This page is move protected.

This page is comprised of Mai's relationships with other characters in the world of Avatar. Mai shared a series of complex relationships with others, often stemming from conflicting personalities.



"I was a rich only child who got anything I wanted. As long as I behaved ... and sat still ... and didn't speak unless spoken. My mother said I had to keep out of trouble. We had my dad's political career to think about."
Mai talking about her family.[1]

Mai and her family.

Mai was born into one of the wealthiest families in the Fire Nation, her father, Ukano, being a prominent politician[2] who eventually became the governor of Omashu, later renamed New Ozai.[3] Growing up, her father was still rising among the ranks and therefore, the family became preoccupied with achieving higher favor with the Fire Lord. As Ukano's only child for a while, Mai was expected to behave properly among the politicians in order to ensure her father's respectability was preserved. As a result, she was taught to keep her opinions and emotions to herself; her personal needs were always second to her parents'.[1]

Mai leaving her defeated father, taking Tom-Tom with her.

Mai eventually encountered her father again, following her breakup with Zuko during the events of the Harmony Restoration Movement. Discovering him to be the leader of the "New Ozai Society", a movement loyal to Fire Lord Ozai, whose aim was to restore him to the throne and to overthrow the "usurper", Zuko, she protested his actions. The animosity between father and daughter grew, as Ukano desired Mai to join him, deeming her to be a valuable asset to his organization due to her knowledge about Zuko. However, Mai did not agree with him and was further incensed by the fact that he had included Tom-Tom in his organization. In defiance, she took Tom-Tom with her and severed her ties with her father,[4] though she kept track of his actions and actively worked to thwart them. When she encountered him a next time, she called him and his beliefs "insane", though nonetheless allowed him to escape. She did not say he was involved until it was extremely necessary and, when saying goodbye to him due to his imprisioment, decided to remind his bravery for cutting ties with Azula.

Coming from a wealthy family, Mai was spoiled as long as she remained in line and her mother Michi encouraged her to indulge in their riches.[3] Finding little comfort in material things, craving excitement and freedom instead, Mai displayed a rebellious attitude toward her parents and eventually left home to join Azula on her quest to capture Zuko and Iroh.[1] Though estranged from her father, Mai reunited with her mother, who had since left her husband and taken up residence at Mura's as well. While Michi expressed deep regret at her husband's endangerment of their children and was content to be living with her children at Mura's, Mai remained indifferent.[5]


"You brought my little brother to a place like this?"
Mai confronting her father.[4]

Mai taking Tom-Tom with her to avoid his indoctrination.

Mai's little brother, Tom-Tom, was born two years prior to the return of Avatar Aang. During their stay in Omashu, her family agreed to exchange the imprisoned King Bumi for Tom-Tom, who accidentally wound up with the Avatar's group when they fled Omashu. During the exchange, Mai appeared eager to get her brother back, but Princess Azula criticized that trading a powerful earthbender king for a toddler was foolish. After considering this prospect, Mai unhesitatingly let the Avatar's group keep Tom-Tom, demonstrating a callous disregard for her baby brother.[3]

After her breakup with Zuko and during her date with Kei Lo, Mai ran into Tom-Tom again after being led to the New Ozai Society. Upon seeing her, Tom-Tom was very happy to see his sister, whom he had been missing very much. She embraced her brother and voiced anger at the fact that her father had brought him to a place where the movement was hoarding weapons for battle, exhibiting a strong sense of protectiveness over him not displayed a year before. When her father urged her to join the movement against Zuko, Mai collected her brother and fought off the loyalists who tried to capture her as she attempted to escape, and quickly defeated the entire group before she or her brother came to harm. After fleeing the scene, she returned to her aunt Mura's flower shop where she worked with Tom-Tom in close company. Tom-Tom demonstrated concern for his older sister as she sulked over a picture of herself and Zuko together.[4]

Weeks later, Mai reunited with Ty Lee and repeated her disgust of how her father had endangered Tom-Tom by involving him in the New Ozai Society rebellion. When her brother was kidnapped several weeks later by the Kemurikage, Mai tried to save him, though failed. However, her desire to protect him was greater than her anger with Zuko, as she agreed to enlist his help to rescue Tom-Tom.[5]

The warden

"The warden's my uncle, you idiot."
Mai to Zuko.[6]

