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Legend of the 5 Dragons
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2003) episode
TMNT2K3 S05E03
Oroku Saki
Season Code: S05E03
Episode: 107
Original airdate August 7, 2006 (On Demand), March 8, 2008 (TV)
Written by Danny Fingeroth
Supervising Producer Lloyd Goldfine
Producers: Gary Richardson
Frederick U. Fierst
Al Kahn
Norman Grossfeld
Thomas Kenney
Supervising Director  Roy Burdine
Story Editor: Lloyd Goldfine
Episode chronology
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"Demons and Dragons" "More Worlds Than One"

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
Ninja Tribunal

August 7, 2006 - May 4, 2008
List of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles episodes

Episodes:

  1. Lap of the Gods
  2. Demons and Dragons
  3. Legend of the 5 Dragons
  4. More Worlds Than One
  5. Beginning of the End
  6. Nightmares Recycled
  7. Membership Drive
  8. New World Order, Part 1
  9. New World Order, Part 2
  10. Fathers and Sons
  11. Past and Present
  12. Enter the Dragons, Part 1
  13. Enter the Dragons, Part 2

Season 1Season 2Season 3Season 4Ninja TribunalFast Forward - Back to the Sewer

"Legend of the 5 Dragons" is the third episode of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2003 TV series so-called "Lost Season", which takes place after Season 4 of the series, but aired after its sequel Fast Forward.

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Major Characters

Episode

Voice-over introduction


Foot Mystics

As punishment for letting the cask be taken by the Acolytes, the Foot Mystics poised to execute a Kappa-Tengu.

In this episode there is no voice introduction. However there is an introduction of what happens to the Kappa Tengu after the second lost episode. It shows the five evil mystics angry at their failure to protect the cask from the turtles and the other acolytes. In their anger, the mystics kill the Kappa Tengu and a flash blocks the camera, making us wonder what happens.

Hamato ancient

A tale about the Ancient One and Master Yoshi.

Plot Synopsis


Tribunal armor

The Tribunal received their armor in 300 A.D.

The Turtles train with the Ninja Tribunal to prevent the resurrection of the Shredder. But when Splinter and the Ancient One express serious doubts about trusting the Tribunal, it leaves the Turtles confused. If they all agree on the goal, why the doubts? To explain the danger to the Turtles, Splinter and the Ancient One reveal the secret history of the Tribunal… including the true origin of the Shredder!

The true origin of the Shredder is explained. Shredder was actually a Tengu who wanted to control Earth in 300 AD. The Emperor of Japan summoned five great warriors (in what appears to be a homage to Power Rangers or Super Sentai or Kamen Rider), to destroy the Tengu. One of the warriors was Oroku Saki, who became the Shredder the Turtles knew back in New York. It was Saki who destroyed the Tengu's body, but not the soul. Before the Tengu died, he mentally made contact with Saki, and offered to live in Saki's body.

Quotes

Mikey: Aww...I can't sleep.

Don: **yawns** Me neither.

Raph: Shh...you'll wake the old guys.

Leo: They're not sleeping—they're meditating. There's a difference Raph.

Raph: Not in my book.

Tengu Shredder

The original "Tengu" Shredder!

Trivia

  • This episode reveals the true history of the Shredder and Oroku Saki, which began in 300 A.D. in Japan.

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