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| Zuko, something happened to Avatar: Beyond the Comet in the last hundred years.
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Since the passing of Sozin's Comet and the end of the Hundred-Years War, twenty-five years have gone by. Following the defeat of Phoenix King Ozai, Avatar Aang was married to Katara, who assumed a position in the council of the Fire Nation along with her brother Sokka and Ty Lee's husband, Aristaeus. Representatives of the other three nations were appointed to the council in order to give the rest of the world a voice in the reconstruction of the war-torn earth. Having completed renovations to his new throne room, Fire Lord Zuko was married to Mai. (Yes, the renovations were necessary.) Sokka and Suki were married. Toph is enjoying a laid-back life as the instructor of the guards at the palace city. All of the members of Team Avatar, old and new, are living in or near the Fire Nation Capital to ensure that they are nearby in the event that any new developments arise. Times have been peaceful since the beginning of Zuko's reign, but not everyone is satisfied with the change in power. Strange events and murders such as Mai's mysterious assassination have led the members of Team Avatar to suspect that something is amiss. However, the lack of evidence in every case of unexplained murder have left them completely unsure of what action to take in response, leaving them vulnerable to a new faceless enemy.
Production History Edit
The story of Avatar: Beyond the Comet was originally conceived by Stormfire after watching the Sozin's Comet movie for the first time. Since then, the plot has undergone several drastic changes due to the contributions from the co-writers who have joined the project over time. The story was in production for almost a year before the decision was made to post it on Avatar Wiki. The joint efforts of the writers have resulted in the creation of artwork, shippings, timelines, and dramatic plot twists. It is the purpose of the story to provide a believable and entertaining continuation of the original series. Character pages and images are in the process of being designed and will be added soon.
Due to some developments in the storyline, Avatar: Beyond the Comet has been given a PG-13 rating. It is mainly intended for the teenage and adult audience and, as a result, contains some material that may be inappropriate for young children, such as violence and mild mature content. We apologize for any dissatisfaction that this may cause, but we assure you that this was done in order to create an interesting and authentic plot.
The prologue takes place ten years after the passing of Sozin's Comet and fifteen years before the beginning of Book One. It has been divided into two parts. Part 1 was released on October 31, 2009. Part 2 was released on December 11, 2009.
Book One: Deceit Edit
Book One: Deceit begins fifteen years after the end of the prologue and twenty-five years after the end of the Hundred-Years War. Its title is derived from the deception that exists in the post-war world, even between the members of Team Avatar and their families. The book will contain roughly twenty chapters, similar to the structure of the original series.
These are some of the important protagonists with appearances in Avatar: Beyond the Comet:
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