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** This oversight was eventually rectified in the simplest way possibly by outright making Kyoshi [[TheAgeless immortal.]]


->''"I am a warrior. But I'm a girl, too!"''

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->''"I am a warrior. But I'm a girl, too!"''too."''

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** This oversight was eventually rectified in the simplest way possibly by outright making Kyoshi [[TheAgeless immortal.]]


[[caption-width-right:333:''The Warriors of Kyoshi interrogate the Gaang.'']]

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[[caption-width-right:333:''The [[caption-width-right:333:The Warriors of Kyoshi interrogate the Gaang.'']]]]




On their quest to the Northern Water Tribe, Aang decides it's of vital importance that he ride Giant Koi Fish, a distraction which results in the gang being captured. Much to Sokka's surprise, however, the group who captured them was a troop of warrior ''women''. The sexism doesn't exactly make them sympathetic to letting the group go free, but it turns out that these are the [[TitleDrop Warriors of Kyoshi]], named after the previous Earth Avatar, and thus are eager to help the Avatar. Aang's fame goes to his head as he attempts to impress Katara, while Sokka learns a lesson or two about gender equality from the Kyoshi Warriors- in particular, their pretty leader Suki. However, news that the Avatar is at Kyoshi Island spreads, just inviting Zuko to come...

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\n-->--'''Suki'''

On their quest to the Northern Water Tribe, Aang decides it's of vital importance that he ride Giant Koi Fish, a distraction which results in the gang being captured. Much to Sokka's surprise, however, the group who captured them was is a troop of warrior ''women''. The His sexism doesn't exactly make them sympathetic to letting the group go free, but it turns out that these are the [[TitleDrop Warriors of Kyoshi]], named after the previous Earth Avatar, and thus they are eager to help the Avatar. Aang's fame goes to his head as he attempts to impress Katara, while Sokka learns a lesson or two about gender equality from the Kyoshi Warriors- in Warriors--in particular, their pretty leader Suki. However, news that the Avatar is at Kyoshi Island spreads, just inviting enticing Zuko to come...pay a visit...



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* AmazonBrigade: The Kyoshi Warriors is a group of warriors that are all-female, keeping in the tradition of their founder, Avatar Kyoshi. They also wear her warrior paint and dress to signify their heritage.

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!!Tropes:

!!Tropes in this episode include:

* AmazonBrigade: The Kyoshi Warriors is a group of warriors that are all-female, an all-female group, keeping in the tradition of their founder, Avatar Kyoshi. They also wear her warrior paint and dress to signify their heritage.



* AudienceMurmurs: When Aang airbends in the village for the first time, proving himself to be the avatar.

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* AudienceMurmurs: When Aang airbends in the village for the first time, proving himself to be the avatar.Avatar.



* BullyingADragon:
** Sokka does this while the Kyoshi warriors have him ''tied to a pole and surrounded''.

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* BullyingADragon:
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BullyingADragon: Sokka does this while the Kyoshi warriors have him ''tied to a pole and surrounded''.



'''Suki:''' "A bunch of girls", huh? The unagi's going to eat well tonight.
** Invoked by Aang when he tricks the unagi into spraying water at him. It misses, and puts out the fires in the village instead.

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'''Suki:''' "A bunch of girls", girls," huh? The unagi's going to eat well tonight.
** Invoked by Aang when he tricks the unagi into spraying water at him. It misses, and puts out the fires in the village instead.
tonight.



** When Aang and Zuko are fighting, Aang grabs a pair of fans and uses them to send a powerful air blast at Zuko, knocking him into a nearby house.

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** When Aang and Zuko are fighting, Aang grabs a pair of fans dropped by one of the Warriors and uses them to send a powerful air blast at Zuko, knocking him into a nearby house.



-->'''Prince Zuko:''' How am I going to find the Avatar? He is clearly a master of evasive maneuvering.
-->'''Sokka:''' (cut to him talking to Aang) You have no idea where you're going, do you?
* EasilyForgiven: Aang is surprisingly forgiving towards Kyoshi Islanders for just moments ago threatening to feed him and his friends to the unagi for [[DisproportionateRetribution trespassing on their island]].

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-->'''Prince Zuko:''' How am I going to find the Avatar? He is clearly a master of evasive maneuvering. \n-->'''Sokka:''' (cut \\
''[cut
to him talking to Aang) the Gaang on Appa]''\\
'''Sokka:'''
You have no idea where you're going, do you?
* EasilyForgiven: Aang is surprisingly forgiving towards the Kyoshi Islanders for just moments ago threatening to feed him and his friends to the unagi for [[DisproportionateRetribution trespassing on their island]].



* OffModel: Aang is hit badly by it while running from the unagi. Luckily, the animators soon got things under control and this never happened again.

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* OffModel: Aang is hit badly by it while running from the unagi.unagi; his face is grotesquely deformed and his arms turn into handless noodles. Luckily, the animators soon got things under control and this never happened again.



