History Characters / AvatarTheLastAirbenderTheEmberIslandPlayers

25th Jun '16 6:00:38 PM AnonFangeekGirl
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25th Jun '16 5:56:34 PM AnonFangeekGirl
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!Player Aang



!Player Aang



!Player Katara



!Player Katara



Player Katara is older and fatter than Real Katara, and not as beautiful. She speaks in a much huskier voice than the real Katara. Player Katara is melodramatic, prone to crying on any occasion, obsessed with hope, and an incompetent fighter. She wears her heart on her sleeve, especially in front of Player Aang. Player Katara is in love with Player Zuko, and regards Player Aang as her little brother.

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Player Katara is older and fatter than Real Katara, and not as beautiful. She speaks in a much huskier voice than the real Katara. Player Katara is melodramatic, prone to crying on any occasion, obsessed with hope, and an incompetent fighter.does not fight. She wears her heart on her sleeve, especially in front of Player Aang. Player Katara is in love with Player Zuko, and regards Player Aang as her little brother.



* FauxActionGirl: She is never seen fighting, despite the fact that she's supposed to be the ActionGirl Katara.



!Player Sokka



!Player Sokka



!Player Toph



!Player Toph



!Player Zuko



!Player Zuko



!Player Iroh



!Player Iroh



!Player Azula



!Player Azula



!Player Ozai



!Player Ozai



!Player Mai



!Player Mai

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!Player Mai



!Player Ty Lee



!Player Ty Lee

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!Player Ty Lee



!Player Suki



!Player Suki

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!Player Suki



!Player Bumi



!Player Bumi



* NiceHat: His feather hat

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* NiceHat: His feather hathat.



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20th Jun '16 10:22:40 AM AnonFangeekGirl
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* EvilUncle: To Zuko, although he's more amoral and hedonistic than outright evil. This contrasts the real Iroh, who was one of the only good members of the Royal Family, and was a ParentalSubstitute for Zuko.



* PlayingGertrude: Unlike almost everyone else in the cast, Player Iroh probably isn't even half of Iroh's age. (In fact, he looks like he could be younger than Player ''Zuko.'')
* RonTheDeathEater: InUniverse. This Iroh has none of the real Iroh's kindness and spirituality.
* StrawmanPolitical: Likely intended to be this InUniverse, given how he tries to get Zuko to abandon the Fire Nation and the very bad light he's portrayed in.

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* PlayingGertrude: Unlike almost everyone else in the cast, Player Iroh probably isn't even half of the real Iroh's age. (In fact, he looks like he could be younger than Player ''Zuko.'')
* RonTheDeathEater: InUniverse. This Iroh has none of the real Iroh's kindness and spirituality.
kindness.
* StrawmanPolitical: Likely intended to be this InUniverse, given how he tries to get Zuko to abandon the Fire Nation Nation, his lack of good arguments for doing so, and the very bad light he's portrayed in.



* AdaptationalHeroism: Even outside of the play's status as propaganda, she seems to lack most of Azula's psychopathic tendencies, for example not shooting Iroh during the re-enactment of "The Chase".
** She's also way more mentally stable than the real Azula. She keeps it together during the play's finale, as opposed to the real deal, who was in the middle of a ''spectacular'' VillainousBreakdown at that point.

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* AdaptationalHeroism: Even outside of the play's status as The play is Fire Nation propaganda, she seems to lack most so of Azula's psychopathic tendencies, for example not shooting Iroh during the re-enactment of "The Chase".
** She's also way more mentally stable
course it presents Azula in a better light than the real Azula. She keeps it together during the play's finale, as opposed to show does.
* BadassPrincess: Like
the real deal, who was in the middle of a ''spectacular'' VillainousBreakdown at that point.Azula.



* DaddysLittleVillain: Just like the real deal.

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* DaddysLittleVillain: Just like the real deal.deal, although she's supposed to be Daddy's Little Heroine.



* DracoInLeatherPants: InUniverse. Even outside of the play's status as propaganda, she seems to lack most of Azula's psychopathic tendencies, for example not shooting Iroh during the re-enactment of "The Chase".
** She's also way more mentally stable than the real Azula. She keeps it together during the play's finale, as opposed to the real deal, who was in the middle of a ''spectacular'' VillainousBreakdown at that point.



%%* CoolCrown

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%%* CoolCrown* CoolCrown: Wears a rather exaggerated version of the real Fire Nation crown.



* OdangoHair: Her hairstyle exaggerates the real Mai's OdangoHair.

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* OdangoHair: Her hairstyle exaggerates the real Mai's OdangoHair.OdangoHair, making it look more like Mickey Mouse ears than anything.



%%* PimpedOutDress:

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%%* * PimpedOutDress: Wears a very pretty (and very ''long'') pink dress.
14th Jun '16 2:01:05 PM AnonFangeekGirl
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** She's also way more mentally stable than the real Azula. She keeps it together during the play's finale, as opposed to the real deal, who was in the middle of a ''spectacular'' VillainousBreakdown at that point.
14th Jun '16 1:59:01 PM AnonFangeekGirl
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* StrawmanPolitical: Likely intended to be this InUniverse, given how he tries to get Zuko to abandon the Fire Nation and the very bad light he's portrayed in.
* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: He's never seen after Zuko betrays him and pushes him over.



