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"Terror Cotta" is the twelfth episode from season two of Kung Fu Panda: Legends of Awesomeness.

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Synopsis

Fung finds an old scroll with instructions for making living terra cotta warriors, and soon it's up to Po and the Five to stop his monstrous clay creation.[1]

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Fung's latest attempt to rob the Valley of Peace goes wrong when Po shows up. Their emergency kite escape plan fails when the crocs pull the wrong strings. Fung berates his gang for not putting up a fight and eventually dismisses them, before flying away on his escape kite.

He meets his father Bing who admonishes him for being a disappointment. And losing half his mustache caused Bing's wife to leave.

At the village, Po bonds with Fung's ex-gang after difficulty..

Bing explains to Fung that making terracotta warriors was a respected profession. But back in his day, he could bring them to life. He terrorized villages and stole from the villagers, and just when he had conquered China, he said a goat named Shibai ruined his scheme by losing the secret formula to bring the warriors to life. Fung finds it whilst working in the clay cesspit and creates a warrior.

In the Valley of Peace, Po's attempt to start a band with the crocs goes wrong. While eating at the noodle shop, Po plans to make the crocs the "emergency backup Furious Five", but Gahri insists on the "Junior Panda Squad". Fung commits a mugging with the terracotta warrior he made, and no sooner does he succeed when Po and Fung's former gang arrive to stop it. Their attacks are useless and Fung gets away with the money.

Having spotted Fung's creation, Bing decides to create more terracotta crocs to bring to life. Having amassed an army of terracotta warriors, Bing plans to conquer China once again, with the Valley of Peace being his first target. 

Meanwhile, Po is training the crocs but when the warriors strike, the crocs flee and Po is left to deal with the statues alone. As Po is getting thrown around, Gahri gives a motivational speech to Wong, Irwin, and Wall-Eye. He explained how Po believed in them when no one else did and by not doing anything they would really be losers.  

Inspired, the crocs rush at the statues and start attacking. Po and the crocs are no match for the strength of the statues and Fung who is watching their destruction can't take it anymore and orders the statues to stop attacking. Bing orders his statues to continue their attack.

In the midst of the mayhem, Bing admits that he lost the secret living clay formula as he made Shibai up. Then he and Fung make up. Bing and Fung are then sent to prison and the rest of the croc bandits are willing to go with them(Gahri points out they spend most of their time there anyway).

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Trivia

  • The episode's title and plot elements reference terracotta, a type of clay-based ceramic popularly known for being the basis of the Chinese Terracotta Army.

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Legends of Awesomeness Season 2 episodes
No. in series No. in season Title Directed by Written by Original air date Prod. code
27 1 "Kung Fu Day Care" Juan Meza-Leon Doug Langdale April 6, 2012 201
28 2 "Royal Pain" Lane Lueras Gene Grillo September 26, 2012 214
29 3 "The Most Dangerous Po" Michael Mullen Gene Grillo October 13, 2012 203
30 4 "The Po Who Cried Ghost" Michael Mullen Gene Grillo October 27, 2012 207
31 5 "Kung Shoes" Lane Lueras Doug Langdale November 3, 2012 209
32 6 "Bosom Enemies" Lane Lueras Gene Grillo November 10, 2012 215
33 7 "Enter the Dragon (Part 1)" Aaron Hammersley & Michael Mullen Scott Kreamer & Peter Hastings November 12, 2012 220
34 8 "Enter the Dragon (Part 2)" Aaron Hammersley & Michael Mullen Scott Kreamer & Peter Hastings November 12, 2012 221
35 9 "Master and the Panda" Michael Mullen Gene Grillo November 24, 2012 212
36 10 "Present Tense" Michael Mullen Doug Langdale December 8, 2012 213
37 11 "Shifu's Back" Michael Mullen Paul Rugg January 14, 2013 205
38 12 "Terror Cotta" Michael Mullen Doug Langdale January 15, 2013 225
39 13 "The Spirit Orbs of Master Ding" Lane Lueras Tom Sheppard January 16, 2013 226
40 14 "The Maltese Mantis" Michael Mullen Paul Rugg January 17, 2013 202
41 15 "Invitation Only" Michael Mullen Paul Rugg January 18, 2013 217
42 16 "The Midnight Stranger" Juan Meza-Leon Doug Langdale January 20, 2013 206
43 17 "Shoot the Messenger" Lane Lueras Kevin Campbell January 22, 2013 219
44 18 "A Tigress Tale" Juan Meza-Leon & Gabe Swarr Paul Rugg January 23, 2013 211
45 19 "Crane on a Wire" Lane Lueras Gene Grillo January 24, 2013 204
46 20 "The Secret Museum of Kung Fu" Michael Mullen Doug Langdale January 25, 2013 224
47 21 "Bride of Po" Michael Mullen Tom Sheppard February 14, 2013 303
48 22 "Five is Enough" Aaron Hammersley Gene Grillo June 17, 2013 301
49 23 "Mama Told Me not to Kung Fu" Lane Lueras Doug Langdale June 18, 2013 222
50 24 "Secret Admirer" Gabe Swarr & Aaron Hammersley Katie Mattila June 19, 2013 216
51 25 "Qilin Time" Juan Meza-Leon Paul Rugg June 20, 2013 210
52 26 "Huge" Aaron Hammersley Gene Grillo June 21, 2013 223
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