Legends of Chima
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|Legends of Chima|
|Based on||Lego Legends of Chima|
|Developed by||Tommy Andreasen|
|Written by||John Derevlany|
|Directed by||Thomas J Mikkelsen|
|Creative director||Nic Camecho|
|Voices of||David Attar|
Jeff Evans Todd
|Theme music composer||Finley|
|Country of origin||Denmark|
|No. of seasons||3|
|No. of episodes||41|
|Executive producers||Torsten Jacobsen|
|Running time||22 minutes|
|Production companies||The Lego Group|
|Distributor||The Lego Group|
|Original network||Cartoon Network|
|Original release||January 16, 2013 –|
November 22, 2014
Legends of Chima is a 3D animated television series based on the Lego theme of Lego Legends of Chima toy series from The Lego Group and broadcast on Cartoon Network in the United States. It began with 2 episodes airing on January 16, 2013, with the Season 1 finale on December 5, 2013.
On March 15, 2014, season 2 premiered on Cartoon Network and ended on April 19, 2014.
Season 3 aired on August 9, 2014 and ended on November 22, 2014.
Chima is a pristine realm filled with tribes consisting of various anthropomorphic animals ranging from the Lions, Crocodiles, Eagles, Gorillas, Wolves, Ravens, Rhinos, Bears, Beavers, Scorpions, Spiders, Bats, Saber-Tooth Tigers, Mammoths, Vultures, Phoenixes, Tigers, Leopards, Ice Bears, and other animals.
Season 1: Power of the Chi
When young Prince Cragger loses his parents in the Gorge of Eternal Depth and becomes king of the Crocodile Tribe, his sister Crooler uses Persuader Plants to force him to do whatever she wants (mostly destroy the Lions). His former best friend, Prince Laval of the Lion Tribe, becomes his worst enemy. Thus, a terrible war breaks out between the eight animal tribes over the powerful Chi, a substance that can both sustain life and destroy it. Before the final battle a black cloud stops the Chi falls making Cragger blame Laval for it. At the final battle, since Crooler has run out of Persuader Plants and Laval fakes his death, Cragger is emotionally moved and apologizes for everything he has done. It is revealed that Laval faked his death to find the Crocodile Legend Beast, along with Cragger's mother.
Season 2: Quest for the Legend Beasts
When the Crawlers use the advantages of the war for the Chi to steal the Chi from Mount Cavora by blocking the falls, the eight heroes of Chima must travel to the Outlands to rescue the eight Legend Beasts, which are the keys to restarting Mount Cavora. After the defeat of the Crawlers, the legend beasts enter Mount Cavora and Chima becomes a peaceful land again, meanwhile, in the scorpion cave, King Storm, leader of the Scorpion tribe and the Crawler, is angry at Laval for giving him chi and blames it for their miserly and then responds by throwing the chi to another gorge but not before realizing another ancient threat has awokened a long slumber.
Season 3: Legend of the Fire Chi
As a threat of the Ancient Hunter Tribes emerge, the heroes of Chima must find the legendary Fire tribes and unlock the new Fire CHI power to turn up the heat and stop the Ice tribes from freezing all of Chima. Towards the end of the battles with the Hunter Tribes, the heroes begin their quest for the 8 (technically 9) Fire Wings, the only things powerful enough to stop the Hunter Tribes. The heroes eventually find all 9 and spark another Great Illumination. Because of this, everything is fixed. The lands are no longer covered in ice and even the Hunter Tribes were healed of their rotting flesh as well as the corruption in their hearts. Chima, once again, becomes a peaceful land without the threat from other dangerous species. The final scene of episode 41 reveals that Chima is a realm of a giant floating island hovering above on an even larger unknown world.
The Lion Tribe
The Lion Tribe resides in the Lion Temple (referred to as the "Lion City" in most episodes) at the base of Mount Cavora where they harvest and equally distribute the Chi to all the Animal Tribes. The Lion Tribe's vehicles, buildings, and monuments are often colored in an orange-yellow with brown manes and tan accents.
- Laval - Laval is the Prince of the Lion Tribe and the main protagonist of the series. He attempts to do the right thing as the soon to be king but his childish behavior and arrogance gets the group into trouble.
- Lagravis - Lagravis is the gray-maned King of the Lion Tribe and the father of Laval.
- Longtooth - Longtooth is an older warrior of the Lion Tribe with scars and scratches.
- Lennox - Lennox is a brave warrior and foot soldier of the Lion Tribe.
- Leonidas - Leonidas is a brave warrior member of the Lion Tribe and cannot do two things at a time.
- Lothar - Lothar is an Elder Lion of the Lion Tribe.
- Lavertus/ShadoWind - Lavertus is Lagravis' brother and Laval's uncle and one of the greatest lion warriors. After being exiled upon Crominus using Persuader Plants on him to commit a crime, Lavertus took up the alias of ShadoWind where he sported a helmet that is shaped like the head of a common warthog.
- Li'ella - Li'ella is the only named female lion who was raised by Tormak of the Fire Tribes and is also the girlfriend of Laval.
- Lion Warriors - They are the soldiers of the Lion Tribe. They appear to have medium nougat manes and are similar to Leonidas.
The Eagle Tribe
The Eagle Tribe live in the Eagle Spire. The Eagle Spire has no windows, doors, or streets because Eagles can fly, making it unnecessary. They are known to fly without vehicles and be analytical. The Eagle Tribe's vehicles are colored blue and white with yellow beaks.
