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Episode Order
« on: December 26, 2016, 10:55:43 AM »
        For God knows why, people go by nonsensical episode orders.

        This order makes the most sense:

Season 1 (1993-1994)
    • Galileo's Cannonball - September 11, 1993
    • Wild Bill Hickok and the Dead Man's Hand - September 12, 1993
    • John Henry's Lost Hammer - September 18, 1993
    • The Golden Cricket Cage of Khan - September 19, 1993
    • Elizabeth I's Golden Ship - September 25, 1993
    • John Sutter and the Map to the Lost Gold Mine - September 26, 1993
    • The Star of Sultan Saladin - October 2, 1993
    • The Keys to the Alhambra - October 3, 1993
    • The Helmet of Genghis Khan - October 9, 1993
    • The Trojan Horseshoe - October 10, 1993
    • The Pendant of Kamehameha - October 16, 1993
    • The Lost Logbooks of Magellan - October 17, 1993
    • The Moccasins of Geronimo - October 23, 1993
    • Henry VIII's Great Seal - October 24, 1993
    • The Lucky Pig of Amelia Earhart - October 30, 1993
    • Ponce de León and the Lost Fountain of Youth - October 31, 1993
    • The Treasure Map of Jean Lafitte - November 6, 1993
    • Blackbeard's Treasure Map - November 7, 1993
    • The Golden Cup of Belshazzar - November 13, 1993
    • The Oracle Bowl of Delphi - November 14, 1993
    • The Paintbrush of Leonardo da Vinci - November 20, 1993
    • The Golden Chains of Zenobía - November 21, 1993
    • The Belly Button of Buddha - November 27, 1993
    • The Stolen Arm of Shiva - November 28, 1993
    • The Stone Marker of Leif Erikson - December 4, 1993
    • The Helmet of Joan of Arc - December 5, 1993
    • The Medal of Sir Edmund Hillary - December 11, 1993
    • The Mask of Shaka Zulu - December 12, 1993
    • The Golden Jaguar of Atahualpa - December 18, 1993
    • The Silver Saddle Horn of Hannibal - December 19, 1993
    • Alexander and the Gordian Knot - December 25, 1993
    • King Tut's Cobra Staff - December 26, 1993
    • The Dragon Lady and the Blue Pearl - January 1, 1994
    • The Codebook of Mata Hari - January 2, 1994
    • Pecos Bill's Lost Lariat - January 8, 1994
    • Robin Hood and Maid Marian's Silk Ladder - January 9, 1994
    • Lawrence of Arabia's Headdress - January 15, 1994
    • The Collar of Davy Crockett - January 16, 1994
    • The Snake Bracelet of Cleopatra - January 22, 1994
    • The Treasure of Anne Bonny - January 23, 1994
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Re: Episode Order
« Reply #1 on: December 26, 2016, 04:08:24 PM »
Do we know that for sure? Because I'm fairly certain the episodes aired out of production order.

I at least know for a fact seasons two and three did. I have several episodes recorded on VHS off of their original broadcasts.

Here's the order I have some season two episodes in:

The Electrified Key of Benjamin Franklin -> The Silver Cannonball of Grandy Nanny -> The Bone Necklace of the Blackfeet Chief -> The Milk Bucket of Freydis

And there's two season three episodes I can confirm the date they aired, since a Nick Days segment aired during the commercial break. I'll have to look and see (I don't know it off the top of my head) but I can check it and add it here.

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« Reply #2 on: December 26, 2016, 07:25:42 PM »
First off, the air dates for Season 1 are incorrect. Lawrence of Arabia was one of the last episodes taped, but it was the first episode to ever air on Nickelodeon. May I ask where the dates next to each of the episodes came from?

In regards to your list, it is entirely wrong. The official episode list posted on the King's Storeroom (http://nicklegends.elfractal.com/episodelist.html)  is the most accurate list. We know for a fact that episode list is accurate for several reasons:

- Back in 2007, Nickelodeon aired Season 3 Legends episodes for about a month. They started with the very last episode (Catherine the Great), and aired them all the way to Queen Boadicea. Due to the lack of popularity though, they haven't aired more episodes since then.

