Avatar Kyoshi Avatar - Der Herr der Elemente: Der Aufstieg von Kyoshi
Kyoshi ist der Avatar mit dem Geburtselement Erde nach Kuruk und vor Roku. Sie wurde VZK. Die Kyoshi-Kriegerinnen waren mehrere rein weibliche Gruppen aus den Dörfern der Insel Kyoshi, die. Avatar - Der Herr der Element: Der Aufstieg von Kyoshi (Avatar - Der Herr der Elemente) | Yee, F.C. | ISBN: | Kostenloser Versand für alle. Der Avatar wird dort als Erbe des gesamten Anwesens genannt.«Kyoshi winkte ab.»Natürlich. Yun sollte ihm als Beschützer des Erdkönigreichs nachfolgen. - Erkunde jrocjulias Pinnwand „Kyoshi“ auf Pinterest. Weitere Ideen zu Avatar herr der elemente, Die legende von korra und Avatar aang.
- Avatar Kyoshi, "Kill ALL the enemies." She never said anything like this in the show, but her personality sure does. Der Avatar wird dort als Erbe des gesamten Anwesens genannt.«Kyoshi winkte ab.»Natürlich. Yun sollte ihm als Beschützer des Erdkönigreichs nachfolgen. Kyoshi ist der Avatar mit dem Geburtselement Erde nach Kuruk und vor Roku. Sie wurde VZK.
Initially, Kyoshi and Yun thought he intended to trigger the Avatar State , but he told them he merely wanted them to meditate and commune with a suffering spirit.
However, when they meditated in preparation to meet the spirit, Jianzhu lit some incense that rendered Kyoshi and Yun mostly immobile, but Kyoshi was able to open her eyes and see what was happening.
She saw Jianzhu speaking with a spirit he called " Father Glowworm ," asking which of the teenagers was the Avatar.
The spirit requested blood from each of them to tell, but when it reached for Kyoshi, Yun regained control of his body and pushed her away.
Despite their efforts, the spirit took blood from them and declared Kyoshi the Avatar, prompting Jianzhu to sever the spirit's hold on Kyoshi and drag her away, leaving Yun behind, Jianzhu feeling that he was no longer of use.
Angered, the spirit dragged Yun into a cave as payment for the attack, and Jianzhu sealed the cave with his bending, trapping both the spirit and Yun.
Kyoshi screamed in anguish over losing her friend, and fire came out of her mouth; the first time she had bent any element other than earth.
After the murder of Kelsang and Yun 's presumed death, Rangi refused to leave Kyoshi alone and helped her to escape from Jianzhu.
Kyoshi tried to fight Jianzhu, but he overpowered her and forced her into submission, earthbending a gag that nearly caused her to suffocate before he removed it, while trying to justify his actions as necessary for the good of the world.
Kelsang then appeared, having flown to where they were despite his painful injuries from the encounter with Tagaka, after becoming suspicious of Jianzhu, Kyoshi and Yun's unexplained absences.
When he found out what had happened from Kyoshi, Kelsang declared that Jianzhu was no longer fit to serve the Avatar, and that he would take Kyoshi away from him.
This angered Jianzhu, who declared that there was nowhere Kelsang could hide Kyoshi from him. Kelsang urged Kyoshi to run before attacking Jianzhu, but was easily killed due to his injuries.
Kelsang's death prompted Kyoshi to enter the Avatar State for the first time and destroy the small village, but not before Jianzhu hid beneath the ground.
Before he could re-emerge, Kyoshi fled back to the Avatar estate. After arriving at the estate, Kyoshi found Rangi waiting for her at the door, wondering where she had been.
Kyoshi told her what happened and that she had to leave, before hastily packing her few things, including the chest and journal her parents left with her when they left her in Yokoya, and the clay turtle she picked from the toys used to determine the Avatar years ago.
She broke the chest open to retrieve the metal war fans, a matching headdress, and a set of makeup, which along with her armor would later attribute to her iconic look as the Avatar.
She then went to make her escape on Kelsang's flying bison Pengpeng , where she found Rangi packing the bison with supplies she had not thought to pack such as food and blankets.
Rangi left with her, telling Kyoshi that she "will not last an hour without help. The two traveled into the chaotic and lawless inner provinces of the Earth Kingdom.
