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Jackie Chan Adventures: Olympian Journey is a Jackie Chan Adventures fanfic written by MultiplePersonas with collaboration by PA2 and Green Phantom Queen. The story takes place one year after the series finale and features the Chans fighting off against old enemies under the guidance of the Goddess of Chaos, Eris.

After Jackie accidentally causes a sacred urn to shatter, Eris and 12 of the Greek Gods are released, the latter being scattered into different artifacts that will unleash their powers unto those worthy of them. Fortunately, Jackie is not alone as the group is aided by Prometheus to help figure out where Eris is hiding, but Eris herself doesn't seem to be too worried about the chaos she's committing.


The story can be found here.

Tropes found in this story include:

  • Adaptational Badass: Vanessa was a Dark Action Girl who could go toe-to-toe with Jackie, but ended up being tied to a tree by the JCA equivalent to the Girl Scouts. Here she's now capable of teleporting thanks to absorbing the powers of the Eye of Aurora.
  • Adaptation Expansion: Tohru's past was never really explained aside from living with his mother and his fear of Oni in Season 4. Here we learn that his family is extremely wealthy and that his dad divorced his mom years ago.
  • Alas, Poor Villain: Eris's entire family (save Hestia) was murdered and she and their essences sealed away. While it doesn't excuse her actions, you can't help but feel sorry for her.
  • Apocalypse How: Under the influence of Hephaestus's essence, Tohru's mother tries to enact a Class-0, recreating Pompeii across all of Japan by causing a huge eruption from Mt. Fuji.
  • Apple of Discord: The amphora Jackie finds in the beginning of the story can cause conflict with others who covet the urn for themselves. Jackie tries to use this in his fight against three of his former enemies... but he ends up causing the entire story to happen instead. Fittingly one of the beings inside the urn was the goddess who created said apple in the first place, Eris.
    • Eris brings up this event at one point, revealing that the apple was never magic. The goddesses were just that vain.
  • Arranged Marriage: Tohru's mom had one of these. It ended badly.
  • Arson, Murder, and Jaywalking: During the Courtroom Episode, Eris lists various crimes by humanity, including war, destruction of the environment... and commercial air travel. The heroes are left dumbfounded by that last bit, especially as Eris treats it as the worst of the lot.
  • Ascended Extra: Vanessa Barone, Kuniko Kasahara and the old monk from the episode "The Lotus Temple" were originally oneshot villains that appeared in filler episodes. Here, they fill the Enforcers' usual role of the Big Bad's main henchmen.
  • Bad People Abuse Animals: Upon absorbing Hera's essence in Chapter 7 (in the peacock wreath that Scruffy is biting on), Zhixin hurls the poor puppy towards a wall. Earlier in the same chapter, Eris had no qualms trying to murder Scruffy for said wreath.
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  • Bait-and-Switch: A scene in the first chapter has Jade infiltrating a building before she gets captured by a henchman... before it's revealed that it's just a training simulation.
  • Bearded Lady: When infused with the power of Hephaestus, Tohru's mother's mole grows a mass of wiry hair that wraps around her chin like a beard.
  • Benevolent Boss: The Agents of Chaos lucked out with Eris. Not only is she pretty forgiving of failure, she took them to a spa to recover after a defeat that ends in Human Snowball.
  • Boke and Tsukkomi Routine: One chapter's opening narrations has PA2 discussing himself as the boke to Mulit and Phantom Queen's tsukkomi.
  • Big Bad: Eris, Goddess of Discord.
  • Big "WHAT?!":
    • Captain Black, when Jade tells him that Eris blew up their plane.
    • Tohru, Jackie, Jade, and Uncle all do this when Tohru's mother reveals that she's got a boyfriend.
  • Blow You Away: Vanessa with Zeus's essence, courtesy of Zeus absorbing the essences of the wind gods.
  • Bond, James Bond: As in his debut episode, Kasahara always refers to Jackie as "Chan-Jackie-Chan".
  • Brilliant, but Lazy: Jade is quite brilliant and crafty when she puts her mind to it...when it's not pertaining to school work that is. Chapter 7 has Jackie point this out and that her failing grades is what causes her to stay at Section 13 as she reads through 1984 for a retake test, as she put down events that happened in the year 1984 rather than read the book.
  • Broken Pedestal: Tohru adored his father, and is thus shocked to learn that he cheated on Tohru's mother before leaving her.
