History Characters / JackieChanAdventures

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* [[Characters/JackieChanAdventuresOtherCharacters Other Characters]] [[labelnote:Character List]]Jackie Chan's Yin and Yang [Yin/Light Jackie (Pussycat), Yang/Dark Jackie(Tiger)], Mama Tohru, Miss Hartman, Drew, The Ben Shui Order, Xu Lin, Larry[[/labelnote]]

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* [[Characters/JackieChanAdventuresOtherCharacters Other Characters]] [[labelnote:Character List]]Jackie Chan's Yin and Yang [Yin/Light Jackie (Pussycat), Yang/Dark Jackie(Tiger)], Mama Tohru, Miss Hartman, Drew, The Ben Shui Order, Xu Lin, Jimmy, Larry[[/labelnote]]
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* [[Characters/JackieChanAdventuresMinorVillains Minor Villains]] [[labelnote:Character List]]Bartholomew Chang, El Chupacabra, The Jiangshi, Kuniko "Origami" Kasahara, Monkey King, The Old Monk, Spring-Heeled Jack, Vanessa Barone[[/labelnote]]

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* [[Characters/JackieChanAdventuresMinorVillains Minor Villains]] [[labelnote:Character List]]Bartholomew Chang, El Chupacabra, The Jiangshi, Kuniko "Origami" Kasahara, Monkey King, The Old Monk, Spring-Heeled Jack, Vanessa Barone[[/labelnote]]Barone, Iso[[/labelnote]]
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* [[Characters/JackieChanAdventuresOtherCharacters Other Characters]] [[labelnote:Character List]]Mama Tohru, Miss Hartman, Drew, The Ben Shui Order, Jackie Chan's Yin and Yang [Yin/Light Jackie (Pussycat), Yang/Dark Jackie(Tiger)], Xu Lin, Larry[[/labelnote]]

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* [[Characters/JackieChanAdventuresOtherCharacters Other Characters]] [[labelnote:Character List]]Mama Tohru, Miss Hartman, Drew, The Ben Shui Order, Jackie List]]Jackie Chan's Yin and Yang [Yin/Light Jackie (Pussycat), Yang/Dark Jackie(Tiger)], Mama Tohru, Miss Hartman, Drew, The Ben Shui Order, Xu Lin, Larry[[/labelnote]]
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[[folder:Magical Heroes]]
!!Lo Pei
[[quoteright:350:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/27783ca8f13e1177ff59053f3eb0661d.jpg]]
[[caption-width-right:320:[[LongDeadBadass He sure means business]].]]
[[quoteright:320:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/cc2a099de83b20e503199728112fba2f.jpg]]
[[caption-width-right:320:And so does his copy.]]
--> ''I must once again safeguard these, lest they fall into the hands of the Ultimate Evil.''

-->'''Voiced by:''' David Carradine

A sacred warrior of the Ling Dynasty. Nine hundred years ago, he led the uprising against Shendu, turning the demon into a statue and taking away his powers in the form of the Talismans. He's been long dead, but one episode features a terracotta statue of him. The Rat Talisman is used on the statue, bringing [[LivingStatue live to it]]. The statue has original Lo Pei's personality and powers. In the end of the episode, he's turned back into a statue.
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* {{Badass}}: He is a wise and mighty chi wizard who not only overthrow Shendu at the height of his power, but his reanimated copy defeated both Jackie and Tohru.
%%* BadassBaritone
%%* BadassBeard
* BadassGrandpa: A wise old chi sage, similar to Uncle.
%%*BadassMustache
* BigGood: He's the one who turned Shendu into a statue and scattered his Talismans to the four corners of the Earth. [[spoiler: The same spell he used to accomplish that is reused on Shendu during the 3rd season.]]
* CallingYourAttacks: When he performs scroll magic, he shouts the scroll's title.
* CassandraTruth: His copy refuses to believe he's a statue, until he sees a poster depicting him in his statue form.
* FamousLastWords: "Goodbye pal."
* FishOutOfWater: A Ling dynasty warrior in modern times? You figure.
* GoodIsNotNice: While he is dedicated to keep the Talismans from evil hands, he has no qualms about causing collateral damage or (non-lethally) disposing of people who seem to threaten him.
* GoodLuckGesture: Jade teaches him a thumbs up gesture as a sign of friendship. [[spoiler:After he's turned back to a liveless terracotta, his right hand is left in this gesture.]]
* {{Irony}}: Valmont [[LampshadeHanging comments]] how life coming to the statue that portrays the man who turned Shendu into a statue is this.
* KungFuWizard: He easily takes down Jackie and Tohru with martial arts.
%%* LongDeadBadass:
* MadeOfIron: When Tohru squashes him under a taxi, he survives uninjured. Jade suggests this to be because he's a LivingStatue.
%%* NiceHat
* OccultBlueEyes: He has dark blue eyes, which is an unusual trait for an Asian, so it could be due to his magic.
* PaperTalisman: His magic is performed through scrolls. The ones he's shown using can be used to [[PowerFloats levitate]], petrify opponents and [[KiAttacks energy blasting]].
* PosthumousCharacter: The real Lo Pei has long been dead, but the living terracotta has his personality.
* PrecursorHero: Before all the business with Section 13 and the Chan Clan, there was this guy overthrowing Shendu.
* YouShallNotPass: He stays behind to fight the Shadowkhan, allowing Jackie and Jade to escape with the Talismans. When they are at a safe distance, he throws the Rat Talisman to them, letting himself to become a statue again.
* WarriorPoet: He constantly utters nature-inspired analogies to poetically and abstractly describe or muse upon his situations.
--> "As the dandelion scatters its seeds to the four winds, so did I scatter the Talismans to the four corners of the earth."
* WouldntHurtAChild: He's briefly tricked by the Enforcers to think they are his [[PaperThinDisguise fellow Ling warriors]], until they grab Jade.
--> "A sacred warrior would never harm a child. You are impostors!"

!![[Myth/ChineseMythology The Eight Immortals]]
[[quoteright:320:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/6cb89e26b9df73d28f61c1b8a111f7b4.png]]
[[caption-width-right:320:From left to right: Zhang Guolao, Lü Dongbin, Li Tieguai, Lan Caihe, Han Xiangzi, Cao Guojiu, Zhongli Quan & He Xiangu.]]
Eight legendary heroes of ancient China. They are the ones who originally banished Shendu and his siblings to the Demon Netherworld and locked their portals with the Pan'Ku Box. However, the artifacts they used to do this (their symbols) were tainted with the demons' chi.
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* ArtifactOfDoom: The artifacts they used to seal the Demon Sorcerors (their symbols) absorbed some of the respective demon's chi. Anyone who absorbs a Demon Chi will gain the powers of the respective Demon Sorcerer, but the chi will also [[BodyHorror mutate the person's body, making it look like the Demon Sorcerer]], and [[TheCorruption the demon's evil nature slowly corrupts the person's mind]]. And the changes will supposedly be permanent if the chi is not removed in time.
%%* BadassBeard: All except Lü Dongbin, Lan Caihe and He Xiangu.
* BadassGrandpa: All of them except [[TheSmurfettePrinciple He]] [[NeverMessWithGranny Xiangu]] were very old when they defeated their respective Demon Sorcerer. It takes a while to be as good as they were, you know?
%%* BadassMustache: Zhang Guolao, Li Tieguai, Lan Caihe and Cao Guojiu.
%%* BaldOfAwesome: Lü Dongbin and Li Tieguai.
* {{Big Good}}s: It is through their heroics and legacy that the Chan Clan is able to fight Shendu's siblings.
%%* BlueIsHeroic: Han Xiangzi and Zhongli Quan.
%%* EyesAlwaysShut: Except He Xiangu, they're never shown with opened eyes.
* FlowerMotifs: He Xiangu's symbol is a lotus pod, Lan Caihe's symbol is an unidentified flower, and Li Tieguai's symbol is a gourd.
* HandicappedBadass: Li Tieguai is shown to have a bad leg. [[AllThereInTheManual When he became an immortal, his soul was transferred into a maimed beggar's body]].
* HeroesPreferSwords: This is a downplayed trope. Only Lü Dongbin's symbol is a sword.
* LadyOfWar: He Xiangu is an immortal chi sage in an [[KickingAssInAllHerFinery elegant dress]].
* MagicMusic: Zhang Guolao's symbol is a drum, Cao Guojiu's symbol is a pair of castanets, and Han Xiangzi's symbol is [[MagicalFlutist a flute]].
%%* MonochromaticEyes: He Xiangu
%%* NiceHat: Han Xiangzi and Zhongli Quan.
* NoodleIncident: The Fire Demon Chi is never discussed. Since Drago already had the fire powers inherited from his father, it's natural he would not be interested in pursuing the artifact containing his father's chi.
* PaperFanOfDoom: Zhongli Quan's symbol is a fan.
%%* PinkMeansFeminine: He Xiangu.
* PoweredArmor: The Armor of the Gods. It's an ancient armor that the Immortals used in their battles against the Demon Sorcerers, and one of the few remaining relics left behind by them. When worn, it [[AdaptiveArmor adjusts to the wielder's physique]] and enhances [[InASingleBound their]] [[SuperStrength physical]] [[SuperToughness abilities]].
* PrecursorHeroes: Similar to Lo Pei, they are famous heroes who defeated the Demon Sorcerers in the past.
* {{Public Domain Character}}s: They are figures from UsefulNotes/{{Taoism}}. They were originally mortal humans who achieved {{Immortality}} and various other magical powers through various means, usually as rewards after being tested by a Taoist sage [[Creator/{{Laozi}} Lao Tzu]] or another immortal.
%%* PurpleIsPowerful: Lü Dongbin's clothes are purple and black.
%%* RedIsHeroic: Zhang Guolao has red in his clothes.
%%* RedHeadedHero: Zhongli Quan.
* TheVoiceless: They never speak in the flashbacks they are shown.
* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: It's never revealed what happened to them after they sealed the Demon Sorcerers away. [[WildMassGuessing For all we know]], they might have been [[PosthumousCharacter destroyed]] or they AscendedToAHigherPlaneOfExistence.
%%* YouGottaHaveBlueHair: He Xiangu. Cao Guojiu has purple hair.

!!Chi Master Fong
[[quoteright:320:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/909311b6ae4709b384daac6c0b42a46a.png]]
[[caption-width-right:320:This is all we see about him.]]
A deceased Chinese mystic who taught Uncle magic for 15 years. Somewhere along the line, Daolon Wong [[NeverSayDie "defeated"]] him.
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%%* BlueIsHeroic: His figurine wears a blue robe.
* TheGhost: We don't get to see a flashback of him or to hear his voice, but in "The Good, the Bad, the Blind, the Deaf and the Mute", we see on a shrine dedicated to his memory a statue and a small figurine of him.
%%* HermitGuru:
* {{Leitmotif}}: He has one in "The Good, the Bad, the Blind, the Deaf and the Mute", when he "spirit communicates". It's a slow and quiet flute tone.
* TheMentor: He taught Uncle all his magic.
* OldMaster: Similar to Uncle, he was an old and wise chi sage who taught Uncle. [[MasterApprenticeChain What Uncle is to Tohru, Fong was to Uncle.]]
* OurGhostsAreDifferent: In "The Good, the Bad, the Blind, the Deaf and the Mute", his spirit guides Uncle and his family. He doesn't appear as a "physical spirit", but instead he gives signs through forces of nature (like how [[Disney/TheLionKingIISimbasPride Mufasa did with Rafiki]]). It should be noted that [[MeaningfulName Fong can literally mean "wind"]] in Chinese.
* PosthumousCharacter: All we know about him comes from what Uncle and Wong say about him.
* ShrineToTheFallen: He has a shrine and a statue to his memory somewhere in South China.
* SpiritAdvisor: He appears to Uncle in various abstract forms to provide guidance.

!!Super Moose
[[quoteright:268:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/70c767bb935f4c4c451674d1ccfb5c12.jpg]]

-->'''Voiced by:''' Creator/ClancyBrown

An anthropomorphic moose superhero. Normally a fictitious character, unless Jade uses the Rat Talisman to bring a stuffed doll of him to life.
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* ActionHero: His first solution to problems is action.
* AnimalSuperhero: SUPER MOOSE!
* AnimateInanimateObject: Thanks to the Rat Talisman, he becomes a [[LivingToys living toy]].
* {{Badass}}: For a toy, he's surprisingly effective.
* BadassAdorable: A crime-fighting stuffed animal.
* BigDamnHeroes: He has saved people in every episode he appears in. Nobody except Jade ever expects him.
* CatchPhrase:
** "Da-da-da-da-da-da, ANTLER ACTION!"
** "Evil on the loose, you do not want to mess with Super Moose!"
* CuteBruiser: He charges into battle with ANTLER ACTION!
* NonHumanSidekick: At least twice he has acted as a sidekick for Jade.
* TheNoseKnows: Like Daolon Wong's Dark Chi Warriors, he can smell Talisman magic.
* PintSizedPowerhouse: He once defeated Hak Foo, who was a Dark Chi Warrior at the time.
* SuperheroesWearCapes: A moose looks like a superhero because of his cape!
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[[folder:Magical Heroes]]
!!Lo Pei
[[quoteright:350:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/27783ca8f13e1177ff59053f3eb0661d.jpg]]
[[caption-width-right:320:[[LongDeadBadass He sure means business]].]]
[[quoteright:320:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/cc2a099de83b20e503199728112fba2f.jpg]]
[[caption-width-right:320:And so does his copy.]]
--> ''I must once again safeguard these, lest they fall into the hands of the Ultimate Evil.''

-->'''Voiced by:''' David Carradine

A sacred warrior of the Ling Dynasty. Nine hundred years ago, he led the uprising against Shendu, turning the demon into a statue and taking away his powers in the form of the Talismans. He's been long dead, but one episode features a terracotta statue of him. The Rat Talisman is used on the statue, bringing [[LivingStatue live to it]]. The statue has original Lo Pei's personality and powers. In the end of the episode, he's turned back into a statue.
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* {{Badass}}: He is a wise and mighty chi wizard who not only overthrow Shendu at the height of his power, but his reanimated copy defeated both Jackie and Tohru.
%%* BadassBaritone
%%* BadassBeard
* BadassGrandpa: A wise old chi sage, similar to Uncle.
%%*BadassMustache
* BigGood: He's the one who turned Shendu into a statue and scattered his Talismans to the four corners of the Earth. [[spoiler: The same spell he used to accomplish that is reused on Shendu during the 3rd season.]]
* CallingYourAttacks: When he performs scroll magic, he shouts the scroll's title.
* CassandraTruth: His copy refuses to believe he's a statue, until he sees a poster depicting him in his statue form.
* FamousLastWords: "Goodbye pal."
* FishOutOfWater: A Ling dynasty warrior in modern times? You figure.
* GoodIsNotNice: While he is dedicated to keep the Talismans from evil hands, he has no qualms about causing collateral damage or (non-lethally) disposing of people who seem to threaten him.
* GoodLuckGesture: Jade teaches him a thumbs up gesture as a sign of friendship. [[spoiler:After he's turned back to a liveless terracotta, his right hand is left in this gesture.]]
* {{Irony}}: Valmont [[LampshadeHanging comments]] how life coming to the statue that portrays the man who turned Shendu into a statue is this.
* KungFuWizard: He easily takes down Jackie and Tohru with martial arts.
%%* LongDeadBadass:
* MadeOfIron: When Tohru squashes him under a taxi, he survives uninjured. Jade suggests this to be because he's a LivingStatue.
%%* NiceHat
* OccultBlueEyes: He has dark blue eyes, which is an unusual trait for an Asian, so it could be due to his magic.
* PaperTalisman: His magic is performed through scrolls. The ones he's shown using can be used to [[PowerFloats levitate]], petrify opponents and [[KiAttacks energy blasting]].
* PosthumousCharacter: The real Lo Pei has long been dead, but the living terracotta has his personality.
* PrecursorHero: Before all the business with Section 13 and the Chan Clan, there was this guy overthrowing Shendu.
* YouShallNotPass: He stays behind to fight the Shadowkhan, allowing Jackie and Jade to escape with the Talismans. When they are at a safe distance, he throws the Rat Talisman to them, letting himself to become a statue again.
* WarriorPoet: He constantly utters nature-inspired analogies to poetically and abstractly describe or muse upon his situations.
--> "As the dandelion scatters its seeds to the four winds, so did I scatter the Talismans to the four corners of the earth."
* WouldntHurtAChild: He's briefly tricked by the Enforcers to think they are his [[PaperThinDisguise fellow Ling warriors]], until they grab Jade.
--> "A sacred warrior would never harm a child. You are impostors!"

!![[Myth/ChineseMythology The Eight Immortals]]
[[quoteright:320:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/6cb89e26b9df73d28f61c1b8a111f7b4.png]]
[[caption-width-right:320:From left to right: Zhang Guolao, Lü Dongbin, Li Tieguai, Lan Caihe, Han Xiangzi, Cao Guojiu, Zhongli Quan & He Xiangu.]]
Eight legendary heroes of ancient China. They are the ones who originally banished Shendu and his siblings to the Demon Netherworld and locked their portals with the Pan'Ku Box. However, the artifacts they used to do this (their symbols) were tainted with the demons' chi.
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* ArtifactOfDoom: The artifacts they used to seal the Demon Sorcerors (their symbols) absorbed some of the respective demon's chi. Anyone who absorbs a Demon Chi will gain the powers of the respective Demon Sorcerer, but the chi will also [[BodyHorror mutate the person's body, making it look like the Demon Sorcerer]], and [[TheCorruption the demon's evil nature slowly corrupts the person's mind]]. And the changes will supposedly be permanent if the chi is not removed in time.
%%* BadassBeard: All except Lü Dongbin, Lan Caihe and He Xiangu.
* BadassGrandpa: All of them except [[TheSmurfettePrinciple He]] [[NeverMessWithGranny Xiangu]] were very old when they defeated their respective Demon Sorcerer. It takes a while to be as good as they were, you know?
%%* BadassMustache: Zhang Guolao, Li Tieguai, Lan Caihe and Cao Guojiu.
%%* BaldOfAwesome: Lü Dongbin and Li Tieguai.
* {{Big Good}}s: It is through their heroics and legacy that the Chan Clan is able to fight Shendu's siblings.
%%* BlueIsHeroic: Han Xiangzi and Zhongli Quan.
%%* EyesAlwaysShut: Except He Xiangu, they're never shown with opened eyes.
* FlowerMotifs: He Xiangu's symbol is a lotus pod, Lan Caihe's symbol is an unidentified flower, and Li Tieguai's symbol is a gourd.
* HandicappedBadass: Li Tieguai is shown to have a bad leg. [[AllThereInTheManual When he became an immortal, his soul was transferred into a maimed beggar's body]].
* HeroesPreferSwords: This is a downplayed trope. Only Lü Dongbin's symbol is a sword.
* LadyOfWar: He Xiangu is an immortal chi sage in an [[KickingAssInAllHerFinery elegant dress]].
* MagicMusic: Zhang Guolao's symbol is a drum, Cao Guojiu's symbol is a pair of castanets, and Han Xiangzi's symbol is [[MagicalFlutist a flute]].
%%* MonochromaticEyes: He Xiangu
%%* NiceHat: Han Xiangzi and Zhongli Quan.
* NoodleIncident: The Fire Demon Chi is never discussed. Since Drago already had the fire powers inherited from his father, it's natural he would not be interested in pursuing the artifact containing his father's chi.
* PaperFanOfDoom: Zhongli Quan's symbol is a fan.
%%* PinkMeansFeminine: He Xiangu.
* PoweredArmor: The Armor of the Gods. It's an ancient armor that the Immortals used in their battles against the Demon Sorcerers, and one of the few remaining relics left behind by them. When worn, it [[AdaptiveArmor adjusts to the wielder's physique]] and enhances [[InASingleBound their]] [[SuperStrength physical]] [[SuperToughness abilities]].
* PrecursorHeroes: Similar to Lo Pei, they are famous heroes who defeated the Demon Sorcerers in the past.
* {{Public Domain Character}}s: They are figures from UsefulNotes/{{Taoism}}. They were originally mortal humans who achieved {{Immortality}} and various other magical powers through various means, usually as rewards after being tested by a Taoist sage [[Creator/{{Laozi}} Lao Tzu]] or another immortal.
%%* PurpleIsPowerful: Lü Dongbin's clothes are purple and black.
%%* RedIsHeroic: Zhang Guolao has red in his clothes.
%%* RedHeadedHero: Zhongli Quan.
* TheVoiceless: They never speak in the flashbacks they are shown.
* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: It's never revealed what happened to them after they sealed the Demon Sorcerers away. [[WildMassGuessing For all we know]], they might have been [[PosthumousCharacter destroyed]] or they AscendedToAHigherPlaneOfExistence.
%%* YouGottaHaveBlueHair: He Xiangu. Cao Guojiu has purple hair.

