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The Last Airbender Season 1

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  • Netflix’s live-action
    Avatar: The Last Airbender
    should include the original series’ best side characters, like the Kyoshi Warriors, King Bumi, and Haru.
  • The Kyoshi Warriors, a group of non-bending warriors, would be great allies to team Avatar in the live-action remake.
  • King Bumi, a powerful earthbender and member of the Order of the White Lotus, and Haru, an earthbender from a Fire Nation-occupied village, would also be exciting characters to see come to life in the remake.

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While Netflix’s live-action remake of Avatar: The Last Airbender looks like it’s going to be a worthy adaptation, the show still needs to include the original series’ best side characters in season 1. Avatar: The Last Airbender is one of the most successful animated series ever, and Netflix has elected to remake the show in a live-action format, giving the failed 2010 movie adaptation a chance at redemption. Avatar: The Last Airbender has a rich world full of colorful characters, and there are plenty of promising things about Netflix’s remake of the show to look forward to.

One of the most exciting aspects of Avatar: The Last Airbender in live-action is getting the chance to see the show’s wealth of fantastic side characters come to life. Avatar: The Last Airbender excels at crafting strong characters, and this is evident in many of the minor roles as much as it is in the main cast. With everything known about Netflix’s live-action Avatar: The Last Airbenderin mind, the first season of the show should be able to integrate the original show’s most memorable side characters.

9 The Kyoshi Warriors

Introduced in Avatar: The Last Airbender Season 1, Episode 4: “The Warriors Of Kyoshi”

The Kyoshi Warriors are some of the best characters in the animated Avatar: The Last Airbender series, and they should be even better in live-action. The Kyoshi Warriors are a group of female non-bending warriors who are highly skilled in hand-to-hand combat. Their leader, Suki, develops a relationship with Sokka, which should be another fun aspect of Netflix’s Avatar: The Last Airbender season 1. The Kyoshi Warriors become staunch allies to team Avatar, and they stick around for the entire show, popping up sporadically in every season, so they should be a great addition to the Avatar: The Last Airbender cast.

8 King Bumi Of Omashu

Introduced in Avatar: The Last Airbender Season 1, Episode 5: “The King Of Omashu”

King Bumi looking wild in Avatar: The Last Airbender

King Bumi is another character who would be fun to see in live-action. He is the wonky King of Omashu and an old friend of Aang’s from before his time in the iceberg. Aang, Katara, and Sokka seek Bumi out early in season 1 of Avatar: The Last Airbender, hoping he will be able to teach Aang earthbending. He is one of the goofiest characters in the animated show, but Bumi is also an incredibly powerful bender and a member of the secret organization known as the Order of the White Lotus. Seeing a live-action Bumi would easily be one of the most exciting things about Avatar: The Last Airbender.

7 Haru Of The Earth Kingdom

Introduced in Avatar: The Last Airbender Season 1, Episode 6: “Imprisoned”

Haru earthbending in Avatar: The Last Airbender.

Haru is an earthbender from a small village in the southern Earth Kingdom, and he becomes an ally to Aang and the crew after they help him free his father and the other villagers from a Fire Nation prison camp. Haru’s village is occupied by the Fire Nation in Avatar: The Last Airbender, and they are forced into suppressing their earthbending or risk being thrown in prison. Haru is a memorable character despite only appearing in a handful of episodes, and it would be a pleasure to see his character come to life in Netflix’s Avatar: The Last Airbender remake.

6 Jet & The Freedom Fighters

Introduced in Avatar: The Last Airbender Season 1, Episode 10: “Jet”

Jet is the leader of a gang of bandits that opposes the Fire Nation called the Freedom Fighters. Jet and the Freedom Fighters are recurring characters in Avatar: The Last Airbender, and they play parts in both Zuko and team Avatar’s journeys. The other notable members of the Freedom Fighters are Longshot, Pipsqueak, The Duke, and Smellerbee. Katara has a brief crush on Jet in Avatar: The Last Airbender, which makes Aang extremely jealous. They are complex characters, especially Jet, and it would be interesting to see how they translate to live-action.

