Market Day
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Season 1, Episode 5
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Air date July 24, 2013
Written by John Derevlany
Directed by Peder Pedersen
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Market Day is the 5th episode in the Legends of Chima and the 5th episode in season 1.


Laval and Eris go to the market at the monthly race for Golden Chi. They laugh at the Rhinos when they sell rocks and say they're limited. Then they went past the Gorilla's stall and headed for the Eagle tent when they accidentally startled Ewald and Eglor. After that they went to the wolf tent when they found out that only wolves were allowed in. The pair went to the Raven market when they realized that their things were similar to the other tribes. Laval questioned what Razar was doing with the eagle contraption. Razar changed the subject by acknowledging them that Skinnet the Skunk was getting closer so he trippled the price for nose clips. Laval brought one for him and Eris. They went back to where they parked their speedorz only to find out that Laval's was gone. The practice runs for the Golden Chi begins and Worriz finds it easy and completes it. Laval wonders where his speedor went, when Eris suggests it could have been stolen, which gives Laval an idea on who it might be. Razar offers to sell it to him when he disagrees and tries to take it back but it ends with the Ravens throwing things at him. Eris has a plan and winds up trading a box of nothing for Laval's speedor,which is by now, repainted with ugly golden stripes. Meanwhile, Lagravis has sent two Longtooth and Lennox to find his son. The ravens steal the golden chi and replace it with a rock painted gold, like Laval's speedor. Eventually, the plot is figured out and Laval winds up chasing the ravens down and threatens to destroy "their" stuff. They almost immediately give back the golden chi. Worriz wins the golden chi.


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  • This is Ripnik's first episode, however his name would not be revealed until the next episode, where he played a more important role.