- Eris - Eris is the Princess of the Eagle Tribe and a close friend of Laval.
- Ewald - Ewald is the head of the Eagle Tribe's ruling council.
- Elon - Elon is an elder of the Eagle Tribe.
- Equila - Equila is the Speedorz tournament announcer that wears red sunglasses.
- Eglor - Eglor is the inventor of the Eagle Tribe. His feathers are dark blue and he wears a black flightsuit with a red monocle.
- Ewar - Ewar is a soldier of the Eagle Tribe.
- Elkar - Elkar is a light blue member of the Eagle Tribe and is often shown with Ewald.
- Ehboni - Ehboni is a character in Lego Legends Of Chima Online who provides guidance to the character.
- Elida - Elida is a scout in Lego Legends Of Chima Online and is playable in Laval's Journey and plays cameos in the TV Series.
- Eagle Soldiers - They are light blue soldiers of the Eagle Tribe that fight in the TV Series.
The Gorilla Tribe
The Gorilla Tribe are known to have a passion for flowers and fruits, and they live in the Gorilla Forest. They often say the word "dude," which according to Laval has over 1500 meanings in their language. Their homes hang from trees and are made from fruit. The Gorillas are all practitioners of the art of "mellowness" and seek to achieve enlightenment atop a "Tower Flower," a massive flower that they cause to grow.
- Grumlo - Grumlo is a gray gorilla and the leader of the Gorilla Tribe. He is also a member of the elder council.
- Gorzan - Gorzan is the Prince of the Gorilla Tribe and close friends with Laval and Eris.
- G'Loona - G'Loona is a member of the Gorilla Tribe who is an orphan girl that looks up to Gorzan.
- Gompsy - Gompsy is a member of the Gorilla Tribe and has a weird hat.
- Grizzam - Grizzam is the white-furred gorilla warrior of the Gorilla Tribe.
- Gornay - Gornay is a reddish-brown foot soldier of the Gorilla Tribe who leads the other Gorilla Warriors into battle.
- Gelsi - Gelsi is a female Gorilla that gives tips about various plants in Lego Legends Of Chima Online.
- Gunter - Gunter is a member of the Gorilla Tribe.
- Gorilla Soldiers - They are dark brown soldiers of the Gorilla Tribe that love to advance in the trees.
The Crocodile Tribe
The Crocodile Tribe reside in the Swamps of Chima hideout which is the source of a gas that can be used in conjunction with a gel to create a torch-weapon. Crocodiles believe in their version of the Great Story that life in Chima was created by the "Mother of Mud," whose name they invoke as an expression of astonishment or frustration. The vehicles used by the Crocodile Tribe often use olive green as a base color with transparent red windshields, if any, with accents of dark red.
- Crominus - Crominus is the King of the Crocodile Tribe, the husband of Queen Crunket, and the father of Cragger and Crooler.
- Crunket - Crunket is the Queen of the Crocodile Tribe, the wife of Crominus, and the mother of Cragger and Crooler.
- Cragger - Cragger is the Prince of the Crocodile Tribe, the son of Crominus and Crunket, and the twin brother of Crooler and the former enemy of Laval. He ends up becoming one of the main protagonists in Season 2 and 3.
- Crooler - Crooler is the Princess of the Crocodile Tribe, the daughter of Crominus and Crunket, the twin sister of Cragger, and the main antagonist of Season One.
- Crug - Crug is one of Cragger's two lead henchmen, is brown in color, has a lower jaw of his mouth that is made of metal, and is a big strong member of the Crocodile Tribe. He is known to sleep with a teddy-bear.
- Crawley - Crawley is one of Cragger's two lead henchmen in the Crocodile Tribe. He is olive green in color and leads Cragger's Crocodile Warriors into battle.
- Cruz - Cruz is a dark blue general crocodile that appears in dungeons and portals in Lego Legends Of Chima Online.
- Cranvil - Cranvil is the blacksmith of the Crocodile Tribe and names weapons after the noises they make when hitting a solid surface. He is seen in the TV series.
- Crumb - Crumb is a crocodile who dwells underground and despises those who live above ground.
- Crokenburg - Crokenburg is a Crocodile general who has a half-metal face.
- Crocodile Soldiers - They are the soldiers of the Crocodile Tribe with black head scales (or Red, Green or no scales) and use Crawley's weapon.
The Bear Tribe
The Bear Tribe is one of the tribes of Chima that are allied with the Lions. The Bear Tribe are very sleepy and can sleep under any circumstances. Because of this, they sleep through many battles and even fall asleep during Speedorz races. As such, the other tribes often consider them to be lazy. In fact, the Bears are able to use sleep to enter a dream world that allows them to communicate with each other and the Bear Legend Beast. The Bear Tribe later shows off a blind fury side in battle when the Ice Bear Tribe is awakened.
- Balkar - Balkar is the King of the Bear Tribe with light brown fur.
- Bladvic - Bladvic is the Prince of the Bear Tribe.
- Bungey - Bungey is a member of the Bear Tribe with a light brown fur and a dark brown muzzle.
- Bumpy - Bumpy is a member of the Bear Tribe.
- Bozy - Bozy is a member of the Bear Tribe.
- Buchuma - Buchuma is a member of the Bear Tribe who is very similar to Bozy.
- Bulkar - Bulkar is a member of the Bear Tribe with brown fur.
