Ok so like in the avatar world you would think that waterbenders would be the fire fighters right? Like a bunch a of waterbenders just getting water from a lake or a river and dousing the fire. But you know what’s better? Firebender fire fighters. Just like someone’s house catches on fire and firebenders just… turn it off,,.. Just like no, the fire is done for today


Zuko’s breath of fire in Book 1 v Book 3. I think it’s fair to say that in Book 1, he still hadn’t quite mastered proper breath control but, by Book 3, he has completely mastered it.

Notice how in Book 3 Zuko takes very deep and controlled breaths designed to take in more oxygen while in Book 1 his breaths are very short and quick. Also notice the color of Zuko’s fire. In Book 1, Zuko’s breath of fire is red, meaning that he’s feeding less oxygen into his flame, making the fire somewhat cool. In Book 3, his flame is yellow, meaning that he’s able to feed more oxygen into his fire, which consequently makes his fire hotter.

Now, you can argue that this discrepancy has to do with the fact that in Book 1, Zuko was in the tundra. HOWEVER, in “The Boiling Rock,” Zuko was being kept in the Cooler, which was supposed to prevent firebending. Not to mention that when Chit Sang was in the Cooler before Zuko, we saw him shivering and evidently being very cold. Zuko, on the other hand…

- Firebenders with burns on their hands and feet from their own flames

- Waterbenders shaking because they are surrounded by water, there is just so much of it.

- Earthbenders constantly covered in dust and not fully getting it when people comment on it, because its dirt, its clean to them.

- Airbenders wishing that their culture hadnt been lost for 100 years.

- Firebenders crying when they learn all the bad things that had been done for 100 years.

- Waterbenders who cant heal for rubbish, who move in jerky motions and get the same results as the other benders.

- Earthbenders getting horribly sick from most forms of travel because they cant feel the earth under their feet.

- Airbenders who spend so much time in the air they feel more natural in the air then on the ground


Haikyuu x Avatar: The Last Airbender Crossover

  1. Hinata is a novice earth bender trying to make a living out of doing odd jobs utilizing his endless amounts of energy and swiftness. He shows promise in the art of earth bending and can easily use his agility to overwhelm his opponents despite not being able to bends large volumes of the earth. He belongs to the middle class, and is later on recruited by Daichi to join the Earth kingdom’s defense force because of his unique ability.
    Hinata once damaged his legs while trying to force too much energy into them to bend the earth.
  2. Part of the Royal Family guards, Kageyama excels mostly in his fire bending and two-sword style martial art which he had learned to imitate and improve from both Prince Zuko and his past idol, Oikawa Tooru.
    Kageyama is rumored to be a prodigy seeing as he is one of the youngest ever to have attained a status as a Royal Guard, and is expected to perform well in the joint military campaign, where he meets the Earth Kingdom’s Hinata Shouyou, and sparks a rivalry between them due to the great contrast in fighting styles: Hinata is fast, yet his attacks are light; whereas Kageyama is slow, precise, and his attacks are deal a heavy blow.
  3. Specially gifted in the art of healing, Sugawara was appointed as one of the representatives of the Southern Water Tribe for being versatile in both combat and support. During the joint military campaign of the 4 nations, Sugawara took notice of Hinata’s rather unique way of fighting and also became acquainted with both Sawamura and Azumane in one of the leader’s meetings.
    Preferring to talk his way out of most conflicts, Sugawara is often seen as the peacemaker among his cohorts. However, if provoked, Sugawara shows deadly accuracy when shooting out jets of water or icicles from his flask.
    He has shown an interest in blood bending and is currently studying about it in his past time.
  4. Fast and furious, Nishinoya strikes fear into the hearts of his enemies despite his small stature with his unique lightning affinity. One of the select few fire benders able to manipulate lightning, Nishinoya was granted a position in the military at a young age, and later moved up to being one of the royal guards. He currently mentors Kageyama in the way of the sword.   
    During the joint military campaign. Nishinoya became friends and rivals with Earth Kingdom’s Tanaka Ryuunosuke after falling for the same girl. Both of them later on continued staying in touch even after the joint program. 
  5. Half-bloods are frowned upon with the tensions between the 4 nations rising. Born from a fire bender mom and an earth bender dad, Tsukishima is able to bend both elements at will, but chooses not to. Despite being looked down upon most of the time, Tsukishima gets by using his two elements to his advantage instead and is later scouted by the military as a valuable asset into the mending of the friendship between the Fire nation and the Earth kingdom.   
    He lives with his mother in the Fire nation, while his older brother lives with his father in the Earth Kingdom. They are known to frequently travel to both kingdoms during vacations. 
  6. Despite being one of the last few airbenders, Yamaguchi can not bend the element and is often subject to negativity. Moving to the Fire nation with hopes of earning a living, Yamaguchi was one swindled of his money and was later saved by a passing by Tsukishima. Witnessing for the first time, someone wielding two elements as opposed to his not being able to ignited a fire within Yamaguchi to strive and better himself in the most unconventional of ways .  
    He later developed different techniques for fighting, and also learned to bend air, despite only being able to generate a slight breeze. He also met up with Tsukishima a few years later, and decided to work under him as a bodyguard as a way of showing his gratitude. 

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