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HallOfWarriors
The Sacred Hall of Warriors! No way! Look at this place...
  Po upon first entering the hall, Kung Fu Panda  

The Hall of Warriors (also called the Sacred Hall of Warriors or the Hall of Heroes) is a revered hall located within the main part of the Jade Palace. It was built along with the Palace nine hundred years ago in honor of Oogway for creating Kung Fu. This prestigious hallway was made to honor and commemorate the memories of fallen heroes who upheld the teachings of Oogway and used Kung Fu as a force for good.[1]

History

Beginnings

The Hall of Warriors was built along with the Jade Palace nine hundred years ago in honor of Oogway for creating Kung Fu. This prestigious hallway was made to honor and commemorate the memories of fallen heroes who upheld the teachings of Oogway and used Kung Fu as a force for good.

In Kung Fu Panda

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It was here in the Hall of Warriors that Tai Lung was presented before Oogway by Shifu, in order to determine if he was worthy of becoming the Dragon Warrior. Unfortunately, Oogway saw darkness in Tai Lung's heart, and ultimately refused him the title, as well as the Dragon Scroll, which was being kept in the Hall of Warriors itself. Outraged by this denial, Tai Lung laid waste to the Valley of Peace before returning to the palace and crashing through the doors of the Hall of Warriors, with the intent to claim the scroll for himself. Tai Lung brutally knocked Shifu aside and leapt for the scroll, but was stopped in his tracks by Oogway and defeated. After this incident, Tai Lung was sent to Chorh-Gom Prison for his crimes.

To be continued...

In Legends of Awesomeness

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Design and Architecture

Interior

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Exterior

See Jade Palace

Artifacts

Weapons and Armor

Paintings and Ceramics

Other Points of Interest

Gallery

References

  1. Kung Fu Panda Official Site - The Jade Palace (old version; retrieved July 29th, 2010)
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