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The Ember Island Players are an ensemble of actors performing at the theatre on Ember Island, the vacation home of the Fire Nation nobility. They are [[StarvingArtist underpaid]] [[LargeHam hams]] who dazzle the audiences with impressive special effects and wild costumes. Two of their plays are known: ''Love Amongst the Dragons'' and ''The Boy in the Iceberg''. Ursa, a former member of the Hira'a Acting Troupe, used to take Zuko and Azula to ''Love Amongst the Dragons'', [[NoodleIncident but Zuko thinks the Players "butchered" it]].

Team Avatar went to see ''The Boy in the Iceberg'' in the episode "[[Recap/AvatarTheLastAirbenderTheEmberIslandPlayers The Ember Island Players]]" and considered it absolutely horrible, despite the special effects. ''The Boy in the Iceberg'', named for the first episode of ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender'', is a highly dramatised, propagandistic, [[CharacterExaggeration exaggerated]] tale of [[WhoWouldWantToWatchUs the adventures of Aang and his silly friends]], who are eventually defeated by Fire Lord Ozai. The play is also [[LeaningOnTheFourthWall commentary]] on {{Fandom}}. Here, then, are the Ember Island Players. Hold your applause until the end.

!Team Avatar

[[folder:Player Aang]]
-->''"I'm the Avatar, silly, here to spread joy and fun!"''
->Voiced by: Rachel Dratch

Player Aang is an athletic young woman wearing a bald cap. She plays Aang as hyperactive and excessively outgoing, with a penchant for playing pranks on people. Player Aang's mission as the Avatar is to bring "joy and fun" to the World. Player Aang triggers the Avatar State by saying "Avatar State, yip-yip!" Real Aang [[OtherMeAnnoysMe is dismayed to see]] that Player Aang is a woman. He is even more dismayed when Player Ozai kills Player Aang at the end.
* AffablyEvil: He's seen as "evil" by the Fire Nation audience, but also funny and lovable.
* AffectionateParody: Of the Broadway adaptation of ''PeterPan'', right down to using a female actress to play a young male and using wires to simulate flying. Even the way she talks sounds like Mary Martin playing Peter.
* BaldWoman: Subverted. Player Aang's scalp is a different color from the rest of her skin, so she is most likely wearing a bald cap, and though a recently-shaved head would also be a different color from the rest of the head hers appears darker rather than paler.
* BigNo[=/=]SlowNo: A good eight seconds long.
* CatchPhrase: "Avatar State, yip-yip!"
* CharacterExaggeration: Of Aang's {{Keet}} and [[ThePrankster Prankster]] tendencies.
* CrosscastRole: Much to Aang's frustration.
* DawsonCasting: Player Aang looks to be ten years older than KidHero Aang -- deliberately done InUniverse.
* DeathByAdaptation: Considering it was written by and for the Fire Nation, yeah not surprising they would kill the hero off.
* FamousLastWords: "Noooo!"
* GenkiGirl: Playing a {{Keet}}.
* TheHeroDies: Unsurprisingly, given that the play is Fire Nation propaganda, TheBadGuyWins and succeeds in taking down the Avatar.
* LikeBrotherAndSister: With Player Katara.
* NotQuiteFlight: She's hoisted up and swung around by a crane, the typical practice for a flying god since the days of ancient Greek theatre.
* ThePrankster: She even lampshades it: "Have I mentioned that I'm an ''incurable'' prankster?''. Much to the real Aang's dismay
* SuppressedMammaries: Averted. No action was taken to hide her breasts, and they're pretty obvious.
* TakeThat: Konietzko and [=DiMartino's=] criticism of the practice of [[CrossdressingVoices women voicing boys]] in ''PeterPan'', ''TheSimpsons'', and other productions.
* UnexplainedRecovery: The play never presents any explanation about how she survived Player Azula's lighting/blue ribbon strike, presumably because none of Pu-on Tim's sources knew what it was (Katara's spirit water-boosted healing).
* VillainProtagonist: Because the play is told from a perspective sympathetic to the Fire Nation, the character of Aang is seen as the bad guy -- the embodiment of feckless immaturity, ruining all the Fire Nation's plans.

