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Here are the temple layouts.

Temple Layout XVI (All of Season 4)
A. The Crypt: Same from Seasons 2 and 3.
B. The Pok-ta-Pok Pit: To open any of the three central shaft doors, players need to throw a ball through a Mayan hoop.
C. The Astral Dome: Here's the first of the two rooms where the answer depends on which team goes to the temple. What players need to do is find the constellation shaped like their team animal symbol by stepping on any of the six panels on the floor that light up each team’s color. Once any panel is stepped on, tiny white lights representing the stars show the animal constellation.
D. The Chamber of the Sacred Markers: Same from Season 3.
E. The Room of the Ancient Warriors: Same from Season 3.
F. The Shrine of the Silver Monkey: You obviously can never have Legends without this room.
G. The Steamy Hollows: Here's the second of the two rooms where the answer depends on which team goes to the temple. Players need to release a steam of their team's color by uncovering one of the six vents.
H. The Jaguar's Den: Just like the Mine Shaft from Seasons 1 and 2, but there are four animatronic jaguars and players need to open a cage and get inside to ride up to the Steamy Hollows. The jaguars are located on either side of the Temple Guard door, next to the Stone Wall and beside the cage.
I. The Dark Forest: There are now blacklights, artificial plants and spooky decorations.
J. The Jester's Court: Not only are there blacklights, but there's also a colored light pattern that projects when the objective is completed.
K. The Monkey's Fruit Trove: This room has five monkey statues with five mixed up fruits (banana, coconut, mango, orange, papaya). Players need to match the fruits with the monkey statues.
L. The Ledges: Same from Seasons 2 and 3.
As the reboot is completely different from the original, I thought I could write fanfics of what it would have been like had Legends continued on Nickelodeon.

Season 4
Production took place from April 19 until May 12, 1996 and this season aired from June 8 until October 27 of that year.

121. The Woolen Shreds of Old Faithful - June 8, 1996
122. The Massive Hand of Druon Antigoon - June 9, 1996
123. The Tattered Emblem of the Big Red One - June 15, 1996
124. The Tangled Thread of Theseus - June 16, 1996
125. The Embarrassing Newspaper of the Chicago Tribune - June 22, 1996
126. The Punishment Noose of Jim Miller - June 23, 1996
127. The Enchanted Wing of Pegasus - June 29, 1996
128. The Excess Wood of Sangkuriang - July 30, 1996
129. The Revised News Article of Michael Ahern - July 6, 1996
130. The Hemlock Potation of Socrates - July 7, 1996
131. The Substitute Corpse of Amram of Mainz - July 13, 1996
132. The Chart-Maps of Captain James Cook - July 14, 1996
133. The White Cowl of Philotheus of Pskov - July 20, 1996
134. The Photograph of Chief Touch-the-Clouds - July 21, 1996
135. The Golden Baton of Richard Wagner - July 28, 1996
136. The Peach Basket of James Naismith - July 29, 1996
137. The Cyanide Refreshment of Grigori Rasputin - August 3, 1996
138. The Torn Arm of Grendel - August 4, 1996
139. The Stolen Money Belt of Dungarvon Whooper - August 10, 1996
140. The Ink Quill of Thomas Jefferson - August 11, 1996
141. The Broken Tablets of Moses - August 17, 1996
142. The Knucklebone Dice of Atys - August 18, 1996
143. The Treasured Sandal of Pheidippides - August 24, 1996
144. The Golden Staff of Mansu Musa - August 25, 1996
145. The Cursed Necklace of Harmonia - August 31, 1996
146. The Deadly Sword of Svafrlami - September 1, 1996
147. The Sanctuary Carving of Hormigueros - September 7, 1996
148. The Bamboo Firework of Li Tan - September 8, 1996
149. The Good Luck Fortune of the Kiyomizu-dera - September 14, 1996
150. The Unlucky Boots of Stonewall Jackson - September 15, 1996
151. The Dropped Sandal of Hermes - September 21, 1996
152. The Teddy Bear of Morris Michtom - September 22, 1996
153. The Opened Jar of Pandora - October 5, 1996
154. The Horse-Trampled Hat of Oliver Cromwell - October 6, 1996
155. The Warped Mirror of Archimedes - October 12, 1996
156. The Hanafuda Cards of Fusajiro Yamauchi - October 13, 1996
157. The Convict Number of Rosa Parks - October 19, 1996
158. The Model Parts of the Globe Theater - October 20, 1996
159. The Mining Pan of Prospector Lemon - October 26, 1996
160. The Burnt Robe of the Celtic Druid - October 27, 1996