The Wolf Tribe
The Wolf Tribe is a nomadic tribe that has little need for a leader because as a pack they all think similarly. However, they do choose one wolf to handle negotiations with "the others" they come in contact with. The Wolf Tribe is destructive and several of their members are known for loving to inflict pain. The Wolves revere a great "Mother Wolf" whose "Mother Tooth" was left to them to provide light in darkness and thus is treated as a sacred artifact. The Wolf Tribe's vehicles are colored in gray, black, and dark red.
- Worriz - Worriz is the alpha male of the Wolf Tribe.
- Wilhurt - Wilhurt is a black wolf soldier and member of the Wolf Tribe and acts like Worriz's second in command.
- Windra - Windra is a white wolf who is the female member of the Wolf Tribe.
- Wakz - Wakz is the cunning elder of the Wolf Tribe with dark gray fur.
- Winzar - Winzar is a gray wolf, who is the ferocious foot soldier member of the Wolf Tribe. He has three scars in his left eye.
- Wonald - Wonald is a young child member of the Wolf Tribe. He's the only vegetarian and nice wolf pup which makes him an outsider to the tribe.
- Wrothgar - Wrothgar is a member of the Wolf Tribe.
- Wince - Wince is a member of the Wolf Tribe.
- Wolf Soldiers - They are bare-breasted (or red tunics) soldiers of the Wolf Tribe.
The Raven Tribe
The Raven Tribe is the sneakiest tribe in Chima and reside in the Raven's Junkyard like a city in the desert. They all act like thieves and they have an attraction to shiny objects. The vehicles of the Raven Tribe are often gliders colored black, dark red, and purple.
- Razar - Razar is the Prince of the Raven Tribe and will ally himself to anyone with the right price tag, regardless if it is right or wrong in morality.
- Rawzom - Rawzom is the unofficial King of the Raven Tribe.
- Razcal - Razcal is the accountant of the Raven Tribe who is very greedy, like Razar, but also seems to be his conscious as well.
- Rizzo - Rizzo is the cyborg-like leader of some packs of the Raven Tribe.
- Ripnik - Ripnik is the Master Thief of the Raven Tribe.
- Reabait - Reabait is a merchant in Lego Legends Of Chima online.
The Rhino Tribe
The Rhino Tribe is the dumbest tribe in Chima. They reside in a quarry where they are known to bash rocks. The Rhinos don't know that the world is made of rocks and they think that rocks can make them rich. It has also been shown that the Rhinos can be bribed to anyone's side by giving them rocks. They appear to be very fond of the Mammoth Tribe, though this is only seen when their intelligence isn't boosted by the Rhino Legend Beast's presence.
- Rhigor - Rhigor is a member of Chima's Elder Council which means that he is the leader of the Rhino Tribe.
- Rogon - Rogon is the Prince of the Rhino Tribe.
- Rinona - Rinona is a female member of the Rhino Tribe who is Rogon's sister.
- Runk - Runk is a foot soldier and brawler member of the Rhinoceros Tribe.
- Rukus - Rukus is a foot soldier and brawler member of the Rhinoceros Tribe.
- Rheekon - Rheekon is a Rhino who aids the character in Lego Legends Of Chima online.
The Beaver Tribe
The Beaver Tribe act like construction workers and are always working on their dam. They are very strange as the thought of having a vacation from work is horrible to them. Although the Beaver Tribe are neutral during the various conflicts occurring in Chima, they have helped out many tribes on different occasions. They made a cameo appearance in the LEGO Ninjago Season 11, episode 26, the Kaiju Protocol.
- Bezar - Bezar is a white beaver who is the apparent leader of the Beaver Tribe.
- Breezor - Breezor is a light brown beaver that resembles Bezar and is the apparent leader of the Beaver Tribe.
- Buber - Buber is a foreman worker and warrior member of the Beaver Tribe who is brown and white in color.
- Bubic - Bubic is a foreman worker and warrior member of the Beaver Tribe who is brown and white in color.
- Bunic - Bunic is a member of the Beaver Tribe.
The Crawler Tribes
The Crawlers are the result of the Crocodiles' Chi Orbs that Laval threw into a gorge exposing a bunch of Scorpions, Bats, and Spiders. They were responsible for capturing the Legend Beasts and Crominus. All of their lasers and weapons are green. The Crawlers were soon frozen by the spreading ice produced by the Ice Hunters, but were soon melted out of the ice by Flinx and later ejected from the glaciers.
The Scorpion Tribe
The Scorpion Tribe appears to be the leading tribe of the Crawlers. They have some sort of venom in their tails which allows them to control minds which they once used it to control the Raven and Wolf Legend Beast. Razar described the venom of the Scorpion Tribe to be similar to a Persuader Plant. The Scorpions believe the "Great Scorpion" dropped Chi Orbs from the sky (even though it was Laval). They worship the Great Scorpion by building a statue by using Golden Chi stolen by the Raven Legend Beast. The Scorpions live in a camp in the Outlands.
- Scorm - Scorm is the King of the Scorpion Tribe and the main antagonist of Season Two.
- Scutter - Scutter is a Scorpion soldier whose appearance has him almost similar to scorpion man.
- Scrug - Scrug is a dim-witted dark gray Scorpion similar in appearance to Scutter, except for having regular mini figure legs.
- Scolder - Scolder is a gray Scorpion soldier who is the General and suspected Prince of the Scorpion Tribe.
- Sparrmax - Sparrmax is a member of the Scorpion Tribe.
- Scyther - Scyther is a member of the Scorpion Tribe.
