Fire Nation

Some articles on fire nation, nation, fire, nations:

List Of Potawatomi Ethnonyms - Exonyms - Fire Nation
... Fire Nation – Schoolcraft, ibid ... Nation du Feu – Jesuit Relations 1641, 72, 1858 ... Nation of Fire – Jefferys, French Doms ...
Agni Kai - Characters
... 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 ... Basco) is the sixteen-year-old Firebender, exiled prince of the Fire Nation, original antagonist of the first season, an anti-villain in the second season, and a ...
Avatar: The Last Airbender Episodes
... takes its name from one of the elements that Aang, the protagonist, must master Water, Earth, and Fire ... or "bend", the four elements Air, Water, Earth, and Fire ... Along with the four elements, there are four nations that correspond with each element ...
Avatar: The Last Airbender (season 2) - Episodes
... battle-determining actions during the Siege of the North, suggests that Aang defeat the Fire Lord and end the war immediately by triggering the Avatar State ... uncle are visited by his sister, Azula, who has come bearing a message from the Fire Lord, requesting their return home ... forced to become outcasts, realizing that they are to become fugitives of the Fire Nation after Iroh's treacherous saving of the Moon Spirit at the North Pole, and ...
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 ... ruler of the world, 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 ...

Famous quotes containing the words nation and/or fire:

    I never saw, heard, nor read, that the clergy were beloved in any nation where Christianity was the religion of the country. Nothing can render them popular, but some degree of persecution.
    Jonathan Swift (1667–1745)

    The most stringent protection of free speech would not protect a man in falsely shouting fire in a theater and causing a panic.
    Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr. (1841–1935)