[[folder:Player Katara]]
-->''"My heart is so full of hope, that it's making me tearbend!"''
->Voiced by: Creator/GreyDeLisle

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 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.
* AdaptationalCurves: She's more curvaceous than the real Katara.
* AdaptationalVillainy: The real Katara was utterly horrified when Jet destroyed an Earth Kingdom town, and immediately turned on him. Player Katara, however, is impressed.
* AllGirlsWantBadBoys: Both of the boys she falls for, Jet and Zuko, most definitely fit this. The following line is even on the quotes page:
-->'''Player Katara''': "Oh Jet, you're so...bad...."
* CallingYourAttacks: "Waterbend! Hi-yah!"
* CastingGag: Grey [=DeLisle=] is also the voice of Azula.
* CharacterExaggeration: What little bit of Katara's personality the play gets right, it exaggerates beyond belief.
* {{Chickification}}: Player Katara is a melodramatic crybaby who only waterbends ''once'' in the play (to free Player Aang).
* DamselInDistress: She is trapped in growing crystal in the scene where the Gaang face Bumi's challenges.
* DawsonCasting: She's never going to see fourteen again, that's for certain. This is deliberate InUniverse.
* ExposedToTheElements: Done for {{Fanservice}} purposes. She's wearing a low-cut dress ''at the south pole''.
* FauxActionGirl: She is never seen fighting, despite the fact that she's supposed to be the ActionGirl Katara.
* FoeRomanceSubtext: With Player Zuko.
* FootPopping: As she and Jet kiss.
* HotterAndSexier: Sort of. She's not as beautiful as the real Katara, but she is much more sexualized, having a more adult figure than Katara, and showing cleavage and [[ShowSomeLeg her leg]], as well as acting in a more sexualized manner (sultry expressions, sexy poses, so on).
* LikeBrotherAndSister: With Player Aang. And she keeps on saying it, for good measure.
-->'''"Katara":''' Remember, Aang, I'll always love you - as a brother!
-->'''"Aang":''' I wouldn't want it any other way.
* MakingASplash: She uses Waterbending to free Aang from the iceberg, although she never uses it again after that (she does steal a scroll about it, though).
* {{Melodrama}}: The living incarnation of it, right from the word "go".
* OverlyLongGag: She cries dramatically in just about every sequence in the first act.
* ShowSomeLeg: The real Katara wears trousers under her dress.
* TeamMom: Just like the real deal.
* TenderTears: ''Extremely'' prone to this, to the point where it becomes comedic.
* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: She, Player Sokka, and Player Toph do not participate in the finale and their fate is unclear.

[[folder:Player Sokka]]
-->''"All I want is a full feeling in my stomach! I'm starving!"''
->Voiced by: Creator/ScottMenville

Player Sokka is much older than Real Sokka, with buck teeth. He's a backwoods, dumb-muscle, Water Tribe hick, and the comic relief. Player Sokka is constantly hungry, and obsessed with eating meat. But the actor for Player Sokka is a pretty chill guy -- when Sokka approaches him backstage with some ideas for new jokes, the actor gladly incorporates them into the scene, despite initial misgivings -- ("Oh, boy, another fan with "Ideas"") and to the delight of the audience.
* BigEater: He's always hungry and wanting to eat.
* CatchPhrase: "I'm starving!" He says it twice in the first 30 seconds of the play.
* CharacterExaggeration: Of Sokka's tendency to focus on food and his ComicRelief status.
* DawsonCasting: In-universe. He's got the gangly limbs down pat, but otherwise, isn't a teenager. This is intentional.
* DistressedDude: Averted. Unlike in reality, Bumi doesn't catch him in growing crystal and he takes on the challenges along with Player Aang.
* ExposedToTheElements: Wearing ''that'' outfit in the South Pole is just begging for hypothermia.
* TheFool: Player Sokka has none of Sokka's TheSmartGuy tendencies.
* ObsessedWithFood:
--> '''Player Sokka:''' Don't go, Yue! You're the only woman who's ever taken my mind off of food!
* PluckyComicRelief: He's every bit the ButtMonkey that Sokka is in real life, much to his displeasure.
* RealMenEatMeat: He's quite frankly obsessed with it. It annoys Sokka, because all his jokes are on that topic and it gets repetitive.
* ThrowItIn: In-Universe. The actor uses Sokka's suggestions of making up catch-phrases and throwing in jokes for the third act. The other actors don't appreciate it, but the audience sure does.
* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: Aang and Zuko are the only ones who attack Ozai during Sozin's Comet, and the fates of Player Katara, Player Sokka, and Player Toph are left unclear.
* 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?" The real Suki thinks it's ActuallyPrettyFunny.

