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Sokka

Affiliation: Water

Powers: Proficient in the use of the bladed boomerang weapon; outdoor tracking, hunting, and survival skills.

Background: Sokka was left the oldest male in his village after his father and the other grown men of the Southern Water Tribe left to help defend the Earth Kingdom. Eager to play the warrior, he took it upon himself to build fortifications and train the younger children to defend the village from attack. Sokka also took seriously his father's parting instruction to take care of his little sister, Katara, choosing to accompany her when she decided to join Aang on his journey.

Personality: A bit of a goof, Sokka often plays the role of comic relief. He is smart and resourceful, but also immature in many ways. His intelligence often helps him solve problems that others cannot, such as his design for a working hot air balloon in "The Northern Air Temple." Brave and somewhat pretentious, Sokka seeks respect and glory as a warrior, and his wounded pride when he falls short in this regard is often the source of much humor. In spite of this, Sokka is still able to be very serious when he needs to be, especially in regards to his sister, Katara. Caring and wont to be suspicious of others, he looks after her and is fiercely devoted to protecting her from harm, even when it comes to Aang ("The Deserter" wink .

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Last Airbender > Book One Summary

Avatar Aang

Powers: A master airbender and the current Avatar, capable of mastering each of the four elemental bending arts; has strong ties to the Spirit World and is able to enter and exit through meditation. In times of strong emotional duress or danger, his powerful "Avatar state" is triggered, greatly enhancing his bending abilities for a short amount of time.
Background: Aang lived and trained until he was twelve in the Southern Air Temple a hundred years before. The temple elders chose to tell him that he is the Avatar sooner than was customary, fearing that war was near. This information disrupted Aang's comfortable and carefree life considerably. He ultimately decided to run away, furious that he would be separated from his kindly mentor and guardian, Monk Gyatso, to train at another temple. He and his flying bison, Appa, ran into a nasty storm close to the South Pole, which knocked them out of the air and into the ocean. Aang's avatar spirit awoke and encased them in an iceberg where both were hidden until being discovered by Katara and Sokka a hundred years later.

Personality: Despite Aang's tremendous power, he is also still a kid in many ways. He is very friendly; before he was frozen he had many friends all over the world, and has made many more since embarking on his journey. He cares deeply for his newfound friends, Katara and Sokka; his animal guide, Appa; and Momo, his pet winged-lemur. Fun loving and free-spirited, he always manages to have a good time and often draws others into his games. One of his favorite pastimes is animal riding, from penguins to giant koi fish. He maintains a cheerful disposition at almost all times and loves to play around.

The last airbender and the Avatar, Aang sometimes feels a bit lonely and overwhelmed by the pressure that is on him. As we saw in "The Southern Air Temple," most of his friends and teachers are long gone and he misses them dearly. Both powerful and naturally talented at bending, he lacks discipline when learning and tends to be impatient. Aang is very curious about the current time period he has come to be in and tries to remain optimistic about the state of the world and his mission.


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Peoples of Avatar

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Air Nomads
Current Status: Completely eradicated and presumed extinct after a massive attack from the Fire Nation a hundred years before current day.

Geography: Certain archipelagos toward the South Pole, southeast of the Earth Kingdom, and between the Earth Kingdom and Fire Nation once belonged to the Air Nomads and are where their temples are located.

Capital: It is possible there was once an Air Nomad capital but it has not yet been mentioned and it is unknown whether or not it still exists.

Other Major Cities/Outposts: Only three Air Nomad locations have been shown or mentioned so far: the Northern Air Temple, the Southern Air Temple, and the Eastern Air Temple. The Southern Air Temple is located in the Batola Mountain Range on the islands just north of the South Pole. The Northern Air Temple is located in the archipelago between the just west of the Earth Kingdom and north of the Fire Nation. There is also an Eastern Air Temple that we know exists but have yet to see; it is likely positioned in the islands to the southeast of the Earth Kingdom.

