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"Avatar" - Book Three: Fire [1] Quiz


As Aang and co. head into the Fire Nation in the third season of "Avatar: The Last Airbender", they prepare for their greatest fight yet. Good luck!

A multiple-choice quiz by kyleisalive. Estimated time: 3 mins.
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Author
kyleisalive
Time
3 mins
Type
Multiple Choice
Quiz #
402,876
Updated
Sep 01 23
# Qns
11
Difficulty
Average
Avg Score
8 / 11
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63
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Question 1 of 11
1. Chapter One: 'The Awakening'

Who convinces Aang to keep his being alive a secret?
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Question 2 of 11
2. Chapter Two: 'The Headband'

After stealing new clothes, Aang is forced to go to which of these to avoid blowing his cover?
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Question 3 of 11
3. Chapter Three: 'The Painted Lady'

The Fire Nation village the gang visits is polluted by which of these?
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Question 4 of 11
4. Chapter Four: 'Sokka's Master'

While in the Fire Nation, Sokka assumes training under a sword master. He makes his own sword out of which of these?
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Question 5 of 11
5. Chapter Five: 'The Beach'

Who spends this episode on Ember Island?


Question 6 of 11
6. Chapter Six: 'The Avatar and the Fire Lord'

Avatar Roku perished in which of these events?
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Question 7 of 11
7. Chapter Seven: 'The Runaway'

Who is regarded by the authorities as 'The Runaway'?
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Question 8 of 11
8. Chapter Eight: 'The Puppetmaster'

Hama, a waterbender, is able to train Katara to wield what dangerous bending ability?
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Question 9 of 11
9. Chapter Nine: 'Nightmares and Daydreams'

When the group arrives at the invasion rendezvous point early, who suffers from awful nightmares?
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Question 10 of 11
10. Chapter Ten: 'The Day of Black Sun, Part 1: The Invasion'

The invading forces arrive in the Fire Nation capital to find which of these?
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Question 11 of 11
11. Chapter Eleven: 'The Day of Black Sun, Part 2: The Eclipse'

In retaliation to his father's plans, Zuko announces which of these?



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Quiz Answer Key and Fun Facts
1. Chapter One: 'The Awakening' Who convinces Aang to keep his being alive a secret?

Answer: Avatar Roku

When Aang awakens from a long sleep he finds himself on a Fire Nation ship wrapped in bandages, and though he's initially worried, he soon comes to discover he's amongst friends. The world believes Aang to be dead after the battle in Ba Sing Se, so he and the others are in the unique situation of having the element of surprise.

Zuko, having sided with Azula during the end of the battle in Ba Sing Se, returns home as well to be celebrated by his father, Fire Lord Ozai, for killing the Avatar. Uncle Iroh, considered a traitor, is imprisoned upon their arrival. Zuko keeps it a secret that there's a possibility Aang could have survived.

Though a modified invasion plan is made to take advantage of the upcoming eclipse, Aang decides to go alone, grabbing his glider and taking to the sky to storm the Fire Nation alone. It's then that he's stopped by a vision of Avatar Roku who, with wise words, convinces him to exercise patience. He will redeem him and save the world. As the others find him by morning, he leaves his glider to burn in the fire of a volcano.
2. Chapter Two: 'The Headband' After stealing new clothes, Aang is forced to go to which of these to avoid blowing his cover?

Answer: School

Zuko, becoming restless with his sister's plans in the event Aang survived the attack in Ba Sing Se, wanders the royal palace. He speaks with his imprisoned uncle, berating him for not siding with him in Ba Sing Se. The worry leads him to a rash decision; he hires an assassin to pursue Aang should he be alive.

Aang and co., meanwhile, are actually in the Fire Nation, so Zuko isn't wrong to be thinking worriedly. The group steals new clothing from a local village, outfitting themselves to blend in with the locals, but Aang mistakenly grabs a school uniform and, held to 'returning to class', joins a school in session to avoid detection. He takes on the name 'Kuzon', which belonged to a former friend who lived in the region.

It's all a ploy for Aang to learn more about the Fire Nation, but Aang has trouble blending in, even leading his fellow students to join a school dance. He is, however, forced to flee to evade being caught by the teachers.
3. Chapter Three: 'The Painted Lady' The Fire Nation village the gang visits is polluted by which of these?

Answer: A factory

As Aang and the group pass through the Fire Nation they find a village sitting in the middle of a murky, polluted river kept unhealthy by a metal factory created by the army. Katara, refusing to turn her back on the villagers in need, concocts a plan to stay and help, even though the gang knows that they need to keep to a strict schedule to reach the Fire Lord.

