas team and that they deserved to go to the temple is beyond me. This temple run could've been an amazing win if David didn't get paired up with Karisa. -_-

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Re: Legends of the Hidden Temple Teams Rankings
« Reply #66 on: March 03, 2015, 12:14:36 AM »
outer space had the worst opinions on this forum. I am not going to hide this fact either. :shock: His love for Enormous Feather is so irrational and stupid because he would criticize the War Fan team for the exact same thing! And the War Fan team got to the temple the exact same way as the Enormous Feather team. -_- And I agree, I would support the Purple Parrots team easily in this episode. This is one of those teams I am shocked that even made it to the temple. The Purple Parrots were better in every way, but the Orange Iguanas fluked their way into ANOTHER temple run appearance. I think Sir Gawain is the only tolerable Orange-Purple episode in Season 3. O_o. Karisa was just a sorry excuse for a contestant and I can't believe how slow she was moving. :x Like seriously, you have the artifact in your hand why are you still walking so slow? :roll: Screw this episode, I hope I never have to watch it again. :x

Man, a lot of Enormous Feather talk lately. :lol: Luckily, we are done with this team now and hopefully I don't have to talk about or review this episode again. :afro: :oops:

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« Reply #67 on: March 03, 2015, 02:28:02 PM »

108. Garrett and Rinette, Mata Hari
- 1st in Moat
- 1st in Steps of Knowledge
- Beat the Blue Barracudas 1.5-0.5 in the temple games
- Out of time in the temple

Nothing really to say about this team except that they were one of the dozens unremarkable and forgettable teams from Season 1. Looking at the stats for this episode, the Silver Snakes looked like a good team before the temple run. I mean they did finish first in the first two rounds of their episode. But this low ranking is mostly for the free pass the Silver Snakes got in the temple games. This episode has to feature one of the most poorly officiated temple games round on the show. In Season 1, there were a lot of temple games that were determined the winner by being "further along" if the temple game ended in a tie. It was a judgement called, but most of the time it was easy to determine the winner. In this episode though, Kirk took the "furthest along" rule too seriously. In Rinette's temple game, the players had to grab a plain book and swap it with a signature book on the other side of a wall. Well, the final temple game score was 2-2. Instead of calling it a tie, Kirk said that Rinette won because she was "further along" than Brian of the Blue Barracudas. Which was utter bull because they were both neck-and-neck. This temple game should've been a tie. Garrett lost to pretty bad to a girl in the second temple game. In the team game, Kirk awards the Silver Snakes with ANOTHER "furthest along" win. But both teams only transferred 1 secret document a piece, and the Silver Snakes were not that far ahead in this temple game. So this one should've been a tie also. I am not sure on what grounds that Kirk thought the Silver Snakes were a better team in either temple game, but it screwed the Blue Barracudas over and they really should've gone to the temple with a 2-1.5 score. Although watching the Blue Barracuda girl in the team game having a hard time climbing the dragon tunnel, I guess it was a good thing that the Silver Snakes went to the temple.  :shock:

The temple run was unremarkable also. Garrett was a little slow for a frontrunner. He had trouble maneuvering through certain rooms like the Cave of Sighs and Holes of Python. He also spent too much time on certain objectives also. Despite these troubles, he was still did a decent job, but got removed one room away from the artifact with 44 seconds. Rinette on the other hand was a sorry excuse for a second runner. She moved SO DAMN SLOW in the temple. I know 44 seconds is not a lot of time, but she wasn't even trying at all. She was taking her sweet old time in all of the temple rooms she entered. She only entered the Holes of Python when time was up for her team. Just like Lauren from "Dried Apple Half", Rinette was a pathetic second runner (minus the screaming luckily). This team ranks low mainly because of her. She does not get a free pass because of having little time. A lot of contestants had the same time as her, but they used it wisely even if their team wasn't successful. Rinette, who was two years older than Garrett, was a lost cause and if she went into the temple first then it would've been another "Lucky Pig" type run. :roll:

Overall, this team ranks low for two reasons: the undeserving temple run appearance and Rinette. They really had no business in the temple and only won the temple games because of the shoddy officiating. And the Blue Barracudas were a terrible team too, so they faced weak competition to get here. Also, Rinette was a very poor second runner. You are 14-years old and you move slower than John from "Golden Cricket Cage" in the temple? :roll: Unremarkable team is unremarkable.

