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Legends of Chima is a franchise by LEGO. Previews of the TV show began in late 2012, and the show itself debuted in July 2013 on Cartoon Network.

Chima is a pristine land filled with many sentient animal tribes. Once at peace and in a state of balance, now they are at war over the CHI, a mystical energy source which gives a boost of energy to the animals and powers to their vehicles. The tribes have formed into two factions who now fight over the CHI. The Lions, Eagles, and Gorillas to protect the CHI. While Ravens, Wolves, and Crocodiles for gain. For Laval, prince of the Lion Tribe, this now involves fighting against his former friend Cragger who has become a leader of the opposing army.


Legends of Chima provides examples of:

  • Affably Evil: The Raven tribe, depending on their mood. Their cheap, sly, salesman personalities give them their affable part, but they have been known to side with whoever pays them.
  • Alliterative Family: Many of the characters have names that start with the letter of the species they are based on; Lion tribe has L names, Crocodile tribe has C names. Dom de la Woosh and the Phoenix tribes avert this (but the Phoenix's names start with the letter "f" which makes the same sound as "ph".
  • Always Chaotic Evil: Most of the Wolves are nasty jerkasses. Eventually, however, they redeem themselves (or are the lesser threat at most), with the "Dark Tribes" (Bats, Spiders and Scorpions) being the primary antagonist races, with no benevolent individuals seen so far. The Ice Tribes of Season 3 seem to be this as well. They're prehistoric and reanimated by CHI, and haven't been preserved in the ice well.
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  • And I Must Scream: Though the Ice Tribes's victims are subjected to Harmless Freezing, they still are unable to do anything but blink.
  • Animal Eyes: All the inhabitants of Chima, though it should be noted that some are more obvious than others.
  • Animal Stereotypes:
  • Appropriate Animal Attire: When Worriz of the Wolf tribe gets his pants and fur ripped by a thorn plant, he covers himself with a giant leaf.
  • Arc Villain:
    • Team of Cragger and Crooler while Crooler is manipulating Cragger with the Persuader Plants
    • Worriz after Crooler breaks the Crocs' pact with the Wolves, with Crooler trying to regain lost footing
    • Cragger after he's corrupted by the Fog of Destiny and has Crooler imprisoned
    • Bat, Scorpion and Spider tribes led by Scorm and Spinlyn in season 2
    • Sir Fangar and the Saber-Toothed Cat, Vulture, and Mammoth tribes in season 3
  • Arc Words: "FOR CHIMA!"
  • Attention Deficit... Ooh, Shiny!: The Raven tribe's call for "Trinkets and Treasure!!", right after Razar tells them they have to fight with the Crocs, the cry of "Trinkets and Treasure" gets them excited again.
  • Bad Moon Rising: The Wolves as they go on a berserk rampage during the time of a certain moon but inverted with the Skunks, who spray sweet smells during that time. Though the smells also creates plants from nothing which grow at massive speed. In turn Skunks were the ones who originally made Chima livable during the 100-year moon phase. Though it is just a legend that only the skunks personally believe anyway.
  • Balance of Power: Not one single tribe can have too much chi for utilization, otherwise, Chima suffers earthquakes and enormous dust storms.
  • Bare Your Midriff: Eris, Crooler, and Rinona.
  • Berserk Button:
    • Never steal the Wolves' "Mother Tooth".
    • Don't cut down the Gorillas' Tower Flower when they're on the verge of the Great Mellow.
  • Beware the Nice Ones: Do not cut down the Gorillas' sacred tree, especially when they're on the verge of enlightenment. Don't threaten the growth of Gorzan's pretty little flower, either.
  • Big Bad Duumvirate: Cragger and Crooler. Later, it's just Cragger.
  • Big Bad Friend: Cragger to Laval, after a sinkhole buried Cragger's parents. He feels it is Laval's fault.
  • Big Creepy-Crawlies: The Scorpion and Spider Tribes of the 2014 line.
  • Blue-and-Orange Morality: Several tribes are portrayed as having a strange set of morals.
    • The Beavers consider work fun and being given a break is a punishment..
    • It's revealed in "Ravens vs. Eagles" that that the Eagles have a "what's mine is yours and yours is mine" mentality. Razar and the others Ravens saw it as a chance to take everything. The Eagles realize that if the Ravens are manipulating their tribe's morality they should manipulate the Ravens (making them think they don't do shopping, using the Raven track for free etc.). All the Ravens except for Razar gave up quickly.