Changes Made
A. As there was a mini waterfall on the Red Jaguars' end of the moat in Season 3, another one was added to the Silver Snakes' end.
B. The set is more decorated with artificial plants than in the first three seasons.
C. There are team animal statues scattered across the set (Red Jaguars - On either side of the Steps of Knowledge; Blue Barracudas - Floating on either side of that team's moat lane; Green Monkeys - Clinging to the rails in the Shrine of the Silver Monkey; Orange Iguanas - Resting on rocks at the base of Olmec; Purple Parrots - In a large nest above the Pok-ta-Pok Pit; Silver Snakes - Coiled around that team's moat torch).
D. Black team symbol stickers have been stuck to the gong glasses.
E. When a team rings in, the step lights in their lane would light up their color rather than white.
F. When a team makes it down to the bottom step, their entire lane - down to the bottom step - would light up their color.
G. Whenever Kirk introduced the contestants before the temple games, their first and last names would be revealed. Of course, only the contestants' first names would be seen on the name stickers.
H. Rather than pink, the contestants' path and flashing dot on the HUD would be the temple team's color.

Season 5
Production took place in February 1997 and this season aired from April 6 until September 28 of that year.
161. The Extracted Bullet of Calamity Jane - April 6, 1997
162. The Papier-Mâché Figure of Akabeko - April 13, 1997
163. The Ashes of the Chinese Books Burned by the Dragon King - April 20, 1997
164. The Unpreserved Propeller of the Wright Brothers - April 27, 1997
165. The Hypnotic Flute of the Pied Piper - May 4, 1997
166. The Severed Head of Goliath - May 11, 1997
167. The Enchanted Girdle of Hippolyte - May 18, 1997
168. The Whispering Reeds of King Midas' Barber - May 25, 1997
169. The Ripped Sheet Music of Johann Sebastian Bach - June 1, 1997
170. The Wooden Crutch of Long John Silver - June 8, 1997
171. The Bronze Buffalo Grail of Confucius - June 15, 1997
172. The Large Backpack of Barbara Erni - June 22, 1997
173. The Golden Cape of Cassim - June 29, 1997
174. The Regurgitated Water of Tiddalik - July 6, 1997
175. The Misguiding Message of the Cisco Kid - July 13, 1997
176. The Shattered Sampo Piece of Ilmarinen - July 20, 1997
177. The Original Pamphlet of Thomas Paine - July 27, 1997
178. The Amulet of Phineas the Blind Seer - August 3, 1997
179. The Divine Fragrance of Xtabay - August 10, 1997
180. The Magic Milk Can of Harry Houdini - August 17, 1997
181. The Hearing Trumpet of Ludwig van Beethoven - August 24, 1997
182. The Poisoned Arrow of Paris - August 31, 1997
183. The Sunbird Feathers of Hou Yi - September 7, 1997
184. The Blinded Eye of Polyphemus - September 14, 1997
185. The Majestic Dove of Noah - September 21, 1997
186. The Miraculous Rose of Saint Elizabeth of Hungary - September 28, 1997

Season 6
Production took place in February and March of 1998 and this season aired from May 23 until August 23 of that year.
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Season 7
Production took place in October 1998 and this season aired from November 2 of that year until February 26, 1999.

Season 8
Production took place in May 1999 and this season aired from August 2 until October 29 of that year.

Season 9
Production took place in January 2000 and this season aired from April 17 until June 16 of that year. This was the final season to use the green marble Stone Stanley logo.

Season 10
Production took place in July 2000 and this season aired from October 9 until December 29 of that year. This was the first season to use the person with five stars Stone Stanley logo.

Season 11
Production took place in June 2001 and this season aired from September 17 until December 21 of that year. This was the final season to be filmed at Nickelodeon Studios.

Season 12
Production took place in April 2002 and this season aired from July 1 until October 25 of that year. This was the first season to be filmed at Nickelodeon on Sunset.

