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14th Oct '16 3:09:17 PM AHI-3000
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** The full extent of their non-supernatural criminal activity is unknown, but is likely quite unsettling. Way back in the Season 1 premiere, Captain Black described them as [[TheSyndicate an international criminal organization]] that was connected to every form of crime. Not to mention that in one episode of Season 2, Valmont and the Enforcers were sentenced to ''50 years'' in Hollowlands Maximum Security Prison.

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** [[OffstageVillainy The full extent extent]] of their non-supernatural criminal activity is unknown, but is likely quite unsettling. Way back in the Season 1 premiere, Captain Black described them as [[TheSyndicate an international criminal organization]] that was connected to every form of crime. Not to mention that in one episode of Season 2, Valmont and the Enforcers were sentenced to ''50 years'' in Hollowlands Maximum Security Prison.
14th Oct '16 1:40:47 PM AHI-3000
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* The [[RealityWritingBook Book of Ages]], the most obscenely powerful artifact on the show, is also the most mysterious. We have no idea who created it, or why it can allow anyone to [[RewritingReality change any event from history]], as if they were vandalizing a wiki article. Even Shendu's siblings, a family of divine demons, are initially afraid of abusing it.

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* The [[RealityWritingBook Book of Ages]], the [[StoryBreakerPower most obscenely powerful artifact artifact]] on the show, is also the most mysterious. mysterious one. We have absolutely no idea who created it, or why just ''why'' it can allow anyone ''anyone'' to [[RewritingReality change any event from in history]], as if they were vandalizing a wiki article. article.
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Even Shendu's siblings, a family of divine demons, are were initially afraid of abusing it.it, considering any [[ButterflyOfDoom potential calamity it may cause]]. It's quite fortunate that after Shendu rewrites it and Jade later reverses the changes, that [[ForgottenPhlebotinum nobody seems to remember about it]].
14th Oct '16 10:59:05 AM AHI-3000
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* The Dark Hand. For most of the series, they're depicted as a [[LaughablyEvil comically]] [[IneffectualSympatheticVillain incompetent]] [[TheFamilyForTheWholeFamily gang]] who have constantly failed to steal magic treasures for their {{evil sorcerer}} clients. But still, they've always [[NotSoHarmlessVillain tried (though failed) to use lethal force against the heroes]] ([[WouldHurtAChild including Jade and Paco]]). This should make anyone think more about their overall malice...
** The full extent of their non-supernatural criminal activity is unknown, but is likely quite unsettling. Way back in the Season 1 premiere, Captain Black described them as [[TheSyndicate an international criminal organization]] that was connected to every form of crime. Not to mention that in one episode of Season 2, Valmont and the Enforcers were sentenced to ''50 years'' in Hollowlands Maximum Security Prison.
*** This could imply that Valmont and his associates were involved with some truly shady or despicable crimes such as gambling, prostitution, murder, arms/drug/human trafficking, etc. Because this was a kids' show that was subjected to censorship, we'll never really know what they did.
* If Jade wasn't there to warn Jackie about him walking to his doom, and if Jackie hadn't woken up in time to stop himself from falling off a building in "Project A for Astral", the results could've been disastrous.
** Most of "Project A for Astral" is FridgeHorror. Imagine your astral form being free and having a demon take possession of your body, making you stuck in astral form as long as ''your'' body is being inhabited. Not only that, but no one would be able to see or hear you; you can only appear in someone's dreams to get help, and who knows if that certain someone can remember anything in their dream when they wake up.



* When Jade and Tohru are given [[spoiler:Tarakudo's [[MarkOfTheBeast Mark]]]] as a tattoo, their skin turns blue and eyes red, just like the Shadowkhan. The Fridge Horror kicks in when you realize that most / all tribes of Shadowkhan might well be humans and other lifeforms who were ''also'' given this tattoo, meaning all the Shadowkhan are actually victims of TheCorruption and ''slaves''.

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* When Jade and Tohru are given [[spoiler:Tarakudo's [[MarkOfTheBeast Mark]]]] as a tattoo, their skin turns blue and eyes red, just like The [[RealityWritingBook Book of Ages]], the Shadowkhan. The Fridge Horror kicks in when you realize that most / all tribes of Shadowkhan might well be humans and other lifeforms obscenely powerful artifact on the show, is also the most mysterious. We have no idea who created it, or why it can allow anyone to [[RewritingReality change any event from history]], as if they were ''also'' given this tattoo, meaning all the Shadowkhan vandalizing a wiki article. Even Shendu's siblings, a family of divine demons, are actually victims initially afraid of TheCorruption and ''slaves''.abusing it.