  • Blood Knight: The Rhino tribe equates fighting to happiness. This is also one of the effects of the Fog of Destiny.
  • Breather Episode: Episode 13, "Crocodile Tears". Taking place after the Crocs are captured by the Wolves, one would expect a suspenseful story of getting them out of the Wolves' camp. Instead, we get a pretty lighthearted story, with Laval thinking that Furtivo is ShadoWind, and the Crocs humorously treating the wolves like servants, to the point where the wolves willingly let the Crocs go, and then celebrate about it the next day. It's ultimately downplayed as Cragger ends up having a dream where his parents warn him about Crooler.
  • Brutal Honesty: Razar when he sees the Dark Tribes with the bear and the Eagle eggs. They can't move the bear or the eggs go smash, and if they move the eggs the bear falls to a bloody death. Right in front of Eris who is freaking out at the way he describes it.
  • But Now I Must Go: The Phoenix Tribe leave Chima in the final episode, as the Illumination was successful, and thus they are no longer needed.
  • Catchphrase: Several are used for tribes and characters in the show.
    • "For Chima!"
    • Lagravis's "Use it well. Use it wisely." when giving other tribes CHI.
    • The Gorillas say "Dude" a lot, and "Bummer" when anything major or minor goes wrong.
    • Razar, in keeping with his shifty, thrifty dealer personality usually addresses people reflexively as "my friend".
    • Skinnet the skunk says "Sor-ry" in a defeated tone whenever he lets his stink loose. When the Hundred Year moon makes him smell good, he says "You're welcome" whenever it happens, in the same tired tone.
  • Continuity Nod: G'Loona fully remembers it was Crooler that had a hand in leaving her outside during the hundred year moon.
  • Cool Bikes: The Speedorz.
  • Cool Swords: Laval uses one that glows blue.
  • Comically Missing the Point: Happens during The beginning "The Biggest Race Of All" during the creation of a strong golden chi.
    Ewald: Oh no!
    Eagle 2: What is it?
    Ewald: I just finished my favorite book!
    (both scream, seemingly oblivious to the fact that an earthquake is happening)
  • Companion Cube: Before being exiled, Laval is given a rock named Chip, who he befriends during his exile.
  • The Corrupter: Crooler after she uses the root of the Persuader Plant to create the Fog of Destiny.
  • Creation Myth:
    • Each of the tribes have their own "great story" concerning Chima's creation. Season three reveals that none are these are true, and that it was the Phoenix Tribe who helped create their land.
    • The Dark Tribes attribute their ascension to a great spider or scorpion (depending on the tribe) in the sky giving the CHI to them. Cragger attempts to tell them the truth (that it was really Laval who threw the CHI into the Gorge of Eternal Depth), but they refuse to believe him.
  • Disc-One Final Boss: Cragger and Crooler, with Worriz and the Wolves taking their place in episode 11. Cragger pulls a Heel–Face Turn in 14 after Crooler runs out of Persuader Plants to control Cragger. After Episode 16 though, Cragger is once again corrupted by Crooler, though not under her control, resulting in her being locked up. After Episode 20 though, Cragger permanently shakes off the Fog of Destiny. Then we learn from Crunket, Cragger's mother, that the Outlands are filled with Dark Tribes that seek to gain the Chi, causing everyone to rally up in order to fight them.
  • Disney Death: Laval in episode 20. He's okay, though... it was faked.
  • Does This Remind You of Anything?: The plot is very reminiscent of the Core War from BIONICLE with an empowering energy source sought out by many tribes who are willing to fight a war over it. It remains to been seen if the planet will explode or not due to said energy. Chima doesn't explode.
  • Downer Ending:
    • Episode 10 ends with almost every tribe turned against each other due to Furtivo (A fox hired to spread misgivings among the tribes by Crooler), and a large portion of CHI is now with the Wolves and Crocs. Not only that, but the wolf pact that Crominius made with the Wolves is disposed of, meaning that the Wolves no longer have any need to assist the Crocs, and Crooler has effectively betrayed her brother (Who avoided an additional layer of Mind Control during the ordeal).
    • Episode 12 inverts this by ending with the Wolves' stolen chi being spent on a battle with the Crocs.
