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Sun Wukong

Sun Wukong

Sun Wukong is a Golden snub-nosed monkey from the first season of Kung Fu Panda: The Paws of Destiny. Based on the protagonist of the story Journey to the West and first mentioned in the Jindiao Arc in a play, he is an immortal trickster monkey king with a wicked split personality and near-omnipotent abilities residing in an empty red jade mine called Lenggong. He was banished to the mortal mine by the Gods after stealing the Mystical Red Jade of Lenggong, aiming to return it before it and his crown were stolen from him by his archenemy the White Bone Demon, the Gods disbelieving his story because of his ways, and thus he aimed to escape by leaving someone in his place, that being Po. But the Four Constellations manage to deduce he's always been lying and wake themselves up, escaping the mine. However, Sun is freed afterward from the mine by the unseen gods so he would proceed to follow the group that would lead them against Shi Long and the White Bone Demon. Throughout the series he was seen taking forms of unassuming things in his idea of "Helping", but really he either did nothing to contribute or was apart of the problem, though in the end with the clash with the White Bone Demon he did became a real serious help, albeit with Nu Hai wearing his crown and controling him into it. Though he wasn't exactly the one that got to beat the White Bone Demon, the fact the real red jade thief was defeated at all and the red jade prevented from causing further abuse has in fact redeemed him (Somewhat).

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Role in the series

Sun Wukong shares the real life fictional stories with his counterpart, including his birth on Mount Huaguo, his trademark weapons Ruyi Jingu Bang the magical staff which can expand and contrast, multiply, and fight according to its master's whim which he also shrinks and hides in his ear when not in use, the Lock Gold Armor of Suozi Huangjin Jia, golden chain mail which makes the wearer nearly indestructible, the Phoenix Cap of Fengchizi Jinguan, a feather crown that grants near-immunity to environmental conditions and divine beings, slow regeneration, and resurrection, and the Cloud-Walking Boots of Ousibu Yunlu that can allow the wearer to fly on a cloud, all owned originally by the Dragons of the Four Seas, Ao Guang, Ao Ming, Ao Qin, and Ao Run, until their selfish use of them got them to leave with Sun, his alliance and friendship with the Mowang Kings Niu, Jiao, Danjiao, Peng, Shini, Mihou, and Yurong, cheating death unbelievably against the afterlife by wiping his name out of the Book of Life and Death along with the names of all monkeys known to him, being invited to the afterlife only to be given the lowest occupations, eating from the Peach Tree of Immortality and thus becoming immortal, defeating so many divine forces and thus earning the frenemy relationship with the divine savior Erlang, surviving his execution in the Bagua Crucible which gave him the Eyes of Huoyao-Jinjing, capable of killing someone in divine fires lit by their own evil and darkness but also makes him smoke-intolerant and another one of Oogway's forbidden moves which he banned after Sun tried to trap him inside the mine, and then the incident that got him banished to the Lenggong mine, which was originally the homeland of the goddess Lenggong, who trapped him successfully in her palm as punishment for his theft of her red jade. It's also revealed that not only were the Journey to the West characters Tang Sanzang, Zhu Bajie and Sha Wujing 'friends' of his and the first that he tried to trap in the mine until they outwit and left him as his equals with a promise to clear his name when they saw he really was telling the truth about the red jade being stolen from him, but the Jade Emperor of the stories is the ancestor of Kang Zi and Xiao. Since after his rematch with the White Bone Demon and stopping the red jade's misuse, he assentually went back to do his own thing now that he is considered more or less redeemed in the gods eyes, with his friends Tang, Zhu, and Sha on his side as his equivalent to Fu-Xi's ragtag group, though sometimes he frequently visits the Pandas to sometimes do his tomfoolery, espeically on Shi-Te, who he found to be a "Real Shi-Te Head".

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