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By MateyY Part of the Avatar: The Legend of Mel continuity.
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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 the released chapters of Avatar: The Legend of Mel.

The Fire Mistress
Biographical information

Fire Nation Citizen and Fire Lord



Physical description


Hair color


Skin color


Skin type


Personal information
Weapon of choice


Fighting style(s)

Firebending (lightning generation)


Great Fire Sage Chan, Unnamed Fire Sages


Hope, Mel, Past Avatars, Water Tribe, Earth Kingdom, most Fire Nation citizens, Tenzin and his family and more...

Chronological and political information

Fire Lord

First appearance

Chapter 2: Hope

The Fire Mistress (also known as The Fire Witch) was the antagonist of the fanon Avatar: The Legend of Mel. She was the current Fire Lord and had started a new war. This war didn't only severely damage the other three nations, but the Fire Nation, too.


Not much is known about the Fire Mistress. She was always wearing a mask that concealed her face, thus making her seem invincible. She is known to not show me, in fact she is known to despise the very idea of it. She was known to be attacked by Hope on a day of her visits to her nation, the only days she left the Royal Palace.


  • The Fire Mistress was a part of the Royal family by birth.
  • The Fire Mistress learned how to make lightning from her grandmother.

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