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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Po was right. The panda and the tigress had spent a very eventful day
together. Exploring the valley, eating, playing mah-jong, eating,
talking, eating, and then more eating. Lots of eating. And Po
discovered Tigress had a soft spot for cubs. Especially little pandas.
And Po got to see Tigress act completely opposite of herself. Wait
till the rest of the Masters found out....
The two were walking home, when Po suddenly asked the question that
had been nagging him all day out loud.
"What happened to you, Tigress?"
Tigress looked up, distracted from her thoughts. "What do you mean?"
"Why are you acting like this?"
Tigress was about to answer, when suddenly, she stumbled backwards
with a moan, shaking a head and putting an orange paw to her forehead.
"Tigress, are you alright?"
The feline tried to answer, but instead, with a shudder, she collapsed
on to the dirt floor.
"Tigress, Tigress wake up!" Po gasped, shaking the pantherine's
shoulder fervently. Images coursed through his mind of when she had
first crumpled to the floor like this, when she had had the vision
sending them here. The panda turned her over gently, but her eyes were
He was pondering on wether to carry her to the tower when her amber
eyes fluttered open. "Oh, thank goodness, Tigress, you're okay!"
"Po?" she croaked, shaking her striped head slowly and squeezing her
eyes shut. "Why are we outside...why are you here?"
She blinked in confusion, then pushed the bear's paw away before
standing up. She dusted her pants off, and with an inexplicable sad
feeling, Po realized her voice had gone back to it's serious tone.
"Now, explain, Dragon Warrior." She stated.
Po scratched his head and retold the events of the day, from finding
her in her room to seeing her collapse. Tigress just stared at him
with cold eyes the whole time, the spark of joy having vanished.
"Forgive me for acting like this," she said in a less-than-friendly
voice. "It will not happen again."
"But why?" Po asked. "Why were you being so..so..." he couldn't find
the right word, so he stopped.
Tigress glared at him before growling. "Chocolates. Never, ever, give
me chocolate." Then the feline stalked away, her tail lashing back and
"But what if I want to?" Po murmured sadly, before sighing and
trudging towards his father's tower.
Wow. This story is superlative (Me + big words = FAIL). I literally spent all of my night on Sunday reading this. I love how you portray Tigress, also. You have her personality right on the spot. Keep up the grand work!
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Chapter Twenty Three Part Two
Po watched in silent amazement as Tigress downed her fourth bowl of
"Hungry, weren't you?" Leader Dhani scoffed with wide eyes. Tigress
looked at the empty pot that had once been brimming with soup.
"Huh? Oh, yeah. Starving." She answered, giving a satisfied sigh. All
Po could do was gawk, wondering distantly if this was how the Five
felt when he had first entered (more like sabotaged) the kitchen.
"Well, feel free to do whatever you want." Po's father chuckled,
spreading his ebony arms wide and beaming. "My house is yours."
Po nodded gradually. "Thanks."
"So, what do you want to do first?" Tigress asked with
uncharacteristic brightness. Leader Dhani shook his head and laughed
quietly, walking over to his study and leaving the tiger and panda
"Uh-uhm..ha, well, ahem, err...you-you decide."
Tigress shrugged. "How 'bout we go outside, explore the village a bit
"Uh...okay?" Po asked, before being dragged put the door.
"Good! Where do you want to go first?" Tigress asked cheerily.
"The physiciatrist. Or the eye doctor. I think I'm hallucinating." Po
murmured. "No, wait, I have to be dreaming!"
"Tigress, punch me!" Po said quickly, then almost smacked himself. If
this wasn't a dream he'd have a broken arm or something. "No, wai-"
Po felt a cracking pain shoot up his arm, and he was dully aware of
flying a couple meters away before landing face-first into the dirt.
"OWW-HOWHOWOWWwwww!!" he gasped.
He could hear the pad of footasteps and feel Tigress's paw on his
back. "Po, are you okay?"
Po felt himself being pulled up, and then he almost stumbled on top of
Tigress. Their noses were a hair breath's apart, and Po felt red creep
up his cheeks involuntarily as he backed up, shaking his head to clear
the fuzziness out of his mind.
Tigress, though, didn't seem to notice. "Po, tell me. Are you okay or
"Yeah-fine," he murmured shyly. His arm didn't feel broken, though it
was numb. Then was taken back by Tigress's response.
"Well, in that case...DID YOU SEE THAT?! I WAS AWESOME!! I
was all like- WAAPOOWW!!" At the least word, the feline gave a punch
to the air and looked back at Po with a smirk. Po facepawed.
"Why are you acting like me?" he blurted out.
Tigress cocked her head. "I'm not acting like you," she said. "I'm
"Yeah, 'bout as normal as a dancing Shifu." he muttured, but Tigress's
keen ears picked up his words.