Government: The Air Nomads did not seem to have a formal central government. While it is known that they had temples, it is uncertain if they had cities or villages, as well. Each temple was run by a council of around five elders. The oldest airbenders of the temple maintained its everyday functions and watched over the younger inhabitants. The master monks also taught the younger airbenders how to master their skills. As pacifists, it is unlikely the Air Nomads had an army.

Culture: The monks of the Air Nomads lived a very tranquil and pacifistic lifestyle; strict vegetarians, they refused to eat any form of meat. Meditation was a daily activity among the older monks of the temples while the younger airbenders would enjoy playing games and sports outside. One of these was Air Ball, which was played atop giant wooden posts and used airbending skills to get a ball through one of the goals on either side of the field. Air Nomads were bald and wore bright yellow pants and shirts with an orange shawl; the elder monks wore brown, orange, or yellow robes. Each airbender had special blue arrow tattoos on their head, arms, hands, legs, and feet; the flying bison--the typical transport for the Air Nomads--also had similar markings.


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Earth Kingdom
Current Status: Currently at war with, and partially occupied by, the Fire Nation.

Geography: The Earth Kingdom is by far the largest nation in terms of geographic size. The Earth Kingdom is, in fact, so large that it is a neighbor of every other nation. It consists of the two main continental land masses, and together they stretch nearly from pole to pole. The continents seem to possess a wide variety of geographic features, including large mountain ranges, plains, several large river systems, and at least two inland seas.

Capital: Ba-Sing-Se, located in the northeastern part of the Earth Kingdom.

Other Major Cities/Outposts: Omashu

Government: The Earth Kingdom is ruled from its mighty walled capital of Ba-Sing-Se. While other cities have kings--such as King Bumi of Omashu--it would appear that they are vassals to the overlord or ruler of the capital referred to as "The Earth King". Some Earth Kingdom localities, however--Kyoshi Island, for example--have preserved their neutrality in the conflict with the Fire Nation and do not appear to be subject to any central government.

Culture: Greens and browns are the predominant colors worn by the subjects of the Earth Kingdom. Their earthbending talents have also made mining a common economic activity. Since the Earth Kingdom occupies the crossroads of the world, its subjects also appear to be skilled in trade and commerce. Their ports and markets, even amidst war and military occupation, still thrive. Having such active business and interaction with the other nations seems to have made Earth Kingdom culture less distinctly unique and more all-encompassing in nature.


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Fire Nation
Current Status: At war with the other nations in an attempt to conquer the world. The Fire Nation currently occupies much of the western Earth Kingdom.

Geography: The Fire Nation is located on the medium sized continent on the western side of the world map. This continent is dominated almost exclusively by mountains, many of which are volcanic. The main Fire Nation continent is adjacent in the east to a series of islands that stretch towards the Earth Kingdom. Some distance to the north and a farther distance south lay the Air Nomad islands.

Capital: Unknown

Other Major Cities/Outposts: Fire Temple seen on the crescent shaped, volcanic island in �The Spirit World Part I & II.�

Government: The Fire Nation is a unitary autocracy ruled by Fire Lord Ozai.

Culture: After a century of war, and perhaps by nature of their element, the culture of the Fire Nation has a decidedly martial flavor. Personal honor plays a key role in the lives of its elite, where insults often result in the dreaded agni kai, or fire duel. Citizens of the Fire Nation tend to wear dark red and black. They celebrate their element and their culture in the �Fire Days Festival� during which they wear ceremonial masks, watch puppet and firebending shows, and shoot fireworks.


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Water Tribes
Current Status: Southern Tribe: depleted in population, small village; Northern Tribe: large, prosperous city.

Geography: The Water Tribe is broken into two separate tribes, which are located at the North and South Poles. Both tribes live on the large continental land masses, surrounded by glaciers and ice drifts in the surrounding oceans.

Capital: There is no set capital for the Water Tribe. The closest thing to a capital would be the very large Northern Water Tribe city.

