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Treasure of the Blind Swordsman (episode)

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Featured Shen Gong Wu: Blade of the Nebula
Arrow Sparrow
Big Bang Meteorang
Shimo Staff
Treasure of the Blind Swordsman
Main enemy: Hannibal Roy Bean
Editor: Tim Iverson
Written by: Marc Drotman
Eric Molina
Director: Stephen Sandoval
Producer: Christy Hui
Music: Kevin Manthei
Release details
Season: 3
Episode: 5
Overall: 44
Premiere broadcast: November 5, 2005
Premiere network: Kids' WB
Production code: 305
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"Treasure of the Blind Swordsman" is the forty-fourth episode of Xiaolin Showdown. It was directed by Stephen Sandoval and written by Marc Drotman and Eric Molina. It originally aired in the United States on Kids WB on November 5, 2005.

Overview

Master Fung sends the Warriors on a quest to find the Treasure of the Blind Swordsman. While on their quest, the Warriors will find their new Wudai Weapons, each chosen for a particular monk. However, Wuya and Jack are hot on their trail, and Hannibal Bean's secretly plotting something of his own.

Synopsis

Master Fung sends the Warriors on their second Wudai Quest: to locate the Treasure of The Blind Swordsman and, on the way, locate their new Wudai Weapons---Master Fung explains that they won't pick the weapons, but rather, the weapons will pick them. While they travel, Jack, Wuya, and an army of Outlaw-Bots follow their trail, on the hunt for loot. Their first destination is Rattlesnake Ridge.

While they are camping, and Dojo is cooking out of date soup, they find the first Wudai Weapon, which they realize is guarded by the rattlesnakes. Omi races to the Weapon, only to have it choose Raimundo instead of him. Their new destination is a ghost town, where the next weapon is at a place called "The Last Breath Cantina." They enter the building, and they see the next Weapon, only to be challenged by a living portrait. It does well fighting the Warriors until Kimiko kicks an ancient (and still-full) spittoon onto his head and seals it back inside the picture. Omi's about to claim this weapon, but it ends up choosing Kimiko.

The next destination is a place called Cactus Creek. There, the Warriors encounter walking and fighting cacti. The Warriors try to fight to reach the new Weapon, but they get skewered. Clay then uses his Earth powers to punch back the cacti, and similar to what happened with the first two weapons, this one passes Omi and ends up choosing Clay (and starts acting like it has a crush on him).

Their fourth destination is a cave, and Raimundo notices Dojo is starting to feel ill from the soup he had made earlier. Kimiko points out that they found Omi's Wudai Weapon at last. To Omi's disappointment, it's merely a small stick and guarded by nothing. Omi's complaints hurt the stick's feelings, and Omi apologizes, plucking it from the rock. Then, the floor collapses beneath them, and they fall down a hole.

They land in a much bigger cave. In addition, the Treasure of The Blind Swordsman is on a stone near them. Before the Warriors can approach, an old man comes out, waggling his walking stick in random locations (Dojo and the young monks quickly realize that the man's blind). After Kimiko explains why she and her friends are there, the man explains that he's the Guardian of the Treasure and the only way to receive it is by defeating him in five moves---and Omi accepts. He defeats him by distracting him with the "look behind you" trick. The Warriors look in the Treasure but find nothing inside it. The Guardian reminds them there are more ways to see than just with your eyes. Although the Warriors are upset about the Treasure, they still rejoice with their new Wudai Weapons, except for Omi; he asks to arrange a trade, which they decline.

The Warriors decide to take the Guardian with them. However, as they are exiting, Jack Spicer and Wuya ambush them. The Warriors try to use their Wudai Weapons, but the Big Bang Meteorang and Arrow Sparrow cause more harm to the Warriors than to the Heylin, and the Shimo Staff and Blade of the Nebula are not as simple to wield as were expected. In the Warriors' confusion, Jack’s Outlaw-Bots toss them around and tie them up. Jack looks in the Treasure and finds nothing as well. Shrugging it off, Jack and Wuya steal the Warriors' other Shen Gong Wu and the Guardian, but they decide to leave the Treasure. They get away aboard Jack's flying train.