- Scorpion Soldiers - They are the Scorpion Tribe's that greatly resemble Scolder.
The Bat Tribe
The Bat Tribe is part of the Crawlers. They are the only tribe of the Crawlers which have wings which enables them to fly without machines and helicopters. They are the tribe that caused Mount Cavora to stop flowing Chi. They were called the "Black Cloud" when this happened as they can split into many bats. They appear very little as regular bats and have a minor role with little authority in the Crawlers. Individual Bats have not been shown speaking clearly. However, the Chima Online shorts reveal that the Bats who make up the Black Cloud can communicate in a single understandable voice. Scorm was also shown listening to a whispered report from a Bat soldier. Whether this indicates that Bats can communicate in the same tongue as the other Tribes or have their own language that Scorm can understand is unknown.
- Braptor - Braptor is the King of the Bat Tribe. Unlike Scorm and Spinlyn, Braptor does not argue of who gave Chi to the Crawlers.
- Blista - Blista is the suspected Prince of the Bat Tribe.
- Blink - Blink is a warrior of the Bat Tribe.
- Banter - Banter is a member of the Bat Tribe.
- Bat Soldiers - They are the Bat Tribe's who make up the "Black Cloud".
The Spider Tribe
The Spider Tribe is part of the Crawlers. They can spin webs from their legs and shoot them at enemies. The Spider Tribe used their webs to trap many Legend Beasts. Like the Scorpions, they originally believed that a great creature was responsible for providing them with Chi that led to their evolution which was actually Laval. However, they believe in a Great Spider rather than a Scorpion even though it was a Lion.
- Spinlyn - Spinlyn is the Queen of the Spider Tribe who has an appearance that is similar to a drider.
- Sparacon - Sparacon is the Chief Spider Soldier who has six legs.
- Sparratus - Sparratus is the suspected Prince of the Spider Tribe.
- Spindle - Spindle is a Spider soldier.
- Spider Soldiers - They are the Spider Tribe's soldiers with 8 arms.
The Ice Hunter Tribes
The Ice Tribes are a group of tribes that specialize in ice attacks. As a result of them using Ice Powers and being frozen in the Gorge of Eternal Depth of Ice upon being defeated by the Phoenix Tribe, each of the Ice Hunters lost their flesh (the parts where they lost some flesh is represented by the purple on their bodies) and gained exposed bones (which are shown through their blue transparent parts). The Ice Tribes want to freeze all of Chima so that they can live in cold temperatures. At the end of "The Heart of Cavora," the Ice Hunters are purified by the Illumination which restored their lost flesh and got rid of their exposed bones.
The Saber-Toothed Tiger Tribe
The Saber-Tooth Tiger Tribe is the leading tribe of the Ice Hunters.
- Sir Fangar - Sir Fangar is the cold-hearted leader of the Saber-Tooth Tiger Tribe who has a transparent left arm and a transparent right leg, and the main antagonist of Season Three.
- Stealthor - Stealthor is the General and suspected Prince of the Saber-Tooth Tiger Tribe. He has dark grey fur and a transparent left arm.
- Strainor - Strainor is a member of the Saber-Tooth Tiger Tribe. He has a transparent right leg.
- Sykor - Sykor is a feral member of the Saber-Tooth Tiger Tribe chained on a leash that is owned by Strainor. He has transparent ribs.
- Sibress - Sibress is a female member of the Saber-Tooth Tiger Tribe with a transparent left arm and right leg.
- Sirox - Sirox is the General of the Saber-Tooth Tiger with dark blue fur and a transparent right leg.
- Saraw - Saraw is a member of the Saber-Tooth Tiger Tribe.
- Saber-Tooth Tiger Soldiers - They are half-rotted soldiers of the Saber-Tooth Tigers.
The Mammoth Tribe
The Mammoth Tribe are the strongest warriors of the Ice Hunters, but also the most simple-minded. As such, they developed an unlikely friendship with the Rhino Tribe during one battle.
- Maula - Maula is the Queen of the Mammoth Tribe who has a transparent right leg. She is the mother of Mungus and Mottrot.
- Mungus - Mungus is the Prince of the Mammoth Tribe with an icy trunk and transparent ribs. Mungus is the younger brother of Mottrot and son of Maula. As the biggest of the Ice Hunters, it took three Chi Orbs to reawaken him from his frozen sleep. Mungus is prone to playing with the Rhinos.
- Mottrot - Mottrot is the Prince of the Mammoth tribe who is the son of Maula and the older brother of Mungus. He has a transparent left arm and a transparent right leg.
- Mammoth Soldiers - They are half-rotted soldiers of the Mammoth Tribe.
The Vulture Tribe
The Vulture Tribe are the extremely patient master spies of the Ice Hunters.
- Vardy - Vardy is the leader of the Vulture Tribe who has a transparent left arm. He is Sir Fangar's second in command and he was the one ordered to revive the feared ice bears. His strategy in battle is to wait.
- Voom Voom - Voom Voom is an upbeat member of the Vulture Tribe with a transparent right leg. He is also suspected to be the Prince of the Vultures.
- Vornon - Vornon is a depressed Vulture with a transparent left arm and a transparent right leg.
- Vultrix - Vultrix is a female member of the Vulture Tribe with a transparent right leg.
- Vulture Soldiers - They are half-rotted soldiers of the Vulture Tribe.
