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Shendu told Uncle that it was impossible, and asked Uncle to free him so he could defeat Drago. When Drago grew close to turning Earth into the Demon World, Uncle relented, using a spell to free Shendu from his statue imprisonment.

Freed, Shendu battled Drago, but was outmatched by his superpowered offspring. To give Shendu a fighting chance, the J-Team gave him the Talismans.

Tohru and Uncle then used a spell to send Drago plummeting into the Netherworld, but Drago used this opportunity to falsely apologize to his father and begged him for help.

Shendu fell for it and was tricked, causing both of them to be sealed into the Netherworld, ending their threat and sealing both the Talismans and Demon Chi away forever.

Being the last Dragon in existence, Shendu also has the noble right to the Dragon Talisman power, and came to be in possession of all twelve Talisman powers.

When Lo Pei performed the spell that imprisoned him in a statue form, these powers were stripped of him and each power turned into a talisman, each based on the Chinese zodiac.

Unless Shendu was revived from his statue form by means of Dragon Teeth or an unknown spell used by Uncle, he would become dependent on the Talismans, especially the Rat Talisman to sustain his animated form and the Dog Talisman for his immortality.

Presumably if revived from his statue form by an alternate means than the Talismans, he would still require them to achieve his full potential and hence would be considerably inferior without them than if he were not dependent on the Talismans.

According to Uncle, he is also immune to non-magical weapons, even modern ones, presumably a trait shared by other demons including his own brethren.

Shendu has been shown to withstand impacts from rocket launchers and high-powered laser cannons.

Shendu is possibly the only one with Talisman powers. The powers of his brothers and sisters come from unknown origins, yet it is often thought that they come from talismans that are separate from the 12 Chinese zodiac animals.

Perhaps these talismans are not necessarily restricted to just animals. There is also a commentary of Dai Gui, Shendu's brother and an Earth demon, where, while fighting with the talisman's powered " J-Team ", he says " Shendu and his accursed talismans!

Perhaps like the Oni mask in his possession, the talismans were simply acquired or created by him for his own use in addition to his natural powers.

The episode where Uncle turns him back into a statue with Lo Pei's spell seems to imply that Shendu's powers originally were not in the talismans, but rather the talismans were created to contain the powers stripped from him.

She is the Mountain Demon, and, by far, the largest of the demons. She appears as a gigantic green-skinned feminine demon with a ravenous appetite, her favorite food being humans.

Her portal is located on an island in the middle of Tokyo Bay , Japan. Po Kong's return to her domain in Japan is cut short when she is defeated by an army of magically cloned Jades and sent back to the Netherworld.

In the "Demon World" story arc, Po Kong rules Japan and has the enslaved humans there mine large amounts of salt for her meals.

She is defeated and banished forever by the Chans and Tohru. When Drago sought out the Demon Chi that was on the original symbols that defeated the Demons, Po Kong's Chi was found on a pair of chopsticks that were made of the drumsticks used to play the drum that defeated her.

When Drago and his crew arrived, Jackie and Uncle were forced to take all the chopsticks there were with them, having to find which one had the Chi later on.

At the time, Jade had Tohru on a diet. When he went down to the kitchen in the middle of the night for some rice, he picked up one of the pair of chopsticks that Jackie and Uncle were looking through, these being the ones with Po Kong's Chi.

When Tohru put the chopsticks in his mouth, he was infused with the Mountain Demon Chi. This caused him to go on an eating frenzy, consuming not just all the food in the kitchen, but as well as a large amount of the antiques in Uncle's shop much to Uncle's dismay , growing bigger and becoming more like Po Kong with each bite, and soon moved on to consume everything in the city.

Despite his metamorphosis, part of Tohru was still in control. When Drago and his crew attacked the Chans, Tohru heard Jade screaming and came to their aid, using the Mountain Demon's strength to fight Drago.

In the end, Drago managed to suck the Chi out of Tohru and return him to normal, only to lose it to Uncle along with his Fire Demon Chi. Drago soon managed to absorb the Chi again along with the other seven powers.

The Thunder Demon, Tchang Zu appears as an armored, blue-skinned reptilian demon, with an arrogant and impatient attitude, and shows a deep dislike for his own brother Shendu, seeing himself as Shendu's master rather than a brother.

He possesses the ability to control electricity and lighting. He is the third Demon to be released, his portal revealed to be in the Megagalactic Studios in Hollywood, but Tchang Zu is astonished to find his palace has been paved over and become a parking lot.

He attempts to reclaim the Chinese Theatre as his palace, but is defeated by the Chans who banish him back to the Netherworld.

In the "Demon World" two-part episode, Tchang Zu's domain is never shown because he is shown visiting Hsi Wu's domain. It is likely that his domain is similar to Hsi Wu's or even an airborne version of Bai Tza's Atlantis, where the domain is located in the sky among the clouds as can be interpreted by his entrance into Hsi Wu's dome through a cloud only to find his brother banished by the J-Team.

He battles them but is sealed away forever when Paco reveals castanets Paco stated that he wanted to keep maracas in his pockets, but the maracas were too big to fit inside, the item used to seal Tchang Zu away in the first place.

Drago gains the power of Lighting, but it is later removed from him. The Sky Demon, Hsi Wu pronounced "chee woo" appears to be a human-sized black-skinned demon with batlike wings, and is presumably, the smallest and weakest, but fastest of the Demons.

He was one of the last Demons to be released, his portal located outside the women's bathroom in Fenway Park.

Jade accidentally snapped off his tail, forced him to flee when he heard Uncle and Jackie playing the Immortal Flute that banished him billions of years ago.

He tried to retrieve his tail but Uncle placed a spell that would prevent demons from entering the shop unless they were invited. Seeing Jade, Hsi Wu saw his opportunity.

Hsi Wu disguises himself as a human boy named Seymour Jahoositz and quickly befriends Jade. He gets inside the shop and nearly to his tail only to be pushed out by Uncle.

Next day, he was invited to the Spring dance by Jade who gave him a necklace with one half of a coin. Hsi Wu once again tries to get into the shop only to find that Uncle had hexed his tail to immobilize him.

Hsi Wu catches his tail in a bag, revealing himself to everyone including to the horror of Jade. He kidnaps Uncle, demanding that he undo the spell or he will kill him; Uncle said that he cannot and required to do another spell, but needed books.

Hsi Wu flew off with his tail, determined to find some other way to restore himself. But Jade, empowered by the Rabbit and Rooster Talismans, begins a flight chase across the industrial district against the Sky Demon.

She is able to release his tail on the Sky Demon, as Jackie played the Immortal Flute, sending him back to the Netherworld.

The Chans succeed in obtaining the Sky Demon Chi. However, it ends up in Mrs. Hartman, Jade's teacher. She gains the ability to fly and uses it to fight off Drago in a haunted house.

Hartman slowly mutates into a gremlin batlike creature with a lizard tail, Demon wings, claws, two ugly feet, evil eyes, and beastly appearance much like the Sky Demon.

Hsi Wu's Chi is removed from her, and she was convinced it was a bad dream. He is feared for his ability to alter gravity at will and is also quite skilled with telekinesis.

He appears as a four-armed, black haired grey-skinned humanoid Demon with a noticeably long tongue and mouth, has a very calm personality and appears proud to some degree.

His portal is located half-way between the Earth and the Moon, which the Dark Hand and Shendu reach by using Earth's space system to pass over its location.

Upon release, Tso Lan prepares to move the moon out of its orbit, annihilating the Earth's ecosystem in the process to make the planet a more suitable environment for him to live on.

He is believed to be the oldest of his siblings. Tso Lan's mastery of gravity gives the illusion of being the physically strongest demon, as seen when he tossed Po Kong like a feather something no other Demon could do and is beyond the strength of the Ox Talisman or the Shadowkhan summoned by the Fourth Mask.

While fighting the Chans, the Moon Demon's Chi ends up in a panda who uses the ability of gravity to float into the air. In the end, both Chis are recovered.