!!Chi Master Fong
[[quoteright:320:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/909311b6ae4709b384daac6c0b42a46a.png]]
[[caption-width-right:320:This is all we see about him.]]
A deceased Chinese mystic who taught Uncle magic for 15 years. Somewhere along the line, Daolon Wong [[NeverSayDie "defeated"]] him.
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%%* BlueIsHeroic: His figurine wears a blue robe.
* TheGhost: We don't get to see a flashback of him or to hear his voice, but in "The Good, the Bad, the Blind, the Deaf and the Mute", we see on a shrine dedicated to his memory a statue and a small figurine of him.
%%* HermitGuru:
* {{Leitmotif}}: He has one in "The Good, the Bad, the Blind, the Deaf and the Mute", when he "spirit communicates". It's a slow and quiet flute tone.
* TheMentor: He taught Uncle all his magic.
* OldMaster: Similar to Uncle, he was an old and wise chi sage who taught Uncle. [[MasterApprenticeChain What Uncle is to Tohru, Fong was to Uncle.]]
* OurGhostsAreDifferent: In "The Good, the Bad, the Blind, the Deaf and the Mute", his spirit guides Uncle and his family. He doesn't appear as a "physical spirit", but instead he gives signs through forces of nature (like how [[Disney/TheLionKingIISimbasPride Mufasa did with Rafiki]]). It should be noted that [[MeaningfulName Fong can literally mean "wind"]] in Chinese.
* PosthumousCharacter: All we know about him comes from what Uncle and Wong say about him.
* ShrineToTheFallen: He has a shrine and a statue to his memory somewhere in South China.
* SpiritAdvisor: He appears to Uncle in various abstract forms to provide guidance.

!!Super Moose
[[quoteright:268:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/70c767bb935f4c4c451674d1ccfb5c12.jpg]]

-->'''Voiced by:''' Creator/ClancyBrown

An anthropomorphic moose superhero. Normally a fictitious character, unless Jade uses the Rat Talisman to bring a stuffed doll of him to life.
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* ActionHero: His first solution to problems is action.
* AnimalSuperhero: SUPER MOOSE!
* AnimateInanimateObject: Thanks to the Rat Talisman, he becomes a [[LivingToys living toy]].
* {{Badass}}: For a toy, he's surprisingly effective.
* BadassAdorable: A crime-fighting stuffed animal.
* BigDamnHeroes: He has saved people in every episode he appears in. Nobody except Jade ever expects him.
* CatchPhrase:
** "Da-da-da-da-da-da, ANTLER ACTION!"
** "Evil on the loose, you do not want to mess with Super Moose!"
* CuteBruiser: He charges into battle with ANTLER ACTION!
* NonHumanSidekick: At least twice he has acted as a sidekick for Jade.
* TheNoseKnows: Like Daolon Wong's Dark Chi Warriors, he can smell Talisman magic.
* PintSizedPowerhouse: He once defeated Hak Foo, who was a Dark Chi Warrior at the time.
* SuperheroesWearCapes: A moose looks like a superhero because of his cape!
[[/folder]]
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[[folder:The Ice Gang]]
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[[caption-width-right:400:Now they include street gangs, eh? From left to right: MC Cobra, Strikemaster Ice and DJ Fist.]]
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[[caption-width-right:400:Now they're GreenAndMean. From left to right: DJ Fist, Strikemaster Ice and MC Cobra.]]
Drago's henchmen. They consist of Strikemaster Ice, MC Cobra, and DJ Fist. Originally a pizza boy, Ice joined a Shaolin-like monastery where he learned martial arts and met his boys Fist and Cobra. After they were kicked out of the monastery for bad behavior, the Ice Gang sought revenge but were stopped by Jackie and the Enforcers. They were later recruited by Drago and changed them into his dragon henchmen.

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[[folder:Magical Heroes]]
!!Lo Pei
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tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/c1e0c9aafc202a0d5d2d9e0fbea70d01.png]]
[[caption-width-right:400:Now they include street gangs, eh? From left to right: MC Cobra, Strikemaster Ice and DJ Fist.
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[[caption-width-right:320:[[LongDeadBadass He sure means business]].
]]
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[[caption-width-right:400:Now they're GreenAndMean. From left to right: DJ Fist, Strikemaster Ice and MC Cobra.[[caption-width-right:320:And so does his copy.]]
Drago's henchmen. They consist of Strikemaster Ice, MC Cobra, and DJ Fist. Originally a pizza boy, Ice joined a Shaolin-like monastery where he learned martial arts and met his boys Fist and Cobra. After --> ''I must once again safeguard these, lest they were kicked out fall into the hands of the monastery for bad behavior, Ultimate Evil.''

-->'''Voiced by:''' David Carradine

A sacred warrior of
the Ice Gang sought revenge but were stopped by Jackie and Ling Dynasty. Nine hundred years ago, he led the Enforcers. They were later recruited by Drago and changed them uprising against Shendu, turning the demon into a statue and taking away his dragon henchmen.powers in the form of the Talismans. He's been long dead, but one episode features a terracotta statue of him. The Rat Talisman is used on the statue, bringing [[LivingStatue live to it]]. The statue has original Lo Pei's personality and powers. In the end of the episode, he's turned back into a statue.



* {{Arrogant Kung Fu Guy}}s: Awesome skills at martial arts used for greedy criminal activities? They're possibly even more petty than Hak Foo.
* {{Badass}}es: They have proven to be more of a match for Jackie than the Enforcers (excluding Hak Foo) ever were. They still bumble around quite a bit, however.
* {{Badass Normal}}s: They received from {{warrior monk}}s martial arts training that allows them to fare well against Jackie.
* [[BastardUnderstudy Bastard Understudies]]: All three to Drago, when they think they had the upper hand after Drago loses his Fire Demon powers.
* BigThinShortTrio: Fist, Cobra and Ice, respectively.
* BroughtDownToNormal: They spend a good deal of the last season being powered up, but lose all their powers when [[spoiler:Drago is banished to the Netherworld]].
* [[CrouchingMoronHiddenBadass Crouching Morons, Hidden Badasses]]: All three look and act like stereotypical street gang boys, but they're more of a creditable threat than the Enforcers.
* {{Deceptive Disciple}}s: They were taught martial arts by {{warrior monk}}s, but refused to follow the way of peace.
* {{Draconic Humanoid}}s: They become this after Drago gives them a piece of his Fire Demon power.
* EasilyForgiven: After their betrayal, their attempt to regain [[spoiler:[[OneWingedAngel the Demon Chi empowered]]]] Drago's favor is eventually accepted.
* {{Empowered Badass Normal}}s: For the duration of their service to Drago, they received some of his Fire Demon chi (and in the finale, the chis of three other demons).
* EvilerThanThou: Towards Finn, Ratso, and Chow. They are just as greedy and comical as them, but more arrogant, violent and competent. [[{{Foreshadowing}} It's no wonder that the Ice Gang replaced the Enforcers as Drago's henchmen]].
* {{Genius Bruiser}}s: Cobra and Fist have proven themselves to be adept with technology.
** In "Clash Of The Titanics", they managed to build a fully functional submarine out of broken cars in their junkyard hideout.
** In "Stealing Thunder", they do various mechanical decorations in their new tower hideout (the Space Needle of Seattle).
** It's possible that they also built the monster trucks and tasers used to kidnap Jackie, Uncle, and Captain Black in the second to last episode.
* IFightForTheStrongestSide: That's the reason they decide to make amends with [[spoiler:[[OneWingedAngel the Demon Chi empowered]]]] Drago after their betrayal.
* {{Kiai}}: While fighting, they exclaim a lot of cliched martial art cries.
* {{Leitmotif}}: Their theme is a quick rock tempo.
* ManChild: The Ice Gang all act like overgrown teenagers, although they do seem to be younger than the Enforcers.
* NeverMyFault: Like the Enforcers, they're not willing to accept responsibility for their failures.
%%* {{Only Known by Their Nickname}}s
* PromotionToOpeningTitles: They obtain it at Season 5 as the villains receiving Jackie's punch.
* RedEyesTakeWarning: Their irises become red when they're turned to {{Draconic Humanoid}}s.
* ReplacementMooks: They take the Enforcers' place as the henchmen of the ongoing season.
* SpikyHair: They all have this in their human forms to accentuate their rebellious street gang imago.
* TerribleTrio: Though a more competent trio than the Enforcers ever were.
* VillainExitStageLeft: Subverted during the GrandFinale: after [[spoiler:Drago has been banished]] and the Ice Gang turn back into humans, they attempt to sneak away, only to be stopped by El Toro and Paco.

!!Strikemaster Ice
--> ''Let me demonstrate how this [[PowerCrystal little hunk of ice]] is gonna let Strikemaster Ice go back to the monastery and bring down the HOUSE!''

-->'''Voiced by:''' Mike Erwin

The leader of the trio.

to:

* {{Arrogant Kung Fu Guy}}s: Awesome skills {{Badass}}: He is a wise and mighty chi wizard who not only overthrow Shendu at martial arts used for greedy criminal activities? They're possibly even more petty than Hak Foo.
* {{Badass}}es: They have proven to be more
the height of a match for his power, but his reanimated copy defeated both Jackie than the Enforcers (excluding Hak Foo) ever were. They still bumble around quite a bit, however.
* {{Badass Normal}}s: They received from {{warrior monk}}s martial arts training that allows them to fare well against Jackie.
* [[BastardUnderstudy Bastard Understudies]]: All three to Drago, when they think they had the upper hand after Drago loses his Fire Demon powers.
* BigThinShortTrio: Fist, Cobra
and Ice, respectively.
Tohru.
%%* BadassBaritone
%%* BadassBeard
* BroughtDownToNormal: They spend a good deal of the last season being powered up, but lose all their powers when [[spoiler:Drago is banished BadassGrandpa: A wise old chi sage, similar to the Netherworld]].
* [[CrouchingMoronHiddenBadass Crouching Morons, Hidden Badasses]]: All three look and act like stereotypical street gang boys, but they're more of a creditable threat than the Enforcers.
* {{Deceptive Disciple}}s: They were taught martial arts by {{warrior monk}}s, but refused to follow the way of peace.
* {{Draconic Humanoid}}s: They become this after Drago gives them a piece of his Fire Demon power.
* EasilyForgiven: After their betrayal, their attempt to regain [[spoiler:[[OneWingedAngel the Demon Chi empowered]]]] Drago's favor is eventually accepted.
Uncle.
%%*BadassMustache
* {{Empowered Badass Normal}}s: For BigGood: He's the duration of their service to Drago, they received some of one who turned Shendu into a statue and scattered his Fire Demon chi (and in Talismans to the finale, four corners of the chis of three other demons).
* EvilerThanThou: Towards Finn, Ratso, and Chow. They are just as greedy and comical as them, but more arrogant, violent and competent. [[{{Foreshadowing}} It's no wonder
Earth. [[spoiler: The same spell he used to accomplish that is reused on Shendu during the Ice Gang replaced 3rd season.]]
* CallingYourAttacks: When he performs scroll magic, he shouts
the Enforcers scroll's title.
* CassandraTruth: His copy refuses to believe he's a statue, until he sees a poster depicting him in his statue form.
* FamousLastWords: "Goodbye pal."
* FishOutOfWater: A Ling dynasty warrior in modern times? You figure.
* GoodIsNotNice: While he is dedicated to keep the Talismans from evil hands, he has no qualms about causing collateral damage or (non-lethally) disposing of people who seem to threaten him.
* GoodLuckGesture: Jade teaches him a thumbs up gesture
as Drago's henchmen]].
a sign of friendship. [[spoiler:After he's turned back to a liveless terracotta, his right hand is left in this gesture.]]
* {{Genius Bruiser}}s: Cobra {{Irony}}: Valmont [[LampshadeHanging comments]] how life coming to the statue that portrays the man who turned Shendu into a statue is this.
* KungFuWizard: He easily takes down Jackie
and Fist have proven themselves Tohru with martial arts.
%%* LongDeadBadass:
* MadeOfIron: When Tohru squashes him under a taxi, he survives uninjured. Jade suggests this
to be adept with technology.because he's a LivingStatue.
%%* NiceHat
* OccultBlueEyes: He has dark blue eyes, which is an unusual trait for an Asian, so it could be due to his magic.

** In "Clash Of * PaperTalisman: His magic is performed through scrolls. The Titanics", they managed ones he's shown using can be used to build a fully functional submarine out of broken cars in their junkyard hideout.[[PowerFloats levitate]], petrify opponents and [[KiAttacks energy blasting]].
** In "Stealing Thunder", they do various mechanical decorations in their new tower hideout (the Space Needle of Seattle).* PosthumousCharacter: The real Lo Pei has long been dead, but the living terracotta has his personality.
* PrecursorHero: Before all the business with Section 13 and the Chan Clan, there was this guy overthrowing Shendu.

** It's possible that * YouShallNotPass: He stays behind to fight the Shadowkhan, allowing Jackie and Jade to escape with the Talismans. When they also built are at a safe distance, he throws the monster trucks and tasers used Rat Talisman to kidnap Jackie, Uncle, and Captain Black in the second them, letting himself to last episode.
* IFightForTheStrongestSide: That's the reason they decide to make amends with [[spoiler:[[OneWingedAngel the Demon Chi empowered]]]] Drago after their betrayal.
* {{Kiai}}: While fighting, they exclaim a lot of cliched martial art cries.
* {{Leitmotif}}: Their theme is a quick rock tempo.
* ManChild: The Ice Gang all act like overgrown teenagers, although they do seem to be younger than the Enforcers.
* NeverMyFault: Like the Enforcers, they're not willing to accept responsibility for their failures.
%%* {{Only Known by Their Nickname}}s
* PromotionToOpeningTitles: They obtain it at Season 5 as the villains receiving Jackie's punch.
* RedEyesTakeWarning: Their irises
become red when they're turned a statue again.
* WarriorPoet: He constantly utters nature-inspired analogies
to {{Draconic Humanoid}}s.
* ReplacementMooks: They take
poetically and abstractly describe or muse upon his situations.
--> "As
the Enforcers' place as dandelion scatters its seeds to the henchmen four winds, so did I scatter the Talismans to the four corners of the ongoing season.
earth."
* SpikyHair: They all have this in their human forms to accentuate their rebellious street gang imago.
* TerribleTrio: Though a more competent trio than
WouldntHurtAChild: He's briefly tricked by the Enforcers ever were.
* VillainExitStageLeft: Subverted during the GrandFinale: after [[spoiler:Drago has been banished]] and the Ice Gang turn back into humans,
to think they attempt to sneak away, only to be stopped by El Toro and Paco.

!!Strikemaster Ice
are his [[PaperThinDisguise fellow Ling warriors]], until they grab Jade.
--> ''Let me demonstrate how this [[PowerCrystal little hunk "A sacred warrior would never harm a child. You are impostors!"

!![[Myth/ChineseMythology The Eight Immortals]]
[[quoteright:320:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/6cb89e26b9df73d28f61c1b8a111f7b4.png]]
[[caption-width-right:320:From left to right: Zhang Guolao, Lü Dongbin, Li Tieguai, Lan Caihe, Han Xiangzi, Cao Guojiu, Zhongli Quan & He Xiangu.]]
Eight legendary heroes
of ice]] is gonna let Strikemaster Ice go back ancient China. They are the ones who originally banished Shendu and his siblings to the monastery Demon Netherworld and bring down locked their portals with the HOUSE!''

-->'''Voiced by:''' Mike Erwin

The leader of
Pan'Ku Box. However, the trio.artifacts they used to do this (their symbols) were tainted with the demons' chi.



