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Type
Combat
Series
Xiaolin Showdown
Counterpart
None
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Gallery Video
Location Found
Inside an active volcano
Introduced in
Night of the Sapphire Dragon
Last seen in
Dream Stalker
Sapphire Dragon

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Introduced in: Night of the Sapphire Dragon
Last seen in: Dream Stalker
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The Sapphire Dragon is a Shen Gong Wu that first debut in the episode 'Night of the Sapphire Dragon', where it was found in the middle of a volcano, covered in soot. 

The Sapphire Dragon is malevolent, quiet, cunning, and a frightful being of chaos. It turns everyone around it into sapphire slaves, and its power grows the more victims it has under its control. According to the Scrolls, it is the most dangerous of Shen Gong Wu, as unlike most, it has a mind of its own, and cannot be controlled. Once activated, it will turn anyone it sees - good, evil or indifferent - into sapphire, and will even turn on the one who activated it.  

The dragon and its sapphire slaves are weak against soot. The only way to return the dragon to its dormant state and free its victims is for the dragon to be covered in soot or lose in a Xiaolin Showdown.

Appearance

The Sapphire Dragon has two forms. In its wu form, it is a miniature statue of a sapphire dragon appearing to be curled up, with its tail as a makeshift handle, and light green eyes.

In its true form, the Sapphire dragon has a long, serpent-like body. It has dark blue scales and a ligh blue underbelly, with cyan eyes seen on its wu form, and long whiskers.

Ability

When activated, the Shen Gong Wu releases a sapphire dragon that will seek out victims to turn into sapphire statue, which it does by breathing magical fire onto them. After an undetermined amount of time, these statues will then animate, and will be under the dragon's bidding. Because of how it chooses its victims to turn into sapphire indiscriminately, the Scrolls advise strongly that the Sapphire Dragon should be used as an absolute last resort; if all other solutions are exhausted.

In its dragon form, the dragon has demonstrated that it has some degree of sentience and intelligence. For example, its quite cunning as it hides around the temple while the monks search for it in 'Night of the Sapphire Dragon', ambushing Clay in the courtyard. In 'The Dream Stalker' it deliberately chose to petrify a monkey and a rhino in order to fight against Kimiko and Clay during a showdown, and has been demonstrated to be somewhat aware of Showdown riles (although it can be argued that it borrowed this knowledge from Raimundo, as in this episode it was part of his psyche).

History

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The sapphire dragon's jellyfish form when fused with the Shadow of Fear.

It first revealed itself inside an active volcano. At the time it was known as the Black Dragon due to being covered in soot. It was activated by accident when Kimiko wiped off a portion of soot. Strangely for a Shen Gong Wu the dragon had a personality; it did not try to attack Dojo until he clawed its underbelly which apparently hurt. It would later return fused with the Shadow of Fear by Hannibal Roy Bean as a sapphire jellyfish. It would ultimately be defeated when Hannibal was ejected from Raimundo's mind and lost control of the Shadow of Fear.

(That time around, the dragon wasn't covered in soot when Hannibal discovered it and it activated on command, so the writers must have pacified it between then and its first appearance.)

Battle Record

Xiaolin Showdown
Opponent Episode Type Wagered Wu Result
Xiaolin Dream Stalker Jungle Judo Sapphire Dragon Loss

Trivia

  • The Sapphire Dragon has his own soundtrack, that can be heard when his true identity, as not a simple Shen Gong Wu, is revealed.
  • The Sapphire Dragon bears a stark resemblance to Qing Long/Seiryu, the Azure Dragon of the East.

Episode Appearances

Xiaolin Showdown

Season 1

Season 3

Ownership

Xiaolin Showdown

  • Xiaolin (108: "Night of the Sapphire Dragon" - 308: "Dream Stalker" )
  • Hannibal Roy Bean (Heylin) (308: "Dream Stalker")
  • Xiaolin (308: "Dream Stalker" - 313: "Time After Time: Part II")


See Also

CT Xiaolin Showdown Shen Gong Wu
Season 1: Mantis Flip CoinTwo-Ton TunicEye of DashiThird-Arm SashFist of TebigongJetbootsuMonkey StaffTangle Web CombGolden Tiger ClawsChanging ChopsticksSword of the StormShroud of ShadowsHelmet of JongRing of the Nine DragonsFalcon's EyeSapphire DragonSerpent's TailOrb of TornamiStar HanabiLotus TwisterLongi KiteTongue of SaipingSun Chi LanternHeart of JongReversing Mirror
Season 2: Shard of LightningSilver Manta RayCrystal GlassesWushu HelmetWings of TinabiGlove of JisakuThorn of ThunderboltTunnel ArmadilloJu-Ju FlytrapSilk SpitterSands of TimeSweet Baby Among UsRuby of RamsesMind Reader ConchShadow of FearCrouching CougarLasso Boa-BoaMonsoon SandalsMosaic ScaleMonarch WingsLunar LocketEmperor ScorpionSphere of YunGills of HamachiBlack BeetleZing Zom-BoneFountain of HuiEagle ScopeMoonstone LocustShen-Ga-RooWuShan GeyserWoozy ShooterManchurian MuscaGolden FingerHoduku MouseYing Yo-YoYang Yo-Yo
Season 3: Moby MorpherRio ReversoFancy FeetShadow SlicerKuzusu AtomDenshi BunnyAnts in the PantsCannon BlasterMikado Arm
CT Xiaolin Showdown Characters
Xiaolin OmiRaimundo PedrosaKimiko TohomikoClay BaileyDojo Kanojo ChoMaster FungGrand Master DashiMaster Monk GuanJermaineChucky Choo
Neutral Jessie BaileyMr. BaileyToshiro TohomikoMeganMuffin FaceKlofangeSapphire DragonChi CreatureBailey Family
Heylin Jack SpicerWuyaChase YoungHannibal Roy BeanYing-Ying BirdKatnappéLe MimeTubbimuraCyclopsVladMala Mala JongPandaBubbaGigiSibiniJack-BotsChameleon-BotDyrisRakshaJack Spicer's Evil Dream TeamRobo-Jack SpicerChase Young's Fallen WarriorsFearsome Four
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