The Earth Demon, Dai Gui resembles a large minotaur with the face of a guardian lion with great strength. He is shown to not be very intelligent he speaks of himself in the third person , and has an intense loathing for Shendu and his talismans; perhaps the greatest hatred for him out of all the Demon Sorcerers.

He also hates flowers which are also the Immortal item used to banish him originally. He is shown to be able to burrow underground and move like a shark, his horns visible above ground when he digs and when above ground the Earth Demon can cause earthquakes and rumbles.

His portal is located in Spain, where Dai Gui attempts to dig a new kingdom underground, but is defeated by Jackie who wears the Armor of the Gods, an item related to the sorcerers who banished the Demons to the Netherworld.

In the "Demon World" story arc, Dai Gui is one of the last four demons to be banished, likely ruling Iberia Spain and Portugal or part of or all of Europe.

He is banished forever upon being defeated by Tohru. The Water Demon, Bai Tsa appears as a hideous blue-skinned mermaid with waving tentacles for hair somewhat like a watery Medusa.

She is shown to be very cruel, ruthless, and intelligent, immediately escaping the Chans upon her release from the Netherworld realizing that confronting them immediately wouldn't work.

Bai Tza is the second strongest of Shendu's siblings Tso Lan being the strongest, being able to morph into water to escape.

Bai Tza remained at large the longest of all the Demon Sorcerers by simply evading the Chans. As the last of the Demon Sorcerers to be released, she probably is the most intelligent and the most powerful of the Demons.

She seems to be the closest to Shendu of his siblings, although she still despises him. Bai Tza used to rule Atlantis, but since it was destroyed ages ago, she required a new empire.

She picked San Francisco with the intention to flood it with a tsunami spell. She was banished back to the Netherworld, along with Jade accidentally being sent there too, which in turn led to Shendu's banishment.

In the "Demon World" story arc, Bai Tza was one of the final demons to be banished forever, fighting Viper until she was banished after being blown to water when Viper was briefly transformed into "Robo-Viper" a cyborg version of the character by Jade meddling with the Book of Ages.

He succeeds in absorbing the Water Demon Chi and is granted the element of Water, but Uncle and Tohru quickly removed it from him.

The Wind Demon, Xiao Fung is a large light purple toadlike demon with the ability to suck in huge breaths and release them as blasts of air with hurricane speeds.

He was the second Demon Sorcerer to be released, his portal located inside a prison in the United States of America Alcatraz Island in the video game adaptation.

Xiao Fung finds the prison "a paradise" compared to the Netherworld, and is the first demon to show shapeshifting abilities.

He is banished by the Chans. He watches El Toro and another wrestler fight to the death, with Paco as a servant.

Paco is shown to be fanning Xiao Fung, the fan enchanted to seal Xiao Fung away forever. When the Demon Chi began to activate in Season 5, Drago arrived at a car wash trying to find the enchanted Immortal Fan that contains Fung's Chi before being stopped by Jade.

Jade soon absorbed the Wind Demon's Chi which turned her current bad burping habits into major windstorms and used it to fight off Drago and his Dragon Enforcers.

Drago succeeds in absorbing it, however Uncle removed it before Drago could use it. A Dark Chi wizard Jade sometimes calls him the "anti-Uncle" because of this.

He is also Uncle's main rival in the series. His left eye is grey, his right eye is teal-blue, and he has mouths on his palms, which he uses to extract chi.

Wong first appears when Tohru is mistaken for a legendary Chosen One. He fails in his first attempt, but later returns to use the Bad Chi contained in the idol of the Three Wise Monkeys, but is beaten again.

In the third season Wong becomes the main villain in the show as he attempts to steal the Talismans, after learning they were under the protection of the Chans near the end of the second season.

After his warriors are captured inside the lost urn of Wei Cheing, Wong turns Finn, Ratso, and Chow into his new warriors though they are incompetent and stupid.

He later makes a bargain with Shendu, restoring the dragon to life in exchange for the power of the Dragon talisman.

However, Shendu betrays him and takes all of his Talisman powers. Wong is later ambushed by Uncle as he is going to challenge Shendu, and loses his powers to one of Uncle's spells.

Wong then reveals to Uncle the spell that turns Shendu to stone in order to get revenge against Shendu for his betrayal. The spell he told him was the same spell Lo Pei used to turn Shendu into a statue.

Wong later attempted to escape prison by summoning the Shadowkhan, a feat he had managed once before. However, he instead released Tarakudo.

Despite his best efforts, he lost the stone, and was last seen being dragged away by past versions of the Enforcers. Wong originally employed three dark warriors known as Gan, Ren, and Chui.

These warriors were all silent, and controlled their weapons with their thoughts. These three retained their predecessors' powers, but still managed to prove incompetent.

Wong later made Hak Foo into a Dark Chi Warrior called Zhen, who combined Hak Foo's traditional attack style with powerful magic, and materialized with a lightning bolt effect.

Wong temporarily endowed them with indestructible armor to battle Shendu, but when Uncle shattered Wong's scepter, the Enforcers returned to normal, and the Dark Chi Warriors ceased to exist.

A group of shadow warriors formerly controlled by Shendu. In Season 4, it was revealed Shendu only possessed this power because of a special Oni Mask; Daolon Wong also controlled the Shadowkhan briefly through the same mask.

Jade also manages to control them by making a tattoo from the face notably Tarakudo's off the cover of a book; she is briefly possessed by its dark power and takes over Section 13 before Tohru manages to remove the tattoo.

Tarakudo, king of the Shadowkhan, was later awakened and set out to capture the nine Oni masks that control nine different tribes of Shadowkhan.

Chow later put on the first Oni mask and took temporary control before having it removed by Jackie. Season four also revealed that there are nine tribes of Shadowkhan, each controlled by an Oni general.

When the generals were sealed within masks, the host that wears the mask controls the Shadowkhan. Almost every Shadowkhan has the same body, powers, and abilities of their Oni.

Tarakudo is the only Oni that cannot summon Shadowkhan, despite being known as the 'king of all Shadowkahn'; it is hinted that he is able to summon all the types but never gets a chance to before he is imprisoned in his mask along with the other Oni Generals and their respective Shadowkahn.

They have sharp-pointed arms and their feet have two toes. They are also known as Iso's. Drago is Shendu's son who came back from the future to free him, but after being imprisoned in the present, he went after the Demon Sorcerers' powers.

In the end, he succeeded in absorbing the Demon Chi, but was trapped into the Netherworld when he was getting sucked in by a spell Uncle and Torhu devised.

Before he fell in, Shendu grabbed his arm to help him, but Drago pulled Shendu in with him and they both ended up in the Demon Netherworld. The last that is seen of them is fighting each other over one having betrayed the other.

Drago usually makes puns, such as when Uncle's Chi detector's scale broke he remarked that "I'm off the scale.

Strikemaster Ice comments that Drago is scared of water but Drago states that he dislikes water because when in water he is unable to use his Fire Demon Chi.

Drago also shows a deep personal relationship with his father Shendu, a respected and hated relationship, this being as Shendu states that even though his son betrayed him, he would watch proudly as Drago destroys the Earth.

Ice is a teenager at the age of 17— Also, it seems that he has a rather violent allergy to flower pollen. Originally, Strikemaster Ice used to be a pizza delivery boy until a customer told him of a monastery where he learned martial arts skills equal to if not greater than Jackie's.

Ice rebelled against the monks' peaceful ways and he and his cohorts, DJ Fist and MC Cobra, were kicked out for bad behavior. They sought revenge against the monastery by attacking it and stealing a jewel that turned into a laser weapon that goes on a person's fist.

Later he and his two cronies mutated into Drago's Dragon Minions and Strikemaster Ice became Drago's second-in-command. Like Drago, Ice could breathe fire, and he later gained Earth-related powers.

He and his men lost their dragon powers and reverted to their human forms when Uncle and Tohru banished Drago and Shendu to the Demon Netherworld.

He speaks mainly in a stereotypical "gangsta" style and along with his friends, is skilled at many extreme sports, including skateboarding and snowboarding.

Strikemaster Ice's posse who met him while they trained in the monastery and were kicked out for bad behavior along with Ice.

