|By Bersarker||Part of thecontinuity.|
Life as Kyoshi Warrior
Since five years ago that she had joined the Kyoshi Warriors, she got everything she wanted in her life, had a perfect boyfriend, her own house and most important is be as a member Kyoshi Warriors. But one day, everything was changed when she go back from Kyoshi Island to visit her uncle at the Capital City in the Fire Nation. But she found a burned house of her uncle and found his dead body that was burned lie on the ground. She go to ask the other for what would happened to her uncle. They had said that last night, the city was attacked by and , and her uncle was one of the people who were get killed by them. Then, she met her boyfriend Taka who has the same story like her, except it was his parents who were get killed. They both vow to hunt down and take revenge on Green Goblin and Mr. Lemur.
Become Black Widow
After return from the Fire Nation to Kyoshi Island, she go and told her friends in Kyoshi Warriors that she quit to take down the two eco-terrorists who killed her uncle. Later, at her house on Kyoshi Island, she changed her outfit from Kyoshi Warrior shit to be black suit and replaced her metal fans and katana with her laser stings and calling herself Black Widow. Then, at night she goes to meet Hawkeye at the harbor and ride the boat back to Fire Nation to find and capture Green Goblin and Mr. Lemur.
She is a hot-headed and sarcastic girl but she also is a very nice girl.
As a nonbender, she has to fight with laser stings when she confront with the benders.
As a former member of Kyoshi Warriors, she had practice herself to gained the enhanced strength of normal humans.
As a former member of Kyoshi Warriors, she had practice herself to gained the enhanced speed of normal humans.
As a former member of Kyoshi Warriors, she had practice herself to use the chi blocking.
- She is the third person who becomes a hero because of Green Goblin and Mr. Lemur. The first is and the second is .
- She and are a couple.
- In Japanese, Yumi is mean "bow" and Hana is mean "flower".
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