Unable to trust anyone who might be an ally of Jianzhu's, the pair used Kyoshi's journal to find allies in the Flying Opera Company, now reduced to a handful of members in a single village; the waterbender Kirima , and the earthbenders Lao Ge , Flitting Sparrowkeet Wong and Bullet Lek.
Tensions quickly brewed between Kyoshi and Lek, who had been taken in by Hark and Jesa after they left Kyoshi behind; Lek was angry at Kyoshi's loathing of Hark and Jesa, while Kyoshi resented Lek for being raised by her parents in her place.
Kyoshi took an oath to the group to secure their trust, swearing to remain loyal to them, and to live by their code and against the law.
Having realized that she was the Avatar, Kyoshi attempted to train in secret while Jianzhu searched for her to bring her back.
She also wished to train so that she can bring Jianzhu to justice by exacting revenge on him for killing Kelsang and Yun, whom she felt guilty about for taking away his Avatar identity, believing he would have done a better job than her.
To achieve this, she asked a member of the group Lao Ge, whom she has figured out is an infamous assassin, to train her to kill someone.
Rangi openly disapproved of Kyoshi's decision to associate with criminals. When the group visited a secret daofei village, Rangi surprised Kyoshi and the others by participating in a lei tai , a fight that often ended in death or near-death.
While managing to do well against the champion, Rangi took a blow that knocked her out after looking into Kyoshi's eyes, leaving Kyoshi feeling helpless as she watched her friend nearly get killed.
However, Rangi woke up in time and broke the man's leg, establishing herself as the new champion. Later on, the Flying Opera Company was called in on a job by the Autumn Bloom, another daofei group that rose to power after the fall of the Yellow Necks , to whom the Flying Opera Company were indebted after they saved Lek's life.
The job was to free a prisoner from the house of an Earth Kingdom governor named Te. Mok , the leader of the Autumn Bloom, told the Flying Opera Company they would be free of their debt to his group once the job was complete.
Later in the night, Kyoshi confronted Rangi about taking such a risk and making her feel helpless in the lei tai.
Rangi got angry at her and told Kyoshi that she had been doing the same thing to her ever since they ran away from Yokoya, revealing that she had only entered the lei tai so that Kyoshi would feel that same helplessness.
They acknowledged that they would not be able to stop taking risks now that they were on the run. Kyoshi also revealed that she wanted to kill Jianzhu not only to bring him to justice, but because she was scared of him and did not know what else to do.
Rangi told Kyoshi that although the Avatar can be reborn, Kyoshi could not and that she deserved happiness; that she deserved to feel loved, not afraid.
Kyoshi told her she did feel loved before kissing her. Kyoshi was afraid when Rangi pushed her away, only to feel relieved when Rangi told her to kiss somewhere else because that part of her face had been injured in the fight earlier in the night.
With that, the two of them became a couple. Kyoshi and Rangi had agreed to keep her Avatar identity a secret from the bandit group, but when a shirshu sent by Jianzhu tracked them down, the group deduced she must be important, so she revealed her identity.
When the group assumed she would leave them, as they believed the Avatar should not associate with criminals like them, Kyoshi surprised them by deciding to stay with them.
The members then took it upon themselves to train her to bend the four elements; Wong and Lek training her in earthbending, Kirima training her in waterbending, and Rangi training her in firebending.
Lao Ge taught her what it took to kill someone, but Kyoshi battled with herself over whether she should resort to such methods.
Lacking an airbending teacher, Rangi taught her some airbender techniques in the hope that she would be able to airbend on her own.
As the group prepared for their raid on Te's estate, Lao Ge told Kyoshi that she should help him kill Governor Te as practice for when she killed Jianzhu, justifying this on the basis that Te was a corrupt leader.
At the same time, Kyoshi worried that Mok would take more lives than necessary during the raid, and devised a plan with Kirima and Rangi that would minimize deaths while also achieving their goals, but would revolve around her bending water as well as earth.
As the raid began and the others went to save the prisoner, Lao Ge and Kyoshi broke off to find Governor Te , who turned out to be a year-old who had been imitating his father's leadership style because he did not know any better.
Instead of killing him, Kyoshi blasted Lao Ge with airbending and fled with Governor Te, sending him away to save his life despite the fact that he saw her bend two elements, while also warning him to be a better ruler.
