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Xiaolin Showdown - Reversing Mirror
In both "Crystal Glasses" and "Enter The Dragon", the Reversing Mirror gets the effect mixed up. It SHOULD (accoring to Master Feng) "reverse the effect of any Shen Gong Wu, for example the 2 Ton Tunic would become as light as a feather...". However, in "Crystal Glasses", the mirror is used on the Crystal Glasses (which allow you to see into the future) to change the future Omi sees in them, when in fact it should have been the PAST Omi saw if the glasses got reversed. In the same episode, Jack Spicer uses the mirror to rebound Omi's Fist of Tebi Gong attack back at him, when instead the punch should have become incredibly weak. Finally, in "Enter The Dragon" Omi uses the Reversing Mirror to reflect Dojo's fire breath back at him, when it shouldn't have worked (it should only affect Shen Gong Wu, and last time I checked, Dojo's fire breath wasn't a Shen Gong Wu).
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TheTubstar on 12-30-2005
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Wuya with reversing mirror
Wuya with reversing mirror
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Sean Baker writes:
If you have noticed many of the shen-gon-wu have multiple effects not stated in the ancient scroll. The star hanabi can be thrown or held to release its power and the wu actually work on how you want them to work. The changing chopsticks are meant to only work on yourself but he can use them on the rock in the Dojo Shen-gon-wu hunt episode.
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