Do you still update?
Anonymous

Yes, when people bother reading the rules and follow them accordingly. We’ve already made notes on it, but no one seems to be paying attention.

:/

It’s a shame, because we’ve gotten some interesting ones! We might end up changing some rules, but until then, it’d be nice to have people follow the current ones.

-Nini

Kimiko is so desperate to prove herself because when she was little, her rich father made sure she never wanted for anything and she was looked down upon for never having to provide for herself.
When she was invited to the Xiaolin Temple, she saw it as her chance to prove to everyone, and herself, that she could make it all on her own.

Kimiko is so desperate to prove herself because when she was little, her rich father made sure she never wanted for anything and she was looked down upon for never having to provide for herself.

When she was invited to the Xiaolin Temple, she saw it as her chance to prove to everyone, and herself, that she could make it all on her own.

Jack is Wuya’s descendant on his father’s side.  His father, paternal grandmother, and further on are Heylin evil.  His father sent him the puzzle box because he knew Jack could open it somehow.  
His blood connection with Wuya is why he took to her so quickly and stuck by her no matter how many backs were stabbed.
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Jack is Wuya’s descendant on his father’s side.  His father, paternal grandmother, and further on are Heylin evil.  His father sent him the puzzle box because he knew Jack could open it somehow.  

His blood connection with Wuya is why he took to her so quickly and stuck by her no matter how many backs were stabbed.

submitted by princess-starburst.

Submitted by princess-starburst.

Submitted by princess-starburst.

Chase has been published in such venerable magazines as Cat Fancy, National Geographic, and Evil Woman Weekly. He is also the author of a number of bestselling guides to villainy.
He’s not the only Heylin villain with a side job, but he is the most successful and the most discreet about it.

Chase has been published in such venerable magazines as Cat Fancy, National Geographic, and Evil Woman Weekly. He is also the author of a number of bestselling guides to villainy.

He’s not the only Heylin villain with a side job, but he is the most successful and the most discreet about it.



"Both his parents were Xiaolin warriors actually and both worried excessively over their only child and tried to keep him as far away from Xiaolin and Heylin matters as possible.
After they were both killed by Hannibal Bean, Chase became a Xiaolin monk. It was his parent’s deaths that started his hatred for Bean and is the reason why he’s so desperate to be the best at everything, so if his parents were still alive they’d be proud.”
-submitted by robynmas

"Both his parents were Xiaolin warriors actually and both worried excessively over their only child and tried to keep him as far away from Xiaolin and Heylin matters as possible.

After they were both killed by Hannibal Bean, Chase became a Xiaolin monk. It was his parent’s deaths that started his hatred for Bean and is the reason why he’s so desperate to be the best at everything, so if his parents were still alive they’d be proud.”

-submitted by robynmas

Wuya

FIRST SEASON OF XIAOLIN SHOWDOWN NOW ON ITUNES

ponytailwhippingnacho:

My fellow monks, it is with great pleasure that I announce that Warner Brothers has OFFICIALLY RELEASED THE ENTIRE FIRST SEASON OF XIAOLIN SHOWDOWN ON ITUNES IN GLORIOUS, GLORIOUS, WIDESCREEN HIGH DEFINITION! REJOICE!!!!!

But wait, Nacho! you say. Why is this such a big deal? I don’t get it! Why should we bother buying the episodes off iTunes when we already have access to every episode through Youtube for free?

Well, my friends, I will tell you!

It is a big deal because Warner Brothers has not made ANY Xiaolin Showdown episodes available on iTunes before now! This is the first time that Xiaolin Showdown has been available for purchase since the first season was released on DVD in 2006, which is nearly 7 YEARS AGO now! The fact that they are making these episodes available so near to the premiere of Xiaolin Chronicles, and the fact that only the first season is currently available, tells me one thing: they are testing the waters. 

They want to see if there is still a market for this show - which, of course, there is! WE are the market! Our friends, families, neighbors, nephews, nieces, little brothers and sisters - THEY are the market! And if we show our interest, by purchasing these episodes, there’s a good chance that whatever WB is testing the waters for will happen faster. It could be something as simple as the other two seasons being released on iTunes, or as big as Xiaolin Chronicles being released in America a lot sooner.

As for the episodes themselves, they are FAR more than worth the money. 20 dollars nets you the entire season in HD, and it is so. SO. Worth the price. I watched the first episode in HD and was left speechless and slackjawed; the show is so incredibly GORGEOUS this way! The colors are brighter and bolder, the lines (and animation!) are crisp and clear, and there are so many tiny details lost in the grainy quality of the episodes on youtube, like the faces of the people in San Francisco and the charts on the walls of Jack Spicer’s lair. The widescreen format adds a lot to the show too; again, more detail! It feels more cinegraphic this way, and definitely more suited to a larger screen. And since it’s on iTunes, you can watch it on your TV! Your phone! Your iPad! Your computer! WHATEVER! You can take XS wherever you go and show it to everyone you meet and convert all your friends into fans! YEAH!

I am working on getting some screenshots of the HD episodes and will post them on tumblr once I have them to show just how gorgeous this show truly is in HD. I swear, it’s like watching it for the first time all over again. Best 20 bucks I ever spent.

I should mention that it’s currently only available in America, so if you do not have an American iTunes account you may be out of luck. :C But to everyone who can, I encourage you to buy! Give your money to this show! Show Warner Brothers, Cartoon Network, iTunes, and whoever else might be watching that there is money in Xiaolin Showdown and that people will buy it if given the chance! This is the first chance we’ve had in nearly 7 years, and we need to take full advantage of it.

GONG YI TAMPAI!

((DISCLAIMER: I am not, nor have I ever been, affiliated with Warner Brothers, iTunes, Cartoon Network, or Christy Hui. Everything stated in the above post comes from my own observation and research, and should not be taken as an official announcement. I am just a fan!))

((Not a headcanon, but worth posting here!!! - Nacho))

im sorry….
im not thinking right now…
i beg you pardon…
im p sure i´ll regret this later, lord i apologize

im sorry….

im not thinking right now…

i beg you pardon…

im p sure i´ll regret this later, lord i apologize

but no she throwed him in the end…like always
(i´ll stop sending these im sorry)

but no she throwed him in the end…like always

(i´ll stop sending these im sorry)

By this logic, if Raimundo had consumed the soup instead of Chase (as he originally volunteered), he would not have become truly evil either.

By this logic, if Raimundo had consumed the soup instead of Chase (as he originally volunteered), he would not have become truly evil either.

"The reason why Omi has such a big ego is because he’s very passionate about what he does (also water is the element of passion)."

"The reason why Omi has such a big ego is because he’s very passionate about what he does (also water is the element of passion)."