In the episode where Finn (of the enforcers) gets a shawdowkhan mask stuck to the seat of his pants, why doesn't he realize that he can pull the pants down to use the bathroom?
Because that STILL means he's exposing himself to a demon general. Er, oni general. Same diff.
Or, he can't, because Ikazuki is stuck too tightly to him.
I have a Headscratcher of my own. If Drago can steal the power of residual demon chi of the immortal weapons, why didn't he go after the Sword of the immortals when he lost his powers?
Drago didn't know where the sword was and the the immortal artifacts containing the demon chi probably activates at random times and the sword probably didn't reveal it's location yet.
There was no sword, Shendu was turned to stone rather than banished to the Nether World.
Actually there is a sword, when Uncle takes away Drago's fire demon chi, it's represented by a sword and Shendu was sent into the Netherworld, otherwise the Panku Box wouldn't have a portal for him and Uncle wouldn't have been able to open it for Jade to escape and send Shendu back. Shendu was turned into a statue when he somehow escaped the Netherworld without having to go through his portal.
Perhaps he already found the sword...
Is "Valmont" a first or last name? Also, if it is a first name, what's his last name, and if it it a last name, what's his first name?
I swore I saw somewhere that said his first name was "Niles" though I do not recall if this was during any episode or simply someone making up a name for him. If not, then considering that Finn, Ratso, and Chow are likely on a first-name basis, then Valmont is probably the first.
On the other hand, he's also referred to as Mr. Valmont on several occasions, though people are known to do that with first names.
How did Tohru get so big if he grew up in Japan but doesn't like fish?
Genetics? Maybe his father was a tremendous giant of a man too.
The Dragon talisman can't find an animal host in season 3 because of the lack of dragons in the world. Did they ever address the Komodo Dragon?
That's a lizard. The English name for that animal isn't really something ancient magic stuff is gonna adhere to.
My question is about why they didn't use Haiku to change something into a dragon or even have Haiku change into a dragon.
Why didn't they say the Loch Ness Monster was a dragon?
Because it isn't. Just because something's big and reptilian doesn't mean it's a dragon.
Technically, Nessie is supposed to be an ancient Plesiosaur; a water-dwelling dinosaur that somehow survived the extinction of the rest of the dinosaurs.
In all the legends of Nessie, it's never breathed fire. Breathing fire's one of the major traits of being a dragon.
That is only applied to dragons in Western mythology. The dragons in Chinese legends don't breathe fire.
Why does Shendu specifically target Jackie to be inside when he changes the Book of Ages in the Demon World two-parter. Sure, Jackie was his enemy and he wanted to get back at him in some way. But couldn't he have just taken some random schmuck's body there in Australia and have changed the book without Jackie, Ms. Save the World Jade, Uncle or Tohru ever knowing about. Instead, he involves the main characters and they are able to change the world back anyway. He deserves to be tortured by his family for that.
At the start of the second season, Shendu says to his other family members something along the lines of "I will choose the vessel best suited to serve the task at hand which is my enemy Jackie Chan". So Shendu chose Jackie since he believed that Jackie could handle any potential problem that might pop up getting to the Book of Ages. Plus he properly loved the irony of Jackie helping bring him back to power when he had stopped his rise to power twice beforehand.
If he possesses some random schmuck in Australia then Jackie Chan will show up and stop him (not "might", will). If he possesses Jackie Chan, well, the whole world is boned.
Yup, what they said. Basically Shendu was having a moment of being Dangerously Genre Savvy. The one guy who's proven to be pretty much unbeatable, no matter what, was Jackie. Jackie shows up to squash his plans, no matter how secret, no matter how far away, no matter what. Possessing Jackie means that Jackie is completely unable to interfere with his plans. Besides, you're overlooking the most obvious answer to your gripe that it was a stupid plan... the plan worked. Sure Jade retained knowledge of it happening and that was the plan's undoing, but something like that would have cropped up anyway, that's not really a flaw in Shendu's plan so much as plot armor for the heroes.
At the beginning of season 4, Tarakudo and the Enforcers get the Oni mask from Shendu's palace in Hong Kong. Correct me if I'm wrong, but didn't the palace and all the treasure in it turn to dust in the season 1 finale? How did the palace get restored?
