|By King Bumis Heir||Part of thecontinuity.|
|Issumatar, General of the Northern Water Tribe Army|
Northern Water Tribe
|Weapon of choice||
Bone club, Waterbending
|Chronological and political information|
Book 2: Water Chapter 18: Thirst For Blood
Book 3: Earth Chapter ??: ???
Issumatar, was born a twin along with his brother Oomailiq, their parents had twins Issumatar being the first born and then seven minutes later Oomailiq being born. As children their father trained them in waterbending, they both learned as much as they could from him, as he was a naval officer.
At the age of 20, they both joined the military Issumatar joining the army and Oomailiq joining the navy. Throughout the years Issumatar had rose through the ranks in the army mastering waterbending just like his brother. Eventually, becoming the General of the Northern Water Tribe Army, and then later hearing that his brother was given the rank of Admiral of the Northern Water Tribe Navy.
Declaration of War
The chief of the Northern Water Tribe, had commanded them to meet him in the war room. During the meeting General Issumatar and his brother Admiral Oomailiq discussed the new war along with Chief Cupun, suggesting new strategies and deployment plans with the chief. After the meeting Issumatar had rounded up his troops and prepared them for war.
In Chapter 1 of Book 3, the ground troops are ready for war and in the beginning of Chapter 2, small squadrons and battalions are deployed on coastal towns and beaches of the eastern Earth Kingdom. Some were left defending the capital city and its surrounding towns.
Meeting resistance forces of Earth Kingdom troops, some squadrons had pressed forwards while others died in battle.
Issumatar was born a waterbender along with his brother Oomailiq, learning waterbending from their father who was soldier in the army. Eventually, learning what their father knows and seeking more training from the army and navy. At the age of 22, both twins had mastered waterbending.
Within the army, Issumatar had also mastered Bluntsfighting, in case of ever being chi-blocked by soldiers who are only specified in doing that. The Northern Water Tribe military prepares their men for such occasions, their soldiers and sailors are battle-hardened men, physically and mentally strong.
- Admiral Oomailiq (Twin Brother)
Book Two: Water
- Chapter 18: Thirst For Blood
- Issumatar means, "superior" in Inuit.
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