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22nd Jan '17 6:59:40 PM Scorntex
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* JerkassBall: In "The Desert" after [[MoralityChain Appa]] was [[BerserkButton kidnapped]], Aang became [[JerkassWoobie hostile and aggressive out of desperation]]. However, in the next episode, he reverts into the HeroicSafeMode instead.

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* JerkassBall: JerkassBall:
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In "The Desert" after [[MoralityChain Appa]] was [[BerserkButton kidnapped]], Aang became [[JerkassWoobie hostile and aggressive out of desperation]]. However, in the next episode, he reverts into the HeroicSafeMode instead.instead.
** Briefly, at the beginning of the finale, when it seems the only possible option for dealing with Ozai is to kill him. Aang starts snapping and yelling at everyone else to come up with another solution.



* BadassNormal: To the point of CharlesAtlasSuperpower.

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* BadassNormal: To the point of CharlesAtlasSuperpower. She stands as being one of the only people to fight Ty Lee to a draw (Sokka did manage to dodge her blows. Suki just blocks them), and managed to walk away - relatively speaking - from a fight with Azula.


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* AFatherToHisMen: Or, as the case may be, a mother to her warriors. She tags along with the Gaang along the Serpent's Pass, then goes back to the other Warriors.
17th Jan '17 2:34:40 PM creader
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* BroodingBoyGentleGirl: Katara is the gentle girl to Zuko's brooding boy - they are a platonic variation of this trope, despite the ShipTease.

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* BroodingBoyGentleGirl: BroodingBoyGentleGirl:
** {{Zig zagged}} with Mai -- Both manage to be ''both'' with each other. For the brooding part, they both come from a dysfunctional family which led to them becoming {{Broken Bird}}s but in different ways (Zuko having anger issues and Mai suppressing her emotions). As for the gentle part, both encourage one another to express themselves in healthier, non-problematic ways.
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Katara is the gentle girl to Zuko's brooding boy - they are a platonic variation of this trope, despite the ShipTease.
16th Jan '17 11:29:55 PM chizo
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* BroodingBoyGentleGirl: {{Zig zagged}} with Mai -- Both manage to be ''both'' with each other. For the brooding part, they both come from a dysfunctional family which led to them becoming {{Broken Bird}}s but in different ways (Zuko having anger issues and Mai suppressing her emotions). As for the gentle part, both encourage one another to express themselves in healthier, non-problematic ways.

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* BroodingBoyGentleGirl: {{Zig zagged}} with Mai -- Both manage to be ''both'' with each other. For the brooding part, they both come from a dysfunctional family which led to them becoming {{Broken Bird}}s but in different ways (Zuko having anger issues and Mai suppressing her emotions). As for Katara is the gentle part, both encourage one another girl to express themselves in healthier, non-problematic ways.Zuko's brooding boy - they are a platonic variation of this trope, despite the ShipTease.
16th Jan '17 5:01:20 PM chizo
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* TeamDad: Despite being the PluckyComicRelief, Sokka functions as this in Katara-centric episodes. Normally, Aang is the one wanting to pursue a SideQuest and Katara is trying to keep them on track. When it's her turn, Sokka turns into the StraightMan. He also plays the role more seriously in the third season, where he organizes and schedules the gang's adventure until the Day of Black Sun.

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* TeamDad: Despite being the PluckyComicRelief, Sokka functions as this in Katara-centric episodes. Normally, Aang is the one wanting to pursue a SideQuest and Katara is trying to keep them on track. When it's her turn, Sokka turns into the StraightMan. He also plays the role more seriously in the third season, where he organizes and schedules the gang's adventure until the Day of Black Sun. He realizes he is terrible at this role [[spoiler: and eventually Zuko takes over as TeamDad.]]



%%* TeamDad: [[spoiler:To Team Avatar. [[http://i264.photobucket.com/albums/ii175/Eternal_Light55/Bumi%20Vs%20Toph%20Comic/BvsT8.jpg Especially]] in the [[http://i264.photobucket.com/albums/ii175/Eternal_Light55/Bumi%20Vs%20Toph%20Comic/BvsT10.jpg comics]].]]

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%%* * TeamDad: [[spoiler:To He acts this way towards Team Avatar. Avatar and it provides an interesting contrast to Katara's TeamMom style of parenting. Zuko would rather give others the ability to solve the problems themselves rather than nagging at them. The two become the DesignatedParents for the group and this is [[http://i264.photobucket.com/albums/ii175/Eternal_Light55/Bumi%20Vs%20Toph%20Comic/BvsT8.jpg Especially]] especially]] apparent in the [[http://i264.photobucket.com/albums/ii175/Eternal_Light55/Bumi%20Vs%20Toph%20Comic/BvsT10.jpg comics]].]] Zuko has a fondness for children - he refers to Aang affectionately as "kid", teaches a young Earth Kingdom boy how to wield a sword and [[spoiler: is very protective of Kiyi (who turns out to be his half-sister)]].
8th Jan '17 6:37:19 PM creader
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* BroodingBoyGentleGirl: {{Downplayed}} with Katara. Aang still remains mellow and optimistic, but does suffer moments that cause him emotional turmoil (i.e., learning the genocide of his people, Appa's kidnapping, feeling useless after the events of Book 2). This leads Katara to giving him {{Cooldown Hug}}s and pep talks about not giving into despair. They switch roles when Katara takes on a SheWhoFightsMonsters mentality after Zuko reveals he can help her find her mother's murderer, and while Aang doesn't force her to stop, she does give her advice on how revenge will lead her down a wrong path.

