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  • I personally think a story where the Avatar has a dark opposite like an Anti Avatar would be good or a story where there are two Avatars like twin brothers born and both possessing the powers of an Avatar but in constant conflict with each other.

    The reason I think this could work with Twins is because the Avatar is always reincarnated but what would happen if the Avatar had a twin? I mean would that mean that the Avatar split into two and what impact would that have? Would they both be good or be destined to be enemies and if the reincarnation bit still applies would that mean the two avatars would be destined to always fight each other throughout their new lives?

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    • they already did that: unalaq (uncle, not twin, of the avatar) became the dark avatar. did you watch kb2?

      in order for there to be two avatars, one would have to be the dark avatar. they both couldn't be the light avatar b/c raava can't be inside of both of them. also, by definition of the word reincarnation, all the avatars are the same person (Wan), so again, twins couldn't be born as both of them being raava's avatar.

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    • Intelligence4 wrote:
      they already did that: unalaq (uncle, not twin, of the avatar) became the dark avatar. did you watch kb2?

      in order for there to be two avatars, one would have to be the dark avatar. they both couldn't be the light avatar b/c raava can't be inside of both of them. also, by definition of the word reincarnation, all the avatars are the same person (Wan), so again, twins couldn't be born as both of them being raava's avatar.

      I know that but Vaatu could remanifest inside of Raava it was stated that would happen if Raava won that he would return eventually and vice versa. So in theory the battle could continue inside of the Avatar or what happened when Vaatu and Raava split could happen inside of the womb carrying the Avatar.

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    • that's actually what i'm currently basing one of my fanons on - in an alternated avatarverse, twins are born, and they both turn out to be avatars.

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    • A Horror Story. Preferably featuring Hama the Bloodbender.

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    • I'm doing a fanon based around an Avatar analogue as well. It isn't a twin sort of deal like you brought up, even though your idea sounds interesting. The details are contained in one of my blog posts and I've finished the first chapter of my fanon, titled Avatar: Legend of the Arbiter . It deals with an Avatar like figure called the Arbiter that can master two other elements, that of Metal and Wood bending. He used to be an interlocutor between the physical world and the spirit realm, but is now pre-occupied with keeping the peace between the Metal Empire and the Wood Clans. Check it out if your interested. 

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    • hmm, I'd like to see the avatars chillin' with each other.
      Roku

      Love, Avatar Roku.

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    • @roku rocks

      that's not possible. by definition of reincarnation, they are the same person (wan). http://avatar.wikia.com/wiki/User_blog:Intelligence4/The_Dynamics_of_the_Avatar,_Second_Edition

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    • I would like to see the Powers that Be (Earth Queen, Fire Lord and President of the UNR, for the Humans and powerful spirits, such as Yue) to take a role in the shaping of the new world order, both politically among humans (with the actual state of the Water Tribes, it is almost a given that there should be at least a modicum of political upheaval) so Korra would face more of a political opposition than a physical one. I think it would be beneficial for her and the show : less overt enemies that can be beaten into submission, more political tug of war where many sensibilities try to get the upper hand : remnant of the Equalists, Pro-Benders (as not in the sport), anti-spirits movements, etc.

      Oh, and something on Sokka !

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    • @intellegecne 

      do you hate me or something, I have a headcannon that after the avatars split up, the became their own person and they could become any age.

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    • I'd like to forget all the LOK stuff first.

      then go BACKWARDS in time and have a story like 1,000 years before aang. so airbenders exist too. and maybe the avatar isn't even a main character but, a recurring character.

      also one during the 100 years war would be cool. maybe just about soldiers. like a band of brothers type deal and have it be more mature so people die more often. and none of the characters are especially great benders. that would be cool.

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    • I'd like to see either a setting far into the past, or even more so, even closer to our modern "information" era for a true Sprituality vs. Technology based conflict.

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    • @roku rocks

      while your head canon is false (for lack of a better word - it's well established in the series that the avatars are the same person) i have nothing against you - why would you think that?

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    • Id like to see an story from the perspective of an non-bender who suffers greatly from benders then finds ways to fight back without chi blocking

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    • I'd like a story centering around an Avatar's "fall from grace", in which an Avatar attempts to make a "perfect world" by using his/her immense powers to intimidate the nations into implementing Orwellian tactics to keep people in line. Every dark act would be done in the name of good with only the best of intentions, probably fueled by a tragic event, only ended when powerful benders, skilled assassins, and mighty warriors join forces to end the Avatar's reign.

