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| Zuko, something happened to The Legend of Torque in the last hundred years.
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|The Legend of Torque|
Avatar Torque was born after Avatar Korra died. He is confident in his abilities and is working to rebuild all nations into the peaceful world it was before the Hundred Year War. He was always devastated when he heard the story about the genocide of the Air Nomads. He restored balance to the world again before his death. This 4 mini chapter mini series is an aid to the 36 chapter large series called The Legend of Sasuke. This is part of the mega-saga
- Avatar Torque
- Yao Yi
- Air Acolytes
- I am the Avatar?
- I was training with Master Yao Yi when he told me he had a confession to make. He had been training me all along knowing this. I was the Avatar. I was not shocked. I always knew I had extraordinary skills.
- My Airbending Master
- My Airbending Master was named Boogie. He had humor but he was also serious when he was telling stories about the Airbenders. When I mastered Airbending I knew what I wanted to do, restore the Air Nomads to the original way they all were before the Hundred Year War.
- I traveled to Air Temples all over and looked through the scrolls. Nothing there. I traveled through all 4 Nations, even jumping into a volcano to search but still no luck... Then I looked inside of me. The other Avatars were there for me. Avatar Aang, the famous Avatar who won the Hundred Year War spoke with me. He said that he could take away and restore bending using Energybending but not give it...
- Restoring Airbending
- I learned Energybending from Aang. It was easy. But could I really use it to give bending to people? I gave it a try. I went up to an Air Acolyte and tried to Energybend and give them bending. I was trying hard but it seemed impossible. Then,I felt that all the Air Temples were focusing their energy on me and Suddenly it gave all of the Acolytes Airbending. It was extraordinary and I felt proud of myself.
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