1. Legends of the Hidden Temple at Super Bowl - February 2, 2002
The Heart Room / Re: Legends is coming back!
« Last post by PurpleParrot319 on November 28, 2021, 09:34:30 PM »
No new episode tonight. Christmas shows, in November. :roll:
The Heart Room / Re: Scorecard Rating 2.0
« Last post by Legends Explorer Alec on November 22, 2021, 10:45:47 AM »
The Golden Apple of Atalanta

:iguanas2:Orange Iguanas (Shane and Jack): 35 points
20 for finishing the moat second
8 for the fourth question
7 for the fifth question

:snakes2:Silver Snakes (Jennifer and Scout): 35 points
10 for finishing the moat third
11 for the first question
10 for the second question
4 for the eighth question

:jaguars2:Red Jaguars (Bradford and Diogo): 180 points
30 for finishing the moat first
9 for the third question
6 for the sixth question
5 for the seventh question
20 for winning the first game
10 for winning the second game
20 for making it to the artifact's room
30 for grabbing the artifact
50 for winning with 0:13 remaining
The Treasure Room / Re: Legends of the Hidden Temple BuzzFeed Quiz
« Last post by The Dark Enforcer on November 18, 2021, 07:56:31 PM »
I took the quiz, and don't want to reveal my result.

This quiz needs to be re-done so that there are "neutral" answers to some of the questions.

I don't care about what geographical region my legend comes from. All I care about is that I'd be on the show.

Also, how the fuck am I supposed to know the middle initial of someone I've never met?

Sorry Alec, but I grade this quiz an F.
Here's the second installment to my "what if" scenarios on the more deserving temple teams going to the temple.

1. Annie goes first and will start in the Room of the Three Gargoyles, where she encounters the Temple Guard and gives him her pendant.
2. She opens up the Wall climb, jumps down and heads for the Observatory.
3. Once she had successfully climbed up into the Observatory, Annie runs to the sundial, spins it and heads down into the Heart Room where the second Temple Guard takes her out.
4. Brad quickly retraces Annie's steps and enters the Treasure Room from the Heart Room.
5. He runs through the Treasure Room and opens Shrine of the Silver Monkey.
6. Brad easily figured out the simple three-piece puzzle and went up into the Pirate's Cove.
7. In the Pirate's Cove, he spins the wheel and climbs down into the Dungeon.
8. On the way down into the Dungeon, Brad sees the other half of his pendant and promptly grabs it.
9. With both halves of his pendant, Brad busts through the Stone Wall and into the Tomb of the Ancient Kings, where he finds the key in the coffin right away to open up the Swamp.
10. As he tries to make it through the Swamp, Brad was scared for a moment by the third Temple Guard and gave him both halves of his pendant.
11. He then opens up the Room of Harmonic Convergence, enters the room and promptly grabs the small pot-bellied pig statue as he sees it on the ladder.
12. With Amelia Earhart's lucky pot-bellied pig in hand, Brad makes his way back through the Wall Climb, into the Cave of Sighs and back out to Kirk and Annie!
The Heart Room / Re: Scorecard Rating 2.0
« Last post by Legends Explorer Alec on November 15, 2021, 10:18:55 AM »
The Golden Torc of Freyja

:barracudas2:Blue Barracudas (Chris and Art): 88 points
10 for finishing the moat third
7 for the fifth question
6 for the sixth question
5 for the seventh question
20 for winning the first game
20 for winning the second game
20 for making it to the artifact's room
Should have noticed the torc, Chris.

:jaguars2:Red Jaguars (Emma and Chris): 53 points
30 for finishing the moat first
11 for the first question
8 for the fourth question
4 for the eighth question

:monkeys2:Green Monkeys (Shirley and Paul): 39 points
20 for finishing the moat second
10 for the second question
9 for the third question
The Heart Room / Re: Legends is coming back!
« Last post by TempleFan322 on November 14, 2021, 09:13:27 PM »
🚨Spoiler Alert! You know the drill. Read at you own risk🚨

Yoooooo, they got played dirty in that Temple Run. 8 fucking rooms they had to go through. While they SOMEHOW made it to the artifact in time, they runner didn’t realize it and attempted the objective to the Steamy Hollows. To their defense, the artifact was on a shelf that was partially covered by leaves. The best way to describe this run was if “The Discarded Seal of Ivan the Terrible” and “The Golden Pepperoni of Catharine de' Medici“ had a love child.

Still, they made it through 8 rooms (Crystal Cenote, Rage Room, Beloved, Spider’s Lair, Pit, Queen’s Armory, Lost Treasure, Shrine) before making it to the Steamy Hollows where the treasure was.
The Heart Room / Re: Legends is coming back!
« Last post by GreenMonkeys#1 on November 11, 2021, 11:45:19 PM »
So this episode I did enjoy. If I’m not mistaken this is the first time I think contestants from the original series had known each other even though they were in different seasons. It just felt destined that Nick & Josh were to go to the Temple.