Since then, Shendu has been resurrected and was subsequently turned back into a statue. In that episode, they even show the talismans being reformed. The palace crumbled when Shendu was destroyed. So maybe the palace had also rebuilt itself when Shendu came back from the dead.
Or maybe it's simply that Oni masks are not easily destroyed.
Drago is from the future, does that mean there was a second Drago in the present? Also, how was Drago born? Since Shendu was a statue for years.
It's never stated just how old Draco is. He could have easily been conceived before Shendu became a statue. As to why he hasn't shown his face until now, eeeerrrrrrrr, look a three headed monkey.
Well, Shendu is a demon sorcerer, so he could've created Drago using magic.
So when he was working for Valmont, Tohru was an unpleasant brute for the Dark Hand. But then when he's working for Uncle, he's all of a sudden a nice and even somewhat goofy guy. I mean he had his reasons for switching sides, but the personality shift seems a bit abrupt.
If you want a writing reason, it's just a retcon. Tohru being a sweet Gentle Giant makes him a more interesting and amusing character than having him be an aggressive Jerkass that just happens to hang out with the heroes. If you want an in-character reason, maybe Tohru was always a nice guy, but he was putting on that facade to everyone (including himself) so that people wouldn't think he was a pushover... he fell into working with bad guys, for whatever reason, so he needed to act like a bad guy. Villains generally don't hire (for large amounts of money) sweet-natured dudes who don't really want to hurt anyone.
In Season 4, episode 9, entitled "The Good Guys". Why is Uncle against having the Dark Hand on patrol in his shop?
Uncle: Jackie, you cannot go while criminals live in my shop!
Chow: Excuse me, ex-criminals.
He's allowed Tohru to live in his shop for 3 seasons despite not only working for the same crime syndicate, but also being far more competent than his former "co-workers". Granted, unlike Tohru, Finn, Ratso, and Chow revert back to their old ways (with 2 more episodes to boot), but still, it seemed a little bit hypocritical of Uncle to refuse them residence in his shop.
Uncle was pretty leery of Tohru at first too, wasn't he? Besides that, Tohru pretty quickly decided to show that he was respectful, kind, and polite, which are traits Uncle especially prizes in young people. Tohru also eventually becomes Uncle's student, displaying that Uncle trusts him specifically. Short answer: Uncle knows Tohru, he doesn't know these three jackasses from Adam.
In season 3, Dalon Wong returns and attempts to steal the talismans again, but the last time we saw him, he became mute, deaf, and blind. How did he recover from all 3 disabilities? In that same episode, The Dark Hand is shown in a diner having breakfast, yet they're broke so how were they supposed to pay for their food? Not to mention they're talking about reviving their criminal empire at least 1 person in the restaurant had to have overheard them and be able to call the police there was even a waitress walking around their table. Finally, Daolong traps Valmont in the sidewalk's concrete, in a later episode, Valmont somehow escaped the cement.
In the order: Daolon Wong used magic to recover from all 3 disabilities; the Dark Hand either used freshly stolen money or ran out without paying; nobody believed the Dark Hand were actual criminals, just weirdos joking around; someone noticed Valmont being stuck and called someone with a jackhammer.
Yeah, if you heard a couple of guys at the next table saying "Yeah, after all those brushes with ancient dragons, demon lords, and magicians that turned us into weird orange assassins, we're finally back on track to create a criminal empire!", would your first thought really be "These guys are clearly dangerous criminals, I have to call the police", or would it be "These guys are clearly some sort of delusional weirdos"?
How is it that the Demon Sorcerers look nothing alike? They have been stated to be siblings more than once and yet have absolutely no resemblance.
Well, polygamy wasn't exactly unheard of in old times...
I have one theory, courtesy of my brother. He says the Demon sorcerers were merely created using magic, and that they were simply created by the same person.
The demons have been shown to be able to shapeshift to different forms, such as a human body. Perhaps they decide what kind of default body they like, so it's all based on personal preference.
You have a point there, but that still doesn't explain why they have different powers.
Because they represent different elements. Different elements have different powers.
There's also the fact that each demon chi(when it's in a human host) looks like its original owner's current form rather than something else. Your theory is probably more accurate on why Shendu looks nothing like his spirit form.