The Urn of Whispering Warriors is a decorative urn made to hold the five hundred lost souls of the Tenshu Army. Displayed on the urn is a picture of what the army might have looked like. It currently stands on display within the Hall of Warriors.
The legend behind the illustrious urn is as follows:
"The five hundred warriors of Tenshu were called upon to defend an isolated village of peaceful potters from the attack of ten thousand demons of the Scarlet Moon. Though outnumbered twenty to one, the valiant warriors held the dark horde back for a hundred days, fighting shoulder to shoulder in formation and whispering to each other, 'hold fast, brothers, hold fast' to keep up their courage.
"They fought to their last breath and successfully drove the assassins back. The grateful village worked together to make the most perfect ceramic vase they had ever created, molded from the clay of the battlefield and moistened with their tears.
"It is said that the souls of the noble warriors of Tenshu live on inside the vase, waiting to be called on again in a time of need. If you are very quiet and still, you may hear them whispering, 'hold fast, brothers, hold fast...'"
One of the last he looked at (he regrets) was the Urn of Whispering Warriors, mentioning how it is said to contain all the souls of the entire Tenshu army. Knowing of the legend behind the urn, he whispered a greeting into it and placed his ear over the top to see if he could hear them whisper back. He was shocked at first to get a response, but then he abruptly turned when it was Master Shifu speaking. This caused him to accidentally bump into the urn's stand and knock the urn onto the floor, shattering into pieces. A green mist and a ghostly moan blew from the scattered pieces as Po moved them around trying to fix the urn.It wasn't until the end of the movie when the end credits showed Zeng trying to carefully glue the pieces back together.