Ok, 'member that I had posted something called "Two Family Renunions?? Well, I'm kinda re-posting that. But it's gonna be different, let me tell you.
Here is...FIRST PART. He's my friend.
Chapter One: Secret Revealed
It was six thirty, and Po was hungry.
He trudged lazily towards the kitchen, rubbing his eyes and yawning.
He heard the slight patter of feet and turned around to face Monkey.
"What are you doing?" he asked. Po responded with a loud yawn.
"Just...getting something...to eat." he drawled. Monkey sighed.
"Po, every ten minutes you eat something! I've even seen you sleep-
eating! Every ten minutes each night!"
Po yawned again.
"You need to go back to sleep," Monkey snickered.
"No...Must eat..." Po snored. Monkey half-lead, half-dragged him to
Then suddenly, as Monkey dropped Po on his mattress, a loud BANG!!!
exploded in the air.
Po sat bolt upright. Monkey whistled through his teeth.
"It's happening." he whispered.
"What on earth," Po said nervously "was that?"
"Tigress," responded Monkey "That's what."
Po and Monkey looked out the window. There she was. And now Po could
see what had happened. An ironwood tree had been literally chopped in
half, and it had fallen on top of a gong. Tigress was looking down the
hill, clenching and unclenching her hand. Po spotted a small scarlet
spot the front of her paw.
"Eww." Monkey whispered "She's bleeding."
"That was...AWESOME!!!" Po squealed.
"You're happy because she hurt herself?"
"What? No, no! Just what she did with that tree!"
Po stared back, eyes wide. Monkey rolled his eyes.
Tigress was punching another ironwood tree. Peices of bark flew
"Why does she do that?" Po asked, his wondering green eyes on Tigress.
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Ok...thanks. That's a good idea, but I've already got plenty of stories I need to take care of, and plenty of chapters for this story. But thanks for the idea anyway...why don't you write it? I bet it would be a pretty cool story! :D Keep reading and commenting!
Chapter Twenty-Five: Surprise Attack
"Ha! Beat you again!"
Po grumbled but smiled good-naturally.
"You're a pretty good player, Monké." Po said, looking down at the mah-
jong board. He had been utterly defeated yet again by the panda guard.
"I practiced with your dad. He's the best of the best," Monké
responded. Dhani looked up from his book and laughed.
"Whatever you say," the Leader smirked.
"Mr. Ping, y'know, my other dad, he's amazing. I should set you up for
a match sometime," Po said. Dhani raised an eyebrow.
"He beat Master Shifu."
Dhani seemed to ponder this for a while before responding, "Well, we
Monké sighed happily. "Well, I better be going home, Master Po." the
panda guard chuckled. "My family's awaitin'."
"Go on then," Leader Dhani said. Monké shuffled to his feet clumsily,
bowed, and then lumbered out the door.
"Well, I'm gonna go check on Tigress." Po smiled. His dad eyed him with a gleam in his eyes. "Go ahead, son." he grunted cheerfully. Po smiled and ran out, closing the oak door behind him.
Zain led Tigress through the village, crimson light from the lanterns giving a slight rosy sheen to her fur, making her amber eyes twinkle brightly, her unemotional, stony expression seem alight and merry. She gazed around the village with unsurpressed wonder. Small cubs scuffled on the smooth, sandy path, stopping only to watch the stranger walk past them. Some, seeing Zain, bowed respectfully. Tigress took note of this, recalling he had said something about being soon-to-be leader of the village, and now he could prove he was right.
Tigers, some white-furred, others orange, sauntered by with cheerful greetings and high-held heads. They were one of the most powerful races in all of history--they had a reason to stand proud and majestic. Tigress was so awestruck with the whole scene that she didn't the two cubs scamper up to her until they were right at her feet.
Two pairs of eyes stared up at her on striped faces. Suddenly, one of the cubs, a white tigress, piped up, "Uncle Zain!"
She pranced over to the tiger, who grabbed her and tossed her in the air effortlessy, catching her with ease. The cub giggled joyfully, laughing harder as Zain tickled her.
The other cub, an orange one, raced up to Zain and cuddled against his side, purring softly. The green-eyed tiger looked down in mock surprise and with his free paw ruffled the top of her head. "Hi, girls."
Tigress cocked her head at his gentle demeanor as he gingerly set down the white cub. Zain looked up, having forgotten that Tigress was there, and let out an embarrassed chuckle. "Tigress, these are my nieces, Moonbeam and Sunshine." He gestured first to the white cub and then to the orange. "Kids, this is Master Tigress from China. She's a Kung-Fu Master."
Moonbeam's dark green eyes grew wide as dinner plates and Sumshine's jaw dropped almost to the floor.
Suddenly, the feline was bombarded with questions.
"Is it true they make the best noodles in the world?"
"What's it like?"
"Does it have mountains? "
"Is there really a yellow river there?"
"What's a dumpling?"
"What kind of animals live there?"
Zain chuckled at Tigress's wild-eyed demeanor as the endless chatter of the twins made her brain swirl and feel like mush.
"Girls, girls," Zain interrupted. "Master Tigress will answer you questions soon enough, but right now we need to go," Moonbeam looked a bit crestfallen but cheered up when Sunshine offored to play skipping-rope with her, and the two dashed of to do whatever other mischevious plans they had for the day.
