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Fake Chi, Real Trouble
Season 1, Episode 14
Fake CHI, Real Trouble
Air date October 10, 2013
Written by John Derevlany
Directed by Peder Pedersen
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Fake Chi, Real Trouble is the 14 episode of Legend of Chima and the 14th episode of season 1.

Plot

The Wolves are still stealing Chi. Crooler then runs out of the Persuation plants to control Cragger's mind leaving him clear minded and happy, Crooler then seeks out the aid of Razar who takes her to the inventor of the Raven tribe the half-eagle half-raven Reagull who tricks the Crocodiles into distibuting his home-made Chi to the Beavers, Bears and the Rhinos. It is revealed by the ravens to be "Reagull's Cheagle" and causes those who use it to act like chickens. Outraged, Cragger retrieves all the fake chi but is stopped by Laval who scolds him for what he has done. Cragger reveals the story to Laval, but are soon surrounded by the entire Wolf Tribe who want Cragger's Chi. The Wolves then boldly plan to attack the Lion Temple, but unknowingy are tricked by Laval and Cragger into taking the "Cheagle" instead. Before they attack the temple, the Wolves start acting like chickens all except for Worriz. All the Wolves are left back to their camp and Reagull is banished to the outlands for his crime. But more importantly, Laval and Cragger's friendship is restored.

Notes

Errors & Goofs

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Continuity

  • This episode marks the final defeat to the Wolf and an end to their CHI theft that started in The Chi Jackers.

Trivia

  • Despite those who suffer the after effects of Fake Chi act like a chicken, they never explicitly refer to it as Chicken, always as a bird.
  • This is Reagull , first appearence in the series.

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