  • Dream Walker: Apparently the Bear tribe and even their Legend Beast are this.
  • Dumb Muscle/Blood Knight: The Rhino tribe's main traits. They equate fighting to happiness.
  • Even Evil Has Loved Ones: Worriz acts like this towards Windra.
  • Everyone Has Standards:
    • In "Attack on Eagle Spire", while Ripnik is indifferent to the fact that hundreds of Lion, Eagle, and Wolf lives will be lost if the Crocs succeed in pulling Eagle Spire down, Razar is against it because those lives are potential customers.
    • In episode 10, Crooler feels some remorse for causing the above Downer Ending, hesitating to get rid of the Wolf Pact and thinking about her actions, while the entire Wolf tribe is celebrating their victory, though in silence.
    • When Sir Fangar reveals his plan to reawaken the Ice Bears to aid in the attack on the Lion City, the other Ice Tribe leaders are apprehensive about doing so, since they are completely berserk, which is the reason they weren't revived with the rest of the Ice Tribes by Sir Fangar, though Fangar goes ahead with it anyway.
  • Evil Cannot Comprehend Good:
    • Skorm was utterly baffled by Laval actually giving him some CHI, to the point where he thinks Laval was trying to be cruel.
    • Crooler can't imagine why Cragger is so willing to surrender the throne when their parents finally return.
  • Evil Former Friend: Cragger to Laval because of the incident with the former's parents. In episode 14 they finally make up, then episode 16 comes along and Cragger goes into a semi-permanent Blood Knight state. By episode 20, Cragger returns to normal due to Power of Friendship.
  • Evil Is Deathly Cold: The Ice Hunters have ice powers, and are not friendly.
  • Exposed Animal Bellybutton: Again, Eris, Crooler, and Rinona.
  • Fangirl:
    • Eris was this to Dom De la Woosh.
    • Laval admires ShadoWind, as well as he and Cragger being Woosh fanboys.
  • Fantastic Racism: Occurs a few times against specific tribes during conflict (Eagles in Attack on Eagle Spire), but each tribe is stereotyped somewhat in-universe as well.
  • Floating Continent: Mount Cavora, with season three revealing how it came to be floating.
  • Forbidden Zone: The Outlands are a mysterious area outside Chima that becomes the focus of the second story arc.
  • Foreshadowing: The black cloud in episode 18 is made of bats, a new tribe for 2014.
  • Funny Animal: The citizens of Chima.
  • Furry Confusion: Legend Beasts are animals that were not turned into humanoids by the chi water. Laval meets a lion Legend Beast in the pilot episode.
    • In "The Hundred-Year Moon", the wolves are all shown eating some kind of meat, despite no non-anthropomorphic animals ever being shown.
  • Floating Continent: Mount Cavora because it is the source of CHI.
  • Gaia's Vengeance: If Chi isn't distributed properly, the land and weather get... unpleasant.
  • God Save Us from the Queen!: Spinlyn. She's mostly concerned with her beauty, and the other spiders follow her mostly because they are awe-struck by her appearance.
  • Gone Horribly Right: In episode 16 Crooler uses the Fog of Destiny to make Cragger realize his destiny as conqueror of Chima, and one of his first acts is to imprison her.
    • The Phoenix Tribe tried to uplift the ground-dwelling tribes by creating institutions of knowledge and learning, only for Sir Fangar to use that knowledge to try and conquer Chima.
  • Groin Attack: According to Equila's commentary during the race in "Market Day", Laval takes "a log to the loins". One of the wolves gets one in "Attack on Eagle Spire" when he slides down a chain sitting on it.
  • Happily Adopted: Li'ella the lioness is the adoptive daughter of Tormak the tiger. Besides his over-protectiveness, it seems like a positive relationship.
  • Harmless Freezing: Anyone frozen by the Ice Hunters. Later in the series, a trophy room full of frozen characters gets thawed out and everyone acts like nothing bad happened to them.
  • History Repeats: The Dark Tribes were born when Laval threw Chi into the Gorge of Eternal Depth. After they're defeated, Scorm throws the last bit of Chi he has into a gorge in a fit of rage (blaming it for giving the Dark Tribes sapience in the first place). This ends up inadvertently awakening the Ice Tribe.
  • Hook Hand: Razar has this, as do some other Ravens.