* BlondesAreEvil: Strikemaster Ice has blonde hair in his human form.
* TheDragon: Both figuratively and literally to Drago.
* DishingOutDirt: In the GrandFinale, Drago gives him the chi of Dai Gui the Earth Demon.
* IronicNickname: Strikemaster '''Ice''' is given the ability to breathe '''fire'''.
* JiveTurkey / TotallyRadical: He speaks with a lot of cliched urban slang.
* PlayingWithFire: He gets this power from Drago.
* SneezeOfDoom: In "Black & White & Chi All Over", he's revealed to be allergic to flowers. This causes him to repeteadly sneeze fire blasts during the fight at the flower shop.
* UngratefulBastard: In his debut episode, a flashback shows him to have been slightly out of shape when he was just a pizza boy. He repaid his martial arts training by refusing to follow the way of peace and kicking the monk announcing it.
* WouldHitAGirl: He takes down the two females of Drago's possible recruits.
%%* YouthfulFreckles:

!!MC Cobra

-->'''Voiced by:''' Jeff Fischer

Ice's right-hand man.

to:

* BlondesAreEvil: Strikemaster Ice has blonde hair in his human form.
* TheDragon: Both figuratively and literally
ArtifactOfDoom: The artifacts they used to Drago.
* DishingOutDirt: In
seal the GrandFinale, Drago gives him Demon Sorcerors (their symbols) absorbed some of the respective demon's chi. Anyone who absorbs a Demon Chi will gain the powers of the respective Demon Sorcerer, but the chi of Dai Gui will also [[BodyHorror mutate the Earth Demon.
* IronicNickname: Strikemaster '''Ice''' is given
person's body, making it look like the ability Demon Sorcerer]], and [[TheCorruption the demon's evil nature slowly corrupts the person's mind]]. And the changes will supposedly be permanent if the chi is not removed in time.
%%* BadassBeard: All except Lü Dongbin, Lan Caihe and He Xiangu.
* BadassGrandpa: All of them except [[TheSmurfettePrinciple He]] [[NeverMessWithGranny Xiangu]] were very old when they defeated their respective Demon Sorcerer. It takes a while
to breathe '''fire'''.
be as good as they were, you know?
%%* BadassMustache: Zhang Guolao, Li Tieguai, Lan Caihe and Cao Guojiu.
%%* BaldOfAwesome: Lü Dongbin and Li Tieguai.
* JiveTurkey / TotallyRadical: {{Big Good}}s: It is through their heroics and legacy that the Chan Clan is able to fight Shendu's siblings.
%%* BlueIsHeroic: Han Xiangzi and Zhongli Quan.
%%* EyesAlwaysShut: Except
He speaks Xiangu, they're never shown with opened eyes.
* FlowerMotifs: He Xiangu's symbol is
a lot lotus pod, Lan Caihe's symbol is an unidentified flower, and Li Tieguai's symbol is a gourd.
* HandicappedBadass: Li Tieguai is shown to have a bad leg. [[AllThereInTheManual When he became an immortal, his soul was transferred into a maimed beggar's body]].
* HeroesPreferSwords: This is a downplayed trope. Only Lü Dongbin's symbol is a sword.
* LadyOfWar: He Xiangu is an immortal chi sage in an [[KickingAssInAllHerFinery elegant dress]].
* MagicMusic: Zhang Guolao's symbol is a drum, Cao Guojiu's symbol is a pair
of cliched urban slang.
* PlayingWithFire:
castanets, and Han Xiangzi's symbol is [[MagicalFlutist a flute]].
%%* MonochromaticEyes:
He gets this power Xiangu
%%* NiceHat: Han Xiangzi and Zhongli Quan.
* NoodleIncident: The Fire Demon Chi is never discussed. Since Drago already had the fire powers inherited
from Drago.
his father, it's natural he would not be interested in pursuing the artifact containing his father's chi.
* SneezeOfDoom: In "Black & White & Chi All Over", he's PaperFanOfDoom: Zhongli Quan's symbol is a fan.
%%* PinkMeansFeminine: He Xiangu.
* PoweredArmor: The Armor of the Gods. It's an ancient armor that the Immortals used in their battles against the Demon Sorcerers, and one of the few remaining relics left behind by them. When worn, it [[AdaptiveArmor adjusts to the wielder's physique]] and enhances [[InASingleBound their]] [[SuperStrength physical]] [[SuperToughness abilities]].
* PrecursorHeroes: Similar to Lo Pei, they are famous heroes who defeated the Demon Sorcerers in the past.
* {{Public Domain Character}}s: They are figures from UsefulNotes/{{Taoism}}. They were originally mortal humans who achieved {{Immortality}} and various other magical powers through various means, usually as rewards after being tested by a Taoist sage [[Creator/{{Laozi}} Lao Tzu]] or another immortal.
%%* PurpleIsPowerful: Lü Dongbin's clothes are purple and black.
%%* RedIsHeroic: Zhang Guolao has red in his clothes.
%%* RedHeadedHero: Zhongli Quan.
* TheVoiceless: They never speak in the flashbacks they are shown.
* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: It's never
revealed what happened to be allergic to flowers. This causes him to repeteadly sneeze fire blasts during them after they sealed the fight at the flower shop.
* UngratefulBastard: In his debut episode, a flashback shows him to
Demon Sorcerers away. [[WildMassGuessing For all we know]], they might have been slightly out of shape when he was just a pizza boy. [[PosthumousCharacter destroyed]] or they AscendedToAHigherPlaneOfExistence.
%%* YouGottaHaveBlueHair:
He repaid his martial arts training by refusing to follow Xiangu. Cao Guojiu has purple hair.

!!Chi Master Fong
[[quoteright:320:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/909311b6ae4709b384daac6c0b42a46a.png]]
[[caption-width-right:320:This is all we see about him.]]
A deceased Chinese mystic who taught Uncle magic for 15 years. Somewhere along
the way of peace and kicking the monk announcing it.
* WouldHitAGirl: He takes down the two females of Drago's possible recruits.
%%* YouthfulFreckles:

!!MC Cobra

-->'''Voiced by:''' Jeff Fischer

Ice's right-hand man.
line, Daolon Wong [[NeverSayDie "defeated"]] him.



* BlowYouAway: In the GrandFinale, Drago gives him the chi of Xiao Fung the Wind Demon.
* JiveTurkey / TotallyRadical: He speaks with a lot of cliched urban slang.
* SuperSpeed: He gets this power from Drago. He could almost rival the Rabbit Talisman.
* TheVoiceless: In his first three appearances, he didn't speak at all. Afterwards, it's subverted.
* YouGottaHaveBlueHair: The dark hair of his human form has a purplish tint in it.

!!DJ Fist
The silent strongman of the group.

to:

%%* BlueIsHeroic: His figurine wears a blue robe.
* BlowYouAway: In TheGhost: We don't get to see a flashback of him or to hear his voice, but in "The Good, the GrandFinale, Drago Bad, the Blind, the Deaf and the Mute", we see on a shrine dedicated to his memory a statue and a small figurine of him.
%%* HermitGuru:
* {{Leitmotif}}: He has one in "The Good, the Bad, the Blind, the Deaf and the Mute", when he "spirit communicates". It's a slow and quiet flute tone.
* TheMentor: He taught Uncle all his magic.
* OldMaster: Similar to Uncle, he was an old and wise chi sage who taught Uncle. [[MasterApprenticeChain What Uncle is to Tohru, Fong was to Uncle.]]
* OurGhostsAreDifferent: In "The Good, the Bad, the Blind, the Deaf and the Mute", his spirit guides Uncle and his family. He doesn't appear as a "physical spirit", but instead he
gives him the chi signs through forces of Xiao Fung the Wind Demon.
* JiveTurkey / TotallyRadical: He speaks
nature (like how [[Disney/TheLionKingIISimbasPride Mufasa did with a lot of cliched urban slang.
Rafiki]]). It should be noted that [[MeaningfulName Fong can literally mean "wind"]] in Chinese.
* SuperSpeed: He gets this power PosthumousCharacter: All we know about him comes from Drago. what Uncle and Wong say about him.
* ShrineToTheFallen:
He could almost rival the Rabbit Talisman.
* TheVoiceless: In his first three appearances, he didn't speak at all. Afterwards, it's subverted.
* YouGottaHaveBlueHair: The dark hair of his human form
has a purplish tint shrine and a statue to his memory somewhere in it.

!!DJ Fist
The silent strongman of
South China.
* SpiritAdvisor: He appears to Uncle in various abstract forms to provide guidance.

!!Super Moose
[[quoteright:268:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/70c767bb935f4c4c451674d1ccfb5c12.jpg]]

-->'''Voiced by:''' Creator/ClancyBrown

An anthropomorphic moose superhero. Normally a fictitious character, unless Jade uses
the group.Rat Talisman to bring a stuffed doll of him to life.



* TheBrute: "The silent strongman of the group."
%%* MartialArtsHeadband:
* ShockAndAwe: In the GrandFinale, Drago gives him the chi of Tchang Zu the Thunder Demon.
* SuperStrength: He gets this power from Drago. He can punch Tohru through a room.
* TheVoiceless: His pained exclamations are all the sounds we ever hear coming from his mouth. Once he whispered something to Ice's ear without us hearing what he said.
--> '''Jackie:''' [[LampshadeHanging You don't talk much, do you?]]

to:

* TheBrute: "The silent strongman of ActionHero: His first solution to problems is action.
* AnimalSuperhero: SUPER MOOSE!
* AnimateInanimateObject: Thanks to
the group."
%%* MartialArtsHeadband:
Rat Talisman, he becomes a [[LivingToys living toy]].
* ShockAndAwe: In the GrandFinale, Drago gives him the chi of Tchang Zu the Thunder Demon.
{{Badass}}: For a toy, he's surprisingly effective.
* SuperStrength: BadassAdorable: A crime-fighting stuffed animal.
* BigDamnHeroes:
He gets this power from Drago. He can punch Tohru through a room.
* TheVoiceless: His pained exclamations are all the sounds we
has saved people in every episode he appears in. Nobody except Jade ever hear coming from expects him.
* CatchPhrase:
** "Da-da-da-da-da-da, ANTLER ACTION!"
** "Evil on the loose, you do not want to mess with Super Moose!"
* CuteBruiser: He charges into battle with ANTLER ACTION!
* NonHumanSidekick: At least twice he has acted as a sidekick for Jade.
* TheNoseKnows: Like Daolon Wong's Dark Chi Warriors, he can smell Talisman magic.
* PintSizedPowerhouse: He once defeated Hak Foo, who was a Dark Chi Warrior at the time.
* SuperheroesWearCapes: A moose looks like a superhero because of
his mouth. Once he whispered something to Ice's ear without us hearing what he said.
--> '''Jackie:''' [[LampshadeHanging You don't talk much, do you?]]
cape!




[[folder:Magical Heroes]]
!!Lo Pei
[[quoteright:350:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/27783ca8f13e1177ff59053f3eb0661d.jpg]]
[[caption-width-right:320:[[LongDeadBadass He sure means business]].]]
[[quoteright:320:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/cc2a099de83b20e503199728112fba2f.jpg]]
[[caption-width-right:320:And so does his copy.]]
--> ''I must once again safeguard these, lest they fall into the hands of the Ultimate Evil.''

-->'''Voiced by:''' David Carradine

A sacred warrior of the Ling Dynasty. Nine hundred years ago, he led the uprising against Shendu, turning the demon into a statue and taking away his powers in the form of the Talismans. He's been long dead, but one episode features a terracotta statue of him. The Rat Talisman is used on the statue, bringing [[LivingStatue live to it]]. The statue has original Lo Pei's personality and powers. In the end of the episode, he's turned back into a statue.
----
* {{Badass}}: He is a wise and mighty chi wizard who not only overthrow Shendu at the height of his power, but his reanimated copy defeated both Jackie and Tohru.
%%* BadassBaritone
%%* BadassBeard
* BadassGrandpa: A wise old chi sage, similar to Uncle.
%%*BadassMustache
* BigGood: He's the one who turned Shendu into a statue and scattered his Talismans to the four corners of the Earth. [[spoiler: The same spell he used to accomplish that is reused on Shendu during the 3rd season.]]
* CallingYourAttacks: When he performs scroll magic, he shouts the scroll's title.
* CassandraTruth: His copy refuses to believe he's a statue, until he sees a poster depicting him in his statue form.
* FamousLastWords: "Goodbye pal."
* FishOutOfWater: A Ling dynasty warrior in modern times? You figure.
* GoodIsNotNice: While he is dedicated to keep the Talismans from evil hands, he has no qualms about causing collateral damage or (non-lethally) disposing of people who seem to threaten him.
* GoodLuckGesture: Jade teaches him a thumbs up gesture as a sign of friendship. [[spoiler:After he's turned back to a liveless terracotta, his right hand is left in this gesture.]]
* {{Irony}}: Valmont [[LampshadeHanging comments]] how life coming to the statue that portrays the man who turned Shendu into a statue is this.
* KungFuWizard: He easily takes down Jackie and Tohru with martial arts.
%%* LongDeadBadass:
* MadeOfIron: When Tohru squashes him under a taxi, he survives uninjured. Jade suggests this to be because he's a LivingStatue.
%%* NiceHat
* OccultBlueEyes: He has dark blue eyes, which is an unusual trait for an Asian, so it could be due to his magic.
* PaperTalisman: His magic is performed through scrolls. The ones he's shown using can be used to [[PowerFloats levitate]], petrify opponents and [[KiAttacks energy blasting]].
* PosthumousCharacter: The real Lo Pei has long been dead, but the living terracotta has his personality.
* PrecursorHero: Before all the business with Section 13 and the Chan Clan, there was this guy overthrowing Shendu.
* YouShallNotPass: He stays behind to fight the Shadowkhan, allowing Jackie and Jade to escape with the Talismans. When they are at a safe distance, he throws the Rat Talisman to them, letting himself to become a statue again.
* WarriorPoet: He constantly utters nature-inspired analogies to poetically and abstractly describe or muse upon his situations.
--> "As the dandelion scatters its seeds to the four winds, so did I scatter the Talismans to the four corners of the earth."
* WouldntHurtAChild: He's briefly tricked by the Enforcers to think they are his [[PaperThinDisguise fellow Ling warriors]], until they grab Jade.
--> "A sacred warrior would never harm a child. You are impostors!"

!![[Myth/ChineseMythology The Eight Immortals]]
[[quoteright:320:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/6cb89e26b9df73d28f61c1b8a111f7b4.png]]
[[caption-width-right:320:From left to right: Zhang Guolao, Lü Dongbin, Li Tieguai, Lan Caihe, Han Xiangzi, Cao Guojiu, Zhongli Quan & He Xiangu.]]
Eight legendary heroes of ancient China. They are the ones who originally banished Shendu and his siblings to the Demon Netherworld and locked their portals with the Pan'Ku Box. However, the artifacts they used to do this (their symbols) were tainted with the demons' chi.
----
* ArtifactOfDoom: The artifacts they used to seal the Demon Sorcerors (their symbols) absorbed some of the respective demon's chi. Anyone who absorbs a Demon Chi will gain the powers of the respective Demon Sorcerer, but the chi will also [[BodyHorror mutate the person's body, making it look like the Demon Sorcerer]], and [[TheCorruption the demon's evil nature slowly corrupts the person's mind]]. And the changes will supposedly be permanent if the chi is not removed in time.
%%* BadassBeard: All except Lü Dongbin, Lan Caihe and He Xiangu.
* BadassGrandpa: All of them except [[TheSmurfettePrinciple He]] [[NeverMessWithGranny Xiangu]] were very old when they defeated their respective Demon Sorcerer. It takes a while to be as good as they were, you know?
%%* BadassMustache: Zhang Guolao, Li Tieguai, Lan Caihe and Cao Guojiu.
%%* BaldOfAwesome: Lü Dongbin and Li Tieguai.
* {{Big Good}}s: It is through their heroics and legacy that the Chan Clan is able to fight Shendu's siblings.
%%* BlueIsHeroic: Han Xiangzi and Zhongli Quan.
%%* EyesAlwaysShut: Except He Xiangu, they're never shown with opened eyes.
* FlowerMotifs: He Xiangu's symbol is a lotus pod, Lan Caihe's symbol is an unidentified flower, and Li Tieguai's symbol is a gourd.
* HandicappedBadass: Li Tieguai is shown to have a bad leg. [[AllThereInTheManual When he became an immortal, his soul was transferred into a maimed beggar's body]].
* HeroesPreferSwords: This is a downplayed trope. Only Lü Dongbin's symbol is a sword.
* LadyOfWar: He Xiangu is an immortal chi sage in an [[KickingAssInAllHerFinery elegant dress]].
* MagicMusic: Zhang Guolao's symbol is a drum, Cao Guojiu's symbol is a pair of castanets, and Han Xiangzi's symbol is [[MagicalFlutist a flute]].
%%* MonochromaticEyes: He Xiangu
%%* NiceHat: Han Xiangzi and Zhongli Quan.
* NoodleIncident: The Fire Demon Chi is never discussed. Since Drago already had the fire powers inherited from his father, it's natural he would not be interested in pursuing the artifact containing his father's chi.
* PaperFanOfDoom: Zhongli Quan's symbol is a fan.
%%* PinkMeansFeminine: He Xiangu.
* PoweredArmor: The Armor of the Gods. It's an ancient armor that the Immortals used in their battles against the Demon Sorcerers, and one of the few remaining relics left behind by them. When worn, it [[AdaptiveArmor adjusts to the wielder's physique]] and enhances [[InASingleBound their]] [[SuperStrength physical]] [[SuperToughness abilities]].
* PrecursorHeroes: Similar to Lo Pei, they are famous heroes who defeated the Demon Sorcerers in the past.
* {{Public Domain Character}}s: They are figures from UsefulNotes/{{Taoism}}. They were originally mortal humans who achieved {{Immortality}} and various other magical powers through various means, usually as rewards after being tested by a Taoist sage [[Creator/{{Laozi}} Lao Tzu]] or another immortal.
%%* PurpleIsPowerful: Lü Dongbin's clothes are purple and black.
%%* RedIsHeroic: Zhang Guolao has red in his clothes.
%%* RedHeadedHero: Zhongli Quan.
* TheVoiceless: They never speak in the flashbacks they are shown.
* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: It's never revealed what happened to them after they sealed the Demon Sorcerers away. [[WildMassGuessing For all we know]], they might have been [[PosthumousCharacter destroyed]] or they AscendedToAHigherPlaneOfExistence.
%%* YouGottaHaveBlueHair: He Xiangu. Cao Guojiu has purple hair.

!!Chi Master Fong
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A deceased Chinese mystic who taught Uncle magic for 15 years. Somewhere along the line, Daolon Wong [[NeverSayDie "defeated"]] him.
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%%* BlueIsHeroic: His figurine wears a blue robe.
* TheGhost: We don't get to see a flashback of him or to hear his voice, but in "The Good, the Bad, the Blind, the Deaf and the Mute", we see on a shrine dedicated to his memory a statue and a small figurine of him.
%%* HermitGuru:
* {{Leitmotif}}: He has one in "The Good, the Bad, the Blind, the Deaf and the Mute", when he "spirit communicates". It's a slow and quiet flute tone.
* TheMentor: He taught Uncle all his magic.
* OldMaster: Similar to Uncle, he was an old and wise chi sage who taught Uncle. [[MasterApprenticeChain What Uncle is to Tohru, Fong was to Uncle.]]
* OurGhostsAreDifferent: In "The Good, the Bad, the Blind, the Deaf and the Mute", his spirit guides Uncle and his family. He doesn't appear as a "physical spirit", but instead he gives signs through forces of nature (like how [[Disney/TheLionKingIISimbasPride Mufasa did with Rafiki]]). It should be noted that [[MeaningfulName Fong can literally mean "wind"]] in Chinese.
* PosthumousCharacter: All we know about him comes from what Uncle and Wong say about him.
* ShrineToTheFallen: He has a shrine and a statue to his memory somewhere in South China.
* SpiritAdvisor: He appears to Uncle in various abstract forms to provide guidance.

!!Super Moose
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-->'''Voiced by:''' Creator/ClancyBrown

An anthropomorphic moose superhero. Normally a fictitious character, unless Jade uses the Rat Talisman to bring a stuffed doll of him to life.
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* ActionHero: His first solution to problems is action.
* AnimalSuperhero: SUPER MOOSE!
* AnimateInanimateObject: Thanks to the Rat Talisman, he becomes a [[LivingToys living toy]].
* {{Badass}}: For a toy, he's surprisingly effective.
* BadassAdorable: A crime-fighting stuffed animal.
* BigDamnHeroes: He has saved people in every episode he appears in. Nobody except Jade ever expects him.
* CatchPhrase:
** "Da-da-da-da-da-da, ANTLER ACTION!"
** "Evil on the loose, you do not want to mess with Super Moose!"
* CuteBruiser: He charges into battle with ANTLER ACTION!
* NonHumanSidekick: At least twice he has acted as a sidekick for Jade.
* TheNoseKnows: Like Daolon Wong's Dark Chi Warriors, he can smell Talisman magic.
* PintSizedPowerhouse: He once defeated Hak Foo, who was a Dark Chi Warrior at the time.
* SuperheroesWearCapes: A moose looks like a superhero because of his cape!
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* [[Characters/JackieChanAdventuresTheIceGang The Ice Gang]] [[labelnote:Character List]]Strikemaster Ice, MC Cobra, DJ Fist[[/labelnote]]



* [[Characters/JackieChanAdventuresMagicalHeroes Magical Heroes]][[labelnote:Character List]]Lo Pei, The Eight Immortals, Chi Master Fong, Super Moose[[/labelnote]]



[[folder:Dark Chi Forces]]
!!Daolon Wong
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[[caption-width-right:320:[[EvilCounterPart Like Uncle, but evil]].]]
--> ''Ah, darkness shall begin its reign.''