The Ice Bear Tribe
The Ice Bear Tribe is the fourth tribe in the Ice Hunters. They are described to be mad and uncontrollable. When they were first awakened, the Ice Bear Tribe found themselves locked in combat with the Bear Tribe as a side effect of their awakening.
- Icebite - Icebite is the leader of the ice bear tribe. He has a transparent left arm.
- Icepaw - Icepaw is an Ice Bear with a transparent right leg.
- Icerlot - Icerlot is an Ice Bear general with a transparent right leg and a transparent left arm.
- Iceklaw - Iceklaw is an Ice Bear with a transparent right leg.
The Fire Tribes
The Fire Tribes are tribes of animals that are classed as the "teachers" or the Guardians of Chima. The members of the Fire Tribe specialize in the use of Fire Chi.
The Phoenix Tribe
The Phoenix Tribe is the leading tribe of the Fire Tribes, and the oldest and most advanced tribe in Chima. Their Phoenix Temple is located on Mount Cavora, and has been since ancient times when Cavora was an ordinary mountain. Anciently, the Phoenix took it upon themselves to educate the other tribes and aid them in their advancement. However, Sir Fangar of the Saber-Tooth Tiger Tribe became corrupted by his new knowledge and led his own tribe, the Mammoth Tribe and the Vulture Tribe in a war against the rest of Chima. In order to stop them, the Phoenix used eight ancient artifacts to produce the "Illumination" which reverted Chima to a primordial state and trapped the Ice Hunters in the Gorge of Eternal Depth in ice. Mount Cavora was lifted into the sky and surrounded by an energy field, which isolated the Phoenix Tribe from the new "Earthborn" tribes below. It also began absorbing moisture from the air and producing the Chi falls that fell to the surface. The Phoenix Tribe carved the mouths of the falls into shapes resembling the eight new major tribes and their Legend Beasts. The Phoenix Tribe remained separate from Chima and its affairs....until the Ice Hunters escaped from their icy imprisonment.
- Fluminox - Fluminox is the 10,000-year-old King of the Phoenix Tribe.
- Flinx - Flinx is the young Prince of the Phoenix Tribe and Fluminox's son.
- Foltrax - Foltrax is a member of the Phoenix Tribe and is the captain of the Blazing Bastion.
- Frax - Frax is an orange-feathered member of the Phoenix Tribe.
- Firox - Firox is an orange-feathered member of the Phoenix Tribe with aviator goggles.
The Tiger Tribe
The Tiger Tribe are the militaristic members of the Fire Tribes. Some of them serve as the Fire Tribe's guards.
- Tormak - Tormak is a Tiger Cat Guide and Li'ella's adopted father after he had rescued her after the Hunters burned down her native village. Tormak is a noble adviser to Fluminox, and convinces him to give the Earthborn tribes of Chima a chance to prove themselves worthy of Fire Chi. After the Phoenix Map exploded, Tormak was burned badly by its energies which he absorbed which caused him to take on a black tiger appearance and be mistaken for a Panther by some characters. A symbol is on one top of his head. He was later restored to normal by the Illumination that also purified the Ice Hunter Tribes.
- Tazar - Tazar is a Tiger Cat Guide and one of the guards as seen in Episode 31.
- Trakkar - Trakkar is a Tiger Cat Guide. Assuming by his name, he's the Tribe's main scout. Trakkar is also one of the guards as seen in Episode 31.
The following characters do not fit the category of the other tribes:
- Skinnet - Skinnet is a nomadic skunk who always seems to cause a stink-literally-at exactly the worst possible moment, which makes it extremely difficult for most other inhabitants of Chima to become friends with him. According to Skinnet's LEGO.com bio, it indicates that the rest of the Skunk Tribe has mysteriously disappeared. His stink turned to a more perfume like smell after the great illumination.
- Furtivo - Furtivo is a mischievous nomadic fox. He is one of the trophy in Sir Fangers trophy room is later thawed out by Flinx.
- Dom de la Woosh - Dom de la Woosh is a nomadic peacock who is good at Speedorz racing.
- Lundor - Lundor is a Leopard Cat Guide that works for the Fire Tribes. He is a historian that keeps track of all events that have occurred in Chima and thinks that there are more leopards somewhere in the world.
The Legend Beasts are a group of animals that did not drink the Chi from Mount Cavora and have left Chima in where they were prophesied to return there when they are needed the most. The Legend Beasts are listed in order of appearance.
- Lion Legend Beast - The Lion Legend Beast is an ordinary Lion that will become a big part later on.
- Wolf Legend Beast - The Wolf Legend Beast is an ordinary Wolf. It is also believed to be the mother wolf that birthed all the existing wolves and gave them the “mother tooth” to “light the way in the darkness”.
- Crocodile Legend Beast - The Crocodile Legend Beast is an ordinary Crocodile.
- Eagle Legend Beast - The Eagle Legend Beast is an ordinary but large Eagle. It also has two eggs.
- Gorilla Legend Beast - The Gorilla Legend Beast - also known as “the legend dude” - is an ordinary brown Gorilla.
- Bear Legend Beast - The Bear Legend Beast is an ordinary Bear. The Bear Tribe and the Bear Legend Beast can both telepathically communicate through dreams.
- Raven Legend Beast - The Raven Legend Beast is an ordinary but large Raven. Like the raven tribe residents the raven legend beast has a strange affinity to gold things, and loves stealing.
- Rhinoceros Legend Beast - The Rhinoceros Beast is an ordinary Rhinoceros. The Rhino Tribe males becomes really smart when near this beast since the females are already smart.