  • Immortal Procreation Clause: Averted in the case of the Eagle Legend Beast, who, despite being immortal like the others (or at least extemely long-lived), is shown to lay eggs.
  • Inexplicably Tailless: The tribes of Chima who consist of animals that should have tails are lacking them. The only exceptions are Cragger, Crooler, and their parents (with the rest of the Croc tribe being tailless), and the Scorpion tribe (justified, considering it's their defining trait).
  • In-Series Nickname: Ploval's fondness for the royal children, Craggy-waggy and Crool-laloo.
  • Interspecies Romance:
    • Rogon has a crush on Eris, who comes to reciprocate his feelings.
    • Reegull is the product of a union between a raven and an eagle.
    • Lavertus shared a mutual attraction with Crunket during their youth.
  • Ironic Echo: Laval (while trying to get out of the Gorge of Eternal Depth) accidentally said the same words Cragger used on the day that his own parents fell in.
  • Lady Macbeth: Crooler goads her brother into taking revenge on the Lions and taking over Chima, even using Persuader Plants to further her influence.
  • MacGuffin Guardian: The Lions guard the pool of Chi that falls from Mount Cavora, and unlike most MacGuffin Guardians, they are willing to share what they're guarding. It's their duty as lions.
  • Make Way for the New Villains: The Ice Tribes made their debut by effortlessly overcoming the Dark Tribes, who were the villains of the previous season. Also downplayed right after, in that the first surface tribe they attack is the Crocodiles (former antagonists for most of season one).
  • The Woman Behind the Man: Crooler to Cragger; all the crocs' plans are orchestrated by her.
  • Man-Eating Plant: One of the things that exist in the outland (Which was big enough to swallow both Crug and Crawley).
  • Manipulative Bitch: Crooler. Downplayed though, in that she can only manipulate others while using the Persuader Plants. Without them, she can't really talk anyone into doing anything.
  • Mass "Oh, Crap!": The tribes' response to Mount Cavora drying up.
  • Meaningful Name:
    • Crooler is definitely crueler than Cragger.
    • Reegull's name rhymes with eagle, and his father was from the Eagle tribe.
  • Merchandise-Driven: Even by Lego's standards, it's clear that selling toys was the main priority of the show. However, similar to Ninjago, this was dialed back as the series progressed.
  • Mind-Control Device: Crooler's Persuader Plants on her brother. She grows them in a secret garden away from the Crocs, though as it turns out they can be eaten as snacks, though whomever eats them breathes the spores for a short amount of time. Episode 12 reveals that the spores are more like Blood Knight spores, as revealed when Cragger accidentally inhales some Crooler left behind, and that they merely make one more susceptible to violent acts and suggestions. Episode 14 then reveals that they have become very rare, with the plants that Crooler was growing were the last ones left.
    • It's revealed that their father was the one who planted them.
  • Mistaken for Gay: A brief moment in "Foxtrot" possibly implies this. Rogon, Laval, and Eris are fighting, and Eris gets hurt. When Rogon says, "I'll save you, my love!" the baddies look confused. Laval answers, "He means Eris, not me."
  • Mixed Ancestry: Reegull, whose parents were a raven and an eagle.
  • Morton's Fork: The Dark Tribe's trap with the Bear Legend Beast and the Eagle Beast's eggs. They are both on opposite ends of a rock balanced on a tall spire to create a seesaw trap where removing either the Bear Legend Beast or the Eagle Beast's Eggs will cause the other to fall and go splat when they hit the ground.
  • Mr. Fixit/Workaholic: The Beaver tribe's main traits. To the point that they issue vacations as punishment.
  • Nice Job Breaking It, Hero!: Crooler invokes this trope in episode 3 when she and her brainwashed brother try to provoke Laval in the hope that Laval would accidentally say (in front of a crowd of angry Crocs) that they would never get any Chi. Unfortunately, she wasn't disappointed, and Laval throws the Crocs' chi down the Gorge of Eternal Depth, causing Gaia's Vengeance as stated above.
    • Then it's revealed that the lost CHI had a hand in creating three new tribes, who not only had captured the Legend Beasts, but also stole almost all the Chi from Chima.
