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  • Western Air Temple
  • Western Air Temple
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  • The Western Air Temple was one of the four temples of the Air Nomads, and one of the two, the other being the Eastern Air Temple, exclusively housing female Airbenders. It is located in the mountains north of the Fire Nation. Its population was however wiped out at the beginning of The War during the Air Nomad Genocide. The temple is notable in that unlike the other three temples, it is situated underneath the edge of a cliff instead of atop a mountain. The spires seem as though they were built upside-down, and because of that, the temple is hidden to the passerby.
  • The Western Air Temple is the most unique of all the air temples. It is located in the West, but is on an under-side of a cliff instead of a mountain. This is because of protection reasons, but this did not work because they were the first temple to be wiped out by the fire nation during the war. Avatar Yangchen was raised here.
  • At the start of the Hundred Year War, the Western Air Temple's population was killed by the Fire Nation during the Air Nomad Genocide and its aftermath, though the temple itself escaped significant damage. Almost a century later, after being banished from the Fire Nation, Zuko traveled to the temple to begin his search for Avatar Aang. Otherwise, the temple lay uninhabited, until Aang and his friends headed to the Western Air Temple for a safe place to stay after the unsuccessful invasion. Ironically, after following the remnants of the invasion force here, Zuko decided to join Aang, pledging to teach him firebending.
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  • air
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  • Western Council of Elders
  • Western Council of Elders
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Name
  • Western Air Temple
Position
  • Abandoned
  • Inhabited by Air Acolytes
Location
  • Air Nomad mountain range, north of the Fire Nation
  • Air Nomad mountain range, north of the Fire Nation
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  • The Western Air Temple was one of the four temples of the Air Nomads, and one of the two, the other being the Eastern Air Temple, exclusively housing female Airbenders. It is located in the mountains north of the Fire Nation. Its population was however wiped out at the beginning of The War during the Air Nomad Genocide. The temple is notable in that unlike the other three temples, it is situated underneath the edge of a cliff instead of atop a mountain. The spires seem as though they were built upside-down, and because of that, the temple is hidden to the passerby.
  • The Western Air Temple is the most unique of all the air temples. It is located in the West, but is on an under-side of a cliff instead of a mountain. This is because of protection reasons, but this did not work because they were the first temple to be wiped out by the fire nation during the war. Avatar Yangchen was raised here.
  • At the start of the Hundred Year War, the Western Air Temple's population was killed by the Fire Nation during the Air Nomad Genocide and its aftermath, though the temple itself escaped significant damage. Almost a century later, after being banished from the Fire Nation, Zuko traveled to the temple to begin his search for Avatar Aang. Otherwise, the temple lay uninhabited, until Aang and his friends headed to the Western Air Temple for a safe place to stay after the unsuccessful invasion. Ironically, after following the remnants of the invasion force here, Zuko decided to join Aang, pledging to teach him firebending. Combustion Man attacked this temple in hopes of eliminating the Avatar and his gang. Thanks in part to Zuko's intervention on their behalf and Sokka's expertise in using a boomerang, Combustion Man was defeated and killed when his own firebending caused the building he was standing on to explode and fall into the canyon below, taking him with it. The temple suffered extensive damage from the attack, but was still largely intact. The group spent several nights there. Azula led an attack on the temple thereafter, battling her brother and forcing the rest of the group to flee. After one of her blasts clashed with an equally powerful blast from Zuko, both of them were thrown off the airship. Zuko was saved by Team Avatar, who was flying on Appa, and Azula used her firebending to propel herself toward the cliffside, using her hair piece as a hook to slow the fall. The invasion force members, including Chit Sang, fled using an airship stolen from Azula at the Boiling Rock prison. The attack resulted in a large amount of damage, including the complete destruction of the fountain's remnants. After the Hundred Year War, the Western Air Temple, along with the other three air temples, was restored to its former glory by Avatar Aang and the Air Acolytes.
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