[[folder:Player Toph]]
-->''"My name's Toph, because that sounds like Tough and that's just what I am!"''
->Voiced by: Creator/JohnDiMaggio

Player Toph is a big, burly man who is blind, but can "see" using echolocation, emitting a loud scream. Real Toph likes Player Toph, saying "I wouldn't have cast it any other way."
* TheBigGuy: Except that unlike the real Toph, he is ''literally'' the big guy of the group.
* BlindingBangs: Player Toph wears an exaggeration of the real Toph's fringe.
* CharacterExaggeration: Of Toph's BoisterousBruiser and TheBigGuy traits.
* CrosscastRole: Just like Player Aang.
* DawsonCasting: [[invoked]] This guy ''[[InUniverse definitely]]'' ain't twelve.
* DevelopmentGag: Player Toph is based on an early design for Toph as a man, which was later reused as Avatar Roku's Earthbending master Sud.
* DisabilitySuperpower: Player Toph, much like the real Toph, is blind, but is able to "see"...[[MakeMeWannaShout although they got the particulars wrong...]]
* MakeMeWannaShout:
--> '''Player Toph:''' I don't "see" like you do -- I release a sonic wave from my mouth, like this: [''Releases an ear-curdling scream''] There! I just got a pretty good look at you!
* MeaningfulName: Lampshades Toph's name sounding like 'tough' (though with the real Toph, it's also an IronicName since it refers to a flower).
* OtherMeAnnoysMe: Inverted, Toph is the only one who actually ''likes'' her interpretation.
* PreMortemOneLiner: Mentioned, as Zuko (telling Toph that she had it easy because her parodied traits were pretty harmless, unlike with him where it just reminds him of the worst mistakes he's made) says that he makes quips and takes down ten bad guys at a time.
* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: Does not participate in the finale and his fate is unknown.

!Fire Nation

[[folder:Player Zuko]]
-->''"I don't have time to stuff my face! I must capture the Avatar to regain my honor!"''
->Voiced by: Derek Basco

Player Zuko is more accurate than other Players, but Real Zuko considers Player Zuko too stiff and dour, and Player Zuko's scar is on the wrong side. Player Zuko is even more obsessed than the real Zuko with honor and capturing the Avatar, and shouts "honor!" more than he says anything else. He flirts with Player Katara. In Act III, he is killed by Player Azula for his betrayal of the Fire Nation.
* BigStupidDoodooHead: During his IgnoredEpiphany near the end of Act II, he tells Player Iroh that he smells.
* CharacterExaggeration: The real Zuko is understandably hell-bent on getting his honor back, but Player Zuko is outright obsessed by it.
* CompositeCharacter: He takes on elements of Zhao's season 1 role, such as capturing Aang.
* DecompositeCharacter: He and the Blue Spirit are separate characters in the play.
* EightiesHair: Has ridiculously overgrown hair in the second act.
* EmoTeen: '''Big Time.'''
* FaceHeelTurn: His defection to the Avatar's side would be seen as this to the Fire Nation.
* FamousLastWords: '''''HONOR!'''''
* FelonyMisdemeanor: Player Zuko leaves Iroh because Iroh demanded that he gets a haircut.
* FoeRomanceSubtext: With Player Katara, probably to make him look even more unreliable and depraved InUniverse (where the Water Tribe is seen as backwards barbarians.)
* HonorBeforeReason
-->'''Azula:''' [[LampshadeHanging Look, there's your honor.]]
-->'''Zuko:''' WHERE?!
* LargeHam: ''Everything'' is an overdramatic declaration about honor with him.
* PlayingWithFire: He can do this. It's represented by orange/red ribbons.
* StraightMan: About the only character in the play who doesn't make jokes.
* YourCostumeNeedsWork: Most notably his scar.