In the night, a mysterious woman known only as 'The Painted Lady' arrives at the small town and aids the villagers. Though she was believed to be a figure of local lore, the night's events prove otherwise. In truth, however, Katara is the one visiting the people of the river, posing as their spirit. When Aang realizes the truth, he realizes the cause and helps her by destroying the munitions factory to save the river.

The plan backfires when the army, concerned about the loss of their munitions building, arrives to fight off the attackers, but fortunately, Aang and the others are able to protect them and carry on with their quest.
4. Chapter Four: 'Sokka's Master' While in the Fire Nation, Sokka assumes training under a sword master. He makes his own sword out of which of these?

Answer: Meteorite

After a meteor crashes and nearly destroys a local town, Sokka realizes that his lack of bending abilities may be to his detriment, and it's for this reason that he seeks out a master swordsman, aiming to avoid being so regular. Piandao, who lives in the castle nearby, allows Sokka to be his student, even if, as Sokka later reveals, he's not part of the Fire Nation. It's during this time that Sokka uses the earlier meteorite to craft his own sword.

Fortunately, Sokka's true identity isn't a hinderance, even as he makes light of his master's unorthodox training regimen. Piandao admits that swordsmanship belongs to everybody and that it's Sokka's creativity and versatility that makes him well-suited as a fighter. After a duel, he wishes him well on the rest of his journey and gifts Sokka a white lotus Pai Sho tile as the group departs.

In prison, meanwhile Uncle Iroh plays the fool and hones his strength, planning to break out when the time is right.
5. Chapter Five: 'The Beach' Who spends this episode on Ember Island?

Answer: Zuko

Aang and the others manage to get a day to spend at a secluded beach but Aang, carelessly playing about at a waterfall, gets spotted by Fire Nation guards. While the message from the guards doesn't make it to the Fire Lord, it does get intercepted by someone just as bad-- an Fire Nation assassin, hired by Zuko, with a powerful third eye. The group nearly gets caught, but they manage to escape on Appa's back.

Zuko, Azula, and co., meanwhile, are sent to Ember Island for a forced vacation, much to Zuko's frustration. The time is interesting. Zuko tries to flirt with Mai on the beach and the four manage to eke out some quality bonding time.
6. Chapter Six: 'The Avatar and the Fire Lord' Avatar Roku perished in which of these events?

Answer: Volcanic eruption

As Aang and Zuko both come closer to understanding their true goals, both are given insight that allows them to understand the actions of the past generation.

While Avatar Roku and Fire Lord Sozin were friends, the latter believed that ruling the world would be to the great benefit of everyone. Roku, however, knew that this could not be the case; balance would be needed to help people. In the midst of a natural disaster, Sozin purposely failed to save Roku from perishing in a blast of volcanic gas, putting into motion his plan to let the Fire Nation lead. What followed was Sozin's assault on the air temples of the world though Aang, the reincarnated Avatar, was able to evade him at every turn.

Zuko, recognizing his ancestors' role in the story, speaks to his Uncle Iroh in prison and struggles with his own role in the future. Iroh says that only Zuko, as the great-grandchild of both Avatar Roku and Fire Lord Sozin, can cleanse the Fire Nation of their sins. Aang, meanwhile, finds the need for balance himself and believes that the Fire Nation and Fire Lord Ozai must be treated like they're worth giving a chance.
7. Chapter Seven: 'The Runaway' Who is regarded by the authorities as 'The Runaway'?

Answer: Toph

After a bout of training, Aang and the others head into a nearby Fire Nation village and find that they've nearly run out of money. Toph, however, manages to grift a local scam artist, collecting a small windfall to feed the crew. Katara, however, disagrees with the ethics behind their decisions, and when Toph's actions start getting the attention of the local authorities, things get dire.

Katara and Toph have a major argument over the scams, but the pair make up in order to take on the ultimate scam-- turn Toph into the authorities and claim the reward, then have her metalbend out of jail. Unfortunately, not only is Toph placed into a wooden cell, but Zuko's assassin has located them.

Katara is able to get herself and Toph out of the cell by waterbending her sweat and the group is able to escape the assassin's clutches, but just barely.
8. Chapter Eight: 'The Puppetmaster' Hama, a waterbender, is able to train Katara to wield what dangerous bending ability?

