3 definitions by kiety

Son of Firelord Ozai and Ursa, Prince Zuko was banished from the Fire Nation for speaking out of turn in the royal warroom. For this he was forced into an Agni Kai with his father, who gave him a huge scar on the left side of his face as a reminder of his "shame". He was then banished with his wise uncle Iroh and would not be allowed home until he caught the Avatar, and thus return his honour.
In season 2 Zuko and Iroh become fugitives. Whilst Iroh just wants to start a new peaceful life, Zuko still yoyos between good and bad. A new persona is borne of this inner conflict - the Blue Spirit.
When it finally seems Zuko has changed for the better he throws it all away to return to the Fire Nation with his evil sister Azula and claim his throne once again.
Season 3 sees Zuko still struggling between good and evil. Although he now has his throne back, he feels guilt and anger because it was through his fault that his uncle was thrown in prison. He eventually confronts his evil father and says that he is leaving to help the Avatar learn firebending. Ozai shoots lightening at his son, but through a lesson Iroh had taught him Zuko was able to redirect it. He escapes and follows Team Avatar to the Western Air Temple, where he offers to help teach Aang. Despite being ultimately rejected and attacked after his first attempt, the team eventually allows him to join, mostly thanks to Toph's support of him. However Katara doesn't trust him at all and at the end of "The Western Air Temple" gives Zuko a serious warning not to step out of line, or she will make sure his destiny ends permanently.
"Hello, Zuko here. But I guess you probably already know me..sort of.. Uh..so..the thing is, I have alot of firebending experience, and I'm considered to be pretty good at it. Well you've seen me..you know, when I was attacking you?..Uh, yeah I guess I should apologize for that.. But anyway, I'm good now. I mean I thought I was good before but now I realize I was bad but anyway... I think it's time I joined your group and taught the avatar firebending." - Zuko (practise speech)

Katara: It could be Zuko. We haven't seen him since the North Pole.
Toph: Who's Zuko?
Sokka: Oh, just some angry freak with a ponytail who's tracked us all over the world.
by kiety December 17, 2007
Toph, aka The Blind Bandit, is the earthbender who joins Team Avatar in season 2 of the Nickelodeon cartoon "Avatar: The Last Airbender" to teach Avatar Aang earthbending. Despite being raised as a fragile little rich girl, she actually has a big straight-to-the-point attitude, is very opinionated and occasionally a little selfish. At the end of season 2 she discovers she can also metalbend and may well be the only metalbender in the world. She fights a bit with the rest of the gang (particularly Katara). Toph's blindness is overcome by her earthbending, as she can see even the tiniest object by sensing the vibrations it sends through the ground. She can even feel heartbeats which makes her a human lie detector. Toph was the only one to stand up for Zuko when he wanted to join the team to teach Aang firebending because she could tell he was being sincere is his offer to help.
In a sense she can see more than her visually sound teammates.
Toph is easily the most talented earthbender in the world.
by kiety December 17, 2007
Son of Firelord Ozai and Ursa, Prince Zuko was banished from the Fire Nation for speaking out of turn in the royal warroom. For this he was forced into an Agni Kai with his father, who gave him a huge scar on the left side of his face as a reminder of his "shame". He was then banished with his wise uncle Iroh and would not be allowed home until he caught the Avatar, and thus return his honour.
In season 2 Zuko and Iroh become fugitives. Whilst Iroh just wants to start a new peaceful life, Zuko still yoyos between good and bad. A new persona is borne of this inner conflict - the Blue Spirit.
When it finally seems Zuko has changed for the better he throws it all away to return to the Fire Nation with his evil sister Azula and claim his throne once again.
Season 3 sees Zuko still struggling between good and evil. Although he now has his throne back, he feels guilt and anger because it was through his fault that his uncle was thrown in prison. He eventually confronts his evil father and says that he is leaving to help the Avatar learn firebending. Ozai shoots lightening at his son, but through a lesson Iroh had taught him Zuko was able to redirect it. He escapes and follows Team Avatar to the Western Air Temple, where he offers to help teach Aang. Despite being ultimately rejected and attacked after his first attempt, the team eventually allows him to join, mostly thanks to Toph's support of him. However Katara doesn't trust him at all and at the end of "The Western Air Temple" gives Zuko a serious warning not to step out of line, or she will make sure his destiny ends permanently.
"Hello, Zuko here. But I guess you probably already know me..sort of.. Uh..so..the thing is, I have alot of firebending experience, and I'm considered to be pretty good at it. Well you've seen me..you know, when I was attacking you?..Uh, yeah I guess I should apologize for that.. But anyway, I'm good now. I mean I thought I was good before but now I realize I was bad but anyway... I think it's time I joined your group and taught the avatar firebending." - Zuko (practise speech)

Katara: It could be Zuko. We haven't seen him since the North Pole.
Toph: Who's Zuko?
Sokka: Oh, just some angry freak with a ponytail who's tracked us all over the world.
by Kiety January 02, 2008

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