"I would pay a pretty penny to see that mouse dance." she grinned.
"What?!" Po almost screamed.
"Ah, Tigress, we're not supposed to be talking about our Master like
"Pff, he's not here, is he? And you didn't answer my question. Would
you like to see him dance or not?"
Po thought it over, a sudden smile creeping over his face. He looked
at Tigress with a gleam in his eye. "Oh, yeah, I would!"
Tigress smiled, her eyes narrowed mischeviously.
"You and I are gonna have a lot of fun today," Po smirked.
Actually, that's only the first part. There's a bit more to it, but I couldn't post it yesterday...sorry. Thanks for your comment, though, and keep reading!
XD Yeah, call the ambulance!! Tigress blacked out...who knew Valentine's Day was so DANGEROUS!?
Here is the next part of that chapter...
Po looked up from taking a sip from his soup with a start, his dark
green eyes wandering over to where he had heard the crash.
"Are you alright, Po?" Leader Dhani's hoarse voice asked from the
"Fine, Dad." Po reassured, setting down his bowl of noodles and
getting awkwardly out of his chair. "I'm just gonna go see if Tigress
"You did that two minutes ago!" His father's laugh echoed through the
hall as he came out with his own bowl of soup. "By the way, your
noodles are amazing! Who taught you how to make them?"
"My dad, uh, I mean, Mr. Ping." Po told him, lumbering over to the
stairs and looking up. "I'll be right back, Dad."
"Okay, son!" the panda chuckled, rolling his twinkling eyes and then
taking a long sip of the soup.
Po clambered clumsily up the stairs and then walked nervously over to
Tigress's door. He knocked cautiously.
"Come in!" the voice was shrill and excited, and it sounded as if
Tigress's voice had gone chipmunk.
Po raised an eyebrow with surprise, shrugged, and opened the door.
"Hey, I heard a crash, are you o-o-o...." he never finished the
sentence, because his jaw dropped so low it could of touched the ground.
"I'm fine!" Tigress exclaimed happily, swinging from the top of the
bunk bed on one leg, the other dangling carelessly on her side. Her
arms were crossed and her mouth was a grin that went from ear to ear.
She quickly flipped down, but her smile looked as if it had been
copied and pasted and wouldn't come off. "You needed something?"
"A-ar-are you s-su-sure your-r o-okay?" Po stammered, his eyes round.
"I'm fine, Po!" she said his name with such light-heartedness it was
hard to believe that they weren't best buds since first grade or
"You don't seem okay." Po replied bluntly.
"For the last time, I'm fine." the striped feline assured, her amber
eyes full of something Po couldn't place.
"Is something cooking?" The words snapped Po out of his thoughts.
"I'm hungry. I said 'is something cooking', deaf guy." Her words held
no hostility, just playfulness.
"Uh, yeah." Po managed to slip out. "But didn't you just eat?"
"So what?" Tigress snapped. "I'm still hungry."
"Well, there's, um, noodles in the kitchen...."
"Great! I haven't eaten since forever!"
"You mean five minutes ago," Po said, slightly seeing why Shifu got
annoyed with him.
"No difference," the feline shrugged before jumping past him and
running down the steps eagerly.
"What's happened to Tigress?" Po muttered stupidly to himself, shaking
his head in shock.
I'm glad to see a new fan for this story, and I'm sorry for not posting anything sooner, I had writer's-block for a little bit. Anyway, I'm back! And yeah, Pogress rocks!!
Chapter Twenty-Three: Never, Ever, Give Tigress Sugar. Ever.
Pacing back and forth, with her hands clasped behind her back and her
mouth twisted into a frown, was Tigress.
She was in a nice, comfy room inside the tower, which had a nice,
comfy bed, and had plush cream-colored carpet underfoot.
And right now, Tigress would give anything to be in her room in
the Student Barracks, with it's bare paper walls, stone-hard mat, and
wooden floor, so she could meditate the day away.
No. Right now, what she really wanted to do, was shred every single
ironwood tree she could find.
She was the most powerful of the Furious Five, and yet she could not
sort the puzzling, unimportant feelings mixing around her. Tigress let
out an infuriated snarl.
The feline wanted to kill anything in her path, but fortunately, her
training saw to that and all she could resort to was pacing.
Ten steps forward, turn around, ten steps, turn around...the routine
was hypnotizingly frustrating.
There was a timid knock on the door, and good thing Tigress had
learned to control her anger in her early years, or otherwise poor Po
would of been ripped in two.
She stormed over to the door and tried, unsuccesfully, to not slam it
"What is it?!" Tigress growled.
Even though Po was taller than the striped feline, he felt like an ant
under her scorching glare.