[[folder:Player Iroh]]
-->''"Choose treachery! It's more fun!"''
->Voiced by: Creator/JohnDiMaggio

Player Iroh is Player Zuko's doddering glutton of an uncle. He is obsessed with cake instead of [[SpotOfTea tea]], and is trying and failing to give Player Zuko cake. Player Iroh is betrayed and defeated by Player Zuko, which is uncomfortably close to the truth for Zuko.
* AdaptationalVillainy: The play is Fire Nation propaganda after all. Naturally, Iroh's not going to be played in a positive light.
* BigEater: Unlike the real Iroh, who loves tea, Player Iroh loves cake instead.
* BigOlEyebrows: Just ''look at them''. They're probably fake, but still.
* 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).
* 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.
* FatBastard: He's even more rotund than the real Iroh and has none of Iroh's redeeming qualities.
* TheHedonist: Player Iroh lacks the spirituality of the real Iroh. His second line a suggestion that he and Zuko get massages. The Fire Nation, we've seen, is against individual pleasure and expression, so exaggerating this aspect of Iroh to make him look ridiculous makes perfect sense.
* JabbaTableManners: He likes to stuff his face with cake.
* 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.
* StrawmanPolitical: Likely intended to be this InUniverse, given how he tries to get Zuko to abandon the Fire Nation, his lack of good arguments for doing so, and the very bad light he's portrayed in.
* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: He's never seen after Zuko betrays him and pushes him over.

[[folder:Player Azula]]
-->''"The Avatar is no more!"''
->Voiced by: Creator/TaraStrong

Player Azula is older than Real Azula, with a huskier voice, and wears pink, along with thick makeup and long painted nails. Player Azula electrocutes Player Aang at the end of Act II, then kills Player Zuko in Act III.
* AdaptationalHeroism: The play is Fire Nation propaganda, so of course it presents Azula in a better light than the show does.
* TheBadGuyWins: Unlike the real Azula, she kills Player Zuko.
* CombatStilettos: As opposed to her real counterpart, who constantly wears sensible flat-soled boots.
* DaddysLittleVillain: Just like the real deal, although she's supposed to be Daddy's Little Heroine.
* DawsonCasting: [[invoked]] She definitely isn't fourteen.
* 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.
* FemmeFatalons: Her very long painted nails.
* GirlinessUpgrade: The real Azula dressed mostly practically and femininity was very low on her list of priorities. Player Azula wears a pink shirt, has stiletto heels, and wears makeup and nail polish.
* HeroAntagonist: As the character who's most prominent at hounding the Avatar and foiling his plans, Player Azula would be seen as this by the Fire Nation audience.
* HeroKiller: Unlike the real Azula, she actually kills Player Zuko.
* PlayingWithFire: Like the real Azula, she's a firebender. She uses this to kill Player Zuko.
%%* PrettyPrincessPowerhouse: Like the real Azula.
* PrincessesPreferPink: Unlike the real Azula, who wears the standard fire nation colors of red, black, and gold.
* RoyalsWhoActuallyDoSomething: "Hey, look, Zuko! It's your ''honor!''"
* ShockAndAwe: She throws a blue ribbon at Player Aang in the Avatar State to represent the point in ''The Crossroads of Destiny'' where Azula nearly kills Aang by hitting him with lightning.

[[folder:Player Ozai]]
-->''"No! It is you who are going down! You see, you are too late! The comet is already here, and I'm unstoppable!"''
->Voiced by: Creator/DeeBradleyBaker

Player Ozai is the Fire Lord in the play. As the play is propaganda, Player Ozai is a heroic leader, and he looks much more like the real Ozai than any of the Players look like their characters. In the climax of Act III, he kills Player Aang with the power of Sozin's Comet and conquers the World.
* AdaptationalHeroism: He wants to take over the world and kill Player Aang, but unlike the real Ozai, he has no plans of genocide.
* TheBadGuyWins: The play being Fire Nation propaganda, this was inevitable. (Not that he's considered evil in the Fire Nation.)
* BeardOfEvil: Beard of Good, as far as the play's concerned.
* BeautyInversion: He actually looks far more like a stereotypical evil overlord than the real Ozai does, even though he's meant to be the good guy.
* BigGood: His taking over the world is portrayed as a ''good thing''.
* CoolCrown: Wears a rather exaggerated version of the real Fire Nation crown.
* HeroKiller: He takes down Player Aang.
* KillItWithFire: First Player Aang, then everything else.
* LargeHam: Out-hams ''everybody'' in the play- it's [[Series/LegendsOfTheHiddenTemple Olmec]], what would you expect?
* NoYou: "No, it is YOU who are going down!"
* PlayingWithFire: Like the real Ozai, he can firebend. Unlike the real Ozai, he uses his comet-enhanced bending to kill Player Aang.
* RoyalsWhoActuallyDoSomething: He defeats the evil Avatar and succeeds in taking over the world.
* SupportingLeader: He's the Fire Lord, but he only appears in the play's last scenes, with his daughter Azula being active in the hunt for the Avatar.
* TakeOverTheWorld: His goal. And unlike the real Ozai, ''he succeeds''.

