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- This article is about the figure. For the constructable, Ultrabuild action figure based on , see 70201 Eris.
- “I'm such a strong independent woman.. I mean Eagle”
Eris phyiscal appearance description[edit | edit source]
Eris has a torso and belt with light blue skin, like the head-piece under the Eagle ‘helmet’; white arms and legs; and hands of flame yellow. On her ‘toes’, she has markings like those of eagle talons. She has golden printing on her knees, and also on her belt. Her ‘head’, white in base colour, has a flame yellow beak, eyeholes, and a golden crown with a blue stone in the middle; three ‘prongs’ rise from the back. Her eyes, revealed through the eyeholes, are orange. Over her torso, White eagle wings connect to the back. Eris is clad with golden armour with two long chainmail extensions hanging on her side hip areas for extra protection. Her actual armour is mainly just the chestplate as her stomach is exposed. Similar to the attire of many Chima female warriors. It would be likely that her feathered skin would likely cover it, but her belly button is in full view. However, in the set 70009 Worriz's Combat Lair, she wears a new 2013 armour piece which is also seen on Lagravis in set 70010 The Lion CHI Temple. As well as season 2, when the 8 heroes of Chima venture in the Outlands, she and the others are given armour by the Lion, Lavertus. This larger silver chestplate armour covers her stomach. Her talons are either covered or cannot be seen.
Background[edit | edit source]
Though strategic and focused like most other Eagles, Eris is also capable of thinking quickly. Eris is kind and a loyal friend. She is a good storyteller and loves to tell jokes, even though her friends do not usually find them funny.
Eris is best friends with Laval and prefers his company to that of most other Eagles.
In battle, she wields Eglaxxor, a battleaxe-like weapon with a brown shaft, a golden head, and flat blue studs on either side. Though not particularly strong, she makes up for this handicap with intelligence, strategy, and surprises. Since she is capable of flight, she can dominates her opponents by attacking from the sky.
Eris attended the first CHI-day tournament following the battle at The Fangs. After Laval was determined the winner and Cragger arrived, the Crocodile attempted to ram Eris but was stopped by the Lion Prince and fled. Eris and Gorzan followed them to the Falling Jungle where they showed up just in time to save Laval from Cragger. While she did not take part of the battle that followed soon after, she was present when the Lion Legend returned to the Outlands. ("The Great Story")
Eris accompanied Eglor to warn the Lions of the upcoming Hundred Year Moon phenomenon and flew Laval to the wolf camp to discuss the situation. On the night of the Hundred Year Moon, Eris was safely playing a board game in the Eagle Spires when she was called by Laval to help find the missing G'Loona. She flew an Eagle jet to help, which was soon destroyed by the crazed Wolves and was forced to fly to the Gorilla Village on her own. She and Laval remained there while the other Gorillas departed to find G'Loona, only for the little Gorilla to return soon after with a fruit-hungry Wonald. Eris then helped the other animals keep the Wolf eating enough fruits until the night ended and he returned to normal. ("The Hundred Year Moon")
Yet, the stolen CHI had given the wolves an extreme level of confidence and they began raiding convoys of the orbs transporting them from the Lion City to the tribal villages. To combat this, Laval requested the help of the Eagles to fly the CHI shipments to the tribes. The first run went well up until they reached the Grand Archway Canyon where Windra was waiting in the Wolf-copter. An epic dogfight began between the two with Eris emerging as the victor. ("The CHI Jackers")
Eris represented the Eagle Tribe at the peace talks held at the Forever Rock. When Skinnet presented the treaty, Eris questioned the necessity of the article distracting fireworks on the Skunk's birthday and had it removed along with several other articles serving Skinnet. As Eris and the others prepared to sign the abridged version, Crooler threw the roots of her Persuader Plant into the fire and created a Fog of Destiny. The young Eagle was swept into it and spent the majority of her time in the Fog running from Worriz. They were soon rescued by Laval though, but the treaty was never signed. ("Reunion Gone Wrong")
For the Chima tribes' next act of retaliation, they decided to bombard the Hunters with rocks when they entered a canyon. Eris assisted by flying an Eagle jet far overhead and dropped rocks onto the Vulture planes. However, her jet was soon frozen and she crashed near a small hilltop. It was there that she had a vision of a large temple on fire, but was called by Laval before she could investigate. When she returned to the Eagle Spires, she told Ewald of her vision, who directed her to a book about the Phoenix in the completely ridiculous section of the Library. The book proved of value and she rushed to find her friends about to lure the Hunters into the Falling Jungle. She explained that they should instead travel to Mount Cavora to seek out the Phoenix, but her idea was overruled and she helped lure the Hunters. During the battle, she found herself being chased by Vornon and Voom Voom. Seeing their freezing ability as an advantage, Eris lead them to Mount Cavora and tricked them into freezing the falls. She then carved out a path for Laval and Cragger to follow, and together they entered the mysterious mountain, only to be greeted by Fluminox. ("The Call of Cavora")
Soon after, Eris and a squad of Eagles and Ravens searched the Grand Archway Canyon for any signs of the Hunters. Though they found the remains of the fortress, the Hunters had vanished once again. She returned to the Lion City, but on the way she experienced another vision of the Panther and ended up crashing into the newly fixed throne room. Eris managed to find Laval and Flinx in the market and explained her vision. Knowing Tormak could be of aid, the Lion and Eagle rushed to the Crescent, but by then, Tormak had taken the image of the Panther. Upon hearing that Laval could see the Panther as well, the two took off after him. ("The Artifact")
In Laval's Journey[edit | edit source]
When the Wolves attack Eagle Spire, Eris is taken captive by Wiz just as Laval arrives. She is ushered to the top of the Spire and held hostage until Laval manages to rescue her. She and Laval make their way through the Eagle Town, defeating the invading Wolves along the way.