** If the original Warriors were [[WasOnceAMan once humans]], would the Enforcers have eventually become as [[EmptyShell silent and emotionless]] as them, if they had never been freed by Uncle?
* In "Attack of the J-Clones", an evil wizard - who is never seen again - creates magical duplicates of the five members of the J-Team. These magical duplicates are flawed, but they are also morally good just like the originals. The evil wizard brainwashes the J-Clones into being evil, but in the end of the episode they are turned back to the side of good and fight alongside the J-Team originals. But after this, they are never heard of again. What happened to them?
* In "The Powers That Be (Part 2)", Drago and the Ice Crew are crushing Section 13's forces with Drago [[spoiler:having all eight demon powers joined as one]]. During Drago's destruction of San Francisco, there were no visible on-screen deaths, but what about the (very likely) possibility that many people died off-screen?

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** If the original Warriors were [[WasOnceAMan once humans]], would the Enforcers have eventually become just as [[EmptyShell silent and emotionless]] as them, if they had never been freed by Uncle?
* In "Attack of the J-Clones", an evil wizard - who is never seen again - creates magical duplicates of the five members of the J-Team. These magical duplicates are flawed, but they are also morally good just like the originals. The evil wizard brainwashes the J-Clones into being evil, but in the end of the episode they are turned back to the side of good and fight alongside the J-Team originals. But after this, they are never heard of again. What {{What happened to them?
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* When Jade and Tohru are given the [[MarkOfTheBeast Mark of Tarakudo]] as a tattoo, their skin turns blue and eyes red, just like the Shadowkhan. The FridgeHorror kicks in when you realize that most or all tribes of Shadowkhan might well be humans and other lifeforms who were ''also'' given this tattoo, meaning all the Shadowkhan are actually victims of TheCorruption, and also ''slaves'' to Tarakudo.
* In "The Powers That Be (Part 2)", Drago and the Ice Crew are crushing Section 13's forces forces, with Drago [[spoiler:having all eight demon powers joined as one]]. During Drago's destruction of San Francisco, there were no visible on-screen deaths, but what about the (very likely) possibility that many people died off-screen?



* [[spoiler:If Jade wasn't there to warn Jackie about him walking to his doom and if Jackie hadn't woken up in time to stop himself from falling off a building in "Project A for Astral"]], the results could've been disastrous.
** Most of "Project A for Astral" is Fridge Horror. Imagine your astral form being free and having a demon take possession on your body, making you stuck in astral form as long as ''your'' body is being inhabited. Not only that, but no one would be able to see or hear you; you can only appear in someone's dreams to get help, and who knows if that certain someone can remember anything in their dream when they wake up.
23rd Aug '16 10:44:48 PM goldenpurple
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* In "The Good, the Bad, the Blind, the Deaf and the Mute", [[spoiler: when the Three Monkeys are opened, Tohru, Jade and Jackie are hit with the spells while Uncle is left unharmed. The episode is played for laughs, but if you think about it, the reasons for the Jackie, Jade and Tohru getting their specific disability describes them and their actions. Jackie's muteness is because he talks the most out of the group, whether he's telling Jade to stay behind, complaining or doing the most communication. Jade is deaf because she doesn't listen, is pretty talkative and looking ahead for results in her problems. Tohru is the hardest to think of, but when you remember that Tohru is a chi wizard in training (and having trouble with that), his 'magical eye' isn't too open, rendering him blind. As for Uncle, he is completely unaffected because of the kinds of training with Chi Master Fong. He listened to his master's commands, he was open to the magical possibilities when he was young (as seen in 'A Night at the Opera'), and Uncle doesn't exactly do a lot of talking. When he is speaking, it's to those who aren't magically aware and don't listen, which tire Uncle constantly.]]

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* In "The Good, the Bad, the Blind, the Deaf and the Mute", [[spoiler: when the Three Monkeys are opened, Tohru, Jade and Jackie are hit with the spells while Uncle is left unharmed. ]] The episode is played for laughs, but if you think about it, the reasons for the Jackie, Jade and Tohru getting their specific [[spoiler:specific disability describes them and their actions. Jackie's muteness is because he talks the most out of the group, whether he's telling Jade to stay behind, complaining or doing the most communication. Jade is deaf because she doesn't listen, is pretty talkative and looking ahead for results in her problems. ]] Tohru is the hardest to think of, but when you remember that Tohru [[spoiler:Tohru is a chi wizard in training (and having trouble with that), his 'magical eye' isn't too open, rendering him blind. blind.]] As for Uncle, he [[spoiler:he is completely unaffected because of the kinds of training with Chi Master Fong. He listened to his master's commands, he was open to the magical possibilities when he was young (as seen in 'A Night at the Opera'), and Uncle doesn't exactly do a lot of talking. When he is speaking, it's to those who aren't magically aware and don't listen, which tire Uncle constantly.]]