"I-I got you something," he gulped, shakily handed Tigress a small box.
"H-hope you like them."
Before she could say anything in reply, he stumbled down the stairs.
Tigress grunted something then looked down at the wooden box in slight
"Whatever it is, it sure smells good," She commented bluntly before
shutting the door with a creak.
The aroma drifting upwards was tantilizing and rich, and made Tigress
feel a bit giddy, to say the most. She opened the lid and her amber
eyes grew wide.
Tigress gave a small grunt of surprise, which all she could get out.
"Chocolate," she murmured, studying the small round spheres. "Why
The feline gave a light shrug, deciding to eat them later. If she ever
But it looked so good...Tigress could already feel the chocolate
melting in her mouth, and to her shock she found her mouth watering.
As if she were in a trance, the tigress grabbed one of the chocolate
balls and brought it up to her snout, spectulating it.
"I suppose...one can't hurt." She muttered absentmindedly before
placing it delicately in her open mouth.
A flooding sensation of a taste so good it was dizzying hit the roof
of her mouth, and Tigress felt as if she must have more. All thoughts
were directed to the sweet chocolate and Tigress reached over for
another, but suddenly she found her world spinning. She felt as if her
insides were whirling around on a super-fast merry-go-round, and she
stood up, attempting to steady herself, but in vain.
And then it came to her.
"Oh my gosh..." she gasped, "Shifu told me never to eat chocolate..."
And then Tigress's eyes fluttered closed and with a moan she crashed
on the carpeted floor, the box of remaining chocolates still held
tight in one orange paw.
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Chapter Twenty-Two Part Two
"QUEEN LUCAAAA!!!" Zuria screamed frantically, grabbing the solid bars
of the cage and trying to shake them.
"What is it?!" Snapped one of the guards, a dark gray wolf.
"I nweed Queen Luca- ne'ow!" Zuria huffed back.
The guard lowered his snout to eye level, a deep growl rumbling in his
throat. Then he looked at the mink, his amber eyes stretching wide.
"We-weren't you black just a minute ago?" He gasped out.
"Yes," Grante spoke from the back. "And that's why we need to speak to
The wolf, his mouth still hanging open, turned around and gave a
A light brown fox appeared, her eyes trained on the wolf. "Yes, Joil?"
"Get the Queen. This is urgent." Joil said, then glanced back at the
bear and mink. "Now!"
Witha furtive glance at the menacing trees looming above him, Binjo
crept towards the trampled clearing, stepping lightly over the
sleeping bodies of the Morgulins.
He lifted a foot as to not trample a wolf's tail and then held back a
groan when he saw to red eyes peeking out at him.
"'Ello, Binjo," the lioness cackled. "Come out to play?"
The snow tiger set his foot down and grasped the hilt of his sword.
"Yes," he answered. "Why don't we just play by the rules this time,
"I do, Binjo. My rules, that is." With a hiss the lioness lunged out
of the clearing, claws unsheathed and gleaming in the moonlight.
Binjo nimbly jumped out of the way and grabbed Nika's vest. The feline
snarled and twisted around, aiming a kick which sent Binjo staggering
backwards, forcing him to release Nika. He jumped over a snoring
Morgulin and ducked as Nika swung her fist out at him.
The snow tiger gave a low growl and sunk his claws into the lioness's
arm. Nika looked up to meet Binjo's staff bang on her skull, and she
slumped to the ground with a low yelp.
"Game over." Binjo couldn't help but smirk.
Nika mumbled something that sounded like 'rematch', but Binjo gave her
another sound whack and with a final moan, she was silent.
Binjo looked around, making sure no one else had awaken, and then tip-
toed over to the metal cage, bathed in moonlight, and peered through
Two blue orbs flickered in the darkness. "What-?"
With the knowledge that the red panda was alive, Binjo snatched up the
handle of the large cage and then delicately wove his way through the
After heaving a sigh of relief once he stepped foot in the forest
again, the wizard looked back one last time and then fled silently
through the undergrowth.
"Get up!" Coal grunted, and for a response her partner snored loudly.
"Get up, Storm!"
Coal shoved her foot into Storm's belly, succesfully making her groan
and open her crimson eyes. She hissed an insult before hoisting
"What ya do that for?" Storm growled. Coal flashed a satisfied smirk.
"There's no subtle way to wake you," Coal snorted, not even attempting
to hide the snide tone in her voice. "Besides, we need to get going."
Storm grunted something unintelligable back but followed Coal, who was
down on all fours and prowling against the waving stalks of reeds that
bordered the watery rice plains.
"So, where we heading?"
"Just follow my lead."
Coal slunk farther down until she was almost a tail-lenght's away from
the tower, and Storm crawled up to her, both their red eyes gleaming.