Wuya got more strong as more Shen Gong Wu were collected, thus the Xiaolin Dragons-in-Training needed to gather as many as they could to stop her. A Xiaolin Showdown was a duel in which the gathered Shen Gong Wu were used as wagers. When a Shen Gong Wu was gambled, it was available to all participants in the showdown, but the person who wagered it had it first. If they lost, they didn't get to use their Shen Gong Wu again.
In the final showdown with Wuya, the five remaining Xiaolin Kids gathered together eight more Shen Gong Wu, which they used as stakes in a battle against her. Although they lost, this gave them hope that they could still win since there were so many Shen Gong Wu left over from when she first appeared in the series. This also means that they need to fight her again in another Xiaolin Showdown to try and win more prizes.
As for how they defeated her this time, it's not clear if they won or lost because they don't show any further events after this one.
When more than one person captures a Shen Gong Wu at the same time, it is called a Xiaolin Showdown. In this eponymous tournament, each team wagers a Shen Gong Wu that they already own. In other circumstances, the contestants may make a Shen Yi Bu Dare, in which they will stake numerous (typically two) Shen Gong Wu. If the opponent fails to capture them within a certain time limit, then the players who caught the statues win the game.
In addition to wagering their own statues, contestants in a Xiaolin Showdown can also wage others' statues. For example, if contestant A catches a Shen Gong Wu that belongs to contestant B, A can choose not to return it to B; instead, they can bet another Shen Gong Wu on the outcome of the showdown. Contestants are allowed to change their mind up until the time limit is up. If no one wins any prizes after all the Shen Gong Wu have been returned or captured, then the last person to have staked anything wins the game.
Shen Gong Wu can be used in place of money to play games such as Xiaolin Ping during times when gambling is prohibited. However, they are not considered to be currency and do not count toward winning money titles such as World's Foremost Expert.
Shen Gong Wu appear in almost every episode except where specifically stated otherwise.
Wuya was a wicked Heylin witch. She was vanquished by the legendary Grand Master Dashi in the inaugural Xiaolin Showdown and imprisoned in a wooden puzzle box. However, Jack Spicer liberated her several years later. She was frequently shown working with a companion (typically Jack Spicer) to retrieve Shen Gong Wu and reclaim control of the universe.
Wuya is one of the oldest characters in the history of Chinese animation and has appeared in almost every single one of its productions. She has been voiced by many different actors throughout the years.
Wuya has been translated as "Resembling a Witch" or "Lookalike A Witch", but this is not exactly accurate. The character is based on an ancient Chinese poem called "The Journey to the West" that features a powerful witch named Pu-wei or "Wu-the-deceiver". In this story, she uses her magic to steal the Buddha's teachings and give them to humans instead. When confronted by the monk Xuan-zang, she tries to fool him too but fails. Finally, she is captured by the monk and locked up in a wooden box where she remains until freed by Jack Spicer.
Wuya has appeared in nearly every single one of the Shaolin Kung Fu series including episodes 1-5, 7-10, 12-14, 16-19, 21-24, and 26-29.
Kaiba ripped up Solomon's "Blue-Eyed White Dragon" in front of Yugi and his pals, stating it couldn't be used against him anymore. To exact her wrath, Yami Yugi challenged Kaiba to a fight using Solomon's Deck. When Yugi was about to lose the battle, he had his Master Sword transform into a sword that could cut through anything. Using this new weapon, Yugi defeated Kaiba and saved his friend.
Here we can see what happened to the Blue-Eyed White Dragon after it was destroyed by Yugi. It's hard to tell from this angle, but it looks like someone may have taken its eye.
Yugi also has another duel with Kaiba where they use cards from both sides of the conflict. In this battle, which card is better: Star No. 1 or Dark Magician Girl?
Dark Magician Girl was originally owned by Seto Kaiba before he gave it to Yugi. This card can create any number of magic circles on the field. If there is something inside each circle then it will get affected by the spell in that circle. For example, if you place a circle on top of another circle, then all spells inside the lower circle will be negated. Dark Magician Girl can repeat this process so many times that it doesn't matter how many circles are on the field, she can still cast them all.
His type are nice at heart, but Shenron, being a powerful dragon, has an aggressive temper and may be irritable at times (for some reason, more so than Porunga, the Namekian Dragon). He also tends to be overconfident in his abilities.
Shenron's personality in the series is shown through his voice actor, Takehiro Muroi. He plays up the role nicely by adding an edge to his voice whenever Shenron gets angry or threatens someone.
In the original Japanese version, his name is said in katakana onscreen during scenes where he is present. This is because his name is used frequently, and writing it out would cause an overflow on the screen.
In English versions, his name is always written out in full words instead. This is because his name is not used that often- mostly just when he is introduced - and writing it out would not make for good viewing.
He first appears in the episode "Dragon Ball". Shenron has been sent down from heaven as a guardian deity for Earth, along with two other dragons named Porunga and Nergal. However, due to their arrogance, they were banished from heaven by God himself. Only Shenron was able to learn humility through pain, thus keeping his position as a god.