-->'''Voiced by:''' James Hong

The main villain of Season 3. He is an ancient Chinese dark chi wizard who tries to find the animals with Talisman powers.

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[[folder:Dark Chi Forces]]
!!Daolon Wong
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[[caption-width-right:320:[[EvilCounterPart Like Uncle, but evil]].[[caption-width-right:400:Now they include street gangs, eh? From left to right: MC Cobra, Strikemaster Ice and DJ Fist.]]
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--> ''Ah, darkness shall begin its reign.''

-->'''Voiced by:''' James Hong

The main villain
Drago's henchmen. They consist of Season 3. He is an ancient Chinese dark chi wizard who tries to find Strikemaster Ice, MC Cobra, and DJ Fist. Originally a pizza boy, Ice joined a Shaolin-like monastery where he learned martial arts and met his boys Fist and Cobra. After they were kicked out of the animals with Talisman powers.monastery for bad behavior, the Ice Gang sought revenge but were stopped by Jackie and the Enforcers. They were later recruited by Drago and changed them into his dragon henchmen.



* ArchEnemy: To Uncle, as they are both chi wizards, Uncle is his GoodCounterpart, and Wong [[YouKilledMyFather "defeated" Uncle's teacher]].
* ArcVillain: He's the main enemy of Season 3 but only a minor recurring enemy otherwise.
* BadassGrandpa: He's at least as old and just as powerful as Uncle.
* BadBoss:
** All the [[BigBad Big Bads]] are this to varying degrees, but Daolon Wong might be the top contender. [[GotVolunteered He just appears and turns the Enforcers into his new minions without asking their opinion]]. He never congratulates them for anything, punishes them either verbally or inflicting them with painful dark magic, and [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking addresses them with the names of his old warriors]]. Ratso once says that Wong turned him into an ottoman for [[DisproportionateRetribution bringing him the wrong tea]].
** He values the more competent Hak Foo slightly more than the others initially, but as soon as Hak Foo's success rate comes to an end, Wong treats him just as badly as the others.
* TheBadGuyWins: The episode which introduced both Eggbert (the noble rooster) and Mordecai (the noble pig) ended with him getting away with ''both'' talisman powers!
* BigBad: Of Season 3. He's after the Noble Animals with the Talisman powers.
* BeardOfEvil: He has a white goatee.
* BlackMagic: You don't see Uncle enslaving people to be his Dark Chi Warriors.
* BlackSpeech: He mutters his spells in sinister sounding Chinese.
* ButtMonkey: Almost every episode he's in usually ends up with him getting injured and his final defeat is the most humiliating of any of the {{Big Bad}}s - [[spoiler:he's stripped of his powers in a CurbStompBattle and left to rot in prison]]. Likewise, most of his defeats are {{Humiliation Conga}}s, with the episode involving time travel even having him rapidly flash through each of his most painful defeats.
* CardCarryingVillain: The only goal that Wong's made clear is that he wants to spread evil.
* CatchPhrase:
** "Gan, Ren, Chui!"
** "Eh?"
* DarkIsEvil: He's proud to declare his membership to the Forces of Darkness.
* {{Depowered}}: [[spoiler: In the 3rd arc's end, Uncle takes away all of Wong's magical powers.]]
* EvilAlbino: No other human in the series is as pale as he is.
* EvilCounterpart: To Uncle. They're both elderly and experienced Chinese chi wizards, but while Uncle fights to preserve the balance between good and evil, Wong attempts to tip the balance in favor of evil. They both have a no-nonsense attitude that makes them berate verbally and even physically their younger comrades/subordinates in order to set them in line. They're also [[GrumpyOldMan grouchy]] and at least somewhat [[TechnologicallyBlindElders out of touch with modern times]]. In fact, Jade often refers to Wong as "[[LampshadeHanging the anti-Uncle]]". In "The Good, the Bad, the Blind, the Deaf and the Mute", Wong himself lampshades this to Uncle.
-->'''Daolon Wong''': It would appear you are the appropriate Yin to my Yang, good wizard.
%%* EvilGloating:
* EvilIsNotAToy: For a devoted evildoer, he should have known better than to make a deal with [[spoiler:Shendu]].
* EvilIsOneBigHappyFamily: While he is a BadBoss ''par excellence'', he seems to have this opinion of serious evil doers, referring to Shendu as a "brother in darkness" [[spoiler: and is genuinely shocked when Shendu betrays him]], and he is working to further the cause of evil for its own sake- power is a means to that end for him, not an end in itself.
* EvilOldFolks: He's probably older than Uncle, given the fact that he faced off Uncle's teacher.
* EvilSorcerer: He's an ''evil'' WitchDoctor. His magic is basically the same type as the one Uncle uses, but utilised for a different purpose.
* EvilWearsBlack: He wears a black and blue robe.
* EvilerThanThou: He once ends up facing [[EvilVersusEvil the Monkey King]] and wins and he easily puts Valmont in his place when recruiting the Enforcers. But later he ends up on the "thou" end against [[spoiler:Shendu]].
* {{Expy}}: He has many similarities to [[Film/BigTroubleInLittleChina Lo Pan]], another evil and ancient Chinese wizard who has three mystical warriors as servants and who's voiced by James Hong.
* FacialMarkings: He has black tattoos on his face.
* FangsAreEvil: He can create in each of his palm a fanged mouth.
* GenreBlind: How did he NOT see [[spoiler:Shendu's betrayal]] coming? Everyone else did.
* GrumpyOldMan: Smugness aside, he's never genuinely happy.
* HeroKiller: You know he's bad news when he brags about "defeating" Chi Master Fung.
* HijackedByGanon: [[spoiler: To Shendu in season 3. As soon as the old dragon is resurrected, he becomes the main threat.]]
* HoistByHisOwnPetard: Most of his plans fail due to this trope. The biggest example would be [[spoiler:him trusting [[ChronicBackstabbingDisorder Shendu]]]].
* KiAttacks: Launches these with his magic wand.
* KickTheDog: Tries to "shoot the dog with a chi blast meant to vaporize it." [[spoiler:Good thing said dog was immortal.]] He was also content with killing all the canine competitors at a dog show in order to make his quest for the noble animal among the crowd all the more easier.
* KnightOfCerebus: Despite being a ButtMonkey, Daolon Wong brings more sinister tones to the story than the Dark Hand, for example. He is also one of the few human antagonists who are confirmed to have killed another character [[KilledOffForReal for real]].
* LaserGuidedKarma: In his last appearance, he's [[spoiler:dragged off to be interrogated by the past versions of the Enforcers, the same ones whose present versions he enslaved and abused during the 3rd season]].
* LeanAndMean: He is the most scrawny of the major antagonists and arguably the worst case of a BadBoss out of all of them.
* MagicWand: His wooden scepter. [[spoiler:It's eventually rendered powerless by Uncle.]]
* MismatchedEyes: Wong's left eye is gray, and his right eye is blue. Maybe it's due to magic?
* {{Necromancer}}: [[spoiler: He resurrects Shendu by magically creating for him a new physical body to replace the one Jade destroyed.]]
* OffscreenVillainy: When Uncle and Daolon Wong first meet, Wong reveals himself as the one who killed Uncle's Chi Master. This crime is never shown onscreen.
* OldMaster: Uncle often vouches for Wong's expertise and Wong seems to be more knowledgeable about more arcane spells than Uncle. [[spoiler:He knew the original spell that turned Shendu into a statue.]] But he does not seem to keep up with Uncle's more modern spells.
* NewPowersAsThePlotDemands: Half the time he appears, he pulls out some new magic, sometimes something that he never uses again, like turning Valmont into a child or creating a giant ogre out of thin air.
* PromotionToOpeningTitles: He is featured at Season 3's opening titles to show his status as that season's main antagonist.
* SpellMyNameWithAnS: Daolon or Daolan? [[http://www.sonypictures.com/tv/kids/index_jackie.html Even the official website can't decide.]] Daolon seems to be the more popular spelling among the fanbase.
* SmokeOut: He conceals himself in blue smoke when he [[VillainTeleportation teleports]]. Sometimes he [[DefeatEqualsExplosion "poofs"]] like his Dark Chi Warriors.
* SmugSnake: He's utterly convinced of his ingenuity, yet rarely succeeds.
* SquishyWizard: Out of the main villains in ''JCA'', he's physically the least fit. It makes things much harder for him after [[spoiler:he's stripped of his magic]].
* TooDumbToLive: The only one who was surprised that [[spoiler:Shendu betrayed him]] was Wong himself.
* TookALevelInBadass: Went from a recurring villain in Season 2 to the main villain of Season 3.
* TooManyMouths: He can create in his palms round mouths. He can absord the Talisman magic into himself through them.
* VillainousCheekbones: His wilted flesh makes no effort to hide his classically villainous cheekbones.
* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: [[spoiler: He's last seen in "Deja Vu", being taken away by the past Enforcers for interrogation. While Jackie returns to the present, [[FridgeHorror Wong's ultimate fate is never revealed]].]]
* WizardDuel: Almost in their every encounter, he and Uncle engage in this.
* YouKilledMyFather: States that he "defeated" Uncle's teacher, Chi Master Fong (the details of which are never brought up). While the show has a NeverSayDie policy, most dialogue indicates that Wong killed him.

!!Dark Chi Warriors
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[[caption-width-right:380:Ready as soldiers, [[TheVoiceless silent as ghosts]]. From left to right: Gan, Chui and Ren.]]
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[[caption-width-right:380:Meet [[FanNickname Dark Chi Enforcers]]. From left to right: Chui (Ratso), Ren (Finn) and Gan (Chow).]]
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[[caption-width-right:320:And [[AndZoidberg Zhen]] (Hak Foo).]]

Daolon Wong's demonic henchmen. They originally consisted of Ren, Chui, and Gan; later they were replaced by Finn, Ratso, and Chow respectively. Eventually Hak Foo was also turned into one of the Warriors and renamed Zhen.
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* BareYourMidriff: Chui/Ratso and Zhen's midriff are wholly exposed. The other two have theirs partially exposed.
* BizarreAlienBiology: Their eyelids are situated so that they open and close vertically, not horizontally like with a human.
* BlackEyesOfEvil: They have pitch-black eyes to reflect their nature as evil spirits
* DeathIsCheap: Any time they are seriously or fatally injured, they [[DefeatEqualsExplosion "poof" into clouds of smoke]], and are eventually revived and resummoned. [[ButtMonkey The Enforcers]] have this PlayedForLaughs.
* DropTheHammer: Chui/Ratso uses a sledgehammer.
* EvilRedhead: Except for [[BaldOfEvil Chui/Ratso]], they all have long red hair.
%%* EvilWearsBlack
* FacialMarkings: They all have lightning bolt on their chins (excluding Zhen) and on their foreheads a mark similiar to the one Wong has. They are both blue.
* FightingWithChucks: Gan/Chow's weapon is a sanjiegun, a three-sectional staff.
* FumaShuriken: Ren/Finn's WeaponOfChoice. It's used close range or as a throwing weapon.
* InASingleBound: They can jump quite high, Zhen even more so.
* MeaningfulName: Chui can mean "hammer" in Chinese. Zhen can mean "rare" or "precious" in Chinese, reflecting Wong's slightly higher valuing of Hak Foo due to him being more competent than the other Enforcers.
* ReplacementMooks: After Uncle trapped the original Dark Chi Warriors inside a magic box, Daolon Wong used the Dark Hand Enforcers as substitutes.
* SealedEvilInACan: The original Warriors are sealed by Uncle into the Lost Urn of Wei Cheng, forcing Wong to replace them with the Enforcers.
* SlaveMooks: Finn, Ratso, and Chow were forcibly turned into Dark Chi Warriors against their will (with Wong even saying that they're enslaved to do his bidding). [[BlessedWithSuck They resent their ridiculous new appearances, and being forced to do the old wizard's bidding]]. Hak Foo on the other hand, while he didn't agree to join, [[FreakyIsCool doesn't mind it because he's more powerful now]].
* SmokeOut: When they teleport or "die", they are consealed in blue smoke.
* TheStoic: While the Enforcers are just as expressive as before, the original Warriors were mostly expressionless. One of the rare cases of them being NotSoStoic was when [[spoiler:Jade fought them to a standstill with the Ben Shui Order's Chosen One's staff]].
* SummonToHand: They can summon their weapon to their hands, either over a long distance or out of thin air.
* SuperStrength: The skinny Chow/Gan could break down a door that was barricaded. Chui/Ratso easily caught a tree that was falling on him. Zhen is the strongest of them.
* SuperpoweredMooks: They're faster and stronger than humans, have [[MindOverMatter telekinetic control over their weapons]], and have ResurrectiveImmortality.
* TastesLikePurple: They can ''smell'' magic. This way they locate Jade, who was using the Snake Talisman's power at the time.
* TheVoiceless: The original Warriors were completely mute. However, the Enforcers are still just as talkative after their transformations.
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[[folder:The Ice Gang]]
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[[caption-width-right:400:Now they include street gangs, eh? From left to right: MC Cobra, Strikemaster Ice and DJ Fist.]]
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[[caption-width-right:400:Now they're GreenAndMean. From left to right: DJ Fist, Strikemaster Ice and MC Cobra.]]
Drago's henchmen. They consist of Strikemaster Ice, MC Cobra, and DJ Fist. Originally a pizza boy, Ice joined a Shaolin-like monastery where he learned martial arts and met his boys Fist and Cobra. After they were kicked out of the monastery for bad behavior, the Ice Gang sought revenge but were stopped by Jackie and the Enforcers. They were later recruited by Drago and changed them into his dragon henchmen.
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* [[Characters/JackieChanAdventuresTheDemonSorcerers The Demon Sorcerers]] [[labelnote:Character List]]Shendu, Bai Tza, Dai Gui, Hsi Wu, Po Kong, Tchang Zu, Tso Lan, Xiao Fung, Drago[[/labelnote]]

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* [[Characters/JackieChanAdventuresTheDemonSorcerers The Demon Sorcerers]] [[labelnote:Character List]]Shendu, Drago, Bai Tza, Dai Gui, Hsi Wu, Po Kong, Tchang Zu, Tso Lan, Xiao Fung, Drago[[/labelnote]]Fung[[/labelnote]]
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* [[Characters/JackieChanAdventuresOniAndShadowkhan Oni And Shadowkhan]] [[labelnote:Character List]][[/labelnote]]

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* [[Characters/JackieChanAdventuresDarkChiForces Dark Chi Forces]] [[labelnote:Character List]]Daolon Wong, Dark Chi Warriors (Gan, Ren, Chui)[[/labelnote]]
* [[Characters/JackieChanAdventuresOniAndShadowkhan Oni And Shadowkhan]] [[labelnote:Character List]][[/labelnote]]List]]Tarakudo, Oni Generals, Ikazuki, Shadowkhan (Ninja Khan, Razor Khan, Bat Khan, Sumo Khan, Samurai Khan, Squid Khan, Crab Khan, Leech Khan, Mantis Khan)[[/labelnote]]



[[folder:Oni and Shadowkhan]]
The [[{{Youkai}} Oni]] are hideous horned demons from Japanese folklore. 10 of them (led by Tarakudo) commanded an army of [[LivingShadow Shadowkhan]], who are demonic shadow warriors.

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[[folder:Oni [[folder:The Ice Gang]]
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and Shadowkhan]]
The [[{{Youkai}} Oni]] are hideous horned demons from Japanese folklore. 10
DJ Fist.]]
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[[caption-width-right:400:Now they're GreenAndMean. From left to right: DJ Fist, Strikemaster Ice and MC Cobra.]]
Drago's henchmen. They consist
of Strikemaster Ice, MC Cobra, and DJ Fist. Originally a pizza boy, Ice joined a Shaolin-like monastery where he learned martial arts and met his boys Fist and Cobra. After they were kicked out of the monastery for bad behavior, the Ice Gang sought revenge but were stopped by Jackie and the Enforcers. They were later recruited by Drago and changed them (led by Tarakudo) commanded an army of [[LivingShadow Shadowkhan]], who are demonic shadow warriors.into his dragon henchmen.



* BadassArmy: The Oni and Shadowkhan could possibly engulf the entire world in darkness (figuratively and [[TheNightThatNeverEnds literally]]).
* FangsAreEvil: The Oni have sharp teeth.
* HornedHumanoid: The Oni have small horns.
* KeystoneArmy: While generally efficient, the Shadowkhan are dependent on their masters' instructions. Other than the Oni, people can control them only as long as they're wearing an Oni Mask or having [[spoiler:Tarakudo's mark]]. [[spoiler:Imprisoning Tarakudo in his mask seals also his Generals and all the Shadowkhan.]]
* {{Leitmotif}}: During the 4th season, when Tarakudo or the Oni are involved, you hear a quiet sinister tone.
* NearVillainVictory: [[spoiler:The Oni Generals are released [[NiceJobBreakingItHero by the heroes]] unknowingly doing the very thing that destroys their mask prisons -- by gathering them in one location. The Oni then [[AllYourBaseAreBelongToUs conquer Section 13]] and begin summoning enough Shadowkhan to cover the entire Earth in darkness. Tarakudo imprisons the J-Team and the Generals set out to spread the veil of darkness unopposed. The J-Team is able to stop and seal the Oni and the Shadowkhan away only after they accidentally discover the existence of the mask used for that purpose, and even then, getting the mask and placing it on Tarakudo's face is no easy feat.]]
* OurDemonsAreDifferent: The Oni are fearsome ogre-like demons from Japanese mythology. But the Shadowkhan on the other hand were created for the show.
* PersonOfMassDestruction: Once all 9 Oni Generals are united, they collectively possess enough power to eventually cover the entire world in darkness. Presumably, if Tarakudo were not a floating head, he could do this all by himself.
* SealedArmyInACan: Tarakudo was reduced to being a floating head and imprisoned in another dimension, while all the Oni Generals and their respective Shadowkhan tribes were trapped inside the Oni Masks. After Daolon Wong accidentally released Tarakudo, the latter seeks to liberate the other Oni and Shadowkhan. [[spoiler:Eventually all the Oni and Shadowkhan are freed from their imprisonment, however all of them are trapped again inside a final Oni Mask placed on Tarakudo's face.]]
* TimeAbyss: Like the Demon Sorcerers, Tarakudo and his Generals are ancient, but their actual age is never stated. The fact that Shendu used one of the Oni Masks to summon the Shadowkhan, indicating they were defeated before he was turned into a statue, hints that the Oni might be even ''older'' than the Demon Sorcerers.
* {{Youkai}}: The Oni are a class of creatures from the folklore of Japan.

!!Tarakudo
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[[caption-width-right:144: This face will stare at you from the SHADOWS!]]
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-->''I am the one and only King of the Shadowkhan!''

-->'''Voiced by:''' Creator/MiguelFerrer

The main villain of Season 4. He is the king of the Shadowkhan and lord of all Oni. He seeks to release his nine Oni Generals and their Shadowkhan armies to take over the world.