Like Ice, they received dragon powers from Drago. While Cobra ran at super speeds, DJ Fist possessed super strength.

Jackie mentioned that DJ Fist "Doesn't talk much" not at all and was never seen or heard talking except for once when Viper jumped on his tail when he had dragon powers, and even then it was just a painful grunt.

Shendu's draconic servants who he planned to unleash to destroy Asia. Before he could free them, he was defeated by the Chans.

They later appeared after Shendu altered history, serving as sentries and steeds for the Demon Sorcerer of Fire. They appeared again in the future, where Drago used them to take over Section In the series finale, Drago employed the use of other draconic demons including ghostly skeletal snakes as well as large violet snakelike monsters which were also seen in the Shadowkahn's Shadow Realm, and in the episode A Jolly J-Team X-Mas where they were even used by Daolon Wong when he used them to tie up Santa Claus.

A relic hunter, mercenary, and thief who wanted to find the Eye of Aurora, a necklace that contained the power of teleportation.

A young Chinese girl who has been forced to serve as the guardian of the Lotus Temple until she's freed thanks to Jade and Jackie. An ancient warrior who was responsible for Shendu's first petrification.

This set the stage for the series, as his spell also removed the twelve talismans from Shendu, and he then scattered them to the winds.

In the present day, a terracotta statue of Lo Pei was placed on an exhibit in San Francisco. Uncle and Jackie were studying the statue, in hopes that it hid the key to finding the remaining talismans.

Jade inadvertently broke it, and used the Horse Talisman to heal it. She then brought it to life with the Rat Talisman, bringing Lo Pei to the modern era.

Using his Energy, Immobilizer, and Levitation scrolls, he stole the other talismans from Section 13 the ones that were in the vault at the time.

As he sought to hide the talismans again, he was met by Jackie, whom he mistook for an enemy. He was later tricked by the Dark Hand, who managed to steal all the talismans but the Rat Talisman from him.

He then befriended Jade, copying her thumbs-up gesture and her cry of "Hooah! When the Chans went to visit the statue, they found it slightly altered: one of Lo Pei's hands was making a thumbs-up gesture.

Lo Pei later appeared in a Shendu flashback, when Uncle used Lo Pei's original spell to once again return Shendu to stone.

Uncle was able to learn about this spell when he interrogated Daolon Wong after he disenchanted him. But rather than scatter the talismans around the world they were only scattered inches from Shendu.

A classmate of Jade's at her school. When Jade would tell the class the adventures she would have with her Uncle Jackie, the class would tease and make fun of her.

Drew is often the main instigator and presumably her rival. There are times in the show where Drew is mere feet from unbelievable experiences like Jade becoming Queen of the Shadowkhan or Hsi Wu posing as a new student to get to Jade and her family, and he never finds out the truth.

Finally, an incident involving talisman-powered animals, Daolon Wong, and his dark warriors would reveal that Jade was telling the truth all along.

When he tries to tell the class what he saw, Jade denies that she knew anything, and then the class laughed at him for a change.

Regardless, he still acts like a jerk to Jade, possibly due to the aforementioned reason. The teacher in Jade and Drew's class at Jade's school.

She never believed the outrageous stories Jade told in her classroom about the adventures she would have with her Uncle Jackie.

Due to this and Jade's disruptive or rude behavior, Mrs. Hartman would either send Jade to detention or call Jackie. Despite this, Mrs.

Hartman loves teaching and her class even Jade. Seen mainly in the first two seasons and the fifth season where she was accidentally mutated into a demoness by the Sky Demon's Chi this was her most important appearance , Mrs.

Hartman had few appearances in the third and fourth seasons. Stern but well-meaning, Tohru's mother makes frequent appearances in the series.

The first time, she arrives and makes Tohru feel unworthy of her love, and she immediately hits off on the wrong note with Uncle such as, calling the antique shop a "junk shop" and calling him a "Billy Goat.

Mama later joins the Chans and Tohru on a cruise ship, where her antagonism of Uncle continues. However, the two once again work together to stop the forces of darkness, tripping several thieves using shuffleboard pucks.

Mama appears again during the quest for the Snake Talisman power, and inadvertently infuses part of the magic of the egg it is contained in into her tea by dipping it in, turning her invisible.

She aids the Chans once again, where Tohru teaches her that he can take care of himself, and Uncle reluctantly makes her visible again.

Her final appearance was during Christmas when she was flying in by plane and saw Tohru flying in a sleigh as Santa Claus when Tohru, Jade, and Paco were filling in for Santa to deliver presents and later acknowledged this when he met her at Uncle's shop.

Her mannerisms towards Uncle were referenced in later episodes, such as during Tohru's rift with Uncle in Season 4, and when Tohru is infected by an evil mirror spirit, his worst fears about himself come true and he temporarily turns into a giant version of his mother.

Jackie and Jade travel along as stowaways on their stolen shuttle and must hold off the demon so Tohru can arrive on the reserve shuttle with the Chi Spell ingredients.

With Uncle handling the incantations from NASA Mission Control, they must seal the Demon Sorcerer back in the void before he uses his gravity-manipulating powers to change the face of Earth forever.

Jackie searches for the Lotus Temple. Jade gets lost and finds the temple. She also encounters a young girl name Xu Lin who is cursed.

Jade promises to help her break the curse. Jackie is excavating some ancient armor when Uncle reveals it is the Armor of the Gods. This ancient suit of armor was worn by the Eight Immortals in their battles against the Demon Sorcerers.

However, sealing Dai Gui is complicated, as Jade used a sleeping potion on Uncle due to his constant complaining. Jade stows away and accompanies him on his mission, sending Jackie after them.

Hsi Wu, the Sky Demon, flies out from his prison — but it is situated right in front of a bathroom door, and his tail snaps off as Jade tries to close it on the monster.

In order to fully restore himself, Hsi Wu disguises himself as a boy near Jade's age, and Jade develops feelings for the mysterious "Seymour.

Jackie and Uncle are supposed to explore an underground city when on the same night Jade's theatrical debut is to occur.

Jade is upset that no one will be there to see her perform, and comes up with a solution. An ancient evil is freed from the underground city seeking revenge on the descendants of the one who imprisoned it.

When Jackie returns home, he notices Jade's lack of activity and makes her join the Buttercup Scouts.

Jade returns the favor by making Jackie accompany the troop on a camping trip. They need to prevent the villain Peter Bailey from abducting the specimen.

An evil dentist smuggles an ancient artifact called the Holy Sutras in Jackie's filling. The hero must prevent the Sutras from falling into the wrong hands.

Captain Black asks Jackie to guard the King of Tangra. Jade uses the Snake Talisman to get access to the King, and finds out what the child King's life is like.

She seeks out her old kingdom — Atlantis, but when she finds it in ruins, she chooses to drown San Francisco as a new home with some information from Finn.

Meanwhile, Valmont manages to render Shendu unconscious and seeks help from the Chans to exorcise him from his body. However as Uncle is preoccupied with finding a spell to stop the flood, the Chans with Valmont have to face Bai Tsa without him.

In the end Uncle succeeds in stopping the flood but the seal that was placed on Valmont's head is wiped away by the water allowing Shendu to regain control and both he and Bai Tsa escape.

Before Bai Tsa can use another flood, Uncle uses a gourd from one of the Immortals to seal her away again.

Unfortunately, Jade steps too close to the chi spell and is dragged into Bai Tsa's portal. Meanwhile, the Demon Sorcerers communicate with and confront Shendu.

In order to escape punishment, he promises that all seven of the Demons can use his own Portal — the only one left — to come back to Earth.

A race against time ensues as the Chans work from both sides to both recover Jade and close the last portal for good. Note: At the end of the episode Shendu is exorcised from Valmont and sent into the interdimensional Netherworld.

Shendu is being tortured by his brothers and sisters when he manages to discover a time rift that allows him to escape the Demon Netherworld and, at long last, possess Jackie.

He uses Jackie's body to travel to a mysterious temple in Australia that houses the Book of Ages, a veritable history book has the power to alter reality.

