Avatar Filler List

Avatar: The Last Airbender is an American animated series created based on ‘The Last Airbender’ movie. The series is about the journey of a young 12 year old boy named Aang.

Aang and his friends Sokka and Katara set out on a journey to end the war between the fire nation and the other nations.

Here is the Avatar filler list:

Season 1 Episode 4- ‘The Warriors of Kyoshi’

In this episode, Aang takes his friends to Kyoshi Island. On the Island, Aang and his friends get captured by the warriors of Kyoshi Island, who were all girls. Later, they release Aang and his friends after learning that Aang was the real Avatar. 

Season 1 Episode 10: ‘Jet’           

Aang and his friends get rescued by a teenager named Jet after an ambush by the fire nation. Jet takes them to a safe hideout made in the form of a giant treehouse and plans their attack. Jet’s main motive was to sacrifice an entire village to destroy the fire nation’s camp near the town.

Season 1 Episode 11: ‘The Great Divide’

Aang and his friends venture into the world’s largest canyon known as The Great Divide. While crossing the canyon, they get haunted by dangerous predators that looked like a mixed breed of crocodiles and spiders. They were called Canyon crawlers.

Season 1 Episode 14: ‘The Fortuneteller’

Aang and his friends enter a village that depends entirely on a fortuneteller named Aunt Wu. Later, Aang tries to fetch a lily flower near a volcano that is just on the verge of erupting, as claimed by Aunt Wu. Aang and his friends manage to evacuate the villagers before the eruption, and Aang pushes the lava back with a strong air bending. 

Season 2 Episode 2: ‘The Cave of Two Lovers’         

In this episode, Aang and his friends come across a group of ruthless travelers while traveling to Omashu. The travelers take Aang and his friends to a huge tunnel known as the cave of two lovers. 

Season 2 Episode 5: ‘Avatar Day.’        

Aang and his friends come across a village celebrating Anti-Avatar day. The villagers immediately arrest Aang for the crimes of Avatar Kyoshi. At the same time, Katara and Sokka find evidence to prove that Kyoshi was innocent. Later, the villagers released Aang and thanked him for his bravery. 

Season 2 Episode 8: ‘The Chase.’

Aang and his friends are chased by a machine, making them impossible to rest and sleep. Due to lack of sleep, the group gets frustrated and eventually starts blaming each other for the chase, and Toph leaves the group.

Season 2 Episode 15: ‘The tales of Ba Sing Se.’

Katara and Toph decide to go to the inner city, considering a girl’s day out. Outside the wall, Aang helps a zookeeper in building a new zoo for the animals. Zuko enjoys going out on a date, and Sokka ends up in a girl’s poetry club.

Season 2 Episode 16: ‘Appa’s Lost Days’        

Appa is sold to a circus owned by the fire nation, and the trainer of Appa mistreats him by whipping and humiliating him. Appa manages to escape the circus with the help of a young boy. Later, when Appa arrives at Ba Sing Se, he gets captured by Long Feng before meeting Aang.

Season 3 Episode 3: ‘The Painted Lady’          

Aang and his group arrive at a village of Fire Nation full of sick and hungry people. Katara convinces the group to stay and help the villagers by pretending to make Appa sick. Katara and the group destroyed the factory and helped the villagers from hunger and sickness. 

Season 3 Episode 7: ‘The Runaway’     

Here, Katara decides to make some money by turning Toph into the fire nation as Toph can easily bend out of the metal cell. But it turns out that their whole plan fails because the cell was made up of wooden blocks.  Katara finally uses her water bending technique to rescue Toph from the wooden cell.

Season 3 Episode 9: ‘Nightmares and Daydreams’

Aang and his friends arrive at the point for invasion with only four days left with them to spare. Aang gets a nightmare of failing during the invasion, which made him more nervous about facing the Lord of Fire.

Season 3 Episode 17: ‘Ember Island Players’

The Ember Island players perform an act that resembles the propaganda to the fire nation. The play also summarizes the journey of Aang and his friends. In the end, the fire nation wins the war against Aang and his group.