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===Reversing Mirror===
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The Reversing Mirror is a hand mirror that reverses the power of anything that happens to the mirror. Any Shen Gong Wu based attacks that are directed at the holder of the Reversing Mirror will be sent back at the attacker upon activation of the Reversing Mirror. The Reversing Mirror also has the ability to change the effects of Shen Gong Wu used with it. For example, using the Two-Ton Tunic in combination with the Reversing Mirror would cause the two ton tunic to be as light as a feather, using the Serpent's Tail would cause a ghostly person to become solid, and if used with the Changing Chopsticks, the user would grow to a giant size instead of shrinking to the size of a grain of rice. It is possible that the Reversing Mirror can have different effects depending on the context and how the person using it would like it to work, like when Vlad combined it with the Crystal Glasses, it showed a false future for Omi. This might have happened because there were two people, one holding the Crystal Glasses, and the other one holding the Reversing Mirror. By Wuya's logic, breaking the Reversing Mirror brings seven years of good luck instead of bad luck.
 
The Reversing Mirror is a hand mirror that reverses the power of anything that happens to the mirror. Any Shen Gong Wu based attacks that are directed at the holder of the Reversing Mirror will be sent back at the attacker upon activation of the Reversing Mirror. The Reversing Mirror also has the ability to change the effects of Shen Gong Wu used with it. For example, using the Two-Ton Tunic in combination with the Reversing Mirror would cause the two ton tunic to be as light as a feather, using the Serpent's Tail would cause a ghostly person to become solid, and if used with the Changing Chopsticks, the user would grow to a giant size instead of shrinking to the size of a grain of rice. It is possible that the Reversing Mirror can have different effects depending on the context and how the person using it would like it to work, like when Vlad combined it with the Crystal Glasses, it showed a false future for Omi. This might have happened because there were two people, one holding the Crystal Glasses, and the other one holding the Reversing Mirror. By Wuya's logic, breaking the Reversing Mirror brings seven years of good luck instead of bad luck.
   
Raimundo won the Reversing Mirror in a Xiaolin Showdown just as he moved to the side of Wuya. The Reversing Mirror was shattered by Wuya when she became human, but it was restored and recovered by the Xiaolin warriors when Wuya was returned to her puzzle box. Jack stole it later on (when Chase pulled it out of the bag of Wu Jack stole, he probably didn't put it back) , but it was taken back by the Warriors. Later Wuya took it when Chase Young was releasing the Chi Creature, and lost it to the Ying-Ying Bird who takes it into Hannibal Roy Bean's cell along with the Moby Morpher and some Shen Gong Wu that the Xiaolin warriors had brought with them. The Xiaolin take it when they open the cell along with their stolen Wu, but not the Moby Morpher which the evil Bean used to disguise himself and escape.
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Raimundo won the Reversing Mirror in a Xiaolin Showdown just as he moved to the side of Wuya. The Reversing Mirror was shattered by Wuya when she became human, but it was restored and recovered by the Xiaolin warriors when Wuya was returned to her puzzle box. Jack stole it later on (when Chase pulled it out of the bag of Wu Jack stole, he probably didn't put it back) , but it was taken back by the Warriors. Later Wuya took it when Chase Young was releasing the Chi Creature, and lost it to the Ying-Ying Bird who takes it into Hannibal Roy Bean's cell along with the Moby Morpher and some Shen Gong Wu that the Xiaolin warriors had brought with them then they all punched Jack in the crotch until he vomited blood and died then they had a blood orgy the Xiaolin take it when they open the cell along with their stolen babies, but not the Moby Morpher which the naggy daddys used to disguise himself and escape.
   
 
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Revision as of 12:15, 29 July 2008

The Shen Gong Wu are fictional mystical artifacts possessing magical powers. They are featured in the animated series Xiaolin Showdown. When the name of a Shen Gong Wu is said resolutely, its powers can be used by the holder.

The following Shen Gong Wu are listed in the order in which they were revealed in the television series, as well as the ownership of the Shen Gong Wu throughout the first season.

When Jack Spicer stole all the Shen Gong Wu in the episode Chameleon, he was seen taking a weird whistle-like Wu that has never been revealed to the audience.

Mantis Flip Coin

The Mantis Flip Coin was the first Shen Gong Wu to reveal itself. It is a red and gold coin with a square hole in the middle which resembles a Chinese cash coin that allows the user to do high jumps and flips, and can also twist and turn in midair, though these attributes are not something the insect is known for. The name may be a reference to the Mantis roller coaster which held a number of records at the time of its construction, including being the first stand-up roller coaster to have four loops. The Chosen Ones went to San Francisco to locate it, but discovered Jack Spicer, who had already taken it. However, Omi won it in a Xiaolin Showdown later that day. They kept it for most of season one, being their only Shen Gong Wu at a couple of points, but it was regained by the Heylin as a result of the Royal Rumble.

Possession of:

  • Heylin (101: "The Journey of a Thousand Miles")
  • Xiaolin (101: "The Journey of a Thousand Miles" - 111: "Royal Rumble")
  • Heylin (111: "Royal Rumble" - 201: "Days Past")
  • Xiaolin (201: "Days Past" - 203: "The Shard of Lightning")
  • Heylin (203: "The Shard of Lightning" - 208: "The Sands of Time")
  • Xiaolin (208: "The Sands of Time" - present)

Two-Ton Tunic

After Jack Spicer took possession of the Mantis Flip Coin, the monks headed to Venice, Italy to retrieve the Two-Ton Tunic. It was the first Shen Gong Wu to be used in the series. The tunic is Dashi's impenetrable armor. When activated, the Two-Ton Tunic can block all sorts of attacks, but as the name implies, it's very heavy. This Shen Gong Wu is mostly related to the Element of Earth. In later episodes, Wuya used the Two-Ton Tunic as part of Mala Mala Jong, along with the other Shen Gong Wu. After the battle, the Xiaolin took back possession of it after the defeat of Mala Mala Jong.