But when Jade tears off a piece of the page Shendu altered, her memories are the only one unaffected in the new reality where each of the Demon Sorcerers rules a different area of the world.

Jade, Uncle, and Jackie escape from Shendu's palace with a few talismans taken from Shendu. Using Jade's memories of the Immortal symbols, they embark on a mission to find the other members of the "J-Team" and manage to banish half of the Demons in the process.

Realizing what has transpired, Shendu and the other three remaining Demons make a final stand at Australia to prevent history from being corrected.

Jackie finds a highly valued cat statue. Anyone who is scratched by it is magically mutated. Both Valmont and Jade are affected. Jackie goes on a cruise ship to safeguard a rare statue from criminals who have attempted to steal it.

He brings Uncle, Jade, and a very seasick Tohru along, who invites his mother to join them. Jade helps cure Tohru's seasickness with the Horse Talisman.

Despite their efforts, the criminals get aboard and commandeer the ship. The Enforcers quit the Dark Hand and try to start their own criminal organization.

Their first caper in Ireland leads to a lot of trouble for Jackie as he attempts to return a cursed gem to its original tomb. The magical gloves of a long-dead pirate frame Tohru for several thefts.

Jackie and Jade investigate the disappearance of Stonehenge in England and are soon being hunted down by maniacal druids.

On a trip to buy antiques for the store, the Chans accidentally release a ferocious monster known as a Niong Jiang vampire.

It grows stronger by sucking out the energy of humans given him the ability to resist the sun and his own weaknesses , and manages to attack Tohru.

To save him, Uncle borrows some of Jade's chi, infusing Tohru with her personality. When Jade is attacked, Uncle lends her some of his qi, but who will save Uncle when his magic is stolen?

He becomes the beast's slave, but Uncle-Jade manages to hold him off. The haunted merry-go-round is halted when the mixed-up heroes cast a spell to defeat the creature.

Note : This episode is based on the proverb "See no evil; hear no evil; speak no evil. Hak Foo makes his comeback, searching for the armbands of Shiva in India.

Jackie finds them first, and when Hak Foo comes looking for them, an errant spell by Jade shrinks them both to the miniature size of ants.

Jackie fights Hak Foo and eventually Hak Foo gets the bands of Shiva which allow its wearer to grow extra arms. Uncle reverses the spell and Jade makes Hak Foo tiny enough to put in a jar.

Jackie releases the Monkey King and mutates himself into a puppet, but is reanimated when Jade uses the Rat Talisman.

The only way to revert him is to have the Monkey King pull on his leg. When the Talismans are forced out of Section 13 by Captain Black's superiors during their inspection, Jade tries to have some fun with them one last time.

However, an accident during the rewiring of the security system causes her to absorb all the powers of the Talismans.

A criminal mastermind named Chang is holding a tournament to find the most worthy fighters to be his bodyguard. In an attempt to foil his plan, Jade enters all the members of the J-Team.

The basic plot is copied off of Bruce Lee 's movie Enter the Dragon. Valmont's enforcers and Daolon Wong simultaneously go to Section 13 to get the talismans.

Jackie decides to destroy the talismans with a laser. They break and crumble, and the powers shoot up into the sky and scatter, while Uncle imprisons Wong's Dark Chi Warriors.

Uncle tells Jackie that though the Talismans were destroyed, the powers they contain would search the earth and find noble animals of the Chinese zodiac from which the powers originated in which to reside.

After successfully stopping Wong and getting Scruffy back to Section 13, Uncle creates an anti-Dark Chi barrier so the noble animals, the rest of which are still to be found, can remain safe from Wong inside the vault until new vessels can be created to hold the powers.

Sasha the Tiger. Confounding the problem is the appearance of Daolon Wong and the splitting up of Sasha into a docile and savage version of herself, as well as giving Jackie a "splitting" headache when Jackie is partly split, and now has a Light Jackie head and a Dark Jackie head.

Now the two must stop Daolon Wong from getting the powers of the gentle and ferocious Sashas. But then the power of the Rat Talisman Power reanimates a statue of Quetzalcoatl, who mistakenly believes Jade is the goddess Cihuacoatl, goddess of earth and El Toro is Xolotl, god of the underworld.

Haiku the Monkey. A construction worker accidentally reawakens the Monkey King and he is bent on getting revenge on the Chans. Back at the shop, the Chans find the next animal — Haiku, The Monkey , with the Talisman Power of Shapeshifting — and immediately set off to Hawaii where the Monkey is.

Unfortunately, so does Daolon Wong, and the Monkey finds itself stuck in the middle of a three-way fight. Egbert the Rooster and Mordecai the Pig.

Jackie and Jade are already onto the next noble animal — The Rooster Eggbert, in Malaysia with the Rooster having discovered its unique Power of Levitation already and is floating all around the landscape.

After catching it, Jackie is told by Uncle to head to Kansas to locate another noble animal — The Pig Mordecai, with the Power of incandescent eyes.

While there Eggbert teams up with Mordecai and catching the two along with convincing Mordecai's owners into letting it come with them becomes a bit more difficult.

But in the end, despite everything that was done, Daolon Wong succeeded in absorbing the Talisman powers from both animals.

Lucky the Rabbit. As a young, hopeful, but denied player discovers its powers, he sees the chance to finally prove himself to his team. But the Sheep's Astral form leaves its body when witnessing the Chans and the Enforcers fight over it, and it is up to Jade to persuade it to return.

If that wasn't bad enough the Dark Chi Enforcers are banished to Limbo for their failure and Wong decides to use the Shadowkhan in their place.

Despite their efforts, Wong gets to the Sheep first, and banishes Jackie and Jade's Astral forms with the Sheep's power.

When their astral forms are accidentally placed into the wrong bodies by Uncle, Jackie and Jade must work together in this condition to help Uncle take back the Sheep's power before Wong can use it to easily locate the remaining noble animals.

Sampa the Snake. Tohru's mother makes an 'impromptu' visit to India as the Chans are looking for the noble Snake Sampa with the Talisman Power of Invisibility and accidentally turns herself invisible, and plans to use this power to protect her child, despite Tohru wishing to prove that he can take care of himself.

Royal Medicine the Horse. Daolon Wong reduces Valmont's age to that of a child's, and he goes to the Chans to help him get back to normal, but travels with them to recover the noble Horse called Royal Medicine that possesses the power of Healing in London and ends up helping out while he's at it.

Meanwhile, Jade also wants to be older and casts a spell on herself with unexpected results. Soon after Uncle secretly transferred the power of Superhuman Strength into himself for safekeeping, his spiritual head is captured by Daolon Wong to find out where the Strength power had been transferred to.

After safely getting the Ox to Section 13, Jade sneaks all the animals out of Section 13 to a school fair to prove to her classmates her adventures really happened, and Daolon Wong jumps at the chance to capture them.

Valmont wipes Tohru's memory and convinces him that he is still a loyal Enforcer, so Valmont can rob a rare statue called the Golden Elephant and sell it to finance the re-building of the Dark Hand Empire.

The Chans go out to stop Valmont while Jade wants to be reunited with her friend. Shendu the Dragon. Shendu finally absorbs all twelve powers from the animals, but Uncle arrives with Section 13 just in time to cast the twin scroll spell originally used by Lo Pei centuries ago to re-imprison Shendu as a stone statue, and separating the twelve powers a few inches from him in the form of twelve magical Talismans identical to the ones Jackie had destroyed by accident earlier.

Jackie allows Jade to keep Scruffy, the Dog which held the power of immortality, and Captain Black secures the statue and Talismans within Section 13's vault.

Uncle takes Jackie, Jade, and Tohru to see a show being put on by his old opera troop, which is now led by his old friend 'Beetle Brow'.

Jade takes a serious interest in the performance, where two warriors pass through the wall using special makeup.

Jackie, preparing himself for an important exhibit that night, finds the two warriors stealing priceless artifacts. One gets a black eye during the ensuing chase, but when Jackie wipes off his makeup, he reveals no black eye.

Jade discovers the real crooks using the makeup, and tells Jackie. The two sneak onto the stage and do battle with the scoundrels, and reveal them to be crooks after smashing open a prop they hid their loot inside.