Mai appeared to have a strong relationship with the warden, her uncle. He seemed to care deeply about her state of happiness as he was more than willing to inform her, as opposed to the Fire Lord, of Zuko's capture at the Boiling Rock, deeming it a punishment for his abandonment.[7] In addition, the warden "pulled a few strings" for her, releasing her after she was imprisoned there under Azula's orders.[8] This revealed he truly cares for her, despite the fact that Mai had tarnished her uncle's zero-escape record at the prison, a record the warden took enormous pride in, through aiding Zuko's escape.[6]


"Mai, I didn't hire you just because I needed the help. I'd also hoped that being around flowers all day would cheer you up. "
Mura talking to Mai.[4]

Mura was a compassionate aunt toward Mai and tried to cheer her up by hiring her to work at the shop after her breakup with Zuko. She expressed much excitement toward her niece when she was asked out on a date by Kei Lo, as when Tom-Tom tried to show his sister the flower from their aunt, Mura told him not to bother her because she believed Mai was thinking about the good time she had the night before on her date.[4]

Love interests


"I think it means ... I actually kind of like you."
Mai to Zuko.[8]

Mai and Zuko.

As children of the Fire Nation royal court, Mai and Zuko were acquaintances. She harbored feelings for him as a younger child, blushing when she caught sight of him walking by.[9] When Azula decided to make fun of their little crushes on each other, she invented a game that involved Azula putting an apple on Mai's head and lighting it on fire. When he saw the potential danger, Zuko ran to get the apple off Mai's head, and in doing so ended up knocking both of them into a fountain.

After the Avatar was thought dead, the princess and Ty Lee arranged a date between the two when Zuko voiced reluctance to return to the Fire Nation. The couple quickly unfolded the ruse and set off to explore the city. When they ran into Jin, Mai decided to play along when Zuko told Jin she was a knife thrower at the circus where they performed. During an attempt to perform the same act, Jin nearly hit Zuko, causing him to fall into the fountain. She proceeded to lean over him with a smug smile and whisper, "Now we're even." At the end of the date, the two reminisced their childhood and shared a kiss.[10]

Being in Zuko's presence tended to bring out a more passionate side of Mai. Her normally pessimistic, dull attitude was overshadowed by a show of happiness and affection when she spent time with him.[11] They continued their relationship with Mai exhibiting strong feelings for Zuko and vice versa.[11] Their relationship went through a slight rough patch in the Ember Island, where the two broke up temporarily during Zuko's fit of temper. They soon got back together after confessing their issues.[1] Mai was very concerned about Zuko's conflict about his father and the war, so she tried to make him feel more comfortable. During the invasion of the Fire Nation, Zuko left the Fire Nation to join the Avatar. He left her a note,[12] stating that he was breaking up with her.[6]

Mai confronting Zuko in the Boiling Rock's interrogation room.

Mai later confronted Zuko when he was imprisoned, stating that he broke her heart. When the prison guards were ordered to cut the lines of the gondola Zuko was riding to escape the Boiling Rock, she intervened and aided his escape by fighting. When questioned for her actions, she replied, "Saving the jerk who dumped me." Azula, outraged at her betrayal and willingness to aid her brother, ordered her to be imprisoned.[6] After Ozai was overthrown, Mai reunited with Zuko and helped him get dressed for his coronation. She forgave him for his past actions and confessed her feelings for him. The two kissed, but she hastily warned him never to "break up with [her] again."[8]

Mai and Zuko maintained a strong relationship well over a year after the Hundred Year War, even as the Harmony Restoration Movement began to fail. After several failed assassination attempts on him, including one from a would-be assassin from the colony of Yu Dao, Zuko left the Royal City to confront the colonists there while failing to inform her of his intentions. She feared for his safety and only learned about his departure from the city soldiers, which seemed to hurt her as he did not confide in his intent to go to the Earth Kingdom. She confronted Zuko about this when he returned, conveying sadness and concern for Zuko as he was no longer in a balanced state of mind, prompting him to apologize for his actions.

Mai breaking up with Zuko after he hid his visits to his father from her.