Other Major Cities/Outposts: The Water Tribe consists of only two real outposts: the small village of the Southern Water Tribe and the massive Northern Water Tribe city.

Government: The Southern Water Tribe apparently has no formal government, although it would appear that age acts as a sort of informal system for delegating duties and chores. They live mostly off the sea for survival. The Southern Water Tribe once had many men, but they all left to assist the Earth Kingdom in the war against the Fire Nation. It consists now of women and children. There is no real army or military structure in the Southern Water Tribe now, as all their warriors have left to help in the war. There is no real leader now, either, though Kana is usually the one assigning tasks and maintaining discipline among the remaining people of the village. The Northern Water Tribe, on the other hand, has an established centralized form of government. The village appears to be lead by a group of elders who seem to make the decisions in a large building within the walled city. Members of this group include Master Pakku and Chief Arnook, leader of the entire city and its people. The Northern Tribe has a large army of waterbenders and warriors.

Culture: The sister tribes both share similar cultural traits, wearing heavy fur coats for protection against the cold northern and southern climates. Their clothes are mostly blue and white, including lighter clothing worn when away from the poles. Fishing seems to be the primary source of food for both tribes, and they send fishermen and sometimes waterbenders out in wooden boats. A tradition in the Southern Tribe called ice dodging is considered a right of passage for men of the tribe. In the Northern Tribe, strict gender roles and sexist traditions exist; women waterbenders are forbidden from learning waterbending to fight and may only be taught to use their gift for healing purposes. A system of arranged marriage is also in place. Both tribes use war paint in preparation for battles, and the Northern Tribe also invokes the spirits for guidance through ritual prayer.

Episode Guide: Season One

Production number: 1x01
Original airdate: February 21, 2005
Short description: On the South Pole, a lone Water Tribe village struggles to survive. It is here that a young waterbender named Katara and her warrior brother Sokka rescue a strange boy from a cavernous iceberg. But Aang is not just fun-loving and adventurous - he is also an airbender - a race of people no one has seen in a hundred years.


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102 - The Avatar Returns
Production number: 1x02
Original airdate: February 21, 2005
Short description: Although Aang denies to Katara that he is the Avatar, she soon learns the truth when a young firebender named Prince Zuko attacks her village, looking for the airbender. Aang must face his destiny as he fights for the tribe's safety and his life. But with the help of Katara, Sokka and his flying bison Appa, Aang escapes Zuko's clutches. Together, they journey into the war torn world to find a master to teach Aang waterbending - the first step to becoming the Avatar.


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103 - The Southern Air Temple
Production number: 1x03
Original airdate: February 25, 2005
Short description: After one hundred years, Aangs returns home to the abandoned Airbender Temple where he faces his past and his future as the Avatar. A startling discovery forces Aang to come to terms with what really happened to the airbenders. But when a winged lemur, Momo, joins the group, he offers Aang a new sense of hope. Meanwhile Prince Zuko realizes he has competition when the ambitious Commander Zhao vows to capture the Avatar before him.


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104 - The Warriors of Kyoshi
Production number: 1x04
Original airdate: March 4, 2005
Short description: The group quickly understands the importance of hiding Aang's identity when Zuko - in his ongoing hunt for the Avatar - attacks an island untouched by the war. Feeling ignored by Katara, Aang goes to great lengths to get her attention, including riding the giant Koi of Kyoshi Island. When the locals discover that Aang is the Avatar, the young girls of the town treat Aang like a celebrity, following him wherever he goes. Katara claims that she is not jealous, but Aang thinks otherwise. Meanwhile, Sokka faces his preconceived ideas about women when a female warrior named Suki beats him in a fight.


