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|By PandoraStar411||Part of the The Four Nation Girls continuity.|
|"I don't need friends"|
|— Nina to Kasumi.|
|Weapon of choice||
Waterbending (northern style)
Water healing, bloodbending
Mother, father, older brother
|Chronological and political information|
Kasumi comes from a long line of rich and famous waterbenders. She is well known around the Northern Water Tribe as well as their sister tribe, the Southern Water Tribe, because of her attitude against others.
She's very mean and cold towards other people. She doesn't like to mingle and hates having others around her. In short: she's a anti-sociopath.
Like all waterbenders, she can manipulate water easily. When it's nighttime or it's a full moon, her powers become stronger than it would be in the day time. She also has the power to bloodbend but she rarely uses it because it gives her nightmares. She can also, like many of the Northern Water Tribe girls, heal using waterbending, but rarely uses that too since she doesn't really care for others and rarely harms herself.
Ren: Ren is an earthbender who lived in Ba Sing Se. Kasumi met Ren when she was traveling around the world. To her surprise, she and Ren became great friends.
Akako: Akako is one of the few airbenders that survived the firebenders' wrath when they destroyed their air temples. When Kasumi visited an air temple, she found Akako and even though they had a rocky start, they became friends.
Kaze: At first when she met Kaze, they hated each other. Despite the fact they knew they had to work together, they miraculously became friends after a while.
"What do you want?" -Kasumi to Sokka
"Sorry Suki, but I don't want your dance class." -Kasumi to Suki when Suki said she can have potential as a Kyoshi Warrior.
- Kasumi means 'mist' in Japanese.
- When she bloodbends or she sees someone bloodbend, it will give her nightmares when she takes a nap or sleeps.
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