History Characters / TheLegendOfKorraPastCharacters

17th Feb '17 2:11:03 AM chizo
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* ParentalFavoritism: Towards Bumi and Kya, he spent a lot more time with Tenzin, his only Airbending child, than with them, taking him on many travels around the world without the other two. Aang even writes a book for Tenzin and thinks of him as his legacy, he does not do the same for his other two children.

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* ParentalFavoritism: Towards Bumi and Kya, he spent a lot more time with Tenzin, his only Airbending child, than with them, taking him on many travels around the world without the other two. Aang even writes a book for Tenzin and thinks of him as his legacy, he does not do the same for his other two children.



* HeterosexualLifePartners: According to Iroh, he and Aang went from a "rocky relationship" to life-long friends.

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* HeterosexualLifePartners: According to Iroh, he and Aang went from a "rocky relationship" to life-long friends. Zuko knew Aang better than anyone, including Aang's own ''wife'', Katara.
15th Feb '17 9:02:36 PM malias
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* BrownEyes: He's not exactly down-to-earth, but he demonstrates stability and trustworthiness as his life goes to hell and he's still insistent on fixing his mistakes.
21st Dec '16 7:03:11 PM H2SO4
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* StoryBreakerPower: As has often been the case with a fully realized Avatar. Aang is so powerful as an adult that the writers needed to make the villainous Yakone a bloodbender who could control people ''by thought alone'' '''at high noon''' just to have him be a believable threat to the Avatar. Even then, Aang won instantly once he decided to use the Avatar State (as well as the involuntary life-saving mechanism coming into play).

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* StoryBreakerPower: As has often been the case with a any fully realized Avatar. Aang is so powerful as an adult that the writers needed to make the villainous Yakone a bloodbender who could control people ''by thought alone'' '''at high noon''' just to have him be a believable threat to the Avatar. Even then, Aang won instantly once he decided to use the Avatar State (as well as the involuntary life-saving mechanism coming into play).
3rd Dec '16 1:35:52 AM Juicehead_Baby
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* DeaderThanDead: [[spoiler:His soul was erased from Raava along with the other previous Avatars by Vaatu]].
3rd Dec '16 1:29:07 AM Juicehead_Baby
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* ReallyGetsAround: Implied to have had quite the appetite for men in her prime years. Given the whole SuperSenses thing, [[PowerPerversionPotential this does have a certain logic to it]]...
19th Nov '16 6:16:12 AM ArcaneAzmadi
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* StrongFamilyResemblance: In her old age, Katara looks a ''lot'' like her old [[Characters/AvatarTheLastAirbenderOtherCharacters "Gran-Gran" Kanna]], no great surprise since Kanna herself had resembled young Katara when she was a girl.
13th Nov '16 7:27:40 AM nighttrainfm
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* HeterosexualLifePartners: With Zuko. They were incredibly close and the Zuko even knew Aang better than Katara (his own wife) did.
* LegendaryInTheSequel: Aang's reputation looms so large that his son Tenzin and eventually Korra feel pressure to live up to and maintain his legacy. Aang provides the page image for the trope itself.

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* HeterosexualLifePartners: With Zuko. They were incredibly close and the Zuko even knew Aang better than Katara (his own wife) did.
As Iroh put it, their relationship started out "[[{{Understatement}} a little rocky]]", but they became lifelong friends.
* LegendaryInTheSequel: Aang's reputation looms so large that his son Tenzin and eventually successor Korra feel enormous pressure to live up to and maintain his legacy. Aang provides the page image for the trope itself.
2nd Nov '16 1:40:44 AM nirao01
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->Voiced by: Steven Yeun, Stephen Stanton (old)

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->Voiced by: Steven Yeun, Creator/StevenYeun, Stephen Stanton (old)
12th Oct '16 8:52:06 PM chizo
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* NeutralFemale: Sits on the sidelines while all the other characters fight. She doesn't get involved in the Water Tribe Civil War at all.

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* NeutralFemale: Sits She never fights and instead sits on the sidelines while all the other characters fight. sidelines. She doesn't get involved in the Water Tribe Civil War at all.or even stop her children from arguing.



* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: She doesn't appear at all in Book 3. The closest she got to appearing in there is by a brief mentioning by Bumi. She does, however, reappear in Book 4.

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* StepfordSmiler: She usually appears calm and happy but is still hurting badly from the loss of her brother and her family hardly seeing her anymore.
* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: She doesn't appear at all in Book 3.3 which includes participating in her own granddaughter's mastery ceremony. The closest she got to appearing in there is by a brief mentioning by Bumi. She does, however, reappear in Book 4.
12th Oct '16 8:42:14 PM chizo
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* {{Chickification}}: No longer the ActionGirl she was in her youth and focuses her efforts on being a healer - which she used to do only out of necessity.

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* {{Chickification}}: No longer the ActionGirl she was in her youth and youth, even a four year old Korra is able to defeat her. She focuses her efforts on being healing rather than fighting - a healer - which complete reversal from the original series where she used to do only heal out of necessity.necessity and would light up any time someone offered to teach her combat.


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* NeutralFemale: Sits on the sidelines while all the other characters fight. She doesn't get involved in the Water Tribe Civil War at all.
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