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105 - The King of Omashu
Production number: 1x05
Original airdate: March 18, 2005
Short description: In another detour on their way to the North Pole, Aang brings Katara and Sokka to the impressive Earth Kingdom city of Omashu for a little fun. But when the fun turns to chaos, the group is summoned before the King who quickly recognizes Aang as the Avatar. The next day the King forces Aang into a series of bizarre challenges meant to test his patience, focus, and wisdom. But when one of the challenges puts Aang in mortal jeopardy, the test becomes a matter of life and death. The kids wonder if the King is trying to teach Aang an important lesson or if he's just crazy.


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106 - Imprisoned
Production number: 1x06
Original airdate: March 25, 2005
Short description: The group arrives at a small Earth Kingdom mining town which is occupied by the Fire Nation. They meet a young earthbender named Haru who is forced to hide his earthbending abilities. In this town, any person demonstrating earthbending powers is considered a threat and is removed by the Fire Nation. Katara convinces Haru to use earthbending to help save a man's life, but this backfires and Haru is arrested and taken away in the night. Katara feels responsible to rescue Haru. She gets herself arrested, and leads the group to an offshore prison rig where the earthbenders, including Haru, are held captive and extremely demoralized. Katara refuses to give up on the downtrodden earthbenders. Eventually her activism pays off, and with a little help from Aang and Sokka, she sparks a revolt and empowers the earthbenders to take over the rig, and eventually reclaim their town.


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107 - The Spirit World: Winter Solstice Part 1
Production number: 1x07
Original airdate: April 8, 2005
Short description: Aang's need for a teacher becomes evident when he is recruited to help rid a town of a monster from the spirit world - a perfect job for the Avatar, which Aang has no idea how to perform. When the spirit monster arrives, Aang not only fails to appease it but it kidnaps Sokka. Aang returns to the village, only to find that no one can see or hear him - he has stumbled into the spirit world! In the spirit world, Aang is contacted by a dragon and finds out what his next mission will be, to contact the previous Avatar (Avatar Roku), who has extremely important information for him. The only problem is, to contact Avatar Roku, Aang must get to a temple in the Fire Nation before the end of the winter solstice, in a couple of days. Aang eventually makes it out of the spirit world, and with the experience he has gained, he is able to make peace between the village and the spirit monster. The town is saved and Sokka returns. But the group faces another challenge...


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108 - Avatar Roku: Winter Solstice Part 2
Production number: 1x08
Original airdate: April 15, 2005
Short description: In order to talk to Avatar Roku, the group has only 18 hours to make it to a temple in the Fire Nation before the sun sets on the solstice. On their way, the group is tracked by Zuko... who is tracked by Commander Zhao. The group arrives at the temple with barely an hour to spare, but are faced with another problem: there are Fire Sages who will not let Aang enter. There is one Sage, Shyu, who is loyal to the Avatar instead of to the Fire Lord, and who helps the kids. They are about to make it in the temple when Zuko arrives. Aang manages to get in the temple while Katara and Sokka are captured. In the temple, Aang only has a few moments to talk to Roku. He learns about a comet that is coming which will give a huge boost to the power of the Fire Lord. Aang must face and defeat the Fire Lord before the comet arrives, or the world will be in real trouble. Meanwhile, Zhao and his fleet arrive and await the Avatar's exit. To Commander Zhao's surprise, Avatar Roku exits the temple and unleashes his powers upon the fleet. The kids get away as the winter solstice ends.


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109 - The Waterbending Scroll
Production number: 1x09
Original airdate: April 29, 2005
Short description: Katara realizes her limitations as a Waterbender when she tries to teach Aang some basic moves. Her ambition gets the best of her when she steals a Waterbending scroll from a pirate boutique. The kids narrowly escape being captured. Katara justifies her stealing by saying it was for Aang, but we soon see that Katara wanted the scroll for herself. Meanwhile, Zuko arrives and teams up with the pirates. Together they make a deal to get the kids and the scroll. The kids are soon captured, but the deal goes sour. There is a huge battle between the pirates and Zuko's men. Katara and Aang work together and use their newly learned waterbending skills to get away.