* In 'Relics of Demons Past', after [[spoiler: Drago gives the Enforcers part of his fire chi to be his henchmen. When they ask Drago what they're going to do, Drago replies with, "A fan." If you listen carefully, Finn and Ratso are confused by Drago's request. But you hear Ratso saying, "Oh boy." ''Ratso knew exactly where Drago was going with this''.]]
* In 'Weight And See', Jackie and Uncle [[spoiler:arrive in Canada and the chi-o-matic briefly acts up, to which Jackie thinks it's because of the new containment jar. Uncle frustatedly replies that the containment jar isn't the problem and it's there to contain more than one demon chi. If the viewer had seen 'Black And White And Chi All Over', Uncle adjusting the chi-o-matic makes sense. But the new containment jar wasn't the issue; Uncle just hadn't tested the chi-o-matic enough with new containment jar. Later on in 'Weight And See', when Jackie and Uncle don't find the Mountain demon chi in their pile of chopsticks Uncle says he will "run tests", which he does. These tests allow Uncle to be able to get the Mountain chi and shortly after, claim Drago's Fire chi also. The Mountain chi was the last of the 7 free demon chi to be discovered, and with Drago's inherited chi from his father, that makes 8. This means Uncle was planning on making a ''double'' reversal spell for the remaining two chis from the beginning, and Jackie, Jade ''and'' Tohru didn't suspect a thing.]]

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* In 'Relics of Demons Past', after [[spoiler: Drago gives [[spoiler:gives the Enforcers part of his fire chi to be his henchmen. When they ask Drago what they're going to do, Drago replies with, "A fan." If you listen carefully, Finn and Ratso are confused by Drago's request. But you hear Ratso saying, "Oh boy." ''Ratso knew exactly where Drago was going with this''.]]
* In 'Weight And See', Jackie and Uncle [[spoiler:arrive in Canada and the chi-o-matic briefly acts up, to which Jackie thinks it's because of the new containment jar. Uncle frustatedly replies that the containment jar isn't the problem and it's there to contain more than one demon chi. ]] If the viewer had seen 'Black And White And Chi All Over', Uncle [[spoiler:Uncle adjusting the chi-o-matic makes sense. But the new containment jar wasn't the issue; Uncle just hadn't tested the chi-o-matic enough with new containment jar. ]] Later on in 'Weight And See', when Jackie [[spoiler:Jackie and Uncle don't find the Mountain demon chi in their pile of chopsticks Uncle says he will "run tests", which he does. These tests allow Uncle to be able to get the Mountain chi and shortly after, claim Drago's Fire chi also. The Mountain chi was the last of the 7 free demon chi to be discovered, and with Drago's inherited chi from his father, that makes 8. This means Uncle was planning on making a ''double'' reversal spell for the remaining two chis from the beginning, and Jackie, Jade ''and'' Tohru didn't suspect a thing.]]
23rd Aug '16 10:40:16 PM goldenpurple
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* In "The Good, the Bad, the Blind, the Deaf and the Mute", [[spoiler: when the Three Monkeys are opened, Tohru, Jade and Jackie are hit with the spells while Uncle is left unharmed. The episode is played for laughs, but if you think about it, the reasons for the Jackie, Jade and Tohru getting their specific disability describes them and their actions. Jackie's muteness is because he talks the most out of the group, whether he's telling Jade to stay behind, complaining or doing the most communication. Jade is deaf because she doesn't listen, always talking and looking ahead for results in her problems. Tohru is the hardest to think of, but when you remember that Tohru is a chi wizard in training (and having trouble at that), his 'magical eye' isn't too open, rendering him blind. As for Uncle, he is unaffected because he did the opposite kinds of training with Chi Master Fong. He listened to commands, he was open to the wonders of magic as a child (as seen in 'A Night at the Opera'), and Uncle doesn't exactly do a lot of talking. When Uncle is speaking, it's to those who aren't magically aware and don't listen, which tire Uncle constantly.]]

