- In Queen of the Shadowkhan, Uncle claims the book was written by Chinese Demon Sorcerers, whilst the book bears the mark of Tarakudo, a Japanese demon. This shows that every culture in the world has their own demon sorcerers, and it is not uncommon for demon sorcerers of different cultures forge alliances or partnership with each other. Of course, it may also be that the symbol reflected the spell used by Shendu — and later Daolon Wong — to channel the power of one of the Oni Masks to summon the Ninja Khan.
|Talismans of Shendu|
|Rooster • Ox • Snake • Rabbit • Sheep • Dragon • Rat • Horse • Monkey • Dog • Pig • Tiger|
|Talisman Locators • Lost Treasure of Qin Shi Huang • Pan'ku Box • Scroll of Hung Chao • Armor of the Eight Immortals • Book of Ages • Urn of Wei Cheing • Cube of Tang Shan • Orb of Kwan Lo • Deja Vu Stone • Dragon's Teeth • Chi-O-Matic • Chi Arcanum|
|Oni Masks • Hana Fuda • Demon Archive|
|The Kyoto Octopus|
|Cat of Khartoum (Iran) • Armbands of Shiva (India) • Sutras of Raktajiba (India) • Opal (Bhutan) • Burmese Raccoon (Myanmar)|
|Silver Iguana of Awramba (Ethiopia) • Eye of Aurora (Egypt)|
|Emerald of Killarney (Ireland) • Green Beard's Gloves (Britain)|
|Time-Traveling Crystal Ball • Golden Squid • Chalice of Life|
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