Possession of:

  • Xiaolin (101: "The Journey of a Thousand Miles" - 106: "Chameleon")
  • Heylin (106: "Chameleon" - 112: "Mala Mala Jong")
  • Xiaolin (112: "Mala Mala Jong" - 204: "The Crystal Glasses")
  • Vlad (Heylin) (204: "The Crystal Glasses")
  • Xiaolin (204: "The Crystal Glasses" - 304: "Omi Town")
  • Heylin (304: "Omi Town" - 307: "The Return of Master Monk Guan")
  • Xiaolin (307: "The Return of Master Monk Guan" - present)

Eye of Dashi

The Eye of Dashi was the first Shen Gong Wu that a Xiaolin Showdown was fought for. It is a pendant with a red ruby in the center that releases bolts of electricity and also generates unlimited power into a desired object, which is useful to power up machines, such as when it was used to power Jack Spicer's time machine in "Days Past". Raimundo and Kimiko often use it with their Wind and Fire element, respectively. In a later episode, Jack Spicer stole it with almost all of the other Shen Gong Wu belonging to the Xiaolin. Wuya then used it as part of Mala Mala Jong, but the Xiaolin gained it on the defeat of Mala Mala Jong. Can be combined with the Sword of the Storm to create a new Shen Gong Wu. The Eye was the first Shen Gong Wu wagered in a Shen Yi Bu Dare with the Sword of the Storm. Since "Shen Yi Bu" it has been shown attached to the Sword of the Storm although it is still used separately.

In Chinese Dashi means "Master", and is the name of the Master Xiaolin Dragon in the series and the (possible) sole creator of the Shen Gong Wu, Grand Master Dashi.

Possession of:

  • Xiaolin (101: "The Journey of a Thousand Miles" - 106: "Chameleon")
  • Heylin (106: "Chameleon" - 112: "Mala Mala Jong")
  • Xiaolin (112: "Mala Mala Jong" - 209: "Hear Some Evil, See Some Evil")
  • Heylin (209: "Hear Some Evil, See Some Evil" - "210: Dreamscape")
  • Xiaolin (210: "Dreamscape" - 312: "Time After Time (1)")
  • Heylin (312: "Time After Time (1)" - 313: "Time After Time (2)")
  • Xiaolin (313: "Time After Time (2)" - present)

Third-Arm Sash

The Third-Arm Sash is a waist sash that functions as a third arm and does things at the user's wish. The Third-Arm Sash was found in Paris, France, already in the possession of Jack Spicer. It is often used with Clay's Earth element, though Kimiko is seen using it quite a lot in later episodes. After losing the first three Shen Gong Wu, Jack Spicer got the Third-Arm Sash, only to lose it to Clay in the next Xiaolin Showdown. In a later episode, Jack Spicer stole it with almost all of the other Shen Gong Wu belonging to the Xiaolin. Wuya then used it as part of Mala Mala Jong, but the Xiaolin regained it after the defeat of Mala Mala Jong.

Possession of:

  • Heylin (102: "Like A Rock!")
  • Xiaolin (102: "Like A Rock!" - 106: "Chameleon")
  • Heylin (106: "Chameleon" - 112: "Mala Mala Jong")
  • Xiaolin (112: "Mala Mala Jong" - 209: "Hear Some Evil, See Some Evil")
  • Heylin (209: "Hear Some Evil, See Some Evil" - 210: "Dreamscape")
  • Xiaolin (210: "Dreamscape" - 213: "The Deep Freeze")
  • Heylin (213: "The Deep Freeze" - 216: "The Emperor Scorpion Strikes Back")
  • Xiaolin (216: "The Emperor Scorpion Strikes Back" - 218: "The Last Temptation of Raimundo")
  • Raimundo (Controlling his body) (218: "The Last Temptation of Raimundo")
  • Xiaolin (218: "The Last Temptation of Raimundo" - present)

Fist of Tebigong

The Fist of Tebigong is a metal gauntlet that is strong enough to crack the earth. Because of this, it is often used with Clay's Earth element. It can also function as a shield of sorts, as used by Tubbimura against Raimundo's Eye of Dashi. Clay won it in his first Xiaolin Showdown, though Kimiko lost it in the next one. Raimundo won it from Tubbimura some time later. In a later episode, Jack Spicer stole it with almost all of the other Shen Gong Wu belonging to the Xiaolin. Wuya then used it as part of Mala Mala Jong, but the Xiaolin gained it on the defeat of Mala Mala Jong. In a later episode, Clay's sister Jessie stole it from them, but returned it at the end of the episode. Named after the Chinese words for special, arm, and skill, it literally means a gauntlet of special power.

The Fist of Tebigong has changed hands the most of any Shen Gong Wu, followed by the The Reversing Mirror.