During his trip to Yu Dao, Mai personally asked the Kyoshi Warriors to protect Zuko from any further assassinations, feeling the Imperial Guards simply weren't skilled enough to do so. She continued to comfort and support Zuko as he mulled over how to restore order to the restless colonies. It was through this crisis that her dedication to Zuko was further emphasized, with her going to great lengths to protect him and demonstrating visible concern for his well-being.[13] Over time, however, Mai grew upset and tired with Zuko's keeping of secrets from her, stating that he "loved [his] secrets more than [her]". After finding out through Suki about Zuko's repeated visits to his father, she broke up with him, leaving the Royal Palace despite Zuko stating that he loved her.[14]

Despite choosing to end their relationship, Mai still felt some affection toward Zuko, as she pined over a picture of her former boyfriend after rescuing her brother from a meeting of the New Ozai Society.[4] She continued to protect him, using Kei Lo for information on her father's plans and enlisting help from her friends in the Kyoshi Warriors, though remained doubtful about their relationship. Nevertheless, Mai accepted Zuko's assistance when the Kemurikage kidnapped Tom-Tom though remained largely distant toward him, only making offhand responses to his remarks. When the two were left alone outside of the first Fire Lord's crypt, she scolded Zuko for stating that he missed her and admitted that she did not feel as strongly about Kei Lo as she did about Zuko, though that was as she needed it to be after Zuko broke her heart twice.

After the group returned to the Fire Nation Capital, Mai expressed her frustration at Zuko's disregard for other's feelings to Kei Lo and realized that she was still preoccupied with Zuko's actions. Although she reminisced over her past relationship in her room and looked at a picture of her with Zuko, she promptly set the image aside to look at one of her and Tom-Tom, prioritizing her family over her feelings.[15]

Kei Lo

Mai met Kei Lo in the weeks following her breakup with Zuko, as he visited her aunt's flower shop and bought her flowers to show his affection. Although she was indifferent to his gestures, she eventually reluctantly agreed to go out with him on Mura's encouragement. During their date, Kei Lo amused Mai with his jokes and antics, though she denied such feelings when questioned on it. When Kei Lo brought her to a meeting of the New Ozai Society, she disarmed the entire rebel force present, including Kei Lo, who tried to insist his affection was genuine before being dealt a knockout punch.

In spite of this first encounter, Kei Lo continued to see Mai, who realized she could use him to thwart her father's intentions. Meeting often in the weeks that followed, she feigned affection for Kei Lo, putting on an uncharacteristically enthusiastic facade as she pried him for information. In truth, she felt little genuine affection for him, seeing him as a "patsy" of her father. Even after Ty Lee monitored Kei Lo on her request and sensed no malicious intent, she refused to trust him. Due to Kei Lo's warning, Mai and Ty Lee were able to devise a decoy operation in order to help Zuko return to the capital safely, though it failed. Although Kei Lo abandoned the Society during the battle, she rounded on him, demanding answers. He insisted that the Society knew he was meeting her and fed him false information regarding the location of the ambush. He aided Mai as she went to confront her father, though was injured in the process. She later helped him get home, and when Kei Lo repeated his true feelings for her, she stated in a more genuine manner that she now trusted him.

A month later, Mai questioned Kei Lo again on why he left the Society, expressing doubt and confusion as to why he would do so for her. He admitted that he wanted to find a place where he belonged due to spending much of his life as an orphan, though now that he had found her, he felt that he belonged to someone, nearly prompting a kiss from she though their conversation was interrupted by the arrival of assailants dressed as the Kemurikage, who abducted her brother before she or Kei Lo could stop them.[5] Mai and Kei Lo became increasingly affectionate following the incident, with the latter even calling her "babe". She allowed Kei Lo to guide her in picking the locks within the Dragonbone Catacombs, remarking how impressed she was with her boyfriend's skills. However, she admitted to Zuko shortly thereafter that she did not feel as strongly about Kei Lo as she did for him, and that she allowed herself to be in a relationship with Kei Lo since she would not be heartbroken if the relationship ended. After the group's return to the Fire Nation Capital, Mai used her concern over Tom-Tom as a way to excuse her comments about Zuko and subsequently kissed Kei Lo to reassure him that she did not feel anything for the Fire Lord.[15] The two later ended their relationship, with Kei Lo leaving Mai's presence in tears.


Ty Lee

"Zuko, leave her alone."
Mai to Zuko.[1]

Mai and Ty Lee.

Ty Lee is Mai's best friend whom she met at the Royal Fire Academy for Girls as younger children. When younger, Ty Lee enjoyed playing pranks on her, partaking in a trick Azula devised to embarrass both Mai and Zuko, who were childhood sweethearts.[9] Despite Mai's pessimistic attitude and Ty Lee's flightiness, which occasionally led to personality clashes between the two, the two held a mutual respect for each other. Ty Lee often tried to encourage Mai to be more open and outgoing.

