|By King Bumis Heir||Part of thecontinuity.|
Early Life Edit
Born into royalty of the Southern Water Tribe, as crowned prince, and future chief. Unaraq lived his childhood famously. Chief Unirak, took Unaraq into the wild often to learn how to survive in the wilderness and the icy cold lands of the South Pole and also trained him to be a warrior. As child he saw a man fishing at a near glacier, and was surprised how well the man fished.
Since, he saw the man fishing near a glacier, he seemed to have a passion for fishing. People think wrong of him being a fisherman, when he's royalty he shouldn't be fishing. Unaraq should be doing better things, like war meetings or plans, or whatever princes' do. Unaraq finds that stuff boring, and to pass the time his hobby is fishing and selling the fish to any of the other nations.
Unaraq is also a skilled warrior for his age, since his father took him out into the wilderness at such a young age and trained him in the art of the warrior. His favorite weapon is his whale-tooth spiked club. Unaraq only uses the Saber-tooth Cat knife to skin game.
Meeting the Avatar Edit
In Chapter 3, Avatar Rong Yan wanted to meet the cook who had made him the delicious fish. When the fish redirected him to the fisherman that caught the fish, and gave the credit to him. He met Unaraq and his crew.
Not knowing anything of Unaraq being royalty, he thanked him for the meal and Unaraq and the crew went on their way.
Crossing Paths Again Edit
Unaraq was reintroduced to Avatar Rong Yan by his father Chief Unirak. Rong Yan and Prince Unaraq had quickly recognized eachother and knew that they've met before back at the Fire Nation eons ago.
Reuniting again, they soon became friends, and their destinies have intertwined. Now Unaraq along with his sister the princess have joined Rong Yan in his quest to master the four elements.
Hand to Hand Combat Edit
Book One: Air Edit
Book Two: Water Edit
|Tribal Prince of the Southern Water Tribe|
643 BSC - 575 BSC
| Succeeded by|
Unknown, eventually Sokka
|Tribal Chief of the Southern Water Tribe|
575 BSC - 510 BSC (65 Years)
| Succeeded by|
Unknown, eventually Chief Hakoda
- Couldn't think of a name, so I named him like Bryke is naming everyother new Water Tribe male.
- He'll probably look like one of the raqs with their features, hey maybe he's one their ancestors? Who knows. (Spoiler Alert? Maybe? Ok.)
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