Fire Fountain CityEdit

Fire Fountain City

Fire Fountain City is a large industrialized city located on one of the many islands in the eastern Fire Nation. It is named for the large statue of one of the ancient Fire Lords in its center.

The city was one of the many industrial towns in the Fire Nation. Many factories are located around the city, and pollution is extensive. The settlement is a working class town with seedy elements. It is considered unsafe to walk around Fire Fountain City at night, so most citizens stay indoors.


Fire Fountain City is located on a small island with fairly rough terrain. It is situated on the shore of a small bay. The city is bounded by hills on either side with factories surrounding it as well. In the center of the town is a large square in which a famous statue of the Fire Lord stands. Streets lined with small buildings originate from the square and go outward in a radial fashion.


Fire FountainEdit

A giant statue of an old Fire Lord stands in the center of the town square and is powered by pressurized, natural gas. The statue depicts the Fire Lord with his head tilted back and fire gushing from three holes in each fist and mouth similar to how water would pour from a typical fountain. The piece is so famous and incredibly moving to any Fire Nation citizen that the town officially changed its name.

Post OfficeEdit

This is one of many communication hubs in the Fire Nation. Messenger hawks are trained to fly on designated routes between different post offices. Outside the building is a bulletin board where the town authority hangs fliers and wanted posters.


This fair is a popular local venue which is permanently stationed in the city. There are many stalls and tents selling various items, including a high striker, which is used to test one's strength by hitting a target with a hammer and attempting to ring the bell at the top. However, given the weight of the hammer, the stall is not intended for children.

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