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|By King Bumis Heir||Part of thecontinuity.|
| || Juji's fine. He comes back to life in the end when the doomsday device shifts the polarity of the Earth. Oops. Spoiler. Sorry.
Warning! This page contains spoilers for.
Southern Water Tribe
|Weapon of choice||
Water Tribe sword
|Chronological and political information|
Book 1: Air Chapter 3: Rong Yan's Master (First appearance; no lines; no name) Book 2: Water Chapter 2: The Crew (Identity revealed)
Book 2: Water Chapter ??
Sake, is one of the other five fishermen within Unaraq's crew, and is the twin brother to Tako.
Sake is known as a fisher slayer around the Southern Water Tribe, as claims and has been seen catching behemoth like fish. This first started when both Tako and Sake had joined Prince Unaraq's crew when they were both twenty.
It was during a fishing trip where it was just Tako and Sake alone, Sake had caught a large fish had in turn hit an small iceberg with its tail that caused a large snowball to hit Tako on the head putting him into a coma.
After his brother Tako had awaken from a coma, days later they were on another fishing trip when Tako had accidentally killed a baby octopus and since then he had named himself the octopus slayer. After he had awakened from the coma he had gone a little nuts but nothing too dangerous.
To this day, he is known as the town crazy, even though none of what he says is true, he still is a great storyteller.
Like his twin brother Tako, Sake was born a non-bender but has mastered swordfighting. Making them formidable foes on their own, but double the trouble.
- Tako (Twin Brother)
- Sake is Japanese for "salmon".
- Tako and Sake weren't originally twins. In the comic version they were competitive teammates. Tako wasn't crazy either.
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