- This article is about the room featured in Kung Fu Panda 3. For other uses, see Scroll (disambiguation).
|“||There's so much wisdom in here, I can't find anything.||”|
|—Shifu while looking for a scroll, Kung Fu Panda 3|
The scroll room (also titled "Jade Palace Scroll Room") is a room located in the Jade Palace. It is "an archive of kung fu history and knowledge," with well over a thousand scrolls stored in its shelves. It was first featured in Kung Fu Panda 3 when Shifu sought knowledge about Kai after an attack by his jade zombies. It is also a playable level in Kung Fu Panda: Showdown of Legendary Legends.
Kung Fu Panda 3 art director Max Boas describes the scroll room as "an ancient library with the feel of a slightly messy, neglected attic that no one has been in for years." The room is indeed unkempt, as the scrolls are messily strewn all over the room. Shifu alludes to this when he says, "There's so much wisdom in here, I can't find anything." Some piles of scrolls have also collected a significant layer of dust, as when Shifu leaps down from one of the shelves and onto one of the piles, a cloud of dust forms at his feet.
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The scroll room is featured as a playable level called the Jade Palace Scroll Room.
- There are approximately 1,600 scrolls in the scroll room. According to Kung Fu Panda 3 modeling supervisor Jason Turner, they were clustered into groups of fifty when constructing the room for the film, as it would otherwise "bring the render system to its proverbial knees."