Answer: Bloodbending

Aang and the group come across a new village and find that something mysterious is amiss. Toph senses people underneath a nearby mountain, screaming, before an elderly innkeeper by the name of Hama finds them camped out in the woods. She invites them to her inn and lets them know about the disappearances-- always at the full moon.

But that's not the only odd thing. Hama, as the group soon discovers, is not from the Fire Nation. She's actually a member of the Southern Water Tribe and a waterbender. In her youth, sixty years ago, she was kidnapped from her home and brought to the village she lives in now. Katara, seizing the opportunity, accepts the offer to train under her.

The real problem emerges when it's discovered that Hama is the cause of the disappearances, having used her powers to enact revenge on her captors. Using her powers she manages to bloodbend, causing great harm to Fire Nation people with her own will. Katara, much to her dismay, can only stop Hama using the same techniques. Though Hama is arrested, Katara must deal with the ethics of her dangerous abilities.
9. Chapter Nine: 'Nightmares and Daydreams' When the group arrives at the invasion rendezvous point early, who suffers from awful nightmares?

Answer: Aang

Arriving at the spot where they can expect the invasion forces to unite, Aang and the group realize they're early and have no choice but to wait. With waiting, however, comes worry. Aang struggles to sleep, finding that he has awful nightmares about fighting Fire Lord Ozai, and to prepare he instead stays up day and night training. He doesn't even know how to firebend yet. The others, with their efforts combined, have to bring him back down to earth and convince him to trust in the plan.

Prince Zuko, meanwhile, basks in riches and relaxes with royal treatment. When he hears from Mai that his sister has been invited to join in the war planning instead of him, he worries as well, frustrated that he's kept out of the loop. When the invitation finally does come, Zuko decides to attend. He finds himself seated next to his father when he arrives. He later explains to Mai that he was the perfect Prince when he sat amongst his people, but he didn't feel like himself.
10. Chapter Ten: 'The Day of Black Sun, Part 1: The Invasion' The invading forces arrive in the Fire Nation capital to find which of these?

Answer: No one is inside

The day finally arrives when the invasion forces arrive at the meeting spot-- it's the Day of the Black Sun. As representatives from the Water Tribes and the Earth Kingdom arrive, everyone gathers their things and prepares for the inevitable. Sokka attempts to lead, introducing the plans to everyone, but it's his father who arrives with clear instruction for the army. In the royal palace, Zuko quietly takes leave, vowing to set things right and leaving a letter of goodbye for Mai. Iroh, meanwhile, waits in his cell, aware of the coming battle.

At long last, the invasion forces begin their assault on the Fire Nation capital, passing through the lines of defense with clever tactics. As Aang splits off from the others, he gives Katara a kiss goodbye and flies to the Fire Lord's palace. The invaders, meanwhile, navigate under the surface of the sea, through the gates, and onto land. During the fight, Sokka and Katara's father is terribly injured, forcing him to sit out of the battle. It gives Sokka the unlikely role of commander, and the opportunity to prove himself.

Aang is first to reach the royal palace and what he finds is... nothing. The building, and the inner city, are empty.
11. Chapter Eleven: 'The Day of Black Sun, Part 2: The Eclipse' In retaliation to his father's plans, Zuko announces which of these?

Answer: That he plans on joining the Avatar's side.

After Aang reunites with Toph and Sokka on the battlefield, he informs them that the royal palace is empty. Sokka reasons that Ozai is probably in a nearby bunker, and with Toph's powers in hand, they head out to search for it. They have ten minutes before the eclipse begins, but it's their only shot. The catch is that when they find the bunker, Azula's waiting for them, and she's only there to stall them.

Zuko finally decides to face his father in his chambers and he reveals that he plans on doing what's right, siding with Aang, who survived Ba Sing Se despite Azula's suggestion otherwise. He claims he thought it was honour that he wanted, but really he was just trying to please his father...who banished him and harmed him. They need to fight for peace and kindness-- not war. His father laughs and informs Zuko that Fire Lord Azulon told him to kill him. Instead, Ozai turned the tables, having Zuko's mother banished for treason.

As the eclipse comes to an end, Zuko heads to the prison to free Iroh, finding that his uncle has already escaped. Aang, Sokka, and Toph flee the palace while the invasion forces, now facing off against the eclipse-free Fire Nation, attempts to retreat...with some being taken prisoner. As Aang takes his friends to the Western Air Temple to train, they don't notice as Zuko follows in a hot air balloon.
Source: Author kyleisalive

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