- After Nickelodeon stopped airing Legends episode, Nick GaS all of a sudden started airing Season 3 episodes in production order. The episodes order they aired for Season 3 matched the episode order Nickelodeon aired for Season 3. After Nick GaS finished Season 3, they started with Season 1 again and taped the rest of the episodes in production order. That us how we got the official list that was posted on the King's Storeroom.

There is plenty of evidence that supports the episode list posted on the King's Storeroom. The biggest piece of evidence is that official sources  like Teen Nick and iTunes have referenced their Legends episodes by production number. For example, when Teen Nick aired "Henry VIII's Great Seal", the official TV guide referenced it as 1X16. But by going your list, "Lost Fountain of Youth" would be 1x16 which is unfortunately incorrect.

Your episode list seems to go by temple run order, which might not be completely inaccurate. After all, you're completely right about the "Nathan Hale" run being taped after the "Billy the Kid" run. But "Nathan Hale" is considered EP42 (2x02), not EP72.  But the episode list posted on the King's Storeroom is indeed the correct episode order and it has been confirmed by multiple sources. So if you want an accurate episode list for the Legends wiki, I would suggest you follow the one on the King's Storeroom. ;)

And like PAK Man posted, the episodes were not always aired by their official production number either. As I mentioned, "Lawrence of Arabia" was the first episode ever shown on Nickelodeon. But it was one of the last episodes produced.

I will be more than happy to talk to you about the episode list any further if you disagree with it or need to clear something up. And welcome to the forums by the way. ;)
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Re: Episode Order
« Reply #3 on: December 27, 2016, 01:48:45 AM »
First off, the air dates for Season 1 are incorrect. Lawrence of Arabia was one of the last episodes taped, but it was the first episode to ever air on Nickelodeon. May I ask where the dates next to each of the episodes came from?

In regards to your list, it is entirely wrong. The official episode list posted on the King's Storeroom (http://nicklegends.elfractal.com/episodelist.html)  is the most accurate list. We know for a fact that episode list is accurate for several reasons:

- Back in 2007, Nickelodeon aired Season 3 Legends episodes for about a month. They started with the very last episode (Catherine the Great), and aired them all the way to Queen Boadicea. Due to the lack of popularity though, they haven't aired more episodes since then.

- After Nickelodeon stopped airing Legends episode, Nick GaS all of a sudden started airing Season 3 episodes in production order. The episodes order they aired for Season 3 matched the episode order Nickelodeon aired for Season 3. After Nick GaS finished Season 3, they started with Season 1 again and taped the rest of the episodes in production order. That us how we got the official list that was posted on the King's Storeroom.

There is plenty of evidence that supports the episode list posted on the King's Storeroom. The biggest piece of evidence is that official sources  like Teen Nick and iTunes have referenced their Legends episodes by production number. For example, when Teen Nick aired "Henry VIII's Great Seal", the official TV guide referenced it as 1X16. But by going your list, "Lost Fountain of Youth" would be 1x16 which is unfortunately incorrect.

Your episode list seems to go by temple run order, which might not be completely inaccurate. After all, you're completely right about the "Nathan Hale" run being taped after the "Billy the Kid" run. But "Nathan Hale" is considered EP42 (2x02), not EP72.  But the episode list posted on the King's Storeroom is indeed the correct episode order and it has been confirmed by multiple sources. So if you want an accurate episode list for the Legends wiki, I would suggest you follow the one on the King's Storeroom. ;)

And like PAK Man posted, the episodes were not always aired by their official production number either. As I mentioned, "Lawrence of Arabia" was the first episode ever shown on Nickelodeon. But it was one of the last episodes produced.

I will be more than happy to talk to you about the episode list any further if you disagree with it or need to clear something up. And welcome to the forums by the way. ;)


I know those orders don't make any sense, but I remember reading that the golden jaguar, codebook, and mask episodes aired as episodes 2, 3, and 7.

Y'know, the nonsensical order that you told me about with "Blackbeard's Treasure Map" being the first episode and not the 18th might be the order Nickelodeon wrote the scripts for the episodes.

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Re: Episode Order
« Reply #4 on: December 27, 2016, 06:22:25 AM »
There's actually plenty of evidence that "Galileo's Cannonball" was the first episode ever completed. You can tell by Kirk asking "Jammin' Jon" and Jennifer Holtz about their strategy and where they think the guards are. I think "Blackbeard's Treasure Map" was originally going to be in the first layout until the crew forgot.

