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Metog is the leader of the Peace Lily Society, an anti-war and anti-military movement that formed in response to the conflicts of the early 170s AG. Metog is more zealous than most of the group's members in her commitment to non-violence, and she strongly opposes the use of spirit vine energy.

History[]

Metog was a lecturer at Republic City University,[1] but left her profession at some point to become the elected leader of the Peace Lily Society. Metog went a step further than the rest of the society by swearing off all worldly possessions and only using what was donated to her.[2]

Metog and the rest of the Peace Lily Society were driven to stop the use of spirit vine energy, as they opposed the use of technology and weapons invented through the oppression of the Earth Kingdom's people. The group expanded its rhetoric to speak out against the technology's dangers, and many of the group's members began to protest outside the laboratory of Juniper Kim, a former Earth Empire scientist who developed peacetime uses for spirit energy canisters.[3][4] Metog personally led direct protests outside the laboratory, insisting that action had to be taken to remove the weapons if the authorities would not do it.[4] When the spirit energy canisters went missing, the Peace Lily Society were among the suspects, as well as the Rising Flame Triad and the Equalists.[3][4]

Personality[]

Opponents of the Peace Lily Society find Metog to be an insufferable hypocrite, appearing above all conflict while being incredibly condescending and passive-aggressive. It was impossible for her to forgive and forget the effects of the war. While Metog means well, there is no room for compromise in her world. Many remark that it is lucky Metog has taken the path of non-violence, as she would otherwise be deadly indeed.[2]

Abilities[]

Metog is an accomplished earthbender, but only uses her powers defensively. Her signature moves include raising a defensive stone shield, and relying on her fast movement to keep herself out of the worst of harm's way.[2]

Appearances[]

Avatar Legends: The Roleplaying Game[]

References[]

  1. Avatar Legends: The Roleplaying Game. Starter Set, Adventure Booklet, pg. 29.
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 Avatar Legends: The Roleplaying Game. Starter Set, Adventure Booklet, pg. 28.
  3. 3.0 3.1 Avatar Legends: The Roleplaying Game. Starter Set, Adventure Booklet, pg. 20.
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 Avatar Legends: The Roleplaying Game. Starter Set, Adventure Booklet, pg. 22.
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