  • Bullying a Dragon: Vanessa seems to think that Prometheus, being the intellectual among the Titans who lost most of his powers, will be an easy opponent. He hasn't survived since the dawn of time by being a lightweight.
  • The Bus Came Back:
    • Scruffy, who didn't have a significant role since Season 4, gets focus in Chapters 7 and 8.
    • Tohru's mother, whose last significant role was Season 3, returns in Chapter 9 as the host of Hephaestus.
  • Call-Back:
    • The Chi-o-matic from the fifth season is used to absorb the essence of the Greek Gods.
    • Prometheus provides Jade with the Bands of Shiva, from the Season 2 episode "Shrink Rap", when sending her to save the other heroes in Chapter 8.
    • The same chapter features the return of Mohajah and his disciples, who had appeared in the Season 2 episode "Into the Mouth of Evil".
    • Chapter 10 features the return of both the Armor of the Gods used against Dai Gui, and the sword used to banish Shendu's spirit to the Netherworld.
  • Calling the Old Man Out: In Chapter 9, Tohru chews out how his mother's dominating presence is the reason why his dad left in the first place and that she has shown no respect for her son at all.
  • Chaos Is Evil: Eris, obviously, being the Goddess of Chaos and the Big Bad.
  • Chekhov's Gun: The jar of olives that Prometheus gives Uncle. Word of God is that Prometheus planned it this way.
  • Claustrophobia: Eris can't stand being cooped up in cars or airplanes, which is why she travels using her flying chariot to get around. This probably would also explain why she detests the idea of commercial air travel.
  • Confusion Fu: Eris's fighting style given that she's capable of warping reality as she sees fit.
  • Courtroom Episode: Chapters 5 and 6 have Prometheus, Captain Black and Jade versus Eris and Kasahara/Origami trying to see who will win Hestia's aide by judging how humanity has changed after the Greek Gods were sealed up. The case is officially unresolved due to the Pocket Dimension it takes place in dissolving before a verdict can be reached, but Hestia still offers her help to the heroes anyway.
  • Dark-Skinned Blond: Vanessa Barone.
  • Description Cut: In chapter 7, as Jackie berates Jade that she needs to get her priorities straight and asks if Eris is goofing off. It cuts to Eris squealing in joy while jumping on a trampoline.
  • Deus ex Machina: Discussed by Prometheus. He jokingly answers his phone with "Deus Ex Machina consulting firm."
  • Disappeared Dad: Tohru's father left him and his mother when Tohru was young.
  • Divine Date: Captain Black is about to ask Hestia out in chapter 11, but is interrupted before he can get the words out.
  • Drop the Hammer: Hephaestus' essence is found within one of these. Makes sense because he was the blacksmith of the Pantheon.
  • Drunk with Power: Anyone who is possessed by the essence of a god will go nuts with the power.
  • Enmity with an Object: Eris's dislike of airplanes becomes such a personal matter that she destroys a Section 13 jet purely out of spite.
  • Empowered Badass Normal: Hak Foo was bad enough with only martial arts, but then Eris empowered him further.
  • Establishing Character Moment: Hestia appears in front of Team Chan, Captain Black and Prometheus as a grand goddess... but the minute Prometheus opens his mouth, she slaps him across the face before apologizing to Team Chan for her rudness. Then after berating Prometheus, she hands them all (except Prometheus) some freshly baked muffins.
  • Even Evil Has Loved Ones: Eris is a chaotic goddess but she still has feelings for her aunt Hestia, and even misses Hestia's cooking. She's also wailing at her best friend Patches being dead and tears swell in her eyes when she looks at the remains of Hecate's room in the palace. She also considers Ares a favorite brother of hers.
  • Even Evil Has Standards: According to Vanessa, there's a "relic hunters code" which states you can't steal an artifact that someone else has already stolen, which is why Kasahara can't take the Bands of Shiva that Zhixin stole from the Chans.
    Vanessa: Sometimes.
  • Everything's Worse with Bees: After obtaining Hera's essence, Zhixin uses it to combine multiple serpents with bee-like traits.
  • Evil-Detecting Dog: Scruffy is capable of sensing the location of the Peacock Wreath with Hera's essence. Uncle assumes it's because, as Scruffy was a Noble animal and filled with magic, he'd seek other sources of magic itself.