Ty Lee and Mai reunited years later in Omashu when Azula recruited the two to aid her in her mission to capture Zuko and Iroh.[3] The two were happy to see each other and continually cooperated in battle with the Avatar and the Earth Kingdom Army.[16] When Azula was preoccupied elsewhere, Mai and Ty Lee always battled alongside each other. They proved more than a match for their enemies with their combined skills of chi blocking and shuriken-jutsu.[17]

Ty Lee and Mai continued to enjoy each other's company upon returning to the Fire Nation after capturing Ba Sing Se, the Earth Kingdom capital.[18] They spent a weekend on Ember Island together along with Zuko and Azula. While vacationing there, their personalities once again clashed; however, after open confessions about their troubled lifestyles, they grew to understand each other's problems.[1] Ty Lee accompanied Azula and Mai to the Boiling Rock prison where Zuko and his allies were attempting an escape. Azula left him to die in the boiling lake surrounding the prison, prompting Mai to save his life by fighting the guards. Horrified that Azula would hurt Mai for her actions, Ty Lee promptly disabled the princess with her chi blocking when the latter prepared to attack, much to Mai's surprise. They tried to escape together, but were soon arrested and imprisoned for betraying the princess.[6]

After the two girls were released from prison with the Hundred Year War's conclusion,[8] Mai and Ty Lee maintained a strong friendship, despite not being together all that often. As such, she entrusted Ty Lee and the Kyoshi Warriors with Zuko's protection following several threats made against his life[13] and tolerated being hugged by her. Mai's trust in her Ty Lee continued to be strong, as she readily enlisted her help to gauge Kei Lo's true intentions and learn more about Ukano's plans for overthrowing Zuko. Their friendship was comfortable enough that they could voice criticism about each other, as Ty Lee berated Mai for feigning affection for Kei Lo to get him to talk, scolding her for being "fake" and dishonest, while Mai chided Ty Lee for being what she saw as petty. Nevertheless, the two continued to support each other and made an effective team in combat.[5]

Team Avatar

"I thought when Ty Lee and I finally caught you guys, it would be more exciting."
Mai to Sokka and Katara after Ty Lee and she defeated them.[17]

Mai and Team Avatar.

Mai was an enemy of Team Avatar throughout most of the series. After allying with Azula, she was more than happy to engage them in combat; despite their bending skills, She was more than a match for any member of the team, managing to defeat (an albeit sleep deprived) Katara in a matter of seconds [17] and disabling the Kyoshi Warriors.[19] Katara was the sole member of Team Avatar who managed to catch her off-guard, immobilizing Mai's arm in an ice encasing before Ty Lee blocked the waterbender's chi.[3] Mai took part in the fall of Ba Sing Se, but continued to display a nonchalant attitude, not making any effort to prevent Sokka and Toph from rescuing the Earth King's pet bear.[18]

Mai was imprisoned during the final weeks of the War due to her betrayal of Azula for helping Zuko flee the Boiling Rock Prison after Azula left him for dead. In doing so, she unintentionally saved former enemies Sokka and Suki.[6] When she was released from prison following the conclusion of the War, she made peace with Team Avatar and befriended them. She joined the team at the Jasmine Dragon, where she played Pai Sho with Suki and teased Sokka over his mediocre drawing of the group.[8]

After the war, Mai came to value her bond with Team Avatar, enlisting Ty Lee, Suki, and the other Kyoshi Warriors to help protect Zuko after several attempts on his life.[13] When Tom-Tom was believed to be kidnapped by the Kemurikage, she warmly greeted Aang and readily accepted his help in tracking down the perpetrators.[5]



"You miscalculated. I love Zuko more than I fear you."
Mai to Azula.[6]

Mai and Azula.

Mai and Princess Azula first met as children at the Royal Fire Academy for Girls and had been friends for many years. As children, Azula enjoyed teasing Mai and playing pranks on her, especially after noticing Mai's crush on her brother Zuko. In one incident, Azula tricked Zuko into knocking Mai into a fountain by setting fire to an apple she placed on Mai's head. However, she was not harmed, being instead clearly irritated and could have potentially been injured.

