On a school trip to a museum, Bo, her younger sister Jen, Vicky, Trix and Martin - five ordinary kids from London - are transported to an ancient Chinese Spirit World where they find ...
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On a school trip to a museum, Bo, her younger sister Jen, Vicky, Trix and Martin - five ordinary kids from London - are transported to an ancient Chinese Spirit World where they find themselves suddenly transformed into Spirit Warriors, each with their own unique spirit power. With the help of their mentor Shen, a Chinese water dragon, they must use their new-found skills to find 12 legendary spirit pieces before the evil warlord Li and his henchman Hwang can get their hands on them. If our heroes succeed they'll save the universe - and Bo's mum. If our heroes fail, the universe is doomed!Written by
I've only seen episodes 1 and 2 so far, which I have been watching with my two children. They both absolutely adore the show, and coming from a Chinese background, I feel this show touches on a personal level with me. So far the show has been very good. The sets are marvels to look at, and the acting is top notch. My only problem is the length of the show; I found it hard to get into episode one because it was so short. And then when I watched episode 2 it made me feel like they were trying to fit feature films into half an hour episodes. Now there's an idea; Spirit Warriors as a feature film! Anyway, looking forward to the next episode.
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