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When Ioz, Tula and Niddler impersonate Bloth's crew, they change outfits in about one second.
Jenna tells Ren that the remaining Treasures of Rule have been transformed and "will not be as easy to find". But wouldn't the Compass still point to and identify them, even if their appearance has changed?
In the opening chase when Ren throws a minga melon at the Dagron rider, Niddler protests that it's his last one, but there were a few others on the deck a few seconds earlier. (Even Niddler couldn't have eaten them that fast.)
When the heroes were captured, the sail had been detached from the Wraith, meaning Bloth's crew deliberately put it back on later. Why would Bloth allow this, knowing Ren's penchant for escaping?
The path through the river of Dark Water disappears in the shot after Ren creates it. It reappears when Primus turns back into the Darkdweller, but Ren did not dip the jewels into the Dark Water again.
The cell door on the Maelstrom is already unlocked when Strand goes to get them.
Tula's pants are grey instead of pink when the pitcher shatters at her feet.
If Garen kept the insect in a stoppered vial, it should have run out of air just like the ship's crews.
Unless Zoolie changed his policy since "Betrayal", neither Ioz nor Scorian's men should have been allowed to bring their weapons into the game house.
Ioz's distinctive sword was destroyed by the Feryx in the previous episode, but he has it back again here.
The Feryx was the source of the Stekka fog which stunted the Mobo's wing growth. But if the creature was placed there to guard the Treasure (as Ren deduces), it would have been 17 years ago by one of Primus' captains... meaning the Grandfather Mobo would have already been grown, with his full wings (unless monkey-birds have a far shorter lifespan than humans).
Konk's Mobo escorts seem to walk in place as the camera pans back to Ren and his crew.
When Ren rings the bell when the other characters cover their ears, Ioz is clearly there as well. Five minutes later he comes in and is surprised to see Keroptus.
Just before Cray gives Ren the flowers, a few seconds of film show her having four arms.
When he first appears, Bloth is looking through his eyepiece with his glass eye again.
Despite what Ioz says, the Fourth Treasure actually looks smaller than the previous ones.
Tula's new outfit--same pants, but a smaller top without the shoulder pad contraption she wore in the mini-series--debuts in this episode. She finds it in a "trunk of silks" on the Wraith early in the episode.
When Ren unlocks the door with his sword, the crumbling vines hang in midair for a second before the next cutaway.
Bloth is using his glass eye when looking at Dagron-riding Tula through his telescope.
There are two compasses on Bloth in a few frames, in the scene before Ioz bursts into his quarters.