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Raimundo Pedrosa is one of the four protagonists of Xiaolin Showdown. He was the Xiaolin Dragon of the Wind, having originally joined the Temple from a circus in Brazil.
After three years of working with the monks in defending the world from evil, Raimundo was promoted to the rank of Shoku Warrior, resulting in him gaining full leadership of the team.
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