History YMMV / XiaolinShowdown

6th Nov '17 9:53:36 PM Loekman3
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* UnintentionallyUnsympathetic:
** The rest of the monks during Raimundo's [[FaceHeelTurn brief turn]] to the Heylin side. While Raimundo ''did'' betray them, they still gave up on him with startling ease, throwing out taunts and insults at him like they would any other foe. It isn't until they're on the verge of being crushed to death that they finally try appealing to his better nature. This comes off as deeply hypocritical, especially when Kimiko tells him "Rai, you're good. We know it!" (a sentiment none of them had expressed up until that moment).

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* UnintentionallyUnsympathetic:
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UnintentionallyUnsympathetic: The rest of the monks during Raimundo's [[FaceHeelTurn brief turn]] to the Heylin side. While Raimundo ''did'' betray them, they still gave up on him with startling ease, throwing out taunts and insults at him like they would any other foe. It isn't until they're on the verge of being crushed to death that they finally try appealing to his better nature. This comes off as deeply hypocritical, especially when Kimiko tells him "Rai, you're good. We know it!" (a sentiment none of them had expressed up until that moment).
19th Oct '17 1:19:29 PM Awesomekid42
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18th Oct '17 8:53:50 PM Awesomekid42
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** This actually applies to Raimundo's reason for his FaceHeelTurn in general; because the other monks mock him to no end about how he is still a Dragon-In-Training whereas the others got promoted to Xiaolin Apprentice. It's understandable that Raimundo didn't get promoted considering that he directly disobeyed his master's orders and nearly led to the monks defeat because he indirectly caused Wuya to reveal the Shen Gong Wu's location but for him to get repeatedly bullied by the others for his low ranking rather than consoling and helping him catch up to the others does not really help his hurt feelings at all. Is it any wonder that he decides to defect to the Heylin side. What pushes them to this trope is the fact that the show never acknowledges that they are the reason for his eventual defection and counting the entry above, ultimately make them come off as hypocrites more than anything, especially considering that not only they never apologized for how they treated him but they ''still'' continued to pick on him even after his HeelFaceTurn.
3rd Jul '17 9:14:27 PM Loekman3
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** This actually applies to Raimundo's reason for his FaceHeelTurn in general; because the other monks mock him to no end about how he is still a Dragon-In-Training whereas the others got promoted to Xiaolin Apprentice. It's understandable that Raimundo didn't get promoted considering that he directly disobeyed his master's orders and nearly led to the monks defeat because he indirectly caused Wuya to reveal the Shen Gong Wu's location but for him to get repeatedly bullied by the others for his low ranking rather than consoling and helping him catch up to the monks does not really help his hurt feelings at all.

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** This actually applies to Raimundo's reason for his FaceHeelTurn in general; because the other monks mock him to no end about how he is still a Dragon-In-Training whereas the others got promoted to Xiaolin Apprentice. It's understandable that Raimundo didn't get promoted considering that he directly disobeyed his master's orders and nearly led to the monks defeat because he indirectly caused Wuya to reveal the Shen Gong Wu's location but for him to get repeatedly bullied by the others for his low ranking rather than consoling and helping him catch up to the monks others does not really help his hurt feelings at all. Is it any wonder that he decides to defect to the Heylin side. What pushes them to this trope is the fact that the show never acknowledges that they are the reason for his eventual defection and counting the entry above, ultimately make them come off as hypocrites more than anything, especially considering that not only they never apologized for how they treated him but they ''still'' continued to pick on him even after his HeelFaceTurn.
3rd Jul '17 9:00:17 PM Loekman3
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* UnintentionallyUnsympathetic: The rest of the monks during Raimundo's [[FaceHeelTurn brief turn]] to the Heylin side. While Raimundo ''did'' betray them, they still gave up on him with startling ease, throwing out taunts and insults at him like they would any other foe. It isn't until they're on the verge of being crushed to death that they finally try appealing to his better nature. This comes off as deeply hypocritical, especially when Kimiko tells him "Rai, you're good. We know it!" (a sentiment none of them had expressed up until that moment).