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« Reply #5 on: December 27, 2016, 12:56:07 PM »
Let me clear up some confusion about the episode order list:

The official episode order list is determined by the planned production date, not the air date or temple run. If we go by air date only, then "Lawrence of Arabia" would be EP001. We know for a fact that the episode list on the King's Storeroom is correct because multiple official sources (Nick GaS, Teen Nick, and iTunes) all use the same episode number as the one on Ed's site.

When the production crew taped new episodes, they usually taped 4 episodes at a time. All four episodes would be taped in the same day. They typically taped all of the rounds together at one time. For example, first they would tape all the moat firsts, then the SoK, temple games, and then the temple run. If you look closely during the temple games in Season 2 and 3, you can see other artifacts from that day also hiding in the temple.

In regards to "Blackbeard" it was most likely written as EP001, but due to one reason or another (time constraints, participation), it was postponed until the S1L5 production day. You can tell the episode is rushed because of the bad editing and lack of credits during the temple ending. But for official production purposes, this episode is EP001.

"Golden Cup" is definitely EP002. According to an interview with Kirk Fogg, the first episode ever took 18 hours to complete. Apparently, the production crew never finished the first episode because the kids were getting fussy and were exhausted (Who could blame them!). This makes perfect sense why the "Golden Cup" temple run was postponed until the S1L5. And why both this episode and "Blackbeard" were taped on the same filming day.

You're right though that "Galileo" was the first episode ever completed. But that doesn't make it the first episode ever production order wise. To make a long story short, the episode chronological order is determined by when the planned production of the episode begins, not when the temple run is taped. We know for a fact that the episode list on King's Storeroom is correct because when Teen Nick aired Legends episodes, they referred to their episode titles by production number. So when they said "EP16" for the TV guide, it turned out to be "Henry VIII's Great Seal."

Hopefully that clears it up. ;)

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Re: Episode Order
« Reply #6 on: December 27, 2016, 01:10:19 PM »
Let me clear up some confusion about the episode order list:

The official episode order list is determined by the planned production date, not the air date or temple run. If we go by air date only, then "Lawrence of Arabia" would be EP001. We know for a fact that the episode list on the King's Storeroom is correct because multiple official sources (Nick GaS, Teen Nick, and iTunes) all use the same episode number as the one on Ed's site.

When the production crew taped new episodes, they usually taped 4 episodes at a time. All four episodes would be taped in the same day. They typically taped all of the rounds together at one time. For example, first they would tape all the moat firsts, then the SoK, temple games, and then the temple run. If you look closely during the temple games in Season 2 and 3, you can see other artifacts from that day also hiding in the temple.

In regards to "Blackbeard" it was most likely written as EP001, but due to one reason or another (time constraints, participation), it was postponed until the S1L5 production day. You can tell the episode is rushed because of the bad editing and lack of credits during the temple ending. But for official production purposes, this episode is EP001.

"Golden Cup" is definitely EP002. According to an interview with Kirk Fogg, the first episode ever took 18 hours to complete. Apparently, the production crew never finished the first episode because the kids were getting fussy and were exhausted (Who could blame them!). This makes perfect sense why the "Golden Cup" temple run was postponed until the S1L5. And why both this episode and "Blackbeard" were taped on the same filming day.

You're right though that "Galileo" was the first episode ever completed. But that doesn't make it the first episode ever production order wise. To make a long story short, the episode chronological order is determined by when the planned production of the episode begins, not when the temple run is taped. We know for a fact that the episode list on King's Storeroom is correct because when Teen Nick aired Legends episodes, they referred to their episode titles by production number. So when they said "EP16" for the TV guide, it turned out to be "Henry VIII's Great Seal."