5 Monk Gyatso

Introduced in Avatar: The Last Airbender Season 1, Episode 3: “The Southern Air Temple”

Monk Gyatso in Avatar: The Last Airbender

Monk Gyatso was Aang’s mentor at the Southern Air Temple before the genocide of the Air Nomads, and he appears through Aang’s flashbacks in several episodes. Gyatso was said to be the best airbender alive when the Fire Nation attacked, and he was a father figure to Aang. He is a kind and fun-loving character who taught Aang everything he knows about airbending and the history of his people. Though Monk Gyatso’s live-action appearance could prove a heartbreaking moment, he is a lovable character and the remake needs to be careful to get him right.

4 Bato Of The Water Tribe

Introduced in Avatar: The Last Airbender Season 1, Episode 15: “Bato Of The Water Tribe”

Bato in Avatar: The Last Airbender.

Bato of the Water Tribe is a friend of Sokka and Katara’s father, Hakoda, and he serves as a mentor to them in Hakoda’s stead. Aang, Sokka, and Katara encounter Bato during their travels, learning that he was separated from their father and the other warriors after being seriously injured fighting the Fire Nation. He is a loving character who cares deeply for his people and helps Katara and Sokka in every way he can. He also gives them an update on their father’s well-being and helps them feel connected to Hakoda in his absence.

3 Jeong Jeong The Deserter

Introduced in Avatar: The Last Airbender Season 1, Episode 16: “The Deserter”

Jeong Jeong in Avatar: The Last Airbender.

Jeong Jeong is a deserter from the Fire Nation army and Aang’s first firebending teacher. However, Aang’s training with Jeong Jeong does not last long because Aang ends up accidentally burning Katara and thereafter refuses to firebend. Jeong Jeong is also a member of the Order of the White Lotus, and he reappears in Avatar: The Last Airbender season 3 to help in the battle against the Fire Nation. He is a wise but stern man, and he is one of the most powerful firebenders in the world.

2 Teo & The Mechanist

Introduced in Avatar: The Last Airbender Season 1, Episode 17: “The Northern Air Temple”

While traveling to the Northern Air Temple, Aang and his friends meet a boy named Teo and his father, the mechanist. Teo and the mechanist are Earth Kingdom refugees who find a safe haven in the old air temple. The mechanist is a talented engineer who designs all sorts of flying contraptions for Teo and the rest of their people to use. While Aang is initially upset with them for tarnishing the Northern Air Temple, they end up becoming fast friends. Teo and the mechanist’s flying devices would be a joy to see in live-action.

1 Master Pakku Of The Northern Water Tribe

Introduced in Avatar: The Last Airbender Season 1, Episode 18: “The Waterbending Master”

Katara kicking her foot while fighting Pakku in Avatar The Last Airbender season 1

Master Pakku is Aang and Katara’s waterbending teacher at the North Pole, and though he initially refuses to teach Katara because she is a girl, he gives in after she proves her worth in a duel. Pakku is a great character, and his conflict with Katara would be one of the highlights of Netflix’s Avatar: The Last Airbender season 1. Pakku is one of the greatest waterbenders alive, and he is also a member of the Order of the White Lotus. After training Aang and Katara, he participates in the liberation of Ba Sing Se, so he could appear multiple times in Netflix’s live-action remake of Avatar: The Last Airbender.

  • Avatar The Last Airbender Show Poster

    Avatar: The Last Airbender

    Release Date:
    2005-02-21

    Cast:
    Mako, Dee Bradley Baker, Jack De Sena, Michaela Jill Murphy, Zach Tyler, Dante Basco, Mae Whitman

    Genres:
    Animation, Adventure, Action

    Seasons:
    3

    Season List:
    Avatar: The Last Airbender – Season 1, Avatar: The Last Airbender – Season 2, Avatar: The Last Airbender – Season 3

    Summary:
    In a war-torn world of elemental magic, a young boy reawakens to undertake a dangerous mystic quest to fulfill his destiny as the Avatar, and bring peace to the world.

    Story By:
    michael dante dimartino

    Writers:
    Michael Dante DiMartino

    Streaming Service(s):
    Netflix

    Franchise(s):
    Avatar

    Directors:
    Dave Filoni

    Showrunner:
    Michael Dante DiMartino

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