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

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Biographical information

Northern Water Tribe




972 BG


901 BG (Age: 71)

Physical description


Hair color

Dark Brown

Skin color


Eye color


Personal information
Weapon of choice

Waterbending, Snowbending

Fighting style(s)

Waterbending, Snowbending


Water Tribe, Avatar Kwan Chun, Northern Water Tribe chieftess, Unknown wife, Unknown Sons

Chronological and political information

Waterbending Master, Avatar Kwan Chun's Waterbending teacher


Master, Teacher


Northern Water Tribe

First appearance

Book 1: Air Chapter 18: The Smell of War

Last appearance

Book 1: Air Chapter 18: The Smell of War

Injuquaq is one of the main character of Book 1 of Avatar: The Smell of War. He is a minor character in the fanon Avatar: The Legacy of Rong Yan.


Early Life

Injuquaq, was born in 972 BG to two unknown parents in Northern Water Tribe. Injuquaq, had discovered he was a waterbender at the age of five. His father was a waterbender, and had taught him the basics of the bending art. At the age of ten, he had excelled at what his father had taught him, so he was enrolled into a class for waterbenders. The old waterbending instructor before him, was his teacher, being gifted at waterbending he as well excelled in all the lessons that the teacher had given him.

He had become his teacher's best student, the older students that were a little older than Injuquaq were often jealous of him and tried to pick on him. At the age of 24, he had mastered the element of waterbending. Two weeks later, his teacher had died of old age. Injuquaq, was made the new instructor by the chieftess.

Meeting Avatar Kwan Chun

Avatar Kwan Chun had arrived at the Northern Water Tribe, and had an audience with the chieftess. Kwan Chun requested a waterbending teacher, and the chieftess had suggested Injuquaq who had just become a master and the new instructor since the old one had died.

Meeting Kwan Chun, Injuquaq was very excited and honored that the Avatar had chosen him as his waterbending teacher. Injuquaq and Kwan Chun, had become fast friends, and every day they became closer. Injuquaq, had proved himself to be a great teacher as he disciplined Kwan Chun, he was also very dedicated to his class. That he won several awards, at the New Moon Festivals.

Injuquaq's Love Interest

After two or three years Injuquaq and Kwan Chun, were very close friends. Injuquaq had fallen for a girl, but he knew that she would never date him. That was not entirely true. Injuquaq was a very shy man around women he found attractive.

Kuruk kissing Ummi

Injuquaq and his wife during their wedding.

Kwan Chun, was Injuquaq's wing man, he had persuaded Injuquaq's crush to come to speak to him. She was very interested in waterbending as well but she was a healer, because of the customs of the Northern Water Tribe, she was a woman therefore, she was a healer.

She was not a master healer, but she knew enough to get by. She later became attracted to Injuquaq, learning that he was a master waterbender, she then grew on him and loved him for his personality. They continued to talk for about six months, then began to date. After another six months to seven months they were married.

Kwan Chun, was Injuquaq's best man, for his wedding and had made a toast. Kwan Chun had later departed that night. But Avatar Kwan Chun, and Injuquaq had still kept in contact through letters that would reach any of the destinations that he was staying at.

Later Life

After his marriage, Injuquaq had two sons, three years apart from each other. He was still the master waterbender at the Northern Water Tribe, his position was later taken by his youngest son. His older son, was non-bender and had become a member of the Water Tribe military.

Injuquaq, had retired at the age of 68, his youngest son had taken over. Three years have passed, at the age of 71 Injuquaq, had died of pneumonia. The waterbending instructor had been passed by generations of the same family that Injuquaq had hailed from. Injuquaq, is Pakku's ancestor.


Injuquaq, was born a waterbender of the Northern Water Tribe. He was a gifted waterbender, as he excelled through his instructor's lessons. At the age of 24, Injuquaq had become a master.

He later met Avatar Kwan Chun, and soon became his waterbending teacher. He was known as a great instructor and was awarded many awards during his career. He had later retired at the age of 68, and gave the reign of instructor to his youngest son.


  • Unknown Wife (Wife)
  • Unknown Non-bending Son (Son)
  • Unknown Waterbending Son (Son)
  • Master Pakku (Descendant)


Avatar: The Smell of War

Avatar: The Legacy of Rong Yan

Book One: Air


  • Injuquaq is "old man" in Inuit.

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