“Yip yip!”: Exploring the World of ATLA with Appa

“Yip yip!”: Exploring the World of ATLA with Appa

"Water. Earth. Fire. Air. Long ago, the four nations lived together in harmony. Then, everything changed when the Fire Nation attacked. Only the Avatar, master of all four elements, could stop them, but when the world needed him most, he vanished…”

I bet you can continue the rest of this iconic opening sequence from the critically-acclaimed animated series Avatar: The Last Airbender (2005), famous for its well-written plot and characters. This February, the long-awaited adaptation of the franchise from Nickelodeon has finally arrived on Netflix and has been lauded for its masterful portrayal of the landscapes in Avatar. So get cozy as we’re about to explore some of the best places that the four elemental kingdoms have to offer with Appa, our trusted flying bison!

📍 Southern Air Temple | Air Kingdom

Home to Aang, the avatar, and the air nomads until the ill-intended appearance of the Fire Nation— set to wipe out every airbender in fear of the avatar hindering their utopia, a world dominated by their kingdom. As Aang, Katara, and Sokka visit the now lifeless temple after a hundred years, our protagonist begins to realize the horror that occurred after his refusal to take on the hero’s path.

Our quick visit to the Southern Air Temple is a reminder to the irreversibility of time and our decisions. With the expertly-designed vents of the Jelli M1 Mask, you don’t have to worry anymore about the otherwise enduring effect of pollution on your health!

📍Wolf Cove | Water Kingdom

If you’re a long-time fan, you probably expected to see the Wolf Cove in the opening scene of the first episode. Regardless of the changes, this place is a monumental site where Katara and Sokka of the Southern Waterbender Tribe have found Aang, the last airbender frozen in an iceberg. Coincidentally, this is also where we are first introduced to Prince Zuko who has been in pursuit of the avatar for the last few years– and his long-awaited encounter with Aang.

The Arctic variation of our Jelli M1 Mask definitely suits the regional aesthetic in Wolf Cove, especially, as it is located in the Southern Pole!


📍Omashu | Earth Kingdom

From its past until the present, Omashu has proven itself to be a place where love is seen and forged. Originally, a homage to the affection shared by Oma and Shu, the first earthbenders and now, we see a crucial turning point to Prince Zuko in Omashu, from being one-dimensional to a complex character that we can now empathize with. 

Prince Zuko’s eventual decision to save his Uncle Iroh over going after Aang is a display of his compassion towards his relative and treasured friend. Show your care to our environment by switching to our reusable Jelli M1 Mask!


📍Pohuai Stronghold | Fire Kingdom

The name itself screams impenetrable and it sure is because this fortress of the fire kingdom is a display of strength and rule of the firebenders over the other tribes. Here, we find Aang and Prince Zuko’s subtle and gradual understanding of one another, when Aang showed his gratitude to Prince Zuko for helping him, albeit still vulnerable to cracks as we find in how the encounter later unfolded.

The Midnight variation of the Jelli M1 Mask totally fits the dark tone and impression that the fire kingdom continues to emulate! With its popularity “Midnight” is currently sold out in the US and Canada, but we’re working on the restock so stay tuned!


Thanks for journeying with us and Appa in our mission to uncover some of the best places in the world of Avatar! This is still Book 1 out of the 3 so if you’re looking for more Avatar content, give the original series a try while we’re waiting for a Season 2 confirmation from Netflix. Yip yip!

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