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Episode Dungeons are special, limited-time dungeons in Skylanders: Ring of Heroes. As of May 2019, they are all dungeons themed after a Skylander protagonist. They also have their own type of currency, that can be used on the Episode Dungeon Exchange shop for up to a week after the main dungeon has closed.

Episode Dungeons work the same as a regular Adventure level, but they have Featured Skylanders in each stage that gain a bonus for being used on it. Each Episode also has its own set of Exchange Shop items and special Missions. Some stages also have a Story Mode version and a regular version. In Story Mode, you're given control of set Skylanders at a specific level (including Awakened Skylanders), but it can only be completed once.

Episode 1 - Story of Nightfall - Danger in Darkness

This dungeon ran from February 28th to April 11th, 2019. In it, Nightfall gains 50%+ attack, and Stormblade, Spitfire and Blastermind gain 20%+. Its currency was Dark Stones.

Story

RoH Danger in Darkness Mad Lob Goblin
Nightfall left Skylanders Academy for some time to defeat monsters threatening her hometown, Fogshadow Tower, temporarily leaving the team. On her journey back to headquarters, however, she saw the Earth Portal Master, Spitfire and Stormblade being attacked by a strange and dark Lob Goblin at a lagoon. Despite her annoyance at the lark that went way back, Nightfall joined in to assist them, and decided to escort the heroes home while she was at it.

While fighting their way through the lagoon, however, they discovered crystalline powder with a strange Dark energy, which Nightfall also saw while fighting Leviathans at Fogshadow Tower. When Spitfire suggested she failed in defeating them, however, she angrily responded, before recomposing herself and telling them to continue onwards despite the challenge to her pride.

Admitting the truth, she tells the story of going back to Fogshadow Tower for the first time since becoming a Skylander, observing that the town had never been attacked until then. To her surprise however, the villains weren't attacking the citizens, but were escaping from something through the town because the shore was attacked by an entire school of Leviathans that destroyed everything in sight. As Nightfall tried to fight a single infantile Leviathan that had just hatched at the shore, thousands more appeared, and the Dreadwalker had to accept she wasn't doing enough and instructed the citizens to evacuate Fogshadow Tower.

Understanding that the teasing angered Nightfall, Spitfire and Stormblade apologized for their carefree behavior, as her kind was unharmed but lost homes and belongings while the Leviathans ravaged the location. The speed demon then offered to turn back around and save the town from the monsters, surprising Nightfall as there was a clear risk of death involved in this mission. Though begrudingly accepting their help, she decided to lead the way as the other SuperChargers argued over wording.

RoH Leviathan Boss Intro
At the Fogshadow Tower's shore, they fought through the beasts and reached the Leviathan school leader, which was bigger than any they've seen at that point. Finally able to defeat it and drive the others into escaping, Fogshadow Tower was saved, and Nightfall thanked her allies despite their previous bickering. Rejoining the SuperChargers now that her personal mission was done, she offered to follow the Earth Portal Master back to the Academy once again, this time at their side as a loyal Skylander. However, deciding to bring back Leviathan samples for Hugo to analyze, Nightfall and Spitfire noted how the strange crystalline powder had also empowered the Leviathans, wondering how it was affecting the Villains of Skylands...

Missions

  • Goals: Clear the Stage, Clear Within 3min 0sec, Complete with Expert Skylanders
  • Hand in Darkness: Lob Goblin(and Mad Lob Goblin), Bone Chompy, Air Threatpack
  • Unknown Power :Air Threatpack, Buzzer Beak, Light Lob Goblin Club, Lob Goblin
  • Dread in the Deep Sea: Light Infantile Leviathan, Light Bad Juju, Light Lob Goblin Club, Lob Goblin
  • Heavy Tread: Hood Sickle, Undead Chomp Chest, Light Bad Juju, Air Threatpack, Lob Goblin
  • Teaming Again: Air Cuckoo Clocker, Undead Grave Clobber, Masker Mind, Light Bad Juju, Lob Goblin
  • Strong Resolution: Undead Grave Clobber, Hood Sickle, Air Cuckoo Clocker, Masker Mind, Light Bad Juju
  • Fogshadow Tower: Light Leviathan, Undead Grave Clobber, Hood Sickle, Light Bad Juju

Episode 2 - Story of Drobot - Lasers, a Mechanical Suit, Intelligence

This dungeon ran from May 23rd to June 6th, 2019. In it, Drobot gains 50% attack and 50% HP, and Pop Fizz and Head Rush gain 20% attack and 20% health. Its currency was Symbols of Knowledge.

Story

RoH Episode Dungeon Drobot 2
During the annual Storm Giant games, Cali, Flynn and the Earth Portal Master arrived just in time to see the event held in the Skylander Games arena. Like previous years, the popular Lightning Rod was the star of the show; but during the race event, Cyclopses invaded the arena and took the Storm Giant prisoner, claiming him to have destroyed Cyclops City and for that reason he was being hunted down by the Cyclops Queen.