Uncle says goodbye to his old friend, and hopes to see him again soon. Chang, having escaped from prison, creates clones of the people that defeated him — the J-Team.

He then uses them to steal a collection of artifacts from the museum. With the enforcers in tow, Tarakudo sets out for Shendu's palace.

The Chans find themselves outmatched and Tohru is reminded of the Oni of Japan. It ends up on Chow, but not before Tarakudo reveals himself as Lord of the Oni.

Using a new incantation, Uncle creates a removal spell to take off Chow's mask. Tohru then reads the script of a tablet in the palace. It tells of the 9 Oni generals, each with their own tribe of Shadowkhan.

Each was imprisoned in a different masks, and if brought together, can summon enough Shadowkhan to cover the world in eternal darkness.

After Ratso puts it on and summons a new breed of Shadowkhan called the Razor Khan, Uncle discovers that each mask requires a different removal ingredient.

Tohru reads about the Hana Fuda cards, which can be used to locate Oni masks and discover their ingredients. Tarakudo attacks, but they escape after Tohru defeats Tarakudo with the bane of the Oni: onions.

As they make their way to the shrine of the Hana Fuda, Uncle leaves, feeling that Tohru has replaced him. Arriving at the shrine, the Chans discover that it has become a car factory, and that the president owns the cards.

Ratso arrives with the Razor Shadowkhan, and Jade and Tohru use the cards to discover the removal ingredient. Just as they are about to be overwhelmed, Uncle returns, using Tohru's new stun spell to combat the Shadowkhan.

He then uses the Japanese silk in the president's tie to activate the removal spell. Uncle then follows up on Tohru's idea and creates an onion spell barrier around Section 13 to keep Tarakudo away from Oni Masks in the vault.

Accidentally, Scruffy ends up wearing the mask. Tarakudo controls him, and uses him to summon a new breed of Shadowkhan named the Bat Khan.

Jade, compelled to rescue her Dog , forms the T-Troop: T-Girl, Jade with the strength of the Ox ; Super Moose, animated by the Rat talisman; and Mordecai the Pig and Egbert the Rooster visiting a town at the time with their respective talisman powers.

Jade ends up captured, and the Troop teams up with Jackie to rescue both her and Scruffy. This episode features the return of the Dog , Pig and Rooster that were previously the Noble Animals that were infused with the Talisman powers from Season 3.

Brandon Vietti. While Uncle and Tohru search for the removal ingredient, Black grows more and more evil under the mask's influence and tries to give the masks to Finn, Ratso and Chow but is stopped by Jade using the Tiger Talisman on Captain Black splitting him into Light and Dark versions of himself and using the Rabbit and Ox Talismans to get the rest of the masks from Black's Demon side.

After recovering an important Oni Mask Of General Ikazuki, Tohru gets fed up with Uncle's bossiness, and the two stop speaking to each other.

Jade uses the Rat talisman to bring the mask to life, so they can interrogate it. However, it escapes with the intention of attaching itself to Tohru.

The mask is accidentally sat on by Finn and ends up stuck to his butt. Undeterred, the mask summons the Samurai Shadowkhan, and captures Tohru, who has the mask removal spell with him.

Uncle, unwilling to let his apprentice down, uses shadow magic to take Jackie and himself to Tohru. They fight off the Shadowkhan, and Finn uses the removal spell to evict the mask from his hindquarters, because he had enough of the busybody and noisy mask commanding Shadowkhan to keep carrying and turning him when Ikazuki wants to talk.

Paco and El Toro arrive in town to celebrate Halloween and Paco is discouraged by the way the others treat him.

Setting out to be the scariest, he finds Tarakudo, who teaches him how to summon the Squid Shadowkhan. He captures Jade, and is about to injure her when the Chans and El Toro arrive with the removal potion.

El Toro faces Paco in a wrestling match, but ends up defeated. He then encourages Paco to remove the mask himself, who ultimately fights against the mask's will to do so.

However, both teams are beaten by Valmont. He plans to use the mask to summon an army of Shadowkhan thieves, but in the ensuing fight the mask is broken in half.

Valmont puts on one half, and can only summon half-Shadowkhan, called Crab Khan. The removal potion ends up in a mail truck, and the Chans go after it.

However, when Valmont attacks, Jade puts on the other mask half to summon aid. As Jade and Valmont both start to succumb to the masks, they meet up in the post office where the spell has ended up.

The two Demon halves join forces, gluing their Shadowkhan together through darkness. However, Jade and Valmont manage to get the potion, and together get their masks off.

Valmont ditches his mask half for a box of diamonds, but ends up packaged and on his way to Mexico. Jade and Jackie capture one, but it later eats Tohru's shadow, growing larger and leaving him in a comatose state.

Jackie and Jade go after Hak Foo's Shadowkhan army Ghost Busters style, sucking up the Shadowkhan until they encounter a rather large one.

While it confronts Jackie, Jade chases another one, which ends up Godzilla-sized. Uncle is forced to turn to the psychic for help with the removal ingredient, and phones Jackie to tell him that it is fish.

They remove Hak Foo's mask, and the shadows are returned. Tohru wakes up to find himself the subject of Uncle's latest hobby: oil-painting.

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In the end, both Chis are recovered. The Earth Demon, Dai Gui resembles a large minotaur with the face of a guardian lion with great strength.

He is shown to not be very intelligent he speaks of himself in the third person , and has an intense loathing for Shendu and his talismans; perhaps the greatest hatred for him out of all the Demon Sorcerers.

He also hates flowers which are also the Immortal item used to banish him originally. He is shown to be able to burrow underground and move like a shark, his horns visible above ground when he digs and when above ground the Earth Demon can cause earthquakes and rumbles.

His portal is located in Spain, where Dai Gui attempts to dig a new kingdom underground, but is defeated by Jackie who wears the Armor of the Gods, an item related to the sorcerers who banished the Demons to the Netherworld.

In the "Demon World" story arc, Dai Gui is one of the last four demons to be banished, likely ruling Iberia Spain and Portugal or part of or all of Europe.

He is banished forever upon being defeated by Tohru. The Water Demon, Bai Tsa appears as a hideous blue-skinned mermaid with waving tentacles for hair somewhat like a watery Medusa.

She is shown to be very cruel, ruthless, and intelligent, immediately escaping the Chans upon her release from the Netherworld realizing that confronting them immediately wouldn't work.

Bai Tza is the second strongest of Shendu's siblings Tso Lan being the strongest, being able to morph into water to escape. Bai Tza remained at large the longest of all the Demon Sorcerers by simply evading the Chans.

As the last of the Demon Sorcerers to be released, she probably is the most intelligent and the most powerful of the Demons.

She seems to be the closest to Shendu of his siblings, although she still despises him. Bai Tza used to rule Atlantis, but since it was destroyed ages ago, she required a new empire.

She picked San Francisco with the intention to flood it with a tsunami spell. She was banished back to the Netherworld, along with Jade accidentally being sent there too, which in turn led to Shendu's banishment.

In the "Demon World" story arc, Bai Tza was one of the final demons to be banished forever, fighting Viper until she was banished after being blown to water when Viper was briefly transformed into "Robo-Viper" a cyborg version of the character by Jade meddling with the Book of Ages.

He succeeds in absorbing the Water Demon Chi and is granted the element of Water, but Uncle and Tohru quickly removed it from him.

The Wind Demon, Xiao Fung is a large light purple toadlike demon with the ability to suck in huge breaths and release them as blasts of air with hurricane speeds.

He was the second Demon Sorcerer to be released, his portal located inside a prison in the United States of America Alcatraz Island in the video game adaptation.

Xiao Fung finds the prison "a paradise" compared to the Netherworld, and is the first demon to show shapeshifting abilities.

He is banished by the Chans. He watches El Toro and another wrestler fight to the death, with Paco as a servant.

Paco is shown to be fanning Xiao Fung, the fan enchanted to seal Xiao Fung away forever. When the Demon Chi began to activate in Season 5, Drago arrived at a car wash trying to find the enchanted Immortal Fan that contains Fung's Chi before being stopped by Jade.

