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This details a series of fanon stories about what could have happened during the story of Avatar: The Last Airbender had things been different and/or the way each user was expecting to be.
All the characters will be the same as in the series, but some of them may meet different fates. Users who wish to write their own stories may create an individual section on the character pages of this fanon to edit the information here for their work.
Main Characters Edit
Major Characters Edit
The characters whose names are bold are those which have character pages of their own for my version of this fanon.
Minor Characters Edit
All minor characters are those characters of Avatar: The Last Airbender who are not listed in the past two subdivisions of this section. However, some of them have their own character pages for my version of this fanon.
- Chit Sang
- On Ji
- Song's mother
- The Unnamed Fire Nation boy
The stories will include the same storyline in the series, except those chapters where the storyboard needs to be changed. These chapters will however retain their titles in the series.
Justiceforall17's version Edit
Book One: Water
Book Two: Earth
Book Three: Fire
Book One: Water
In The Southern Raiders, the whole series begins to change and become darker. The story reaches a darker and more serious tone. For the first time, one of the heroes wants to fight not to defend herself but to attack - to kill. Katara wants to avenge her mother and kill Yon Rha. Aang is against this. Sokka and Zuko are all for this. The theme of revenge is interlaced with the main story because Katara's revenge on Yon Rha is undoubtedly linked to Aang's relationship with Ozai. Zuko says so himself - if violence wasn't the answer to Katara's unbelievable pain and rage, what was Aang going to do when he faced Ozai.
In many stories, the themes of revenge and forgiveness are touched upon. Harry Potter and Dragon Ball consistently encourage revenge. The Lord of the Rings encourages forgiveness however the characters here do not know the pain that Katara and many characters in Harry Potter and Dragon Ball are feeling. Although the Lord of the Rings repeatedly preaches forgiveness, the villains that reject their enemies' pardons end up dying. Even in Star Wars, which says that revenge is not the Jedi way, all the villains responsible for murdering end up dying. In The Lion King, Simba told Scar that because Scar was a murderer, Scar did not deserve to live. Simba himself refuses to take revenge on Scar, citing he was not like him. However, Scar is killed by the hyenas he betrayed.
Even though some of these four stories have different views of revenge versus forgiveness, all of them agree that murderers do not deserve to live. Avatar is a different situation. The prospect of death in judgement is first introduced during the series in The Southern Raiders. Katara exclaims that death was maybe what Yon Rha deserves. Aang denies this, in that he denies that people like Yon Rha and Scar do not deserve to live. In conclusion, Avatar denies that murderers including Ozai and Azula do not deserve to live. Aang himself says that while an avenger watches their enemy go down, they are being poisoned themselves and that violence is never the answer.
Again, the background of these stories must considered. The Lord of the Rings and Harry Potter are British fantasy novels of the 20th century. Star Wars is an American science fiction film dating back to the 1970s. Dragonball is a manga series dating back to the 1980s. The Lion King is a Disney animated motion picture of the 1990s. Avatar is an American animated television series, created as recently as 2005. The time frame within which the story of Avatar was produced is perhaps unarguably different from these other stories.
Normally, boys are closer to their mother and girls are closer to their father. And yet, Sokka is refusing to take revenge on Yon Rha for killing Kya. This problem has been dealt with, as I have modified the story to resolve this dilemma. Anyhow, that still leaves Aang denying revenge and refusing to kill Ozai for revenge. That problem can be arranged, as Aang can accept revenge but deny to go looking for it, i.e. when one goes looking for revenge, while one watches their enemy go down, one is poisoned oneself, but looking for revenge is different from revenge finding you.
In the end, Aang was right about what Katara needed and that violence wasn't the answer to Katara's unbelievable pain and rage, at least not when Yon Rha was retired from the War and was no longer killing innocent people. Zuko says so himself. Aang moves on to say that when you go looking for revenge, violence is never the answer. When asked by Zuko what he would do when he faced Ozai, Aang confidently replies that looking for revenge was different from letting revenge find you henceforth, he has no problem with killing Ozai. Aang's determination to kill Ozai wavers when the time comes because of his monk upbringing. Aang craves a way to defeat Ozai without taking his life, until his conversation with Yangchen, which removes all Aang's reluctance and leaves him yearning to kill Ozai.