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110 - Jet
Production number: 1x10
Original airdate: May 6, 2005
Short description: While traveling, the kids are ambushed by Fire soldiers and then quickly saved by a group of teenagers, The Rebels. The leader of The Rebels is a boy named Jet. Katara and Aang instantly like him, but Sokka has his doubts. Jet has been doing his part to fight the Fire Nation, and he has a master plan to save an occupied Earth Kingdom town. Katara and Aang decide to help, but Sokka learns that Jet's idea of "saving" the town is to completely destroy it, and its occupants, including the Earth Kingdom people. Sokka is taken away by The Rebels just as Katara and Aang realize what's going on. There is a fight with Jet but it is too late, his plan to destroy a dam works and the town is flooded and destroyed. However, we find out that Sokka managed to warn the people of the town, and they evacuated in time. The kids make it out just as the Fire Nation comes for Jet.


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111 - The Great Divide
Production number: 1x11
Original airdate: May 20, 2005
Short description: When Aang and his friends come to the rim of a giant canyon, they are asked to help guide two groups of refugees across. Aang quickly learns that this will be no easy task - the two tribes have been fighting for 100 years, not to mention the vicious wildlife living on the canyon floor.


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112 - The Storm
Production number: 1x12
Original airdate: June 3, 2005
Short description: A powerful storm brings up painful memories of the past - and puts everyone in jeopardy in the present.


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113 - The Blue Spirit
Production number: 1x13
Original airdate: June 17, 2005
Short description: When Sokka and Katara get too sick to travel, Aang goes out on his own to find a cure for them. But he is captured by Zhao and held prisoner inside an impenetrable fortress.


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114 - The Fortuneteller
Production number: 1x14
Original airdate: September 23, 2005
Short description: Aang, Katara and Sokka discover a village of people who are all reliant on a fortuneteller in their everyday lives - but they are so reliant that they are blind to the imminent danger they are all in.


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115 - Bato of the Water Tribe
Production number: 1x15
Original airdate: October 7, 2005
Short description: Aang feels insecure when Katara and Sokka come across something that reminds them of home. Because Aang thinks his friends might leave him, he hides an important message which only leads to trouble.


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116 - The Deserter
Production number: 1x16
Original airdate: October 21, 2005
Short description: Aang attempts to find a Firebending master to teach him while Katara learns that she possesses a special power.


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117 - The Northern Air Temple
Production number: 1x17
Original airdate: November 4, 2005
Short description: After hearing rumors about surviving Airbenders, the kids journey to the Northern Air Temple to see for themselves. What they find there could spell disaster for all enemies of the Fire Nation.


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118 - The Waterbending Master
Production number: 1x18
Original airdate: November 18, 2005
Short description: The kids reach the Northern Water Tribe, and Aang and Katara look for a Waterbending Master while Sokka falls for a princess. Meanwhile, Zhao plans an attack and Zuko must find a way to continue his quest for the Avatar.


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119 - The Siege of the North (Part I)
Production number: 1x19
Original airdate: December 2, 2005
Short description: The Northern Water Tribe braces itself for an attack by Admiral Zhao's Fire Navy fleet. In the heat of battle, Aang struggles to defend the city. He wonders if there isn't a better way to use his Avatar abilities. Zhao's invasion breaks through the outer wall of the Northern Water Tribe's defenses, and he reveals a sinister plan. Aang goes to the Spirit World for help - but will he return in time to stop Zhao and prevent the destruction of the Water Tribe?


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120 - The Siege of the North (Part II)
Production number: 1x20
Original airdate: December 2, 2005
Short description: The Northern Water Tribe braces itself for an attack by Admiral Zhao's Fire Navy fleet. In the heat of battle, Aang struggles to defend the city. He wonders if there isn't a better way to use his Avatar abilities. Zhao's invasion breaks through the outer wall of the Northern Water Tribe's defenses, and he reveals a sinister plan. Aang goes to the Spirit World for help - but will he return in time to stop Zhao and prevent the destruction of the Water Tribe?
 

