How did Ming-Hua lose her hands?

How did Ming-Hua lose her hands?

Because of this, any attack involving lightning directed at Ming-Hua’s makeshift arms would travel up toward her body and shock her. This weakness proved lethal when Mako electrified her tendrils with a bolt of lightning, resulting in her immediate death.

Is Ming-Hua the strongest waterbender?

Ming-hua might have no arms (respect here for including a second person with a disability in the narrative), but she is practically invincible in her battles. Furthermore, Ming-hua gains considerably more fluidity of motion because she doesn’t have to work with the rigidity of muscle and bone during Waterbending.

Why doesn’t Ming-Hua have arms?

Ming-Hua was born without arms, but thanks to her powerful water-bending skill was able to manipulate water to act as tentacles. She eventually became a member of the Red Lotus. Ming-Hua froze the door to her cell to the point where it was brittle enough to open with waterbending.

How does Ming-Hua Bend?

the bending really only comes out of their mouth. they cant do anything fancy with it. just shoot a stream out of their mouth. and the mouth is still something that can be covered (thus disabled, just like limbs).

What happens to Azula?

Following her emotional breakdown, Azula was put in a mental health facility to recover, though she eventually joined Team Avatar on their search for Ursa, as part of her secret agenda to betray them and usurp the throne from Zuko. Sometime after her exile, Azula returned to the Fire Nation Capital in secret.

How old is Jinora?

Adult Jinora! 45-ish years old or so.

Does Ming-Hua like ghazan?

While on their way, Bolin decided to make up stories about Ghazan and guessed that there was an unspoken attraction between him and Ming-Hua. Ghazan was impressed and said that two of the three stories he made up were correct. Ghazan and Ming-Hua later worked together during the battle at the Northern Air Temple.

Can benders bend without arms?

Yes, they do, except for rare exceptions, both in The Last Airbender and in The Legend of Korra: Certain benders are able to effectively manipulate their element with very minimum bodily movement, such as only their head.

Can you bend without arms?

Nope! And this has been legitimately proven in Legend of Korra. In book 3 they introduce Ming’hua, a waterbender who was born without arms but is a deadly master of her element. Even without Ming’hua, bending has been occasionally shown possible without use of one’s arms or legs.