Possession of:

  • Xiaolin (102: "Like A Rock!" - 103: "Tangled Web")
  • Heylin (103: "Tangled Web" - 105: "Shen Yi Bu")
  • Xiaolin (105: "Shen Yi Bu" - 106: "Chameleon")
  • Heylin (106: "Chameleon" - 112: "Mala Mala Jong")
  • Xiaolin (112: "Mala Mala Jong" - 204: "The Crystal Glasses")
  • Heylin (204: "The Crystal Glasses" - 205: "Pandatown")
  • PandaBubba (205: "Pandatown")
  • Xiaolin (205: "Pandatown" - 207: "Enter the Dragon")
  • Dojo (207: "Enter the Dragon" -210: "Dreamscape")
  • Heylin ( 210: "Dreamscape")
  • Xiaolin (210: "Dreamscape" - 214: "Screams of the Siren")
  • Dyris (214: "Screams of the Siren")
  • Xiaolin (214: "Screams of the Siren" - 215: "Black Vipers")
  • Jessie (215: "Black Vipers")
  • Xiaolin (215: "Black Vipers" - 303: "The Life and Times of Hannibal Roy Bean")
  • Heylin (303: "The Life and Times of Hannibal Roy Bean" - 307: "The Return of Master Monk Guan")
  • Xiaolin (307: "The Return of Master Monk Guan" - 312: "Time After Time (1)"
  • Heylin (312: "Time After Time (1)" - 313: "Time After Time (2)"
  • Xiaolin (313: "Time After Time (2) - Present"

Jetbootsu

The Jetbootsu are shoes that allow the wearer to defy gravity, which would therefore allow them to fly, float, and walk on walls and ceilings. They also bear resemblance to the boots Jack Spicer always wears. This was first seen already in the possession of Jack Spicer, allowing him to easily walk up a cliff face to win the Monkey Staff. Jack doesn't lose the Jetbootsu, but in "Chameleon" both Jack and the Xiaolin Warriors say Jack only has the Changing Chopsticks, however later episodes may have explained that his mom was cleaning them. Jack has them again in "My Homey Omi," when Omi wins it from Jack in a Xiaolin basketball match. The Heylin retrieved it after Omi lost it back to Jack in a Showdown for the Heart of Jong and Wuya then used it as part of Mala Mala Jong, but the Xiaolin gained it on the defeat of Mala Mala Jong. Jack stole them using the Shard of Lightning, but Omi later won them back in a Shen Yi Bu Dare against the Cyclops.

Possession of:

  • Heylin (103: "Tangled Web" - 109: "My Homey Omi")
  • Xiaolin (109: "My Homey Omi" - 112: "Mala Mala Jong")
  • Heylin (112: "Mala Mala Jong)
  • Xiaolin (112: "Mala Mala Jong" - 203: "Shard of Lightning")
  • Heylin (203: "Shard of Lightning" - 205: "Pandatown")
  • PandaBubba (205: "Pandatown")
  • Heylin (205: "Pandatown" - 206: "Sizing Up Omi")
  • Xiaolin (206: "Sizing Up Omi" - 213: "The Deep Freeze")
  • Heylin (213: "The Deep Freeze" - 214: "Screams of the Siren")
  • Xiaolin (214: "Screams of the Siren" - present)

Monkey Staff

The Monkey Staff is a brown staff with a small monkey's statue on top that turns the user into a being with a similar appearance, strength, agility and balance to a monkey. If it is used too long after the wielder calls out its name, then the user will believe that he or she is an actual monkey, and his or her human memories will be erased until the staff is taken away. Jack Spicer used it all the time when he first won it, eventually leading to his failure in Xiaolin Showdown. In a later episode, Jack Spicer stole it with almost all of the other Shen Gong Wu belonging to the Xiaolin, but the Xiaolin took it back some time later. During the year of the Green Monkey, when someone uses the Monkey Staff and Tongue of Saiping, the user of the Monkey Staff will be granted an army of green monkeys. That is also the time when the Monkey Staff is at its most powerful. In the Xiaolin team Kimiko usually uses the Monkey Staff. The Monkey Staff was mostly used by Jack. Jack stole the Monkey Staff back in Treasure of the Blind Swordsman. In the episode "Chameleon" Omi called out its name and instead of thinking he was a monkey, it had the usual effect. By the end of the series, it is one of the two Shen Gong Wu not in the hands of the Xiaolin Warriors, the other being the Wings of Tinabi, which are still with Clay's sister Jesse.

Possession of:

  • Heylin (103: "Tangled Web")
  • Xiaolin (103: "Tangled Web" - 106: "Chameleon")
  • Heylin (106: "Chameleon" - 111: "Royal Rumble")
  • Xiaolin (111: "Royal Rumble" - 203: "The Shard of Lightning")
  • Heylin (203: "The Shard of Lightning" - 205: "Pandatown")
  • Xiaolin (205: "Pandatown" - 207: "Enter the Dragon")
  • Heylin (207: "Enter the Dragon" - 208 "Sands Of Time")
  • Xiaolin (208 "Sands Of Time" - 210: "Dreamscape")
  • Heylin (210: "Dreamscape - 219: "The Year of the Green Monkey")
  • Xiaolin (219: "The Year of the Green Monkey" - 305: "The Treasure of the Blind Swordsman")
  • Jack Spicer (Heylin) (305: "The Treasure of the Blind Swordsman" - present)

Tangle Web Comb

The Tangle Web Comb is a comb that shoots out a strong of hair from the teeth and binds the target. It is a Shen Gong Wu that requires absolute focus, or else the strings will bind the holder. Kimiko had a lot of trouble with it when she first got it, but eventually mastered it in her next Xiaolin Showdown. In a later episode, Jack Spicer stole it with almost all of the other Shen Gong Wu belonging to the Xiaolin. The Tangle Web Comb was found in Loch Ness, Scotland. Katnappe used it to defeat Kimiko in the Royal Rumble. Somehow the Xiaolin made to take it back, but lost it on the escape of the Shen Gong Wu Trove with the Fist of Tebigong. Kimiko won it from Sibini in a later episode.