Jade soon absorbed the Wind Demon's Chi which turned her current bad burping habits into major windstorms and used it to fight off Drago and his Dragon Enforcers.

Drago succeeds in absorbing it, however Uncle removed it before Drago could use it. A Dark Chi wizard Jade sometimes calls him the "anti-Uncle" because of this.

He is also Uncle's main rival in the series. His left eye is grey, his right eye is teal-blue, and he has mouths on his palms, which he uses to extract chi.

Wong first appears when Tohru is mistaken for a legendary Chosen One. He fails in his first attempt, but later returns to use the Bad Chi contained in the idol of the Three Wise Monkeys, but is beaten again.

In the third season Wong becomes the main villain in the show as he attempts to steal the Talismans, after learning they were under the protection of the Chans near the end of the second season.

After his warriors are captured inside the lost urn of Wei Cheing, Wong turns Finn, Ratso, and Chow into his new warriors though they are incompetent and stupid.

He later makes a bargain with Shendu, restoring the dragon to life in exchange for the power of the Dragon talisman.

However, Shendu betrays him and takes all of his Talisman powers. Wong is later ambushed by Uncle as he is going to challenge Shendu, and loses his powers to one of Uncle's spells.

Wong then reveals to Uncle the spell that turns Shendu to stone in order to get revenge against Shendu for his betrayal.

The spell he told him was the same spell Lo Pei used to turn Shendu into a statue. Wong later attempted to escape prison by summoning the Shadowkhan, a feat he had managed once before.

However, he instead released Tarakudo. Despite his best efforts, he lost the stone, and was last seen being dragged away by past versions of the Enforcers.

Wong originally employed three dark warriors known as Gan, Ren, and Chui. These warriors were all silent, and controlled their weapons with their thoughts.

These three retained their predecessors' powers, but still managed to prove incompetent. Wong later made Hak Foo into a Dark Chi Warrior called Zhen, who combined Hak Foo's traditional attack style with powerful magic, and materialized with a lightning bolt effect.

Wong temporarily endowed them with indestructible armor to battle Shendu, but when Uncle shattered Wong's scepter, the Enforcers returned to normal, and the Dark Chi Warriors ceased to exist.

A group of shadow warriors formerly controlled by Shendu. In Season 4, it was revealed Shendu only possessed this power because of a special Oni Mask; Daolon Wong also controlled the Shadowkhan briefly through the same mask.

Jade also manages to control them by making a tattoo from the face notably Tarakudo's off the cover of a book; she is briefly possessed by its dark power and takes over Section 13 before Tohru manages to remove the tattoo.

Tarakudo, king of the Shadowkhan, was later awakened and set out to capture the nine Oni masks that control nine different tribes of Shadowkhan.

Chow later put on the first Oni mask and took temporary control before having it removed by Jackie. Season four also revealed that there are nine tribes of Shadowkhan, each controlled by an Oni general.

When the generals were sealed within masks, the host that wears the mask controls the Shadowkhan. Almost every Shadowkhan has the same body, powers, and abilities of their Oni.

Tarakudo is the only Oni that cannot summon Shadowkhan, despite being known as the 'king of all Shadowkahn'; it is hinted that he is able to summon all the types but never gets a chance to before he is imprisoned in his mask along with the other Oni Generals and their respective Shadowkahn.

They have sharp-pointed arms and their feet have two toes. They are also known as Iso's. Drago is Shendu's son who came back from the future to free him, but after being imprisoned in the present, he went after the Demon Sorcerers' powers.

In the end, he succeeded in absorbing the Demon Chi, but was trapped into the Netherworld when he was getting sucked in by a spell Uncle and Torhu devised.

Before he fell in, Shendu grabbed his arm to help him, but Drago pulled Shendu in with him and they both ended up in the Demon Netherworld.

The last that is seen of them is fighting each other over one having betrayed the other. Drago usually makes puns, such as when Uncle's Chi detector's scale broke he remarked that "I'm off the scale.

Strikemaster Ice comments that Drago is scared of water but Drago states that he dislikes water because when in water he is unable to use his Fire Demon Chi.

Drago also shows a deep personal relationship with his father Shendu, a respected and hated relationship, this being as Shendu states that even though his son betrayed him, he would watch proudly as Drago destroys the Earth.

Ice is a teenager at the age of 17— Also, it seems that he has a rather violent allergy to flower pollen. Originally, Strikemaster Ice used to be a pizza delivery boy until a customer told him of a monastery where he learned martial arts skills equal to if not greater than Jackie's.

Ice rebelled against the monks' peaceful ways and he and his cohorts, DJ Fist and MC Cobra, were kicked out for bad behavior. They sought revenge against the monastery by attacking it and stealing a jewel that turned into a laser weapon that goes on a person's fist.

Later he and his two cronies mutated into Drago's Dragon Minions and Strikemaster Ice became Drago's second-in-command.

Like Drago, Ice could breathe fire, and he later gained Earth-related powers. He and his men lost their dragon powers and reverted to their human forms when Uncle and Tohru banished Drago and Shendu to the Demon Netherworld.

He speaks mainly in a stereotypical "gangsta" style and along with his friends, is skilled at many extreme sports, including skateboarding and snowboarding.

Strikemaster Ice's posse who met him while they trained in the monastery and were kicked out for bad behavior along with Ice. Like Ice, they received dragon powers from Drago.

While Cobra ran at super speeds, DJ Fist possessed super strength. Jackie mentioned that DJ Fist "Doesn't talk much" not at all and was never seen or heard talking except for once when Viper jumped on his tail when he had dragon powers, and even then it was just a painful grunt.

Shendu's draconic servants who he planned to unleash to destroy Asia. Before he could free them, he was defeated by the Chans. They later appeared after Shendu altered history, serving as sentries and steeds for the Demon Sorcerer of Fire.

They appeared again in the future, where Drago used them to take over Section In the series finale, Drago employed the use of other draconic demons including ghostly skeletal snakes as well as large violet snakelike monsters which were also seen in the Shadowkahn's Shadow Realm, and in the episode A Jolly J-Team X-Mas where they were even used by Daolon Wong when he used them to tie up Santa Claus.

A relic hunter, mercenary, and thief who wanted to find the Eye of Aurora, a necklace that contained the power of teleportation.

A young Chinese girl who has been forced to serve as the guardian of the Lotus Temple until she's freed thanks to Jade and Jackie.

An ancient warrior who was responsible for Shendu's first petrification. This set the stage for the series, as his spell also removed the twelve talismans from Shendu, and he then scattered them to the winds.

In the present day, a terracotta statue of Lo Pei was placed on an exhibit in San Francisco. Uncle and Jackie were studying the statue, in hopes that it hid the key to finding the remaining talismans.

Jade inadvertently broke it, and used the Horse Talisman to heal it. She then brought it to life with the Rat Talisman, bringing Lo Pei to the modern era.

Using his Energy, Immobilizer, and Levitation scrolls, he stole the other talismans from Section 13 the ones that were in the vault at the time.

As he sought to hide the talismans again, he was met by Jackie, whom he mistook for an enemy. He was later tricked by the Dark Hand, who managed to steal all the talismans but the Rat Talisman from him.

He then befriended Jade, copying her thumbs-up gesture and her cry of "Hooah! When the Chans went to visit the statue, they found it slightly altered: one of Lo Pei's hands was making a thumbs-up gesture.

Lo Pei later appeared in a Shendu flashback, when Uncle used Lo Pei's original spell to once again return Shendu to stone. Uncle was able to learn about this spell when he interrogated Daolon Wong after he disenchanted him.

But rather than scatter the talismans around the world they were only scattered inches from Shendu. A classmate of Jade's at her school. When Jade would tell the class the adventures she would have with her Uncle Jackie, the class would tease and make fun of her.

Drew is often the main instigator and presumably her rival. There are times in the show where Drew is mere feet from unbelievable experiences like Jade becoming Queen of the Shadowkhan or Hsi Wu posing as a new student to get to Jade and her family, and he never finds out the truth.

