Waterbending emblem Snowbending Icon Water Tribe emblem
By King Bumis Heir Part of the Avatar: The Legacy of Rong Yan continuity.
Unaraqs sister
Biographical information

Southern Water Tribe


20 (Book 2), 27 (Book 3)


646 BG


536 BG (Age: 110)

Physical description


Hair color


Skin color


Eye color


Personal information
Weapon of choice

Waterbending, Snowbending


Southern Water Tribe, Northern Water Tribe, Rong Yan, Monk Yong Ten, Unaraq, Chief Unirak, Unaraq's crew, Aloi, Prince Tulok of the Northern Water Tribe


Ex-General Senlin

Chronological and political information

Waterbender, Master Waterbender


Princess of the Southern Water Tribe, Queen of the Northern Water Tribe (Eventually)

First appearance

Book 1: Air Chapter 3: Rong Yan's Master

Last appearance

Book 3: Earth Chapter 20: ??

Tanaraq is a major character in the fanon series, in Chapter 3 she is only seen by Rong Yan and thus in Book 1 she was considered a minor character. In book 2 chapter 1 is where she becomes a main character in the fanon.

Tanaraq is also part of the fanon Avatar: The Legacy of Rong Yan. She'll be having a major role during Book 2, and will be considered a major character because, she'll be in Book 3 too. Will serve as a love interest, to one of the minor characters and as well as Rong Yan, as she is stuck in a love triangle, who will also have a major role within Book 2.


Princess By A Glance

When Avatar Rong Yan was escorted by fire temple guards to the docks, he met a fisherman named Unaraq, what he doesn't know is that Unaraq is royalty.

After the fisherman went on his boat and his crew, had set sail back to the Southern Water Tribe. Rong Yan had looked back at the boat and saw a beautiful Water Tribal Princess, he wondered who she was, but she had been rushed by the fisherman to go back into the boat's hold.

Rong Yan still wonders if he'll see the girl again.

Princess In Person

Princess Tanaraq was introduced to Avatar Rong Yan by her father Chief Unirak. Rong Yan had taken a glance at the princess and had recognized her as the girl on the boat eons ago, when she was visiting the Fire Nation on a fishing trip with her brother.

Tanaraq and Rong Yan, had become friends, and who knows maybe even potential lovers. Though the Air Nomad girl that is with Rong Yan has gotten a little jealous due to Rong Yan spending sometime with the princess.

Meeting an member of an Ancient Organization

At one point before leaving Ni Juo, Unaraq was curious to know if the hermit had returned to the shack up in the mountains. Upon arrival they had met a hooded figure, who was the hermit.

Startled he dropped his drink and air dried the stain on his robes. Aloi the airbender jumped in joy when she found out he was an airbender. He had revealed he was a member of an ancient organization called "The Vibrant Ones".

Who were a selected few of master airbenders trained in the three different branches of Soundbending. Chaos, Deception, and Melodic branches, each had the same standard moves but each had their own unique set moves.

Although Tanaraq and Unaraq, were not present during the day where Giman was training Rong Yan and Aloi. They were having their own little day in the town of Nuo Ju. Some time during the afternoon, a sonic boom had came from the mountains and they were aware it was their friends.

They tried their best to try and persuade the guards that it was the weather. When an acquaintance had showed up at the scene and told the guards it was just lighting and thunder from the mountaintop.

Northern Water Tribe

When the gang reaches the Northern Water Tribe it seems to be peaceful since they arrive before General Senlin and his comrades do. In the coming days the entire visit gets thrown into disarray, first when Senlin wanted to upsurge another war he had sent Kimaru to kill Tulok's cousin although it turned out they triple teamed him. With Senlin delivering the final blow to the young officer. After they found his body the Northern Water Tribe chief had gone into a rage and waged war on the eastern Earth Kingdom. In the final two chapters of Book Two, they begin to prepare the wedding of Tulok and Tanaraq who have had a quick relationship taking each other for lust and the arrangement of marriage through royalty.

In Chapter 19, they were preparing the funeral of Amak, and later in the chapter towards the end they attended the funeral and the burial of the young man. In Chapter 20, they had attended the royal wedding while in the end the two chiefs had a war council with Cupun's general and admiral the twins Issumatar&Oomailiq. Where on the subside back in Ba Sing Se it showed the complete opposite, while the Northern and Southern Water Tribes united for the war, the eastern and western Earth Kingdom had become divided for the war. With the end result of Ba Sing Se province going at it alone against the Water Tribes while the Omashu province closes off its borders until the war was announced over.

New Earthbending Master

Rong Yan and the gang had gone to Han Tui after three years of war it was difficult getting into the Earth Kingdom for many, with the Water Tribes getting the upper hand in the war and gaining territories on eastern Earth Kingdom soil. In the planned efforts in trying to win Chu Shi.

Rong Yan and the gang spent three long years in the safe non war ravaged province of Omashu, where Rong Yan perfected and mastered airbending, soundbending, and waterbending with his teacher Aloi, and with the scrolls that were given to him by Chief Cupun. Each character had grown up, Rong Yan had began to sport a mustache and goatee, Aloi shaved the frontal forehead area to reveal her airbending tattoos, and Unaraq had grown a beard and began to resemble much like his father Unirak. When arriving in Han Tui they had learned that Sun Wu the earthbending prodigy master had passed away of old age three weeks before their arrival.

In a tavern within the city they had run into and met Jushi a master swordsman and earthbender who at first had no qualms of helping the Avatar master earthbending. But after life saving and persuasion, Jushi had a change of heart and joined in Rong Yan's quest to master the elements and defeat the Traitor General.

The Battle of Chu Shi

It is known that in the chapter the Battle of Chu Shi, that Chief Cupun had stepped down from the throne and joined the war effort but was still titled Chief of the Northern Water Tribe within the new war. He makes brief mention that the new power couple is ruling the Northern Water Tribe calling his son and daughter-in-law, Chief Tulok and Chieftess Tanaraq.




According, to her father also known as, Chief Unirak, Princess Tanaraq is known as a master waterbender who was trained by one of the master waterbending instructors within the Southern Water Tribe.

Tanaraq, becomes Rong Yan's waterbending teacher throughout Book Two.


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Book One: Air

Book Two: Water

Preceded by
Tribal Princess of the Southern Water Tribe
646 BG - 619 BG
Succeeded by
Unknown, eventually Katara
Preceded by
Chief Cupun's wife
Tribal Queen of the Northern Water Tribe
619 BG - 536 BG
Succeeded by


  • She looks like Princess Yue.
  • I found a picture on the internet of Princess Yue, and edited it. So if you're the artist of the original picture, I'm giving credit to you. I just edited it.
  • Tanaraq is Inuit for "Granddaughter of the Tundra".
  • Another thing its a giant spoiler, and I don't want ruin it, but in the Book 2 there will be a treat, that eventually leads to something within the Water Tribes in the series Avatar: The Last Airbender.
  • At one point I want to put Aloi, Rong Yan and Tanaraq in a love triangle that conflicted through both girls wanting the Avatar. But the idea was scrapped after writing the fourth chapter.

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