In a lost age, the world is divided into four nations: the Water Tribes, the Earth Kingdom, the Fire Nation, and the Air Nomads. Within each nation, there is a remarkable order of men and women called the "benders" who can learn to harness their inborn talent and manipulate their native element.
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Series Fun Facts
- During the opening credits, five silhouetted figures are shown demonstrating various bending styles. All five are identifiable as characters from the show: the Waterbender is Master Pakku of…
[show]During the opening credits, five silhouetted figures are shown demonstrating various bending styles. All five are identifiable as characters from the show: the Waterbender is Master Pakku of the northern water tribe, the Earthbender is Sud, Roku's earthbending teacher, he is also the early prototype of Toph but then scrapped, the Firebender is Princess Azula, the Airbender is Aang, and the Avatar who demonstrates all four bending arts is Roku - the Avatar before Aang. Although all five have been present in the opening credits since the first episode, they actually make their first appearances in episodes 18, 46, 12, 1, and 7 respectively (although a statue of Roku is shown in episode 3 as well).
- The Fire Bender movements are designed after Northern Shaolin Kung Fu.
- The "Cabbage Man" was not originally meant to be a recurring character, but due to the fans response and the writers finding it so comedic, the Cabbage Man became a running gag throughout the series.