Finally, an incident involving talisman-powered animals, Daolon Wong, and his dark warriors would reveal that Jade was telling the truth all along.

When he tries to tell the class what he saw, Jade denies that she knew anything, and then the class laughed at him for a change.

Regardless, he still acts like a jerk to Jade, possibly due to the aforementioned reason. The teacher in Jade and Drew's class at Jade's school.

She never believed the outrageous stories Jade told in her classroom about the adventures she would have with her Uncle Jackie.

Due to this and Jade's disruptive or rude behavior, Mrs. Hartman would either send Jade to detention or call Jackie.

Despite this, Mrs. Hartman loves teaching and her class even Jade. Seen mainly in the first two seasons and the fifth season where she was accidentally mutated into a demoness by the Sky Demon's Chi this was her most important appearance , Mrs.

Hartman had few appearances in the third and fourth seasons. Stern but well-meaning, Tohru's mother makes frequent appearances in the series.

The first time, she arrives and makes Tohru feel unworthy of her love, and she immediately hits off on the wrong note with Uncle such as, calling the antique shop a "junk shop" and calling him a "Billy Goat.

Mama later joins the Chans and Tohru on a cruise ship, where her antagonism of Uncle continues. However, the two once again work together to stop the forces of darkness, tripping several thieves using shuffleboard pucks.

Mama appears again during the quest for the Snake Talisman power, and inadvertently infuses part of the magic of the egg it is contained in into her tea by dipping it in, turning her invisible.

She aids the Chans once again, where Tohru teaches her that he can take care of himself, and Uncle reluctantly makes her visible again.

Her final appearance was during Christmas when she was flying in by plane and saw Tohru flying in a sleigh as Santa Claus when Tohru, Jade, and Paco were filling in for Santa to deliver presents and later acknowledged this when he met her at Uncle's shop.

Her mannerisms towards Uncle were referenced in later episodes, such as during Tohru's rift with Uncle in Season 4, and when Tohru is infected by an evil mirror spirit, his worst fears about himself come true and he temporarily turns into a giant version of his mother.

The old monk who first appears in "The Lotus Temple" as Jackie's guide to the temple. He seemed to be a classic wise figure who spends most of his time meditating and speaks in proverbs "Ancient wisdom He used Jackie to distract the monster guard, a young girl named Xu Lin who was compelled by the temple's curse to serve as its guardian after having stumbled into the ruins years ago.

The curse also made her unable to leave the temple, until she was encased in an old suit of armor. Jackie, Jade and Xu Lin managed to escape the temple, but the monk remained behind and became the temple's new guardian.

This ancient suit of armor was worn by the Eight Immortals in their battles against the Demon Sorcerers. However, sealing Dai Gui is complicated, as Jade used a sleeping potion on Uncle due to his constant complaining.

Jade stows away and accompanies him on his mission, sending Jackie after them. Hsi Wu, the Sky Demon, flies out from his prison — but it is situated right in front of a bathroom door, and his tail snaps off as Jade tries to close it on the monster.

In order to fully restore himself, Hsi Wu disguises himself as a boy near Jade's age, and Jade develops feelings for the mysterious "Seymour.

Jackie and Uncle are supposed to explore an underground city when on the same night Jade's theatrical debut is to occur. Jade is upset that no one will be there to see her perform, and comes up with a solution.

An ancient evil is freed from the underground city seeking revenge on the descendants of the one who imprisoned it. When Jackie returns home, he notices Jade's lack of activity and makes her join the Buttercup Scouts.

Jade returns the favor by making Jackie accompany the troop on a camping trip. They need to prevent the villain Peter Bailey from abducting the specimen.

An evil dentist smuggles an ancient artifact called the Holy Sutras in Jackie's filling. The hero must prevent the Sutras from falling into the wrong hands.

Captain Black asks Jackie to guard the King of Tangra. Jade uses the Snake Talisman to get access to the King, and finds out what the child King's life is like.

She seeks out her old kingdom — Atlantis, but when she finds it in ruins, she chooses to drown San Francisco as a new home with some information from Finn.

Meanwhile, Valmont manages to render Shendu unconscious and seeks help from the Chans to exorcise him from his body. However as Uncle is preoccupied with finding a spell to stop the flood, the Chans with Valmont have to face Bai Tsa without him.

In the end Uncle succeeds in stopping the flood but the seal that was placed on Valmont's head is wiped away by the water allowing Shendu to regain control and both he and Bai Tsa escape.

Before Bai Tsa can use another flood, Uncle uses a gourd from one of the Immortals to seal her away again. Unfortunately, Jade steps too close to the chi spell and is dragged into Bai Tsa's portal.

Meanwhile, the Demon Sorcerers communicate with and confront Shendu. In order to escape punishment, he promises that all seven of the Demons can use his own Portal — the only one left — to come back to Earth.

A race against time ensues as the Chans work from both sides to both recover Jade and close the last portal for good. Note: At the end of the episode Shendu is exorcised from Valmont and sent into the interdimensional Netherworld.

Shendu is being tortured by his brothers and sisters when he manages to discover a time rift that allows him to escape the Demon Netherworld and, at long last, possess Jackie.

He uses Jackie's body to travel to a mysterious temple in Australia that houses the Book of Ages, a veritable history book has the power to alter reality.

But when Jade tears off a piece of the page Shendu altered, her memories are the only one unaffected in the new reality where each of the Demon Sorcerers rules a different area of the world.

Jade, Uncle, and Jackie escape from Shendu's palace with a few talismans taken from Shendu. Using Jade's memories of the Immortal symbols, they embark on a mission to find the other members of the "J-Team" and manage to banish half of the Demons in the process.

Realizing what has transpired, Shendu and the other three remaining Demons make a final stand at Australia to prevent history from being corrected.

Jackie finds a highly valued cat statue. Anyone who is scratched by it is magically mutated. Both Valmont and Jade are affected. Jackie goes on a cruise ship to safeguard a rare statue from criminals who have attempted to steal it.

He brings Uncle, Jade, and a very seasick Tohru along, who invites his mother to join them. Jade helps cure Tohru's seasickness with the Horse Talisman.

Despite their efforts, the criminals get aboard and commandeer the ship. The Enforcers quit the Dark Hand and try to start their own criminal organization.

Their first caper in Ireland leads to a lot of trouble for Jackie as he attempts to return a cursed gem to its original tomb. The magical gloves of a long-dead pirate frame Tohru for several thefts.

Jackie and Jade investigate the disappearance of Stonehenge in England and are soon being hunted down by maniacal druids. On a trip to buy antiques for the store, the Chans accidentally release a ferocious monster known as a Niong Jiang vampire.

It grows stronger by sucking out the energy of humans given him the ability to resist the sun and his own weaknesses , and manages to attack Tohru.

To save him, Uncle borrows some of Jade's chi, infusing Tohru with her personality. When Jade is attacked, Uncle lends her some of his qi, but who will save Uncle when his magic is stolen?

He becomes the beast's slave, but Uncle-Jade manages to hold him off. The haunted merry-go-round is halted when the mixed-up heroes cast a spell to defeat the creature.

Note : This episode is based on the proverb "See no evil; hear no evil; speak no evil. Hak Foo makes his comeback, searching for the armbands of Shiva in India.

Jackie finds them first, and when Hak Foo comes looking for them, an errant spell by Jade shrinks them both to the miniature size of ants.

Jackie fights Hak Foo and eventually Hak Foo gets the bands of Shiva which allow its wearer to grow extra arms.

Uncle reverses the spell and Jade makes Hak Foo tiny enough to put in a jar. Jackie releases the Monkey King and mutates himself into a puppet, but is reanimated when Jade uses the Rat Talisman.

The only way to revert him is to have the Monkey King pull on his leg. When the Talismans are forced out of Section 13 by Captain Black's superiors during their inspection, Jade tries to have some fun with them one last time.

However, an accident during the rewiring of the security system causes her to absorb all the powers of the Talismans.

A criminal mastermind named Chang is holding a tournament to find the most worthy fighters to be his bodyguard.

In an attempt to foil his plan, Jade enters all the members of the J-Team. The basic plot is copied off of Bruce Lee 's movie Enter the Dragon.