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* BadassArmy: The Oni and Shadowkhan could {{Arrogant Kung Fu Guy}}s: Awesome skills at martial arts used for greedy criminal activities? They're possibly engulf the entire world in darkness (figuratively and [[TheNightThatNeverEnds literally]]).
even more petty than Hak Foo.
* FangsAreEvil: The Oni {{Badass}}es: They have sharp teeth.
* HornedHumanoid: The Oni have small horns.
* KeystoneArmy: While generally efficient, the Shadowkhan are dependent on their masters' instructions. Other
proven to be more of a match for Jackie than the Oni, people can control Enforcers (excluding Hak Foo) ever were. They still bumble around quite a bit, however.
* {{Badass Normal}}s: They received from {{warrior monk}}s martial arts training that allows
them only as long as to fare well against Jackie.
* [[BastardUnderstudy Bastard Understudies]]: All three to Drago, when they think they had the upper hand after Drago loses his Fire Demon powers.
* BigThinShortTrio: Fist, Cobra and Ice, respectively.
* BroughtDownToNormal: They spend a good deal of the last season being powered up, but lose all their powers when [[spoiler:Drago is banished to the Netherworld]].
* [[CrouchingMoronHiddenBadass Crouching Morons, Hidden Badasses]]: All three look and act like stereotypical street gang boys, but
they're wearing an Oni Mask or having [[spoiler:Tarakudo's mark]]. [[spoiler:Imprisoning Tarakudo in more of a creditable threat than the Enforcers.
* {{Deceptive Disciple}}s: They were taught martial arts by {{warrior monk}}s, but refused to follow the way of peace.
* {{Draconic Humanoid}}s: They become this after Drago gives them a piece of
his mask seals Fire Demon power.
* EasilyForgiven: After their betrayal, their attempt to regain [[spoiler:[[OneWingedAngel the Demon Chi empowered]]]] Drago's favor is eventually accepted.
* {{Empowered Badass Normal}}s: For the duration of their service to Drago, they received some of his Fire Demon chi (and in the finale, the chis of three other demons).
* EvilerThanThou: Towards Finn, Ratso, and Chow. They are just as greedy and comical as them, but more arrogant, violent and competent. [[{{Foreshadowing}} It's no wonder that the Ice Gang replaced the Enforcers as Drago's henchmen]].
* {{Genius Bruiser}}s: Cobra and Fist have proven themselves to be adept with technology.
** In "Clash Of The Titanics", they managed to build a fully functional submarine out of broken cars in their junkyard hideout.
** In "Stealing Thunder", they do various mechanical decorations in their new tower hideout (the Space Needle of Seattle).
** It's possible that they
also his Generals built the monster trucks and all tasers used to kidnap Jackie, Uncle, and Captain Black in the Shadowkhan.]]
second to last episode.
* IFightForTheStrongestSide: That's the reason they decide to make amends with [[spoiler:[[OneWingedAngel the Demon Chi empowered]]]] Drago after their betrayal.
* {{Kiai}}: While fighting, they exclaim a lot of cliched martial art cries.
* {{Leitmotif}}: During the 4th season, when Tarakudo or the Oni are involved, you hear Their theme is a quiet sinister tone.
quick rock tempo.
* NearVillainVictory: [[spoiler:The Oni Generals are released [[NiceJobBreakingItHero by the heroes]] unknowingly doing the very thing that destroys their mask prisons -- by gathering them in one location. ManChild: The Oni then [[AllYourBaseAreBelongToUs conquer Section 13]] and begin summoning enough Shadowkhan to cover the entire Earth in darkness. Tarakudo imprisons the J-Team and the Generals set out to spread the veil of darkness unopposed. The J-Team is able to stop and seal the Oni and the Shadowkhan away only after Ice Gang all act like overgrown teenagers, although they accidentally discover do seem to be younger than the existence of the mask used for that purpose, and even then, getting the mask and placing it on Tarakudo's face is no easy feat.]]
Enforcers.
* OurDemonsAreDifferent: The Oni are fearsome ogre-like demons from Japanese mythology. But the Shadowkhan on the other hand were created for the show.
* PersonOfMassDestruction: Once all 9 Oni Generals are united, they collectively possess enough power to eventually cover the entire world in darkness. Presumably, if Tarakudo were not a floating head, he could do this all by himself.
* SealedArmyInACan: Tarakudo was reduced to being a floating head and imprisoned in another dimension, while all the Oni Generals and their respective Shadowkhan tribes were trapped inside the Oni Masks. After Daolon Wong accidentally released Tarakudo, the latter seeks to liberate the other Oni and Shadowkhan. [[spoiler:Eventually all the Oni and Shadowkhan are freed from their imprisonment, however all of them are trapped again inside a final Oni Mask placed on Tarakudo's face.]]
* TimeAbyss:
NeverMyFault: Like the Demon Sorcerers, Tarakudo and his Generals are ancient, but Enforcers, they're not willing to accept responsibility for their actual age is never stated. The fact that Shendu used one failures.
%%* {{Only Known by Their Nickname}}s
* PromotionToOpeningTitles: They obtain it at Season 5 as the villains receiving Jackie's punch.
* RedEyesTakeWarning: Their irises become red when they're turned to {{Draconic Humanoid}}s.
* ReplacementMooks: They take the Enforcers' place as the henchmen
of the Oni Masks ongoing season.
* SpikyHair: They all have this in their human forms
to summon the Shadowkhan, indicating they were defeated before he was turned into accentuate their rebellious street gang imago.
* TerribleTrio: Though
a statue, hints that the Oni might be even ''older'' more competent trio than the Demon Sorcerers.
Enforcers ever were.
* {{Youkai}}: The Oni are a class of creatures from VillainExitStageLeft: Subverted during the folklore of Japan.

!!Tarakudo
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[[caption-width-right:144: This face will stare at you from
GrandFinale: after [[spoiler:Drago has been banished]] and the SHADOWS!]]
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Ice Gang turn back into humans, they attempt to see spoilers]]http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/5aaca746a77e16d59807e1937936dc6c.png[[/labelnote]]]]
-->''I am the one and
sneak away, only King to be stopped by El Toro and Paco.

!!Strikemaster Ice
--> ''Let me demonstrate how this [[PowerCrystal little hunk
of ice]] is gonna let Strikemaster Ice go back to the Shadowkhan!''

monastery and bring down the HOUSE!''

-->'''Voiced by:''' Creator/MiguelFerrer

Mike Erwin

The main villain of Season 4. He is the king leader of the Shadowkhan and lord of all Oni. He seeks to release his nine Oni Generals and their Shadowkhan armies to take over the world.trio.



* AffablyEvil: The least strict boss to the Enforcers and isn't particularly malevolent - while he still wants to take over the world, he isn't a dick about it.
* ArcVillain: Tarakudo appears in the first and last episodes of the fourth season.
* AristocratsAreEvil: He styles himself as the "Lord of All Oni" and "King of the Shadowkhan".
%%* BeardOfEvil
* BadassGrandpa: He is an ancient and immortal demon after all.
* BadassMustache: His mustache is similar to those included to the classical samurai masks.
* BadBoss: [[DownplayedTrope Downplayed]] when compared to the other {{Big Bad}}s of the series, though he has his moments when the Enforcers stretch his patience.
* BattleStrip: [[spoiler: When he regains his body, he prepares for battle... by ripping off his shirt.]]
* BenevolentBoss: This is the one of the biggest things that set him apart from the other villains. While the others have at best strained relationship with their associates, Tarakudo treats his underlings - human or Oni - more leniently, and his Generals are never shown plotting behind his back.
* BerserkButton: He becomes absolutely murderous once he finds out that the J-Team has obtained his mask.
* BigBad: Of Season 4, being the leader of the Oni and the Shadowkhan.
* BigNo: He yells this when [[spoiler:he's being sucked into his mask]].
* BroughtDownToBadass: When Tarakudo is hit with a spell that causes him to [[spoiler:have a body so that the tenth mask can be used to seal away him and the rest of the Oni]], it also removes his MindOverMatter powers. [[spoiler:Even without them, sticking the mask to his face proved the only way to stop him and his armies.]]
* TheChessmaster: He shows himself to be a long-term planner with his XanatosGambit example (see below) and the fact that he [[spoiler:hid the only known object that could be used to defeat him in a nearly inaccessible realm]].
* CombatPragmatist: When he turns out to be evenly matched in telekinesis with Eggbert the Noble Rooster, he uses a distraction to take the rooster out.
* DangerouslyGenreSavvy: When compared to the other main antagonists, Tarakudo is probably the wisest and the most sensible, given his more flexible way of thinking. His best example of this trope would be hiding [[spoiler:the mask made specifically to seal him]] in the Shadow Realm, a place no human can enter without using BlackMagic.
* DeadpanSnarker: He provides more humor than the other {{Big Bad}}s with his dry wit.
* EarlyBirdCameo: [[spoiler: As a tattoo that Jade put on her leg. Not surprisingly it's a MarkOfTheBeast (see below).]]
* EvilSoundsDeep: Helps that his voice is provided by Miguel Ferrer.
* EvilWearsBlack: [[spoiler: When he regains his physical body, he appears in a black gi with [[RedAndBlackAndEvilAllOver red patterns]].]]
* FlyingFace: For most of Season 4, Tarakudo is a floating head giving orders.
* IntangibleMan: Tarakudo is an Intangible Floating Demon Head. It makes him a very difficult enemy to fight, but also forces him to rely heavily on his minions. He still prefers it to having a real body, [[spoiler:since the only way he would get that is if someone found the mask that can [[SealedEvilInACan seal him away]].]]
* KickTheDog: After the Bat Khan mask is removed from Scruffy in "The Amazing T-Troop", he makes a telekinetic shot at Jade. Scruffy takes the shot and seems to die. Tarakudo merely says "Oops" and callously vanishes. [[spoiler:Good thing nothing happened to Scruffy.]]
* KungFuWizard: [[spoiler:After being forced into a physical body, Tarakudo drops the mental tricks and starts kicking ''Jackie's'' butt single-handedly.]]
* ManipulativeBastard: When some of the Oni Masks end up on the faces of more noble-minded people, Tarakudo accelerates their corruption by encouraging or tricking them to call upon their darkness within.
* MarkOfTheBeast: [[spoiler:If anyone gets a tattoo of Tarakudo's face, they will have demonic powers and become evil.]]
* MindOverMatter: Tarakudo has the power of levitation and telekinesis.
* MyNameIsInigoMontoya: "Bow before Tarakudo, king of all Shadowkhan, lord of all Oni."
* OutsideContextVillain: As the majority of the shows villain's were Chinese in origin, none of the heroes were prepared for a Japanese one to appear. Even Uncle had no idea who he was when he showed up.
* PungeonMaster: He makes puns more than his predecessor {{Big Bad}}s. In [[HalloweenEpisode "Fright Fight Night"]], after reproving Jackie's lack of a Halloween costume, he places a Jack-o'-lantern on his head, naming him "Jackie-o'-lantern". And in "Ninja Twilight", when he first meets Viper, he says that she's quite a catch before trapping her in a fishnet.
* RedOniBlueOni: Personality-wise, the collected Tarakudo is blue to the boisterous Ikazuki's red. It's ironic because, in literal terms, Tarakudo's and Ikazuki's faces are red and blue respectively.
* SealedEvilInACan: Tarakudo is accidentally released from imprisonment in another dimension by Daolon Wong. [[spoiler:In the end of the season, Tarakudo's own mask is placed on his face, which traps not only him, but also all the other Oni and Shadowkhan.]]
* ShirtlessScene: [[spoiler: After the above mentioned BattleStrip, he spends his final screentime shirtless.]]
* SingleStrokeBattle: [[spoiler: After he regains his body, he performs this on El Toro and Viper at the same time, in mid-air no less. No weapons are used, and no blood is spilled.]]
* SoreLoser: He admits being this before committing the above mentioned KickTheDog moment.
* SupernaturalGoldEyes: Unlike most of the supernatural foes shown, Tarakudo has amber eyes instead of red.
* WeCanRuleTogether: Twice during the show, Tarakudo asks Jade if she's going to reclaim her title as the Queen of the Shadowkhan. It's up to debate how serious he is about this, but it's hinted that [[VillainTakesAnInterest he'd want to be her mentor]].
* WeaksauceWeakness: As an Oni, Tarakudo's eyes are very sensitive to onions, and having it thrown in his face will make him retreat.
* WhyDidItHaveToBeSnakes: For the above mentioned reason, he freaks out anytime he sees an onion.
--> "[[OhCrap No!]] [[AnythingButThat Anything but onions!]]"
* XanatosGambit: [[spoiler:The Oni generals are released whenever all nine masks are assembled in one place. Since Tarakudo is the only one that knows this, whether he gets all the masks, or the J-Team does, he still wins.]]

!!Oni Generals
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[[caption-width-right:320:Yep, even the leader deserves to have a spot.]]
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9 Oni who served Tarakudo. Each of them has been trapped inside a mask. Any mortal who wears an Oni Mask will be possessed, and can summon a unique type of Shadowkhan.

to:

* AffablyEvil: The least strict boss to the Enforcers and isn't particularly malevolent - while he still wants to take over the world, he isn't a dick about it.
* ArcVillain: Tarakudo appears in the first and last episodes of the fourth season.
* AristocratsAreEvil: He styles himself as the "Lord of All Oni" and "King of the Shadowkhan".
%%* BeardOfEvil
* BadassGrandpa: He is an ancient and immortal demon after all.
* BadassMustache: His mustache is similar to those included to the classical samurai masks.
* BadBoss: [[DownplayedTrope Downplayed]] when compared to the other {{Big Bad}}s of the series, though he
BlondesAreEvil: Strikemaster Ice has blonde hair in his moments when the Enforcers stretch his patience.
* BattleStrip: [[spoiler: When he regains his body, he prepares for battle... by ripping off his shirt.]]
* BenevolentBoss: This is the one of the biggest things that set him apart from the other villains. While the others have at best strained relationship with their associates, Tarakudo treats his underlings -
human or Oni - more leniently, form.
* TheDragon: Both figuratively
and his Generals are never shown plotting behind his back.
literally to Drago.
* BerserkButton: He becomes absolutely murderous once he finds out that DishingOutDirt: In the J-Team has obtained his mask.
* BigBad: Of Season 4, being
GrandFinale, Drago gives him the leader chi of Dai Gui the Oni and Earth Demon.
* IronicNickname: Strikemaster '''Ice''' is given
the Shadowkhan.
ability to breathe '''fire'''.
* BigNo: JiveTurkey / TotallyRadical: He yells this when [[spoiler:he's being sucked into his mask]].
* BroughtDownToBadass: When Tarakudo is hit
speaks with a spell that lot of cliched urban slang.
* PlayingWithFire: He gets this power from Drago.
* SneezeOfDoom: In "Black & White & Chi All Over", he's revealed to be allergic to flowers. This
causes him to [[spoiler:have a body so that the tenth mask can be used to seal away him and the rest of the Oni]], it also removes his MindOverMatter powers. [[spoiler:Even without them, sticking the mask to his face proved the only way to stop him and his armies.]]
* TheChessmaster: He shows himself to be a long-term planner with his XanatosGambit example (see below) and the fact that he [[spoiler:hid the only known object that could be used to defeat him in a nearly inaccessible realm]].
* CombatPragmatist: When he turns out to be evenly matched in telekinesis with Eggbert the Noble Rooster, he uses a distraction to take the rooster out.
* DangerouslyGenreSavvy: When compared to the other main antagonists, Tarakudo is probably the wisest and the most sensible, given his more flexible way of thinking. His best example of this trope would be hiding [[spoiler:the mask made specifically to seal him]] in the Shadow Realm, a place no human can enter without using BlackMagic.
* DeadpanSnarker: He provides more humor than the other {{Big Bad}}s with his dry wit.
* EarlyBirdCameo: [[spoiler: As a tattoo that Jade put on her leg. Not surprisingly it's a MarkOfTheBeast (see below).]]
* EvilSoundsDeep: Helps that his voice is provided by Miguel Ferrer.
* EvilWearsBlack: [[spoiler: When he regains his physical body, he appears in a black gi with [[RedAndBlackAndEvilAllOver red patterns]].]]
* FlyingFace: For most of Season 4, Tarakudo is a floating head giving orders.
* IntangibleMan: Tarakudo is an Intangible Floating Demon Head. It makes him a very difficult enemy to fight, but also forces him to rely heavily on his minions. He still prefers it to having a real body, [[spoiler:since the only way he would get that is if someone found the mask that can [[SealedEvilInACan seal him away]].]]
* KickTheDog: After the Bat Khan mask is removed from Scruffy in "The Amazing T-Troop", he makes a telekinetic shot at Jade. Scruffy takes the shot and seems to die. Tarakudo merely says "Oops" and callously vanishes. [[spoiler:Good thing nothing happened to Scruffy.]]
* KungFuWizard: [[spoiler:After being forced into a physical body, Tarakudo drops the mental tricks and starts kicking ''Jackie's'' butt single-handedly.]]
* ManipulativeBastard: When some of the Oni Masks end up on the faces of more noble-minded people, Tarakudo accelerates their corruption by encouraging or tricking them to call upon their darkness within.
* MarkOfTheBeast: [[spoiler:If anyone gets a tattoo of Tarakudo's face, they will have demonic powers and become evil.]]
* MindOverMatter: Tarakudo has the power of levitation and telekinesis.
* MyNameIsInigoMontoya: "Bow before Tarakudo, king of all Shadowkhan, lord of all Oni."
* OutsideContextVillain: As the majority of the shows villain's were Chinese in origin, none of the heroes were prepared for a Japanese one to appear. Even Uncle had no idea who he was when he showed up.
* PungeonMaster: He makes puns more than his predecessor {{Big Bad}}s. In [[HalloweenEpisode "Fright Fight Night"]], after reproving Jackie's lack of a Halloween costume, he places a Jack-o'-lantern on his head, naming him "Jackie-o'-lantern". And in "Ninja Twilight", when he first meets Viper, he says that she's quite a catch before trapping her in a fishnet.
* RedOniBlueOni: Personality-wise, the collected Tarakudo is blue to the boisterous Ikazuki's red. It's ironic because, in literal terms, Tarakudo's and Ikazuki's faces are red and blue respectively.
* SealedEvilInACan: Tarakudo is accidentally released from imprisonment in another dimension by Daolon Wong. [[spoiler:In the end of the season, Tarakudo's own mask is placed on his face, which traps not only him, but also all the other Oni and Shadowkhan.]]
* ShirtlessScene: [[spoiler: After the above mentioned BattleStrip, he spends his final screentime shirtless.]]
* SingleStrokeBattle: [[spoiler: After he regains his body, he performs this on El Toro and Viper at the same time, in mid-air no less. No weapons are used, and no blood is spilled.]]
* SoreLoser: He admits being this before committing the above mentioned KickTheDog moment.
* SupernaturalGoldEyes: Unlike most of the supernatural foes shown, Tarakudo has amber eyes instead of red.
* WeCanRuleTogether: Twice
repeteadly sneeze fire blasts during the show, Tarakudo asks Jade if she's going to reclaim her title as fight at the Queen of the Shadowkhan. It's up to debate how serious he is about this, but it's hinted that [[VillainTakesAnInterest he'd want to be her mentor]].
flower shop.
* WeaksauceWeakness: As an Oni, Tarakudo's eyes are very sensitive to onions, and having it thrown in UngratefulBastard: In his face will make debut episode, a flashback shows him retreat.
* WhyDidItHaveToBeSnakes: For the above mentioned reason, he freaks out anytime he sees an onion.
--> "[[OhCrap No!]] [[AnythingButThat Anything but onions!]]"
* XanatosGambit: [[spoiler:The Oni generals are released whenever all nine masks are assembled in one place. Since Tarakudo is the only one that knows this, whether he gets all the masks, or the J-Team does, he still wins.]]