- Sabertooth Legend Beast - An implied existing beast from ancient Chima, believed that it's fang is now Sir Fangar's sword.
- Plovar - Plovar is a small plover that is obsessed with dental hygiene and drops in to clean Cragger's teeth (and sometimes even Crooler's teeth) from time to time. He is later captured and frozen in Sir Fangers trophy room but escapes after using his mouth to free himself from the ice.
- Reegull - Reegull is an Eagle/Raven hybrid as his father was an Eagle and his mother was a Raven (both kinds wouldn't accept him into their kind).
Season 1: Power of the Chi (2013)
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date||U.S. viewers|
|1||1||"The Legend of Chima"||Peder Pedersen||John Derevlany||January 16, 2013||1.61|
|Princess Eris of the Eagle tribe is seen soaring casually until she is shot down by an electrocuting net. She is captured by Raven soldiers authorized by king Cragger of the Crocodile tribe, who intends to lay siege to the Lion Kingdom. The Lion prince Laval is summoned by his father king Lagravis to the throne room to arm himself with chi for the first time, an elemental energy source in the realm of Chima that grands the user evolved fighting power and strength. Before Laval can place the orb in his armor, the Crocodiles attack joined by Wolf and Raven armies. Cragger, bearing his crown breaches the throne room and steals several orbs of chi. Laval pursues and jousts him in the forest and confronts him at their childhood play area, the Forever Rock. A flashback shows Laval and Cragger playing hide and seek during their younger days, along with the other heirs of the other tribes who are their friends. Cragger calls out Laval's need to constantly follow rules and encourages having fun some more. He convinces Laval to enter the sacred pool in the Lion throne room where the pool of chi is guarded. Against the law, he uses an orb before coming of age, which makes him behave monstrous. He attacks many of their friends before Lagravis captures him. This leads to quarrel between Lagravis and the Crocodile king Crominus, Cragger's father. After the incident, Cragger stubbornly tries to show off to Worriz, the leader of the wolf pack by breaching the temple again. This time, he's caught by Lagravis and his guards Leonidas and Longtooth. Cragger attacks Lagravis and flees, leading Laval to chase him. Cragger accidentally summons troops with his flare before Laval confronts him at the fangs. Believing Cragger's capture is an act of war, Crominus attacks the Lion army. The unstable ground at the fangs leads the Crocodile tank to dangle over the powerful Gorge of Eternal Depth, which has a strong gravitational pull. Crominus and his wife, queen Crunket are trapped in the cockpit and declare Cragger to take command of the tribe before falling into the Gorge. Cragger is in grief weeks later with his burden, and his evil, manipulative sister Crooler encourages him to take leadership.|
|2||2||"The Great Story"||Peder Pedersen||John Derevlany||January 16, 2013||1.54|
|Time has passed since Crominus and Crunket's demises, and Lagravis encourages Laval to give Cragger space to adjust to his burden. Lagravis chooses to narrate the significance of Chima to Laval as he's done many times. For the longest time, Chima was inhabited by ordinary animals until they consumed the elemental Chi given from the floating mountain Cavora. When the consumed the element, they had hyper evolved and become sapient, forming kingdoms and civilizations. A few individuals didn't wish to gain power and stayed humble, referred to as Legend Beasts. They would become guardians of the realm with great raw power from their will, destined to return when Chima is in peril. The occasion where they distribute chi supplies for the other tribes and gift the winner of the competition the powerful golden chi orb. Laval wins the Jungle Joust tournament, during which Worriz cheats by using unauthorized weapons. He is stripped of his fur and thus develops a grudge against Laval. Cragger is still grieving his parents until Crooler uses a persuader plant to hypnotize him into hating the Lion tribe. Cragger arrives late to the tournament and arrogantly challenges Laval, and threatens to joust Eris while she's unprepared. Laval subdues him and chases him into the Falling Jungle, where they duel. Cragger irrationally blames Laval for his parent's deaths and nearly kills him till Gorilla prince Gorzan and Eris intervene. In the meantime, Cragger rallies the Wolves to get the Lions back for Worriz's humiliation, and buys the Raven's alliance with money. In the present, Laval tries to convince Cragger to stop the war but he refuses. Laval still tries to see the best in Cragger until he's tossed into the river to drown. Laval however is saved by the Lion Legend Beast. Before the Lions and their allies, the Gorillas and Eagles are overwhelmed, the Lion Beast intervenes and Laval defeats Cragger using chi. Cragger's army flees and the Lions rejoice in ending the conflict, and the Lion Beast leaves till he's needed again.|
|3||3||"The Warrior Within"||Peder Pedersen||John Derevlany||March 27, 2013||1.45|
