More than one-hundred years have passed since the Fire Nation attacked the other three portions of the humankind of this story: the Water Tribes, the Air-Nomads and the Earth Kingdom. Only the AVATAR, the only human capable of bending all the four; Air, Water, Earth and Fire, could stop them, but when the world needed him the most, he just vanished, nobody knows why. In their Tribe, Katara and Sokka, are left in charge of the village in the absence of the adult males of their people, who left to join the Earth Kingdom against the Fire Nation two years ago. While in a fishing expedition, the Water-bending abilities of Katara accidentally reveal a humanoid form in light while she was arguing with her brother, Sokka. Then, she hits the ice freeing a boy with a white arrow painted or tattooed in his head and a flying bison. The name of the boy is Aang and his flying bison, Appa. Not too far from there, the lights spectacle call the attention of Prince Zuko, who wants to catch the Avatar ...
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Did You Know?
Based on all the group shots, the Southern Water Tribe's village (apparently the only one) has a population of twenty two people: nine adults (all women), eleven children (six boys and five girls), and two teenagers (Sokka and Katara, of course). However, one of the six boys is missing when Katara introduces "the entire village" to Aang. There is also a single pet animal (possibly a cross between a dog and a polar bear) present in some shots. See more
Water. Earth. Fire. Air. My grandmother used to tell me stories about the old days, a time of peace, when the Avatar kept balance between the Water Tribes, Earth Kingdom, Fire Nation, and Air Nomads. But that all changed when the Fire Nation attacked. Only the Avatar mastered all four elements. Only he could stop the ruthless Firebenders. But, when the world needed him most, he vanished. A hundred years have passed, and the Fire Nation is nearing victory in the war. Two...