[[folder:Player Mai]]

Player Mai looks similar to real Mai, albeit with a few differences. Her belt has a sad face on it, her fringe covers her eyes, and she keeps her knives in her "ox horn" hair.
* AnimeHair: Her OdangoHair is exaggerated to the point where she can stick knives in it.
* ActionGirl: She's a knife master and one of Azula's elite henchmen.
* BeautyInversion: The real Mai is quite beautiful, even cute, in her own way. Player Mai, not so much.
* BlindingBangs: Her fringe actually covers her eyes.
* DemotedToExtra: The real Mai was a major character and Zuko's love interest. Player Mai only appears in one scene.
* EmotionlessGirl: Just like the real Mai, although Player Mai never gets any of Mai's NotSoStoic moments.
* KnifeNut: Again, much like the real Mai.
* OdangoHair: Her hairstyle exaggerates the real Mai's OdangoHair, making it look more like Mickey Mouse ears than anything.
* SpecialEffectsFailure: InUniverse, she doesn't actually throw her knives. Instead, a stagehand carries them to their target.
* TheStoic: Never says anything or shows emotion.

[[folder:Player Ty Lee]]

Player Ty Lee is a pudgy ballerina. Instead of doing acrobatic stunts, she dances sedately across the stage. Instead of chi-blocking by poking people, she kisses them.
* AdaptationalCurves: Fatter than the real Ty Lee.
* ActionGirl: She's one of Azula's elite henchmen, and is shown defeating a soldier in one hit with her KissOfDeath.
* BareYourMidriff: But she can't pull it off quite like the real Ty Lee.
* BeautyInversion: Much like Player Mai, Player Ty Lee is ''far'' less attractive than the real deal.
* DanceBattler: She's a dancer who can paralyze people with kisses.
* DemotedToExtra: Only apppears in one scene, though the real Ty Lee had a much larger role.
* {{Flynning}}: Her action scenes bear little to no resemblance to actual fights.
* KissOfDeath: Unlike the real Ty Lee, she paralyzes her opponents by kissing them.
* TheParalyzer: By kissing her finger and then touching a guard, she causes him to comically freeze and then fall over.

!Earth Kingdom

[[folder:Player Suki]]

Player Suki looks very close to the real Suki, but her headdress and fans are exaggerated. She has no lines. In Act I, she trains Player Sokka in the ways of the Kyoshi Warriors.
* ActionGirl: Teaches Sokka how to be a Kyoshi warrior.
* AmazonBrigade: The Kyoshi warriors are all female.
* BattleBallgown: Her uniform.
* CoolMask: Her kabuki makeup.
* DemotedToExtra: Only appears in one scene near the beginning, although the real Suki played a much bigger role, being Sokka's love interest and participating in the attack on Ozai's airships.
%%* {{Ninja}}
* PaperFanOfDoom: Much like the real deal's.

[[folder:Player Bumi]]
-->''"Riddles and challenges must you face, if you are ever to leave this place."''
->Voiced by: Creator/DeeBradleyBaker

Player Bumi is the King of Omashu. He wears a padded suit to simulate the real Bumi's muscles, an oversized monocle to look like Bumi's MadEye, and a feathered hat as a crown, which looks like Bumi's pet Flopsy. Player Bumi speaks in rhymes.
* BunnyEarsLawyer: Just like the real Bumi.
* NiceHat: His feather hat.
* PlayingGertrude: Definitely younger than the real Bumi.
* RhymesOnADime: Oddly enough, as the real Bumi never does so.