After the Warriors free themselves, Raimundo suggests they simply picture what they're trying to look for and believe in that. It works, and they summon the Blind Swordsman, servant of whoever wields the Treasure. Raimundo asks if he can teach them how to use their Wudai Weapons properly, and the Blind Swordsman does that. The Warriors are amazed by their powers, even Omi. They plan to go to rescue the Guardian, but Dojo is out of action because of the soup he cooked, so Raimundo asks the Blind Swordsman for assistance. He summons four flying horses that would lead to Jack's flying train. Raimundo says to leave the Treasure chest behind, thinking it would slow them down. After catching up with Jack, they fight the new Outlaw-Bots and destroy them with the Wudai Weapons. Jack and Wuya are about to make a run for it with the sack of Shen Gong Wu, but the Guardian takes the Mantis Flip Coin and challenges them to a Xiaolin Showdown Trio. Though the Warriors want to help, Omi says they cannot dishonor his challenge.

The game is to knock the other contenders off of the train. After the callings, they begin. Jack and Wuya each try to use their Shen Gong Wu against the Guardian, wielding the Thorn of Thunderbolt and Silk Spinner, respectively. Their attacks are unsuccessful, and the Guardian counterattacks against each of them easily. Undeterred, both Wuya and Jack use their Shen Gong Wu at the same time. At the same moment, the Guardian uses the Mantis Flip Coin to jump to safety, making their blasts hit each other off the edge, and the Guardian wins. Omi questions how he predicted those moves. The Guardian explains that he used his mind to see rather than his eyes. Then Raimundo winces and exclaims, "The treasure chest! We left it back on the trail!" but Kimiko shoots back, "Uh, you left it back on the trail!" For the first time in a while, Raimundo gives Kimiko an annoyed look as she pouts angrily.

By the time they return to their departure spot, it is gone. Raimundo's saddened and complains about how it was technically his fault that it happened, but his friends assure him that it was just an accident. Studying the tiny prints in the sand, Dojo concludes that it was taken by Hannibal Roy Bean. This is confirmed some distance away in the night by the sight of Hannibal himself throwing back the lid of the Treasure and laughing maniacally as its magic shines forth for him.

Revealed Shen Gong Wu

Blade of the Nebula

Blade of the nebula Main Article: Blade of the Nebula

The Blade of the Nebula is a fictional artifact that is the Wudai Weapon of the Xiaolin Dragon of Wind. When used, it turns into mystic nunchucks held together by a typhoon allowing the user to use that typhoon and the chucks as a weapon. It was found stuck inside a rock in Rattlesnake Canyon

Arrow Sparrow

Arrow Sparrow Main Article:Arrow Sparrow

The Arrow Sparrow is a fictional artifact that is the Wudai Weapon of the Xiaolin Dragon of Fire. When used, the golden arrows that are thrown ignite and bombard the target, with the end result as a self-destruct detonation. It was found on a bull skeletons head within an abandoned parlor.

Big Bang Meteorang

Big Bang Meteorang1 Main Article:Big Bang Meteorang

The Big Bang Meteorang is a fictional artifact that is the Wudai Weapon of the Xiaolin Dragon of Earth. When used, it splits off into several boomerangs that slice through any solid object in their way and return to their owner. It was found in Cactus river, stuck a top a cliff.

Shimo Staff

Shimo Staff 2 Main Article:Shimo Staff

The Shimo Staff is a fictional artifact that is the Wudai Weapon of the Xiaolin Dragon of Water. When used, it can transform itself into any weapon the user desires. It can also split into multiples and is nearly unbreakable. It was stuck in a rock in a cave.

Treasure of the Blind Swordsman

Treasure of a Blind Swordsman Showdown Main Article:Treasure of the Blind Swordsman

The Treasure of the Blind Swordsman is a fictional mystical treasure chest that grants the user any wish. In order to be used, the user must imagine what they want and the spirit within the box will grant them their wish. It was in a cave below the Shimo Staff, guarded by an old man.