!!Oni Generals
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[[caption-width-right:320:Yep, even the leader deserves
to have a spot.]]
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9 Oni who served Tarakudo. Each of them has
been trapped inside slightly out of shape when he was just a mask. Any mortal who wears an Oni Mask will be possessed, pizza boy. He repaid his martial arts training by refusing to follow the way of peace and can summon a unique type kicking the monk announcing it.
* WouldHitAGirl: He takes down the two females
of Shadowkhan.Drago's possible recruits.
%%* YouthfulFreckles:

!!MC Cobra

-->'''Voiced by:''' Jeff Fischer

Ice's right-hand man.



* BaldOfEvil: Most of them don't have hair on their heads.
* BodyHorror: When a mask is worn, the user's face (and sometimes their whole body) will change to resemble that of the Oni possessing them.
* BodySnatcher: Once the mask's host uses their Shadowkhan, they begin to have equal control of the user's body, whether the user (namely Captain Black, Finn, Paco, Jade and Valmont) want them to or not.
* BrainFood: Apparently some, if not all of them, like to eat human brains.
* CastingAShadow: Summoning the Shadowkhan and spreading darkness are the main powers of the Oni Generals.
* DemonicPossession: When an Oni Mask is placed on the face of the user, they are still conscious of their actions, but are greatly influenced by the mask, and eventually it will completely take over. Finn was the only one who wasn't affected, because the Rat Talisman awakened Ikazuki, who was accidentally placed on his butt.
* {{Evil Mask}}s: The season's {{MacGuffin}}s are masks that can summon different breeds of Shadowkhan. That is the main reason the human villains want the masks in the first place.
* EvilWearsBlack: [[spoiler: After they are freed from their masks, they wear almost fully black uniforms.]]
* {{Flat Character}}s: Aside from Ikazuki, they don't get much characterization beyond vileness and loyal devotion to Tarakudo.
* {{Four Star Badass}}es: They all command vast Shadowkhan armies, and they fought personally before their imprisonment [[spoiler:and after their liberation]].
* MadeOfIron: [[spoiler:After they are released from their masks, a blast from the Dragon Talisman doesn't injure them.]]
* SealedEvilInACan: All of the Oni Generals are trapped within masks and by extension, the Shadowkhan they control. [[spoiler:Ultimately, all the Generals are sealed in the mask designed to imprison Tarakudo.]]
* SlasherSmile: Their pointy teeth cause them to make these.
* SummonMagic: Each Oni General commands a tribe of Shadowkhan and, as per usual, can summon them at will. Shendu commanded one tribe because he magically manipulated one of the masks.
* TheVoiceless: Excluding Ikazuki, they're never heard speaking.
* UndyingLoyalty: They all have this towards Tarakudo, as they're never shown plotting behind his back.
* WeaksauceWeakness: Onions can normally hurt them, unless an Oni Mask is attached to a human host.
* WildHair: Some of them have this, as you might expect from the reputedly wild Onis.

!!!Ikazuki
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-->''[[LargeHam Ikazuki lives]]. [[KneelBeforeZod Bow before my mighty form]] and - [[EpicFail Where is my mighty form]]?''

-->'''Voiced by:''' Creator/MauriceLaMarche

The only Oni General who is named. He is the second-in-command behind Tarakudo. He can summon Samurai Khan.

to:

* BaldOfEvil: Most of them don't have hair on their heads.
* BodyHorror: When a mask is worn,
BlowYouAway: In the user's face (and sometimes their whole body) will change to resemble that of GrandFinale, Drago gives him the Oni possessing them.
* BodySnatcher: Once
chi of Xiao Fung the mask's host uses their Shadowkhan, they begin to have equal control Wind Demon.
* JiveTurkey / TotallyRadical: He speaks with a lot
of the user's body, whether the user (namely Captain Black, Finn, Paco, Jade and Valmont) want them to or not.
cliched urban slang.
* BrainFood: Apparently some, if not all of them, like to eat human brains.
* CastingAShadow: Summoning the Shadowkhan and spreading darkness are the main powers of the Oni Generals.
* DemonicPossession: When an Oni Mask is placed on the face of the user, they are still conscious of their actions, but are greatly influenced by the mask, and eventually it will completely take over. Finn was the only one who wasn't affected, because the Rat Talisman awakened Ikazuki, who was accidentally placed on his butt.
* {{Evil Mask}}s: The season's {{MacGuffin}}s are masks that can summon different breeds of Shadowkhan. That is the main reason the human villains want the masks in the first place.
* EvilWearsBlack: [[spoiler: After they are freed
SuperSpeed: He gets this power from their masks, they wear Drago. He could almost fully black uniforms.]]
* {{Flat Character}}s: Aside from Ikazuki, they don't get much characterization beyond vileness and loyal devotion to Tarakudo.
* {{Four Star Badass}}es: They all command vast Shadowkhan armies, and they fought personally before their imprisonment [[spoiler:and after their liberation]].
* MadeOfIron: [[spoiler:After they are released from their masks, a blast from
rival the Dragon Talisman doesn't injure them.]]
* SealedEvilInACan: All of the Oni Generals are trapped within masks and by extension, the Shadowkhan they control. [[spoiler:Ultimately, all the Generals are sealed in the mask designed to imprison Tarakudo.]]
* SlasherSmile: Their pointy teeth cause them to make these.
* SummonMagic: Each Oni General commands a tribe of Shadowkhan and, as per usual, can summon them at will. Shendu commanded one tribe because he magically manipulated one of the masks.
Rabbit Talisman.
* TheVoiceless: Excluding Ikazuki, they're never heard speaking.
* UndyingLoyalty: They all have this towards Tarakudo, as they're never shown plotting behind
In his back.
first three appearances, he didn't speak at all. Afterwards, it's subverted.
* WeaksauceWeakness: Onions can normally hurt them, unless an Oni Mask is attached to a YouGottaHaveBlueHair: The dark hair of his human host.
* WildHair: Some
form has a purplish tint in it.

!!DJ Fist
The silent strongman
of them have this, as you might expect from the reputedly wild Onis.

!!!Ikazuki
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-->''[[LargeHam Ikazuki lives]]. [[KneelBeforeZod Bow before my mighty form]] and - [[EpicFail Where is my mighty form]]?''

-->'''Voiced by:''' Creator/MauriceLaMarche

The only Oni General who is named. He is the second-in-command behind Tarakudo. He can summon Samurai Khan.
group.



* ButtMonkey: Despite being the most powerful and the only named one of the Oni Generals, Ikazuki is often at the butt of all jokes. First by being revived without a body, then by literally being at Finn's butt for his debut episode, [[spoiler:and finally being "creamed" between Viper and El Toro's body slam]].
* TheDragon: In "The Demon Behind", Ikazuki is addressed as Tarakudo's second-in-command by Tohru. This comes into play in the fourth season finale, where Ikazuki orders the other Demon Generals to attack the Chans and remains with Tarakudo at Section 13 base during the Earth's invasion.
* TheDreaded: Ikazuki is feared as Tarakudo's most fearsome general. But it's played for laughs as he ends up the ButtMonkey in all appearances - in his first, literally.
* EverythingsBetterWithSamurai: He commands Samurai Khan. [[spoiler:When he is released from his mask, he wears a [[CoolHelmet samurai helmet]].]]
%%* EvilIsHammy
%%* EvilSoundsDeep
%%* HotBlooded
* {{Jerkass}}: He's respectful towards Tarakudo and presumably towards the other Generals, but towards everyone else he acts haughtily.
* KneelBeforeZod: He often orders people to bow before "his mighty form".
* RedOniBlueOni: Personality-wise, the boisterous Ikazuki is red to the collected Tarakudo's blue. It's ironic because, in literal terms, Tarakudo's and Ikazuki's faces are red and blue respectively.
* SealedEvilInACan: Like the other generals. [[spoiler:Is ultimately imprisoned within Tarakudo's mask, along with everyone else.]]
* TwoBeingsOneBody: The Rat Talisman is used on his mask to make him talk. Later he accidentally is stuck onto Finn's ''rear''.
* UndyingLoyalty: He refuses to reveal the Chans a way to defeat his master when they're interrogating him.

!!The Shadowkhan
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Demonic shadow spirits. They were introduced as {{ninja}}s who served Shendu, and briefly [[KidWithTheLeash Jade]]. In Season 4 we learn that their original masters were the Oni, and there are 9 different varieties of them.

to:

* ButtMonkey: Despite being the most powerful and the only named one of the Oni Generals, Ikazuki is often at the butt of all jokes. First by being revived without a body, then by literally being at Finn's butt for his debut episode, [[spoiler:and finally being "creamed" between Viper and El Toro's body slam]].
* TheDragon: In
TheBrute: "The Demon Behind", Ikazuki is addressed as Tarakudo's second-in-command by Tohru. This comes into play in silent strongman of the fourth season finale, where Ikazuki orders group."
%%* MartialArtsHeadband:
* ShockAndAwe: In
the other Demon Generals to attack GrandFinale, Drago gives him the Chans and remains with Tarakudo at Section 13 base during chi of Tchang Zu the Earth's invasion.
Thunder Demon.
* TheDreaded: Ikazuki is feared as Tarakudo's most fearsome general. But it's played for laughs as he ends up SuperStrength: He gets this power from Drago. He can punch Tohru through a room.
* TheVoiceless: His pained exclamations are all
the ButtMonkey in all appearances - in his first, literally.
* EverythingsBetterWithSamurai: He commands Samurai Khan. [[spoiler:When he is released
sounds we ever hear coming from his mask, mouth. Once he wears a [[CoolHelmet samurai helmet]].]]
%%* EvilIsHammy
%%* EvilSoundsDeep
%%* HotBlooded
* {{Jerkass}}: He's respectful towards Tarakudo and presumably towards the other Generals, but towards everyone else
whispered something to Ice's ear without us hearing what he acts haughtily.
* KneelBeforeZod: He often orders people to bow before "his mighty form".
* RedOniBlueOni: Personality-wise, the boisterous Ikazuki is red to the collected Tarakudo's blue. It's ironic because, in literal terms, Tarakudo's and Ikazuki's faces are red and blue respectively.
* SealedEvilInACan: Like the other generals. [[spoiler:Is ultimately imprisoned within Tarakudo's mask, along with everyone else.]]
* TwoBeingsOneBody: The Rat Talisman is used on his mask to make him talk. Later he accidentally is stuck onto Finn's ''rear''.
* UndyingLoyalty: He refuses to reveal the Chans a way to defeat his master when they're interrogating him.

!!The Shadowkhan
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said.
--> '''Jackie:''' [[LampshadeHanging You don't talk much, do you?]]
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[[folder:Magical Heroes]]
!!Lo Pei
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[[caption-width-right:320:[[LongDeadBadass He sure means business]].]]
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Demonic shadow spirits. They were introduced as {{ninja}}s who served
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[[caption-width-right:320:And so does his copy.]]
--> ''I must once again safeguard these, lest they fall into the hands of the Ultimate Evil.''

-->'''Voiced by:''' David Carradine

A sacred warrior of the Ling Dynasty. Nine hundred years ago, he led the uprising against
Shendu, turning the demon into a statue and briefly [[KidWithTheLeash Jade]]. In Season 4 we learn that their taking away his powers in the form of the Talismans. He's been long dead, but one episode features a terracotta statue of him. The Rat Talisman is used on the statue, bringing [[LivingStatue live to it]]. The statue has original masters were Lo Pei's personality and powers. In the Oni, and there are 9 different varieties end of them.the episode, he's turned back into a statue.



* TheCorruption: To anyone who summons them who isn't already evil, and sometimes even then. It's the summoning that starts it, not the Oni Masks, as the corrupting only sets in once they are called upon. Though more noble-minded people can resist for a time, the Oni's influence will dominate the host eventually.
* DarkIsEvil: Quite literally, see LivingShadow.
* DefeatEqualsExplosion: When they "die", they vaporize into black mist.
* EliteMooks: They are far more skilled and deadly than The Enforcers.
* EvilWearsBlack: They wear black clothes (or black skin).
* HumanoidAbomination: All but the Leech Khan and the Squid Khan, to varying degrees.
* LivingShadow: Shadowkhan are just that, shadows manifested into physical form.
* MookCarryover: Inverted. They are introduced as serving Shendu, but originally served Tarakudo, despite the latter not appearing until Season 4. Played straight with Shadow-Jade and to a lesser extent with anyone who put on a mask, though in both cases the summoner became BrainwashedAndCrazy. Daolon Wong ''tried'' to do this, but ended up freeing Tarakudo instead, though he had briefly controlled them in an earlier episode.
* MalevolentMaskedMen: They all wear ninja-like masks. We only get to see one Squid Khan's mask removed (and its face wasn't pretty). Presumably, all Shadowkhan are equally as horrifying underneath.
* MundaneUtility: Some people have used the Shadowkhan for something else than combat. For example:
** When Jade got control of the Ninja Shadowkhan in "Queen of the Shadowkhan", she used them as household servants.
** When Ratso got the Razor-Khan Oni Mask, he used his Shadowkhan to play baseball.
** Captain Black is a double subversion. When he got the Sumo-Khan Oni Mask, he decided to replace all the Section 13 agents with Shadowkhan, claiming that they were better than humans in every way. We see several shots of Shadowkhan typing on computers, checking folders, arresting people... and mopping the floor.
* OurDemonsAreDifferent: They come in many different shapes and sizes.
* RedEyesTakeWarning: Like the Demon Sorcerers, Shadowkhan all have glowing red eyes of some sort, except for the eyeless Leech Khan.
* ReplacementMooks: When Daolon Wong gets fed up with the Enforcers' incompetence in "Sheep In, Sheep Out", he replaces them with the Ninja Khan until he decides that they're not superior after all.
* SealedArmyInACan: The Shadowkhan are all bound to the Oni Masks, until someone wears a mask and summons them. [[spoiler:In the end, all the Shadowkhan are trapped inside Tarakudo's mask, along with the Oni.]]
* ShadowWalker: The Shadowkhan can use shadows as dimensional doors. They once travelled through the Shadow Realm in order to enter Jade's dream.
* SummonMagic: The Shadowkhan can be summoned anywhere there is ambient shadow.
* TheVoiceless: They never speak.

!!!Ninja Khan
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The most common kind of Shadowkhan, and the only type seen until Season 4. They have been summoned by Shendu and Daolon Wong (through sorcery), Jade and [[spoiler:Tohru]] (with the [[spoiler:Mark of Tarakudo]]), and Chow (with an Oni Mask).

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* TheCorruption: To anyone {{Badass}}: He is a wise and mighty chi wizard who summons them who isn't already evil, and sometimes even then. It's the summoning that starts it, not the Oni Masks, as the corrupting only sets in once they are called upon. Though more noble-minded people can resist for a time, overthrow Shendu at the Oni's influence will dominate height of his power, but his reanimated copy defeated both Jackie and Tohru.
%%* BadassBaritone
%%* BadassBeard
* BadassGrandpa: A wise old chi sage, similar to Uncle.
%%*BadassMustache
* BigGood: He's
the host eventually.
* DarkIsEvil: Quite literally, see LivingShadow.
* DefeatEqualsExplosion: When they "die", they vaporize
one who turned Shendu into black mist.
* EliteMooks: They are far more skilled
a statue and deadly than The Enforcers.
* EvilWearsBlack: They wear black clothes (or black skin).
* HumanoidAbomination: All but
scattered his Talismans to the Leech Khan and the Squid Khan, to varying degrees.
* LivingShadow: Shadowkhan are just that, shadows manifested into physical form.
* MookCarryover: Inverted. They are introduced as serving Shendu, but originally served Tarakudo, despite the latter not appearing until Season 4. Played straight with Shadow-Jade and to a lesser extent with anyone who put on a mask, though in both cases the summoner became BrainwashedAndCrazy. Daolon Wong ''tried'' to do this, but ended up freeing Tarakudo instead, though he had briefly controlled them in an earlier episode.
* MalevolentMaskedMen: They all wear ninja-like masks. We only get to see one Squid Khan's mask removed (and its face wasn't pretty). Presumably, all Shadowkhan are equally as horrifying underneath.
* MundaneUtility: Some people have used the Shadowkhan for something else than combat. For example:
** When Jade got control
four corners of the Ninja Shadowkhan in "Queen of the Shadowkhan", she used them as household servants.
** When Ratso got the Razor-Khan Oni Mask,
Earth. [[spoiler: The same spell he used his Shadowkhan to play baseball.
** Captain Black is a double subversion. When he got the Sumo-Khan Oni Mask, he decided to replace all the Section 13 agents with Shadowkhan, claiming
accomplish that they were better than humans in every way. We see several shots of Shadowkhan typing is reused on computers, checking folders, arresting people... and mopping Shendu during the floor.
* OurDemonsAreDifferent: They come in many different shapes and sizes.
* RedEyesTakeWarning: Like the Demon Sorcerers, Shadowkhan all have glowing red eyes of some sort, except for the eyeless Leech Khan.
* ReplacementMooks: When Daolon Wong gets fed up with the Enforcers' incompetence in "Sheep In, Sheep Out", he replaces them with the Ninja Khan until he decides that they're not superior after all.
* SealedArmyInACan: The Shadowkhan are all bound to the Oni Masks, until someone wears a mask and summons them. [[spoiler:In the end, all the Shadowkhan are trapped inside Tarakudo's mask, along with the Oni.
3rd season.]]
* ShadowWalker: The Shadowkhan can use shadows CallingYourAttacks: When he performs scroll magic, he shouts the scroll's title.
* CassandraTruth: His copy refuses to believe he's a statue, until he sees a poster depicting him in his statue form.
* FamousLastWords: "Goodbye pal."
* FishOutOfWater: A Ling dynasty warrior in modern times? You figure.
* GoodIsNotNice: While he is dedicated to keep the Talismans from evil hands, he has no qualms about causing collateral damage or (non-lethally) disposing of people who seem to threaten him.
* GoodLuckGesture: Jade teaches him a thumbs up gesture
as dimensional doors. They once travelled a sign of friendship. [[spoiler:After he's turned back to a liveless terracotta, his right hand is left in this gesture.]]
* {{Irony}}: Valmont [[LampshadeHanging comments]] how life coming to the statue that portrays the man who turned Shendu into a statue is this.
* KungFuWizard: He easily takes down Jackie and Tohru with martial arts.
%%* LongDeadBadass:
* MadeOfIron: When Tohru squashes him under a taxi, he survives uninjured. Jade suggests this to be because he's a LivingStatue.
%%* NiceHat
* OccultBlueEyes: He has dark blue eyes, which is an unusual trait for an Asian, so it could be due to his magic.
* PaperTalisman: His magic is performed
through the Shadow Realm in order to enter Jade's dream.
* SummonMagic:
scrolls. The Shadowkhan ones he's shown using can be summoned anywhere used to [[PowerFloats levitate]], petrify opponents and [[KiAttacks energy blasting]].
* PosthumousCharacter: The real Lo Pei has long been dead, but the living terracotta has his personality.
* PrecursorHero: Before all the business with Section 13 and the Chan Clan,
there is ambient shadow.
was this guy overthrowing Shendu.
* TheVoiceless: They YouShallNotPass: He stays behind to fight the Shadowkhan, allowing Jackie and Jade to escape with the Talismans. When they are at a safe distance, he throws the Rat Talisman to them, letting himself to become a statue again.
* WarriorPoet: He constantly utters nature-inspired analogies to poetically and abstractly describe or muse upon his situations.
--> "As the dandelion scatters its seeds to the four winds, so did I scatter the Talismans to the four corners of the earth."
* WouldntHurtAChild: He's briefly tricked by the Enforcers to think they are his [[PaperThinDisguise fellow Ling warriors]], until they grab Jade.
--> "A sacred warrior would
never speak.