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Katara

Powers: Waterbending and healing abilities
Background: A young teenage member of the Southern Water Tribe, Katara was once the only waterbender on the South Pole and had to teach herself simple waterbending techniques in the absence of a master. Two events stand out in Katara's past: the death of her mother in a Fire Nation raid and the departure two years before of her father and the other grown men of her tribe to help defend the Earth Kingdom. After these happenings, the responsibility of taking care of the village fell to Katara, her older brother Sokka, and their grandmother Kana, (Gran Gran). The absence of her parents has caused Katara to assume significantly more responsibility for herself and for her brother than she would have otherwise.

Personality: Strong in character, Katara is brave and independent, as well as naturally gifted at waterbending. A bit of an idealist, she never lost hope that the Avatar would return to save the world, even though many people had. Her early responsibility imbues her with a deep sense of justice and duty to others, personality traits that conflict on occasion with her devotion to those she loves. In addition to these fine qualities, Katara has a temper and a drive to excel. Proud and competitive, she is prompted sometimes to engage in behavior she knows isn't in her best interest, such as stealing a waterbending scroll ("The Waterbending Scroll" wink or challenging a master waterbender to a duel ("The Waterbending Master" wink .

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•Michael Dante DiMartino
•Joaquim Dos Santos
•James Eagan
•Aaron Ehasz
•Elizabeth Welch Ehasz
•Joann Estoesta
•Josh Hamilton
•Tim Hedrick
•Matthew Hubbard

•Andrew Huebner
•Bryan Konietzko
•Lauren Macmullan
•Nick Malis
•Katie Mattila
•John O'Bryan
•Justin Ridge
•Gary Scheppke
•Giancarlo Volpe
•Lisa Wahlander

•Ian Wilcox

Storyboard Artists:

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•Michael Chang
•Michael Dante DiMartino
•Joaquim Dos Santos
•Dave Filoni
•Chris Graham
•Ian Graham
•Li Hong
•Miyuki Hoshikawa
•Dean Kelly

•Jae Woo Kim
•Sang Jin Kim
•Bryan Konietzko
•Jerry Langford
•Anthony Lioi
•Lauren Macmullan
•Johane Matte
•Juan Meza-Leon
•Lauren Montgomery
•Yu Jae Myong

•Kenji Ono
•Justin Ridge
•Bobby Rubio
•Oh Seung-hyun
•Ethan Spaulding
•Giancarlo Volpe
•Tomihiro Yamaguchi

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•Michael Dante DiMartino
•Joaquim Dos Santos
•Dave Filoni
•Tim Hedrick
•Jae Woo Kim
•Anthony Lioi
•Lauren Macmullan
•Oh Seung-hyun
•Ethan Spaulding
•Giancarlo Volpe

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•Aaron Ehasz

Creator/Executive Producers:

•Michael Dante DiMartino
•Bryan Konietzko


Castings:

•Leah Buono
•Maryanne Dacey
•Lorena Gallago
•Sarah Noonan, C.S.A.
•Shannon Reed

Line Producers:

•Miken Lee Wong

Story Editors:

•Michael Dante DiMartino
•Elizabeth Welch Ehasz
•John O'Bryan

Staff Writers:

•May Chan
•James Eagan
•Aaron Ehasz
•Elizabeth Welch Ehasz
•Peter Goldfinger
•Josh Hamilton
•Tim Hedrick
•Matthew Hubbard
•John O'Bryan
•Josh Stolberg


Music and Sound Designs:

•The Track Team
•Benjamin Wynn
•Jeremy Zuckerman


Voice Directors:

•Andrea Romano

Art Directors:

•Bryan Konietzko

Nickelodeon Executivess:

•Eric Coleman
•Jenna Luttrell

Martial Arts Consultants:

•Sifu Manuel Rodriguez
•Sifu Kisu of the Harmonious Fist Chinese Athletic Assn

Cultural Consultants:

