|Legends of Chima: The Animated Series|
"The Hundred Year Moon" is the seventh episode of Legends of Chima: The Animated Series.
Meanwhile the Wolves are busy enjoying meat, except for the vegetarian Wonald who is enjoying an apple. Just then, Laval and Eris arrive and speak to Worriz about it. Just as he assures them everything will be fine, an out-of-control Windra tares through on a pack tracker. Worriz chases on his speedor and eventually manages to snap her out of it. As she is dragged away, Laval pleads with them to warn the other tribes, to which they agree to do the next day. Winzar visits the beavers, Wilhurt informs the rhinos, Wakz tells the bears, Wonald visits the ravens, and Worriz goes to Cragger. As they leave, Crooler suggests they take advantage of the situation.
When dusk falls, Leonidas finds Skinnet prancing outside the lion temple. The skunk explains the legend that the skunks created Chima with their smell and that it actually smells good on the hundred year moon night. Longtooth orders the city locked down and the moon comes out. Just then, Gorzan arrives at the Lion City informing them that G'Loona never returned home. Laval volunteers to help him find her.
Meanwhile at the Wolf Camp, the wolves become infected by the moon and wreck havoc within their walls.
Every hundred years, a Purple Moon occurs, causing the Wolves to lose all their primal instincts, and go completely out of control. Crooler had a deadly idea. She captured G'Loona, and tied her up to the Forever Rock, with a message and a bunch of bananas. Gorzan came to the Lions for help. Him and Laval went through the forest, but the Wolves had already destroyed. G'Loona kept screaming, where Gorzan went to find her. The wolves wrecked their transportation, so they began walking, where they meant Skinnet. They then met Eris and Grumlo at the Gorilla Forest. The whole Gorilla Tribe went to get G'Loona, but Wonald the Wolf was bringing her back. Gorillas VS Wolf. The Gorillas didn't stand a chance against the Hundred Year Moon Wolves. When they got back to the Forest, it was day, and the hundred year moon was over.
Characters (In order of appearance)
- Lion Guards
- Wolf Warriors
- Beaver Builders
- Runk (Cameo)
- Rukus (Cameo)
- Bungey (Cameo)
- Bear Warriors (Cameo)
- Buchuma (Cameo)
- Bozy (Cameo)
- Crawley (Cameo)
- Crug (Cameo)
- Gorilla Warriors