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By King Bumis Heir Part of the Avatar: The Legacy of Rong Yan continuity.


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Juji's fine. He comes back to life in the end when the doomsday device shifts the polarity of the Earth. Oops. Spoiler. Sorry.

Warning! This page contains spoilers for Avatar: The Legacy of Rong Yan.

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Amak
Biographical information
Nationality

Northern Water Tribe

Age

26

Physical description
Gender

Male

Hair color

Dark Brown

Skin color

Light Brown

Eye color

Purple

Personal information
Weapon of choice

Bluntsman

Fighting style(s)

Bluntsman

Allies

Northern Water Tribe, Prince Tulok, of the Northern Water Tribe, Chief Cupun, of the Northern Water Tribe

Chronological and political information
Profession

Northern Tribe Army

Position

Officer

Affiliation

Northern Water Tribe

First appearance

Book 2: Water Chapter 17: The Northern Water Tribe

Last appearance

Book 2: Water Chapter 19: The Campaign of Two Nations Part 1: Royal Matrimony

Amak is a minor character in the fanon Avatar: The Legacy of Rong Yan. Amak is Tulok's cousin and Cupun's nephew who Senlin and his cronies poisoned and left to die.

History

Northern Water Tribe Military

Amak, joined the military at the ripe age of 16, when his father had to be retired because, he had severely had his leg shattered by an avalanche. The military was even harder on him because of his father's contribution and reputation to the military.

He rose through the ranks throughout the years and landed on the officer rank. Eventually, General Issumatar was going to rank him up to Sergeant at the end of Book 2, but a tragic accident occurred and now he's dead.

Current Life

Amak was introduced in Chapter 17: Northern Water Tribe, he was mentioned by Chief Cupun, when the chief was talking to his son about not being serious about the chief title when Cupun decides to retire.

He mentions that maybe he should give it to his nephew Amak who seems a lot more serious than Tulok. Tulok and Amak are cousins & Chief Cupun, and Amak's father his name is later mentioned in Chapter 19 are brothers. In chapter 18, Tulok had gone to visit his cousin Amak at the military barracks in the southern end of the city.

Tulok told his cousin Amak his plans on making a betrothal necklace and proposing to {{F|Tanaraq (Avatar: The Legacy of Rong Yan)|Tanarak. Amak had asked when did he meet Tanaraq, and Tulok answered a day ago, his cousin had then told him how could he marry someone he just met. Tulok answered with it was love at first sight, and that he had never laid eyes on such a beautiful woman and that she had to be his.

Amak then later agreed throughout the end of the conversation saying that he feels happy for his cousin Tulok. Their conversation was cut short when Amak had just remembered he had to run some errands and then patrol the city's southwestern section. The last thing he told Tulok was that the next morning he wanted to hear all about the answer on his cousin's proposal.

Death

After Amak, had finished his errands that he had to attend to, he began to patrol the southwestern section of the city. An hour or two later, he had strolled down a street when he heard some struggling. There was man wearing a straw hat mugging another man. These men were none other than Admiral Palartok and Kimaru, their other third of their group was former General Senlin, who had devised a plan when he saw Amak strolling down the street.

Senlin had a blade that his old comrade and friend Xuen who was a black market fencer who resides in between the towns of Chi-Ji and Lu'an. The blade was that of an Earth Kingdom soldier, although it was never mentioned if it was an old blade or the newer, current version that the soldiers in this decade use. Somewhere in Chapter 20, it will be examined by a weapon expert within the Northern Tribe.

Eventually, when the group reaches the Northern Water Tribe by a cargo ship that carries criminals and illegal immigrants, they meet an alchemist who concocts poisons. Along the way, they help the man to the city when he gives them a lift to the city. Hours pass by when they reach the city they help the man set up shop. In return, he gifts Senlin with a rare poison made from White jade bush. He explains that one dip on the blade into the poison and one small cut on the target, the poison is so potent that it will kill the victim in 60 - 90 seconds. There is nothing that can cure the poison, but he doubts it if the healers choose to use the waters of the oasis there's a high chance that the person will be revived.

Senlin jumps from out of the shadows and slightly cuts Amak's left leg and leaves the blade by the entrance of the alley. Amak tries to chase them but then begins to quickly lose his energy, begins to have blurred vision and begins to suffocate. As he collapses his last look at them was their faces wickedly grinning as they make their escape. Then his body shuts down and he dies, the blade had been dropped at the entrance of the alley just a few feet from the lifeless poisoned body of the Chief's nephew.

Midnight comes when the news reaches the palace and the chief goes nuts, screaming and wailing at what had happened he quickly commands his adviser to send word to the guard barracks to strengthen the presence of the guard patrols around and out of the city. Any suspicious people will be arrested for questioning, just outside of the large windows of the palace, Kimaru is scouting the area hiding in the shadows listening to give his report to Senlin. An hour later, his general and new admiral arrive at the palace and they have a meeting in the war room behind the palace.

The adviser then arrives with scroll; when the chief reads it, he finds it preposterous that one of his soldiers had killed the royal courier of the young Earth King. He gets angry at his general and admiral twins, and yells at them for deploying any men. The twins reply with honesty that they would never deploy any soldiers in Earth Kingdom soil without his approval.

The scroll mentions that waterbending was found used against corpses along a road leading to the town of Chi-Ji, merchants along with their body guards were found rotting at a campsite. A Northern Water Tribe soldier decorated dagger was found lodged in his courier's body. The courier was none other than his nephew Baotong; there was enough evidence that showed to be Water Tribe presence on his soil and that the Earth King wanted to declare war with full force on the Northern Water Tribe.

In the next chapter, Amak's funeral is held in one of the days of within the chapter, the chapter explains the story within the week of the funeral and the chief's son's wedding with the princess of the Southern Water Tribe.

Abilities

Amak was born a non-bender but since when he joined the military at the age of 16, he was trained in swordship, where he later became a swordsman and the officer on the army. While in the army, he learned other skills like hand-to-hand combat.

Survival Tactics

Like all recruits of the army, Amak, was trained in survival tactics so that whatever his surroundings were he had to adapt to them quickly and strive to survive.

Relatives

  • Chief Cupun (Uncle)
  • Prince Tulok (Cousin)
  • Unnamed Mother (Mother)
  • Unnamed Father (Father)(Later named in chapter 19)
  • Tulok's Unnamed Mother (Aunt; Deceased)

Appearances

Trivia

  • Amak means "father wolf" in Inuit.
  • Amak in the comic version was actually Chief Cupun's brother, and Prince Tulok's uncle not their nephew/cousin.

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