History YMMV / XiaolinShowdown

16th Feb '18 4:54:20 PM ImperialMajestyXO
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** Jack falling for the monks trick. Is he genuinely that stupid or is he so desperate for approval that he doesn't care that its fake?

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** Jack falling for the monks monks' trick. Is he genuinely that stupid or is he so desperate for approval that he doesn't care that its it's fake?
24th Jan '18 7:39:28 AM ASCE
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* GrowingTheBeard: "Mala Mala Jong" marks the point where the series starts taking itself more seriously without losing its humor, the episodes start becoming more interconnected, as well as letting the show become much more character and arc-centric.

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* GrowingTheBeard: "Mala Mala Jong" marks the point where the series starts taking itself more seriously without losing its humor, the episodes start becoming more interconnected, as well as letting the show become much more character and arc-centric. The final season is more favourable for developing the Xiaolin monks as they hone their skills and compete for who becomes leader of the group. Their elemental powers get expanded and they gain new wudai weapons as well. The season/show concludes with [[spoiler:Raimundo]] becoming leader after recieving several character focus episodes and completing his story arc in the show.
19th Jan '18 8:48:03 PM MidwayAve
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* GrowingTheBeard: "Mala Mala Jong" marks the point where the series starts taking itself more seriously without losing its humor, the episodes start becoming more interconnected, as well as letting the show become much more character and arc-centric. The final season is more favourable for developing the Xiaolin monks as they hone their skills and compete for who becomes leader of the group. Their elemental powers get expanded and they gain new wudai weapons as well. The season/show concludes with [[spoiler:Raimundo]] becoming leader after recieving several character focus episodes and completing his story arc in the show.

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* GrowingTheBeard: "Mala Mala Jong" marks the point where the series starts taking itself more seriously without losing its humor, the episodes start becoming more interconnected, as well as letting the show become much more character and arc-centric. The final season is more favourable for developing the Xiaolin monks as they hone their skills and compete for who becomes leader of the group. Their elemental powers get expanded and they gain new wudai weapons as well. The season/show concludes with [[spoiler:Raimundo]] becoming leader after recieving several character focus episodes and completing his story arc in the show.
11th Jan '18 4:21:23 PM ASCE
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* GrowingTheBeard: "Mala Mala Jong" marks the point where the series starts taking itself more seriously without losing its humor, the episodes start becoming more interconnected, as well as letting the show become much more character and arc-centric.

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* GrowingTheBeard: "Mala Mala Jong" marks the point where the series starts taking itself more seriously without losing its humor, the episodes start becoming more interconnected, as well as letting the show become much more character and arc-centric. The final season is more favourable for developing the Xiaolin monks as they hone their skills and compete for who becomes leader of the group. Their elemental powers get expanded and they gain new wudai weapons as well. The season/show concludes with [[spoiler:Raimundo]] becoming leader after recieving several character focus episodes and completing his story arc in the show.



* SeasonalRot: The final season is largely viewed as being 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 particularly threatening or interesting.

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* SeasonalRot: The final season is largely viewed as being 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 particularly threatening or interesting. Chase Young is also overshadowed in favor of episodes focusing on Hannibal Bean as the antagonist.
4th Jan '18 3:44:54 PM MidwayAve
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* InferredHolocaust: Preventing the world from ending or plugging into darkness is a recurring threat the monks face. But when things do end up [[ApocalypseHow taking a turn for the worse]], the show doesnít really address the consequences or implications outside of the castsí reactions.

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* InferredHolocaust: Preventing the world from ending or plugging plunging into darkness is a recurring threat the monks face. But when things do end up [[ApocalypseHow taking a turn for the worse]], the show doesnít really address the consequences or implications outside of the castsí reactions.
4th Jan '18 2:23:45 PM MidwayAve
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** "The Deep Freeze" has Jack Spicer control of the Lunar Locket, which enables him to control the Moon's phases and movement. He loses it to the episode's villain who then proceeds to plunge the Earth into a deep freeze [[ArtisticLicenseAstronomy after causing the Moon to eclipse the Sun]]. Only the temple is shown to buried underneath ice and snow, with the rest of the planetís status left mostly to speculation.