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« Reply #68 on: March 03, 2015, 05:16:28 PM »
Kind of surprised to see the Mata Hari team rank this low. But thanks to the temple games, it does make sense. Kirk just had no idea what he was doing in the temple games. Although the Silver Snakes looked like a MUCH stronger team than Blue Barracudas were. I would hate to see that girl in the temple. :roll: And the temple run really wasn't that bad at all. I didn't think Gareth was slow at all. He actually moved pretty fast. He just had a hard time manuvering through tight spaces because he was rather chubby. So I really don't see the problem with him. He was MUCH better than say.... Kristen from Lucky Pig.

Rinette on the other hand, was a lost cause. Imagine if she had gone in first. It would've been another Blackbeard esque temple run. :roll: And don't give me that "But she didn't have enough time!" excuse. She was too slow and didn't make ANY effort whatsoever. Any second runner that just walks through every room, no matter how much time is left, deserves to be criticized. Period. End of story. :roll: :roll: :roll: :roll:

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« Reply #69 on: March 03, 2015, 11:38:48 PM »
It was tough for me to rank this team low. After all, Garrett and Rinette were first in both the moat and SoK! But I found this episode to be another Lucky Pig episode where one player was strong all day while the other player was dead weight. Example: Garrett got all the questions correct in the SoK just like Scott did in his episode. But at least in Mata Hari, the better player got to go into the temple first. But still, Rinette was a horrible player in this episode. She was two years older than Garrett, but performed on the same level as John and Tia. :roll: The temple games was one of the reasons why I placed them this low. They were pretty much on par with the Blue Barracudas competition wise. If anything, this episode should've gone to Blue. But I guess that was a good thing they didn't win because GiGi sucked. :afro:

I don't mind Garrett in the temple. I felt that he could've moved faster, but he still made good time and was always trying for the shortest route at least. Better than James from Lost Fountain of Youth who just walked through the whole temple and missed an easy shortcut. :roll: I wish Garrett would've moved a little faster. But that doesn't excuse Rinette with a shit performance though. Why on earth are you moving that slow? You still had a chance to reach the artifact if you really worked hard. It would've been a close call but if David from Lawrence of Arabia could complete the bottom floor in 26 seconds, you should have enough time to make it to the top floor with 44 seconds. Horrible player that would've made it another Lucky Pig run if she went in first. :oops:

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« Reply #70 on: March 04, 2015, 02:55:52 PM »
No rest for the wicked, because time for another ranking!

107. Jessica and Robert, Lost Logbooks
- 1st in Moat
- 2nd in Steps of Knowledge
- Beat the Orange Iguanas 1.5-0.5 in the temple games
- Triple capture in the temple

Another day, another Season 1 team. This episode features the first time the rare Blue-Orange temple games occurred AND the only time Blue beat Orange in the temple games. Unfortunately, this beautiful combination is wasted on a lackluster and forgettable team. This was yet ANOTHER "Lucky Pig" type team where one player does all the work and the other player sucks. In this case, it is Jessica that is Kristen and Robert that is Scott. There is really not a lot of things to say about this team. Their only real strong point was finishing first in the moat. In the Steps of Knowledge, the Blue Barracudas got two wrong answers. Also, Robert was the one providing all the answers to the team while all Jessica was doing was relaying them to Olmec. And she wasn't even speaking loud enough either. -_- They were not much better in the temple games. Jessica was AWFUL in her temple game. Jessica and the Orange Iguanas girl had to climb to the top of a slippery slide to grab a bag of spice and bring it back down. Well, Jessica didn't even reach the top once and kept falling down. The Orange Iguanas girl whooped her ass and almost beat her 3-0. Robert was a little better in his temple game, but the Orange Iguanas boy was strong too and beat him by a hair. Jessica almost lost the team game for her team because she missed a couple of crows in their team basket. With their only victory over the Orange Iguanas, get prepared for a disappointing temple run!