Hopefully that clears it up. ;)

It makes sense now.  :D

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Re: Episode Order
« Reply #7 on: December 27, 2016, 01:44:13 PM »
Here's what we have for the broadcast order:

Season 1 (September 11, 1993-January 30, 1994)
001. Lawrence of Arabia's Headdress - September 11, 1993
002. The Golden Jaguar of Atahualpa - September 12, 1993
003. The Codebook of Mata Hari - September 25, 1993
004. The Trojan Horseshoe - September 26, 1993
005. The Treasure Map of Jean Lafitte - October 2, 1993
006. The Lucky Pig of Amelia Earhart - October 3, 1993
007. The Mask of Shaka Zulu - October 9, 1993
008. The Treasure of Anne Bonny - October 10, 1993
009. The Moccasins of Geronimo - October 16, 1993
010. The Golden Chains of Zenobía - October 17, 1993
011. The Pendant of Kamehameha - October 23, 1993
012. King Tut's Cobra Staff - October 24, 1993
013. The Stone Marker of Leif Erikson - October 30, 1993
014. John Sutter and the Map to the Lost Gold Mine - October 31, 1993
015. The Paintbrush of Leonardo da Vinci - November 6, 1993
016. The Medal of Sir Edmund Hillary - November 7, 1993
017. Pecos Bill's Lost Lariat - November 13, 1993
018. The Keys to the Alhambra - November 14, 1993
019. Alexander and the Gordian Knot - November 20, 1993
020. Galileo's Cannonball - November 21, 1993
021. Ponce de León and the Lost Fountain of Youth - November 27, 1993
022. The Stolen Arm of Shiva - November 28, 1993
023. The Oracle Bowl of Delphi - December 4, 1993
024. Robin Hood and Maid Marian's Silk Ladder - December 5, 1993
025. The Belly Button of Buddha - December 11, 1993
026. The Golden Cup of Belshazzar - December 12, 1993
027. Blackbeard's Treasure Map - December 18, 1993
028. Henry VIII's Great Seal - December 19, 1993
029. The Collar of Davy Crockett - December 25, 1993
030. John Henry's Lost Hammer - December 26, 1993
031. Elizabeth I's Golden Ship - January 1, 1994
032. The Silver Saddle Horn of Hannibal - January 2, 1994
033. The Dragon Lady and the Blue Pearl - January 8, 1994
034. The Golden Cricket Cage of Khan - January 9, 1994
035. The Lost Logbooks of Magellan - January 15, 1994
036. The Snake Bracelet of Cleopatra - January 16, 1994
037. Wild Bill Hickok and the Dead Man's Hand - January 22, 1994
038. The Star of Sultan Saladin - January 23, 1994
039. The Helmet of Joan of Arc - January 29, 1994
040. The Helmet of Genghis Khan - January 30, 1994

Season 2 (June 6-November 18, 1994)
041. The Snakeskin Boots of Billy the Kid - June 6, 1994
042. The Enormous Iron Nose Ring of Babe the Ox - June 10, 1994
043. The Levitating Dog Leash of Nostradamus - June 15, 1994
044. The Electrified Key of Benjamin Franklin - June 17, 1994
045. The Golden Goblet of Attila the Hun - June 22, 1994
046. The Shriveled Hand of Efoua - June 24, 1994
047. The Applewood Amulet of Emiliano Zapata - June 28, 1994
048. The Golden Pepperoni of Catherine de' Medici - June 30, 1994
049. The Imperial Purple Robe of Empress Theodora - July 5, 1994
050. The Plumed Headdress of Cosa-Rara - July 7, 1994
051. The Bonnet of Dolley Madison - July 11, 1994
052. The Very Tall Turban of Ahmad Baba - July 14, 1994
053. The Cracked Crown of the Spanish King - July 18, 1994
054. The Stone Head of the Evil King - July 20, 1994
055. The Silk Sash of Múlàn - July 22, 1994
056. The Diary of Doctor Livingstone - July 27, 1994
057. The Walking Stick of Harriet Tubman - August 3, 1994
058. The Crown of Queen Nzinga - August 4, 1994
059. The Lost Lion Tail of Little John - August 5, 1994
060. The Missing Weather Maps of Charles Lindbergh - August 8, 1994
061. The Silver Cannonball of Grandy Nanny - August 9, 1994
062. The Bone Necklace of the Blackfeet Chief - August 17, 1994
063. The Ivory Elephant of Scheherazade - August 25, 1994
064. The Priceless Portrait of the Polynesian Girl - August 29, 1994
065. The Lost Love Letter of Captain John Smith - September 6, 1994
066. The Broken Wing of Icarus - September 15, 1994
067. The Silver Horseshoe of Butch Cassidy - September 23, 1994
068. The Mush Pot Hat of Johnny Appleseed - September 26, 1994
069. The Lucky Medallion of Atocha - September 30, 1994
070. The Secret Battle Plan of Nathan Hale - October 4, 1994
071. The Two-Cornered Hat of Napoleon - October 7, 1994
072. The Golden Stallion of Ali Baba - October 10, 1994
073. The Lucky Heart-Shaped Pillow of Annie Taylor - October 18, 1994
074. The Jeweled Necklace of Montezuma - October 21, 1994
075. The Golden Earring of Henry Morgan - October 25, 1994
076. The Sacred Ring of Sultan Suleiman - October 31, 1994
077. The Leopard Skin Cloak of Annie Oakley - November 8, 1994
078. The Mask of the Man in the Iron Mask - November 16, 1994
079. The Missing Eye of David - November 17, 1994
080. The Milk Bucket of Freydís - November 18, 1994

