History WesternAnimation / KungFuPandaLegendsOfAwesomeness

24th Nov '17 3:15:00 AM jormis29
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** James Hong also reprises as Mr. Ping, the only VA to keep his role across all KFP media (movies, shorts, TV series and video games).

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** James Hong Creator/JamesHong also reprises as Mr. Ping, the only VA to keep his role across all KFP media (movies, shorts, TV series and video games).
17th Nov '17 4:17:18 PM foxley
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* PerfectlyCromulentWord: In "Father Crime", Shifu's ConArtist father peppers his speech with these to bamboozle his marks.
17th Nov '17 3:55:37 PM foxley
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* WakeUpFighting: In "Master Ping", Ping is staying at the Jade Palace has has kept the Furious Five awake with his sinuses. During training, Tigress falls asleep leaning against Po. When Shifu asks someone to wake her up, Po nudges her and is immediately dealt an OffhandBackhand.
7th Nov '17 8:49:38 PM foxley
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* NotWearingPantsDream: In one episode, Po has a dream where he is given advice by his pants. At the end of the dream, he wonders, if his pants are floating in front of him, then what is wearing? Looking down, he lets out a shriek and reaches down to cover himself just as he wakes. Mantis glances at him and asks "The talking pants dream again?".
15th Sep '17 6:18:34 PM foxley
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* BringTheAnchorAlong: In "Has-Been Hero", Crane is captured and tied to a rotating wooden pillar. He escapes still tied to the pillar and uses it as a battering ram to smash his way out of the villain's hideout. Later Monkey uses the pillar as a weapon, with Crane still tied to it.
30th Aug '17 11:37:16 PM MasamiPhoenix
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* PowerCopy: Much like in the movies, only taken UpToEleven, Po can copy almost any technique after seeing it once or a handful of times.
14th Jul '17 6:31:08 PM foxley
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* TheCollector: General Tsin in "The Most Dangerous Po", who capturing the most dangerous villains in China and imprisoning them as his personal collection. Also an example of HuntingTheMostDangerousGame and TheJailer.
14th Jul '17 6:26:13 PM foxley
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* TheJailer: General Tsin in "The Most Dangerous Po", who capturing the most dangerous villains in China and imprisoning them as his personal collection. Also an example of HuntingTheMostDangerousGame and TheCollector.
14th Mar '17 11:00:26 PM Karxrida
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%%** He starts off as ReformedButRejected (by Tigress and the rest of the Five, who are understandably leery); then he reveals to his son that [[spoiler:[[HeelFaceMole the whole thing was a ruse]] so as to get revenge on Po]]...except that apparently he really ''was'' going to be a CivilianVillain until Po's seeming superiority by making him his "assistant" [[SecondPlaceIsForLosers offended Taotie]]. But considering it was fairly obvious Po meant nothing insulting, was genuinely trying to help, and [[HorribleJudgeOfCharacter truly believed he could change]], it seems just as likely that Taotie was just looking for an excuse to slip into ChronicVillainy again. Then when he discovers the nature of Po's gift to him ([[spoiler:replacing the magnifier he'd had stolen long ago]]), Taotie reforms for real, sabotaging his own machine to save Po. [[spoiler:But at the last, because he did still turn on the Valley and nearly wreck it with his machines again, [[MoralDissonance he still gets returned to Chorh-Gom]]...pushing him back to evil yet again out of quite justified resentment.]] [[StatusQuoIsGod Sigh]].

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%%** He starts off as ReformedButRejected (by Tigress and the rest of the Five, who are understandably leery); then he reveals to his son that [[spoiler:[[HeelFaceMole the whole thing was a ruse]] so as to get revenge on Po]]...except that apparently he really ''was'' going to be a CivilianVillain FalselyReformedVillain until Po's seeming superiority by making him his "assistant" [[SecondPlaceIsForLosers offended Taotie]]. But considering it was fairly obvious Po meant nothing insulting, was genuinely trying to help, and [[HorribleJudgeOfCharacter truly believed he could change]], it seems just as likely that Taotie was just looking for an excuse to slip into ChronicVillainy again. Then when he discovers the nature of Po's gift to him ([[spoiler:replacing the magnifier he'd had stolen long ago]]), Taotie reforms for real, sabotaging his own machine to save Po. [[spoiler:But at the last, because he did still turn on the Valley and nearly wreck it with his machines again, [[MoralDissonance he still gets returned to Chorh-Gom]]...pushing him back to evil yet again out of quite justified resentment.]] [[StatusQuoIsGod Sigh]].
14th Mar '17 10:59:40 PM Karxrida
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* ReformedButRejected[=/=]CivilianVillain[=/=]ChronicVillainy: Taotie's attempts to become a good guy in "Bosom Buddies" straddle and shift back and forth between these tropes.
** He starts off as ReformedButRejected (by Tigress and the rest of the Five, who are understandably leery); then he reveals to his son that [[spoiler:[[HeelFaceMole the whole thing was a ruse]] so as to get revenge on Po]]...except that apparently he really ''was'' going to be a CivilianVillain until Po's seeming superiority by making him his "assistant" [[SecondPlaceIsForLosers offended Taotie]]. But considering it was fairly obvious Po meant nothing insulting, was genuinely trying to help, and [[HorribleJudgeOfCharacter truly believed he could change]], it seems just as likely that Taotie was just looking for an excuse to slip into ChronicVillainy again. Then when he discovers the nature of Po's gift to him ([[spoiler:replacing the magnifier he'd had stolen long ago]]), Taotie reforms for real, sabotaging his own machine to save Po. [[spoiler:But at the last, because he did still turn on the Valley and nearly wreck it with his machines again, [[MoralDissonance he still gets returned to Chorh-Gom]]...pushing him back to evil yet again out of quite justified resentment.]] [[StatusQuoIsGod Sigh]].

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* ReformedButRejected[=/=]CivilianVillain[=/=]ChronicVillainy: %%* ReformedButRejected: Taotie's attempts to become a good guy in "Bosom Buddies" straddle and shift back and forth between these tropes.
** %%** He starts off as ReformedButRejected (by Tigress and the rest of the Five, who are understandably leery); then he reveals to his son that [[spoiler:[[HeelFaceMole the whole thing was a ruse]] so as to get revenge on Po]]...except that apparently he really ''was'' going to be a CivilianVillain until Po's seeming superiority by making him his "assistant" [[SecondPlaceIsForLosers offended Taotie]]. But considering it was fairly obvious Po meant nothing insulting, was genuinely trying to help, and [[HorribleJudgeOfCharacter truly believed he could change]], it seems just as likely that Taotie was just looking for an excuse to slip into ChronicVillainy again. Then when he discovers the nature of Po's gift to him ([[spoiler:replacing the magnifier he'd had stolen long ago]]), Taotie reforms for real, sabotaging his own machine to save Po. [[spoiler:But at the last, because he did still turn on the Valley and nearly wreck it with his machines again, [[MoralDissonance he still gets returned to Chorh-Gom]]...pushing him back to evil yet again out of quite justified resentment.]] [[StatusQuoIsGod Sigh]].
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