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'''For Chima''' is the twentieth episode of [[Legends of Chima: The Animated Series]].
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'''For Chima!''' is the twentieth episode of [[Legends of Chima: The Animated Series]].
   
 
The Crocodile, Wolf, Raven, and Rhino Tribes make their big attack on the Lion city. Laval calls the Eagle, Gorilla, and Bear tribes for help, but the Bears sleep through it. Laval and Cragger make a short battle on the Lion Temple. But the temple closes and Laval and Cragger fall. As they both think they will pass away, they both remember what such good friends, turning Cragger good again. Everyone expected Laval to be dead. But at the end of the battle, Laval returns on the Crocodile Legend Beast back. Laval explains how ShadoWind led him to the Legend Beast. After ShadoWind lead him to the Legend Beast, he spoke two words: "For Chima!" The Legend Beast was trapped by one of the Dark Tribes. Queen Crunket (who was on the Crocodile Legend Beast) explains that these Dark Tribes have trapped all the Legend Beasts and King Crominus. She also explained that the Dark Tribes were responsible for blocking the Chi falls. Later, the eight main tribe warriors head over to the Forever Rock where they get ready to go to the Outlands in order to save Chima.
 
The Crocodile, Wolf, Raven, and Rhino Tribes make their big attack on the Lion city. Laval calls the Eagle, Gorilla, and Bear tribes for help, but the Bears sleep through it. Laval and Cragger make a short battle on the Lion Temple. But the temple closes and Laval and Cragger fall. As they both think they will pass away, they both remember what such good friends, turning Cragger good again. Everyone expected Laval to be dead. But at the end of the battle, Laval returns on the Crocodile Legend Beast back. Laval explains how ShadoWind led him to the Legend Beast. After ShadoWind lead him to the Legend Beast, he spoke two words: "For Chima!" The Legend Beast was trapped by one of the Dark Tribes. Queen Crunket (who was on the Crocodile Legend Beast) explains that these Dark Tribes have trapped all the Legend Beasts and King Crominus. She also explained that the Dark Tribes were responsible for blocking the Chi falls. Later, the eight main tribe warriors head over to the Forever Rock where they get ready to go to the Outlands in order to save Chima.

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Legends of Chima: The Animated Series

Chima Falls << For Chima!

For Chima!
Series:

Legends of Chima: The Animated Series

Season №:

1

Episode №:

20

Theme:

Legends of Chima

For Chima! is the twentieth episode of Legends of Chima: The Animated Series.

The Crocodile, Wolf, Raven, and Rhino Tribes make their big attack on the Lion city. Laval calls the Eagle, Gorilla, and Bear tribes for help, but the Bears sleep through it. Laval and Cragger make a short battle on the Lion Temple. But the temple closes and Laval and Cragger fall. As they both think they will pass away, they both remember what such good friends, turning Cragger good again. Everyone expected Laval to be dead. But at the end of the battle, Laval returns on the Crocodile Legend Beast back. Laval explains how ShadoWind led him to the Legend Beast. After ShadoWind lead him to the Legend Beast, he spoke two words: "For Chima!" The Legend Beast was trapped by one of the Dark Tribes. Queen Crunket (who was on the Crocodile Legend Beast) explains that these Dark Tribes have trapped all the Legend Beasts and King Crominus. She also explained that the Dark Tribes were responsible for blocking the Chi falls. Later, the eight main tribe warriors head over to the Forever Rock where they get ready to go to the Outlands in order to save Chima.

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