Azula reunited with Mai in the occupied city of Omashu and recruited her as a member of her elite team tasked with capturing Iroh and Zuko. She appeared glad to see Azula and readily accepted the princess' request, seeing it as an opportunity to escape Omashu, which she dreaded. Prior to their departure, her father, the governor, agreed to exchange King Bumi to the Earth Kingdom Resistance in return for his son Tom-Tom, who had accidentally followed Team Avatar and the Omashu civilians when they were evacuated from the city. Azula put Mai in charge of the exchange, but was able to manipulate Mai into calling off the deal and surrendering Tom-Tom to the enemy. She complied, an action that endangered Tom-Tom's life in the battle that followed.[3]

Mai openly cooperated with Azula's efforts to capture Zuko, Iroh, and the Avatar, and was an active participant in the capture of Ba Sing Se.[18] However, she also displayed a lack of regard for her orders. When the Fire Nation attempted to drill through the Outer Wall of Ba Sing Se, she refused to pursue Sokka and Katara through the drill's slurry system, saying that Azula could "shoot all the lightning she [wanted]" at her.[16] She refused to fight Team Avatar in Ba Sing Se out of boredom, allowing them to merely take the Earth King's bear Bosco away, without any struggle.[18] Azula decided to return to the Fire Nation with her imprisoned uncle Iroh and drag Zuko along. When he refused, Azula used Zuko and Mai's childhood crushes on each other to convince him otherwise, arranging a dinner date between the two. The two caught on to her scheme; however, they did eventually reunite and Zuko agreed to come home.[10]

After the group returned home, Mai and Azula's relationship underwent noticeable tension. While Mai and Zuko were enjoying a romantic picnic near the Fire Nation Capital, Azula interrupted them in order to speak with Zuko. When they refused, Azula forced her to leave by lying that Ty Lee needed help with her tangled braid. She complied, but gave Azula a quick, venomous glare as she passed.[20] During the group's stay on Ember Island, they revealed the stories of their rough childhoods to each other. When Azula analyzed the reasons for Mai's lack of emotions, Mai demanded the princess leave her alone.[1] Mai informed Zuko of a war meeting to which Azula was invited. Zuko was not told of this beforehand and the two of them became suspicious of Azula.[21]

Mai brandishing one of her stilettos at the outset of her impending fight with Azula, before the latter was disabled by Ty Lee.

Mai and Azula's friendship finally came to an end during the events on the Boiling Rock. When the girls learned that Zuko had been captured at the Boiling Rock, Mai, along with Azula and Ty Lee, went to the prison to interrogate Zuko on his reasons for leaving them on the Day of Black Sun to help the Avatar. When Zuko attempted to escape with his friend Sokka and some of the prisoners, Azula and Ty Lee fought them on the gondola. The guards attempted to cut the lines above the boiling lake, so Azula left the group to die. However, Mai witnessed this and betrayed Azula to save Zuko's life by fighting the guards.[6] She was arrested afterward where Azula proceeded to interrogate her. When asked why she aided Zuko, she stated that Azula did not know her as well as she previously conceived and said, "I love Zuko more than I fear you." Azula became enraged and attempted to strike Mai down, who prepared to fight her with her knives. However, before either could strike, Ty Lee disabled Azula to save Mai, leading to the two girls' arrest. Mai and Ty Lee gave Azula one last look of defiance before they were dragged into the prison.[6]

Even after the Hundred Year War's conclusion, Mai never forgave Azula for her actions and kept referring to her as a "lunatic" while fearing the worst if the princess would ever come back for her.[5] When she encountered Azula once again after the princess manipulated her Fire Warriors to act as the Kemurikage and capture children (including Mai's brother), the two engaged in a fight in which Azula complimented her skills yet mocked her relationships again.