Valmont's enforcers and Daolon Wong simultaneously go to Section 13 to get the talismans. Jackie decides to destroy the talismans with a laser.

They break and crumble, and the powers shoot up into the sky and scatter, while Uncle imprisons Wong's Dark Chi Warriors.

Uncle tells Jackie that though the Talismans were destroyed, the powers they contain would search the earth and find noble animals of the Chinese zodiac from which the powers originated in which to reside.

After successfully stopping Wong and getting Scruffy back to Section 13, Uncle creates an anti-Dark Chi barrier so the noble animals, the rest of which are still to be found, can remain safe from Wong inside the vault until new vessels can be created to hold the powers.

Sasha the Tiger. Confounding the problem is the appearance of Daolon Wong and the splitting up of Sasha into a docile and savage version of herself, as well as giving Jackie a "splitting" headache when Jackie is partly split, and now has a Light Jackie head and a Dark Jackie head.

Now the two must stop Daolon Wong from getting the powers of the gentle and ferocious Sashas. But then the power of the Rat Talisman Power reanimates a statue of Quetzalcoatl, who mistakenly believes Jade is the goddess Cihuacoatl, goddess of earth and El Toro is Xolotl, god of the underworld.

Haiku the Monkey. A construction worker accidentally reawakens the Monkey King and he is bent on getting revenge on the Chans.

Back at the shop, the Chans find the next animal — Haiku, The Monkey , with the Talisman Power of Shapeshifting — and immediately set off to Hawaii where the Monkey is.

Unfortunately, so does Daolon Wong, and the Monkey finds itself stuck in the middle of a three-way fight. Egbert the Rooster and Mordecai the Pig.

Jackie and Jade are already onto the next noble animal — The Rooster Eggbert, in Malaysia with the Rooster having discovered its unique Power of Levitation already and is floating all around the landscape.

After catching it, Jackie is told by Uncle to head to Kansas to locate another noble animal — The Pig Mordecai, with the Power of incandescent eyes.

While there Eggbert teams up with Mordecai and catching the two along with convincing Mordecai's owners into letting it come with them becomes a bit more difficult.

But in the end, despite everything that was done, Daolon Wong succeeded in absorbing the Talisman powers from both animals. Lucky the Rabbit.

As a young, hopeful, but denied player discovers its powers, he sees the chance to finally prove himself to his team. But the Sheep's Astral form leaves its body when witnessing the Chans and the Enforcers fight over it, and it is up to Jade to persuade it to return.

If that wasn't bad enough the Dark Chi Enforcers are banished to Limbo for their failure and Wong decides to use the Shadowkhan in their place.

Despite their efforts, Wong gets to the Sheep first, and banishes Jackie and Jade's Astral forms with the Sheep's power.

When their astral forms are accidentally placed into the wrong bodies by Uncle, Jackie and Jade must work together in this condition to help Uncle take back the Sheep's power before Wong can use it to easily locate the remaining noble animals.

Sampa the Snake. Tohru's mother makes an 'impromptu' visit to India as the Chans are looking for the noble Snake Sampa with the Talisman Power of Invisibility and accidentally turns herself invisible, and plans to use this power to protect her child, despite Tohru wishing to prove that he can take care of himself.

Royal Medicine the Horse. Daolon Wong reduces Valmont's age to that of a child's, and he goes to the Chans to help him get back to normal, but travels with them to recover the noble Horse called Royal Medicine that possesses the power of Healing in London and ends up helping out while he's at it.

Meanwhile, Jade also wants to be older and casts a spell on herself with unexpected results. Soon after Uncle secretly transferred the power of Superhuman Strength into himself for safekeeping, his spiritual head is captured by Daolon Wong to find out where the Strength power had been transferred to.

After safely getting the Ox to Section 13, Jade sneaks all the animals out of Section 13 to a school fair to prove to her classmates her adventures really happened, and Daolon Wong jumps at the chance to capture them.

Valmont wipes Tohru's memory and convinces him that he is still a loyal Enforcer, so Valmont can rob a rare statue called the Golden Elephant and sell it to finance the re-building of the Dark Hand Empire.

The Chans go out to stop Valmont while Jade wants to be reunited with her friend. Shendu the Dragon. Shendu finally absorbs all twelve powers from the animals, but Uncle arrives with Section 13 just in time to cast the twin scroll spell originally used by Lo Pei centuries ago to re-imprison Shendu as a stone statue, and separating the twelve powers a few inches from him in the form of twelve magical Talismans identical to the ones Jackie had destroyed by accident earlier.

Jackie allows Jade to keep Scruffy, the Dog which held the power of immortality, and Captain Black secures the statue and Talismans within Section 13's vault.

Uncle takes Jackie, Jade, and Tohru to see a show being put on by his old opera troop, which is now led by his old friend 'Beetle Brow'.

Jade takes a serious interest in the performance, where two warriors pass through the wall using special makeup.

Jackie, preparing himself for an important exhibit that night, finds the two warriors stealing priceless artifacts.

One gets a black eye during the ensuing chase, but when Jackie wipes off his makeup, he reveals no black eye.

Jade discovers the real crooks using the makeup, and tells Jackie. The two sneak onto the stage and do battle with the scoundrels, and reveal them to be crooks after smashing open a prop they hid their loot inside.

Uncle says goodbye to his old friend, and hopes to see him again soon. Chang, having escaped from prison, creates clones of the people that defeated him — the J-Team.

He then uses them to steal a collection of artifacts from the museum. With the enforcers in tow, Tarakudo sets out for Shendu's palace.

The Chans find themselves outmatched and Tohru is reminded of the Oni of Japan. It ends up on Chow, but not before Tarakudo reveals himself as Lord of the Oni.

Its main character designer is Jeff Matsuda. Jackie Chan, a professional archeologist, enjoyed his job working for the local university until fate dealt him another hand.

After finding a shield containing a talisman he encounters The Dark Hand , a criminal organization led by a man called Valmont that serves the demon sorcerer Shendu.

Jackie and his family must cooperate with a secret law enforcement organization, Section 13 , to counter the threat, and must face dangers that will demand all of Jackie's daring and skill in martial arts to overcome.

While Chan did not perform the voice of his animated character, he appeared in live-action inserts at the end of the program, in which Chan presented notable aspects of Chinese history, culture and philosophy.

The series involves magic and the supernatural, like spells , demons , chi , and stone talismans all throughout the episodes. The talismans represent the twelve animals of the Chinese zodiac :.

In the series of Jackie Chan Adventures , several characters can use a form of magic using chi energy. Chi magic involves the use of potions, magic objects, and incantations.

Below are some of the Chi incantations that have been used throughout the series. Each wizard usually uses the same incantation but can accomplish many different effects, ranging from banishing demons to turning living creatures to stone.

The TV series features references to Jackie Chan's films and his own life throughout the series. Another example is in the episode "Rabbit Run" where Jackie is bitten by a Snake , and uses a kung fu style known as "the drunken master" from one of his earliest headlining films of the same name.

According to Jackie during one of his question segments, the characters of the show are based on certain people in his life.

Uncle is based on his agent and father, Jade is based on an assortment of his nieces, and Tohru is based on one of his stunt team members as well as himself.

Some episodes' titles are based on actual film names. But one format differed from the other in that of the four DVDs released, three were select, individual episodes while the fourth contained the whole season of 13 episodes; the VHS series had only three, separate episodes.

They are currently unavailable and out-of-print , especially since they had limited pressings and no plans have been announced to follow up season one with DVD box sets of the remaining four seasons.

However, the entire series can be ordered and seen via video-on-demand service at Amazon and iTunes. As of October , the entire series was made available on the Netflix streaming service.

Common Sense Media gave the show 4 out of 5 stars, saying "Lighthearted, entertaining, suspenseful, and humorous, this show may not be deep, but it's a lot of fun".

There has only been one Jackie Chan game first released on Game Boy Advance then re-released on PlayStation 2 , both under different titles.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Main article: List of Jackie Chan Adventures episodes. Main article: List of Jackie Chan Adventures characters.

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