DiMartino, Michael Dante, Konietzko, Bryan (writers) & Volpe, Giancarlo (director). Episode 21. "Lightning is a pure expression of firebending without aggression. Ehasz, Elizabeth Welch (writer) & Volpe, Giancarlo (director). Azula appears as an antagonist in the video games Avatar: The Last Airbender – The Burning Earth and Avatar: The Last Airbender – Into the Inferno again voiced by Grey DeLisle.  She was initially intended to have an arranged marriage during the third season. This feature is not available right now.
She starts to become paranoid believing that anybody could be plotting against her. , Azula is voiced by Grey DeLisle. Gender Firebending From older Avatar: The Last Airbender official site, originally on Nick.com. "The Boiling Rock, Part 2".
 The drastic combination of antisocial, narcissistic and Machiavellian traits suggest that Azula appears to suffer from a dark triad personality. No longer updated. Azula in the games This is shown when she learns of a secret plot to invade the Fire Nation while in disguise, but does not react to not blow her cover. , When Azula visits Ozai in his prison, they are watched by Zuko before she asks him to leave when their father remains silent in her presence. Although she seems to care about her friends, she frequently manipulates them, as seen when she threatens Ty Lee into leaving the circus in Book 2. His hair isn't in a bun, while Azula's hair is. As Zuko was led out of the palace, she stood alongside General Iroh and General Zhao on the palace walls, watching from a distance. Summer Bishil Other Media (July 19, 2008). Azula's blue firebending was meant to symbolize that she was more powerful than Zuko as well as a firebending prodigy, and also to easily distinguish her attacks from his in their fights. Book Two: Earth (Spring 100 AG) It is precise and deadly like Azula. Azula is a firebending prodigy and a dedicated perfectionist. However, the graphic novels state that she is in fact a year younger than Zuko, making her around fifteen during the events of the show.
Biographical information  After Zuko frees the children, Azula tells him that her motivation is to make him more like their father by relying on fear to maintain control. Fire It is not fueled by rage or emotion the way other firebending is. Along with appearing in two scenes during the movie, Azula also appears in a pocket sized portrait of the. Relationships
, Later, Azula, accompanied by Mai and Ty Lee, head to The Boiling Rock, the top security Fire Nation prison where Zuko has been captured in an attempt to infiltrate the prison and rescue the captured forces of the failed invasion. Azula is the princess of the Fire Nation, Prince Zuko's younger sister and the daughter to Fire Lord Ozai and Princess Ursa. She then fires lightning at Katara which forces Zuko to redirect it incorrectly and he can't continue anymore. DiMartino, Michael Dante, Konietzko, Bryan (writers) & Dos Santos, Joaquim (director). 14
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Even when young, Azula suggests that her father would make a better Fire Lord than the heir apparent, her uncle Iroh, whom she dubbed "a quitter and a loser" for abandoning his siege of the Earth Kingdom's capital Ba Sing Se, which would have secured the Fire Nation's victory in the war, after the death of his son Lu Ten.. Azula was heavily influenced by her father, who favored her over Zuko due to her superior firebending abilities.  A year after the war's end, Zuko visits Azula to request her assistance in gaining information from Ozai on the whereabouts of their mother, and Azula accepts without asking for anything in return. She is the only character who bends blue fire, and has been shown to have mastered the advanced firebending technique of harnessing lightning. Azula was present during Zuko's Agni Kai with Ozai, laughing in her brother's face soon after he was burned.  Even as a child, Azula demonstrated her natural talents early in life, along with her tendency for malice and perfectionism. She is also able to generate powerful shields of swirling flames, which she once used to withstand the simultaneous combined attacks of Aang, Katara, Zuko and Toph. Azula is highly skilled in firebending, which utilizes Chinese martial arts techniques of Changquan, Shaolinquan, Lóng Xíng Mó Qiáo and Xing Yi Quan. Having in fact intentionally exposed herself, Azula lulls him into a false sense of control, and accepts his offer to help stage a coup d'état against the Earth King and the loyalist Council of Five.
In the film, she is played by Summer Bishil. Although a skilled strategist and capable of predicting her enemies' moves, she is awkward in social situations, and later admits to jealousy of Ty Lee's ability to attract potential sweethearts during "The Beach" episode. Nickelodeon. Episode Tanscript, Avatar: The Last Airbender.
Azula was also constantly scolded by her mother due to her cruel nature. Smiling, she reminded him that the guard would lead him out within an hour. His hair starts off like this when he is young and is pretty consistent throughout the various flashbacks we see of him. "Sozin's Comet, Part 4: Avatar Aang". Azula Although Azula nearly kills Ursa, she becomes emotionally confused after her mother apologizes for not showing her enough love and even more after Zuko reveals that he still loves his sister despite their strained relationship. " Throughout the original series and the sequel comics, she is shown to be capable of highly advanced firebending, producing hotter blue flames as well as lightning. Azula said that she would see what she could do, but that each favor would require a tradeoff from Zuko. She cuts off a good portion of her hair. However, Azula lies to Ozai by claiming that Zuko killed Aang, as she has a hunch that Aang survived and knows that all the blame would now fall on Zuko if this were true. (October 13, 2006). She dressed herself in robes and went down to meet him, commenting on how terrible he looked. In Zuko's Story, it was revealed that it was Azula who acquired Zuko's ship for him shortly after his banishment. Avatar: The Last Airbender. Weapon of choice She is the princess of the Fire Nation, daughter of Phoenix King Ozai and Princess Ursa, and younger sister of Zuko. A passionate, rebellious, and fearless teenaged girl from the Southern Water Tribe named Korra is now Avatar in The Legend of Korra, the follow-up to the hit series Avatar: The Last Airbender.
