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Fenghuang, also known as Phang Huang, is a villainess from Kung Fu Panda: Legends of Awesomeness. She first appeared in "Owl Be Back".
In Kung Fu Panda: Legends of Awesomeness
In "Owl Be Back," after Master Po defeats a group of bandits, the Furious Five begin to fear him. Master Shifu tells Po that he's the strongest fighter and he would eventually change and turn evil, telling him the story of Fenghuang. She was originally a member of the Furious Five, until she became so strong, she changed. She was defeated by Grand Master Oogway and flew to the Northern Mountains. Po decides to leave town before he hurts anybody. Soon, he runs into Fenghuang, and she learns from him that Oogway is gone, and she returns to the Jade Palace to seek vengeance. She battles Shifu and the Furious Five and defeats them. Po shows up and fights her, but he's soon apparently tempted into becoming evil. He pretends to betray and kill Master Shifu and join the dark side, but then he suddenly traps Fenghuang in an owl-shaped cage and reveals that he's faked her and has used a novelty dagger to "kill" Shifu. Fenghuang is then sent to Chorh-Ghom Prison, swearing vengeance on Po.
Power hungry, ambitious, manipulative and treacherous, she likes cheating and turning enemies against each other. She believes she was considered as a threat by her colleagues, because they were jealous of her talents and combat skills.
- Fenghuang resembles a Sooty Owl and a Great Horned Owl.
- Her name was once confused to be spelled Phang Huang (though it can still be spelled like that as well).
- Fenghuang was once rumored to be voiced by Sarah Natochenny before it was revealed that Wendie Malick voiced her.
- Fenghuang was the name of a fire bird from the ancient Chinese mythology, similar to the Phoenix.