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|By Airbender17||Part of thecontinuity.|
Air Nomads is a collective term for a nation of people who practice the discipline of Airbending. One of the four major nations, the Air Nomads were wanderers by definition, but had four air temples, one at each corner of the globe, hidden away atop mountain ranges in the northern Earth Kingdom and on three remote islands. The theocratic Air Nomads were home to a monastic order of men and women who practiced airbending. Unlike the other nations, the people of the Air Nomads were, without any seen exception, all benders due to the high level of spirituality of their people.
Pathik initially wanted to put the idea to climb the mountain to the monastery air by flying, and he found a long-tailed animal with horns, he thought of an animal that has a "long tail", and he thought it was the wing, and he teach all the bison to fly, and finally he called the "flying Bison". and after three flying towards the mountain, he found an animal that lived there, that he thought the bat but had a tail, or lemurs have long ears?, and eventually he was given the name "Winged Lemur".
and after finding a group of lemurs, Pathik bring her up one of the three mountain using bison, and build a temple in the east to the place of residence, which he named "Eastern Air Temple".
after a few years, Gyatso and his brothers and sisters grew up, especially Gyatso, who was only 19 years old, his father took him to create a new temple which is located in the south called "Southern Air Temple". Gyatso begin creating a new element had learned from flying bison at Eastern Air Temple, and he was the first airbender and he was the one who got a master's of airbending, and the airbender get a tattoos
The Air Nomad insignia is a stylized, swirling orb. Within the circle, coiling lines illustrate the wind. The symbol can be seen on the design of doors and surfaces in the air temples, as well as on pendants of monks' prayer beads. The Air Nomad flag is a banner held between two wooden poles. The center of the banner is emblazoned with the Air Nomad insignia.
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