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* BroodingBoyGentleGirl: {{Downplayed}} with Katara. While Aang still remains mellow and optimistic, but optimistic even after CharacterDevelopment, he does suffer moments that cause him great emotional turmoil (i.e., learning the genocide of his people, Appa's kidnapping, feeling useless after the events of Book 2). This leads In those moments, Katara is there to giving give him {{Cooldown Hug}}s and pep talks about not giving into despair. remaining hopeful. They switch roles when Katara takes on a SheWhoFightsMonsters mentality after Zuko reveals he can help her find her mother's murderer, and while Aang doesn't force her to stop, she he does give her advice advise on how revenge will lead her down a wrong path.



* BroodingBoyGentleGirl: {{Downplayed}} with Aang. While he still remains mellow and optimistic, but does suffer moments that cause him emotional turmoil (i.e., learning the genocide of his people, Appa's kidnapping, feeling useless after the events of Book 2). This leads Katara to giving him {{Cooldown Hug}}s and pep talks about not giving into despair. They switch roles when Katara takes on a SheWhoFightsMonsters mentality after Zuko reveals he can help her find her mother's murderer, and while Aang doesn't force her to stop, she does give her advice on how revenge will lead her down a wrong path.

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* BroodingBoyGentleGirl: {{Downplayed}} with Aang. While he still remains mellow and optimistic, but optimistic even after CharacterDevelopment, he does suffer moments that cause him great emotional turmoil (i.e., learning the genocide of his people, Appa's kidnapping, feeling useless after the events of Book 2). This leads In those moments, Katara is there to giving give him {{Cooldown Hug}}s and pep talks about not giving into despair. remaining hopeful. They switch roles when Katara takes on a SheWhoFightsMonsters mentality after Zuko reveals he can help her find her mother's murderer, and while Aang doesn't force her to stop, she he does give her advice advise on how revenge will lead her down a wrong path.



* BroodingBoyGentleGirl: {{Zig zagged}} with Mai -- Both manage to ''both'' to each other. For the brooding part, they both comes a dysfunctional family which led to them becoming {{Broken Bird}}s but in different ways (Zuko having anger issues and Mai suppressing her emotions). And for the gentle part, Zuko encourages Mai to express herself more while Mai helps him learn to express his anger in less problematic ways.

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* BroodingBoyGentleGirl: {{Zig zagged}} with Mai -- Both manage to be ''both'' to with each other. For the brooding part, they both comes come from a dysfunctional family which led to them becoming {{Broken Bird}}s but in different ways (Zuko having anger issues and Mai suppressing her emotions). And As for the gentle part, Zuko encourages Mai both encourage one another to express herself more while Mai helps him learn to express his anger themselves in less problematic healthier, non-problematic ways.
29th Dec '16 2:56:34 PM creader
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* FighterMageThief: Sokka is the Fighter, Katara is the Mage, Aang starts off as the thief but later becomes a LightningBruiser
** Toph becomes the Thief in book 2, while Zuko becomes a Co-Fighter with Aang in book 3.

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* FighterMageThief: Sokka is the Fighter, Katara is the Mage, Aang starts off as the thief but later becomes a LightningBruiser
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LightningBruiser. Toph becomes the Thief in book 2, while Zuko becomes a Co-Fighter with Aang in book 3.



* PowerTrio: The original three members, Aang, Katara, and Sokka.

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* PowerTrio: PowerTrio:
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The original three members, Aang, Katara, and Sokka.


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* BroodingBoyGentleGirl: {{Downplayed}} with Katara. Aang still remains mellow and optimistic, but does suffer moments that cause him emotional turmoil (i.e., learning the genocide of his people, Appa's kidnapping, feeling useless after the events of Book 2). This leads Katara to giving him {{Cooldown Hug}}s and pep talks about not giving into despair. They switch roles when Katara takes on a SheWhoFightsMonsters mentality after Zuko reveals he can help her find her mother's murderer, and while Aang doesn't force her to stop, she does give her advice on how revenge will lead her down a wrong path.