%%* FemmeFatalons

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%%* FemmeFatalons* FemmeFatalons: Her very long painted nails.
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%%* BigEater

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%%* BigEater* BigEater: He's always hungry and wanting to eat.



%%* TheFool

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%%* TheFool* TheFool: Player Sokka has none of Sokka's TheSmartGuy tendencies.



%%* CharacterExaggeration

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%%* CharacterExaggeration* CharacterExaggeration: Of Toph's BoisterousBruiser and TheBigGuy traits.



* CharacterExaggeration: The real Iroh didn't really care about the Avatar hunt and liked the material pleasures in life, but he was willing to help his nephew in his quest. The play also drops the reason why Iroh was uninterested in capturing the Avatar (he'd had a HeelFaceTurn years ago).

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* CharacterExaggeration: The real Iroh didn't really care about the Avatar hunt and liked the material pleasures in life, but he was willing to help his nephew in his quest. This Iroh actively encourages Zuko to forget about the Avatar so they can get massages. The play also drops the reason why Iroh was uninterested in capturing the Avatar (he'd had a HeelFaceTurn years ago).




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* RonTheDeathEater: InUniverse. This Iroh has none of the real Iroh's kindness and spirituality.



%%* TheBadGuyWins

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%%* TheBadGuyWins
* TheBadGuyWins: Unlike the real Azula, she kills Player Zuko.



%%* SupportingLeader

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%%* SupportingLeader* SupportingLeader: He's the Fire Lord, but he only appears in the play's last scene, with his daughter Azula being active in the hunt for the Avatar.



* ActionGirl: She's a knife master and one of Azula's elite henchmen.



* EmotionlessGirl: Just like the real Mai.

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* EmotionlessGirl: Just like the real Mai.Mai, although Player Mai never gets any of Mai's NotSoStoic moments.



%%* OdangoHair

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%%* OdangoHair* OdangoHair: Her hairstyle exaggerates the real Mai's OdangoHair.
* SpecialEffectsFailure: InUniverse, she doesn't actually throw her knives. Instead, a stagehand carries them to their target.



* ActionGirl: She's one of Azula's elite henchmen, and is shown defeating a soldier in one hit with her KissOfDeath.



%%* {{Flynning}}

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%%* {{Flynning}}* {{Flynning}}: Her action scenes bear little to no resemblance to actual fights.



%%* AmazonBrigade
%%* BattleBallgown

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%%* AmazonBrigade
%%* BattleBallgown
* AmazonBrigade: The Kyoshi warriors are all female.
* BattleBallgown: Her uniform.



%%* ColorCodedPatrician

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%%* ColorCodedPatrician* ColorCodedPatrician: She wears pink, instead of the normal Water Tribe blue.
* ExposedToTheElements: That dress is ''really'' not suited for the North Pole.



%%* {{Lunacy}}
%%* PimpedOutDress
* PrincessesPreferPink: As opposed to the real Yue's purple wardrobe.

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* {{Lunacy}}: Ends up leaving the world because of her "important moon duties".
%%* {{Lunacy}}
%%* PimpedOutDress
PimpedOutDress:
* PrincessesPreferPink: As opposed to the real Yue's purple WinterRoyalLady wardrobe.



* SpecialEffectsFailure: His death scene. He falls to the floor and writhes around babbling for a bit before a stagehand drops a rock prop on him. Except it doesn't entirely cover him, and he has to pull his legs under it.

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* SpecialEffectsFailure: His InUniverse, his death scene. He falls to the floor and writhes around babbling for a bit before a stagehand drops a rock prop on him. Except it doesn't entirely cover him, and he has to pull his legs under it.
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* TenderTears: ''Extremely'' prone to this, to the point where it becomes comedic.
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* {{Chickification}}: "I'm so full of hope... it's making me ''tearbend''!"

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* {{Chickification}}: "I'm so full of hope... it's making me ''tearbend''!"Player Katara is a melodramatic crybaby who only waterbends ''once'' in the play (to free Player Aang).


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* MakingASplash: She uses Waterbending to free Aang from the iceberg, although she never uses it again after that.
5th Jun '16 11:19:41 AM AnonFangeekGirl
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* WholesomeCrossdresser: When Player Suki teaches him the way of the Kyoshi Warriors, she makes him wear the dress and makeup. Player Sokka asks "Does this make my butt look fat?"

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* WholesomeCrossdresser: When Player Suki teaches him the way of the Kyoshi Warriors, she makes him wear the dress and makeup. Player Sokka asks "Does this make my butt look fat?"
fat?" The real Suki thinks it's ActuallyPrettyFunny.
5th Jun '16 11:16:16 AM AnonFangeekGirl
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* AnimeHair: His hair, being an exaggeration of the real Jet's WildHair. It's long, spiky, and sticks up on its ends.


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* CharacterExaggeration: Like everyone else in the play.


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* SpecialEffectsFailure: His death scene. He falls to the floor and writhes around babbling for a bit before a stagehand drops a rock prop on him. Except it doesn't entirely cover him, and he has to pull his legs under it.
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