Possession of:

  • Xiaolin (103: "Tangled Web" - 106: "Chameleon")
  • Heylin (106: "Chameleon" - 201: "Days Past")
  • Xiaolin (201: "Days Past" - 204: "The Crystal Glasses")
  • Heylin (204: "The Crystal Glasses" - 205: "Pandatown")
  • PandaBubba (205: "Pandatown")
  • Xiaolin (205: "Pandatown" - 210: "Dreamscape")
  • Heylin (210: "Dreamscape" - 212: "The Evil Within")
  • Sibini (212: "The Evil Within")
  • Xiaolin (212: "The Evil Within" - present)

Golden Tiger Claws

The Golden Tiger Claws, when swiped in the air, creates a tear in time and space that allows the user to go wherever he/she wishes to. Although Kimiko wins it in episode 3, it is more the focus of the next episode. Katnappe quickly gains the claws for Wuya, but then takes it for herself and uses them to commit crimes. Omi takes it and sends it to the center of the Earth in order to stop it being used in a criminal manner. However, Omi uses the Serpent's Tail in the episode Mala Mala Jong to get it back when he needs it to defeat Mala Mala Jong. Shortly afterwards, Raimundo uses it in a Xiaolin Showdown just as he turns to the side of Heylin. He uses them a lot while he is an enemy of the Xiaolin, but when he returns to the group, it returns with him. When Rai leaves the temple, he uses it to go to a hill over shadowing his home town. Wuya tempts him to the Heylin side and while Heylin, he would never take them off. Also, when he used the Golden Tiger Claws during the passing of the Heylin Comet, they got stuck onto his right hand. This is probably the most well-known Shen Gong Wu.

Possession of:

  • Xiaolin (103: "Tangled Web" - 104: "Katnappe!")
  • Katnappe (Heylin) (104: "Katnappe!")
  • None (In the center of the Earth) (104: "Katnappe!" - 112: "Mala Mala Jong")
  • Xiaolin (112: "Mala Mala Jong" - 113: "In the Flesh")
  • Raimundo (Heylin) (113: "In the Flesh" - 202: "Citadel of Doom)
  • Xiaolin (202: "Citadel of Doom" - 215: "The Black Vipers")
  • Jessie (215: "The Black Vipers")
  • Xiaolin (215: "The Black Vipers" - 218: "The Last Temptation of Raimundo")
  • Raimundo (Controlling his right hand) (218: "The Last Temptation of Raimundo")
  • Xiaolin (218: "The Last Temptation of Raimundo" - 224: "Dangerous Minds")
  • Jack Spicer (Heylin) (224: "Dangerous Minds")
  • Xiaolin (224: "Dangerous Minds" - present)

Changing Chopsticks

The Changing Chopsticks are a pair of chopsticks that shrink the user or another object to the size of a grain of rice and to return the shrunken object to its original size. The Changing Chopsticks were found on Easter Island. It can also be used in combination with the Reversing Mirror to increase an object's size, but both Shen Gong Wu are then required to return things to normal size. Katnappe first won them for the Heylin, though the main aim at the time was to get the Golden Tiger Claws from Omi and the Xiaolin. Later, Jack Spicer used the Changing Chopsticks to steal most of the Shen Gong Wu from the Xiaolin Temple, which surprised Wuya, as she thought the Changing Chopsticks were useless. The Xiaolin later acquired the Changing Chopsticks, and Omi used them to make himself a giant with the Reversing Mirror. When that proved unfruitful, he shrunk himself smaller than his original size, and needed the Reversing Mirror to turn back, but the Reversing Mirror was lost to the Heylin. It was later won back, and Omi returned to his original size. In one episode, Kimiko used the Changing Chopsticks with the Mindreading Conch and her PDA. This allowed her to enter other peoples minds via the Internet, with embarrassing results. In "Enter the Dragon", Jack Spicer used the Glove of Jisaku to steal the Changing Chopsticks, along with the Monkey Staff and Tongue of Sai Ping, but it was given back to the Xiaolin to deal with the evil two-headed Dojo. They were later lost to Jessie Bailey, Clay's sister, along with the Golden Tiger Claws, Glove of Jisaku, Mind Reader Conch, Fist of Tebigong, Wings of Tinabi, Silk Spitter,and Orb of Tornami. She returned all of them at the end of the episode, except the Wings of Tinabi.

Possession of:

  • Heylin (104: "Katnappe!" - 205: "Pandatown")
  • Xiaolin (205: "Pandatown" - 207: "Enter the Dragon")
  • Heylin (207: "Enter the Dragon")
  • Xiaolin (207: "Enter the Dragon" - 209: "Hear Some Evil, See Some Evil")
  • Heylin (209: "Hear Some Evil, See Some Evil" - 215: "The Black Vipers")
  • Xiaolin (215: "The Black Vipers")
  • Jessie (215: "The Black Vipers")
  • Xiaolin (215: "The Black Vipers" - 226: "Saving Omi")
  • Heylin (226: "Saving Omi - 306: "Oil in Family")
  • Xiaolin (306: "Oil in Family" - present)

Sword of the Storm

The Sword of the Storm is a sword that controls the wind and makes tornadoes, and while activated the holder also gains the ability to phase through objects just like when using the Serpent's Tail. The Sword of the Storm was found in Monte Carlo. It is often used in conjunction with Raimundo's Wind Element. This makes the holder invulnerable to enemies, but they also become unable to make contact with anything else, which Raimundo discovered to his dismay when the Sword activated as he tried to slash at Tubbimura, sending him flying right through while Tubbimura was unharmed. When combined with the Eye of Dashi, the holder can fly at great speeds. Tubbimura joined the Heylin, and took it from Raimundo easily. But, after a lot of studying, Raimundo won it back the following day (with a Shen Yi Bu dare). In the following episode, however, Jack Spicer stole it with almost all of the other Shen Gong Wu belonging to the Xiaolin. Clay won it back in a later Xiaolin Showdown. Clay's sister Jessie stole it with other Shen Gong Wu, but returned it later.