Kyoshi and Lao Ge then returned to the rest of the group to find that they had successfully freed the prisoner.
The Autumn Blooms promptly revealed that they had been the remnants of the Yellow Necks the entire time, functioning under a false name to avoid detection.
With their leader free, the group declared themselves restored. Kyoshi and her comrades were shocked about this revelation as Xu and his Yellow Neck rebels were infamous because of their fanaticism and the atrocities they had committed during their past rebellion.
Though Kyoshi and the other Flying Opera Company members were treated cordially by Xu, who appeared thankful for their help, the Avatar immediately recognized that Xu's friendly demeanor thinly veiled an underlying madness.
Having absolved themselves of their debt to the Autumn Bloom Society, the friends thus excused themselves and retreated from the Yellow Necks' camp.
Afterwards, however, discussions erupted about what to do next: On the one side, they did not want an insane mass murderer like Xu to go free, but at the same time they could not defeat him and the rest of his small army in an open battle.
Eventually, Kyoshi decided that they should monitor the Yellow Necks before intervening. Just as they had feared however, Xu immediately ordered his followers to resume their rampage, attacking a nearby civilian family.
Fearing for the family's safety, Kyoshi decided on a whim to challenge Xu to a duel per the daofei code of conduct, to halt his reign of terror before it could truly begin anew.
To her shock, Xu - in reality a firebender - struck her with lightning at the start of their fight, incapacitating her in seconds.
The young Avatar fell unconscious for a short moment, and Xu continued to fire several more blasts of lightning at her seemingly lifeless body while accusing her of ungratefulness.
In truth, Kyoshi awoke, and though in immense pain, was grounding the lightning thanks to the armor under her clothing.
After waiting for a few moments, Kyoshi entered the Avatar State, but this time with full control of her powers.
Her glowing eyes and the bending of multiple elements terrified both Xu Ping An and his followers, who started to flee the scene.
Meanwhile, Kyoshi lifted Xu high into the air, and for a short moment thought about what to do with him. When she realized that his shock had changed into hateful dismay without regret, she realized that he would never change his ways.
In response, Kyoshi let him fall to his death, and then returned to the ground. She greeted her anxious friends, assuring them that she was still the same, and before addressing the remaining Yellow Necks.
Unlike those who had fled, these bandits regarded her with reverence, and only left when she ordered them to. Having done so, her grievous injuries finally resulted in her into falling unconscious for three days.
The Avatar was brought by her comrades to a nearby village where an Earth Kingdom healer and Kirima attended to her; nevertheless, horrible scars remained on her hands due to the burns she had received from Xu's lightning attacks.
When Kyoshi eventually awakened, Lek was in her room, and the two talked about their pasts and Kyoshi's parents, Lek suggesting that they had left her in Yokoya to spare their daughter the dangers of the daofei lifestyle, and that they had taken him in because he could be replaced far more easily than their own flesh and blood.
Kyoshi told Lek that she was glad he was the one raised by her parents, if it could not have been her.
Having fully overcome their past differences, the Avatar was very happy when Lek addressed her as "sister" for the first time.
Thereafter, Kyoshi, Lek and Rangi went to buy gloves for the wounded Avatar. On the way to a local leather shop, Kyoshi was annoyed to learn that most locals were terrified of her because some of Xu's followers had spread rumors about her being some kind of demon, and also that she had become the de facto head of the remaining Yellow Necks by killing Xu.
To her pleasant surprise, the leatherworker had understood that she was the Avatar and saved them from the resurgence of Xu; he thus gifted her a fine pair of military gloves for her burnt hands.
As they went back to the healer's house, the group was ambushed and shot with shirshu-spit darts that rendered them paralyzed.
Rangi was dragged away, and to her horror, Kyoshi saw how Lek allergically reacted to the poison, slowing dying without her being able to do anything.
After regaining control, the devastated Avatar took Lek's corpse to the healer's house, informing Wong, Kirima, and Lao Ge of what had happened.
They also found a letter with Rangi's hair attached to it, telling her to meet Jianzhu in the Qinchao village near Yokoya unless she wanted Rangi dead.
