- This article is about the object. For the episode in which the scroll was featured, see "The Waterbending Scroll".
The pirate captain later found a nobleman from the Earth Kingdom who was interested in buying the scroll at the price of two hundred gold pieces; however, Team Avatar became interested in purchasing the scroll, and after an unsuccessful attempt at haggling with the pirates, Katara stole it, wishing to learn from the scroll.
- Figure 1-4: Beginning Posture (Ch'i Shih)
- Figure 5-7: Grasp Sparrow's Tail, Ward-off Left Posture (Lan Ch'iao Wei, P'eng, Tso)
- Figure 8-10: Turn and Strike with Heel Posture (Chuan Shen Teng Chiao).
- Figure 11: Squatting Whip Posture (Tan Pien Hsia Shih) （ ）.
- Figure 12: Brush Left Knee and Twist Step Posture (Tso Lou Hsi Yao Pu).
- Figure 13-18: Single Whip Posture (Tan Pien) （ ）
- Figure 19-20: Grasp Sparrow's Tail, Press (Lan Ch'iao Wei, Chi)
- Figure 21-22: Grasp Sparrow's Tail, Push (Lan Ch'iao Wei, An)
- The move on the top of the scroll is the same move that Pakku, as the shadowed waterbender in the opening, demonstrates.
- The book The Lost Scrolls: Water states that the waterbending scroll contains ancient techniques believed to be lost forever.
- The illustrations on the waterbending scroll are based on the 24-step form of Tai Chi.
- All of the moves shown on the scroll are used in the series.
- The waterbending scroll in The Last Airbender is much larger and more elaborate than the one in the show it is based on. It is also found in an Earth Kingdom town in the movie, as opposed to a pirate boat in the show.
- The only move that Katara is known to have tried from the scroll is the water whip.
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 "The Waterbending Scroll". John O'Bryan (writer) & Anthony Lioi (director). Avatar: The Last Airbender. Nickelodeon. April 29, 2005. No. 9, Book One: Water
- ↑ The Lost Scrolls: Water, page thirty-seven of The Lost Scrolls Collection.
- ↑ "The Library". John O'Bryan (writer) & Giancarlo Volpe (director). Avatar: The Last Airbender. Nickelodeon. July 14, 2006. No. 10, Book Two: Earth
- ↑ Kisu on The Legend of Korra. Retrieved on June 3, 2012.