|By Millennia2||Part of thecontinuity.|
|"I could never live down the fact that my happiness meant restricting everyone else here."|
|— Jane to Leah in|
Jane is a prisoner in the fanon story.
|Weapon of choice||
The Leader, the BDA
|Chronological and political information|
Jane was born to an Italian family in Tripoli, Libya, at the time a secret earthbending colony. When Jane was 19, she met Don, a refugee from a destroyed colony in Texas. The two dated for three years before being married.
Soon after their marriage, the colony was ravaged by the Axis Powers, under the orders of the Leader. Don and Jane were taken to a work camp in Poland. They lived there, under for four years before it was liberated by the Allies. Don and Jane moved back to Tripoli to re-establish the colony when they were taken by the BDA to Uluru. There, they have stayed for 45 years.
In 1996, the new Avatar was brought to the prison. The girl, named Leah, asked Don to train her in earthbending. For the first time since coming to the prison, Don came out of his cell to train Leah. After one of their training sessions, Jane remarked to Leah that she had been the first one to get her husband out of the cell block.
Leah asked why Don and Jane never tried an escape attempt after all their years in the prison. Jane responded that she could never live down punishing others for her freedom. For Leah's sixteenth birthday, Don and Jane created an elaborate sculpture of Leah in the walls of the training courtyard.
Weeks later, Leah came to Don and Jane in the training courtyard to thank them for all they had done for her. She also asked them how they've stood being in the prison for so long. Jane responded that with friends, anything was possible. Don remarked that without Jane, he never would've made it, and he hoped that he and Jane helped Leah. Leah thanked them and said goodbye. Don and Jane are currently still in the prison.
Jane is a quiet and kind person. She loves her husband dearly, as shown when he commented that he "wouldn't have made it without her". She is shown to be incredibly selfless, as she never tried an escape attempt in the Axis work camp or at Uluru out of fear that her freedom would punish others.
Little of Jane's abilities have been shown, yet she is known to be as good at earthbending as her husband. When Leah last saw them, they were sparring each other to a stalemate.
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- Don and Jane were named after the author's grandparents
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