Despite the efforts of Drobot, Head Rush and Pop Fizz, who quickly took the Portal Master's lead to intervene, the Cyclopses outnumbered them and took off with the other Skylander, who was still confused over their claims of his crimes. Using his powers, Master Eon directed the four heroes on their search for the kidnapped Giant, leading them to Cyclops City. However, they were still in the dark about the situation, and Drobot took charge to do record nearby conversations and check his history files for a clue while fighting off enraged Cyclopses.

He quickly reached a conclusion: when the Skylanders took off with the Mask of Power Air Fragment that was contained in the Cyclops castle tower, the elemental energies of the city were taken over by Magic, disrupting their way of life and structures. Without anyone to put the blame on or a way to solve the imbalance, the Cyclops Queen decided instead to find a scapegoat, claiming that Lightning Rod actually destroyed the city himself and intending to punish him to save face. The sentiment of wanting a villain was so strong among the populace that they quickly ate it up, and even a Cyclops Warrior that guarded the gates was adamant in keeping out the four heroes unless they could find a better explanation.

However, without said solution onhand despite his intelligence, Drobot had a freak out, with his suit malfunctioning and forcing the group to retreat before anything worse happened. With a reboot, he was able to recover smoothly, but still blamed himself for not immediately finding a solution and ignoring the emotional component to the entire problem - the Cyclopses' lives were worsened and the Skylanders couldn't simply take back Lightning Rod and leave them to their own devices. With Head Rush and Pop Fizz supporting Drobot on his progress so far, they suggested confronting the Queen herself instead of beating themselves up for getting there without the answer, and the group advanced once again.

RoH Cyclops Queen Intro
Fighting their way to Tempest Towers, they confronted the Cyclops Queen, only for her to reveal they were only making the situation worse - as Skylanders causing trouble would weigh the situation in her favor. Disgusted by her actions, they fought her and a few subjects, but she held on by her desire to see her subjects have some relief by their punishment and incapacitated Drobot with a spell. However, before she could continue fighting, Master Eon intervened.

As Pop Fizz sent back data to the former Portal Master while recovering, Master Eon was sure that the Queen wouldn't give up without a compromise, and he appeared to her to strike a deal as he would attempt to stop the effects of the Magic energy as long as she let the four and Lightning Rod go. Putting the safety of her subjects above her pride, the Cyclops Queen accepted it. Eon was grateful for their efforts and was ready to send the Portal Master and the Skylanders home, but Drobot, thanking his teammates for their support, decided to stay with his leader for the time being, believing the events to be related to the Mask of Power even after its destruction.

Missions

  • Goals on Easy - Clear the Stage, Clear Within 3 minutes, 1 or more Skylanders with Heroic(4*) rarity or higher
  • Changes on Normal - Most enemies are replaced with Armored versions, last star goal is Complete With Expert Skylanders
  • Cyclops Attack! - Magic Broccoli Guys, Magic Cyclops Grunts, Magic Cyclops Mages
  • Cyclops City Entrance - Magic Cyclops Grunts, Magic Broccoli Guys, Magic Cyclops Mages, Eye Screams
  • Breaking Through City Center - Magic Cyclops Grunts, Magic Broccoli Guys, Magic Cyclops Mages, Eye-Screams, Eye Fives
  • To the Castle - Armored Magic Cyclops Warrior, Magic Cyclops Grunts, Magic Broccoli Guys, Magic Cyclops Mages, Eye-Fives
  • Something Unnoticed - Magic Cyclops Grunts, Magic Broccoli Guys, Magic Cyclops Mages, Eye-Screams
  • Escape from the Castle - Magic Cyclops Grunts, Magic Broccoli Guys, Magic Cyclops Mages, Eye-Fives
  • The Queen's Plan - Cyclops Queen, Magic Cyclops Grunts, Magic Broccoli Guys, Magic Cyclops Mages

Episode 3 - Story of Spyro - Origin of the Hero

This dungeon will run from August 14 through August 28th. Within this dungeon, Spyro gains +50% more Attack and Health, and both Stealth Elf and Eruptor will gain +20% more Attack and Health.

Gallery

Trivia

  • These are the first levels in the Skylanders series to be specifically themed after a Skylander's story. Other than the comics and books, previously there were only levels related to the character, such as Sky Fortress and Winter Keep, or their dwellings, like Lair of the Golden Queen and The Cloud Kingdom.
  • In Spyro's Episode Dungeon, his backstory is based the events of the first episode of Skylanders Academy, which contradicts with his game backstory where he originated from a different land and became a hero on his own from there.
  • Episode 1 and 2 both feature Expert Skylanders.
  • Storm Giants are mistakenly called Storm Titans in the second episode.
    • The story also has a large inconsistency as it claims Nefarion was looking for the pieces of the Mask of Power, when Kaos was the actual villain looking for them even after the dark emperor's appearance in a later book; and claims that Drobot is a machine, despite him being a cyborg still having an organic half.
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