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    Nov 18, 2014 · Metal from Earth (Based on Book 4: Balance banner for the Earth Empire, works as the perfect symbol for metal, I first did the badge in Lin's uniform but this one felt right) Combined elements / Variable sub-bending : in between the advanced symbols. Fire + Air = Combustion (based on the tattoo from both combustion benders in the series)

  5. Bending arts | Avatar Wiki | Fandom

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    Airbending is the bending art used by the Air Nomads; the flying bison were the original airbenders. It concentrates on speed and evasion, forgoing a strong offense for a greater defense. Though apparently lacking fatal finishing moves, it is the most dynamic of all the bending arts. As the element of freedom, airbenders use their capability to bend unencumbered by the ground or any other environmental factors and use their own momentum as a weapon, evading attacks with astounding agility to...

    Waterbending is practiced by some people of the Water Tribe. A versatile element, it is unique in the sense that the original bender of the element wasn't an animal, but rather the Moon. Similar to their element, waterbenders are extremely adaptable and versatile. Waterbending concentrates on the flow of energy, focusing less on strength and more on turning the opponent's own energy against them. While a bender's victory in battle depends on their skill or ingenuity, waterbenders gain a serio...

    Earthbending originates in the Earth Kingdom and the first earthbenders were badgermoles. It demands a special connection with the earth that is achievable with neutral jing, listening, though seemingly doing nothing and waiting for the right moment to strike. Like waterbenders, earthbenders gain an advantage or disadvantage in battle based on the amount of earth around them, though the conditions aren't as extreme. Because of their element's stability and its stress on neutral jing, earthben...

    Firebending is used by the people of the Fire Nation and is the most aggressive bending art. Dragons were the first firebenders; they subsequently taught the Sun Warriors. For a long time, disciplines of firebending were taught to be fueled by hatred, as opposed to the original source. As the element of power, firebenders have to be able to maintain a constant source of energy and balance in battle, unleashing a volley of direct, successive attacks. Unlike other benders who depend on external...

    Energybending is the art of bending the energy within one's body. It existed in the era of Raava and the four bending arts, though was considered lost. Few Avatars have learned this bending art, and even fewer have used it. It is a highly dangerous technique; if one's own energy is impure and therefore bendable, the practitioner will be consequently destroyed. Energybending allows the user to remove other people's bending abilities; restore them after a bender had their abilities blocked by b...

    During the era of Raava, people could request a lion turtle to grant them control over an element. As the protectors of mankind, the lion turtles bestowed the ability upon those who planned on traveling through the Spirit Wilds. However, upon their return, they were supposed to return this power to the creature. After Wan became the Avatar by fusing with Raava and closed off the spirit portals at the North and South Poles, the lion turtles declared their roles as protectors of mankind over an...

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  8. Airbending | Avatar Wiki | Fandom

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    During the era of Raava, the power of air was temporarily bestowed on the inhabitants who lived on a giant lion turtle while they left the village to stock up on food. After permanently leaving the care of the lion turtle, the former inhabitants eventually learned airbending from the flying bison, a sacred creature in the Air Nomad culture. The bison typically use their massive beaver-like tail to create gusts of wind and, as the name suggests, can fly without any visible means of propulsion. It is also said that the airbenders borrowed the arrow mark from the flying bison for the design of their traditional tattoos. These markings symbolize one's mastery of the airbending art and are given to a practitioner once their training is complete. Unlike other nations, all Air Nomads were born as airbenders due to the culture's strong ties to spirituality.

    Air ball: An airbender can create a compressed ball of air by moving their hands together in a circular motion. This technique has many applications such as levitating small objects or trapping opponents. Ikki demonstrated this technique while playing with flying bison calves, giving them something to chase.Air balls can also be used in a more offensive manner; propelled forward similar to a cannonball, they can knock an opponent backward and off-balance. Air blast: A more offensive maneuver involving a direct pulse or jet of compressed air shot from the hands, feet, or mouth. The force of the attack is generated more from the bender's own power rather than assisted by momentum. The blast can reach further distances with greater accuracy and is used to inflict greater damage. Aang once used this technique to completely shatter one of the Fire Navy's projectile rocks in mid-air with a single powerful kick. He was also able to use two air blasts at once to defend against Combustion Ma...

    Airbender principles regarding fatal moves: Though deemed the most dynamic of the bending arts, the most controversial aspect of airbending is its supposed lack of fatal moves, being a more defense-inclined art. This aspect in itself is a reflection of the principles held by the Air Nomads, which preaches the preciousness of all life and avoidance of violence whenever possible and who were, apart from the Avatar and prior to Harmonic Convergence, the only people to possess the ability. This does not mean that airbending is non-lethal, as there have been instances where an airbender has resorted to brute and even lethal force during a conflict; for example, Monk Gyatso took down several Fire Nation soldiers during their attack on the Southern Air Temple before succumbing himself; Avatar Yangchen confessed to deeds that were in direct violation of her Air Nomad teachings, albeit for what she saw as the greater good; and Zaheer, who did not follow the pacifistic ways of the Air Nomads,...

