All Tied Up Chapter 3"Get back here, you lizard with wings!" Barked Buck as he lunged towards the pterosaur who was gliding only Buck's length above the ground. "Stop chasing me!" The pterosaur as he turned his head towards Buck. The pterosaur began flapping his wings repeatedly causing a large grey cloud of dust to form. Buck coughed furiously and shielded his eye as the cloud of dust began to swallow him. Ha! You're joking if you think you can get away that easily! Buck thought.All Tied Up Chapter 34 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
As the pterosaur looked down at the cloud of dust that was now far below him, he began to mockingly crackle at Buck's apparent defeat. However, he suddenly noticed that springing out from the dust was the distended upper half of Buck's body with his jaws wide open which clamped down on the pterosaur's tail, in which the pterosaur let out a squawk of pain. In the dust below the upper half of Buck, his hind paws furiously sank their claws into the soil to anchor Buck to the ground, only to be tugged out of the soil
KFP 3: Stripes of the Past Chapter 1It was a bright, sunny morn, with a few thin wisps of cloud scattered here and there in the beautiful bright-blue canvas of the sky. The radiance of the golden sun preside over the towering Jade Mountain from which Jade Palace sat atop and filtered through the canopies of the ironwood tree copse near the Training Hall, from which a repetitive din of resounding boom noises echoed at even intervals. Many of the trees there had deep dents in their trunks, others were practically broken and toppled over, and many were little more than piles of sawdust for this was where Master Tigress had trained for twenty years, building a tolerability to physical pain that reached a point where she was practically numb to it from the shoulders down. She now not only had the strength to pulverize an iron hammer with one punch, but she could do so without feeling a thing. She had shared this information with Po during a sparring match on their trip to Gongmen City.KFP 3: Stripes of the Past Chapter 12 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
Po was utterly astoun
All Tied Up Chapter 4Buck strutted bluntly through the underbrush, furiously swiping away leaves in font of him, and as his anger burned, his knot felt tighter and tighter as though it were clenching with anger. As Buck shoved away the last leaf in his way, he finally found Thomas crouched near a small lake with a small mammal squirming in his grasp.All Tied Up Chapter 44 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
As Thomas quickly noticed Buck stepping out of the bush, he sheepishly placed the mammal onto the ground and watched as it scrambled into the bush. "Good afternoon, Buckminster " Thomas greeted Buck formally. "What brings you here?" "This does!" Buck hollered as he gestured to his knot. "I have theorized that your mammalian foolishness would eventually lead you into a situation such as this." Thomas sighed as he observed Buck's knot.
"Look; can you just help me untie this thing?" Asked Buck. "Absolutely!" Thomas promptly proclaimed as he raised his head proudly. "But first, I would very much like to know how you have gotten into this predicament."
KFP 3: Stripes of the Past Chapter 4“What happened?”KFP 3: Stripes of the Past Chapter 42 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
Tigress was inwardly asking herself the same thing. What had happened? The most she knew was that she had just witnessed a bizarre, inexplicable sequence of bewildering visions upon seeing the curious symbol on the croc Commander’s armor, but why did she see them? What did they mean? There was one vision, however, that she found rather easy to interpret—the one in which an unknown tigress supposedly deserts the cub reaching up and mewing pleadingly to her. She was willing to explain the most she knew of what she had seen, but not until she was alone with her comrades.
“Let’s get these bandits bounded up,” Tigress sighed. “I’ll explain everything later.”
Without any disagreement, Po and the rest of the Five set about finding whatever they use to bind the unconscious bandits that remained. Tigress was about to do so
KFP - Origins - Chap. 1Rated "PG" for violence and some frightening situations.KFP - Origins - Chap. 15 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
Kung Fu Panda: Origins
Chapter 1: Changzhi
Breathing in the morning air, he continued his way through the back gardens of the Jade Palace, towards the Sacred Peach Tree. The stone walkway beneath him was worn and smooth from the many generations that had treaded it before him.
His students now the sons and daughters he had too long denied himself of having would be waiting for him in the village square. It was the day of the Changzhi Festival, a celebration that welcomed cooler weather and longer days. Shifu, however, had felt like he needed to go to that painted hill that had so often been a retreat for him and his master. For the third day in a row now, he felt that something was hanging over the Valley and over the Jade Palace itself And it wasnt something good. And hed have to figure it out himself this time, without the profound riddles and clues of Master Oogway.
Ever since he h
KFP 3: Stripes of the Past Chapter 2Tigress had spent a considerable length of time ruminating within the heart of the ironwood copse to a point where she sat down beneath the shade of a tree and assumed a meditating position, as she found herself lost in a deep reminiscence. Not long since the day her foster father, Master Shifu, had adopted her from Bao Gu Orphanage had she begun practicing the training method of punching ironwood trees. With their thick trunks and dense wood as hard as iron (hence their name), punching these trees was a torturously agonizing, bone-shattering form of training, but striving for all it was worth to grow up to be the best warrior she could be, Tigress knew that it would be worth it. It was originally founded by gorillas, but this form of training was adopted into Tiger Style training, for the tigers—being fierce, powerful and direct when it came to combat—strongly admired this training method, for not only did it help strengthen one's punches, it trained one to endure pain to a point wherKFP 3: Stripes of the Past Chapter 22 years ago in General Fiction More Like This