- This article is about the tile game. For the four nations of the Avatar World, see Four nations.
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The following information is not considered canon.
Four Nations is a two-player tile game. Each player randomly selects five tiles from a pool of all the tiles currently available to him or her. These tiles have two of the symbols of the four nations on one side, or a special black Avatar tile, which acts as a wildcard.
The goal of the game is to be the first to use all five tiles in the pool by laying one of the tiles diagonally adjacent to a matching symbol that is already in place. Some tiles have two matching symbols – called a "double" – and, if placed, the player can choose whether or not to place another tile. The match is won if a player uses all of his or her tiles, or if the opposing player cannot place a matching tile.
- This game is only available for play as a mini-game in the Avatar: The Last Airbender video game.