Question: Why do they call IROH Dragon of the West?

Iroh later claimed that he had fought and killed the last surviving dragon in order to preserve what was left of the species and to ensure that the Sun Warriors remained undisturbed. Because of this claim and his ability to breathe fire, Iroh earned the title The Dragon of the West.

Why was Iroh called The Dragon of the West?

Iroh was believed to have killed off the last of the worlds dragons, which along with his ability to breathe fire earned him the title The Dragon of the West; but in actuality he was secretly the pupil of the last two dragons, Ran and Shao, and thus learned from them to drive his firebending powers from vitality ...

What dragon was Iroh?

While living in Ba Sing Se, Zuko dreamed that he was the Fire Lord and lacked his scar. Two dragons, one red and one blue, gave him advice. The blue dragon spoke with the voice of Azula, while the red dragon spoke with the voice of Iroh.

Iroh is a general in the United Forces and a member of the Fire Nation Royal Family, the son of Fire Lord Izumi, the grandson of Lord Zuko, and the grandnephew of Azula and Kiyi.

Did Zuko have a dragon?

The answer is in the last season of Avatar: The Last Airbender. In Avatar: The Last Airbender, dragons were thought to be extinct after the Fire Nation hunted them down. But seventy years later, Zuko had found Druk, his own dragon companion.

How did old Zuko get a dragon?

But seventy years later, Zuko had found Druk, his own dragon companion. The explanation for how he got one involves Uncle Iroh, an ancient secret, and the Sun Warriors who appeared during the last season of Avatar: The Last Airbender. The dragons judged and deemed Iroh deserving of their knowledge.

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