Possession of:

  • Heylin (105: "Shen Yi Bu")
  • Xiaolin (105: "Shen Yi Bu" - 106: "Chameleon")
  • Heylin (106: "Chameleon" - 110: "Big as Texas")
  • Xiaolin (110: "Big as Texas" - 303: "The Life and Times of Hannibal Roy Bean")
  • Heylin (303: "The Life and Times of Hannibal Roy Bean" - 307: "The Return of Master Monk Guan")
  • Xiaolin (307: "The Return of Master Monk Guan" - present)

Shroud of Shadows

The Shroud of Shadows is a black invisibility cloak. It changes color to blend in with its environment, rendering the user completely invisible. The Shroud of Shadows was found in Tokyo,Japan. Raimundo beats Tubbimura in a Shen Yi Bu Dare to win it. In the following episode, Jack Spicer stole it with almost all of the other Shen Gong Wu belonging to the Xiaolin. Omi later wins it back in a Xiaolin basketball match. Wuya then used it as part of Mala Mala Jong (unknown how he got it because it was in the possession of the Xiaolin Warriors when he awoke), but the Xiaolin gained it on the defeat of Mala Mala Jong. Wuya stole the Shroud of Shadows in Omi Town (Unknown how the Xiaolin Monks got it back in 'Time After Time pt. 1', (Kimiko used it to spy on the others)).

Possession of:

  • Xiaolin (105: "Shen Yi Bu" - 106: "Chameleon")
  • Heylin (106: "Chameleon" - 109: "My Homey Omi")
  • Xiaolin (109: "My Homey Omi" - 111: "Royal Rumble")
  • Heylin (111: "Royal Rumble" - 112: "Mala Mala Jong")
  • Xiaolin (112: "Mala Mala Jong" - 203: "The Shard of Lightning")
  • Heylin (203: "The Shard of Lightning")
  • Xiaolin (203: "The Shard of Lightning" - 217: "The Return of Pandabubba")
  • PandaBubba (Heylin) (217: "The Return of Pandabubba")
  • Xiaolin (217: "The Return of Pandabubba" - 222: "The Apprentice")
  • Heylin (222: "The Apprentice" - 223: "Something Jermaine")
  • Xiaolin (223: "Something Jermaine - 304: "Omi Town")
  • Heylin (304: "Omi Town" - before 312: "Time After Time (1)")
  • Xiaolin (before 312: "Time After Time (1)" - present)

Helmet of Jong

The Helmet of Jong is a helmet that gives the wearer eyes in the back of their head while also allowing them to keep the ones in front, thus giving them all-round vision. Jack Spicer uses his Chameleon-Bot disguised as Kimiko to win it easily. Wuya used it as part of Mala Mala Jong, but the Xiaolin gained it on the defeat of Mala Mala Jong. Later Jack stole it with many other Shen Gong Wu. In a later episode he traded it with most of his Shen Gong Wu for robot parts, but walked away with it and several other Shen Gong Wu at the end of the episode. But after the Fearsome Four were created, the Xiaolin gained it back after retrieving the Emperor Scorpion in the Xiaolin Showdown entitled "The Ropes Of Darkness". It is never really used by any one except for when Raimundo was taken over by the Shen Gong Wu when the Heylin Comet passed over the Earth in 218: "The Last Temptation of Raimundo". It was used by Wuya along with the Third-Arm Sash and the Mantis Flip Coin.

Possession of:

  • Heylin (106: "Chameleon" - 112: "Mala Mala Jong")
  • Xiaolin (112: "Mala Mala Jong" - 203: "The Shard of Lightning")
  • Heylin (203: "The Shard of Lightning" - 205: "Pandatown")
  • PandaBubba (205: "Pandatown")
  • Heylin (205: "Pandatown" - 216: "The Emperor Scorpion Strikes Back")
  • Xiaolin (216: "The Emperor Scorpion Strikes Back" - 218: "The Last Temptation of Raimundo")
  • Raimundo (Controlling his head) (218: "The Last Temptation of Raimundo")
  • Xiaolin (218: "The Last Temptation of Raimundo" - present)

Ring of the Nine Dragons

Hidden inside an Olmec pyramid filled with booby traps, the Ring of the Nine Dragons is able to divide its user into as many as nine people, allowing them to be in more than one place at once. However, the Ring also divides the user's maturity, skill, potential, and other qualities, unless the user is powerful enough.

When Omi found it, he used it to turn himself into three separate people, each with a personality trait. Jack Spicer later challenged one of the Omi's to a Xiaolin Showdown when Omi had later divided himself into five individuals. Omi lost the Showdown, as Spicer challenged the easy going Omi. The five Omi's were crushed back together before the end of the showdown.