  • Exact Words: It's not Jade without this. During the fight to obtain the shield with Athena's essence (which is in a museum), Jackie makes her stay out of the fight by shouting, "It's a museum! Go learn something!" Cut to a few paragraphs later, Jade is in the fight because she did learn something...that kids were recruited into the Viking army at age 10.
  • Explain, Explain... Oh, Crap!: At the end of Chapter 9, Jackie notices that the bag — that contained the hammer with the essence of Hephaestus — is gone. When he asks where it was, Tohru and Jade realized that it must've slipped during Tohru's tirade with his mother.
  • Fatal Flaw: Uncle's is Pride. He will not admit that he is incapable of fighting off against the Greek Gods (because he's skilled in Chinese chi magic) which makes him possessed by the power of Athena. Jackie actually exploits this by posing a question on what was the better potion ingredient — garlic for Uncle or olive oil for Greek spells — so that the two sides fight long enough for him to be taken down.
  • Feminine Women Can Cook: As part of her domain being hearths and hosting, Hestia is really good at cooking. She hands Team Chan (and Captain Black) a pomegranate muffin and when she decides to join Team Chan, Sector 13 is made much more homely and the quality of the food is like that of a high-end restaurant.
  • Freudian Excuse: According to Daisuke, Tohru's mom is cold and cranky because her parents raised her to never embarrass the family by emoting, and later her husband cheated on her.
  • Genre Savvy: Eris is able to kill three birds with one stone in chapter 9; she brings her henchmen to a spa with hot springs to warm up, which also ensures she can discuss plans without Hestia eavesdropping (natural heat sources are out of Hestia's line of influence) plus get a bead of Hephaestus's artifact at the same time (as geothermal heat is well within his).
  • Gilligan Cut:
    • In the seventh chapter, Jackie forbids Jade from going to India. Jade notes that she's always found a way to follow them and what would make this any different? Cut to the next scene where Jade is physically restrained to a dolly with belts and locks.
    • In chapter 9, after their jet is blown up and hotels are booked solid due to the holiday, Tohru brings up the only option for a place to stay. Uncle is vehemently against it, claiming he'd rather freeze. Cut to Tohru's mother welcoming the group into her home.
  • Good Is Not Nice: Hestia and Prometheus wants to stop Eris from unleashing chaos, but they aren't 100% good themselves. Jade notes this about the two in the seventh chapter when she calls them out.
  • Götterdämmerung: With the help of Prometheus, humans killed every god except for Eris and Hestia in a brutal raid.
  • Guile Hero: Jackie ends up distracting Uncle — possessed by the power of Athena — by questioning what's more important to potion making: garlic (which Uncle swears by) or olive oil (which is key to Greek magic). The resulting Logic Bomb from both Uncle and Athena arguing ends up keeping Uncle busy long enough to take him down.
  • Hate Plague: Eris can cause a localized one, claiming to have learned it from her brother.
  • Heart Is an Awesome Power: Being the goddess of the Hearth doesn't seem appealing, but this means that Hestia is capable of spying all around the world from all sorts of heat sources. This is the reason Eris forbades her henchmen from using heaters or ovens, or else Hestia can spy on them.
  • Heel–Face Revolving Door: Hak Foo's attempt to go legit didn't work out.
  • Heel–Face Turn: Finn, Ratso and Chow are officially clean and work for Section 13 as janitors and chefs. No mention as to what happened to Hak Foo, though.
  • Hidden Depths: Origami turns out to be an otaku, to Jade's surprise.
  • Horror Doesn't Settle for Simple Tuesday: Chapter 9 takes place during New Year's Eve, which is when Hephaestus decides to possess Tohru's mom.
  • Humanity on Trial: How the Courtroom Episode works, with several lesser gods tied to Athena's essence acting as judge and court officers and Hestia as jury, with Eris and Kasahara versus Prometheus, Captain Black and Jade over whether humanity deserves Hestia's help or if she should enable the gods to rise again.
  • Human Pet: Eris seems to think of Hak Foo as one. He doesn't like it.
  • Humans Are Bastards: It's debatable whether humanity needed to kill the gods after draining their powers, but nobody can defend their drunken party on Mount Olympus to celebrate the slaughter.
  • Humans Are the Real Monsters: Eris certainly believes this, since they killed her family.
  • Human Snowball: Vanessa, Kasahara, and Zhixin are all on the receiving end of this in chapter 9.
