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    Lo Pei
And so does his copy.
I must once again safeguard these, lest they fall into the hands of the Ultimate Evil.

Voiced by: David Carradine

A sacred warrior of the Ling Dynasty. Nine hundred years ago, he led the uprising against Shendu, turning the demon into a statue and taking away his powers in the form of the Talismans. He's been long dead, but one episode features a terracotta statue of him. The Rat Talisman is used on the statue, bringing life to it. The statue has original Lo Pei's personality and powers. In the end of the episode, he's turned back into a statue.

  • Ascended Extra: He first briefly appears in Project A, for Astral during the flashback in which he casts a spell to turn Shendu into a statue. One of the 2nd season's filler episodes gives him a name and a personality through the interactions his Living Statue has with the modern world.
  • Calling Your Attacks: When he performs scroll magic, he shouts the scroll's title.
  • Cassandra Truth: Lo Pei's copy refuses to believe he's a statue, until he sees a poster depicting him in his statue form.
  • Catch Phrase: Several times he makes some nature-inspired analogies to describe or muse upon something. They are all initiated by the analogy. A couple of examples:
    "As the lily pad offers respite to the weary bullfrog, so your service to our cause is much appreciated."
    "As the crescent moon is dutybound to follow the sunset, so shall I smite this Dark Hand."
  • Famous Last Words: "Goodbye pal."
  • Fish out of Water: A Ling dynasty warrior in modern times? You figure.
  • Good Is Not Nice: While he is dedicated to keep the Talismans from evil hands, he has no qualms about causing collateral damage or (non-lethally) disposing of people who seem to threaten him.
  • "Good Luck" Gesture: Jade teaches him a thumbs up gesture as a sign of friendship. After he's turned back to a liveless terracotta, his right hand is left in this gesture.
  • Greater-Scope Paragon: He's the one who turned Shendu into a statue and scattered his Talismans to the four corners of the Earth. The same spell he used to accomplish that is reused on Shendu during the 3rd season.
  • Irony: Valmont comments how life coming to the statue that portrays the man who turned Shendu into a statue is this.
  • Kung-Fu Wizard: He easily takes down Jackie and Tohru with martial arts.
  • Lightning Bruiser: He moves fast, strikes hard and survives being crushed under a taxi.
  • Made of Iron: When Tohru squashes him under a taxi, he survives uninjured. Jade suggests this to be because he's a Living Statue.
  • Occult Blue Eyes: He has dark blue eyes, which is an unusual trait for an Asian, and could be connected to his magic.
  • Paper Talisman: His magic is performed through scrolls. The ones he's shown using can be used to levitate, petrify opponents and energy blasting.
  • Posthumous Character: The real Lo Pei has long been dead, but the living terracotta has his personality.
  • Precursor Hero: Before all the business with Section 13 and the Chan Clan, there was this guy overthrowing Shendu.
  • Punny Name: When Finn first hears Lo Pei's name, he makes a joke of it sounding like "low pay".
  • Warrior Poet: He constantly utters nature-inspired analogies to poetically and abstractly describe or muse upon his situations.
    Lo Pei: As the dandelion scatters its seeds to the four winds, so did I scatter the Talismans to the four corners of the earth.
  • Wizard Beard: He's a powerful chi wizard, and he sports a stylish beard.
  • Wouldn't Hurt a Child: He's briefly tricked by the Enforcers to think they are his fellow Ling warriors until they make the mistake of grabbing Jade.
    Lo Pei: A sacred warrior would never harm a child. You are impostors!
  • You Shall Not Pass!: He stays behind to fight the Shadowkhan, allowing Jackie and Jade to escape with the Talismans. When they are at a safe distance, he throws the Rat Talisman to them, letting himself to become a statue again.

    The Eight Immortals
From left to right: Zhang Guolao, Lü Dongbin, Li Tieguai, Lan Caihe, Han Xiangzi, Cao Guojiu, Zhongli Quan and He Xiangu.
Eight legendary heroes of ancient China. They are the ones who originally banished Shendu and his siblings to the Demon Netherworld and locked their portals with the Pan'Ku Box. However, the artifacts they used to do this (their symbols) were tainted with the demons' chi.
  • Big Goods: It is through their heroics and legacy that the Chan Clan is able to fight Shendu's siblings.
  • Noodle Incident: The Fire Demon Chi is never even discussed during the final season. Admittedly, since Drago already had the fire powers inherited from his father, it's natural he would not be interested in pursuing the artifact containing Shendu's chi.
  • Offscreen Moment of Awesome: They were able to defeat the Demon Sorcerers single-handedly thousands of years ago. Special awesome points go to He Xiangu, who was able to banish the gravity-altering Tso Lan, the Moon Demon, into outer space. It's not clear exactly how she did it.
  • Paper Fan of Doom: Zhongli Quan's symbol is a fan.
  • Pink Means Feminine: He Xiangu's dress is mostly pink. More interestingly, though, is that the magical beams that surround and banish Tso Lan, the Moon Demon who He Xiangu originally defeated, are also pink; he's the only one who has that color code.
  • Powered Armor: The ancient armor featured in Armor of the Gods was used by the Immortals in their battles against the Demon Sorcerers, and it's one of the few remaining relics left behind by them. When worn, it adjusts to the wielder's physique and enhances their physical abilities.
  • Public Domain Characters: They are figures from Taoism: they were originally mortal humans who achieved immortality and various other magical powers through various means, usually as rewards after being tested by a Taoist sage Lao Tzu or another immortal.
  • Precursor Heroes: Similar to Lo Pei, they are famous heroes who defeated the Demon Sorcerers in the past.

    Chi Master Fong
This is all we see of him.
A deceased Chinese mystic who taught Uncle magic for fifteen years. Somewhere along the line, Daolon Wong "defeated" him.
  • The Ghost: We don't get to see a flashback of him or to hear his voice, but in The Good, the Bad, the Blind, the Deaf and the Mute, we see on a shrine dedicated to his memory a statue and a small figurine of him.

    Super Moose

Voiced by: Clancy Brown

An anthropomorphic moose superhero. Normally a fictitious character, unless Jade uses the Rat Talisman to bring a stuffed doll of him to life.


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