Legends Of The Hidden Temple

Season 3 Episode 10

The Golden Spider Web of Robert the Bruce

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Aired Unknown Nov 14, 1994 on Nickelodeon
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The Golden Spider Web of Robert the Bruce
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The Green Monkeys made it to The Temple with 1.5 pendents, but lost
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      • Olmec: One of the most dedicated leaders of Medieval Scotland was Robert the Bruce, who led the fight for independence from England. In 1306, he was crowned King of Scotland, but the British invaded and drove him from the throne. Twice, he tried to fight his way back, and twice, he failed. Forced to disband his troops, he fled to Ireland, where he hid alone in a pitiful peasant hut, trying to figure out what to do next.
        Robert: Okay, I'm not King anymore. I can't just hang around this pitiful peasant hut all day. I need a plan. I need a job. I need to stop talking to myself. Ach, there's no hope.
        Olmec: Just then, Robert noticed a spider building its web in the corner of the hut. Twice, it tried to weave its web over the timber, and twice, it fell.
        Robert: Okay, he tried twice, just like me. If he makes it on the third try, I'm gonna gather my armies and give it another shot.
        Olmec: Sure enough, the spider dragged itself up again, and this time, the web held. Inspired, Robert ran from the hut, jumped on his horse, and summoned his armies. Within weeks, they invaded Scotland and drove the Englishmen out. Legend has it the grateful Robert had built a golden web for the spider. Your mission is to find The Golden Spider Web of Robert the Bruce and bring it back here.
        Kirk: Thank you so much, Olmec. So tell us, where is this Golden Spider Web?
        Olmec: The Golden Spider Web of Robert the Bruce can be found in the Chamber of The Sacred Markers.

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