  • Ice-Cream Koan: Zhixin is full of these, to the annoyance of his teammates and later Team Chan.
  • Idiosyncratic Episode Naming: Chapters that focus on the revelation of a God's essence incorporates the name of said God with a phrase or a Shout-Out and a chapter that's part of that arc also have a pun based on the location (example: Agra-vation = aggravation).
  • Instantly Proven Wrong: Jade says that Tohru's relationship with his mother is better now... only for her to throw the door open hard enough to hit the wall and start yelling at him. The narration even lampshades it.
  • Ironic Echo: Jackie tries to tell Jade to not get involved in the brawl in Chapter 4 by stating, "It's a museum! Go learn something!" Not even a few paragraphs later:
    Jade: Did you know that Viking children could join their armies at age ten? I just learned that.
  • "I Know You're in There Somewhere" Fight: Jade and Uncle going up against the brainwashed Jackie and Tohru in Chapter 8. In Jade's case, she actually gets through and helps him break free of Zhixin's control.
  • Jerkass Gods: The Greek gods (barring Hestia) abused and ignored mortals, but humanity was still dependent on them until Prometheus gave them the power to adapt and improve on their own. The gods weren't happy when mankind's prayers and offerings petered out, and set them back with Pandora's amphora. When that failed, they tried to kill all the humans, but the humans killed them first.
  • "Just So" Story: Some of the chapters have myths in this way if the chapter ends up being too short.
  • Kneel Before Zod: The first thing Zhixin does after obtaining Hera's essence is to make everyone kneel before him.
  • Large Ham: Hak Foo, obviously.
  • Les Collaborateurs: Zhixin, Vanessa, and Origami know about Eris's plans for humanity, but are convinced to work for her by being promised that they will be spared from whatever she does to the rest of mankind, the power of the Olympian essences, and revenge on Jackie.
  • Lost in Character: Enforced, as Eris uses her Hate Plague to make the participants of a Civil War reenactment do so. The narration comments that it's lucky they use fake weapons.
  • MacGuffin Melee: Plenty of these, what with it being Jackie Chan Adventures.
  • Mad Libs Catch Phrase: Part of Zhixin's Ice-Cream Koan philosophies has him start with "Ancient Wisdom" then whatever piece of advice he wants to spout out. One of them even lampshades that he's quoting The Jungle Book.
  • Magitek: With the power of Hephaestus, Tohru's mother turns ordinary kitchen supplies and appliances into a functioning suit of Powered Armor, complete with a Jet Pack and an Arm Cannon.
  • Mêlée à Trois: Chapter 10 has a three-way fight between Eris, Uncle (wearing the Armor of the Gods), and Tohru's mother (possessed by Hephaestus' essence).
  • Mind Control: Zhixin, when possessing Hera's essence.
  • Missing Steps Plan: Eris fully admits that she's not 100% certain what she's going to do to humanity once she has the power of the essences, just that it'll be bad.
  • My Beloved Smother: Tohru's mother, as usual, to the point that Tohru blames her for the reason his dad left their family behind.
  • Mythology Gag: Jackie causing the entire plot to happen by releasing essences onto 12 different objects in an attempt to stop the bad guys from fighting? It's season 3 all over again!
  • Named by the Adaptation:
    • Zhixin (the monk from the Lotus temple episode) which he even lampshades when he introduces himself to Jackie.
    • Tohru's mother is given the name Shizu, while their surname is revealed to be Takagi.
  • Neutral No Longer: Hestia, the Neutral Female Greek Goddess, decides that she's no longer going to sit on the sidelines and the next three chapters after her introduction involve putting the good and bad guys on trial to see who Hestia will side with. It's ultimately interrupted, but she joins up with the heroes.
  • Nice Job Breaking It, Hero!: In the first chapter Jackie tries to get the three villains (Vanessa Barone, Origami and Zhixin) subdued by using the powers of the amphora (which causes people who look at it to want it and fight over it). Unfortunately, them plus the glow causing him, Uncle, Jade, Tohru and Captain Black to want it causes the amphora to crack, unleashing Eris and the other twelve gods that were sealed with her and essentially recreating a combination of Season 3 and 5 in the process.
    • Tohru's tirade with his mother causes the framed photo of him and his dad to break and the hammer that had Hephaestus' essence in it to drop. So when his mother needs to put it back up, she picks up that hammer...
