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The following information is not considered canon.
Malu, commonly referred to as the "ghost witch of the mountain", was an airbender from the Eastern Air Temple. A mysterious figure with supposed mystical powers, she fled to the Earth Kingdom following the Fire Nation's first attacks that started the Hundred Year War.
Malu was born to two airbending monks and raised in the Easter Air Temple. When the Fire Nation attacked the Air Nomads during the passing of Sozin's Comet, her mother hid her away in a cave in order to keep her save. As such, Malu survived the raid, though her parents were among the first casualties in the war.
For years, Malu lived a solitary existence, teaching herself airbending. Despite lacking a teacher, she quickly mastered the art, which helped her to survive. It was not until 10 AG that she came out of hiding and began attacking Fire Nation soldiers. She became a legend in the Earth Kingdom as an enigmatic beauty who supposedly controlled the spirits and could appear and vanish at will.
Afterward, some claimed she eventually made her home in the mountain passes, and villagers paid tribute to the spirit who had protected the forest.
Known appearances in cards
|Card number||Card name||Type||Rarity|
|127||Malu, reclusive orphan||ally||uncommon|
- "Malu" is the Indonesian and Malay word for "shyness", which would fit her rather elusive nature.
- "Malu" is also the Polynesian word for "gentle wind" or "calm wind", which befits her status as an airbender.
- Malu was the only female Air Nomad shown who had not acquired her tattoos until the introduction of Jinora and Ikki in The Legend of Korra.