The Search Part TwoWhat really happened to Zuko's mom? In The Search Part Two, Zuko, who is by that time a Fire Lord, enlists Azula to help him uncover the truth about his missing mother. They discover that Zuko's mother, Ursa, went into hiding, after convincing Ozai not to kill Zuko, and changed her appearance permanently.
It's only in the comic series called “The Search”. Zuko wants to go look for his mother after the events of the comic called “The Promise”. So he goes to look for his mother and does successfully find her I don't want to spoil much but I really recommend this read for avatar fans!
Zuko's Mother Ursa left because she was banished for trying to save Zuko from death. She then went to the mother of faces for her to get a new face and for her memories of Firelord Ozai and the children to be erased. It is later revealed that the kids met their mother in the village. She changed her name.
She was banished because she poisoned Firelord Azulon which lead to his death in order to save Zuko from being killed by Ozai because Azulon ordered Ozai to kill Zuko because Ozai asked Azulon to revoke Iroh's birthright as Firelord right after the death of Iroh's son, as punishment Azulon wanted Ozai to feel the pain
In the beginning of the series, Zuko was banished by his father, Fire Lord Ozai, when Zuko brought up plans that he made in a war meeting. Ursa disappeared after convincing Ozai not to kill Zuko and all her memories had been erased by a spirit called Mother of Faces.
UrsaUrsa (also temporarily known as Noriko) was the supporting minor character in Avatar: The Last Airbender, making her debut in Zuko Alone, where she is in a flashback telling Zuko to remember his identity.. She was the wife of Ozai and later Ikem, mother of Zuko, Azula, and Kiyi, daughter of Jinzuk and Rina, and
Ursa's disappearance When Zuko was eleven years old, his cousin, Lu Ten, died in battle. General Iroh, devastated by the loss of his only child, abandoned his 600-day siege of the Earth Kingdom capital city, Ba Sing Se.
Research shows that the size of the majority, the presence of another dissenter, and the public or relatively private nature of responses are key influences on conformity. The size of the majority: The greater the number of people in the majority, the more likely an individual will conform.
In math, volume is the amount of space in a certain 3D object. For instance, a fish tank has 3 feet in length, 1 foot in width and two feet in height. To find the volume, you multiply length times width times height, which is 3x1x2, which equals six. So the volume of the fish tank is 6 cubic feet.