  • Noodle Incident: During Hecate's tirade against Prometheus, she mentions something about fennel that caused the Olympian palace to smell like licorice for a month.
    • When Kasahara mentions Jackie once possessing Shendu's talismans, this surprises Eris as she once made a bet with the demon. Considering this is Eris we're talking about, her hanging out with Shendu is completely believable.
  • No-Self Buffs: Prometheus is a powerful Seer, but he cannot see the possible outcomes when he gets too personally involved.
  • No-Sell: In her first appearance, Eris shrugs off Uncle's blast, even though it had a triple dose of garlic powering it.
  • Order Versus Chaos: The main conflict of the story, really.
  • Ouroboros: A symbol of this is shown during the arc with Athena's powers. Jackie states that Uncle is mocking him, Tohru, Zhixin and Vanessa by stating that they're not going to win against him.
  • Outside-Context Problem: Uncle has little knowledge on how to fight Greek gods, as his expertise is in Asian magic. This is Played for Drama as his pride on being a powerful spellcaster having to ask Prometheus for help in casting Greek spells is what causes him to be possessed by Athena's essence.
  • Paper People: Kasahara can turn into this, hence his thief name, "Origami".
  • Parent with New Paramour: Tohru's mother has obtained a new boyfriend, much to Team Chan's shock.
  • Pass the Popcorn: The closing narrations to Chapter 3 has Green Phantom Queen munching on pork rinds (which she got from her trip to Thailand) and her fellow authors asking if she'll share. (Phantom Queen is a huge fan of this trope as shown by her works.)
  • Peacock Girl: Gender-flipped and played straight. Hera's symbol was a peacock but the host of her essence is the male Zhixin who gains a royal blue robe with peacock feathers.
  • Pint-Sized Powerhouse: Tohru's mom mops the floor with the heroes at the beginning of chapter 10, despite being barely taller than Jade.
  • Power Tattoo: Zhixin has markings on the palms of his hands that lets him fire energy blasts.
  • Reality Ensues:
    • Despite Jade being part of the action to stop Eris from unleashing chaos, she still has school to go through. Jackie is furious when Jade tanked her mid-term in Chapter 7, to the point that he prevents her from joining him, Uncle and Tohru to India.
    • Due to what happened to Zhixin at the end of the Athena arc (see Something We Forgot), he's very pissed off at his teammates and relishes in obtaining the power from Hera's essence (the ability to command people to do as he says).
    • Rather than using his divine foresight to find the man using the bayonet with the essence of Ares in a Civil War reenactment, Prometheus snaps a picture and uses the name tag on him and the pictures online about the reenactment.
  • Reality Warper: Part of Eris's tricks in creating chaos wherever she goes.
  • "The Reason You Suck" Speech: In chapter seven Jade spews out this on both Hestia and Prometheus, stating that despite how they're helping out against Eris, they're both two-faced and don't really have humanity's interest at heart.
  • Rival Turned Evil: Fans of the show know that Uncle and Tohru's mother aren't fans of each other. This comes to a boil when she merges with the essence of Hephaestus in chapters 9 and 10.
  • Rule of Funny: Neither Jackie, Uncle, nor Tohru can figure out how Scruffy managed to stow away on their flight to India, let alone how he managed to close the luggage compartment behind him. The only answer they can come up with is that Jade's dog must be as wily as Jade herself.
  • Sealed Evil in a Can: Eris and twelve Greek Gods were sealed inside the amphora Jackie finds in the beginning of the story. Though only Eris is still extant, the others having been reduced to semi-sentient essences that merge with hosts via artifacts related to personal symbols of the deities.
  • Seen It All: Eris isn't too surprised that Team Chan got Zeus' essence as she knows that they'll seal it up with all the other essences they obtain, thus making it all the easier for when she gets them back.
  • Seers: Prometheus, as the Titan of Foresight, can see possible futures, though he cannot perceive what will happen when he gets involved personally.
  • Secretly Wealthy: It turns out that Tohru's family is very rich.
  • Self-Deprecating Humor: Jade complains that 1984 ends with the main character brainwashed. The previous chapter ended exactly that way.
  • Ship Tease: Between Captain Black and Hestia. Jade even teases how Black has a crush.
  • Shock and Awe: Vanessa, with Zeus's essence.
  • Shout-Out:
    • At one point Jade has to read 1984 for school.
    • When Jade hears that the latest essence is that of Ares, the god of War, she immediately compares it to a certain video game.