Shen Gong Wu Tally

Xiaolin Monks

  1. Sun Chi Lantern
  2. Moonstone Locust
  3. Wushu Helmet
  4. Fist of Tebigong
  5. Sword of the Storm
  6. Golden Tiger Claws
  7. Lunar Locket
  8. Longi Kite
  9. Mind Reader Conch
  10. Eye of Dashi
  11. Monarch Wings
  12. Silver Manta Ray
  13. Shadow of Fear
  14. Crouching Cougar
  15. Tangle Web Comb
  16. Falcon's Eye
  17. Star Hanabi
  18. Lotus Twister
  19. Manchurian Musca
  20. Heart of Jong
  21. Mantis Flip Coin
  22. Sphere of Yun
  23. Thorn of Thunderbolt
  24. Monsoon Sandals
  25. Lasso Boa Boa
  26. Silk Spitter
  27. Jetbootsu
  28. Ju-Ju Flytrap
  29. Gills of Hamachi
  30. Third-Arm Sash
  31. Emperor Scorpion
  32. Helmet of Jong
  33. Zing Zom-Bone
  34. Fountain of Hui
  35. Shen-Ga-Roo
  36. Woozy Shooter
  37. Golden Finger
  38. Ring of the Nine Dragons
  39. Tongue of Saiping
  40. Ying Yo-Yo
  41. Yang Yo-Yo
  42. Orb of Tornami
  43. Shimo Staff
  44. Blade of the Nebula
  45. Arrow Sparrow
  46. Big Bang Meteorang

Jack Spicer

  1. Monkey Staff
  2. Changing Chopsticks
  3. Shard of Lightning

Chase Young

  1. Eagle Scope
  2. Wushan Geyser
  3. Serpent's Tail

Jesse Bailey

  1. Wings of Tinabi

Hannibal Roy Bean

  1. Morby Morpher
  2. Mosaic Scale
  3. Sapphire Dragon
  4. Sweet Baby Among Us
  5. Tunnel Armadillo
  6. Reversing Mirror
  7. Glove of Jisaku
  8. Treasure of the Blind Swordsman

Wuya

  1. Ruby of Ramses
  2. Shroud of Shadows
  3. Two-Ton Tunic
  4. Black Beetle
  5. Crystal Glasses

Lost Shen Gong Wu

  1. Sands of Time (hidden in the future)
  2. Hidoku Mouse (fell in a pit of lava)


Battles

Emperor of the Train

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Type: Showdown Trio
Competitors: Guardian, Wuya, Jack Spicer
Wagered: Mantis Flip Coin, Treasure of the Blind Swordsman, Silk Spitter, Thorn of Thunderbolt
Prize: Bag of Wu
Outcome: Guardian wins
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Emperor of the Train

The guardian, Wuya, and Jack all touch the bag of Shen Gong Wu at the same time, starting a Showdown Trio. The guardian wagers the Mantis Flip Coin, against Jack's Thorn of Thunderbolt, and Wuya's Silk Spitter. The guardian also wagers the Treasure of the Blind Swordsman. The game is Emperor of the Train, and the last person to stand on the train wins.

When the showdown starts, Jack's robot train flies to a planet, whose ring expands into forms a track that another, larger, train is on. Jack attacks with the Thorn of Thunderbolt, but the guardian jumps up and walks on the electricity to knock Jack down. Wuya attacks with the Silk Spitter, but the guardian collects all the silk on his cane. Wuya and Jack are surprised he can fight so well because he is blind, but he tells them there are other ways to see besides using your eyes. The guardian continues to fight them both, and is able to counter all their attacks and send them both flying to opposite ends of the train. Wuya and Jack try to double team him by attacking with Thorn of Thunderbolt and Silk Spitter at the same time, but the guardian jumps up and the attacks keep going and hit the other fighter, knocking both Wuya and Jack off the train, winning the showdown for the guardian.

References

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See Also

CT Xiaolin Showdown
Season 1: The Journey of a Thousand MilesLike a Rock!Tangled WebKatnappe!Shen Yi BuChameleonRing of the Nine DragonsNight of the Sapphire DragonMy Homey OmiBig as TexasRoyal RumbleMala Mala JongIn the Flesh
Season 2: Days PastCitadel of DoomThe Shard of LightningThe Crystal GlassesPandatownSizing Up OmiEnter the DragonThe Sands of TimeHear Some Evil, See Some EvilDreamscapeMaster Monk GuanThe Evil WithinThe Deep FreezeScreams of the SirenThe Black VipersThe Emperor Scorpion Strikes BackThe Return of PandaBubbaThe Last Temptation of RaimundoThe Year of the Green MonkeyThe Demon SeedThe New OrderThe ApprenticeSomething JermaineDangerous MindsJudging OmiSaving Omi
Season 3: Finding OmiBird of ParadiseThe Life and Times of Hannibal Roy BeanOmi TownTreasure of the Blind SwordsmanOil in the FamilyThe Return of Master Monk GuanDream StalkerChucky Choo (episode)Wu Got the PowerHannibal's RevengeTime After Time: Part ITime After Time: Part II

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