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In the sequel series' first season, Avatar Aang's spirit occasionally serves as the spiritual advisor to seventeen-year-old Korra (much like the previous Avatar incarnation, Roku, did for Aang).
Initially, Aang is only able to give Korra glimpses of his memory concerning Yakone in relation to her confrontations with his two sons, Amon and Tarrlok, the products of Yakone's Bloodbending vendetta on the Avatar.
Aang and his new friends visit the Southern Air Temple, where they meet a winged lemur whom Aang later names Momo.
It is there that Aang learns that the Fire Nation wiped out his people, including Gyatso.
Soon after, Aang meets a guru who attempts to teach Aang to open his seven chakras in order to control the defensive 'Avatar State'; but when Aang perceives Katara in danger, he leaves before the seventh chakra is opened, and thus loses his progress until the seventh is opened.
In the third and final season, Aang is unable to use the Avatar State.
Aang was survived by his wife, Katara, and his three children, but he did not live to see his grandchildren, all of whom would become powerful Airbenders.
As a result of Fire Lord Sozin's increasingly hostile attitude towards the other nations, the senior monks decided to reveal Aang's nature as the Avatar four years before the traditional age (Avatars are usually told of their status once they turn 16) and relocate him to one of the other Air Temples.
He is an incarnation of the "Avatar", the spirit of light and peace manifested in human form.
As the Avatar, Aang controls all four elements (water, earth, fire, and air) and is tasked with keeping the Four Nations at peace.
While he did not feel the effects for many years, after he entered middle age in his 50s, the strain of this exertion increasingly weighed upon his body.
Ultimately, it resulted in Aang dying at the relatively young biological age of 66, in 153 AG.