Full of hatred, Kyoshi swore that she would finally kill the sage once and for all. The group proceeded to bury Lek, before hatching a plan according to which the Avatar would confront Jianzhu while her friends saved Rangi.
Kyoshi met Jianzhu in a stone teahouse in Qinchao, home to the Chin clan. There, the old master threatened to collapse the building on everyone inside if she refused to become his disciple.
Disgusted at his methods, Kyoshi told him that he truly honored his nickname among daofei , "Butcher of Zhulu Pass".
Amused, Jianzhu finally told her the full story of what had happened at Zhulu Pass, relishing his act of mass murder, and affirming that his methods might be cruel, but that they also worked.
Kyoshi once again rejected him as her teacher, whereupon the angered master began to earthbend the building down.
Kyoshi responded by countering his bending with her own, and the two struggled on equal terms before noticing a new presence in the teahouse.
To the horror of both, the presence was a believed-dead Yun. Though externally unchanged, Kyoshi sensed that something was horribly wrong about her old friend, and was shocked when he effortlessly killed Jianzhu before leaving without a word.
Kyoshi continued to hold the building up until all civilians got out, and then left the village as the local law enforcement attempted to apprehend her.
She made her way to the Avatar estate in Yokoya, meeting Kirima, Wong, and Lao Ge on the road with a rescued Rangi and her sick mother Hei-Ran, who had been poisoned as part of Jianzhu's schemes.
Kyoshi told the Flying Opera Company what had happened and they subsequently decided to part ways, as the Avatar wanted her friends out of harm's way when she revealed her identity to the world.
Kirima and Wong opted to lay low, while Rangi and her mother traveled to the Northern Water Tribe to seek out healers.
Lao Ge went off on his own; before his depature the old man told Kyoshi that she was now among his potential targets.
Kyoshi found that somewhat amusing. Soon after, the Avatar covertly joined a group of pilgrims who were journeying to the Southern Air Temple.
There, she revealed herself as the Avatar to the Air Nomads through a displaying of her bending powers, though she nearly burned down a sacred tree in the process, which served as reminder to rely on her fans for a bit longer.
She consequently rested at the air temple, preparing herself for further training. Kyoshi also affirmed her decision to follow the code of the daofei for the rest of her life and pursue her own style of Avatarhood regardless of what posterity would think of her.
The Air Nomads consequently began to convey the news from around the Earth Kingdom to her; in this way, she learned that Jianzhu had bequeathed all his wealth and lands to her in his testament.
Amused, she noted how he continued to try to influence her and the world even after his death. While meditating at the Southern Air Temple, Kuruk appeared to Kyoshi in vision, pleading for her help.
As she could not solve issues by talking, Kyoshi tended to resort to force and manipulation to carry out justice. She could do so, as her abilities as bender and strategist grew steadily, also thanks due to her studying the writings of her old nemesis Jianzhu.
Feeling unable to properly influence the Earth Kingdom's elites, Kyoshi eventually launched a one-person crusade against the Earth Kingdom's worst daofei groups, destroying several.
Overall, her demeanor and opinions alienated many members of the country's elite, while the common people came to fear her. To her annoyance, however, she realized that both the triad and the city's police were used by a corrupt minister, Wo , who intended to take control of the critical city block of Loongkau for a profitable building project.
In hopes of combating the injustice, Kyoshi not just apprehended the triad's members but also prevented the eviction of Loongkau's residents and exposed the police's corrupt connections.
Kyoshi was consequently forced to confront a threat from the Spirit World , once again enlisting the help of Rangi and other allies.
Kyoshi trained the first Kyoshi Warriors to help the women of her adopted homeland to defend themselves as well as their homes. Eventually, Kyoshi mastered the Avatar State, becoming feared and effective while restoring order in the world.
Nevertheless, these efforts had little impact. When Kyoshi visited the ports of her homeland peninsula, she constantly had to put carousing men in their place after they caused trouble to the female villagers.
Eventually, she decided to train the women in defensive combat so that they could defend themselves. These women later formed the first band of Kyoshi Warriors.
During Kyoshi's life, the 46th Earth King 's rule was unpopular among the populace of the Earth Kingdom. Using this to his advantage, a warlord named Chin launched a war to conquer the continent.
