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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.
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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 ??
Tako, is one of the five other fishermen within Unaraq's fishing crew. Tako, says he saved the Southern Water Tribe many times from giant octopuses or squids who tried to take over the grand city. Along the short journey that the crew has with Rong Yan's gang he will tell a few stories where he had slain those monsters.
The only proof that Tako had ACTUALLY slain an octopus, was one point in time where he accidentally stepped and killed a baby octopus. He kept one of the baby octopus's tentacles preserved as keepsake. He wears his "grand" trophy around his neck.
Tako, had gotten into a coma around the age of nineteen during a fishing trip when a large snowball had fall onto his head. Thus making him a little crazy but nothing too dangerous. Just the simple fact that he thinks he is a world famous octopus slayer.
Tako has a twin brother named Sake, who is also a little nuts like Tako but actually does slay fish. Around the Southern Water Tribe he is known as the fish slayer, around his home he has various fish trophies, on his fireplace wall he has a large fish trophy, there is only one fish that Sake has not caught but he will get one day.
Tako, was born a non-bender like his twin brother Sake. Both Tako and Sake are skilled in the art of swordfighting. Making them formidable foes on their own, but double the trouble.
- Sake (Twin Brother)
- Tako is Japanese for "octopus".
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