Season 1 is famous for having production errors and dead ends. This ruined a lot of teams during this season. But so did bad players, like Jessica in this temple run. Robert was a very fast temple runner. He had some bad luck in the Room of the Harmonic Convergence where he met a temple guard AND a dead end. After trying every single combination possible, no door opened even though it sounded like one should've. He was smart enough to backtrack through and enter the Heart Room. Unfortunately, he was removed by a temple guard as he almost escaped him. :lol: Jessica was a sorry excuse for a second runner though. She was very slow and was clearly not paying attention. She entered the Room of Harmonic Convergence and tried the objective again even though Robert clearly tried it earlier. After having no luck (as if a new door was going to open :roll:), she slowly follows Robert's path again. She heads into the Shrine and spends a long time with the Silver Monkey. In fact, this episode featured the longest Silver Monkey assembly. After she miraculously gets it put together, time is running short but she still has some time to grab the Logbooks. Unfortunately, she meets her last guard in the Pirate's Cove with only a half-pendant. Ending the run with the second slowest triple capture on the show. :roll:

Overall, this as a lackluster and boring temple team. Robert was good, but Jessica was a lost cause and dragged this team down a lot. Even though the half-pendant was obscure in the temple, this team wouldn't have won anyways because Jessica was so damn slow. I guess whenever an artifact is located in the Dungeon, the team is suppose to be trash. :roll: Too bad, because this was the only time Blue beat Orange in the temple games. :(
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Re: Legends of the Hidden Temple Teams Rankings
« Reply #71 on: March 04, 2015, 03:52:05 PM »
It's Robert, not James.

And I agree, this episode was just as filler as it gets. The sad thing is, it was filmed on the same exact day as Lucky Pig. :oops: The only thing I even remember about this episode was the rare Blue/Orange pair, and all the dead ends in the temple run. That's it. And by the way, this was the second shortest triple capture on the show. Lost Taj Mahal Turban was shorter by only four seconds. What a shame too, I really like Blue/Orange as a temple game match up. Fortunately, the next episode to feature it was MUCH better.

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« Reply #72 on: March 04, 2015, 10:45:38 PM »
Lost Logbooks was a such a boring and uneventful episode. Blue/Orange deserved to be used in a better episode, not on trash like this one. Leonardo Da Vinci was a much better episode than this one when it comes to Blue/Orange. ;) Probably the only episode with that combo I even like. :afro: Jessica is the only real reason why this team ranks so low too. So slow and terrible in every room she entered. It felt like almost every other Season 1 temple run had a fast male runner but a slow female runner. Triple capture or not, this team would've loss. :afro:

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« Reply #73 on: March 04, 2015, 11:15:48 PM »
Two team rankings in the same day? Well, I had to review this team because I felt that their ranking would be interesting. :P

106. Kim and Billy, Lost Hammer
- 1st in Moat
- 2nd in Steps of Knowledge
- Beat the Orange Iguanas 2-1 in the temple games
- Out of time in the temple

Season 1 had a lot of bad players, and this run is famous for having one of the stupidest players in the history of the show. You might even be surprised how high this team ranks because of how bad said player was. Well, what makes these rankings different from the rest is that we are taking both the temple run and previous rounds performance into consideration. Kim and Billy were actually a really strong team before the temple. They were first in the moat despite being behind half of the other teams early on. During the temple games, Kim and Billy both won their individual games. Billy even dominated his temple game with a score of like 7-3. Hell, they were impressive in the team game despite it being a tie. The Orange Iguanas scored to pull ahead near the end of time, but Kim makes a last second grab and gets her hammer into the bucket literally before time is up to tie the game. Their dominance was actually pretty solid for a very early Season 1 team. Unfortunately, it falls apart in the temple run... :roll:

The temple run... if you haven't seen it or heard about then you should get prepared and clear your brain because what I am about to tell you is the truth. Kim's performance is about to blow your mind. :shock: After starting off by taking the high road, Kim enters the Pit and and tries to enter the lower level. Wait, what are you doing?! ARE YOU REALLY TRYING TO KNOCK ON THE DOORS TO OPEN THEM?! No seriously, Kim did not know how to open any of the doors in the Pit. She literally tried knocking on the doors and forcing them open with her hands. How could you be this dumb? Doesn't the giant button right next to the door mean anything to you? Even John and Tia knew what a button looked like! While all this is happening, you can hear Kirk and a few people in the crowd shouting at her. Yeah, it turned out to be that bad. After realizing what she needed to do, she finally enters the Heart Room. Another room that is filled with actuators. You know what that means? More confusion and shouting. It got so bad that the producers sent a mercy guard into the Heart Room. Seriously, he had to be a mercy guard because it took him a long time to come out and he left so abruptly. After spending almost another minute in the Heart Room, she finally finds the button to go down to the Throne Room. And oh sweet baby Jesus, there is a temple guard there to take her out! With only 1:18 to himself, Billy did a pretty good job in the temple. He moved pretty quick and was smart enough to dodge the Heart Room detour. Unfortunately, he wasted time trying to climb the useless webbing in the Spider's Lair. Smart move, but it should've been obvious that he couldn't have reached the top. After giving up, he bypasses the Tomb of the Ancient Kings shortcut and rides the elevator up to the Torch Room where time ends.

Believe me, everything I said about the temple run is true. Kim was by far one of the most incompetent and clueless players on the show. If you don't know how the easiest thing in the temple works, then you have no business being there in the first place. Billy made a couple of mistakes himself, but they were no where near the level of fail as Kim. :roll: What an awful and unforgiving performance. This team was a classic example of "wasted potential". They were strong before the temple run, but blew their load in the temple. And it is all thanks to Kim. :roll: Despite the epic fail that is the temple run, they are not the worst team on the show either. Their early temple round dominance saves them from having a lower spot.


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« Reply #74 on: March 05, 2015, 03:03:37 PM »
And here is yet another ranking! This one was short and sweet though because there is not a lot to say about this team. :afro:

105. Christina and Evan, Shiva
- 2nd in Moat
- 2nd in Steps of Knowledge
- Beat the Silver Snakes 1.5-0.5 in the temple games
- Out of time in the temple

ANOTHER Season 1 team ranking?! It should be no surprise really to see so many of their teams rank this low. The talent level during this season was inferior to the later seasons. Not all players from this season were bad, but a majority of them were either average or sucked. The team in this episode was just average. Unlike the other rankings I did, I am not going to go in depth with this team. The numbers above can describe how mediocre they were. The temple run was just your typical Season 1 run with a long path and a slow team that didn't know what they were doing. Christina did alright as a frontrunner. She took the direct path route in the temple, which forced her team all the way up the central shaft. But still, she actually made decent time in the temple and was removed with around two minutes after a trip up the central shaft. Evan was pretty sucky though, and he moved so slow following up on Christina's path. Even Kirk was getting impatient with his lack of speed. :roll: In the Shrine of the Silver Monkey, he butchered the monkey pretty bad. Just look at TSM's sig for reference! Not as bad as Larry from "Mary Shelley", but it might be runner-up for worse Silver Monkey ever! So yeah, that is all I have to say about this team. They were weak all day and didn't come close to the artifact during the temple run. Just another Season 1 team that you will forget about because they are unremarkable. :oops:
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