Allies Season 2. Soon afterward, Azula sinks into psychosis, hallucinates about her long-lost mother and deposes nearly all of her servants and advisers. Azula is the daughter of Fire Lord Ozai, as well as Zuko's younger sister. After her defeat, it is revealed in the graphic novel The Promise that she was admitted into a mental institution in the Fire Nation due to her deranged mental state, possibly suffering from schizophrenia. , Azula eventually encounters the Avatar in Omashu, and later attempts to capture him by enlisting her childhood friends Mai and Ty Lee.  Both creators hold the character in high regard; Konietzko believes she is "by far the most complex, interesting, and dangerous villain in the series" while DiMartino wrote that she was his favorite villain in the series. "The Guru". Disclaimer: I do not own Avatar or Mass Effect franchises.----Chapter 01----The painting on the wall drew Azula’s attention. Azula loses her sanity and rolls around crying. More about Azula Before she is crowned as Fire Lord, Zuko and Katara interrupt the ceremony, whereupon Azula challenges Zuko to single combat in an Agni Kai. DeLisle recounts that she had studied her "whole life" for well-written characters like Azula who were hard to come by.  The "kemurikage" kidnap many children. Azula and her Dai Li agents stall Aang and his friends Sokka and Toph from finding Ozai before the eclipse, which lasts only eight minutes, allowing the firebenders to retaliate with full force once they regain their bending, causing the invasion to fail. Fighting style Hair color Position Azula does not wear her hair in a topknot, instead having it hang down straight past her face. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. She also encounters Zuko in the city and convinces him to join her in order to redeem himself.
Katara manages to freeze her in place and shackles her hands while healing Zuko.
Like her animated counterpart, Azula is a firebending prodigy. Ehasz, Aaron (writer) & DiMartino, Michael Dante (director). They resurface under the guise of kemurikage (dark spirits).
Following the betrayal by her closest friends Mai and Ty Lee, she possibly develops schizoaffective disorder, as indicated by her delusions of persecution, hallucinations of her mother speaking to her, as well as her frequent and radical intermittent mood fluctuations.
She is Fire Lord Sozin's great-granddaughter through Ozai, and Avatar Roku's through her mother, Ursa. She often firebends using only two fingers, rather than a closed fist or open hand common to other firebenders. , Although Azula's age is never stated in the series itself, the Avatar website gives her age as fourteen. "The Crossroads of Destiny". Born (December 1, 2006). This Paranoia leads to her banishing everyone who she deems untrustworthy for even the most minor things such as giving her a cherry with a pit in it. Which leads to a hallucination that her mother is in the room with her telling her how much she loves her. However, Azula could not produce blue fire as a young child, as shown in flashbacks. Avatar: The Last Airbender.  Upon Fire Lord Ozai's orders, she begins a quest with her childhood friends Mai and Ty Lee to retrieve her banished brother Prince Zuko and his mentor, their uncle Iroh, while also attempting to capture Avatar Aang, considered the Fire Nation's greatest threat to victory in the war. She is discovered as an infiltrator by Dai Li agents and brought before their imprisoned leader Long Feng. Personal information Like her animated counterpart, Azula is a firebending prodigy. She also has the ability to lie easily without causing any change in her breathing and heartrate (an indication of her psychopathy), making it nearly impossible to detect if she's lying, which she demonstrated in "The Day of Black Sun." Some call lightning the cold-blooded fire.
 Immediately after her seizure of power, Azula betrays Long Feng and assumes permanent leadership of the Dai Li. In the show, Azula is the princess of the Fire Nation and an extremely powerful firebending prodigy. She continued making fun of him until Zuko finally shouted her to leave. Episode Transcript, "The Day of Black Sun Part 2: The Eclipse", Avatar: The Last Airbender - The Burning Earth, Avatar: The Last Airbender - Into the Inferno, "An Avatar Spring Break with Mike and Bryan (part 2 of 3)", "An Interview with Princess Azula of the Fire Nation (Grey DeLisle)", "The Legend Of Korra lead Janet Varney talks fun with fandom and strong female leads", "Nickelodeon's Official Avatar: The Last Airbender Flash Site", http://www.kungfumagazine.com/ezine/article.php?article=1038, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Azula&oldid=986634231, Fictional characters with electric or magnetic abilities, Fictional characters with fire or heat abilities, Fictional Lóng Xíng Mó Qiáo practitioners, Articles using Infobox character with multiple unlabeled fields, Pages using infobox character with unknown parameters, Articles containing Japanese-language text, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 2 November 2020, at 02:06.