This article is about the Woozy Shooter, which may differ from its redesigned version Wuzzy Bunny.
|Location found:||In a Treasure Cave|
|Introduced in:||The Apprentice|
|Last seen in:||Time After Time: Part I|
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The Woozy Shooter was a Shen Gong Wu. It appeared in a cave before properly revealing itself.
This Wu resembled the appearance of an exotic blow horn. It was brass colored with a black, gripped handle and a brass lid at the top. It could stand balanced from the rim of its horn.
When this Shen Gong Wu was activated, it allowed the user to fire a purple haze at their enemy, to make them not only confused but also makes them act goofy ("Like game show contestants," as Dojo put it).
When it was first revealed, the Woozy Shooter was used as "tiebreaker" for who would be taken on as Chase Young's apprentice between Jack Spicer and Katnappe. Katnappe managed to retrieve it first with the help of the four reprogrammed U-bots. When Katnappe and the U-Bots raided the Xiaolin Temple, Katnappe used the Woozy Shooter on Omi, Raimundo, Kimiko and Clay to sent them into a psychedelic state. Jack Spicer used the Reversing Mirror on the attack against him, which affected Katnappe instead, making her laugh uncontrollably resulting in eventually getting a broken "Paw" being knocked out by the Woozy Shooter.
Kimiko Tohomiko used it against evil Omi when he and Chase Young invaded the temple. Omi evaded the attack by flipping over the haze before it could reach him, and pushed Kimiko into it instead, causing her to act like Cyclops.