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* In "The Good, the Bad, the Blind, the Deaf and the Mute", [[spoiler: when the Three Monkeys are opened, Tohru, Jade and Jackie are hit with the spells while Uncle is left unharmed. The episode is played for laughs, but if you think about it, the reasons for the Jackie, Jade and Tohru getting their specific disability describes them and their actions. Jackie's muteness is because he talks the most out of the group, whether he's telling Jade to stay behind, complaining or doing the most communication. Jade is deaf because she doesn't listen, always talking is pretty talkative and looking ahead for results in her problems. Tohru is the hardest to think of, but when you remember that Tohru is a chi wizard in training (and having trouble at with that), his 'magical eye' isn't too open, rendering him blind. As for Uncle, he is completely unaffected because he did of the opposite kinds of training with Chi Master Fong. He listened to his master's commands, he was open to the wonders of magic as a child magical possibilities when he was young (as seen in 'A Night at the Opera'), and Uncle doesn't exactly do a lot of talking. When Uncle he is speaking, it's to those who aren't magically aware and don't listen, which tire Uncle constantly.]]
23rd Aug '16 10:37:18 PM goldenpurple
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* In 'Weight And See', Jackie and Uncle [[spoiler:arrive in Canada and the chi-o-matic briefly acts up, to which Jackie thinks it's because of the new containment jar. Uncle frustatedly replies that the containment jar isn't the problem and it's there to contain more than one demon chi. If the viewer had seen 'Black And White And Chi All Over', Uncle adjusting the chi-o-matic makes sense. But the new containment jar wasn't the issue; Uncle just hadn't tested the chi-o-matic enough with new containment jar. Later on in 'Weight And See', when Jackie and Uncle don't find the Mountain demon chi in their pile of chopsticks Uncle says he will "run tests", which he does. These tests allow Uncle to be able to get the Mountain chi and shortly after, claim Drago's Fire chi also. The Mountain chi was the last of the 7 free demon chi to be discovered, and with Drago's inherited chi from his father, that makes 8. What does this mean? Uncle was planning on making a double reversal spell to take both Fire and Mountain chis from the beginning, and Jackie, Jade and Tohru didn't suspect a thing.]]

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* In 'Weight And See', Jackie and Uncle [[spoiler:arrive in Canada and the chi-o-matic briefly acts up, to which Jackie thinks it's because of the new containment jar. Uncle frustatedly replies that the containment jar isn't the problem and it's there to contain more than one demon chi. If the viewer had seen 'Black And White And Chi All Over', Uncle adjusting the chi-o-matic makes sense. But the new containment jar wasn't the issue; Uncle just hadn't tested the chi-o-matic enough with new containment jar. Later on in 'Weight And See', when Jackie and Uncle don't find the Mountain demon chi in their pile of chopsticks Uncle says he will "run tests", which he does. These tests allow Uncle to be able to get the Mountain chi and shortly after, claim Drago's Fire chi also. The Mountain chi was the last of the 7 free demon chi to be discovered, and with Drago's inherited chi from his father, that makes 8. What does this mean? This means Uncle was planning on making a double ''double'' reversal spell to take both Fire and Mountain for the remaining two chis from the beginning, and Jackie, Jade and ''and'' Tohru didn't suspect a thing.]]
22nd Aug '16 4:43:49 PM goldenpurple
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** For most of the episode of "Project A for Astral" is Fridge Horror in itself. Imagine your astral form being free and having a demon take possession on your body, making you stuck in astral form as long as ''your'' body is being inhabited. Not only that, but no one would be able to see or hear you; you can only appear in someone's dreams to get help, and who knows if that certain someone can remember anything in their dream when they wake up.

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** For most of the episode Most of "Project A for Astral" is Fridge Horror in itself.Horror. Imagine your astral form being free and having a demon take possession on your body, making you stuck in astral form as long as ''your'' body is being inhabited. Not only that, but no one would be able to see or hear you; you can only appear in someone's dreams to get help, and who knows if that certain someone can remember anything in their dream when they wake up.
22nd Aug '16 4:43:09 PM goldenpurple
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* For most of the episode of "Project A for Astral" is Fridge Horror in itself. Imagine your astral form being free and having a demon take possession on your body, making you stuck in astral form as long as ''your'' body is being inhabited. Not only that, but no one would be able to see or hear you; you can only appear in someone's dreams to get help, and who knows if that certain someone can remember anything in their dream when they wake up.