Combustion Man did not die. Therefore, Sokka does not mention Combustion Man's death in The Ember Island Players. Instead, Sokka simply mentions that he thinks they beat Combustion Man. Katara refers to Ozai by his name when she asks if it was strange that she and her friends were hiding from him in his own beach house.
Now, at long last, comes the series finale - Sozin's Comet. I read on the Internet on the Wikipedia website for Korra that both Ozai and Azula were defeated in the end of the Avatar series. I also read about how the finale of the series was four episodes titled Sozin's Comet Parts I-IV, how Ozai became Phoenix King, how Azula became Fire Lord as a consequence, and that Azula was defeated in Sozin's Comet by Zuko and Katara. When I read that Ozai and Azula were defeated, I took it to mean they were killed. I expected for Aang to kill Ozai and for Katara to kill Azula. I am disappointed that Ozai and Azula didn't die - those monsters deserve death, especially because this is unjustifiable after Zhao and Combustion Man died as villains and when the main villains got away with their lives.
Why does Aang consult his past lives?
He doesn't want to kill Ozai.
Where is Ozai before Sozin's Comet?
How can Zuko's companions sit around having beach parties when Sozin's Comet is only three days away?
tHEY FIND out about Ozai's plan.
They resolve tof ight him before the Comet.
They have a practise fight.
Aang doesn't want to kill Ozai.
He runs off.
Aang's companions realize that he is missing.
They search for him everywhere on Ember Island.
They go to find June.
Ozai leaves to destroy the Water Tribe.
aZULA WILL BE THE NEXT Fir eLord.
TeamA vatar is reunited with the Old Masters
Zuko find Iroh asleep.
Zuko and Iroh meet again.
Aang meets the Lion Turtle.
Sozin's COmet arrives
The final battle begins.
The final battle has to begin on the day of Sozin's Comet.
The Lion Turtle needs to be there because
Okay, let's see.
I want Aang to introduce himself to Ozai. Maybe, there's a way. Well, Ozai doesn't want to attack until Sozin's Comet comes. Sozin's Comet is only three days away. Two days away. Actually. Maybe we should stick to the story. We don't have a choice.
Okay, now let's see
I was surprised that Ozai and Azula were separating for their endeavors on Sozin's COmet. I thought that they were going to fight Team Avatar together.
I want all the members of Team Avatar to help Aang fight Ozai in the end so, Zuko and Katara don't fight Azula separately.
I expected when I read on Ozai's page that he was "defeated by Avatar Aang".
I searched Ozai's death on the Internet. There was a video on it which I did not watch because at the time, I didn't know what Ozai's face looked like and I didn't want to spoil the surprise. Hence, I expected the video to be about Ozai's death in the series finale of Avatar.
I expected for the grand finale to take place in the Fire Nation capital. That means I didn't expect for Ozai's Airship Base and Wulong Forest to exist in the series.
I was expecting for all four episodes of Sozin's Comet to be focused on the battle between Aang and Ozai. I really like how Aang is reluctant to kill Ozai so, I want that to stay in the story. It has to stay anyway because that's the only way that Kuruk and Yangchen can be introduced as their only appearance are in these chapters.
Okay, anyway. I don't want Aang to not want to kill Ozai. I want Aang to desire revenge on Ozai for all the innocent people Ozai and his forefathers killed. But, the only way to introduce Kuruk and Yangchen is if Aang is at first reluctant to kill Ozai. So, I'm keeping Aang's story the same.
Anyway, as I was expecting the four episodes of Sozin's Comet to be focused on the battle between Aang and Ozai, I'll shorten the events before this. Halfway between the second episode, Aang and Ozai confront each other.
I expected as Phoenix King for Ozai to remain in the Fire Nation capital. Azula as Fire Lord would stayy here too. He problem is the AIrship Fleet. The Airships are going to burn down the world. Sozin's forces wiped out the Air Nomads without him leading them. Ozai forces's can do his bidding without him leaving them.
OKay, OZAI AND aZUAL REMAIN INT HE fiRE nAITONC APITAL.
|Event(s)||Storyline 1: My Original Expecations||Storyline 2: Ozai's Airship Base and Wulong Forest||Storyline 3: Ozai and Azula are fought separately||Storyline 4: Ozai and Azula do not die|
Book Three: Fire
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