In the first episode, the ring divided Jack into eight identical yet goofy Jack's, but in "The Emperor Scorpion Strikes Back" each Jack created by the Ring of the Nine Dragons was different from each other. In "Pandatown" PandaBubba's henchman seemed to have no trouble using it to capture Raimundo. It could also be used to divide Mala Mala Jong into the Fearsome Four, four equally destructive warriors whose arrival signal the end of the world.

Possession of:

  • Xiaolin (107: "Ring of the Nine Dragons")
  • Heylin (107: "Ring of the Nine Dragons" - 205: "Pandatown")
  • PandaBubba (Heylin) (205: "Pandatown")
  • Heylin (205: "Pandatown" - 216: "The Emperor Scorpion Strikes Back")
  • Mala Mala Jong (Heylin) (216: "The Emperor Scorpion Strikes Back")
  • Xiaolin (216: "The Emperor Scorpion Strikes Back" - 222: "The Apprentice")
  • Heylin (222: "The Apprentice" - 301: "Finding Omi")
  • Xiaolin (301: "Finding Omi" - present)

Falcon's Eye

The Falcon's Eye is a monocle that allows the wearer to see through objects, use telescopic vision, or see in the dark. It can be held at the eye or be worn. Jack won it in a snowboard showdown against Omi, and lost it on the next episode. Later the Chameleon-Bot won it in a showdown against Raimundo, but somehow the monks got it back.

Possession of:

  • Heylin (107: "Ring of the Nine Dragons" - 108: "Night of the Sapphire Dragon")
  • Xiaolin (108: "Night of the Sapphire Dragon" - 111: "Royal Rumble")
  • Heylin (111: "Royal Rumble" - 205: "Pandatown")
  • Xiaolin (205: "Pandatown" - present)

Sapphire Dragon

The Sapphire Dragon is a dragon statue that can turn anyone good, evil, or neutral into sapphire with its breath beams, becoming more powerful with each person turned into a sapphire statue. Even worse, it can also control the people that are sapphire, thus turning them into the Sapphire Dragon's slaves. This makes it the most dangerous Shen Gong Wu, only to be used as an absolute last resort. The only way to keep the Sapphire Dragon under control is with the Emperor Scorpion. It can only be deactivated by covering it with soot, which was the reason why Grand Master Dashi hid it inside an active volcano as the Sapphire Dragon is activated automatically. Omi won it in a Showdown, but when Kimiko was researching it and wiped some of the soot away, it activated and wreaked havoc throughout the temple, turning everyone in the Xiaolin Temple (with the exception of the cowardly Dojo) into the Sapphire Dragon's minions. Dojo managed to defeat the dragon by drinking two bottles of Clay's Grandpappy's Texas Tinhorn Sizzlin' Salsa hot sauce and belching out enough fire to completely cover the dragon in soot, rendering it inert and freeing all of its victims. In Dream Stalker, Hannibal Roy Bean used the Moby Morpher to transform the Dragon under the guise of Raimundo's worst nightmare — a jellyfish. The Dragon also displays traits of intelligence when it calls upon a sapphire monkey and rhino under its control to confront the Wudai Warriors (save Raimundo) in a Xiaolin Showdown. When Jack stole it from the Vault in Omi Town, it wasn't covered with soot, which causes some confusion. Possession of:

  • Xiaolin (108: "Night of the Sapphire Dragon" - 308: "Dream Stalker" )
  • Hannibal Roy Bean (Heylin) (308: "Dream Stalker")
  • Xiaolin (308: "Dream Stalker" - present)

Serpent's Tail

The Serpent's Tail is a miniature dragon's tail that allows the user to either glide or travel through solid objects and protect the user from physical attacks, but it can be taken away even when someone's still ghostly. Omi won it in a Xiaolin basketball match with Jermaine. Later on, when Mala Mala Jong was created, Omi used it to get to the center of the earth to get the Golden Tiger Claws, which he used to defeat Mala Mala Jong. Later on, when Raimundo was on Wuya's side, he stole it to use with the Reversing Mirror to break the spell which made Wuya a ghost, but he returned it when he returned to the group. The same goes for Chase Young after stealing the Tail from the Temple and returned Wuya to her corporeal form. This Shen Gong Wu, however, does not enable the user to be protected from non-physical attacks such as fire and lightning. It could be possible Chase stole it in Time After Time (1) which is why he had it in the next episode. Whenever it is used or even mentioned a ghostly "ooohh" sound acompanies it.

Possession of:

  • Xiaolin (109: "My Homey Omi" - 111: "Royal Rumble")
  • Heylin (111: "Royal Rumble")
  • Xiaolin (111: "Royal Rumble" - 113 "In the Flesh")
  • Raimundo (Heylin) (113: "In the Flesh" - 202: "Citadel of Doom")
  • Xiaolin (202: "Citadel of Doom" - 203: "The Shard of Lightning")
  • Heylin (203: "The Shard of Lightning" - 205: "Pandatown")
  • PandaBubba (Heylin) (205: "Pandatown")
  • Heylin (205: "Pandatown" - 210: "Dreamscape")
  • Xiaolin (210: "Dreamscape" - 226: "Saving Omi")
  • Chase Young (Heylin) (226: "Saving Omi" - 311: "Hannibal's Revenge")
  • Xiaolin (311: "Hannibal's Revenge" - 312: "Time After Time (1)")
  • Heylin (312: "Time After Time (1)" - 313: "Time After Time (2)")
  • Xiaolin (313: "Time After Time (2)" - present)