    The symbol of airbending is a closed, counter-clockwise, inverted triple spiral triskele. This symbol was engraved on the pendant of both Monk Gyatso'sand Aang's prayer beads.

    Historically, young airbenders were raised in one of the four air temples at each corner of the globe. Hidden away atop mountain ranges on remote islands, the strong breezes in these areas helped with their airbending training. The Northern and Southern Air Temples were exclusively male and staffed by airbender monks, who instructed young benders in their art, while the Eastern and Western Air Temples were exclusively female. However, the Council of Elders had decided that Aang would finish his training at the Eastern Air Temple,and it was at the same temple where he and several other young boys were first introduced to their animal companions, the flying bison. An airbender is declared a master once he or she has fully mastered the thirty-six tiers of airbending and/or when he or she creates a new airbending technique;Aang was an exception to the rule, as he had mastered only thirty-five tiers, but his creation of the air scooter technique fulfilled the requirements for mastery. Ai...

    After the Harmonic Convergence of 171 AG, numerous nonbenders across the world suddenly discovered they had airbending abilities. Korra, Tenzin, and the rest of Team Avatarset out to find these people and convince them to train with Tenzin at the Northern Air Temple and help restore the Air Nation. Their quest proved to be largely unsuccessful as nobody wished to give up their existing lives, save for a young boy named Kai. In Ba Sing Se, the Dai Li had been kidnapping the new airbenders and trained them underneath the Earth Queen's Temple to form Earth Queen Hou-Ting's first airbending regiment. After Team Avatar discovered this practice, they freed all the captives, after which the new airbenders all agreed to go to the Northern Air Temple to learn the way of the Air Nomads.Initially, progress was slow as Tenzin struggled to motivate them with his teachings, though after they all banded together to rescue flying bison calves from bison rustlers, Tenzin and the new airbenders found...

    In the film, airbending was portrayed much like it was in the cartoons. Its implementation also required sweeping, circular movements from Aang in order to create variable airbending techniques. He was also seen using rapid movements and kicks when creating the mini-tornado in front of the Northern Water Tribe council. Aang was a master of airbending, indicated by his tattoos. He was able to create an invisible wall of air in front or around him with one gesture, enough to repel two Fire Nation soldiers. He was able to jostle a Fire Nation soldier around without hitting the innocent bystander the soldier was holding hostage. He was also able to throw several Fire Nation soldiers into the air while Water Tribe Warriors standing in front of them were unaffected. He also used airbending to augment his agility, as seen when he escaped from Zuko's shipnear the beginning of the film, as well as for attacking in the Northern Air Temple. He could create a wind strong enough and wide enough...

    Airbending is based on the Baguazhang style of martial arts, also known as "circle walking" or "Eight Trigram Palm", along with a small hint of Xingyiquan, also known as "mind heart boxing". Baguazhang involves "smooth coiling and uncoiling actions". Such moves employ dynamic footwork, throws, and hand techniques.These martial arts feature swift, evasive maneuvers that evoke the intangibility and explosive power of wind; drawing energy from the center of the abdomen. Ba Gua, which utilizes circle walking of the Eight Trigrams, is known for its constant circular movement, which makes it difficult for opponents to attack directly or land a blow, a philosophy that is prevalent within airbending as well. Maneuvers employ the entire body with smooth coiling and uncoiling movements, utilizing dynamic footwork, open-hand techniques, punches, and throws. A common tactic is to maneuver behind an opponent and mirror their movements, preventing them from turning to face the practitioner, simil...

    † indicates deceased during the series or book they are listed under.
    ↓ indicates an airbender who has received his or her mastery tattoos.
    Findicates an airbender who is able to fly.
    Sindicates an airbender who is able to project his or her spirit.
    Hindicates an airbender who gained their abilities after Harmonic Convergence.
    Avatar Extras for "The Northern Air Temple" stated that all Air Nomads are airbenders. This would make the Nomads the only group with every individual being a bender. The creators also explain this...
    According to Aang's wanted poster, the Chinese word for airbending is 截氣神功, meaning "the divine art of halting air".
    In the Greek dub, the word airbending has been translated as windbending, Ανεμοδάμασμα (Anemodamasma), instead of the pure Greek translation of airbending, Αεροδάμασμα (Aerodamasma). In The Legend...
    The concept of having thirty-six tiers of airbending and Aang not mastering one is similar to The 36th Chamber of Shaolin.
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