|4||4||"The Joyride"||Peder Pedersen||John Derevlany||July 17, 2013||1.01|
|5||5||"Market Day"||Peder Pedersen||John Derevlany||July 24, 2013||1.19|
|6||6||"Attack on Eagle Spire"||Peder Pedersen||John Derevlany||July 31, 2013||1.03|
|7||7||"The Hundred Year Moon"||Peder Pedersen||John Derevlany||August 7, 2013||1.00|
|8||8||"The Biggest Race of All"||Peder Pedersen||John Derevlany||August 14, 2013||1.22|
|9||9||"Gorillas Gone Wild"||Peder Pedersen||John Derevlany||August 28, 2013||0.93|
|10||10||"Foxtrot/ Anarchy At The Races"||Peder Pedersen||John Derevlany||September 4, 2013||1.28|
|11||11||"The Chi Jackers"||Peder Pedersen||John Derevlany||September 11, 2013||1.25|
|12||12||"Balancing Act"||Peder Pedersen||John Derevlany||September 18, 2013||1.09|
|13||13||"Crocodile Tears"||Peder Pedersen||John Derevlany||September 25, 2013||0.98|
|14||14||"Fake Chi, Real Trouble"||Peder Pedersen||John Derevlany||October 2, 2013||0.97|
|15||15||"Ravens vs. Eagles"||Peder Pedersen||John Derevlany||October 9, 2013||1.12|
|16||16||"Reunion Gone Wrong"||Peder Pedersen||John Derevlany||October 16, 2013||1.05|
|When Laval, Eris, Cragger, Bladvic, Worriz, Razar, Gorman and Rorgon trie to make peace together with their tribes at the Forever Rock, they suddenly go into a trance by the Fog of Destiny from Crooler, who refuses to make peace with any tribe.|
|17||17||"Laval in Exile"||Peder Pedersen||John Derevlany||October 23, 2013||1.17|
|18||18||"The Black Cloud"||Peder Pedersen||John Derevlany||October 30, 2013||0.98|
|19||19||"Chima Falls"||Peder Pedersen||John Derevlany||November 6, 2013||0.94|
|20||20||"For Chima!"||Peder Pedersen||John Derevlany||December 5, 2013||1.30|
Season 2: Quest for the Legend Beasts (2014)
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date||U.S. viewers|
|21||1||"Into the Outlands"||Peder Pedersen||John Derevlany||March 15, 2014||0.88|
|Leaving off where the season 1 finale left off, Craggers mother, Queen Crunkett explains that when she and her husband King Crominus fell into the Gorge of Eternal Depth, they tried to find their way out of the Gorge but instead found creatures living in it such as Scorpions, spiders and bats that later found Chi orbs that Lavel threw in during the previous season but the creatures had already drank some of the Chi, causing them to evolve, making them bigger, stonier and smarter who wanted more Chi.|
|22||2||"A Tangled Web"||Peder Pedersen||John Derevlany||March 22, 2014||1.46|
|23||3||"The Legend Thief"||Peder Pedersen||John Derevlany||March 29, 2014||1.26|
|24||4||"The Eagle and the Bear"||Peder Pedersen||John Derevlany||April 5, 2014||1.12|
|25||5||"Tooth or Consequences"||Peder Pedersen||John Derevlany||April 12, 2014||1.09|
|26||6||"This May Sting a Bit"||Peder Pedersen||John Derevlany||April 19, 2014||1.26|
Season 3: Legend of the Fire Chi (2014)
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date||U.S. viewers|
|27||1||"Fire Dreaming"||Peder Pedersen||John Derevlany||August 9, 2014||1.10|
|28||2||"Attack of the Ice Clan"||Peder Pedersen||John Derevlany||August 16, 2014||0.92|
|29||3||"The Call of Cavora"||Peder Pedersen||John Derevlany||August 23, 2014||1.08|
|30||4||"Trial by Fire"||Peder Pedersen||John Derevlany||August 30, 2014||1.20|
|31||5||"The Crescent"||Peder Pedersen||John Derevlany||September 6, 2014||1.09|
|32||6||"Fired Up!"||Peder Pedersen||John Derevlany||September 13, 2014||1.21|
|33||7||"Cool and Collected"||Peder Pedersen||John Derevlany||September 20, 2014||1.19|
|34||8||"The Snowball Effect"||Peder Pedersen||John Derevlany||September 27, 2014||1.17|
|35||9||"The King Thing"||Peder Pedersen||John Derevlany||October 4, 2014||1.16|
|36||10||"A Very Slippery Slope"||Peder Pedersen||John Derevlany||October 11, 2014||1.32|
|37||11||"The Artifact"||Peder Pedersen||John Derevlany||October 18, 2014||1.26|
|38||12||"The Phoenix Has Landed"||Peder Pedersen||John Derevlany||October 25, 2014||0.92|
|39||13||"A Spark of Hope"||Peder Pedersen||John Derevlany||November 1, 2014||0.75|
|40||14||"Wings of Fire"||Peder Pedersen||John Derevlany||November 22, 2014||1.59|
|41||15||"The Heart of Cavora"||Peder Pedersen||John Derevlany||November 22, 2014||1.59|
A series of Mini Movies of extra adventures in the land of CHIMA were uploaded on the Lego website and YouTube channel. A selection of them appeared on special Season 1 Part 1 DVD releases.
1. In the Lego Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitzu episode 54 Curseworld Part II, the realm of Chima appears to be one of the many multiple realms alongside with the realm of Ninjago. When Lloyd and Morro have teleported themselves there with the Realm Crystal, surprises the local population, before teleporting themselves away and leaving a shocked Laval behind them.
2. In the Lego Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitzu episode 126 The Kaiju Protocol, the Beavers of Legends of Chima Appear After Master Wu and P.I.X.A.L opened a portal trying to reach the Ninja in the Never-Realm by the help of Mistake's Travelers Tea
In season 1 episode 3 of Nexo Knights, the lion temple from the Legends of Chima appeared as a visual option of the training room "Ye Old Royal RV".