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* ** For most of the episode of "Project A for Astral" is Fridge Horror in itself. Imagine your astral form being free and having a demon take possession on your body, making you stuck in astral form as long as ''your'' body is being inhabited. Not only that, but no one would be able to see or hear you; you can only appear in someone's dreams to get help, and who knows if that certain someone can remember anything in their dream when they wake up.
22nd Aug '16 4:32:09 PM goldenpurple
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* In "Day of the Dragon", as Jackie is [[spoiler: packing up to go to Hong Kong to stop Shendu]], Jade says to Jackie," [[spoiler: Jackie! I have to come with you. I'm an essential part of the J-Team! The cunning one?]]" You would think that was a mistake on the writer's part, since the Chans are addressed as the Chan Clan and [[spoiler: J-Team hasn't had their official debut yet]]. But that line makes more sense because maybe Jade had already created the J-Team and was telling Jackie ahead of time, just in case he lost against Shendu. It comes into play too, because near the ending, Uncle comments that since Shendu [[spoiler:is destroyed, a greater evil]] will take his place, which is in season 2. What's one of the episodes names in the second season and who makes their epic debut? [[spoiler:The J-Team]]
* In "The Good, the Bad, the Blind, the Deaf and the Mute", [[spoiler: when the Three Monkeys are opened, Tohru, Jade and Jackie are hit with the spells while Uncle is left unharmed. The episode is played for laughs, but I had to think about it for awhile and the reason for the Chan Clan getting their specific disability describes them and their actions. The reason for Jackie's muteness is because he talks the most out of the group, whether it's because of him complaining or doing the most kinds of communication. Jade is deaf because she doesn't listen, always talking and looking ahead for the end results. Tohru would be the hardest to think of, but then when you remember that Tohru is still a chi wizard in training (and is having trouble at that), his 'magical eye' isn't exactly open, rendering him blind. As for Uncle, he is unaffected because he did the opposite training with Chi Master Fong. He listened to his master while training, Uncle was open to the wonders of magic as a child (as seen in 'A Night at the Opera'), and Uncle doesn't exactly do a lot of talking. When Uncle is speaking, it's to those who talk more than him, aren't magically aware and don't listen, which tire Uncle constantly.]]

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* In "Day of the Dragon", as Jackie is [[spoiler: packing up to go to Hong Kong to stop Shendu]], Jade says to Jackie," [[spoiler: Jackie! I have to come with you. I'm an essential part of the J-Team! The cunning one?]]" You would think that was a mistake on the writer's part, since the Chans are addressed as the Chan Clan and [[spoiler: J-Team hasn't had made their official debut yet]]. But that line makes more sense because maybe Jade had already created the J-Team and was telling Jackie ahead of time, just in case he lost against Shendu. It comes into play too, because near the ending, Uncle comments that since Shendu [[spoiler:is destroyed, a greater evil]] will take his place, which is in season 2. What's one of the episodes names in the second season and who makes their epic debut? [[spoiler:The J-Team]]
* In "The Good, the Bad, the Blind, the Deaf and the Mute", [[spoiler: when the Three Monkeys are opened, Tohru, Jade and Jackie are hit with the spells while Uncle is left unharmed. The episode is played for laughs, but I had to if you think about it for awhile and it, the reason reasons for the Chan Clan Jackie, Jade and Tohru getting their specific disability describes them and their actions. The reason for Jackie's muteness is because he talks the most out of the group, whether it's because of him he's telling Jade to stay behind, complaining or doing the most kinds of communication. Jade is deaf because she doesn't listen, always talking and looking ahead for the end results. results in her problems. Tohru would be is the hardest to think of, but then when you remember that Tohru is still a chi wizard in training (and is having trouble at that), his 'magical eye' isn't exactly too open, rendering him blind. As for Uncle, he is unaffected because he did the opposite kinds of training with Chi Master Fong. He listened to his master while training, Uncle commands, he was open to the wonders of magic as a child (as seen in 'A Night at the Opera'), and Uncle doesn't exactly do a lot of talking. When Uncle is speaking, it's to those who talk more than him, aren't magically aware and don't listen, which tire Uncle constantly.]]