  • Something Completely Different:
    • The main focus on Jackie Chan Adventures were from Asian roots (Shendu and the Talismans being Chinese and Tarakaudo and the Oni masks Japanese). Olympian Journey is based on Ancient Greece.
    • In Chapter 7, Scruffy is the stowaway this time, not Jade (as she's being forced to stay at Section 13 to prepare for a test retake).
  • Something We Forgot: Zhixin is Taken for Granite during the fight with the Athena essence-possessed Uncle, and afterwards everyone heads home, forgetting about him and leaving him behind. He's understandably angry at his cohorts for this when he reunites with them.
  • Strong Family Resemblance: A picture reveals that Tohru's father shares his thin eyebrows and strong jaws.
  • Supreme Chef: Hestia, as the goddess of home and hearth, is a very good cook.
  • Take That!:
    • In the author's notes for the first chapter, Green Phantom Queen notes that Myanmar is very slow on the uptake for democracy — as in sixty years slow — before telling people to look it up.
    • In the opening narrations to the second chapter, Green Phantom Queen states she doesn't keep her expectations high so she won't be disappointed (before making a remark about the ending to Yu-Gi-Oh! ARC-V).
    • In the closing narration to the seventh chapter, MultiplePersonas and PA2 remark that it's better for better quality updates slowly than terrible content quickly, citing James Patterson as a reference.
    • The fic has a bunch of these toward commercial airlines.
    • Jade is not a fan of the infamous Downer Ending of 1984, seeing it as a cop-out.
  • Taken for Granite: Tohru's mom attempts to do this to all of Japan by causing a Vesuvius-like eruption, so nobody in her family will leave her or fight.
  • Talking the Monster to Death: Tohru is ultimately able to talk down his mother into surrendering the essence of Hephaestus peacefully.
  • Teleporters and Transporters: Vanessa Barone is now capable of teleporting in short bursts, thanks to absorbing the powers of the Eye of Aurora.
  • Textile Work Is Feminine: Both averted and played straight when Uncle absorbs the essence of Athena. Uncle is male, but Athena was the goddess of the domestic arts, including weaving.
  • There Is No Kill Like Overkill: Jackie grounds Jade from going to India by sticking her in a straightjacket and chaining her to a dolly, and even before that he thinks that only Prometheus has a chance of keeping her from sneaking off.
  • Time Skip: The series starts about a year after the series ended.
  • Traintop Battle: Jackie fights Kasahara on top of a Japanese bullet train at one point.
  • Two Scenes, One Dialogue: The story as to how Eris got sealed in the first place is portrayed this way in chapter 2 with Uncle and Eris taking turns explaining it.
  • Villain Team-Up: Vanessa Barone, Zhixin and Origami team up together in order to get revenge on Jackie. And after Eris is released, they're recruited to serve as her muscle.
  • Voluntary Shapeshifting: Kasahara has this, sort of. He can transform into paper and fold himself up into different forms. Played straight with Eris, but she usually just uses it for physical comedy.
  • War Reenactors: Fittingly, Ares's essence ends up at a reenactment of the Second Battle of Fort Fisher during the Civil War. Black knows because the Civil War is a hobby of his and he remembered that it was the anniversary of the battle.
  • Weaksauce Weakness:
    • When Kasahara gets wet, he loses his powers until he can shake himself at least semi-dry.
    • Likewise, since Zhixin's powers comes from the marks on his palms, smearing them makes him unable to strike.
  • Wham Episode: Chapter 11. Not only is Hak Foo revealed to have joined Eris (and gained a magically enhanced form in the process), but Hestia's desperate attempt to commune with the spirits of the deceased gods goes wrong and leads to Tohru being fully possessed by Zeus, and Ares completely reincarnating.
  • Wham Line: During the museum exhibition in the first chapter, Jackie finds a scroll with Japanese writing on it. Jackie asks Tohru to translate it to read,
    Tohru: "Even the most well skilled thief can be caught, but the clever ones always escape. And when they do, it is only wise to seek out their enemies and avenge their honor. Isn't that right, Chan Jackie Chan?"
  • Whip It Good: Vanessa's weapon of choice.
  • Xanatos Gambit: As far as Eris is concerned, her side doesn't necessarily need to win the godly essences right away, as the chaos generated merely by fighting over them is enough to boost her own powers.


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