!!!Ninja Khan
harm a child. You are impostors!"

!![[Myth/ChineseMythology The Eight Immortals]]
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The most common kind
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[[caption-width-right:320:From left to right: Zhang Guolao, Lü Dongbin, Li Tieguai, Lan Caihe, Han Xiangzi, Cao Guojiu, Zhongli Quan & He Xiangu.]]
Eight legendary heroes
of Shadowkhan, and the only type seen until Season 4. ancient China. They have been summoned by are the ones who originally banished Shendu and Daolon Wong (through sorcery), Jade his siblings to the Demon Netherworld and [[spoiler:Tohru]] (with locked their portals with the [[spoiler:Mark of Tarakudo]]), and Chow (with an Oni Mask).Pan'Ku Box. However, the artifacts they used to do this (their symbols) were tainted with the demons' chi.



* ConservationOfNinjutsu: Whatever it's five or tens of them, they would take the same amount of effort to dispatch.
* FlechetteStorm: Sometimes they do this with their shuriken.
* HighlyVisibleNinja: Averted. While they usually face the heroes face-to-face, they are actually very good at being stealthy and unseen in spite of their numbers.
* HumanoidAbomination: They're the most human-like in appearance, besides the blue skin and red eyes.
* JackOfAllStats: When compared to the other Shadowkhan, they appear to be the most versatile.
* KnifeNut: They can summon various weapons, but they mostly use throwing stars.
* McNinja: Subverted. They initially seem like this, as ninjas are Japanese and Shendu is ''Chinese''. Eventually it's revealed that Shendu merely possessed the mask that grants control over them.
* {{Ninja}}: They run and [[InASingleBound jump around]], use martial arts, and throw shuriken.
* NotQuiteFlight: They have in their suits capes which they can use for gliding.
* SmokeOut: They sometimes disappear by using smoke bombs.
* WallCrawl: They're shown to be able to do this without any visible tools for that purpose.

!!!Razor Khan
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These Shadowkhan attack with sharp blade-like claws. They are summoned by Ratso with an Oni Mask.

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* ConservationOfNinjutsu: Whatever ArtifactOfDoom: The artifacts they used to seal the Demon Sorcerors (their symbols) absorbed some of the respective demon's chi. Anyone who absorbs a Demon Chi will gain the powers of the respective Demon Sorcerer, but the chi will also [[BodyHorror mutate the person's body, making it look like the Demon Sorcerer]], and [[TheCorruption the demon's evil nature slowly corrupts the person's mind]]. And the changes will supposedly be permanent if the chi is not removed in time.
%%* BadassBeard: All except Lü Dongbin, Lan Caihe and He Xiangu.
* BadassGrandpa: All of them except [[TheSmurfettePrinciple He]] [[NeverMessWithGranny Xiangu]] were very old when they defeated their respective Demon Sorcerer. It takes a while to be as good as they were, you know?
%%* BadassMustache: Zhang Guolao, Li Tieguai, Lan Caihe and Cao Guojiu.
%%* BaldOfAwesome: Lü Dongbin and Li Tieguai.
* {{Big Good}}s: It is through their heroics and legacy that the Chan Clan is able to fight Shendu's siblings.
%%* BlueIsHeroic: Han Xiangzi and Zhongli Quan.
%%* EyesAlwaysShut: Except He Xiangu, they're never shown with opened eyes.
* FlowerMotifs: He Xiangu's symbol is a lotus pod, Lan Caihe's symbol is an unidentified flower, and Li Tieguai's symbol is a gourd.
* HandicappedBadass: Li Tieguai is shown to have a bad leg. [[AllThereInTheManual When he became an immortal, his soul was transferred into a maimed beggar's body]].
* HeroesPreferSwords: This is a downplayed trope. Only Lü Dongbin's symbol is a sword.
* LadyOfWar: He Xiangu is an immortal chi sage in an [[KickingAssInAllHerFinery elegant dress]].
* MagicMusic: Zhang Guolao's symbol is a drum, Cao Guojiu's symbol is a pair of castanets, and Han Xiangzi's symbol is [[MagicalFlutist a flute]].
%%* MonochromaticEyes: He Xiangu
%%* NiceHat: Han Xiangzi and Zhongli Quan.
* NoodleIncident: The Fire Demon Chi is never discussed. Since Drago already had the fire powers inherited from his father,
it's five or tens of them, they natural he would take not be interested in pursuing the same amount artifact containing his father's chi.
* PaperFanOfDoom: Zhongli Quan's symbol is a fan.
%%* PinkMeansFeminine: He Xiangu.
* PoweredArmor: The Armor
of effort the Gods. It's an ancient armor that the Immortals used in their battles against the Demon Sorcerers, and one of the few remaining relics left behind by them. When worn, it [[AdaptiveArmor adjusts to dispatch.the wielder's physique]] and enhances [[InASingleBound their]] [[SuperStrength physical]] [[SuperToughness abilities]].
* FlechetteStorm: Sometimes they do this with their shuriken.
* HighlyVisibleNinja: Averted. While they usually face the heroes face-to-face,
PrecursorHeroes: Similar to Lo Pei, they are actually very good at being stealthy and unseen in spite of their numbers.
* HumanoidAbomination: They're
famous heroes who defeated the most human-like Demon Sorcerers in appearance, besides the blue skin and red eyes.
past.
* JackOfAllStats: When compared to the other Shadowkhan, they appear to be the most versatile.
* KnifeNut:
{{Public Domain Character}}s: They can summon are figures from UsefulNotes/{{Taoism}}. They were originally mortal humans who achieved {{Immortality}} and various weapons, but other magical powers through various means, usually as rewards after being tested by a Taoist sage [[Creator/{{Laozi}} Lao Tzu]] or another immortal.
%%* PurpleIsPowerful: Lü Dongbin's clothes are purple and black.
%%* RedIsHeroic: Zhang Guolao has red in his clothes.
%%* RedHeadedHero: Zhongli Quan.
* TheVoiceless: They never speak in the flashbacks
they mostly use throwing stars.
* McNinja: Subverted. They initially seem like this, as ninjas
are Japanese and Shendu is ''Chinese''. Eventually it's shown.
* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: It's never
revealed that Shendu merely possessed what happened to them after they sealed the mask that grants control over them.
* {{Ninja}}: They run and [[InASingleBound jump around]], use martial arts, and throw shuriken.
* NotQuiteFlight: They
Demon Sorcerers away. [[WildMassGuessing For all we know]], they might have in their suits capes which been [[PosthumousCharacter destroyed]] or they can use for gliding.
* SmokeOut: They sometimes disappear by using smoke bombs.
* WallCrawl: They're shown to be able to do this without any visible tools for that purpose.

!!!Razor Khan
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AscendedToAHigherPlaneOfExistence.
%%* YouGottaHaveBlueHair: He Xiangu. Cao Guojiu has purple hair.

!!Chi Master Fong
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These Shadowkhan attack with sharp blade-like claws. They are summoned by Ratso with an Oni Mask.[[caption-width-right:320:This is all we see about him.]]
A deceased Chinese mystic who taught Uncle magic for 15 years. Somewhere along the line, Daolon Wong [[NeverSayDie "defeated"]] him.



* AbsurdlySharpBlade [[AbsurdlySharpClaws Claws]] / WolverineClaws
%%* AudibleSharpness
* FragileSpeedster: They seem to be the fastest type of Shadowkhan.
* KnifeNut: They have Freddy Krueger-like knife-gloved hands.
%%* MonstrousHumanoid
* NoodlePeople: While it's not exaggerated, their torso, head and limbs are thin. A special mention goes to their legs: they have pointed blades as their legs.
* WallCrawl: They can do this thanks to the blades their limbs consist of.

!!!Bat Khan
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Flying Shadowkhan. They are summoned by Scruffy the dog, who somehow got an Oni Mask on his face.

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* AbsurdlySharpBlade [[AbsurdlySharpClaws Claws]] / WolverineClaws
%%* AudibleSharpness
BlueIsHeroic: His figurine wears a blue robe.
* FragileSpeedster: They seem TheGhost: We don't get to be see a flashback of him or to hear his voice, but in "The Good, the fastest type Bad, the Blind, the Deaf and the Mute", we see on a shrine dedicated to his memory a statue and a small figurine of Shadowkhan.him.
%%* HermitGuru:
* {{Leitmotif}}: He has one in "The Good, the Bad, the Blind, the Deaf and the Mute", when he "spirit communicates". It's a slow and quiet flute tone.
* TheMentor: He taught Uncle all his magic.
* OldMaster: Similar to Uncle, he was an old and wise chi sage who taught Uncle. [[MasterApprenticeChain What Uncle is to Tohru, Fong was to Uncle.]]
* OurGhostsAreDifferent: In "The Good, the Bad, the Blind, the Deaf and the Mute", his spirit guides Uncle and his family. He doesn't appear as a "physical spirit", but instead he gives signs through forces of nature (like how [[Disney/TheLionKingIISimbasPride Mufasa did with Rafiki]]). It should be noted that [[MeaningfulName Fong can literally mean "wind"]] in Chinese.
* PosthumousCharacter: All we know about him comes from what Uncle and Wong say about him.

* KnifeNut: They have Freddy Krueger-like knife-gloved hands.
%%* MonstrousHumanoid
* NoodlePeople: While it's not exaggerated, their torso, head
ShrineToTheFallen: He has a shrine and limbs are thin. A special mention goes a statue to their legs: they have pointed blades as their legs.
his memory somewhere in South China.
* WallCrawl: They can do this thanks SpiritAdvisor: He appears to the blades their limbs consist of.

!!!Bat Khan
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Uncle in various abstract forms to provide guidance.

!!Super Moose
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Flying Shadowkhan. They are summoned by Scruffy
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-->'''Voiced by:''' Creator/ClancyBrown

An anthropomorphic moose superhero. Normally a fictitious character, unless Jade uses
the dog, who somehow got an Oni Mask on his face.Rat Talisman to bring a stuffed doll of him to life.



* AirborneMook: They are the only Shadowkhan type which can fly.
* BatOutOfHell: They have bat-like wings and their body resembles that of a bat.
* EnergyBall: They can create these from shadow energy.
* LeotardOfPower: That's the closest thing their outfits could be called.

!!!Sumo Khan
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Large and strong Shadowkhan. They are summoned by Captain Black with an Oni Mask.
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* BossInMookClothing: They're abnormally strong, and [[NoSell completely immune to normal attacks]]. The only way to defeat them is with the Talismans.
* FingerPokeOfDoom: Just a fillip is enough to send Hak Foo flying through a wall.
* GiantMook: The largest type of Shadowkhan, after a fully grown Leech Khan.
* HumanoidAbomination: They don't look much different from Tohru. But their necks are more crouched.
* MightyGlacier: As stated above, they're strong and resilient. But they move slowly, and only by traveling through shadows they can move quickly.
* PromotionToOpeningTitles: In the 4th season opening, one serves as the character who's punched by Jackie.
%%* SleevesAreForWimps
* SuperStrength: The Ox Talisman is needed to match them.
* SuperToughness: The Talismans are required to destroy them.
%%* WrestlerInAllOfUs

!!!Samurai Khan
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Ikazuki's henchmen, who are ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin. They are summoned by the reanimated Ikazuki Mask, while he was placed on Finn's butt.
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* AbsurdlySharpBlade: Their shadow katanas.
* ArmorIsUseless: See the FakeUltimateMook below.
* CoolHelmet: That too comes from being a samurai.
%%* EverythingsBetterWithSamurai:
* FakeUltimateMook: They're big, heavily armored samurai that wield shadow swords able to cut through anything, yet in the end they're just as easily defeated as the Ninja-Khan (or even easier). The fact that they're [[ButtMonkey Ikazuki's]] Shadowkhan is a justification.
* GlassCannon: Turns out that despite their armor, they're not that difficult to dissipate.
%%* HeavilyArmoredMook
* HumanoidAbomination: Besides being quite tall and having red eyes and blue hands, they're quite human-looking.

!!!Squid Khan
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Slimy tentacled monsters who can "stretch like taffy". They are summoned by [[spoiler:Paco]] with an Oni Mask.
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* CombatTentacles: Naturally, being squid monsters and all.
* EldritchAbomination: The Squid Khan are the only kind of Shadowkhan whose face we see, which turn out to be that of a hideous demonic-looking Cthulian monster.
* EverythingsSquishierWithCephalopods
* ExtraEyes: They have seven little round eyes.
* TentacleRope: Their squid tentacles can be used for restraint.
* TooManyMouths: They seem to have another mouth ''on top of their head''!

!!!Crab Khan
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They have large crab-like pincers in their right arms, and large scorpion-like stabbing claws in their left arms. They were temporarily split in half, because their Oni Mask was also split in half. They're summoned by Valmont and Jade with the two halves of the mask.
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* HalfTheManHeUsedToBe: Valmont and Jade each end up wearing half an Oni Mask, so when they summon their Crab Khan, they each end up getting the left and right halves of each mook. But Valmont's Shadowkhan retain the heads, while Jade's don't.
* HybridMonster: Like stated above, one of their arm has a crab-like pincers, and the other has a scorpion-like stabbing claw.
* LightningBruiser: When they are whole, they come off as strong, fast and durable.
%%* MonstrousHumanoid
%%* PowerPincers
* WhoNeedsTheirWholeBody: Played with. The left half-Shadowkhan (the ones who retained the heads) are able to fight somewhat effectively. The headless right half-Shadowkhan can barely get anything done.

!!!Leech Khan
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They start out very small and pathetic, but they grow larger every time they eat a human's shadow (which incapacitates the victim). They are summoned by Hak Foo with an Oni Mask.
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* AdorableEvilMinions: Really tiny Shadowkhan who look like plushies.
* AttackOfThe50FootWhatever: The largest we see grows taller than most of the buildings of San Francisco.
* CastsNoShadow: When they have eaten a person's shadow, the victim literally casts no shadow, as seen with Tohru and Chow.
* EldritchAbomination: Along with the Squid Khan, they look very monstrous and unearthly compared to the other Shadowkhan.
* EyelessFace: They're the only Shadowkhan type that doesn't seem to have eyes.
* FourLeggedInsect: When they grow in size, they are revealed to have four legs. Try to imagine a leech with four legs at its lower body, and you have it.
* GiantMook: Eventually, they can grow really huge.
* HeartIsAnAwesomePower: They're not ninja warriors like the others, so they can't beat up enemies in a straight forward manner. However, they grow stronger with every shadow they consume.
* KillerRabbit: Because of how small they are, the Leech Khan are mistaken for harmless at first.
* MagikarpPower: The Leech Khan start off too weak to fight at all. If they manage to feed enough though, they can become the size of buildings.
* MiniMook: The Leech Khan start out very tiny.
* MiracleGroMonster: They grow by eating shadows of living creatures.
%%* MoreTeethThanTheOsmondFamily:
* WallCrawl: At least the smaller ones can do this.

!!!Mantis Khan
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Four-legged creatures with blade-like arms. [[spoiler:Nobody gets to wear their Oni Mask, but they appear briefly after their Oni General is freed.]]
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* AnimalisticAbomination: They resemble mantises after all.
%%* FourLeggedInsect
* OurCentaursAreDifferent: You might describe them as "mantis centaurs".
* SlayingMantis: Their blades resemble those a mantis would have.
* WeHardlyKnewYe: Of all the Shadowkhan, they get the least amount of screen time, because [[spoiler:no one gets a chance to wear their general's mask before it's destroyed]].

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* AirborneMook: They are ActionHero: His first solution to problems is action.
* AnimalSuperhero: SUPER MOOSE!
* AnimateInanimateObject: Thanks to
the only Shadowkhan type which can fly.
Rat Talisman, he becomes a [[LivingToys living toy]].
* BatOutOfHell: They have bat-like wings and their body resembles that of {{Badass}}: For a bat.
toy, he's surprisingly effective.
* EnergyBall: They can create these from shadow energy.
BadassAdorable: A crime-fighting stuffed animal.
* LeotardOfPower: That's BigDamnHeroes: He has saved people in every episode he appears in. Nobody except Jade ever expects him.
* CatchPhrase:
** "Da-da-da-da-da-da, ANTLER ACTION!"
** "Evil on
the closest thing their outfits could be called.

!!!Sumo Khan
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Large and strong Shadowkhan. They are summoned by Captain Black
loose, you do not want to mess with an Oni Mask.
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Super Moose!"
* BossInMookClothing: They're abnormally strong, and [[NoSell completely immune to normal attacks]]. The only way to defeat them is CuteBruiser: He charges into battle with the Talismans.
ANTLER ACTION!
* FingerPokeOfDoom: Just NonHumanSidekick: At least twice he has acted as a fillip is enough to send Hak Foo flying through a wall.
sidekick for Jade.
* GiantMook: The largest type of Shadowkhan, after a fully grown Leech Khan.
* HumanoidAbomination: They don't look much different from Tohru. But their necks are more crouched.
* MightyGlacier: As stated above, they're strong and resilient. But they move slowly, and only by traveling through shadows they
TheNoseKnows: Like Daolon Wong's Dark Chi Warriors, he can move quickly.
* PromotionToOpeningTitles: In the 4th season opening, one serves as the character who's punched by Jackie.
%%* SleevesAreForWimps
* SuperStrength: The Ox
smell Talisman is needed to match them.
magic.
* SuperToughness: The Talismans are required to destroy them.
%%* WrestlerInAllOfUs

!!!Samurai Khan
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Ikazuki's henchmen, who are ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin. They are summoned by the reanimated Ikazuki Mask, while he was placed on Finn's butt.
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* AbsurdlySharpBlade: Their shadow katanas.
* ArmorIsUseless: See the FakeUltimateMook below.
* CoolHelmet: That too comes from being a samurai.
%%* EverythingsBetterWithSamurai:
* FakeUltimateMook: They're big, heavily armored samurai that wield shadow swords able to cut through anything, yet in the end they're just as easily
PintSizedPowerhouse: He once defeated as Hak Foo, who was a Dark Chi Warrior at the Ninja-Khan (or even easier). The fact that they're [[ButtMonkey Ikazuki's]] Shadowkhan is a justification.
time.
* GlassCannon: Turns out that despite their armor, they're not that difficult to dissipate.
%%* HeavilyArmoredMook
* HumanoidAbomination: Besides being quite tall and having red eyes and blue hands, they're quite human-looking.

!!!Squid Khan
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Slimy tentacled monsters who can "stretch
SuperheroesWearCapes: A moose looks like taffy". They are summoned by [[spoiler:Paco]] with an Oni Mask.
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* CombatTentacles: Naturally, being squid monsters and all.
* EldritchAbomination: The Squid Khan are the only kind of Shadowkhan whose face we see, which turn out to be that of
a hideous demonic-looking Cthulian monster.
* EverythingsSquishierWithCephalopods
* ExtraEyes: They have seven little round eyes.
* TentacleRope: Their squid tentacles can be used for restraint.
* TooManyMouths: They seem to have another mouth ''on top of their head''!

