|The Red Sash of Tokugawa Ieyasu|
December 8, 1995
Brandy & Quentin
The Red Sash of Tokugawa Ieyasu is the 105th episode of Legends of the Hidden Temple
Before the players stood three "icebergs" floating in the moat. The players had to cross the moat by jumping from iceberg to iceberg without using their hands. If at any point a player fell off an iceberg, or touched the iceberg with their hands, they would have to swim back to the start and try again. Once the first team member made it across, it would be the second teammate's turn to do the same. Once both players were successfully across, they had to run over and hit the gong.
|The Moat Results|
The Steps of Knowledge
One of the most skillful leaders of Old Japan was Tokugawa Ieyasu, founder of the Tokugawa Dynasty. In 1603, when Ieyasu became shogun, or ruler, of Japan, he managed to conquer all of the warlords who tried to resist him except one, the legendary Lord Yoritomo. Ieyasu gathered a large army and savagely fought against the proud Yoritomo. For weeks, they battled. Finally, the castle fell, and Yoritomo, still unharmed, was brought before Ieyasu in chains.
"Yoritomo. You know the penalty for disobeying the shogun."
"I'm grounded for two weeks with no TV?"
"Ordinarily, I'd insist on beheading you."
"But sire, my hat collection...!"
"Yoritomo, you are a brave warrior, and I know your word is good. If you will swear allegiance to me, I will restore your land and title, and spare your life."
Pleased by Ieyasu's words, Yoritomo pledged his support, and legend has it that Ieyasu gave Yoritomo his red sash as a token of respect. And over the centuries, the sash has made its way to the temple.
Steps of Knowledge Results
|The Steps of Knowledge Results|
|In Old Japan, The Shogun was which of these?||
||Blue Barracudas (Correct - Two Steps Left)|
|Did Tokugawa found...?||
||Blue Barracudas (Correct - One Step Left)|
|Was Lord Yoritomo.....?||
||Red Jaguars (Correct - Two Steps Left)|
|When captured, how was Lord Yoritomo brought before Tokugawa?||
||Silver Snakes (Correct - Two Steps Left)|
|According to our legend, Was the penalty for disobeying the Shogun....?||
||Purple Parrots (Two Steps Left)|
|Did Tokugawa think that Lord Yoritomo was a ....?||
||Blue Barracudas (Advanced to the Temple Games)|
|Did Tokugawa want Lord Yoritomo to ...?||
||Purple Parrots (One Step Left)|
|In Return for Lord Yoritomo's allegiance, did Tokugawa offer....?||
||Purple Parrots (Wrong Answers)|
|Red Jaguars (One Step Left)|
|Which of these natural disasters is Japan most prone to?||
||Red Jaguars (Advanced to the Temple Games)|
The Temple Games
Japan's Rising Suns (Ceiling)
When Kirk gives the signal, Troy and Quentin must grab a sun and jump up to place it in the sky. The player who places all ten of their suns in the sky or the player who has the most suns in the sky after sixty seconds wins. Quentin was able to place all of his suns before Troy, winning his team a half pendant of life.
Family Crests (Oversized Table)
Brandy and Melody must crawl under a table to retrieve a family crest and crawl back to place it in their bin. The player who retrieved all six of the crests or the player with the most crests after sixty seconds wins. Both girls ended up placing four crests in their respective bin(although one of Brandy's crests landed outside her bin and didn't count towards her score) and both earned a half pendant of life for their team.
Conquered Japanese Cities (Slingshot Wall)
Before both teams is a wall with four target areas of differing heights, representing four Japanese cities (Kyoto, Nagoya, Edo, and Osaka). Both girls must launch a ball from a slingshot to their partners, who place it on the wall, signifying the city has be conquered. Then the boys must climb up the wall and repeat the process with the next city. The first team to conquer all four cities or the team who is further along wins. Although the Red Jaguars was initially leading, the Blue Barracudas was able to catch up and surpass them at the last second. The Blue Barracudas won the game having conquered Edo, while the Jaguars had only conquered Nagoya, winning them the full pendant and earning them the right to compete in Olmec's Temple.
The Temple Games Results
|The Temple Games Results|
|Team||Game 1||Game 2||Game 3||Results|
|Blue Barracudas||Won||Tied||Won||2 Pendants|
|Red Jaguars||Won||Tied||Lost||½ Pendant|
The Temple Run
Brandy started in the crypt and headed into the pit, Where she successfully pulled herself back to the platform. She meets the first temple guard in the King's storeroom. When she completed the that room's object as well as the room of the ancient warriors, Brandy headed into the shrine of the silver monkey. After assembling the statue, Brandy headed into the quicksand bog. However, Brandy opted to go into the room of the secret password and was taken out after saying, Long Live Olmec. Quentin took over. He met the final guard in the bog. Quentin gotten lucky in the Jester's court, but Time ran out as he entered the room.
|The Temple Run Results|
|Reached the Artifact||No (But Nearly)|
|Method of Loss||Ran out of time|
|Temple Guard Locations|
- When Olmec was telling the legend of the Red Sash, its appearance was the same one as he told about The Silk Sash of Mulan.
- Coincidentally, the Blue Barracudas went to the temple in both episodes.
- Historically, Yoritomo was the first Shogun of the Kamakura period, 400 years before Ieyasu (he claimed descent from Yoritomo).
- This episode featured the last time that the Red Jaguars and Blue Barracudas competed against each other in The Temple Games and only occurance of this combination in Season 3.
- When Brandy met her first temple guard, Quentin attempted to go into the temple.
- When Brandy completed the room of the Ancient Warriors objective, the door to the Secret Password was already open.
- Although there was doubts if Brandy could have taken the Shrine-Bog passage, You can see the door opened when Quentin was exiting the room.
- This is the only Temple Guard encounter in The Quicksand Bog where the a team other than Green Monkeys went to the temple.