|Ravens vs. Eagles|
|Season 1, Episode 15|
|Air date||October 17, 2013|
|Written by||John Derevlany|
|Directed by||Peder Pedersen|
|Fake Chi, Real Trouble||Reunion Gone Wrong|
Ravens vs Eagles is the fifteenth episode in the Legends of Chima series and the fifteenth episode in Season 1. There are two plots: One revolving around a Raven occupation of the Eagle Spire, and one focusing on Laval's Speedor cruise with Cragger.
As Laval and Cragger have a race in the Crocodile swamp to celebrate their newly-restored friendship, Crooler goes to the Gorilla's Funky Forrest, hoping to get Gorzan to speed up the process for the Persuader Plant to grow. But then G'Loona brings up the whole Hundred Year Moon situation again. Crooler threw the plant in the fire, then she had a dream where she was Chi'd up and ruling Chima. While the Eagles practice racing on the Raven's track, Eglor mentions that everybody shares on the Eagle Spire and no one has any personal property except Eris who owns a diary, containing evidence of her secret crush on Rogon. The Ravens immediately take over the Eagle Spire but leave when they realize the only animals who come up to the Spire are Eagles (who don't believe in shopping). Meanwhile, Laval, Cragger, Bladvic, Rogon, Skinnet, Bevar, and the famous Dom de la Whoosh race to the top of Spire Mountain, led by the mysterious ShadoWind, who made a jump to the opposite side so they could enjoy the view. Razar and Eris soon join them while fighting for her diary. They end up covering up the diary information as the group plans to come up with a way to make sure that none of the Animal Tribes will fight with each other again.
Errors & Goofs
- Even though Crooler threw the dead Persuader Plantling in the fire, she is still able to pick it up from the fire, looking completely unharmed. Even though it should have burned to ashes.
- G'Loona mentions the events in the Hundred Year Moon.
- The ending footage of Laval, Cragger, Bladvic, Rogon, Skinnet, Bevar, and Dom de la Whoosh, sitting at the top of Spire Mountain, and the footage with Eris and Razar landing behind them with Laval's quote, would later be edited and used in the second part of the fifty-fourth Ninjago episode "Curseworld, Part II" (see image).