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  • Noble Animals
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  • Dai Gui once angrily referred to the talismans as "accursed". Each animal required a specific locator spell to find them that involved enchanting an object related to the animal (such as a carrot for the rabbit or a cat's whisker for the rat because cats hunt rats). This object would glow and be drawn to the location of the animal. Eggbert and Mordecai, the rooster and pig whose powers had been stolen by Wong, were reunited with their powers on two occasions when Jade equipped them with the new Talismans for the T-Troop.
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  • Dai Gui once angrily referred to the talismans as "accursed". Each animal required a specific locator spell to find them that involved enchanting an object related to the animal (such as a carrot for the rabbit or a cat's whisker for the rat because cats hunt rats). This object would glow and be drawn to the location of the animal. When the Chans located any of the animals, they transported them to Section 13 to be kept under magical and technological protection. The search for the animals was hampered by the appearances of Daolon Wong, who would simply absorb the powers out from the animals and into himself, and by the fact that the animals tended to activate their own abilities when frightened or angered. For some of the hunts, Uncle used enchanted cages that would prevent the animal within from activating its magic.) Over the course of the journey, Wong managed to acquire a total of two Talisman powers (Rooster and Pig) whilst the Chans rescued a total of 9 Noble Animals. They attempted to transfer and store the powers into a new set of talismans, but the original spell was long gone. Jade befriended each animal and (using their powers) once snuck them out of Section 13 to show them off at her school's fair. The animals were startled by a falling puck from a strength game which caused them to scatter in fear and use their powers on the way. Even though the Chans prevented the Dark Chi Warriors from capturing any of the animals, they only managed to find the rat, rabbit, tiger and sheep. The yak, horse, snake and monkey were herded to Section 13 by the dog. The final remaining power, the Dragon power of Combustion, was the only one without a host as there were no dragons currently existing in this realm. Daolon Wong resolved to make a deal with Shendu, a dragon who resided in the netherworld. Shendu agreed to let Wong have the Combustion power in return for resurrecting him in a new body on Earth, but ended up betraying him when he took the power for himself as well as stealing the Rooster and Pig powers from Wong. This was because despite Shendu technically being a Noble Animal, he was still a demon sorcerer and was only worthy of the power by default. Shendu then hunted down the other nine animals and stole all the remaining powers. With the help of Daolon Wong, Uncle cast the original spell used centuries ago by Lo Pei to transform Shendu into a statue and recreated the Twelve Talismans. The Noble Animals were then returned to their original homes, except for Scruffy who remained in Section 13 with Jade. Eggbert and Mordecai, the rooster and pig whose powers had been stolen by Wong, were reunited with their powers on two occasions when Jade equipped them with the new Talismans for the T-Troop.
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