    • Cragger had one as well, thinking that if he could reveal who the real creator of the Dark Tribes was, then they would be in shock (since they thought they were created by either a spider or scorpion in the sky). Unfortunately, not only did the Dark Tribes dismiss this revelation as baloney, it made the others a tad angry that Laval kept such a important piece of info from them.
    • Laval gave an orb of Chi to Skorm, which led to him throwing the stolen Chi of the Dark Tribes into a chasm, reawakening the Ice Hunters.
    • The Phoenix Tribe tried to uplift the "ground-born" tribes of ancient Chima, but ended up giving Sir Fangar the knowledge he needed to try and conquer Chima, and using "The Great Illumination" to defeat him and undo the damage the Hunters did is what gave him and the Hunters their ice powers after they were unfrozen.
      • As it turns out, Fluminox choosing to stay with his son instead of completing the Great Illumination is the reason that it failed.
  • Nobody Can Die: Though the entire series takes place during wartime, not one character is ever killed (though Laval does pull a rather convincing Faking the Dead in the season one finale). Taken up to eleven in the series finale, where being blasted by fire only means that the undead villains become goody-goodies out of the blue.
  • No Infantile Amnesia: Crooler remembers the day she and Cragger were born with startling clarity.
  • Nonhuman Humanoid Hybrid: Reegull, a Mad Scientist with an Eagle father and a Raven mother.
  • Obfuscating Insanity: It's hard to tell if the crazy lion Lavertus is this or not, especially since he seem to have fun messing with Cragger with this trope.
  • Ominous Fog: The Fog of Destiny forces those who get sucked into it to see their true destiny (whether they want to or not.)
  • One-Wheeled Wonder: Speedors are (with a couple of exceptions) one wheeled racers.
  • Our Centaurs Are Different: Both the Spider and Scorpion tribes have shown this trope, with notably Spinlyn and Scutter having humanoid upper bodies, and six-legged lower bodies like the insects they represent. Supposedly Spinlyn's body style is possibly based on how most real female species of spiders are much bigger than males. Scutter however has no real explanation.
  • Our Zombies Are Different: The Ice Hunters, who are partially decayed, with the odd glowing bone and ice powers. They are fully sentient, but cannot function without CHI. If their orb is removed, they fall back into a lifeless state until they get another.
  • Paper-Thin Disguise: The fake ShadoWind (Furtivo), with Eris pointing out to Laval that it couldn't be the real thing for too many reasons to list.
  • Parental Favoritism/The Un-Favourite: Despite Cragger and Crooler being twins and Crooler hatching first, their parents prefer the former and made him prince of the Croc tribe even though the position is to be assigned to the firstborn child. Whenever Crooler achieved something in life their parents would be too impressed with something Cragger was also doing to notice and completely ignored her, which led to her taking advantage of Cragger after he became king to make up for years of neglect.
  • Parental Marriage Veto: Downplayed in season 3. Laval develops a fast crush on Li'ella, but her foster father Tormak notices and doesn't approve at all, to the point of knocking down Laval with his bow on the steps of the Phoenix temple. Neither lion thinks he's being fair.
  • Playing with Fire: The heroic tribes use Fire CHI and are allied with the mythical Phoenix Tribe in Season 3 to combat the Ice Tribes.
  • Please Kill Me If It Satisfies You: Cragger to Laval in the pilot. Laval does not follow this request and strikes a rock behind Cragger, displaying Martial Pacifist traits. This turns into Suicidal Pacifism when Cragger then instantly tries to drown Laval.
  • Power Glows: Chi is glowing blue power in solid form. When any citizen of Chima plugs in CHI, their body is encased in a blue or red Battle Aura (which are the LEGO "constraction" figures of the characters), and then glow red or blue around the edges.
    • Fire Chi has an orange/red glow.
  • Power of Love: Rogon will do anything to protect Eris (especially since he thinks that Eris has a crush on him, which she does.)
  • Precursors: The Phoenix tribe, who were the first intelligent beings in the land and the source of Chi.
  • Prehistoric Monster: The Ice Hunters, which consists of saber-toothed cats, mammoths, and teratorns (prehistoric vultures).
  • Punny Name: The titular land's name is one letter off from "China".
  • Reptiles Are Abhorrent: The usual foes are the crocs but there are exceptions. Crominius kindly helped unify the wolf tribe, and was friends with Laval's father, Lagravis. Cragger is just Brainwashed and Crazy. In addition, Wonald of the Wolf tribe isn't really evil, he's just a young, innocent kid.
