- This article is about the PC game based on the animated series. For other similar uses, see The Last Airbender (disambiguation).
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The following information is not considered to be part of the main continuity.
Avatar: The Last Airbender is the Microsoft Windows version of the video game of the same name, though it is considered as separate since it is the only version that takes place during the events of Book One: Water instead of after them.
"As the biting cold of the winter solstice seeps into the land, Aang, the Last Airbender, must learn more about his quest to become the Avatar. As his journey progresses through the land, Aang and his group of friends will come across many people that need their assistance."
Exploring the World
"Aang and his new friends will embark on a journey that takes them around the world, visiting 6 different areas. Since Aang has been gone, much has changed in the world and he must spread the word that the Avatar has returned. Performing noble deeds will help Aang raise the people's spirits. However, Prince Zuko, the banished son of the Fire Lord himself, will not rest until he has captured the Avatar for the glory of the Fire Nation and to restore his honor."
The First Chapter: Kyoshi
"Kyoshi is a small island off the southern coast of the Earth Nation. Aang and his friends regroup here after leaving the Southern Water Tribe. After gaining her trust, Suki, the town warrior of Kyoshi village, gives Aang information that will help him begin his quest. Kyoshi village was the birthplace of the powerful and cunning Avatar Kyoshi and is known for its grand tradition of female warriors." (Based on the episode "The Warriors of Kyoshi".)
The Second Chapter: Omashu
"The City of Omashu is known throughout the world as a proud and prosperous stronghold of the Earth Kingdom. Like the stone from which it was built, the city has stood the test of time and has remained free from the tyranny of the Fire Nation. Aang is very fond of Omashu and used to spend many days there playing with his friend, Bumi." (Based on the episode "The King of Omashu".)
The Third Chapter: The Scar of the World
"Arriving in the Scar of the world, Aang is shocked to see yet another mark of the Fire Nation's passing. Beyond the ruined countryside lies a city haunted by an angry and corrupted spirit. When Sokka is captured, Aang must enter the Spirit World to rescue him." (Based on the episode "Winter Solstice, Part 1: The Spirit World".)
The Fourth Chapter: Crescent Isle
"Deep in the heart of the Fire Nations like the volcanic domain of Crescent Isle. Housing the temple of the last Avatar, Roku, the island has become a sacred place for the Fire Nation and is guarded by its keepers, the Five Sages. Aang must risk entering the Fire Nation itself to contact the spirit of Avatar Roku and learn more about his destiny." (Based on the episode "Winter Solstice, Part 2: Avatar Roku".)
The Fifth Chapter: The Blue Spirit
"After escaping Crescent Isle and burdened by the task ahead, Aang and his friends are forced to take refuge on an unknown coastline to avoid being caught in a storm. Soon after, Katara and Sokka fall ill and Aang must search for a cure. With his friends out of the way, Admiral Zhao seizes the opportunity, Things look bleak for Aang and his friends, but the arrival of a mysterious warrior may even the odds." (Based on the episode "The Blue Spirit".)
The Sixth Chapter: The Siege of the North
"The people of the Northern Water Tribe have remained a thorn in the Fire Nation's side for centuries. Protected by the tides of the Ocean and Moon Spirits, the Northern Water Tribe's North Pole stronghold was once considered impenetrable by the Fire Nation. However, when Admiral Zhao learns that the Avatar has sought refuge there, he convinces Fire Lord Ozai to grant him the ships necessary for a full-scale assault. His plan? Capture the Moon Spirit and strike at the weakened Water Tribe. To defend them, Aang must call upon a powerful elemental force, but at what cost to himself and his destiny?" (Based on the episodes "The Siege of the North, Part 1" and "The Siege of the North, Part 2".)