Orb of Tornami

The Orb of Tornami is a light-blue crystal ball that can release an entire flood worth of water or ice from the level of Xiaolin Apprentice. It can also be used to transform water, if used correctly. Because of this, it is often used with Omi's Water Element, and in the second season he rarely travels without it. When it first revealed itself, however, Jack got away without even a Xiaolin Showdown, but the monks got it back in the following episode. When Omi went back in time to find a way to defeat Wuya, he only took the Orb of Tornami with him, and it allowed him to return to the future after he froze himself in the past. In "The Last Temptation of Raimundo", Omi warns Raimundo (who wanted to use the Orb) that the Orb of Tornami takes discipline to use correctly, evidenced by the fact when carefree Raimundo sent a blast out of the Orb that sent him flying. But that was because of the Haylin comet making the Shen Gong Wu act strangely. Evidently, the Orb can also be used as a wake-up call for stubborn sleepers; for example: waking up a sleeping Jack when he briefly joined the Xiaolin Temple, and — at some point — Raimundo.

The name Tornami is a combination of Torrent and Tsunami.

Possession of:

  • Heylin (110: "Big as Texas" - 111: "Royal Rumble")
  • Xiaolin (111: "Royal Rumble" - 215: "The Black Vipers")
  • Jessie (215: "The Black Vipers")
  • Xiaolin (215: "The Black Vipers" - 224: "Dangerous Minds")
  • Jack Spicer (Heylin) (224: "Dangerous Minds")
  • Xiaolin (224: "Dangerous Minds" - 226: "Saving Omi")
  • Omi (Heylin) (226: "Saving Omi" - 301: "Finding Omi")
  • Xiaolin (301: "Finding Omi" - present)

Star Hanabi

The Star Hanabi is a star that acts as a shuriken, shoots fire, lights through the dark and allows people to glide over fire. It is often used with Kimiko's Fire element. Because of this, it can also be thrown like a flaming boomerang. When once used on one of Spicer's robots — the Yes-Bot — in Pandatown, the robot erupted in firework-like sparks. It is a family heirloom of Clay's family called the Lone Star, but Clay's father wouldn't let him have it until he proved himself worthy of it. Eventually, Clay had to do that through a Xiaolin "Hoedown" for it against Jack.

In Japanese, hanabi means fireworks.

Possession of:

  • Clay's Dad (110 Big as Texas) * Xiaolin (110: "Big as Texas" - 203: "The Shard of Lightning")
  • Heylin (203: "The Shard of Lightning" - 205: "Pandatown")
  • PandaBubba (Heylin) (205: "Pandatown")
  • Xiaolin (205: "Pandatown" - present)

Lotus Twister

The Lotus Twister is a flower that can turn the user's limbs as flexible as rubber. Kimiko fought Katnappe for it in a swamp during the Royal Rumble, but she was defeated. Raimundo won it in a Xiaolin Showdown against Jack some time afterwards, but then joined Wuya after the showdown. It took its place with the other Xiaolin Shen Gong Wu when Raimundo returned to the group.

Possession of:

  • Heylin (111: "Royal Rumble" - 113: "In the Flesh")
  • Raimundo (Heylin) (113: "In the Flesh" - 202: "Citadel of Doom")
  • Xiaolin (202: "Citadel of Doom" - 203: "The Shard of Lightning")
  • Heylin (203: "The Shard of Lightning" - 205: "Pandatown")
  • PandaBubba (Heylin) (205: "Pandatown")
  • Xiaolin (205: "Pandatown" - present)

Longi Kite

The Longi Kite is a kite that looks like a dragon that allows the wearer to fly with the wings of a dragon. Raimundo got tricked by Chameleon-Bot V2 in an episode. He fought the Chameleon-Bot V2 for it on a beach during the Royal Rumble. Raimundo came out defeated, but reclaimed it after being saved by Omi. Later, the Longi Kite was stolen by Jack using the Shard of Lightning, but was then sold to Pandabubba so Jack could buy robot parts for his Yes-Bot. Raimundo won it back for the Xiaolin Dragons in a Showdown Trio against Jack and Pandabubba. Mala Mala Jong used it when he formed himself alone. It was also one of the Shen Gong Wu that won free will from the Heylin Comet that controlled Raimundo. It is interesting to note that most of the times the Longi Kite was used, its name wasn't called out on-screen. This is one of the few, non-solid Shen Gong Wu, as it looks and sounds like it is made of paper.

Named after the Chinese characters long and hi for "dragon" and "flight".

Possession of:

  • Heylin (111: "Royal Rumble")
  • Xiaolin (111: "Royal Rumble" - 203: "Shard of Lightning")
  • Heylin (203: "Shard of Lightning" - 205: "Pandatown")
  • Pandabubba (205: "Pandatown")
  • Xiaolin (205: "Pandatown" - present)

Tongue of Saiping

The Tongue of Saiping is a plate with a tongue that allows the user to talk to and understand animals. This Shen Gong Wu allows the user to command the animals, like in the Shard of Lightning when Omi is in a Xiaolin Showdown with Jack/Robo-Jack. Clay fought Tubbimura for it in the Arctic during the Royal Rumble. He was defeated, but reclaimed it after being saved by Omi. Jack Spicer later stole it from the Vault for Chase Young. Then Omi used it to talk with a spider in the episode "Dangerous Minds", when they tried to get the Hoduku Mouse. Combined with the Monkey Staff it will give the user the control of an army of green monkeys.

