"You are no longer mortal men, but powerful servants, enslaved to do my bidding."
The three Dark Chi Warriors are the creations and loyal servants of Daolon Wong.
The Dark Chi Warriors were tall, muscular, orange-skinned humanoids with glowing blue tattoos and darkened eyes. They wore dark clothing and all sported dark red hair (save for Chui). Their eyelids were situated so that they opened and closed vertically, not horizontally like with a human.
Powers and Abilities
Each Dark Chi Warrior had a different weapon, which could be conjured from thin air. These warriors were all silent, and they could levitate and steer their weapons with their thoughts. They're able to jump up to and down from great distances easily, and they have exceptional physical strength. They additionally could slow down the motion of their bodies during a long fall, causing them to land unharmed. The Dark Chi Warriors could smell magic, allowing them to sense the presence of Jade when she used the Snake Talisman. Alongside being summoned, the warrior can also teleport at will and take any person with them by holding onto them.
Daolon Wong can summon his warriors anywhere by calling their names which caused them to materialize in location (unless good magic prevents it), and can banish them as well with a mere wave of his arm. Daolon Wong can manipulate their movements and their weapons, and can willfully mangle their bodies if they disobey him. Only a severe impact will make them disappear accordingly into a puff of blue smoke. Where they go after they disappear appears to be separate dimension where they float there until they can be summoned again after some time. Daolon Wong can also communicate orders to them psychically, and the warriors can likewise communicate to him in this fashion.
HistoryFinn, Ratso, and Chow by altering their physical shape, giving them an almost identical appearance to the original warriors. These three enforcers were also granted their predecessors' powers and weapons, but they still managed to prove incompetent. Because there is only one Urn of Wei Cheing, Uncle could not contain these warriors as the previous one was already full.
Later on, Hak Foo became a fourth Dark Chi Warrior, increasing his already-formidable combat skills.
Gan wielded a sanjiegun, a staff that could split into three chain-linked portions (a three-section staff), which appears with a pouring-in effect. Chow was considered to be Gan by Daolon Wong when Daolon Wong made him his Dark Chi Warrior. (Chow also retains his signature glasses.)
Ren had a boomerang blade similar to a windmill shuriken, which materialized with a smoke effect. Finn was considered Ren by Daolon Wong when he made him his Dark Chi Warrior.
Chui had a sledgehammer, which appears with a flame effect. Ratso was considered Chui by Daolon Wong when Daolon Wong made him his Dark Chi Warrior. Ratso also retained the bandage on his nose.
Zhen, who was Hak Foo, combined Hak Foo's traditional attack style with powerful magic (materializing with a lightning bolt effect). Though Hak Foo's traditional fighting style involve animal actions, Zhen's style involves forces of nature and animals, some of which were only the stuff of legend (Phoenix Flies to Moon, Meteor Causes Mass Extinction, Volcano Incinerates Field Mouse). In addition to this, Zhen had much more physical endurance than the other Dark-Chi Warriors as a large boulder thown by Tohru wasn't enough to make him disappear (it broke in half upon contact).
- When Uncle first sees the Dark Chi Warriors in their debut episode, he says that Chi Master Fong warned him of such dark entities. This indicates that there is or has been other Dark Chi Warriors.
- Ratso often says that the Dark Warriors look like Kiss, the 80s rock band.