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After talking about tigress and kion's similar superhero beginnings, I was thinking that if po, the furious five and kion and the night pride met, what would you imagine in this great crossover idea
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On June 6 2008, the first kung fu panda film came to theaters and started one of the most bodaciously awesome movie franchises in history, and on that day in 2020, its the 12th anniversary of the film. And the franchise has been growing stronger ever since, what are your thoughts on this awesome milestone.
Hi all. I noticed there is a need to reduce the byte size for Po's article so I was going to make it a project of mine to clean it up, but before I get started I wanted to consider the communities' feedback. The majority of the information in Po's biography section is basically just movie summaries, even though there are already pages dedicated to each of the movies on the wiki.
My main question is: What information should speficially be kept in Po's biography that would make it unique to Po's article as opposed to just a movie summary?
I've recently modified one of the rules listed in the forum's Guidelines (linked in the left sidebar of the forum's main page), specifically the one that informs about what kind of topics are permitted to be posted and discussed:
"Keep all conversations on-topic and related to Kung Fu Panda."
I've added this new line of text to that rule:
"No discussion on real-world topics that do not directly relate to Kung Fu Panda."
WHAT DOES THIS MEAN?
It means that any posts (threads and replies alike) talking about some kind of event happening in the real world are no longer permitted. This applies to ALL negative topics (such as tragedies or widespread events), as well as SOME positive topics (such as movements or selective holidays). These will both be left up to administrative discernment.
To clarify a little more: the new rule applies to topics that "do not directly relate to Kung Fu Panda." This means that if the basic topic itself has no connection whatsoever to Kung Fu Panda, then it cannot be posted about. There are some exceptions, hence why there will be administrative discernment.
Here's an example of this: the health condition or death of someone involved in helping to make Kung Fu Panda. Such a topic would obviously be considered "tragic," but because the person in question has a pre-existing connection to Kung Fu Panda, it would be considered "directly related to Kung Fu Panda." Therefore, this kind of topic would be allowed to post about.
WHY WAS THIS ADDED?
I felt this was necessary to add not just because it helps to keep everything on this wiki related to Kung Fu Panda, but also because some recent posts have been "sidestepping" around the existing rule by adding in a Kung Fu Panda topic to the real-world topic. It was non-malicious and unintended though, hence why there will be no action taken against the posters; however, the posts themselves will be removed.
It is NOT my intention to create even more limitations for wiki users on what and what not to post. That's not what I'm trying to do at all. Rather, I'm trying to help facilitate an environment where we Kung Fu Panda fans can congregate together and discuss some of our favorite topics with one another without worrying about outside topics that may make us feel alienated or otherwise uncomfortable.
From now on, please do not post threads or replies that talk about or refer to real-world topics UNLESS they are somehow directly related to Kung Fu Panda.
If you have any questions, comments or concerns about this, please leave them in this thread. Thanks!
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Hey everyone! I'm a closest KFP fan trying to make my debut and strike up conversation with other fans and share my ideas, including head canons!
Anyway, a few peeps in the KFP fandom have made note that Southern Chinese tigers, Tigress’ species, are larger than pandas, and while obviously the films don't need to portray each animal 100% accurately I personally head canon that Tigress might have been born prematurely/sickly. The runt, so to speak, which is why she is smaller than Po even as an adult.
Her parents might have given her up thinking she wouldn’t survive or hoping that the people at the orphanage would be able to care for her better than they could.
I'm sorry if there is already a thread like this, but I'm open to hear other people's thoughts!
I looked carefully at the photo:
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Shifu, I think, has suffered more than any kung fu master has suffered before. He was abandoned by his father, disdained by the first five, he had to leave his girlfriend. And it was shown that he found inner peace only because he survived his son's betrayal. It is very nonsense.
(Sorry for my bad English.)