"I'm sorry, Tigress, they're just--really curious," Zain sighed, rolling his eyes good-naturedly.
"It's fine." Tigress grinned softly . "Curious indeed." she mumbled as she watched the two little felines skip off, a slight warm feelin in her stomach making her give a start when she noticed Zain was staring at her.
He cleared his throat and quickly looked away. "Would you like to see Leader Rasket?" he questioned. Tigress couldn't stifle her excitement, bobbing her head up and down in a yes.
"Well...follow me, then." Zain responded, and Tigress complied, completely oblivous to the two burning red eyes glaring at her in the shadows of two massive ironwoods.
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Glad you thought it was despcriptive...I hoped it was. Thank you for reading and commenting!
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OMG I felt like I've been struck by lightning...I just noticed that I've gotten OVER 20O POSTS! AHHHH!!! (runs around wildly for two hours). Soo happy.....(pant) Anyway, glad you like the story! Keep reading and commenting!
That was really great! I think the next part should be about how Po and Monkey were sitting on the roof of the palace watching Tigress wait for another bamboo chute to break. A big strong tiger went up to her, it was master Tiger. They watched Tigress nuzzle him and run off. Po was worried. He thought Tigress would want to have a cub with master Tiger. I think the story should be called Tigress's New Tiger Friend.
That was so descriptive!!! I loved it!! Milky shafts of light, swinging red lanterns that gave off an orange-red glow, a pale yellow tower with creeping green ivy and blooming orange flowers? TOO COOL!!!
Heh, yeah, Tigress IS kind of hungrier than Po And of course I'll read it! Thanks for your comment, and keep reading!
Here is the next part!
Zain grinned, and Tigress looked away from his twinkling green eyes to
the ground. "The Tiger Village lies just beyond this forest," he
"Oh?" Tigress stammered. She couldn't look up, her fur hot with the
embarrassment of knowing that Zain was staring at her with thoughtful
"You're from China, right?" He said softly, the snide tone gone.
"You..you survived, right?"
Tigress nodded, swallowing back her overriding emotions and looking
Zain straight in the eye. "Would you," she hesitated for a milosecond,
before continueing steadily, "Mind showing me this Village?"
"Sure," Zain responded light-heartedly.
Tigress stopped again and looked up at the half-disc of the pale moon,
shining faintly along with the glimmering stars as the dark blue
night crept up and began to take over the evening. She would be missed
if she didn't return soon. Po would be worried...
Forget Po. She would be fine. It was only for a few minutes, right?
"You coming?" Zain twisted his head around, his eyes pale circles of
green gleaming from the moon's rays, which turned his fur silver-
orange and outlined his features. Tigress nodded slightly and quickly
shifted her gaze from his green eyes to the floor.
Without another word, Zain dropped on all fours and began padding down
the undergrowth. Tigress followed the sound of crunching brambles and
kept her eyes trained on his waving tail, the only thing she could
spot as the forest swallowed him up.
After a while, Tigress noticed that she could see better. Lights
danced with the shadows, ilumanating the trees and giving a
supernatural glow to the leaves.
"We're getting close." Zain answered Tigress's unsaid question. "Just
a couple more minutes."
The moon was shining brightly in the indigo sky, defying anyone to
come and oppose it's brilliance. Shafts of it's milky light sliced
through the branches of the towering trees.
Zain's word proved true; it seemed not five minutes and Tigress's
amber eyes fell on quite a sight.
Between two sloping mini mountains, a town much larger than the
Panda's rested. Red lanterns swung brightly on ropes, giving a red-
orange glow to the village. Sturdy brick houses stood very seperate
from each other, and maybe that's why it looked more spacious than the
Panda Village. The streets were smooth and worn down through years of
plodding feet, and tigers were walking down the paths. Some with cubs,
others in groups, others alone.
There was a sturdy tower much like Leader Dhani's, except it was a
pale yellow, and orange flowers were blooming along the walls, growing
of creeping green ivy. And much to Tigress's delight, she could spot a
cluster of ironwoods far in the distance. She had to forcibly restrain
herself from running over to them.
Zain was waiting patiently for her to take it all in. "Well?" He
"It's amazing." Tigress couldn't help slip out. This was the place she
had dreamed of for so long...
"Come on then, I'll show you around. I'll bet Leader Rasket would like
to see you." Zain said.
Tigress almost flinched at his warm tone. Should she trust him?
She had already decided that when she had followed him here, so the
striped feline nodded, though kept her distance.
Zain smiled but sighed inaudibly, trying not to look disappointed.
This was hard...
"Come on, then, Tigress." The tiger said.
Tigress knew she should correct him for calling her by her name
without her proper title, but she let it brush by. Who cared? She
followed Zain as he led her down the hill, with the moon shining
Wow, that's funny! I feel bad for poor Tigress, but it was SO CUTE seeing her like that! She reminded me of Blaze... well, she IS Blaze's aunt after all, but you get my point, haha! But AWESOME chapters, I LOVED them, and sorry for taking so long to post! LOVE IT!!!!
This is a great story! And yeah, I did see Island of The Past on there. I don't have a membership, but it's still fun to cruise around and review as a guest. I think I should do a demo sketch of what that would look like.... (The 80's party, if I was off-topic)