He was successful until he reached the peninsula where Kyoshi lived, finding the Avatar waiting for him. Standing before his army, Chin demanded their immediate surrender, and Kyoshi warned him that she would not sit idly by as he took her home.
When he refused to back down and assumed a challenging earthbending stance, she unfurled one of her fans and fired a powerful air blast at him, leaving the humiliated warlord down to his underwear.
Kyoshi subsequently entered the Avatar State and separated the peninsula from the mainland by using a combination of earthbending, lavabending , and airbending, forming Kyoshi Island and thereby protecting her homeland from subsequent threats.
Though Kyoshi was only tangentially responsible for Chin's death, she herself saw little difference between causing the circumstances of his death and actually striking him down, and would claim to have personally killed him for generations afterward.
Because of Kyoshi's act, the people of Chin Village on the mainland founded Avatar Day to vilify Kyoshi, and all succeeding Avatars, for the death of their leader.
The people of Kyoshi Island, meanwhile, founded "Kyoshi Day" on the same day as Avatar Day, to honor her creation of the island and the restoration of peace to their village.
They also erected a large totem, topped with a statue of Kyoshi in her memory. Kyoshi defeated the Earth King 's guards upon being attacked by them.
Sometime after her final confrontation with Chin, Kyoshi was summoned to Ba Sing Se upon the request of the Earth King , since his unpopular rule had led to a peasant uprising in the city.
By the time Kyoshi reached the city, the peasants had already destroyed everything that represented the "old government", including ancient and valuable artifacts that held historical and cultural importance.
The King demanded that she stop the uprising by whatever means necessary. However, Kyoshi staunchly refused, stating that it would not be right for her to do so.
Incensed by her defiance, the Earth King ordered his guards to arrest her. However, the King was left cowering on his throne as Kyoshi dispatched his guards in a single move and admonished him in turn for daring to defy the Avatar.
Held at the point of Kyoshi's war fan, the quivering monarch agreed to a compromise: the Earth King would give the peasants a voice in his ruling, while Kyoshi, in turn, agreed to protect Ba Sing Se's cultural heritage from further desecration.
She proceeded to train an elite platoon of earthbenders called the Dai Li, though their subsequent corruption weighed heavily on Kyoshi in her afterlife.
Kyoshi died in the year 82 BG at the age of , making her the oldest confirmed Avatar and human in history,  though some other individuals were rumored to have lived even longer.
Wooden statues of Avatar Kyoshi could be found across Kyoshi Island. Wooden statues of Avatar Kyoshi are erected in every village in Kyoshi Island,  and a shrine dedicated to her was erected in Suki 's village, displaying the late Avatar's outfit and war fans.
In the centuries after her death, several details of Kyoshi's life faded out of public memory.
Most notably, one of her successors, Avatar Aang , falsely believed that she had been born in the area that later became Kyoshi Island.
Kyoshi's attraction to both men and women was known to some people centuries after her death, including Kya , who relayed the Avatar's preferences as well as her failure to establish lasting change and tolerance toward such relationships in her home nation to Avatar Korra and her girlfriend, Asami Sato.
During his trip to Kyoshi Island, Aang observed the statue erected in her honor. When helping Aang to reconnect with her and his other predecessors after being shot down by Azula 's lightning , she apologized to him for the wrongful murder charge in Chin Village and explained that after Chin's demise, she helped the world live in balance; she accomplished a lot of good but also made mistakes, one of which was the creation of the Dai Li, as she could never have foreseen how corrupt and cruel they would become.
Kyoshi imparted Aang with the wisdom that all their action have consequences, even if they do not manifest in their own lifetime, and sent him to find her predecessor.
Before the arrival of Sozin's Comet , Aang summoned Kyoshi's spirit, seeking advice on how to defeat Phoenix King Ozai without killing him.
Kyoshi reminded him that her forceful ending of Chin the Conqueror's war for dominance brought a great era of peace. Aang pointed out that she was not directly responsible for Chin's death, arguing that it was a result of his own arrogance.
Kyoshi replied that she saw no difference in this, and told him that she would have done anything to stop Chin. During her journey, Kyoshi seeks to perfect her technique in earthbending and master the four elements to take revenge on Jianzhu.
Entertainment Weekly called it a "stunning revitalization of Avatar storytelling", and observed how the use of prose enabled a deeper exploration of the worldbuilding.
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