A ten year old girl from Hong Kong who's currently living with her uncles in San Francisco, and frequently joins their adventures. After being directly exposed to the Ring of Kur-Asan's power, she became half Shadowkhan. Even if she enjoys her powers a lot, she must find a way to return back to human or else she will once again become the Queen of the Shadowkhan.
Action Girl: Much more than the original series, thanks to her new powers.
Easily Forgiven: Jade lampshades this, saying how Jackie is perfectly okay with working with a former Dark Hand enforcer who once tried to kill Jade (though Jade herself claims that she also forgave him for his past deeds).
Embarrassing Nickname: While in Shadowkhan from, Jade calls him "Baldy", a nickname he doesn't appreciate.
Mission Control: Arranges transportation for the J-Team whenever they need to get somewhere in a hurry.
The Darkest Mage, who after escaping prison, found the Ring of Kur-Asan and used it to regain his powers, as well as two talismans. Now seeks to unveil the secrets of the Shadowkhan to gain even more power.
Forgot About His Powers: Like in canon, he has a wide array of very useful powers and abilities, talismans included, yet in the end he only uses a few of them. Lampshaded by Jade. Handwaved in the story in that Dark Chi Wizards tend to favor destructive spells over other kind of spells, regardless of how useful they may be.
Genre Savvy: Unlike canon, here he learns from his mistakes.
The Heavy: Of all the members of the Big Bad Ensemble, he's the most prominent, not to mention is the one who started and is carrying the plot. Until Chapter 13, when he's re-arrested, loses his power, and the role passes to the Queen.
Invisibility: Thanks to the Snake Talisman, though he rarely uses it.
Suicidal Overconfidence: During the battle in the Forge of Shadows, he becomes convinced that he's powerful enough that he doesn't need his Warriors to defeat the J-Team, and can do so himself. He turns out to be wrong, though only just barely.
Fallen Hero: Used to be a great warrior named Kyosuke, until he was lured to the dark side by the Brotherhood of Shadow, becoming the Dark Champion of the Shadowkhan, leading to his eventual death and transformation into the wraith he is now.
Freudian Slip: She slips at one point, forgetting to include Tarakudo in a statement about gaining freedom, only to hastily correct herself. Tarakudo lets her know that he caught the slip before leaving.
Genre Savvy: Something she shares with Jade. She realizes Tarakudo will betray her when he doesn't need her anymore, so preemptively betrays him first by cutting a deal with the Phantom.
Put on a Bus: She is attacked by the Phantom in the Mental World she occupies, and her state is currently unknown (though she’s still around).
The Bus Comes Back: When her corruption of Jade results in the Tiger Talisman splitting them apart, she's able to re-enter the game. And then reveals her absence was part of her deal with Kyosuke — corrupting Jade without directly interacting with her.
Stripperiffic: Like her canon counterpart, she still wears a long black and purple dress that bares her legs and exposes her cleavage (that is, if she had any cleavage to begin with). Lampshaded by the narration.
Chronic Backstabbing Disorder: Betrayed Kyosuke back in the day for no real reason other than his own selfishness. The Queen is aware he'll do so to her too once she's no longer needed, so betrays him first.
What Could Have Been: Was originally going to join the Big Bad Ensemble, until the author's beta pointed out that he needed ALL his talismans to escape his statue form, which wasn't possible as the story was written.