Omi (Tara Strong): The Xiaolin Dragon of Water, Omi is the main protagonist of the series and was the first dragon-in-training to train with Master Fung. At times Omi can be selfish and boastful, and often learns lessons of humility. Having been raised in the monastery, he is naïve about the outside world. As a running gag, Omi routinely confuses idiomatic phrases, from simple changes to lacking any resemblance to the original phrase whatsoever. Omi's signature move is Shoku Neptune Water. His preferred Shen Gong Wu is the Orb of Torpedo.
Kimiko Tohomiko (Jennifer Hale): The Xiaolin Dragon of Fire, Kimiko Tohomiko is the only female member of the team. Kimiko is the most tech-savvy member of the team and comes from Japan. Kimiko also changes hairstyles and outfits almost every episode. Kimiko's signature move is Shoku Mars Fire. Her preferred Shen Gong Wu is the Hanabi Star. She has the shortest temper, generally at even the slightest provocation. She can however be extremely focused and ignore outer, annoying, distractions.
Raimundo Pedrosa (Eric Bauza): The Xiaolin Dragon of Wind, Raimundo is stubborn and self-centered, but also does anything to protect his friends. Raimundo is street-smart and the group's self-proclaimed rebel, he comes from Brazil from the city Rio de Janeiro. Raimundo's signature move is Shoku Astro Wind. His preferred Shen Gong Wu is the Sword of Lucida.
Clay Bailey (David Kaye): The Xiaolin Dragon of Earth, Clay is the team muscle and a homegrown Texas cowboy. Clay sometimes speaks in "cowboy slang", and uses metaphors. Because of his good gentleman manners, he never fights girls. He also has a bad case of stage fright. His large size and sensible demeanor belittles his good-humored and gentle nature. The only time he gets really mad is if someone takes or destroys his beloved cowboy hat. Clay has a sister named Jessie who is an outlaw and leader of the Black Vipers. Clay's signature move is Shoku Jupiter Earth. His preferred Shen Gong Wu is the Fist of the Iron Bear.
Ping Pong (Tara Strong): The Xiaolin Dragon of Wood. Ping Pong is very noble and loving. He is also very quick on his feet and talks with a slight French accent. Ping Pong grew up as a messenger for monistaries across Europe with his dream of one day joining the monks. He is rather fond of "brother" Omi.