Personality[edit | edit source]
Eris is a rather timid young Eagle. She doesn't really prefer face-to-face battles, but instead she likes to assists her friends from the sky in her Interceptor.
As a best friend to Laval, Eris acts as the mature one. Always advising Laval about the right things to do and what best to avoid. Her timid nature usually commented by Laval that Eris should be more 'lighten up' and to not spoil the fun.
Eris is a bit 'blunt'. When Rogon keeps straing at her with 'weird faces', she never noticed that Rogon actually likes her, that is, until Laval saw Rogon's carved slad with a picture of him and Eris inside a heart. Laval explained to her that Rogon like her, Eris was shocked by the proclamation, as she never thought that Rogon could ever like her. However in episode 15 Ravens vs Eagles Eris soon starts to feel the same way about Rogon. Drawing a heart depiction with her and Rogon in her Diary stating "I don't know how to say this so I'll just draw it." When the Eagles get attacked by the Ravens, Razar discovers Eris' diary and tries to sell it to her but of course since it belongs to Eris, she tried to recover what was hers. Razar notices the love depiction and Eris then admits she likes Rogon because of how strong and sweet he was.
In the episode Chima Falls, she breaks up with Rogon because he turned against Laval because of Craggers influnce and free rocks.
LEGO.com Descriptions[edit | edit source]
This is a description taken from LEGO.com. Please do not modify it. Eris
While many Eagle Tribe members can be a bit “airheaded,” Eris is always extremely focused and quick-witted, which is probably why she spends more time with the earth-bound creatures (like Laval) than those who live in the clouds. She loves adventures and puzzles, and can spin a yarn like no other creature. She is also an extremely strategic fighter. What she lacks in strength she makes up for with smarts. You have to fight Eris with both your body AND your mind because she always has a trick or two up her wings. She’s never mean-spirited... unless provoked. Typically, she’s the first to lend a hand, and the last to leave a friend in need. You can always count on Eris. Just don’t let her corner you and tell you jokes – a lot of them aren't as funny as she thinks they are.
Gallery of Variants[edit | edit source]
Notes[edit | edit source]
- Eris has quoted Wonder Woman on several occasions.
- Eris until 2015 is the only female Legends of Chima character to appear in more than on set.
- Besides Maula, she is the only main female character of a tribe.
Appearances[edit | edit source]
- 70003 Eris' Eagle Interceptor
- 70009 Worriz's Combat Lair
- 70114 Sky Joust
- 70124 Eagle Legend Beast
- 70128 Braptor's Wing Striker
- 70133 Spinlyn's Cavern
- 70139 Sky Launch
- 70142 Eris' Fire Eagle Flyer
- 70224 Tiger's Mobile Command
- 71232 Fun Pack (Eris)
TV Appearances[edit | edit source]
- Season 1
- "The Legend of Chima"
- "The Great Story"
- "The Warrior Within"
- "The Joyride"
- "Market Day"
- "Attack on Eagle Spire"
- "The Hundred Year Moon"
- "The Biggest Race of All"
- "Gorillas Gone Wild"
- "The CHI Jackers"
- "Balancing Act"
- "Crocodile Tears"
- "Fake CHI, Real Trouble"
- "Ravens vs Eagles"
- "Reunion Gone Wrong"
- "Laval in Exile"
- "The Black Cloud"
- "Chima Falls"
- "For Chima!"
- Season 2
- Season 3
Mini-Movie Appearances[edit | edit source]
- "Tale Of The Tribe Stone" (Cameo)
- "Air Head Flight Test"
- "Crocodile Evolution"
- "Eris Vs Black Cloud - Rematch"
- "A Force of Nature"
- "An Outlandish Tale"
- "The Eggs-Terminator"
- "The Flyin' Lion"
- "Horn to be Wild"
- "Haunted Lair"
- "Whatever Happened to the WindShadow?"
- "Big Boys with Big Toys"
- "A Completely Ridiculous Tale of Fire" (Cameo)
Video Game Appearances[edit | edit source]
Gallery[edit | edit source]
In Season 1 of the Legends of Chima: The Animated Series