- David Attar - Cragger, Lennox, Rogon, Ripnik, Reegull, Stealthor
- Bethany Brown - Eris, Crooler, Spinlyn, Rinona, Wonald
- Matt Cronander - Willhurt, Ewar, Elon
- Bill Courage - Crominus, Lagravis, Longtooth, Lavertus, Mottrot
- Chris Durchand - Dom De La Woosh, Sir Fangar, Strainor
- Jesse Inocalla - Plovar, Grumlo, Runk, Sparracon, Fluminox
- Meghan Kinsley - Crunket, G'Loona, Windra, Li'ella, Maula
- John Nelson - Wakz, Crug, Balkar, Rukus, Flinx
- Michael Patric - Gorzan, Scorm, Mungus, Voom Voom, Eglor
- Scott Shantz - Laval, Worriz, Skinnet, Furtivo, Razcal, Sparratus, Scolder, Scutter, Lundor, Vardy, Firox
- Jeff Evans Todd - Razar, Bladvic, Crawley, Winzar, Leonidas, Equila, Ewald
- Adam White - Foltrax, Vornon
- Dave Pettitt - Tormak
- Doug Parker - Voice Director
The series premiere was watched by 1.5 million viewers, making it the 10th highest rated show overall on cable that night.
|Banff Rockie Award||Best Branded Entertainment||M2Film
|Banff Rockie Award||Breakthrough Entertainment Award of Excellence in Kids Animation||M2Film
|Gold Camera||Entertainment - Children's||Tommy Andreasen
The music for Legends of Chima was written by Danish composer Anthony Lledo who had worked together with Peder Pedersen on the director's Indiana Jones and Star Wars themed Lego shorts. The music was awarded the 2013 Cue Award for Best Television Score and has been released on two soundtrack albums by MovieScore Media.
Legends of Chima (Released 2013)
|1.||"Laval the Lion"||3:17|
|4.||"The Croc Swamp"||3:04|
|7.||"When We Were Kids"||2:12|
|9.||"The Warrior Within"||2:26|
|11.||"Drums Of Chima"||1:30|
|12.||"The Big Battle"||2:20|
|13.||"The Great Story"||2:53|
Legends of Chima Vol. 2 (Released 2015)
|1.||"Return of the Heroes"||3:32|
|2.||"Into the Outlands"||3:16|
|3.||"The Dark Tribes"||4:19|
|6.||"Hills of Chima"||2:50|
|9.||"The Tale of Tormak"||3:30|
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- Eris to the Rescue. Authored by Marilyn Easton. Published by Turtleback Books, 2013. ISBN 0-60632-398-8
- LEGO (R) Legends of Chima Brickmaster the Quest for CHI. Published by Dorling Kindersley, 2013. ISBN 1-40932-606-3
- Lego Legends of Chima: Tribes of Chima. Authored by Ruth Amos. Published by Dorling Kindersley, 2013. ISBN 1-46540-863-0
- Lego Legends of Chima: The Race for Chi. Authored by Ruth Amos. Published by Dorling Kindersley, 2013. ISBN 1-46540-865-7
- LEGO Legends of Chima Official Annual 2014. Published by Penguin Books Ltd., 2013. ISBN 0-72327-583-1
- LEGO (R) Legends of Chima Ultimate Sticker Collection. Published by Dorling Kindersley, 2013. ISBN 1-40933-086-9
- LEGO Legends of Chima: Wolves and Crocodiles Activity Book with Minifigure. Published by Penguin Random House Children's UK, 2013. ISBN 0-72327-561-0
- Gorillas Gone Bananas. Authored by Greg Farshtey. Published by Scholastic Inc., 2013. ISBN 0-54551-752-4
- Lego(r) Legends of Chima: Attack of the Crocodiles (Chapter Book #1). Authored by Greg Farshtey. Published by Scholastic Inc., 2013. ISBN 0-54551-649-8
- Lego Legends of Chima: Beware of the Wolves (Chapter Book #2). Authored by Greg Farshtey. Published by Scholastic Inc., 2013. ISBN 0-54551-650-1
- Lego Legends of Chima: Danger in the Outlands (Chapter Book #5). Authored by Greg Farshtey. Published by Scholastic Inc., 2014. ISBN 0-54562-788-5
- LEGO (R) Legends of Chima Character Encyclopedia. Published by Dorling Kindersley, 2014. ISBN 1-40935-054-1
- How to Draw Heroes and Villains. Authored by Ron Zalme. Published by Scholastic Inc., 2014. ISBN 0-54564-992-7
- Lego: Legends of Chima Official Guide with Figurine. Authored by Tracey West. Published by Scholastic Inc., 2014. ISBN 0-54553-754-1
- Lego Legends of Chima: Heroes' Quest. Authored by Heather Seabrook. Published by Dorling Kindersley, 2014. ISBN 1-46541-982-9
- LEGO (R) Legends of Chima Ultimate Factivity Collection. Published by Dorling Kindersley, 2014. ISBN 1-40935-258-7
- Lego Legends of Chima: Ravens and Gorillas (Activity Book #3). Published by Scholastic Inc., 2014. ISBN 0-54564-527-1
- Lego Legends of Chima: Character Encyclopedia. Authored by Beth Landis Hester and Heather Seabrook. Published by Dorling Kindersley, 2014. ISBN 1-46541-666-8
- Lego Legends of Chima: Character Encyclopedia (Library Edition). Authored by Beth Landis Hester. Published by Dorling Kindersley, 2014. ISBN 1-46542-291-9
- Lego Legends of Chima: Power Up!. Authored by Julia March. Published by Dorling Kindersley, 2015. ISBN 1-46542-950-6