|“Why? Because someone has to stop this! This race isn't what anyone thinks! It's all a big--!”|
|"The Meaning of Victory"|
|Season 12, Episode Mini 3|
|Air date||February 28th, 2020|
|Written by||Chato Hill|
|Directed by||Clint Gamble|
The Meaning of Victory is the third short film of Prime Empire.
YouTube: It’s only 3 days until the next Speedway Five Billion race – the most dangerous race in the world! Why do these racers want to risk everything for this? Because the stakes have never been higher. The winner takes home the ultimate reward – the coveted Key-tana! Meet the legendary racers like Richie, Racer Seven, and a mysterious, unknown racer… who looks oddly familiar… Could it be…? Stay tuned for Prime Empire Original Shorts: Stowaway (part 2)! Do YOU have what it takes to compete in the Speedway Five Billion Race?
LEGO.com: It’s only 3 days until the next Speedway Five Billion race – the most dangerous race in the world! Why do these racers want to risk everything for this? Because the stakes have never been higher. The winner takes home the ultimate reward – the coveted Key-tana! Meet the legendary racers like Richie, Racer Seven, and a mysterious, unknown racer… who looks oddly familiar… Could it be…? Would YOU have what it takes to compete in the Speedway Five Billion Race? Stay tuned for Prime Empire Original Shorts: Stowaway (part 2)!
Cartoon Network Asia: Interviews with the Speed Five Billion race car drivers reveal what they believe is at stake in the quest for the Key-tana.
Inside Prime Empire, an announcer says that the next Speedway Five-Billion will start in three days and is the most stimulating race in history. Every contestant wants to win the Yellow Key-Tana, the prize of the race.
The announcer focuses his attention on the contestants. Hyper-Sonic introduces himself first, saying he is full of spirit and is very eager to win. Next is Ritchie, who says he serves Atta the Ratta and that he wants to win the Key-Tana to please his kind. Anthony Bruton Nelli talks about his name coming from his real name, not his car. Racer Seven mentions her always wanting to be a racer and proving that she is good enough. The racers fight for the camera's focus, each stating their individual desires of what to do if they win the Key-Tana.
While continuing Racer Seven's interview, the announcer notices Jay on the side and speculates if he is a racer that came late. The camera focuses on Jay and the announcer asks what his ambition is after winning the Key-Tana. Jay tells him that the race has to be stopped and it is not what everyone thinks it is. However, Red Visors start shooting at him, so he runs. The short ends with the announcer telling his viewers to stay tuned for the race.
- Announcer - Clay St. Thomas
- Anthony Bruton Nelli - Bill Newton
- Hyper-Sonic - Matt Hill
- Jay - Michael Adamthwaite
- Racer Seven - Shannon Chan-Kent
- Red Visors - Sam Vincent
- Ritchie - Sam Vincent
For the transcript of the episode, click here.
- Narrator: Announcer
- The Moonrover music from Season 3 is used at the beginning of the episode.
- This marks the first time where a non-Ninja, ally, nor a villainous character reads the title card.
- Three of the competitors are driving Ninjas' vehicles, both old and new: Jungle Raider, Lightning Offroader, and Katana 4x4.
- This short was first aired in China as the fourth short episode.
- The competitors had their misspelled or had their names wrong when they were being interviewed: Hyper-Sonic as Hypersonic, Ritchie as Ratsq, Anthony Bruton Nelli as Buzzsaw, and Racer Seven as Racdr Seven.
- The events of this short along with "The Stowaway" and "Manhunt" happen shortly after "Would You Like to Enter Prime Empire?".