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Four centuries later, [[Master Shifu]] sent [[Po]] and [[Monkey]] on a mission to retrieve the stolen sun orchard from Scorpion's Valley to cure the river-fever caught by [[Tigress]]. Watching them enter her territory through her all-seeing bowl, Scorpion herself plotted to slow the two trespassers down by turning them against each other until the panda's head ends up on her shelf.
   
 
==Biography==
 
==Biography==

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Scorpion-chair

Scorpion is a recurring antagonist in Kung Fu Panda: Legends of Awesomeness, known for her medical expertise with sacred orchards and mind controlling sting.

Biography

Early Life

Originally named Qiong Qi, Scorpion once lived in the Valley of Peace as a celebrated healer skilled with the expertise of using medical herbs and experimental flowers that grew in the Valley's rich soil as cures for various sicknesses, such as the use of sun orchards as the cure for river-fever. But when she stumbled upon a hypnotic elixir within the plants and stung herself with, it warp both her body and her mind. She used this new power to assault the Valley, using her elixir-enhanced stinger to control the villagers and turn them into red-eyed drones. She nearly succeeded in taking over the Valley and the mystical Jade Palace overlooking it, but Oogway stood in her way, using the villagers' loyalty to free them from Scorpion's mind-control and his shell to break her stinger, rendering her powerless. Thereafter, the old Kung Fu master exiled Scorpion to a neighboring valley, but she stole the last sun orchard remaining and swore eternal vengeance against anyone from the Valley of Peace.

Kung Fu Panda: Legends of Awesomeness

Scorpion's Sting

Four centuries later, Master Shifu sent Po and Monkey on a mission to retrieve the stolen sun orchard from Scorpion's Valley to cure the river-fever caught by Tigress. Watching them enter her territory through her all-seeing bowl, Scorpion herself plotted to slow the two trespassers down by turning them against each other until the panda's head ends up on her shelf.

Biography

Early Life

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