Sokka, voiced by Jack DeSena, was the sole non-bender among the show's main cast and demonstrated the ability of intelligence to overcome raw power. The other four viewings were purely for entertainment because it was that good. Will Aang and the others be able to make it through the Serpent's Pass and ultimately to Ba Sing Se? However, with encouragement from his uncle, Zuko decides to free the sky-bison and give up the Blue Spirit alter-ego forever. After Zuko is taken down protecting Katara from Azula, Katara fights and manages to restrain Azula. Disguised as guards, they search the prison, until one of them is revealed.
Meanwhile, Aang tells Katara how he feels about her, but the response is ambiguous. The move functions as some sort of message to his opponent, who then helps protect Iroh and Zuko from a Fire Nation search. In the United Kingdom, only the season boxset was released without being released in four volumes first. Appa is forced to flee at Suki's urging, lest he be hurt in the ensuing battle between Azula's forces and the Kyoshi Warriors. Meanwhile, Zuko and Iroh, assuming identities as Earth Kingdom refugees, are also on their way to start a new life in the Earth Kingdom capital, and encounter Jet and some of the Freedom Fighters, with whom Zuko starts to bond. Elsewhere, Aang and others face off against a new adversary. Both groups find their tasks harder than they expected.
There they find Toph, a small blind girl who holds the championship belt. Aang receives guidance from Guru Pathik at the Eastern Air Temple, Sokka is reunited with his father, Katara begins to help the Council of Five plan the invasion, and Zuko and Iroh begin to settle into the new lives of owning a tea shop. The others escape from the library but are devastated by the loss of Appa. With time running out, Sokka needs to decide if he should cut his losses and leave, or try to finish what he started. Toph's parents, believing Aang has kidnapped her, promise Xin Fu and Master Yu a chest of gold if they bring her back. Along the way, he confronts Princess Azula, treacherous daughter of Firelord Ozai and sister to Prince Zuko. But General Fong, inspired by Aang's 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.
In this season, and his friends and are on a quest to find an Earthbending teacher which finishes when they recruit. And who are the strange benders who are trying to kidnap Appa? Meanwhile, in the Fire Nation Ozai and Azula prepare for the final battle and Ozai crowns himself as The Phoenix King, the ultimate ruler of the world. Meanwhile, Aang tries to draw their pursuers away and finally faces off against Azula. By fortune, Suki and the Kyoshi warriors come across Appa and help him recover from his injuries, but the warriors are attacked when they encounter Azula and her team, still not far outside Ba Sing Se and attempting to infiltrate it. Archived from on 4 November 2008.
Meanwhile he bonds with a girl from his class, making Katara a bit jealous. Can Aang solve the mystery of this cryptic spirit and help the town from the Fire Nation? Eleswhere, Zuko struggles with a similar dilemma as Iroh tries to teach him lightning-bending, an advanced form of firebending; Zuko's anger keeps him from having the cold precision lightning bending requires, and he is accutely aware it is a skill both his father and sister have mastered. When Katara finally decides to participate in this scam to disprove Toph's accusations, the gang is left vulnerable and are forced to face dire consequences. Will everyone be able to escape the library in time? Aang decides to seek out the spirit for her help, but she may be more familiar then he thought. The show's first two seasons each consisted of 20 episodes, while the third season had 21.
Aang manages to rescue Bumi after a fight with Azula, but Bumi allows himself to be recaptured, saying that the proper time for his escape has not arrived and that he will wait out his capture a little longer so as to catch the Fire Nation unawares at the most beneficial moment. Aang struggles with the fact that the world thinks he is dead and his own desire to face the Fire Lord before he is ready. Archived from on November 4, 2008. Will the group learn to become friends and trust each other? Everyone acts weird whenever the war is mentioned. There they meet Toph aka the Blind Bandit , a blind, but powerful earthbending girl.
They find out that there is a play about them and all their past adventures, and decide to atttend. Iroh then teaches Zuko the art of redirecting lightning, a firebending technique he created himself by studying waterbenders. Launching into an offensive, Iroh delays Azula, Zuko, and the Dai Li long enough to allow Katara to escape along with the gravely injured Aang, and then surrenders, being taken prisoner as a traitor to the Fire Nation. The season was created and produced by and , and starred , , , Jessie Flower, , , and as the main character voices. Archived from on September 13, 2012.
Benders used martial arts mixed with mystical powers to control one of the four classical elements: Fire, Earth, Air and Water. Episode list for an animated series is an animated television series created by and. Archived from on May 9, 2009. Zuko reveals Ozai's special plans for his victory over the Earth Kingdom. His friends, joined by momentarily by and his uncle, arrive to take Azula down together, but she injures and utilizes the ensuing chaos to escape. The villagers blame Avatar Kyoshi, one of Aang's previous incarnations in the avatar cycle of reincarnation, for killing their leader, Chin the Great.