Bending is a powerful form combining martial art and elemental magic. Sokka and Katara, a brother and sister, represented the Water Tribe and accompanied Aang throughout the series. The show was well received even outside of its intended 6-11-year-old demographic and was praised for its fluid action, rich setting, compelling story and memorable characters. Can Aang redeem himself in the eyes of the people of the town? Meanwhile, Zuko is hurt after he finds out he wasn't invited to an upcoming meeting about the war. Katara, voiced by Mae Whitman, was Aang's romantic interest throughout the show and was a powerful Waterbender.
During their search, the kid's meet up with Jet, whom they are understandably reluctant to trust. Meanwhile Zuko and Iroh meet up with Jet and the Freedom Fighters. The Water Tribes were raided and driven to the brink of extinction. Looking to clear the Avatar's good name, Katara and Sokka venture back to a familiar place to gather evidence and discover the truth. At any given time, there was one bender who could bend all four elements and served as the arbiter of world peace: the Avatar. . Aang receives guidance from Guru Pathik at the Eastern Air Temple, Sokka is reunited with his father, Katara begins to help the Council of Five plan the invasion, and Zuko and Iroh begin to settle into the new lives of owning a tea shop.
He uses this opportunity to learn more about the secrets of the Fire Nation, but soon realizes that Fire Nation traditions are much different than that of the Air Nomads, and decides to throw a dance party in order to help the kids there lighten up. He was mentored by his uncle Iroh, voiced first by Mako Iwamatsu and later by Greg Baldwin following Mako's death in 2006. Meanwhile, Zuko and Iroh are visited by Azula, Zuko's sister, who tells them they are finally going home. In the desolated South Pole, a lone Water tribe struggles to survive. It is here that the village's last remaining waterbender Katara and her warrior brother Sokka rescue a strange 12-year-old boy named Aang who has been suspended in hibernation in an iceberg.
There they find Toph, a small blind girl who holds the championship belt. Aang, Sokka, and Toph infiltrate the secret underground bunker where they believe the Firelord is hiding, but face problems once inside. Aang was pure-hearted and often struggled with the responsibilities forced upon him as the Avatar. The library is guarded by the knowledge spirit, Wan Shi Tong, who doesn't welcome humans into his library, because he believes they only seek information for evil purposes. After seeing her unique style of earthbending, Aang wants Toph to become his teacher, but they find out Toph has hardships of her own.
Once in they try to prove they are his allies and there is indeed a war taking place and they need his help. The disgraced prince of the Fire Nation, Zuko, served as the main antagonist of the show for much of the first and second season. Shockingly to both the them, Avatar Roku and Firelord Sozin had more in common than they thought. Benders used martial arts mixed with mystical powers to control one of the four classical elements: Fire, Earth, Air and Water. Meanwhile, Zuko and Iroh are followed by Jet, who is trying to prove they are from the Fire Nation.
Will Aang manage to save Ba Sing Se from the Fire Nation? Aang worries that once face to face with the murderer, Katara will do something she will later regret. When the Avatar dies, it reincarnates into the next nation in the cycle. Meanwhile, Aang tries to draw their pursuers away and finally faces off against Azula. The tension grows among them and Toph leaves the group and finds help from an unlikely source. Can Aang learn earthbending or did the world get an avatar who cannot master the four elements? A hundred years later, the Fire Nation is near final victory in its ruthless war of world domination. Zuko also arrives determined to claim his prize.
The show's pilot first aired on February 21, 2005, and its highly anticipated two-hour finale aired on July 19, 2008. That bender is the Avatar. Will Aang and the others be able to make it through the Serpent's Pass and ultimately to Ba Sing Se? Elsewhere, the Order of the White Lotus battles for the freedom of Ba Sing Se. Just as the world needed the Avatar the most, he mysteriously vanished. Meanwhile, Zuko is going through a horrible sickness. The Earth Kingdom remains and fights a hopeless war against the Fire Nation. In order to stop his nightmares he decides to stay awake until the invasion is over, however the lack of sleep causes him to lose a serious grip on reality.
The Air Nomads were destroyed, the Air Temples ravished, and all airbender monks eradicated. Meanwhile he bonds with a girl from his class, making Katara a bit jealous. Elsewhere, Zuko confronts Iroh in jail, but doesn't get the response he was looking for. Everyone races against time to stop Azula's sinister plan. Though blind, Toph was able to see thanks to her prodigious Earthbending skills. Meanwhile Iroh gets a lethal rash so Zuko and Iroh head to a small Earth Kingdom town for help, hoping their real identities will not be discovered. Many believe the Avatar was never reborn into the Air Nomads and the cycle is broken.
Can Aang locate his friend Bumi or will Azula succeed in capturing the avatar? Zuko finds companionship in an unlikely source. The kids are anxious to tell the Earth King their plan, but there are complications. Mystics known as benders played a central role in the show. In each generation, only one bender is solely capable of controlling all four elements. She joined the group in the second season as Aang's Earthbending teacher. Meanwhile, Iroh and Zuko seek help from an ancient secret society. Meanwhile, Zuko confronts his father and Iroh escapes from jail.