!!!Crab Khan
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They have large crab-like pincers in their right arms, and large scorpion-like stabbing claws in their left arms. They were temporarily split in half,
superhero because their Oni Mask was also split in half. They're summoned by Valmont and Jade with the two halves of the mask.
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* HalfTheManHeUsedToBe: Valmont and Jade each end up wearing half an Oni Mask, so when they summon their Crab Khan, they each end up getting the left and right halves of each mook. But Valmont's Shadowkhan retain the heads, while Jade's don't.
* HybridMonster: Like stated above, one of their arm has a crab-like pincers, and the other has a scorpion-like stabbing claw.
* LightningBruiser: When they are whole, they come off as strong, fast and durable.
%%* MonstrousHumanoid
%%* PowerPincers
* WhoNeedsTheirWholeBody: Played with. The left half-Shadowkhan (the ones who retained the heads) are able to fight somewhat effectively. The headless right half-Shadowkhan can barely get anything done.

!!!Leech Khan
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They start out very small and pathetic, but they grow larger every time they eat a human's shadow (which incapacitates the victim). They are summoned by Hak Foo with an Oni Mask.
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* AdorableEvilMinions: Really tiny Shadowkhan who look like plushies.
* AttackOfThe50FootWhatever: The largest we see grows taller than most of the buildings of San Francisco.
* CastsNoShadow: When they have eaten a person's shadow, the victim literally casts no shadow, as seen with Tohru and Chow.
* EldritchAbomination: Along with the Squid Khan, they look very monstrous and unearthly compared to the other Shadowkhan.
* EyelessFace: They're the only Shadowkhan type that doesn't seem to have eyes.
* FourLeggedInsect: When they grow in size, they are revealed to have four legs. Try to imagine a leech with four legs at its lower body, and you have it.
* GiantMook: Eventually, they can grow really huge.
* HeartIsAnAwesomePower: They're not ninja warriors like the others, so they can't beat up enemies in a straight forward manner. However, they grow stronger with every shadow they consume.
* KillerRabbit: Because of how small they are, the Leech Khan are mistaken for harmless at first.
* MagikarpPower: The Leech Khan start off too weak to fight at all. If they manage to feed enough though, they can become the size of buildings.
* MiniMook: The Leech Khan start out very tiny.
* MiracleGroMonster: They grow by eating shadows of living creatures.
%%* MoreTeethThanTheOsmondFamily:
* WallCrawl: At least the smaller ones can do this.

!!!Mantis Khan
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Four-legged creatures with blade-like arms. [[spoiler:Nobody gets to wear their Oni Mask, but they appear briefly after their Oni General is freed.]]
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* AnimalisticAbomination: They resemble mantises after all.
%%* FourLeggedInsect
* OurCentaursAreDifferent: You might describe them as "mantis centaurs".
* SlayingMantis: Their blades resemble those a mantis would have.
* WeHardlyKnewYe: Of all the Shadowkhan, they get the least amount of screen time, because [[spoiler:no one gets a chance to wear their general's mask before it's destroyed]].
his cape!




[[folder:The Ice Gang]]
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[[caption-width-right:400:Now they include street gangs, eh? From left to right: MC Cobra, Strikemaster Ice and DJ Fist.]]
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[[caption-width-right:400:Now they're GreenAndMean. From left to right: DJ Fist, Strikemaster Ice and MC Cobra.]]
Drago's henchmen. They consist of Strikemaster Ice, MC Cobra, and DJ Fist. Originally a pizza boy, Ice joined a Shaolin-like monastery where he learned martial arts and met his boys Fist and Cobra. After they were kicked out of the monastery for bad behavior, the Ice Gang sought revenge but were stopped by Jackie and the Enforcers. They were later recruited by Drago and changed them into his dragon henchmen.
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* {{Arrogant Kung Fu Guy}}s: Awesome skills at martial arts used for greedy criminal activities? They're possibly even more petty than Hak Foo.
* {{Badass}}es: They have proven to be more of a match for Jackie than the Enforcers (excluding Hak Foo) ever were. They still bumble around quite a bit, however.
* {{Badass Normal}}s: They received from {{warrior monk}}s martial arts training that allows them to fare well against Jackie.
* [[BastardUnderstudy Bastard Understudies]]: All three to Drago, when they think they had the upper hand after Drago loses his Fire Demon powers.
* BigThinShortTrio: Fist, Cobra and Ice, respectively.
* BroughtDownToNormal: They spend a good deal of the last season being powered up, but lose all their powers when [[spoiler:Drago is banished to the Netherworld]].
* [[CrouchingMoronHiddenBadass Crouching Morons, Hidden Badasses]]: All three look and act like stereotypical street gang boys, but they're more of a creditable threat than the Enforcers.
* {{Deceptive Disciple}}s: They were taught martial arts by {{warrior monk}}s, but refused to follow the way of peace.
* {{Draconic Humanoid}}s: They become this after Drago gives them a piece of his Fire Demon power.
* EasilyForgiven: After their betrayal, their attempt to regain [[spoiler:[[OneWingedAngel the Demon Chi empowered]]]] Drago's favor is eventually accepted.
* {{Empowered Badass Normal}}s: For the duration of their service to Drago, they received some of his Fire Demon chi (and in the finale, the chis of three other demons).
* EvilerThanThou: Towards Finn, Ratso, and Chow. They are just as greedy and comical as them, but more arrogant, violent and competent. [[{{Foreshadowing}} It's no wonder that the Ice Gang replaced the Enforcers as Drago's henchmen]].
* {{Genius Bruiser}}s: Cobra and Fist have proven themselves to be adept with technology.
** In "Clash Of The Titanics", they managed to build a fully functional submarine out of broken cars in their junkyard hideout.
** In "Stealing Thunder", they do various mechanical decorations in their new tower hideout (the Space Needle of Seattle).
** It's possible that they also built the monster trucks and tasers used to kidnap Jackie, Uncle, and Captain Black in the second to last episode.
* IFightForTheStrongestSide: That's the reason they decide to make amends with [[spoiler:[[OneWingedAngel the Demon Chi empowered]]]] Drago after their betrayal.
* {{Kiai}}: While fighting, they exclaim a lot of cliched martial art cries.
* {{Leitmotif}}: Their theme is a quick rock tempo.
* ManChild: The Ice Gang all act like overgrown teenagers, although they do seem to be younger than the Enforcers.
* NeverMyFault: Like the Enforcers, they're not willing to accept responsibility for their failures.
%%* {{Only Known by Their Nickname}}s
* PromotionToOpeningTitles: They obtain it at Season 5 as the villains receiving Jackie's punch.
* RedEyesTakeWarning: Their irises become red when they're turned to {{Draconic Humanoid}}s.
* ReplacementMooks: They take the Enforcers' place as the henchmen of the ongoing season.
* SpikyHair: They all have this in their human forms to accentuate their rebellious street gang imago.
* TerribleTrio: Though a more competent trio than the Enforcers ever were.
* VillainExitStageLeft: Subverted during the GrandFinale: after [[spoiler:Drago has been banished]] and the Ice Gang turn back into humans, they attempt to sneak away, only to be stopped by El Toro and Paco.

!!Strikemaster Ice
--> ''Let me demonstrate how this [[PowerCrystal little hunk of ice]] is gonna let Strikemaster Ice go back to the monastery and bring down the HOUSE!''

-->'''Voiced by:''' Mike Erwin

The leader of the trio.
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* BlondesAreEvil: Strikemaster Ice has blonde hair in his human form.
* TheDragon: Both figuratively and literally to Drago.
* DishingOutDirt: In the GrandFinale, Drago gives him the chi of Dai Gui the Earth Demon.
* IronicNickname: Strikemaster '''Ice''' is given the ability to breathe '''fire'''.
* JiveTurkey / TotallyRadical: He speaks with a lot of cliched urban slang.
* PlayingWithFire: He gets this power from Drago.
* SneezeOfDoom: In "Black & White & Chi All Over", he's revealed to be allergic to flowers. This causes him to repeteadly sneeze fire blasts during the fight at the flower shop.
* UngratefulBastard: In his debut episode, a flashback shows him to have been slightly out of shape when he was just a pizza boy. He repaid his martial arts training by refusing to follow the way of peace and kicking the monk announcing it.
* WouldHitAGirl: He takes down the two females of Drago's possible recruits.
%%* YouthfulFreckles:

!!MC Cobra

-->'''Voiced by:''' Jeff Fischer

Ice's right-hand man.
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* BlowYouAway: In the GrandFinale, Drago gives him the chi of Xiao Fung the Wind Demon.
* JiveTurkey / TotallyRadical: He speaks with a lot of cliched urban slang.
* SuperSpeed: He gets this power from Drago. He could almost rival the Rabbit Talisman.
* TheVoiceless: In his first three appearances, he didn't speak at all. Afterwards, it's subverted.
* YouGottaHaveBlueHair: The dark hair of his human form has a purplish tint in it.

!!DJ Fist
The silent strongman of the group.
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* TheBrute: "The silent strongman of the group."
%%* MartialArtsHeadband:
* ShockAndAwe: In the GrandFinale, Drago gives him the chi of Tchang Zu the Thunder Demon.
* SuperStrength: He gets this power from Drago. He can punch Tohru through a room.
* TheVoiceless: His pained exclamations are all the sounds we ever hear coming from his mouth. Once he whispered something to Ice's ear without us hearing what he said.
--> '''Jackie:''' [[LampshadeHanging You don't talk much, do you?]]
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Magical Heroes]]
!!Lo Pei
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[[caption-width-right:320:[[LongDeadBadass He sure means business]].]]
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[[caption-width-right:320:And so does his copy.]]
--> ''I must once again safeguard these, lest they fall into the hands of the Ultimate Evil.''

-->'''Voiced by:''' David Carradine

A sacred warrior of the Ling Dynasty. Nine hundred years ago, he led the uprising against Shendu, turning the demon into a statue and taking away his powers in the form of the Talismans. He's been long dead, but one episode features a terracotta statue of him. The Rat Talisman is used on the statue, bringing [[LivingStatue live to it]]. The statue has original Lo Pei's personality and powers. In the end of the episode, he's turned back into a statue.
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* {{Badass}}: He is a wise and mighty chi wizard who not only overthrow Shendu at the height of his power, but his reanimated copy defeated both Jackie and Tohru.
%%* BadassBaritone
%%* BadassBeard
* BadassGrandpa: A wise old chi sage, similar to Uncle.
%%*BadassMustache
* BigGood: He's the one who turned Shendu into a statue and scattered his Talismans to the four corners of the Earth. [[spoiler: The same spell he used to accomplish that is reused on Shendu during the 3rd season.]]
* CallingYourAttacks: When he performs scroll magic, he shouts the scroll's title.
* CassandraTruth: His copy refuses to believe he's a statue, until he sees a poster depicting him in his statue form.
* FamousLastWords: "Goodbye pal."
* FishOutOfWater: A Ling dynasty warrior in modern times? You figure.
* GoodIsNotNice: While he is dedicated to keep the Talismans from evil hands, he has no qualms about causing collateral damage or (non-lethally) disposing of people who seem to threaten him.
* GoodLuckGesture: Jade teaches him a thumbs up gesture as a sign of friendship. [[spoiler:After he's turned back to a liveless terracotta, his right hand is left in this gesture.]]
* {{Irony}}: Valmont [[LampshadeHanging comments]] how life coming to the statue that portrays the man who turned Shendu into a statue is this.
* KungFuWizard: He easily takes down Jackie and Tohru with martial arts.
%%* LongDeadBadass:
* MadeOfIron: When Tohru squashes him under a taxi, he survives uninjured. Jade suggests this to be because he's a LivingStatue.
%%* NiceHat
* OccultBlueEyes: He has dark blue eyes, which is an unusual trait for an Asian, so it could be due to his magic.
* PaperTalisman: His magic is performed through scrolls. The ones he's shown using can be used to [[PowerFloats levitate]], petrify opponents and [[KiAttacks energy blasting]].
* PosthumousCharacter: The real Lo Pei has long been dead, but the living terracotta has his personality.
* PrecursorHero: Before all the business with Section 13 and the Chan Clan, there was this guy overthrowing Shendu.
* YouShallNotPass: He stays behind to fight the Shadowkhan, allowing Jackie and Jade to escape with the Talismans. When they are at a safe distance, he throws the Rat Talisman to them, letting himself to become a statue again.
* WarriorPoet: He constantly utters nature-inspired analogies to poetically and abstractly describe or muse upon his situations.
--> "As the dandelion scatters its seeds to the four winds, so did I scatter the Talismans to the four corners of the earth."
* WouldntHurtAChild: He's briefly tricked by the Enforcers to think they are his [[PaperThinDisguise fellow Ling warriors]], until they grab Jade.
--> "A sacred warrior would never harm a child. You are impostors!"

!![[Myth/ChineseMythology The Eight Immortals]]
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[[caption-width-right:320:From left to right: Zhang Guolao, Lü Dongbin, Li Tieguai, Lan Caihe, Han Xiangzi, Cao Guojiu, Zhongli Quan & He Xiangu.]]
Eight legendary heroes of ancient China. They are the ones who originally banished Shendu and his siblings to the Demon Netherworld and locked their portals with the Pan'Ku Box. However, the artifacts they used to do this (their symbols) were tainted with the demons' chi.
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* ArtifactOfDoom: The artifacts they used to seal the Demon Sorcerors (their symbols) absorbed some of the respective demon's chi. Anyone who absorbs a Demon Chi will gain the powers of the respective Demon Sorcerer, but the chi will also [[BodyHorror mutate the person's body, making it look like the Demon Sorcerer]], and [[TheCorruption the demon's evil nature slowly corrupts the person's mind]]. And the changes will supposedly be permanent if the chi is not removed in time.
%%* BadassBeard: All except Lü Dongbin, Lan Caihe and He Xiangu.
* BadassGrandpa: All of them except [[TheSmurfettePrinciple He]] [[NeverMessWithGranny Xiangu]] were very old when they defeated their respective Demon Sorcerer. It takes a while to be as good as they were, you know?
%%* BadassMustache: Zhang Guolao, Li Tieguai, Lan Caihe and Cao Guojiu.
%%* BaldOfAwesome: Lü Dongbin and Li Tieguai.
* {{Big Good}}s: It is through their heroics and legacy that the Chan Clan is able to fight Shendu's siblings.
%%* BlueIsHeroic: Han Xiangzi and Zhongli Quan.
%%* EyesAlwaysShut: Except He Xiangu, they're never shown with opened eyes.
* FlowerMotifs: He Xiangu's symbol is a lotus pod, Lan Caihe's symbol is an unidentified flower, and Li Tieguai's symbol is a gourd.
* HandicappedBadass: Li Tieguai is shown to have a bad leg. [[AllThereInTheManual When he became an immortal, his soul was transferred into a maimed beggar's body]].
* HeroesPreferSwords: This is a downplayed trope. Only Lü Dongbin's symbol is a sword.
* LadyOfWar: He Xiangu is an immortal chi sage in an [[KickingAssInAllHerFinery elegant dress]].
* MagicMusic: Zhang Guolao's symbol is a drum, Cao Guojiu's symbol is a pair of castanets, and Han Xiangzi's symbol is [[MagicalFlutist a flute]].
%%* MonochromaticEyes: He Xiangu
%%* NiceHat: Han Xiangzi and Zhongli Quan.
* NoodleIncident: The Fire Demon Chi is never discussed. Since Drago already had the fire powers inherited from his father, it's natural he would not be interested in pursuing the artifact containing his father's chi.
* PaperFanOfDoom: Zhongli Quan's symbol is a fan.
%%* PinkMeansFeminine: He Xiangu.
* PoweredArmor: The Armor of the Gods. It's an ancient armor that the Immortals used in their battles against the Demon Sorcerers, and one of the few remaining relics left behind by them. When worn, it [[AdaptiveArmor adjusts to the wielder's physique]] and enhances [[InASingleBound their]] [[SuperStrength physical]] [[SuperToughness abilities]].
* PrecursorHeroes: Similar to Lo Pei, they are famous heroes who defeated the Demon Sorcerers in the past.
* {{Public Domain Character}}s: They are figures from UsefulNotes/{{Taoism}}. They were originally mortal humans who achieved {{Immortality}} and various other magical powers through various means, usually as rewards after being tested by a Taoist sage [[Creator/{{Laozi}} Lao Tzu]] or another immortal.
%%* PurpleIsPowerful: Lü Dongbin's clothes are purple and black.
%%* RedIsHeroic: Zhang Guolao has red in his clothes.
%%* RedHeadedHero: Zhongli Quan.
* TheVoiceless: They never speak in the flashbacks they are shown.
* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: It's never revealed what happened to them after they sealed the Demon Sorcerers away. [[WildMassGuessing For all we know]], they might have been [[PosthumousCharacter destroyed]] or they AscendedToAHigherPlaneOfExistence.
%%* YouGottaHaveBlueHair: He Xiangu. Cao Guojiu has purple hair.

!!Chi Master Fong
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[[caption-width-right:320:This is all we see about him.]]
A deceased Chinese mystic who taught Uncle magic for 15 years. Somewhere along the line, Daolon Wong [[NeverSayDie "defeated"]] him.
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%%* BlueIsHeroic: His figurine wears a blue robe.
* TheGhost: We don't get to see a flashback of him or to hear his voice, but in "The Good, the Bad, the Blind, the Deaf and the Mute", we see on a shrine dedicated to his memory a statue and a small figurine of him.
%%* HermitGuru:
* {{Leitmotif}}: He has one in "The Good, the Bad, the Blind, the Deaf and the Mute", when he "spirit communicates". It's a slow and quiet flute tone.
* TheMentor: He taught Uncle all his magic.
* OldMaster: Similar to Uncle, he was an old and wise chi sage who taught Uncle. [[MasterApprenticeChain What Uncle is to Tohru, Fong was to Uncle.]]
* OurGhostsAreDifferent: In "The Good, the Bad, the Blind, the Deaf and the Mute", his spirit guides Uncle and his family. He doesn't appear as a "physical spirit", but instead he gives signs through forces of nature (like how [[Disney/TheLionKingIISimbasPride Mufasa did with Rafiki]]). It should be noted that [[MeaningfulName Fong can literally mean "wind"]] in Chinese.
* PosthumousCharacter: All we know about him comes from what Uncle and Wong say about him.
* ShrineToTheFallen: He has a shrine and a statue to his memory somewhere in South China.
* SpiritAdvisor: He appears to Uncle in various abstract forms to provide guidance.

!!Super Moose
[[quoteright:268:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/70c767bb935f4c4c451674d1ccfb5c12.jpg]]

-->'''Voiced by:''' Creator/ClancyBrown

An anthropomorphic moose superhero. Normally a fictitious character, unless Jade uses the Rat Talisman to bring a stuffed doll of him to life.
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* ActionHero: His first solution to problems is action.
* AnimalSuperhero: SUPER MOOSE!
* AnimateInanimateObject: Thanks to the Rat Talisman, he becomes a [[LivingToys living toy]].
* {{Badass}}: For a toy, he's surprisingly effective.
* BadassAdorable: A crime-fighting stuffed animal.
* BigDamnHeroes: He has saved people in every episode he appears in. Nobody except Jade ever expects him.
* CatchPhrase:
** "Da-da-da-da-da-da, ANTLER ACTION!"
** "Evil on the loose, you do not want to mess with Super Moose!"
* CuteBruiser: He charges into battle with ANTLER ACTION!
* NonHumanSidekick: At least twice he has acted as a sidekick for Jade.
* TheNoseKnows: Like Daolon Wong's Dark Chi Warriors, he can smell Talisman magic.
* PintSizedPowerhouse: He once defeated Hak Foo, who was a Dark Chi Warrior at the time.
* SuperheroesWearCapes: A moose looks like a superhero because of his cape!
[[/folder]]
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