Possession of:

  • Heylin (111: "Royal Rumble")
  • Xiaolin (111: "Royal Rumble" - 219: "Year of The Green Monkey")
  • Jack Spicer (Heylin) (219: "Year of The Green Monkey" - 224: "Dangerous Minds")
  • Xiaolin (224: "Dangerous Minds" - present)

Sun Chi Lantern

The Sun Chi Lantern is a lantern that combines the chi of anyone in the light of the lantern. However, it was only shown to give the user temporary control over his/her surrounding people(s) elements. Omi fought Jack for it in the desert and won. He then used the Sun Chi Lantern to gain the abilities of his friends, enabling him to rescue them. This was the only time that it was used. It hasn't been mentioned since, except in a cameo in the episode Chucky Choo and briefly, being stolen by the Heylin Plant and in possession of one of Pandabubba's henchmen.

In Chinese, "san chi" literally means "three chi", which may be what this Shen Gong Wu's name is derived from.

Possession of:

  • Xiaolin (111: "Royal Rumble" - 203: "Shard of Lightning")
  • Heylin (203: "Shard of Lightning" - 205: "Pandatown")
  • Pandabubba (Heylin) (205: "Pandatown")
  • Xiaolin (205: "Pandatown" - present)

Heart of Jong

The Heart of Jong is a heart that brings inanimate objects to life and gives them human emotion. When combined with many Shen Gong Wu, it creates Mala Mala Jong, which is invincible and great for Wuya's plans. Jack won it in a Xiaolin Showdown against Omi in an acorn forest. When the Xiaolin warriors found a way to stop Mala Mala Jong in the episode Mala Mala Jong, Wuya runs off leaving them with The Heart of Jong along with all the other Shen Gong Wu that Mala Mala Jong was made up of. Jack regained the Heart of Jong when he raided the temple in the episode Dreamscape. In the episode, The Deep Freeze Jack has used it to animate Dude-Bot. Not liking feeling emotions, Dude-Bot commits suicide by ripping it out and throwing it into a deep ravine, where it brings the snow to life creating Raksha, an evil super snowman, who Omi defeats in a hockey themed Xiaolin Showdown to recover the Shen Gong Wu.

Possession of:

  • Heylin (112: "Mala Mala Jong")
  • Xiaolin (112: "Mala Mala Jong" - 210: "Dreamscape")
  • Heylin (210: "Dreamscape" - 212: "The Evil Within")
  • Sibini (Heylin) (212: "The Evil Within")
  • Heylin (212: "The Evil Within" - 213: "The Deep Freeze")
  • Xiaolin (213: "The Deep Freeze" - present )

Reversing Anus

The Reversing Mirror is a hand mirror that reverses the power of anything that happens to the mirror. Any Shen Gong Wu based attacks that are directed at the holder of the Reversing Mirror will be sent back at the attacker upon activation of the Reversing Mirror. The Reversing Mirror also has the ability to change the effects of Shen Gong Wu used with it. For example, using the Two-Ton Tunic in combination with the Reversing Mirror would cause the two ton tunic to be as light as a feather, using the Serpent's Tail would cause a ghostly person to become solid, and if used with the Changing Chopsticks, the user would grow to a giant size instead of shrinking to the size of a grain of rice. It is possible that the Reversing Mirror can have different effects depending on the context and how the person using it would like it to work, like when Vlad combined it with the Crystal Glasses, it showed a false future for Omi. This might have happened because there were two people, one holding the Crystal Glasses, and the other one holding the Reversing Mirror. By Wuya's logic, breaking the Reversing Mirror brings seven years of good luck instead of bad luck.

Raimundo won the Reversing Mirror in a Xiaolin Showdown just as he moved to the side of Wuya. The Reversing Mirror was shattered by Wuya when she became human, but it was restored and recovered by the Xiaolin warriors when Wuya was returned to her puzzle box. Jack stole it later on (when Chase pulled it out of the bag of Wu Jack stole, he probably didn't put it back) , but it was taken back by the Warriors. Later Wuya took it when Chase Young was releasing the Chi Creature, and lost it to the Ying-Ying Bird who takes it into Hannibal Roy Bean's cell along with the Moby Morpher and some Shen Gong Wu that the Xiaolin warriors had brought with them then they all punched Jack in the crotch until he vomited blood and died then they had a blood orgy the Xiaolin take it when they open the cell along with their stolen babies, but not the Moby Morpher which the naggy daddys used to disguise himself and escape.

Possession of:

  • Raimundo (Heylin) (113: "In the Flesh" - 201: "Days Past")
  • Broken then Restored (201: "Days Past" - 202: "Citadel of Doom")
  • Xiaolin (202: "Citadel of Doom" - 203: "The Shard of Lightning")
  • Heylin (203: "The Shard of Lightning" - 204: "The Crystal Glasses")
  • Xiaolin (204: "The Crystal Glasses" - 206: "Sizing Up Omi")'
  • Heylin (206: "Sizing Up Omi")
  • Xiaolin (206: "Sizing Up Omi" - 220: "The Demon Seed")
  • Gigi (Heylin) (220: "The Demon Seed")
  • Xiaolin (220: "The Demon Seed" - 222: "The Apprentice")
  • Chase Young (Heylin) (222: "The Apprentice" - 226: "Saving Omi")
  • Xiaolin (226: "Saving Omi" - 301: "Finding Omi")
  • Wuya (Heylin) (301: "Finding Omi" - 303: "The Life and Times of Hannibal Roy Bean")
  • Jack Spicer {Heylin} {303: "The Life and Times of Hannibal Roy Bean"}
  • Xiaolin (303: "The Life and Times of Hannibal Roy Bean — Present)

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