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The Lost Papyrus Scroll of the Poet Sage
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Blue Barracudas

Winning Contestants

Jon & Tori

Artifact Location

The Shrine of the Silver Monkey

Pendants of Life

Temple Layout


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The Moat

In front of each team a series of four stone platforms hang above the Moat. One player from each team had to step onto the first platform when Kirk gave the signal, then pull the next platform toward them and make their way to the other side of the Moat. If a player falls into the water, they had to go back and start over. Once the first player is across, their teammate must follow the same way .When both players are across, they had to run over and hit their gong.

1st Blue Barracudas 0:21
2nd Green Monkeys 0:23
3rd Orange Iguanas 0:25
4th Purple Parrots 0:26

The Steps of Knowledge

One of the famous poets of ancient China was Du Fu, the Poet Sage. Many of his works were based on Chinese philosophies. He lived under Emperor Tang, and some believe he was a member of an ancient ruling family. In his forties, Du Fu got a little political post— but disaster struck only a few months later. The An Lushan Rebellion started up, and over eight years it replaced emperors, did away with millions of innocent people, and left China in a state of chaos.

"This is insane!" Du Fu shouted. "If I stay, I'm probably next to go! I gotta get out of here!"

And so Du Fu took his poems and left the area, the thoughts of the rebellion still hanging over his head. Du Fu kept most of his poems, but one disappeared— until now.

Blue Barracudas Green Monkeys Orange Iguanas Purple Parrots
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The Temple Games

Poet's Book (Pop-Up Tunnel)

A poet's compiled works were often made into a book. Here, Jon and Robbie each had to construct a six-page book of poems in order. When Kirk gave the signal, they had to crawl under the altar and find a hole containing a page of their book. If it is Page 1, they had to return with it and place it on their boards. If it is not Page 1, they had to go to the next hole and switch the pages. Once either player got the correct page, he can go look for the next one. The first player to retrieve all six pages— or the player that's further along after 60 seconds won.

Robbie comes up to find Page 1, whereas Jon meets Page 5. He goes into the next hole and trades for Page 4, while Robbie sticks Page 1 to his board and dives back under the altar. Jon next exchanges Page 4 for Page 2 and then for Page 1, going back to place it on his board. Robbie moves into the hole where Jon just was and steals away Page 2 for his board. Robbie also finds the third page in the first hole he tries after going back under the altar, then places it on the board too. The lights flash above just as Robbie dives back under again and Jon switches Page 6 and Page 4. "Time's up! Come on out here!" Kirk shouts, preparing to count the pages. Jon only got Page 1, but Robbie found up to Page 3 awarding him a half pendant of life.

Feather Pens (Cubbyhole Web)

Before pens were invented, birds' feathers were used for writing. Here, Sarah and Tori had to find the feathers. Before each of them was a giant net with seven containers around the edges. When Kirk gave the signal, they had to climb the net and break open a container. If there is a feather inside, they had to grab it, jump down and place it in their basket. However, two of the containers are empty, so they had to think carefully. The player with the most feathers in her basket after 60 seconds— or the first player to find all five feathers won.

Tori and Sarah fling themselves onto the webs and immediately start climbing. They both go for the top-center container first, and both find the first feather and jump back down. At this point they go off in different directions. Tori starts on the rightmost cabinet and makes her way around, whereas Sarah just goes outward from the middle container. When the lights flash to indicate that time is up, Tori has only one cabinet unopened and Sarah has missed two. Kirk runs over to count how many each team has. Tori got 4 feathers— but so did Sarah! They tied awarding them each a half pendant of life.

An Lushan Rebellion (Slingshot)

During the An Lushan Rebellion, Chinese emperors were quickly replaced. Here, both teams must take out the rulers in succession. When Kirk gave the signal, either player had to load their team's slingshot to knock over the target on their pedestal, then the other player will take aim. If the target is knocked down, the team wins a point, then the target is set back up again. The first team to score ten points— or the team with the highest score after 90 seconds won.

The boys load first and shoot for their targets. Jon hits his target easily, but Robbie's cannonball is thrown into the Ledges. Then Tori scores whereas Sarah's cannonball falls right out of the slingshot. Nobody scores on the third shot. The game more or less continues the same way until the lights flash to indicate that time is up. "So let's see," Kirk says, running over to the spotters holding the scoresheets. The Blue Barracudas got 5, but the Orange Iguanas didn't score. That gives the Blue Barracudas the full Pendant, giving them a Pendant and a half to take to the Temple.

Team Game 1 Game 2 Game 3 Pendants Won
Blue Barracudas Lost Tied Won 1½ Pendants
Orange Iguanas Won Tied Lost 1 Pendant

The Temple Run

Jon races up the stairs to the Crypt where he immediately runs into a TEMPLE GUARD! He trades in his Pendant, then pulls on the skeletons. The door opens on the second try, then he goes into the Great Chasm and swings across the gap. Then he passes into the Chamber of the Sacred Markers with 2:34 left and goes straight to the walls to find the missing tiles, though he has a little trouble finding the last one. When all the tiles are in place, the doors open (except for the one into the Room of the Ancient Warriors), and here comes the second TEMPLE GUARD! Tori races up to the Crypt with only a half Pendant and 1:48 left on the clock. She realizes she has go through the lower floor to get to the Scroll and so jumps down into the Great Chasm, passing into the Tomb of the Headless Kings. She grabs the skull on the altar right away, but doesn't find the right skeleton until the second try. The door into the Junction of the Secret Shafts opens, and she passes right into the Dark Forest. (1:20) She has trouble finding the key in the trees, and when Jon says that she's running low on time, she smashes through the wall into the Quicksand Bog with 0:58 left— only to meet the third TEMPLE GUARD!

Victory No
Reached the Artifact No
Method of Loss Triple Seizure (0:58 left)
Temple Guard Locations

The Crypt

The Chamber of the Sacred Markers

The Quicksand Bog

Half-Pendant Location Unknown