** [[WordOfGod Avatar Extras]] confirmed that the montage of Aang getting chased by the fan girls was an homage to “A Hard Days Night” by Music/TheBeatles.

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** [[WordOfGod Avatar Extras]] confirmed that the montage of Aang getting chased by the fan girls was an homage to “A Hard Days Day's Night” by Music/TheBeatles.



* WakeUpCall: Aang got comfortable on Kyoshi Island due to his fanbase, forgetting about the war that he as the avatar was supposed to stop. And then Zuko attacked, giving Aang the reminder of his responsibilities he needed.
* WritersCannotDoMath: The writers backed themselves into a corner when they said that Kyoshi was born on the island four hundred years ago. Roku died at seventy and Aang was in the iceberg for a century, implying that she lived to be roughly 230 (it's not clear if she was born precisely 400 years ago or if it was an approximation). People, and especially the Avatar, [[WizardsLiveLonger live longer]] in this universe than they do in real life but the next most LongLived character is Aang himself and he died at chronologically 166.

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* WakeUpCall: Aang got gets comfortable on Kyoshi Island due to his fanbase, forgetting about the war that he as the avatar was Avatar is supposed to stop. And then Zuko attacked, attacks, giving Aang the reminder of his responsibilities he needed.
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* WritersCannotDoMath: The writers backed themselves into a corner when they said that Kyoshi was born on the island four hundred years ago. Roku died at seventy and Aang was in the iceberg for a century, implying that she lived to be roughly 230 (it's not clear if she was born precisely 400 years ago or if it was an approximation). People, and especially the Avatar, [[WizardsLiveLonger live longer]] in this universe than they do in real life life, but the next most LongLived character is Aang himself and he died at chronologically 166.

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* AudienceMurmurs: When Aang airbends in the village for the first time, proving himself to be the avatar.

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* SeaSerpents: The [[https://avatar.fandom.com/wiki/Unagi unagi]].


* CombatHandFan: The Kyoshi Warriors' main weapon. [[ShownTheirWork Based on real life Japanese weapons, as well.]]

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* CombatHandFan: CombatHandFan:
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The Kyoshi Warriors' main weapon. [[ShownTheirWork Based on real life Japanese weapons, as well.]]]] They use their fans in honor of Kyoshi who used a pair of fans when she was alive.
** When Aang and Zuko are fighting, Aang grabs a pair of fans and uses them to send a powerful air blast at Zuko, knocking him into a nearby house.

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* WritersCannotDoMath: The writers backed themselves into a corner when they said that Kyoshi was born on the island four hundred years ago. Roku died at seventy and Aang was in the iceberg for a century, implying that she lived to be roughly 230 (it's not clear if she was born precisely 400 years ago or if it was an approximation). People, and especially the Avatar, [[WizardsLiveLonger live longer]] in this universe than they do in real life but the next most LongLived character is Aang himself and he died at chronologically 166.


* ShoutOut: "[[Film/BackToTheFuture Where we're going, you won't need any pants.]]"

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* ShoutOut: ShoutOut:
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"[[Film/BackToTheFuture Where we're going, you won't need any pants.]]"]]"
** At one point, Aang goes from two-handed push-ups to one-handed to ''handless'' push-ups using his breath. [[Film/KungPowEnterTheFist We'll have some of whatever he's smoking!]]


* BilingualBonus: Unagi means eel in Japanese

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* BilingualBonus: Unagi means eel in JapaneseJapanese.



* EasilyForgiven: Aang is surprisingly forgiving towards Kyoshi islanders for just moments ago threatening to feed him and his friends to the unagi for [[DisproportionateRetribution trespassing on their island]].

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* EasilyForgiven: Aang is surprisingly forgiving towards Kyoshi islanders Islanders for just moments ago threatening to feed him and his friends to the unagi for [[DisproportionateRetribution trespassing on their island]].



** [[WordOfGod Avatar Extras]] confirmed that the montage of Aang getting chased by the fan girls was an homage to Music/TheBeatles.

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** [[WordOfGod Avatar Extras]] confirmed that the montage of Aang getting chased by the fan girls was an homage to “A Hard Days Night” by Music/TheBeatles.

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** [[WordOfGod Avatar Extras]] confirmed that the montage of Aang getting chased by the fan girls was an homage to Music/TheBeatles.

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* WakeUpCall: Aang got comfortable on Kyoshi Island due to his fanbase, forgetting about the war that he as the avatar was supposed to stop. And then Zuko attacked, giving Aang the reminder of his responsibilities he needed.

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* EasilyForgiven: Aang is surprisingly forgiving towards Kyoshi islanders for just moments ago threatening to feed him and his friends to the unagi for [[DisproportionateRetribution trespassing on their island]].


[[caption-width-right:333:The Warriors of Kyoshi interrogate the Gaang.]]

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[[caption-width-right:333:The [[caption-width-right:333:''The Warriors of Kyoshi interrogate the Gaang.]]'']]

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[[caption-width-right:333:The Warriors of Kyoshi interrogate the Gaang.]]

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