Season 3 (June 12-November 24, 1995)
081. The Ivory Hunting Horn of Roland - June 12, 1995
082. The Lion-Slashed Jacket of Sacagawea - June 16, 1995
083. The Jeweled Scabbard of Sforza - June 21, 1995
084. The Bullet-Riddled Handbag of Belle Boyd - June 23, 1995
085. The Smashed Printing Plate of Frederick Douglass - June 28, 1995
086. The Royal Torque of Queen Boadicea - June 30, 1995
087. The Discarded Seal of Ivan the Terrible - July 4, 1995
088. The Red Sash of Tokugawa Ieyasu - July 6, 1995
089. The War Fan of the 47 Ronin - July 11, 1995
090. The Mummified Hand of the Egyptian King - July 13, 1995
091. The Comet-Embroidered Battle Flag of William the Conqueror - July 17, 1995
092. The Mysterious Manuscript of Mary Shelley - July 20, 1995
093. The Lily-Crested Crown of Clovis I - July 24, 1995
094. The Mystical Spell Book of the Imperial Wizard - July 26, 1995
095. The Dried Apple Half of William Tell - July 28, 1995
096. The Golden Spider Web of Robert the Bruce - August 2, 1995
097. The Jewel-Encrusted Egg of Catherine the Great - August 9, 1995
098. The Broken Trident of Poseidon - August 10, 1995
099. The Much-Heralded Helmet of Sir Gawain - August 11, 1995
100. The Missing Portrait of Hans Holbein - August 14, 1995
101. The Dried Ear of Corn of Sojourner Truth - August 15, 1995
102. The Pearl Necklace of Gwalior - August 23, 1995
103. The Lost Hornpipe of the Pirate Captain - August 31, 1995
104. The Marble Armrest of Xerxes - September 4, 1995
105. The Bifocal Monocle of One-Eyed Jack - September 12, 1995
106. The Secret Map of the Bandit Queen - September 21, 1995
107. The Enormous Feather of the Mê Linh - September 29, 1995
108. The Useless Map of the Chibcha Chieftain - October 2, 1995
109. The Ruby Earring of Benzibab - October 6, 1995
110. The Lost Whale Bone of Pytheas - October 10, 1995
111. The Upside-Down Compass of Henry Hudson - October 13, 1995
112. The Good Luck Watch of Empress Eugenie - October 16, 1995
113. The Thornwood Gavel of Judge Roy Bean - October 24, 1995
114. The Melted Wax Head of Madame Tussaud - October 27, 1995
115. The Metal Beard of the Egyptian Queen - October 31, 1995
116. The Snow Cone of Mount Kilimanjaro - November 6, 1995
117. The Lost Taj Mahal Turban of Aurangzeb - November 14, 1995
118. The Bent Shaving Pan of Jedediah Smith - November 22, 1995
119. The Mussel Shell Armor of Apanuugpak - November 23, 1995
120. The Lion-Headed Bracelet of Chandragupta - November 24, 1995

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Re: Episode Order
« Reply #8 on: December 28, 2016, 09:40:12 AM »
And for the order according to Nickelodeon's original plan:

Season 1
001. Blackbeard's Treasure Map
002. The Golden Cup of Belshazzar
003. Galileo's Cannonball
004. Wild Bill Hickok and the Dead Man's Hand
005. John Henry's Lost Hammer
006. The Golden Cricket Cage of Khan
007. Elizabeth I's Golden Ship
008. John Sutter and the Map to the Lost Gold Mine
009. The Star of Sultan Saladin
010. The Keys to the Alhambra
011. The Helmet of Genghis Khan
012. The Trojan Horseshoe
013. The Pendant of Kamehameha
014. The Lost Logbooks of Magellan
015. The Moccasins of Geronimo
016. Henry VIII's Great Seal
017. The Lucky Pig of Amelia Earhart
018. Ponce de León and the Lost Fountain of Youth
019. The Treasure Map of Jean Lafitte
020. The Oracle Bowl of Delphi
021. The Paintbrush of Leonardo da Vinci
022. The Golden Chains of Zenobía
023. The Belly Button of Buddha
024. The Stolen Arm of Shiva
025. The Stone Marker of Leif Erikson
026. The Helmet of Joan of Arc
027. The Medal of Sir Edmund Hillary
028. The Mask of Shaka Zulu
029. The Golden Jaguar of Atahualpa
030. The Silver Saddle Horn of Hannibal
031. Alexander and the Gordian Knot
032. King Tut's Cobra Staff
033. The Dragon Lady and the Blue Pearl
034. The Codebook of Mata Hari
035. Pecos Bill's Lost Lariat
036. Robin Hood and Maid Marian's Silk Ladder
037. Lawrence of Arabia's Headdress
038. The Collar of Davy Crockett
039. The Snake Bracelet of Cleopatra
040. The Treasure of Anne Bonny

Season 2
041. The Silver Horseshoe of Butch Cassidy
042. The Secret Battle Plan of Nathan Hale
043. The Golden Stallion of Ali Baba
044. The Silver Cannonball of Grandy Nanny
045. The Walking Stick of Harriet Tubman
046. The Lost Love Letter of Captain John Smith
047. The Diary of Doctor Livingstone
048. The Bone Necklace of the Blackfeet Chief
049. The Mush Pot Hat of Johnny Appleseed
050. The Cracked Crown of the Spanish King
051. The Imperial Purple Robe of Empress Theodora
052. The Stone Head of the Evil King
053. The Lucky Medallion of Atocha
054. The Applewood Amulet of Emiliano Zapata
055. The Electrified Key of Benjamin Franklin
056. The Lucky Heart-Shaped Pillow of Annie Taylor
057. The Missing Eye of David
058. The Enormous Iron Nose Ring of Babe the Ox
059. The Very Tall Turban of Ahmad Baba
060. The Ivory Elephant of Scheherazade
061. The Sacred Ring of Sultan Suleiman
062. The Plumed Headdress of Cosa-Rara
063. The Jeweled Necklace of Montezuma
064. The Lost Lion Tail of Little John
065. The Shriveled Hand of Efoua
066. The Mask of the Man in the Iron Mask
067. The Crown of Queen Nzinga
068. The Two-Cornered Hat of Napoleon
069. The Silk Sash of Múlàn
070. The Golden Goblet of Attila the Hun
071. The Leopard-Skin Cloak of Annie Oakley
072. The Snakeskin Boots of Billy the Kid
073. The Golden Pepperoni of Catherine de' Medici
074. The Golden Earring of Henry Morgan
075. The Milk Bucket of Freydís
076. The Missing Weather Maps of Charles Lindbergh
077. The Levitating Dog Leash of Nostradamus
078. The Broken Wing of Icarus
079. The Bonnet of Dolley Madison
080. The Priceless Portrait of the Polynesian Girl