[[folder:The Blue Spirit]]
--> ''"I am the Blue Spirit, the scourge of the Fire Nation, here to save the Avatar!"''

A mysterious anti-fire nation figure in a ''gigantic'' blue oni mask who appears to save the avatar from Zuko.
* BadassNormal: Like the real Blue Spirit, he doesn't firebend. He still manages to beat Zuko.
* CardCarryingVillain: Introduces himself as "the scourge of the Fire Nation", making him this InUniverse, as the play is Fire Nation propaganda.
* CoolMask: The oni mask the real Blue Spirit wore is exaggerated to the point of being as big as the rest of his body.
* DecompositeCharacter: The real Blue Spirit was Zuko's alter ego. This Blue Spirit has no relation to Zuko, and indeed fights him at one point.
* DeusExMachina: Appears out of nowhere to save the Avatar, and then is never mentioned again. This is probably how the Fire Nation viewed the real Blue Spirit, given that they don't know that he's actually Zuko in a mask.
* DualWielding: Like the real deal, he uses dual swords.
* LargeHam: Like everyone else in the play. It's notable because the real Blue Spirit never spoke, as his voice would have given him away.

[[folder:Player Jet]]
-->(Normal)''"Don't cry, baby! Jet will wipe out that nasty town for ''you''!''"
-->(Brainwashed)''"Must...serve...Earth King! Must...destroy![starts babbling]"''
->Voiced by: Creator/DeeBradleyBaker

Player Jet, who has spiky hair and chews on a flower, appears in two scenes. In Act I, he floods a village to impress Player Katara, who hugs him and says "Oh Jet, you're so...bad...." In Act II, he appears in Lake Laogai, and is presumed dead when a rock lands on him. He is {{Brainwashed}} in that scene, as indicated by googly eyes. Instead of the real Jet's twin hook swords, Player Jet is armed with twin hook hands.
* AllGirlsWantBadBoys: Player Katara certainly does.
* AnimeHair: His hair, being an exaggeration of the real Jet's WildHair. It's long, spiky, and sticks up on its ends.
* BrainwashedAndCrazy: Like the real Jet, except it makes him look far goofier.
* CharacterExaggeration: Like everyone else in the play.
* DawsonCasting: In-universe. In the finest tradition of ''Dawson's Creek'', he plays a brooding teenager but has got at least ten more years on him.
* DroppedABridgeOnHim: Just sort of... falls over. Then a "rock" falls on him. Lampshaded, even the Gaang aren't certain what just happened.
-->'''Zuko:''' Did Jet just... die?
-->'''Sokka:''' You know, it was really unclear.
* DualWielding: His hooks.
* HookHand: To simulate the real deal's hook swords.
* ImprobableWeaponUser: He [[DualWielding dual wields]] hook hands.
* MindControlEyes: He has googly eyes to show that he is brainwashed.
* RebelLeader: Except that the Freedom Fighters don't appear in the play, or at least weren't shown.
* SpecialEffectsFailure: 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.
* ThirdPersonPerson: When he's not brainwashed.
* WildHair: It's very spiky and unkempt.

!Water Tribe

[[folder:Player Yue]]
->Voiced by: Jennie Kwan
-->''"Goodbye, Sokka! I have important moon duties to take care of! And yes, I did have pickled fish."''

Player Yue appears at the end of Act I. She wears a pink dress with many bows, and her hair is a braid attached to her hair loops. When she sacrifices herself to become the Moon Spirit, she is hoisted up on a moon prop, while Player Sokka grieves below.
* AnimeHair: It looks like a giant bow.
* AscendToAHigherPlaneOfExistence: Her "moon duties."
* ColorCodedPatrician: She wears pink, instead of the normal Water Tribe blue.
* ExposedToTheElements: That dress is ''really'' not suited for the North Pole.
* FamousLastWords: "And yes, I did have pickled fish...."
* GirlinessUpgrade: Her outfit is far more stereotypically feminine than the real Yue's.
* HeroicSacrifice: If the play makes any claim toward accuracy at that point.
* TheLostLenore: For Sokka.
* {{Lunacy}}: Ends up leaving the world because of her "important moon duties".
* PimpedOutDress: Wears a very pretty (and very ''long'') pink dress.
* PrincessesPreferPink: As opposed to the real Yue's purple WinterRoyalLady wardrobe.