Whoo! The Thousand Tongues of Fire...
  Po while watching the Dragon Warrior Tournament, Kung Fu Panda  

The Thousand Tongues of Fire is the name given to a large, deadly, wooden machine in the shape of a dragon's head and open mouth that spits fireworks. It was featured in the sixth chapter of Legend of the Legendary Warrior, and also made a brief appearance in Kung Fu Panda.


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In Legend of the Legendary Warrior

The Thousand Tongues of Fire was briefly mentioned in the sixth chapter as a kung fu technique.

In Kung Fu Panda

Crane taking on the machine's fireworks

During the Dragon Warrior Tournament, Master Crane was put up against the Thousand Tongues of Fire, which Po witnessed through a crack in the entrance (having been shut out accidentally). A pig inside the arena moved in the way of Po's vision just before the battle began, but the panda was able to witness Crane fly high into the air while being surrounded by fireworks shot from the machine. However, Po backed up too far and fell down the stairs again. By the time he climbed back up to the top, the battle was over.



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  1. Revealed in DreamWorks Animation's Kung Fu Panda (2008). Written by Jonathan Aibel, Glenn Berger & directed by John Stevenson, Mark Osborne. Distributed by Paramount Pictures.
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