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** "The Deep Freeze" has Jack Spicer control of the Lunar Locket, which enables him to control the Moon's phases and movement. He loses it to the episode's villain who then proceeds to plunge the Earth into a deep freeze [[ArtisticLicenseAstronomy after causing the Moon to eclipse the Sun]]. Only the temple is shown to buried underneath ice and snow, with the rest of the planetís status left mostly to speculation.
4th Jan '18 2:21:49 PM MidwayAve
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* InferredHolocaust: Preventing the "end of the world" or "X number years of darkness" is a common threat the monks are faced with, but the actual implications are never addressed by regular civilians or real world officials. When Wuya is first released into her physical world, she takes over the world and is seen having a conversation on the phone with the prime minister of a country demanding surrender. During the 2nd season finale, Chase acquires Omi's essence and destroys the world (the earth shatters in half) and renders the planet's ecosystems unrecognizable. Jack also takes over the world in a bad future, but we actually see his prison camps and people suffering.

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* InferredHolocaust: Preventing the "end of the world" world from ending or "X number years of darkness" plugging into darkness is a common recurring threat the monks are faced with, but face. But when things do end up [[ApocalypseHow taking a turn for the actual worse]], the show doesnít really address the consequences or implications are never addressed by regular civilians or real world officials. When Wuya is outside of the castsí reactions.
** The
first released into season finale has Wuya regain her physical world, form and promptly conquer the world. While itís not shown explicitly, there is a scene where she takes over orders her minion to send the world and is seen having a conversation on the phone with the United Kingdomís prime minister of a country demanding surrender. During an ultimatum to surrender or sheíll sink the 2nd island to the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean.
** "Enter the Dragon" confirms the existence of Atlantis in the show's universe Ė which Dojo sank during his last evil phase. Atlantis is later shown intact and empty in "Dangerous Minds", but now [[HordeOfAlienLocusts infested]] with a horde of giant spiders. [[FridgeHorror This could possibly explain the lack of inhabitants]], if they somehow managed to survive the previous catastrophe.
** "The Deep Freeze" has Jack Spicer control of the Lunar Locket, which enables him to control the Moon's phases and movement. He loses it to the episode's villain who then proceeds to plunge the Earth into a deep freeze [[ArtisticLicenseAstronomy after causing the Moon to eclipse the Sun]]. Only the temple is shown to buried underneath ice and snow, with the rest of the planetís status left mostly to speculation.
** The second
season finale, finale has Chase acquires Omi's essence Young bringing Omi to the Heylin side and destroys that somehow leads to the [[ShatteredWorld Earth shattering in half]], which remains so throughout the finale. In addition, the planet is apparently turned into [[LethalLavaLand a lethal world (the earth shatters in half) filled with volcanoes erupting]] and renders the planet's ecosystems unrecognizable. people regularly terrorized by Chase.
** The series finale has
Jack also takes Spicer taking over the world in a bad future, but we actually see his prison camps future timeline. The main cast are thrown into whatís implied one of many prisons and people suffering.the monks have been forced to fight into their old age for Jackís amusement. The rest of the world is considered to be a [[CrapsackWorld dystopia]] because of him as well.
2nd Jan '18 2:06:45 PM ASCE
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* InferredHolocaust: Preventing the "end of the world" or "X number years of darkness" is a common threat the monks are faced with, but the actual implications are never addressed by regular civilians or real world officials. When Wuya is first released into her physical world, she takes over the world and is seen having a conversation on the phone with the prime minister of a country demanding surrender. During the 2nd season finale, Chase acquires Omi's essence and destroys the world (the earth shatters in half) and renders the planet's ecosystems unrecognizable. Jack also takes over the world in a bad future, but we actually see his prison camps and people suffering.
31st Dec '17 9:27:32 PM DreamerCynist2
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** Kimiko, big time in ''Tangled Web''.

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** Kimiko, big time in ''Tangled Web''.Web'' and ''Return of Pandabubba''.
31st Dec '17 10:16:26 AM nombretomado
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* HilariousInHindsight: GreyDeLisle as an Asian girl with fire powers? [[WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender Wait a minute...]]

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* HilariousInHindsight: GreyDeLisle Creator/GreyDeLisle as an Asian girl with fire powers? [[WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender Wait a minute...]]
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