Jade promises to help her break the curse. He uses it to do a variety of things. That way, she could stay home, as Jackie instructed, and go to Japan. However, Jade and Valmont manage to get the potion, and together get their masks off. When Shendu was under the spell of Lo Pei, this Talisman was required to maintain his form, if the Talismans were used to free him from statue form.
In the end the Uncle succeeds in stopping the flood but the seal that was placed on Valmont's head is wiped away by the water allowing Shendu to regain control and both he and Bai Tsa escape. This is most notable due to the fact that Tohru is still working for the Dark Hand and Shendu is still in his stone body. Figuring out their plan, Captain Black has Jackie's face altered to go undercover as a prisoner. However as Uncle is preoccupied with finding a spell to stop the flood, the Chans with Valmont have to face Bai Tsa without him. Now Jackie Chan must prove his innocence and get the Talisman from Viper before the Dark Hand does.
Despite their efforts, Wong gets to the first, and banishes Jackie and Jade's Astral forms with the power. He becomes the beast's slave, but the Uncle-Jade manages to hold him off. Jade calls Viper hoping the ex-thief can help them capture him. Jackie also has to keep an eye on his adventurous niece, Jade, who has just flown in from Hong Kong. It was found stuck in the shell of a Giant tortoise in the Pacific. A running joke in this season is that Hak Foo wanted the masks but someone else always got them, and when he did get one his Shadowkhan were tiny.
But when Jade tears off a piece of the page Shendu altered, her memories are the only one unaffected in the new reality where each of the Demon Sorcerers rules a different area of the world. She tends to accompany Jackie as he goes out on adventures and gets herself into trouble. With the enforcers in tow, Tarakudo sets out for Shendu's palace. He then attempts to outdo Jade in scariness by putting on the latest Oni Mask Of General Orenji. After catching it, Jackie is told by Uncle to head to Kansas to locate another noble animal — The Mordecai, Power of incandescent eyes. After attaining 17 years of age, Jackie Chan started working as a stuntman in some of the Bruce Lee films like Enter the Dragon and Fist of Fury.
He then uses them to steal a collection of artifacts from the museum. Jackie Chan Adventures aired in the United States on September 9th, 2000. Jackie allows Jade to keep Scruffy, the which held the power of immortality, and Captain Black secures the statue and Talismans within Section 13's vault. He then uses the Japanese silk in the president's tie to activate the removal spell. The Masks are presented as folllows: Original Mask Worn by: Chow Summons: Ninja Kahn Purple Mask Worn by: Ratso Summons: Razor Kahn Yellow Mask Worn by: Fluffy Summons: Bat Kahn Green Mask Worn by: Captain Black Summons: Sumo Kahn Blue Mask Ikazuki Worn by: Finn sort of Summons: Samurai Kahn Orange Mask Worn by: Paco Summons: Squid Kahn Yellow-Green Mask Worn by: Hak-Fu Summons: Shadow Eaters Black Mask Worn by: Jade and Valmont Summons; Crab Kahn Red Mask Worn by: Nobody Summons: Mantis Kahn All material belongs to their respective owners. .
However, Tarakudo grabs the Talismans, and locks them in the conquered Section 13. Back home, Jade is unhappy about being passed over as Uncle's chi apprentice in favor of Tohru. But it all goes wrong when Jackie is arrested as a jewel thief. Things get worse when Captain Black is hospitalized during Valmont's robbery, which causes Jackie to develop a personal grudge in taking Valmont down. In Season 2 episode 1, Chow turned him into a walrus by accident and changed him back.
Jade returns the favor by making Jackie accompany the troop on a camping trip. Each mask has a different tribe of Shadowkhan and a different removal ingredient. It means 'Occur, flood' or 'Come, flood'. If that weren't bad enough the Dark Chi Enforcers are banished to Limbo for their failure and Wong decides to use the Shadowkhan in their place. By the end of the series, Tohru becomes a full chi wizard. He's willing to return them in exchange for the containment unit with all the demon chi.
Using Tohru's hair, Uncle casts a chi spell that inadvertently restores Tarakudo to his humanoid form. One gets a black eye during the ensuing chase, but when Jackie wipes off his makeup, no black eye. During its run, it was also shown on , and afterwards, its reruns landed on 's programming block, as well as continuing on Cartoon Network. In the Old West, it was government property destined for the San Francisco museum. In order to keep track of where he is, the Demons place a curse on him, forcing his ghost to stay in whatever body he possesses. It grows stronger by sucking out the energy of humans given him the ability to resist the sun and his own weaknesses , and manages to attack Tohru.
The two beings rejoin when they reunite the broken Talisman. Now the two must stop Daolon Wong from getting the powers of the gentle and ferocious Sashas. Jackie is about to undo the future by sending Jade home the day she arrives, but realizes what a help she has been. This is a reference to a line of a similar nature in the movie. Jade stows away and accompanies him on his mission, sending Jackie after them. Jade helps cure Tohru's seasickness with the Talisman. Alongside this reference there were a few episode titles based on films such as; The Rumble in the Big House and Armor of the Gods.
Jackie and his family must cooperate with a secret law enforcement organization, Section 13, to counter the threat, and must face dangers that will demand all of Jackie's daring and skill in martial arts to overcome. When Jackie returns home, he notices Jade's lack of activity and makes her join the Buttercup Scouts. Unfortunately, Jade steps too close to the chi spell and is dragged into Bai Tsa's portal. Setting out to be the scariest, he finds Tarakudo, who teaches him how to summon the Squid Shadowkhan. He captures Jade, and is about to injure her when the Chans and El Toro arrive with the removal potion.