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Roku (immediate predecessor)Kyoshi (preceding Roku)Kuruk (preceding Kyoshi as Avatar, and Korra as a Water-bender Avatar)Yangchen (preceding Kuruk as Avatar, and Aang as an Air Nomad Avatar)Wan (original Avatar)Korra (Aang's immediate reincarnation) ) is a fictional character and the protagonist of Nickelodeon's animated television series Avatar: The Last Airbender (created by Michael Dante Di Martino and Bryan Konietzko), voiced by Zach Tyler Eisen.Aang is the last surviving Airbender, a monk of the Air Nomads' Southern Air Temple.Learning that he was to be taken from Gyatso caused Aang to flee the monastery on his flying bison, Appa, before being caught by a storm; the life-or-death conditions triggered the Avatar State, encasing the young Avatar and his bison in an air-pocket among icebergs, where he remained suspended for a century.Although Monk Gyatso had snuck in the bed late night to tell Aang that he won’t be relocated to the Eastern Air Temple, it had already been too late.After beginning the Harmony Restoration Movement, an event that was meant to remove Fire Nation remnants from the Earth Kingdom, Aang agrees to end Zuko's life should he go down a path similar to his father, after the latter requests it, being stopped by Katara from entering the Avatar State as he began a later encounter with Zuko He later returns to the South Pole and reunites with Katara and Sokka during the festival of the rebuilt and newly expanded Southern Water Tribe, with assistance from dozens of waterbenders and healers from the Northern Water Tribe.Being frozen in an iceberg for 100 years while in the Avatar State drained much of Aang's life energy.
After stopping a Fire Nation drill threatening the safety of Ba Sing Se, they look for Appa only to find themselves dealing with the Dai Li before exposing their leader's deception.
Aang was survived by his wife, Katara, and his three children, but he did not live to see his grandchildren, all of whom would become powerful Airbenders.
Prior to his death, Aang tasked the Order of the White Lotus with finding and guiding the new Avatar after him.
Soon after, Aang meets a guru who attempts to teach Aang to open his seven chakras in order to control the defensive 'Avatar State'; but when Aang perceives Katara in danger, he leaves before the seventh chakra is opened, and thus loses his progress until the seventh is opened.
In the third and final season, Aang is unable to use the Avatar State.