•Siu-Leung Lee, PhD
•Edwin Zane

Chinese Calligraphy and Translations:

•Siu-Leung Lee, PhD

Character Designers:

•Aaron Alexovich
•Richard Delgado
•Joaquim Dos Santos
•Dave Filoni
•Woo Sung Gu
•Li Hong
•Ryu Gi Hyun
•In Jeong
•Jae Hong Kim
•Jae Woo Kim

•Bryan Konietzko
•Jerry Langford
•Lauren Macmullan
•Angela Mueller
•Oh Seung-hyun
•Ethan Spaulding
•Giancarlo Volpe
•Young Gi Yoon

Writer's Assistants:

•Josh Hamilton
•Katie Mattila

Productions:

•Justin Charlebois
•Joann Estoesta
•Tami Friend
•Andrew Huebner
•Katie Mattila
•Heather Perkin
•Greg Rankin
•Gary Scheppke
•Jenny Shen
•Lisa Wahlander

•Lily Wang
•Sheri Wheeler

Martial Arts Coord/Videographers:

•Greg Rankin
•Lisa Wahlander

Recording Engineerings:

•Jonathan Abelardo
•Anna Adams
•Devon Bowman
•Justin Brinsfield
•Bill Devine
•EMR Editor
•Lou Esposito
•Christian Evans
•John Fishback
•Tina Hardin

•Josh Huber
•Jake Kluge
•Thomas J. Maydeck, C.A.S.
•Marc Mercado
•Chris Nelson
•Mishelle Smith
•Elliott Taylor
•Matt Verne

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•Kevin Zelch

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•Adam Arnold
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•Amaris Cavin
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•Kali Jacobs
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•Lisa Yang

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•Jeff Kettle
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Telecine Colorists:

•Dexter P

Checkers:

•Kathy Gilmore

Lip Assignments:

•George Chialias
•Kathy Gilmore
•Donald Judge
•Henry Madden

Animatic Editors:

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•Chris Graham
•Ian Graham
•Li Hong
•Miyuki Hoshikawa
•Jerry Langford
•Kenji Ono
•Justin Ridge
•Bobby Rubio
•Ethan Spaulding

•Giancarlo Volpe

Backgrounds:

•Enzo Baldi
•Jean-Paul Bondy
•Ron Brown
•Jevon Bue
•Chad Cooper
•Tom Dankiewicz
•Bismark Datuin
•Richard Delgado
•Aldina Dias
•Joaquim Dos Santos

•Bryan Evans
•Elsa Garagarza
•Hyun Cheol Jung
•Dean Kelly
•Hye-Jung Kim
•Jae Woo Kim
•Seung Min Kim
•Bryan Konietzko
•Ann Lee
•Marina Levikova

•Lauren Macmullan
•Heidi Mahoney
•Maurice Morgan
•George Nachev
•Kenji Ono
•Wesley Paguio
•Becca Ramos
•Justin Ridge
•Oh Seung-hyun
•Ethan Spaulding

•Mike Van Cleave
•Geroge Villaflor
•Giancarlo Volpe
•Will Weston

Prop Designs:

•Paul Briggs
•Aldina Dias

Character layout/cleanups:

•Aaron Alexovich
•John Aoshima
•Debbie Cone
•Heiko Drengenberg
•Brigitte Franzka-Fritz
•Dean Kelly
•Bryan Konietzko
•Chang Suk Lee
•Booh Wan Lim
•Angela Mueller

•Justin Ridge
•Jesse Romero
•Bobby Rubio
•Raymond Smyth
•Kuni Tomita
•Kang Lim Zhu

Others:

•Jim Garifi
•In Jeong
•Sang Jin Kim
•Chris Prynowski
•Oh Seung-hyun
•Slightly Off Track
•Steve Ziolkowshi

Supervising Directors:

•Oh Seung-hyun
 
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