|Avatar: The Last Airbender|
|"The Northern Air Temple"|
|Season 1, Episode 17|
|Airdate:||November 4, 2005|
|Written by:||Elizabeth Welch Ehasz|
|Directed by:||Dave Filoni|
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A storyteller tells the gang of people who travel in the air. According to the story, these people reside at the Northern Air Temple. The group decides to check it out, but are disappointed to just see normal people gliding. Aang is saddened that the Northern Air Temple has changed so dramatically since the time when he visited over 100 years ago, as its current residents have remodeled it extensively. Teo, a young paraplegic, convinces Aang to open the one remaining area of the temple left untouched. Aang is shocked to see the room stored with dozens of inventions with Fire Nation insignias on them. The Mechanist, Teo's father, confesses to aiding the Fire Nation with building weapons. When the Fire Nation comes to collect their latest invention, Aang tells them to leave. The Fire Nation proceeds to launch an attack against the temple, but Aang and the villagers manage to successfully defend against the attack. The Fire Nation, however, does manage to recover the invention, a war balloon.
Home video releases
- Avatar: The Last Airbender - Book 1: Water - Volume 5
- Avatar: The Last Airbender - The Complete Book 1: Water Collection
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