|Japanese Name:||道 潤|
|Romanized Name:||Dào Jun|
|English Name:||Jun Tao|
|First Appearance:||Chapter 11 (Manga)|
Episode 5 (Anime)
|Japanese VA:||Michiko Neya|
|English VA:||Lisa Ortiz|
|Japanese Name:||Lee Pyron|
|English Name:||Lee Pai Long|
Jun is a tall, slender young woman who has long sage green hair that is layers in length, spiked up and is neatly clipped. She constantly wears a cheongsam decorated with a golden dragon and a panda with a high slit and a garter that holds her daoshi talismans on her left leg. She is also considered rather attractive.
Like Ren, she once thought that her Jiang Shi was only a tool to be used for the families ambition. However after facing Yoh, she soon changed her opinion.
Jun was taught by her father that her most important duty was to care about the Tao Family. Thus she heavily believes in Ren's abilities and will do almost anything to make him Shaman King. She is also very confident in herself and in her Jiang Shi Lee Pyron saying that as a Kung-Fu Master he would be more powerful than Amidamaru who was only a mere samurai.
Abilities and PowersEdit
As a Dàoshì she can control corpses with her Jufu Talismans, which she writes with her own blood and uses them to give the corpses orders. She also has knowledge of the human anatomy which in turn allows her to stitch up Pyron whenever he is cut to pieces, and with it she also becomes Lady Sati's apprentice and later learns how to resurrect people.
- See More: Lee Pyron
Her guardian ghost is Lee Pyron, a Jiang Shi. He was once a famous movie actor, and also a Kung-Fu Master. He was later murdered by the Tao Family and his corpse was stolen during his own funeral. At first he was merely a spirit bound to his own corpse and controlled by Jun's talisman, but later regained his own will and fought for Jun without the use of the talisman.
He was later turned into the prototype of a new Tao-Style Jiang, the power of science and the over soul working together, and several mechanisms and accessories were added to his body. The pile bunker systems inside his arms allows him to crush even iron.
She was raised by her father and taught that her most important duty was to care for the Tao Family. This led her to care a lot for her little brother, Ren.
Coming to TokyoEdit
When Ren failed to acquire Amidamaru from Asakura Yoh, Jun was ordered by the Tao Family to come and help her little brother. She first appears when Ryu and his gang have found another Best Place, which had recently been bought by Ren. After scaring Ryu and his gang away, Jun tells Ren why she has come and that it would be an easy thing to acquire the samurai spirit.
When she fought Amidamaru (integrated with Yoh), Lee Pyron did indeed have the upper hand. After Oyamada Manta gives Yoh Ryu's wooden sword, however, Amidamaru unleashes his Shockwave Buddha-Giri and destroys Lee's talisman at range.
Shaman Fights in TokyoEdit
Jun is seen again when Ren is about to fight Yoh. She pleads with her father to release Ren from the family and allow him to follow his own ways. She explains what she has learned from her father, and that she knoas that no matter what Ren does, he would lose. Because of this her father becomes angry and ties her up in the dungeon to be punished. At the same time he also cuts Pyron into several pieces.
Shaman Fights Second RoundEdit
Invading the PlantEdit
After the barbecue Jun appears before Asakura Mikihisa and Blocken Meyer in distress and informs Mikihisa that she is unable to find either Redseb or Seyram, much to the shock of everyone present. After Gandhara returns she travels with everyone to the Continent of Mu; though in the end they are too late as Hao awakens and violently kills them all. Jun later reappears on board the Soul Train together with the rest of her family and responds to her father in tears that Ren is the family's pride.
In the English anime series she, like Ren, speaks with a British accent.
- Some consider Jun to be the sex symbol of Shaman King along with Kanna Bismarch.
- ↑ Shaman King Manga - Capter 247
- ↑ Shaman King Manga - Kang Zeng Bang Volume 14 Extras; Shaman File 196
- ↑ Shaman King Manga - Kang Zeng Bang Volume 2 Extras; Shaman File 12
- ↑ Shaman King Manga - Chapter 299
|e v||Tao Family|
|Members:||Tao Ching | Tao Ran | Tao Yúan | Tao Jun | Tao Ren | Tao Men | Tao Ginny (Anime Only) | Tao Soumei (Anime Only) | Tao Kyou (Anime Only)|
|Spirits:||Bason | Hei-Tao | Tao Family Ancestors | Kyuuki|
|Jiang Shis:||Lee Pyron | Shamon | Shu | Kyo | Gohukuseitai | Torture Brothers | Shimamura Jōtarō | Corpse Infantry | Yugai (Anime Only) | Gurai (Anime Only) | Jackie (Anime Only)|
|Tools:||Memory Tablet Armor | Bâo-Lèi Sword|