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|By King Bumis Heir||Part of thecontinuity.|
Fishermen, protect the Southern Water Tribe
Different men from different walks of life, all from the Southern Water Tribe. With many struggles within their families and humble beginnings, they fish for a living to make profit to feed their families, and also sworn protectors of their city.
Their leader Prince Unaraq, when on the shores of other nations, he trains his crew in combat, and his sister Princess Tanaraq teaches the other men in combat as well but in waterbending. Being the fact that Tanaraq is a master waterbender.
Most of the men that are waterbenders, are medium skilled in waterbending, and can fend for themselves. Other half of the men are warriors being trained by Prince Unaraq, he envisions them in the future not only being a fishermen crew, but also an elite team of waterbenders and warriors who protect the city from harm, when they're present.
Prince Unaraq, and the other half of the men are skilled warriors, some are still in training and often train in their spare time. Rather, than fishing the seas for fish.
Princess Tanaraq, and the other half of the men are skilled waterbenders, some are still in training and often train in their spare time. Rather, than fishing the seas for fish.
- Most of the men don't have names.
- One of the waterbenders has a dark secret. (Book 2 Spoiler Alert)
- Inspired by the Dai Li.
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