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* UnintentionallyUnsympathetic: UnintentionallyUnsympathetic:
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The rest of the monks during Raimundo's [[FaceHeelTurn brief turn]] to the Heylin side. While Raimundo ''did'' betray them, they still gave up on him with startling ease, throwing out taunts and insults at him like they would any other foe. It isn't until they're on the verge of being crushed to death that they finally try appealing to his better nature. This comes off as deeply hypocritical, especially when Kimiko tells him "Rai, you're good. We know it!" (a sentiment none of them had expressed up until that moment).moment).
** This actually applies to Raimundo's reason for his FaceHeelTurn in general; because the other monks mock him to no end about how he is still a Dragon-In-Training whereas the others got promoted to Xiaolin Apprentice. It's understandable that Raimundo didn't get promoted considering that he directly disobeyed his master's orders and nearly led to the monks defeat because he indirectly caused Wuya to reveal the Shen Gong Wu's location but for him to get repeatedly bullied by the others for his low ranking rather than consoling and helping him catch up to the monks does not really help his hurt feelings at all.
29th Jun '17 2:45:01 PM KizunaTallis
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* AlternateCharacterInterpretation: Judging by his few appearances and his legacy, the [[NewPowersAsThePlotDemands Shen Gong Wu]], one can infer that Dashi was either the definition of CrazyPrepared or a [[WhatDoYouMeanItWasntMadeOnDrugs very]] EruditeStoner. Maybe [[EccentricMentor both]].

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* AlternateCharacterInterpretation: AlternativeCharacterInterpretation:
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Judging by his few appearances and his legacy, the [[NewPowersAsThePlotDemands Shen Gong Wu]], one can infer that Dashi was either the definition of CrazyPrepared or a [[WhatDoYouMeanItWasntMadeOnDrugs very]] EruditeStoner. Maybe [[EccentricMentor both]].



--> Chase: [[AccidentalInnuendo I like your spunk little one!]]

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--> Chase: -->'''Chase:''' [[AccidentalInnuendo I like your spunk little one!]]



* SeasonalRot: The final season is largely viewed as being kind of lame compared to the first two seasons, mainly due to not having [[RandomEventsPlot much of a story arc compared to the other seasons]], VillainDecay on the part of Jack and Wuya, and the new villain Hannibal Bean not being particular threatening or interesting.

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* SeasonalRot: The final season is largely viewed as being kind of lame weak compared to the first two seasons, mainly due to not having [[RandomEventsPlot much of a story arc compared to the other seasons]], VillainDecay on the part of Jack and Wuya, and the new villain Hannibal Bean not being particular particularly threatening or interesting.



* TastesLikeDiabetes: Jack whenever he turns completely good via the Ying Yang World, to the point where even though he's wholeheartedly on their side the monks like him even ''less'' [[WeWantOurJerkBack than they do when he's evil.]]

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* TastesLikeDiabetes: Jack whenever he turns completely good via the Ying Yang World, to the point where even though he's wholeheartedly on their side side, the monks like him even ''less'' [[WeWantOurJerkBack than they do when he's evil.]]



* UnpopularPopularCharacter: Jack--he and Raimundo have the largest fanbases out of all the male characters on the show.

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* UnpopularPopularCharacter: Jack--he and Raimundo have the largest fanbases out of all the male characters on the show.Jack, due to being such an IneffectualSympatheticVillain who rarely gets a break.
27th Jun '17 1:53:50 AM AlternativeCola
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* TheScrappy: Hannibal Roy Bean is arguably the most hated character in the series, for being a {{Gonk}} and for being a GenericDoomsdayVillain who isn't as invincible as the narrative tries to make him look.

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* TheScrappy: Hannibal Roy Bean is arguably the most hated character in the series, for being a {{Gonk}} and for being a GenericDoomsdayVillain who isn't as invincible as the narrative tries to make him look. This is why he's the only major villain not to appear in ''WesternAnimation/XiaolinChronicles''.



* TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodPlot: The show has several reference to the cast's family (namely Clay) but none of them made a significant appearance to show the home life of the four main characters.

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* TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodPlot: The show has several reference to the cast's family (namely Kimiko and Clay) but none of them made a significant appearance to show the home life of the four main characters.
25th May '17 5:47:38 AM Bluecatcinema
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* UnintentionallyUnsympathetic: The rest of the monks during Raimundo's [[FaceHeelTurn brief turn]] to the Heylin side. While Raimundo ''did'' betray them, they still gave up on him with startling ease, throwing out taunts and insults at him like they would any other foe. It isn't until they're on the verge of being crushed to death that they finally try appealing to his better nature. This comes off as deeply hypocritical, especially when Kimiko tells him "Rai, you're good. We know it!" (a sentiment none of them had expressed up until that moment).
10th Feb '17 7:28:48 PM shatterstar
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* TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodPlot: The show has several reference to the cast's family (namely Clay) but none of them made a significant appearance to show the home life of the four main characters.
18th Dec '16 1:10:21 PM rafi
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