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Sozin's Comet: The Final Battle - Plot - Part 1: "The Phoenix King"
... Aang explains he plans to challenge Fire Lord Ozai only after Sozin's Comet and its enhancement of Firebending have come and gone, due to his own self-perceived ... Meanwhile, Fire Lord Ozai proclaims himself to be ruler of the world, under the title "Phoenix King", and declares Azula to be the new Fire Lord, setting off to ...
Agni Kai - Characters
... With her older brother Sokka, she accompanies Aang on his quest to defeat the Fire Lord and, eventually, becomes his Waterbending master ... younger sister Katara, he accompanies Aang on his quest to defeat the Fire Lord ... Firebender, exiled prince of the Fire Nation, original antagonist of the first season, an anti-villain in the second season, and a protagonist in third season ...
List Of Avatar: The Last Airbender Characters - Major Recurring Characters
... Fire Lord Ozai (Mark Hamill in the animated series, and Cliff Curtis in the live-action film) ruler of the Fire Nation, is the father of Zuko and Azula, younger brother of Iroh ... and appoints Azula to watch over the Fire Nation alone but is defeated by Aang ... Aasif Mandvi in the live-action film) is a hot-tempered Fire Nation admiral in pursuit of the Avatar and is Zuko's principal rival throughout the first season ...
The Last Airbender - Plot
... One hundred years have passed since the Fire Nation has declared war on the other three nations of Water, Earth, and Air in their attempt to conquer ... Zuko (Dev Patel), is an exiled prince of the Fire Nation on a quest to find the Avatar and bring him as prisoner to his father, Fire Lord Ozai (Cliff Curtis ... Seeing the light that appeared from Aang's release, Zuko and some Fire Nation soldiers arrive at the Southern Water Tribe to demand the villagers hand over the Avatar ...

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