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  • Eastern Air Temple
  • Eastern Air Temple
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  • The Eastern Air Temple is the air temple located at the east. Aang chose Appa here to be his pet bison. This is also where the monks wanted to send Aang because him and Gyatso were getting to attached to each other.
  • The Eastern Air Temple was one of the four temples of the Air Nomads, and one of the two, the other being the Western Air Temple, exclusively housing female Airbenders. Its population was however wiped out at the beginning of The War during the Air Nomad Genocide. Guru Pathik lived here for an extended period of time and taught Aang how to use the Avatar State here.
  • Avatar Kuruk learned airbending in this temple hundreds of years prior to Aang's time. During Aang's childhood, a group of female nomads including Sister Iio were present at the temple, caring for a herd of sky bison. Among an adult bison's litter was a newborn Appa, who soon became Aang's animal guide. Six years afterward, Avatar Aang was to be separated from his mentor, Monk Gyatso by the elders of the Southern Air Temple, who decided to send Aang to the Eastern Air Temple to complete his airbending training, away from Gyatso's fatherly influence. However, before they could do this, Aang overheard their plans and ran away.
Nation
  • air
Leader
  • * Eastern Council of Elders * Guru Pathik
  • Eastern Council of Elders
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  • Eastern Air Temple
Position
  • Colonized by Guru Pathik
  • * Home to a number of Air Acolytes * Residence of Guru Pathik
Location
  • Air Nomad mountain range, Southeast to Earth Kingdom
  • Air Nomad mountain range, southeast of the Earth Kingdom
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  • The Eastern Air Temple is the air temple located at the east. Aang chose Appa here to be his pet bison. This is also where the monks wanted to send Aang because him and Gyatso were getting to attached to each other.
  • The Eastern Air Temple was one of the four temples of the Air Nomads, and one of the two, the other being the Western Air Temple, exclusively housing female Airbenders. Its population was however wiped out at the beginning of The War during the Air Nomad Genocide. Guru Pathik lived here for an extended period of time and taught Aang how to use the Avatar State here.
  • Avatar Kuruk learned airbending in this temple hundreds of years prior to Aang's time. During Aang's childhood, a group of female nomads including Sister Iio were present at the temple, caring for a herd of sky bison. Among an adult bison's litter was a newborn Appa, who soon became Aang's animal guide. Six years afterward, Avatar Aang was to be separated from his mentor, Monk Gyatso by the elders of the Southern Air Temple, who decided to send Aang to the Eastern Air Temple to complete his airbending training, away from Gyatso's fatherly influence. However, before they could do this, Aang overheard their plans and ran away. This temple suffered a great amount of damage at the hands of the Fire Nation after Fire Lord Sozin declared war on the other three nations. He used the powers of Sozin's Comet to kill the Air Nomads residing in the temple, the increased pyrotechnical power also setting the temple's structures ablaze and blowing chunks out of the stonework. Out of all of the existing air temples, the Eastern Air Temple suffered the worst damage. A hundred years after the genocide, Aang traveled to the Eastern Air Temple to meet Guru Pathik, who had been waiting for him after a vision. The guru recently had a run-in with Appa, who fled to the temple following his capture. The guru cared for Appa and sent him off with a letter to Aang, which stated that he could teach him how to control the Avatar State. Guru Pathik and Aang went through a series of meditations designed to open the seven chakras. However, Aang left the temple during the process of unlocking his seventh chakra, rendering him unable to enter the Avatar State at all. Along with the other temples, the Eastern Air Temple was restored to its former glory by the Air Acolytes and Avatar Aang. In 171 AG, Tenzin and his family visited the temple as part of their vacation, intending to visit all the ancient sites after their restoration by the Air Acolytes residing there. That plan changed, however, upon Korra's arrival and transformed into a quest to help the Avatar enter the Spirit World. In order to do so, Tenzin took Korra to several highly-spiritual places, though none of them proved to be sufficient enough to let Korra cross over. Eventually, Jinora informed her father that she could help as she had been in contact with spirits before. To prove her claim, she told her dragonfly bunny spirit friends to show themselves, much to the amazement of her family. The spirits subsequently guided Korra and the others to a neglected meditation circle. However, after Tenzin performed a spiritual cleansing ritual, the group was attacked by a swarm of bat-like dark spirits that resided there. When Korra used Unalaq's purifying technique to calm the spirits, the overgrowing vegetation disappeared, restoring the site to its former glory. Korra allowed Tenzin to meditate first in hopes of crossing over to the Spirit World. However, the airbending master's attempts proved to be futile, and his eldest daughter, Jinora, took over, successfully guiding Korra into the Spirit World. However, due to problems they encountered in the Spirit World, only Korra managed to return, much to Tenzin's despair. The group returned to the main section of the temple, carrying Jinora's meditative body with them, as Tenzin vowed to do whatever it took to get his daughter back.
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