Yue (voiced by Johanna Braddy (1987 – )) is a major character in Avatar: The Last Airbender. She is the princess of the Northern Water Tribe and became the spirit of the Moon. She died sacrificing herself to replace the previous spirit of the Moon, Tui, who was killed by Admiral Zhao.
The first female character we’re introduced to in the franchise is Katara of Avatar. She’s a maternal, water bender from the Southern Water Tribe and it’s she and her brother Sokka who find Avatar Aang, who had been suspended in ice for 100 years. (It’s a long story.)
Many people of Water Tribe ethnicity also live in the United Republic and there is a small community of waterbenders that populate the Foggy Swamp in the Earth Kingdom, although they were isolated from their sister tribes for generations and others were largely unaware of their existence until they were stumbled upon
There are three tribes: the Northern Water Tribe, centered in the North Pole; the Southern Water Tribe, centered in the South Pole; and the Foggy Swamp Tribe, located in the Earth Kingdom’s Foggy Swamp. Both the Northern and Southern Water Tribes are chiefdoms led by a tribal chief.
Princess Yue Sokka and Yue share a first kiss. Love found Sokka when he became smitten with Princess Yue of the Northern Water Tribe.
Early life. As a newborn baby, Yue’s hair was black. The Moon Spirit gifted her with part of its own life force, saving her life and turning her hair white as a side effect. Thus, her parents named her Yue, for the moon.
1. Aang. At just 12 years old (well, technically 112, but he was frozen for most of it), Aang successfully learns all four elements and ends the Fire Nation’s prolonged war.
As frustrating as it is, the general consensus is that Sokka died of old age and natural causes between age 70 and 85. We first even learn about Sokka’s fate in the series sequel, The Legend of Korra (which you can watch on Amazon Prime, YouTube, and Google Play), when Katara says that he’s passed away.
Defenseless, Korra was slowly suffocated by Zaheer. With the Avatar State, Korra was able to hold her own against Zaheer, even force him on the defense, though she could not keep up battling both him and the poison, eventually succumbing to its effect.
Male airbenders occupied the Northern and Southern Air Temples, while females lived in the Eastern and Western Air Temples. So Aang presumably didn’t see them often. Airbenders, although not without permanent temples, were mostly nomadic, traveling the world. Hence, the term ‘Air Nomads’.
Katara (Avatar: The Last Airbender)
|Nationality||Southern Water Tribe|
|Bending element||Primary: Waterbending Sub-styles: Bloodbending (disavowed) Healing abilities Plantbending|
|Age||14 (Avatar: The Last Airbender) 15 (The Promise) 16 (The Search & The Rift) 85–86, 89 (The Legend of Korra)|
|Hair color||Brown White (elderly)|
After her defeat, it is revealed in the graphic novel The Promise that she was admitted into a mental institution in the Fire Nation due to her deranged mental state, possibly suffering from schizophrenia. Both in the series and the comics, she is shown to be disturbed by frequent hallucinations of her mother.
The water tribe originally descended from a lion turtle that was in a tropical area. That is why they are dark. They must have lived close and used the portal to travel prior to the first harmonic convergence we see. They did not realize that avatar Juan was going to close the portal.
Hope I made you proud. Bumi is Avatar Aang and Katara’s first child and eldest son, as well as the only one to be born a nonbender among the couple’s three children; he later developed airbending abilities after the Harmonic Convergence of 171 AG.
Each new Avatar’s primary bending style goes in the order fire-air-water-earth before beginning anew. This means the next Avatar will be an earthbender. The reason for this seemingly random ordering can be traced back to the very first Avatar, Wan.