Season 3
081. The Bifocal Monocle of One-Eyed Jack
082. The Comet-Embroidered Battle Flag of William the Conqueror
083. The War Fan of the 47 Ronin
084. The Much-Heralded Helmet of Sir Gawain
085. The Lion-Headed Bracelet of Chandragupta
086. The Lion-Slashed Jacket of Sacagawea
087. The Secret Map of the Bandit Queen
088. The Thornwood Gavel of Judge Roy Bean
089. The Snow Cone of Mount Kilimanjaro
090. The Upside-Down Compass of Henry Hudson
091. The Bent Shaving Pan of Jedediah Smith
092. The Marble Armrest of Xerxes
093. The Smashed Printing Plate of Frederick Douglass
094. The Mystical Spellbook of the Imperial Wizard
095. The Useless Map of the Chibcha Chieftain
096. The Golden Spider Web of Robert the Bruce
097. The Discarded Seal of Ivan the Terrible
098. The Mysterious Manuscript of Mary Shelley
099. The Dried Apple Half of William Tell
100. The Missing Portrait of Hans Holbein
101. The Ivory Hunting Horn of Roland
102. The Royal Torque of Queen Boadicea
103. The Lost Hornpipe of the Pirate Captain
104. The Enormous Feather of the Mê Linh
105. The Red Sash of Tokugawa Ieyasu
106. The Broken Trident of Poseidon
107. The Lily-Crested Crown of Clovis I
108. The Mussel-Shell Armor of Apanuugpak
109. The Metal Beard of the Egyptian Queen
110. The Mummified Hand of the Egyptian King
111. The Lost Taj Mahal Turban of Aurangzeb
112. The Melted Wax Head of Madame Tussaud
113. The Pearl Necklace of Gwalior
114. The Bullet-Riddled Handbag of Belle Boyd
115. The Lost Whale Bone of Pytheas
116. The Dried Ear of Corn of Sojourner Truth
117. The Jeweled Scabbard of Sforza
118. The Good Luck Watch of Empress Eugenie
119. The Ruby Earring of Benzibab
120. The Jewel-Encrusted Egg of Catherine the Great

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Re: Episode Order
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« Reply #10 on: December 29, 2016, 09:48:06 PM »
Looks much better! Great work!  :mrred:

And it will be interesting to get the broadcasting date for each episode. I'm sure there are some hardcore fans out there with that information. ;)

And I like your "Completion #" column and agree with the order 100%. ;)

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Re: Episode Order
« Reply #11 on: December 31, 2016, 04:36:47 PM »
I was wondering what room the treasure map was originally going to be in before the whole episode was postponed to the fifth layout. I know that the secret battle plan was originally going to be in the Throne Room before the run was postponed to the 14th layout (when it was moved to the Shrine of the Silver Monkey).

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« Reply #12 on: January 01, 2017, 02:40:26 AM »
I was wondering what room the treasure map was originally going to be in before the whole episode was postponed to the fifth layout. I know that the secret battle plan was originally going to be in the Throne Room before the run was postponed to the 14th layout (when it was moved to the Shrine of the Silver Monkey).

That's a good question. Since the Dungeon was not available during S1L1, the artifact had to be located in another room. We can assume that the artifact might've been kept in the same room space. In this case, it would've been located in the Mine Shaft if it was still in S1L1. It wouldn't be too surprising since the Cannonball and Dead Man's Hand were located there.

And you're right about Nathan Hale's episode too. The Battle Plan was originally located in the Throne Room for S2L1. But it was moved to the Shrine because the Throne Room did not exist in S2L5. Plus, when Olmec reveals the location of the artifact after the legend, we don't see a close-up of it in the Shrine. An interesting note to make is that Nathan Hale's original run was most likely taped, but was postponed for one reason or another. In Butch Cassidy (the episode before it), Paula did not enter the King's Storeroom at all and she did not break any pots. In Golden Stallion (episode after Nathan Hale), there were a different set of pots in the King's Storeroom. That means the Nathan Hale kids most likely performed their original temple run, but something happened that caused them to re-tape it during S2L5.

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« Reply #13 on: January 06, 2017, 09:16:05 PM »
Me and a few other L.o.t.H.T. fans know that the secret battle plan run was postponed because the production crew apparently screwed up and forgot to put a key in one of the three clay pots (there were two keys in the pot in the silver cannonball run).
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« Reply #14 on: January 22, 2017, 06:50:36 PM »
Me and a few other L.o.t.H.T. fans know that the secret battle plan run was postponed because the production crew apparently screwed up and forgot to put a key in one of the three clay pots (there were two keys in the pot in the silver cannonball run).

One thing bugs me about that though, why would they postpone it so long for a small error like that?

The team goes into the temple, and just because of a small malfunction in the King’s Storeroom, they just abandon the run for weeks?

In Galileo’s Cannonball, the elevator wasn’t working, and some editing made the issue a non-problem. Why couldn’t they have pulled a Ron from Treasure Chest, where they pan to Kirk for a few extra seconds and manually open the door. I highly doubt that they had an issue in the King’s Storeroom, and said “oh well” see you guys in a few weeks, we will try again!

There must have been an even bigger issue with the Temple that rendered any future runs impossible, or an issue with one of the contestants. I guess it’ll be a mystery we will never figure out.