* In 'Weight And See', Jackie and Uncle [[spoiler:arrive in Canada and the chi-o-matic briefly acts up, to which Jackie thinks it's because of the new containment jar. Uncle frustatedly replies that the containment jar isn't the problem and it's there to contain more than one demon chi. If the viewer had seen 'Black And White And Chi All Over', Uncle adjusting the chi-o-matic makes sense. But the new containment jar wasn't the issue; Uncle just hadn't tested the chi-o-matic enough with new containment jar. Later on in 'Weight And See', when Jackie and Uncle don't find the Mountain demon chi in their pile of chopsticks Uncle says he will "run tests", which he does. These tests allow Uncle to be able to get the Mountain chi and shortly after, claim Drago's Fire chi also. The Mountain chi was the last of the 7 free demon chi to be discovered, and with Drago's inherited chi from his father, that makes 8. What does this mean? Uncle was planning on making a double reversal spell to take both Fire and Mountain chis from the beginning, and his family members didn't suspect a thing.]]

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* In 'Weight And See', Jackie and Uncle [[spoiler:arrive in Canada and the chi-o-matic briefly acts up, to which Jackie thinks it's because of the new containment jar. Uncle frustatedly replies that the containment jar isn't the problem and it's there to contain more than one demon chi. If the viewer had seen 'Black And White And Chi All Over', Uncle adjusting the chi-o-matic makes sense. But the new containment jar wasn't the issue; Uncle just hadn't tested the chi-o-matic enough with new containment jar. Later on in 'Weight And See', when Jackie and Uncle don't find the Mountain demon chi in their pile of chopsticks Uncle says he will "run tests", which he does. These tests allow Uncle to be able to get the Mountain chi and shortly after, claim Drago's Fire chi also. The Mountain chi was the last of the 7 free demon chi to be discovered, and with Drago's inherited chi from his father, that makes 8. What does this mean? Uncle was planning on making a double reversal spell to take both Fire and Mountain chis from the beginning, and his family members Jackie, Jade and Tohru didn't suspect a thing.]]
22nd Aug '16 4:26:03 PM goldenpurple
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* In 'Weight And See', Jackie and Uncle [[spoiler:arrive in Canada and the chi-o-matic briefly acts up, to which Jackie thinks it's because of the new containment jar. Uncle frustatedly replies that the containment jar isn't the problem and it's there to contain more than one demon chi. If the viewer had seen 'Black And White And Chi All Over', Uncle adjusting the chi-o-matic would make a whole lot of sense. But the new containment jar wasn't the issue; it's because Uncle hadn't tested the chi-o-matic enough using the new containment jar. Later on in 'Weight And See', when Jackie and Uncle don't find the Mountain demon chi in their pile of chopsticks, Uncle says he "will run tests", which he does. The tests allow Uncle to be able to get the Mountain chi and shortly after, claim Drago's Fire chi also. The Mountain chi was the last of the 7 free demon chi to be discovered, and with Drago's inherited demon chi from his father, that makes 8. What does this mean? Uncle was planning on making a double reversal spell to take both Fire and Mountain chis from the beginning, and his family members never suspected this.]]

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* In 'Weight And See', Jackie and Uncle [[spoiler:arrive in Canada and the chi-o-matic briefly acts up, to which Jackie thinks it's because of the new containment jar. Uncle frustatedly replies that the containment jar isn't the problem and it's there to contain more than one demon chi. If the viewer had seen 'Black And White And Chi All Over', Uncle adjusting the chi-o-matic would make a whole lot of makes sense. But the new containment jar wasn't the issue; it's because Uncle just hadn't tested the chi-o-matic enough using the with new containment jar. Later on in 'Weight And See', when Jackie and Uncle don't find the Mountain demon chi in their pile of chopsticks, chopsticks Uncle says he "will run will "run tests", which he does. The These tests allow Uncle to be able to get the Mountain chi and shortly after, claim Drago's Fire chi also. The Mountain chi was the last of the 7 free demon chi to be discovered, and with Drago's inherited demon chi from his father, that makes 8. What does this mean? Uncle was planning on making a double reversal spell to take both Fire and Mountain chis from the beginning, and his family members never suspected this.didn't suspect a thing.]]



* For most of the episode of "Project A for Astral" is Fridge Horror in itself. Imagine your astral form being free from your body and a demon taking possession on your body while you are forced to be stuck in astral form as long as ''your'' body is being inhabited. Not only that, but no one would be able to see or hear you; you can only appear in someone's dreams to get help, and who knows if that certain someone can remember their dreams.

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* For most of the episode of "Project A for Astral" is Fridge Horror in itself. Imagine your astral form being free from your body and having a demon taking take possession on your body while body, making you are forced to be stuck in astral form as long as ''your'' body is being inhabited. Not only that, but no one would be able to see or hear you; you can only appear in someone's dreams to get help, and who knows if that certain someone can remember anything in their dreams.dream when they wake up.
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