  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6 Mattila, Katie (writer) & Dos Santos, Joaquim (director). (October 19, 2007). "The Beach". Avatar: The Last Airbender. Season 3. Episode 5. Nickelodeon.
  2. From older Avatar: The Last Airbender official site, originally on Encyclopedia now broken, archived at The Lost Lore of Avatar Aang - Character: Mai.
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 3.5 Ehasz, Elizabeth Welch (writer) & Spaulding, Ethan (director). (April 7, 2006). "Return to Omashu". Avatar: The Last Airbender. Season 2. Episode 3. Nickelodeon.
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 4.3 4.4 4.5 Yang, Gene Luen (writer), Hill, Ryan (artist), Heisler, Michael (letterer). "Rebound" (May 4, 2013), Dark Horse Comics.
  5. 5.0 5.1 5.2 5.3 5.4 5.5 DiMartino, Michael Dante; Konietzko, Bryan; Yang, Gene Luen (writer), Sasaki of Gurihiru (penciling, inking), Kawano of Gurihiru (colorist), Heisler, Michael; Comicraft (letterer). Smoke and Shadow Part One (September 23, 2015), Dark Horse Comics.
  6. 6.0 6.1 6.2 6.3 6.4 6.5 6.6 6.7 6.8 Hamilton, Joshua (writer) & Spaulding, Ethan (director). (July 16, 2008). "The Boiling Rock, Part 2". Avatar: The Last Airbender. Season 3. Episode 15. Nickelodeon.
  7. Chan, May (writer) & Dos Santos, Joaquim (director). (July 16, 2008). "The Boiling Rock, Part 1". Avatar: The Last Airbender. Season 3. Episode 14. Nickelodeon.
  8. 8.0 8.1 8.2 8.3 8.4 DiMartino, Michael Dante, Konietzko, Bryan (writers) & Dos Santos, Joaquim (director). (July 19, 2008). "Sozin's Comet, Part 4: Avatar Aang". Avatar: The Last Airbender. Season 3. Episode 21. Nickelodeon.
  9. 9.0 9.1 Ehasz, Elizabeth Welch (writer) & MacMullan, Lauren (director). (May 12, 2006). "Zuko Alone". Avatar: The Last Airbender. Season 2. Episode 7. Nickelodeon.
  10. 10.0 10.1 Chan, May; Ehasz, Aaron; Mattila, Katie; Wilgus, Alison (writer), Ganter, Amy Kim (artist), Dzioba, Wes (colorist), Comicraft (letterer). "Going Home Again" (September 18, 2007), Nick Mag Presents: Avatar: The Last Airbender.
  11. 11.0 11.1 Ehasz, Aaron (writer) & Volpe, Giancarlo (director). (September 21, 2007). "The Awakening". Avatar: The Last Airbender. Season 3. Episode 1. Nickelodeon.
  12. DiMartino, Michael Dante (writer) & Volpe, Giancarlo (director). (November 30, 2007). "The Day of Black Sun, Part 1: The Invasion". Avatar: The Last Airbender. Season 3. Episode 10. Nickelodeon.
  13. 13.0 13.1 13.2 DiMartino, Michael Dante; Konietzko, Bryan; Yang, Gene Luen (writer), Sasaki of Gurihiru (penciling, inking), Kawano of Gurihiru (colorist), Heisler, Michael; Comicraft (letterer). The Promise Part One (January 25, 2012), Dark Horse Comics.
  14. DiMartino, Michael Dante; Konietzko, Bryan; Yang, Gene Luen (writer), Sasaki of Gurihiru (penciling, inking), Kawano of Gurihiru (colorist), Heisler, Michael; Comicraft (letterer). The Promise Part Two (May 30, 2012), Dark Horse Comics.
  15. 15.0 15.1 DiMartino, Michael Dante; Konietzko, Bryan; Yang, Gene Luen (writer), Sasaki of Gurihiru (penciling, inking), Kawano of Gurihiru (colorist), Heisler, Michael; Comicraft (letterer). Smoke and Shadow Part Two (December 16, 2015), Dark Horse Comics.
  16. 16.0 16.1 DiMartino, Michael Dante, Konietzko, Bryan (writers) & Volpe, Giancarlo (director). (September 15, 2006). "The Drill". Avatar: The Last Airbender. Season 2. Episode 13. Nickelodeon.
  17. 17.0 17.1 17.2 Hamilton, Joshua (writer) & Volpe, Giancarlo (director). (May 26, 2006). "The Chase". Avatar: The Last Airbender. Season 2. Episode 8. Nickelodeon.
  18. 18.0 18.1 18.2 18.3 Ehasz, Aaron (writer) & DiMartino, Michael Dante (director). (December 1, 2006). "The Crossroads of Destiny". Avatar: The Last Airbender. Season 2. Episode 20. Nickelodeon.
  19. Ehasz, Elizabeth Welch (writer) & Volpe, Giancarlo (director). (October 13, 2006). "Appa's Lost Days". Avatar: The Last Airbender. Season 2. Episode 16. Nickelodeon.
  20. O'Bryan, John (writer) & Dos Santos, Joaquim (director). (September 28, 2007). "The Headband". Avatar: The Last Airbender. Season 3. Episode 2. Nickelodeon.
  21. O'Bryan, John (writer) & Spaulding, Ethan (director). (November 16, 2007). "Nightmares and Daydreams". Avatar: The Last Airbender. Season 3. Episode 9. Nickelodeon.
Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted.