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|By VIPBLACKJACKGURL1066||Part of the Avatar: 21st Century Legend continuity.|
| || 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 (and maybe unreleased) chapters of.
|Weapon of choice||
Fast runner, play instrument, athleticism
, , Jara, , Baku, Zen
Nami Hiro, Star, Glimmer, Ji Jang
|Chronological and political information|
Firebending, Basketball, Track and Field, Music
Team Avatar, Boys' Basketball Team, Track and Field Team, Band
Young Sol was born in the Fire Nation. He was a normal student at one of the Fire Nation's finest schools, which were very similar to Sato Academy. Until after he graduated 5th grade, he became a transfer student of Sato Academy. Young Sol had a hard time adjusting and felt homesick. He also had a hard time contacting his parents in the Fire Nation.
He met Zen around second semester and became friends really quick. Zen was also from the Fire Nation and helped Young Sol adjust. When Young Sol finally finished his testing, he made it into all of the advance classes available. Then because of this, he got to give the Avatar the tour that changed his life.
Arrival of the Avatar
When Luka first arrived, Young Sol was very nervous. He was afraid if he messed up or offended Luka, he'd probably be dead. But as they started to get to know each other, he seemed to develop a little crush on Luka. He also tried to cover it up by thing to be the cool guy and started flirting with her.
Unfortunately, that led to a flushed red face through the whole day. He also likes being ahead of the game; when Young Sol, Zen, and Baku are practicing for basketball before the season even starts.
- In Latin, "sol" means sun.
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