The Kirk Fogg appearance was pretty special though even though it did cost a couple seconds that they might’ve needed. I do think Nick going for a direct path was more costly though. It never worked in the original series so did you really think it would work in the reboot? I will say the two were more excited about seeing Kirk for that short time than winning the $10k judging by the reactions in the interview. Also is it me or was Josh flirting too much with Cristella?

So I believe we are halfway through the season. I have mixed reception so far

What I like:
Mostly keeping the original format of the show
Olmec being voiced by Dee Bradley Baker still.
Moat and Steps of Knowledge round still pretty much the same
Temple design (this is my favorite part especially with a few homages including the Shrine of the Silver Monkey, Dark Forest, and the Pit of Despair. Also the gong in that mist room is the same from the old Moat (you can see it in the Temple Games as well)

What I do not like
The goddamn interviews, this is not a reality show.
4 teams instead of 6
The entire Temple Games and it’s format. Makes third guard useless.
The difficulty of the Temple (probably why a full minute was added). So far we’ve had one win, one artifact grab, and three fails.

Hopefully I can be impressed with the other five episodes. 

The Heart Room / Re: Legends is coming back!
« Last post by The Red Jaguars on November 11, 2021, 12:32:54 PM »
So, I finally watched the entire Pearl Necklace of Rama episode. This is first episode of the Reboot that I've watched all the way through. My thoughts on the Reboot and every round of the episode are below. Overall, this was a pretty enjoyable episode and has motivated me to watch the previous episodes. I do have some complaints about the new format of the show which I will list below:

- Moat: Interesting decision to reduce the number of teams from 6 to 4 in the moat round. Not that it matters, since 2 teams ultimately make it to the temple games anyways. It does kind of suck not all 6 teams are present at once. I like how the moat in the Reboot involves a more extensive type of challenge instead of simply having two players trying to make it across without falling in. I always found the moat round in the original show to be uninteresting. I also like how teams receive an introduction, whereas in the OG it was just during the temple games. Although the constant cutting away to get the contestants' commentary might get annoying after watching the show for a while.

The moat round in this episode was pretty entertaining. The Orange Iguanas and Blue Barracudas were neck-and-neck. The Silver Snakes struggled pretty bad with trying to stay afloat. I liked the introduction for Nick and Josh and the flashback to the original show. Although they could've done better with the flashback instead of post a couple of Nick GAS screenshots.  :afro: Josh looks like the same in the face from his original episode, but I would've never guessed that was Nick. I guess not wearing his glasses makes him look like a different person. I wonder if they known each other for a long time? Maybe Nick was the one that got Josh interested in competing on the OG show?

- SOK: Not much has changed about this round. It looks like they are sticking with a cartoony artstyle for the stories. I do like how they kept the original chime for the SOK. Since this show is geared towards an older audience, they can get away with more violence in the legends. Orange Iguanas and Blue Barracudas pretty much dominated this round. LOL @ Nick frantically trying to step on the step markings in order to chime in.  :lol:

- Temple Games: I'm not a fan of this format of temple games. The teams are pretty much guaranteed to go to the temple with 2 Pendants. In the original show, the more Pendants that you earned meant the more likely you will be safe for all 3 guards. With this new format, the third temple guard is essentially worthless.

- Temple Run: I will admit that I had some major doubts about the temple, but the temple looks great so far. I like the objectives for all the new rooms featured in this episode. It will take some time to get use to them though. I also like how they brought back some old rooms like the Pit of Despair, Dark Forest, and of course the iconic Shrine. I also like the "just assemble the damn monkey" line by Olmec during the temple rundown. It made me chuckle.  :lol: The temple runner's contestant POV angle is a nice addition too. I do wish they kept the temple run theme from the original show.

As for the temple run in this episode, I agree with PP319 that Kirk was to blame for Josh and Nick losing. Was there a reason to interrupt the temple run for the Kirk cameo? They could've at least halted the clock while Nick and Josh were talking to Kirk. What if Nick and Josh never made it to the temple? How would they treat Kirk's cameo then? Although Nick wasting time in the Pit of Despair trying to open the door directly leading to the artifact did waste some time. You should know better, Nick.  :afro:

Overall, this was a good episode and it was nice seeing a couple of former contestant's return to the Reboot. I liked how Nick knows that he's famous among the fanbase for his jump out of the temple.  :lol: I hope they feature more former contestants in future episodes.
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