- What episode did Mako die?
- How did Mako Iroh die?
- Does Mako die in Avatar?
- How old was Mako when he died?
- How old is Bolin?
- When did ATLA end?
- How old is Kai Korra?
- Is Opal an Airbender?
- Does Aang marry Katara?
- How did ATLA end?
- Is Jinora dead?
- How old is Jinora s3?
- Who married Opal?
- Does Zuko get with Katara?
- Does Kai like Jinora?
- How old is Kai?
- How old is Tenzin?
The Tales of Ba Sing SeThe staff of Avatar: The Last Airbender honored Mako at the end of Iroh’s tale in “The Tales of Ba Sing Se”. Mako died after a brief period of suffering from esophageal cancer. One day prior to his death, Mako had been confirmed to star in the film TMNT as the voice of Splinter.
Esophageal cancerMako/Cause of death
After Mako’s death, some of his roles, particularly Aku from Samurai Jack and Iroh in Avatar: The Last Airbender and The Legend of Korra, were taken over by American voice actor Greg Baldwin.
72 years (1933–2006)Mako/Age at deathMako, a distinguished stage and screen actor who was widely regarded as having blazed the trail for Asian-Americans in films, on television and in the theater, died on Friday at his home in Somis, Calif. He was 72.
Bolin (The Legend of Korra)BolinNationalityUnited Republic of NationsBending elementPrimary: Earthbending Sub-styles: Lavabending, metalbending, sandbendingAge16 (Book One) 17 (Books 2-3) 20 (Book 4)
July 19, 2008Avatar the Last Airbender/Final episode dateThe series consists of sixty-one episodes. The first episode—an-hour-long premiere—aired on February 21, 2005, on Nickelodeon. The series concluded with a two-hour television movie broadcast on July 19, 2008.
6 Kai (~14)
Opal to Jinora. I don’t care about the oath! I have to save my family! Opal is an airbending member of the new Air Nation and the daughter of Suyin Beifong and Baatar, half-niece of Lin Beifong, and granddaughter of Toph Beifong.
Katara eventually married Aang, and she later gave birth to the couple’s three children: a waterbending daughter named Kya, named after Katara’s mother, a nonbender son named Bumi, named after Aang’s old friend named King Bumi, and an airbending son named Tenzin.
In the finale, Iroh teams up with all the old teachers we’d met throughout the series, and together they retake Ba Sing Se from the Fire Nation. As Iroh burns a Fire Nation flag hanging outside the Royal Palace to reveal the Earth Kingdom insignia beneath it, he spiritually redeems himself.
After the battle was over, Jinora’s spirit was brought back to the Spirit World by Korra’s spiritual form, where she told her father that she would see him soon. Her spirit faded and returned to her physical body, which was resting at the White Lotus compound.
5 Jinora (14)
Bolin (The Legend of Korra)BolinSignificant otherOpal (girlfriend, Seasons 3-4) Eska (ex-girlfriend, ex-fiancée, Season 2)RelativesChow (paternal uncle) LiLing (aunt) Chow Jr. (first cousin) Tu (first cousin) Meng-Meng (first cousin) Grandfamily: Bohai (paternal grandfather) Yin (paternal grandmother)
In fact, the show laid a better groundwork for an enemies-to-lovers relationship between Katara and Zuko than the friends-to-lovers one it ultimately ended on. In the series finale, the two take on Zuko’s sister together, a corrective to the previous season’s finale where he betrayed Katara to take his sister’s side.
Jinora and Kai first met in small Earth Kingdom village when Jinora and a group were searching for new airbenders. Jinora did not care about his past and soon developed a crush on him.
6 Kai (~14)
51Tenzin (The Legend of Korra)TenzinNationalityUnited Republic of Nations Air Nomad/Water TribeBending elementAirbendingAge51 in Book One 52 in Book Two and Three 55 in Book Four