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* BroodingBoyGentleGirl: {{Downplayed}} with Aang. While he still remains mellow and optimistic, but does suffer moments that cause him emotional turmoil (i.e., learning the genocide of his people, Appa's kidnapping, feeling useless after the events of Book 2). This leads Katara to giving him {{Cooldown Hug}}s and pep talks about not giving into despair. They switch roles when Katara takes on a SheWhoFightsMonsters mentality after Zuko reveals he can help her find her mother's murderer, and while Aang doesn't force her to stop, she does give her advice on how revenge will lead her down a wrong path.


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* BroodingBoyGentleGirl: {{Zig zagged}} with Mai -- Both manage to ''both'' to each other. For the brooding part, they both comes a dysfunctional family which led to them becoming {{Broken Bird}}s but in different ways (Zuko having anger issues and Mai suppressing her emotions). And for the gentle part, Zuko encourages Mai to express herself more while Mai helps him learn to express his anger in less problematic ways.
29th Dec '16 12:08:43 AM creader
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* ChickMagnet: [[PrecociousCrush Meng]] from "The Fortuneteller" and all of the young girls from "The Warriors of Kyoshi" were completely enthralled with him. Some of Aang's female "classmates" in "The Headband" thought he was quite charming. The tie-in comics showed that the Air Acolytes were initially a group of fangirls who had crushes on the Avatar. And Katara eventually realized she fell in love with him and they became a couple.

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* ChickMagnet: [[PrecociousCrush Meng]] from "The Fortuneteller" and all of the young girls from "The Warriors of Kyoshi" were completely enthralled with him. Some of Aang's female "classmates" in "The Headband" thought he was quite charming. The tie-in comics showed that the Air Acolytes were initially a group of fangirls who had crushes on the Avatar. And Katara [[TheParagon Katara]] eventually realized she fell in love with him and they became a couple.



* ChickMagnet: [[AmazonBrigade Suki,]] [[PrincessClassic Yue,]] [[PerkyFemaleMinion Ty Lee,]] [[BoisterousBruiser Toph,]] and an entire class of poetry students all want a piece of him. Biggest pimp in the series.

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* ChickMagnet: [[AmazonBrigade [[PluckyGirl Suki,]] [[PrincessClassic Yue,]] [[PerkyFemaleMinion Ty Lee,]] [[BoisterousBruiser Toph,]] and an entire class of poetry students all want a piece of him. Biggest pimp in the series.



* ChickMagnet: [[RelationshipRevolvingDoor Sometimes]] in a relationship with Mai. He has loads of ShipTease with Katara and a temporary love interest in the one-off character of Jin. [[spoiler: The comics also have him being ship teased with Suki.]] Has ''almost'' as much onscreen romance as Sokka, plus a fan club and a bunch of random girls that swoon over him at the beach. And a massive EstrogenBrigade. However, he's sort of lacking in the charm department...[[{{Adorkable}} which is his charm, come to think of it]].

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* ChickMagnet: [[RelationshipRevolvingDoor Sometimes]] in a relationship with Mai. [[EmotionlessGirl Mai]]. He has loads of ShipTease with Katara [[TheParagon Katara]] and a temporary love interest in the one-off character of Jin. [[NiceGirl Jin]]. [[spoiler: The comics also have him being ship teased with Suki.[[PluckyGirl Suki]].]] Has ''almost'' as much onscreen romance as Sokka, plus a fan club and a bunch of random girls that swoon over him at the beach. And a massive EstrogenBrigade. However, he's sort of lacking in the charm department...[[{{Adorkable}} which is his charm, come to think of it]].



* AChildShouldLeadThem: [[spoiler: Became Fire Lord at age sixteen after the imprisonment of his father]].

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* AChildShouldLeadThem: AChildShallLeadThem: [[spoiler: Became Fire Lord at age sixteen after the imprisonment of his father]].
21st Dec '16 6:58:31 PM H2SO4
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** She also called out Aang, Katara, and Sokka on letting their personal experiences with the Fire Nation prevent Aang from finding a firebending master quite bluntly.

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** She also called out Aang, Katara, and Sokka on letting their personal experiences with the Fire Nation prevent Aang from finding a firebending master quite bluntly. This is rather astounding, because she never cared about these things during her debut, but later on, she sees the bigger picture.



* RecruitedFromTheGutter: Inverted. The LonelyRichKid is recruited by the itinerant monk and his two near-penniless sidekicks.

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* RecruitedFromTheGutter: Inverted. The LonelyRichKid is recruited by the itinerant monk and his two near-penniless sidekicks. However, Toph very much lives ''as if'' she's in the gutter.
13th Dec '16 1:51:20 PM Sakubara
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* AChildShouldLeadThem: [[spoiler: Became Fire Lord at age sixteen after the imprisonment of his father]].



* YoungAndInCharge: [[spoiler: Became Fire Lord at age sixteen after the imprisonment of his father]].
13th Dec '16 1:50:06 PM Sakubara
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* YoungAndInCharge: [[spoiler: Became Fire Lord at age sixteen after the imprisonment of his father]].
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