  • Scarf of Asskicking: Displayed on multiple characters, though most notably with Cragger, who's scarf is not only red, but torn as if it's seen more than a few battles. Not to mention, the croc kicks some serious tail. The one that is closest to a scarf would actually be the cowl of Laval's outfit when he's not wearing a harness.
  • Scenery Porn: Every area in Chima has a lot of great detail.
  • Sealed Evil in a Can: The Ice Hunters, who were frozen in ice a thousand years ago. Scorm throws a Chi orb into a gorge underground, accidentally reawakening them to be the season 3 villains.
  • Shout-Out: Dom de la Woosh's name is a clear homage to Dom De Luise.
  • Shown Their Work: Eris in episode eight makes the real life Eagle mating sound, albeit sped up.
  • Side-Effects Include...: Fake chi may look green but it works just as good until it fades away and leaves you acting like a bird, (specifically a chicken).
  • Suddenly Speaking: In "For Chima!", the ordinarily mute ShadoWind utters just two words through his helmet's respirator. Guess what they are.
  • Super Drowning Skills: Laval. As Cragger puts it "You always were a lousy swimmer." He overcomes this in the season 2 finale to save the Lion Legend Beast.
  • Super Mode: Basically what Chi allows the characters to do.
    • Fire Chi qualifies even more so. Not only does it give an even bigger power boost, give them fire powers, it turns their armor red and gold.
  • Sword Fight: Happens a lot here. It's why Laval has a training dummy in his room.
  • Techno Babble: Rogon becoming smart is highlighted by him taking on this speech pattern.
  • The Phoenix: A tribe in the third season.
  • Token Good Teammate: Wonald is this to the Wolf tribe because he mainly eats fruit and doesn't seem very interested in attacking the other tribes. Even during the Bad Moon Rising event, he mainly just eats more fruit than normal, not really attacking anyone else.
  • Walking Wasteland: The Ice Tribes freeze the land they walk upon.
  • Was It Really Worth It?: Crooler asks herself this in episode 10, after betraying her own brother and her father's legacy to succeed in her goals.
  • Wham Episode:
    • Episode 10, as stated above, and also episode 11 takes the cake; episode 10's Downer Ending has ended the Speedor Races for good, and that the wolves are going on a rampage across Chima, taking almost all of the available Chi, leaving Chima in a state of imbalance represented by an increasing number of earthquakes, and we see that Crooler is locked up for betraying Cragger, who has started to get over her mind control.
    • Just when you think everything will be solved, episode 16 happens, turning Cragger back into an antagonist. Episode 17 has Laval willingly enter exile for stealing an Orb of Golden Chi. He's later allowed out of it due to necessity, but episode 18 ends with the falls on Mount Cavora beginning to dry up (later revealed to actually be blocked up with spider webs), which only Crug notices before he dismisses it.
    • Episode 26: The Dark Tribes are defeated and the chi is restored, but Scorm throws his last Chi orb into an abyss to be rid of it, accidentally unleashing something slumbering deep beneath the ground.
  • What the Hell, Hero?: Everyone except Cragger and Eris gives one to Laval in Episode 25, after Cragger accidentally reveals that Laval had dumped the Chi orbs into the Gorge of Eternal Depth and thus created the Dark Tribes.
  • White-and-Grey Morality: On one end you've got the Lions whom are the paragons of good and keep the other tribes in line by distributing Chi, and the Eagles and Gorillas whom are kindly scholars and spiritualists but are quick to ally with the Lions. On the other end you've got the Crocs whom are lead by a prince being manipulated by his sister, the Ravens who are master con men, and the Wolves who are savage and will seize power if deemed necessary. The other tribes fall somewhere in between.
  • Wild Card: The Ravens will work for whoever pays them; this includes working for two or more sides of a conflict simultaneously. They'll play all the tribes if it means more treasure for themselves.
  • World-Healing Wave: The Illumination in the final episode, which not only undoes the Ice Tribes' freezing of Chima, but purifies everything and everyone.
  • World-Wrecking Wave: The Ice Tribes are basically a living one of these.
  • Would Hurt a Child: The Dark Tribes capture the Eagle Legend Beast's eggs and put them in a situation where they would get smashed.
  • Xtreme Kool Letterz: Speedorz.


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