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    • I would like a story about what happened to people in the fog of lost souls after Jinora's soul was rescued although in my fanon the adventure of Thoyrn I will say they were some of the founders of spirit realm city with the exception of Zhao who was killed by the other founders I almost feel sorry for Zhao even though it was my idea and this is almost as important as the idea of surviving airbenders which is also in the same fanon.

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    • Another story Id request:

      An Avatar who was born with an NON-bender twin and see how they stratagize with them as a decoy

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    • I want to see the Aliens Invasion!

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    • ^oh HEEEELL no

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    • If the Dark Avatar were to be reborn, then I doubt they could be twins. Now this doubt comes with the assumption that the Dark Avatar would follow the same cycle as the regular Avatar (by no means a given).

      Another possibility would be that the Dark Avatar would follow the opposite cycle, which would mean the next Avatar would be an Earth Bender and the next Dark Avatar would be an Air Bender. Though that would have interesting ramifications because the next Dark Avatar would (almost certainly) need to be in the bloodline of Aang & Tenzin.

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    • if the dark avatar were to be reborn, then he would always be a waterbender, since that was his only one. we know from beginnings that the avatar cycle is the result of the order that wan learned the elements in.

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    • Intelligence4 wrote: @roku rocks

      while your head canon is false (for lack of a better word - it's well established in the series that the avatars are the same person) i have nothing against you - why would you think that?

      Oh IDK

      • eats a pie*
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    • I like the twin idea! It would be interesting to see! I also like the idea of the avatar not being good kind of like going to the dark side. I know Raava is apart of the avatar and embodies light but that doesnt mean that the actual avatar followed that path. I suppose the way i can describe it is imagine if the avatar was good and ended up evil like Ozai evil lol.

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    • Call me weird but I really want to see:

      -Toph raising Lin

      -Aang raising Tenizen

      -Tenizen and Lin as a couple

      -Romance among any of Tenizens children with any character (likely a daughter, they seem greatly into romance. Perhaps a light crush?)... and Tenizens reaction

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    • Sorry for double dipping, but I had another idea: the advent of atomic/nuclear weaponry in the Avatar world. All things considered, its probably the only thing that could rival the power of a fully realized Avatar that wouldn't depend on spirits, extraordinary bending, or subterfuge. Perhaps in a time where people grow suspicious of the Avatar, a group tries to construct such weapons in the hopes of being able to counter whoever is hosting Raava at the time. Or, alternatively, a group trying to make such weapons in order to have a deterrant during times in which the Avatar isn't capable of his or her duties.

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    • The Air Nomad Critic wrote: Sorry for double dipping, but I had another idea: the advent of atomic/nuclear weaponry in the Avatar world. All things considered, its probably the only thing that could rival the power of a fully realized Avatar that wouldn't depend on spirits, extraordinary bending, or subterfuge. Perhaps in a time where people grow suspicious of the Avatar, a group tries to construct such weapons in the hopes of being able to counter whoever is hosting Raava at the time. Or, alternatively, a group trying to make such weapons in order to have a deterrant during times in which the Avatar isn't capable of his or her duties.

      seriously man, just leave now!

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    • Something showing the negative reactions of some of the populace after a hundred years of war from both the Fire Nation and Earth Kingdom sides. I'm positive there were many more people like Smellerbee that weren't happy with how things turned out in the Promise in the Earth Kingdom. Not to mention those in the Fire Nation hierarchy who wanted the war to go on like Mai's father.

      Also maybe some side stories for characters who we didn't get to know that much about like Chey, the sandbenders, June, and the Rough Rhinos.

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    • TheAvatarNate wrote:

      The Air Nomad Critic wrote: Sorry for double dipping, but I had another idea: the advent of atomic/nuclear weaponry in the Avatar world. All things considered, its probably the only thing that could rival the power of a fully realized Avatar that wouldn't depend on spirits, extraordinary bending, or subterfuge. Perhaps in a time where people grow suspicious of the Avatar, a group tries to construct such weapons in the hopes of being able to counter whoever is hosting Raava at the time. Or, alternatively, a group trying to make such weapons in order to have a deterrant during times in which the Avatar isn't capable of his or her duties.

      seriously man, just leave now!

      I'm thinking no. I'm not about to leave the wiki or the fandom because someone happens to not like my ideas. I would advise against posting such comments in the future, TheAvatarNate, as they tend not to sit well with the wiki's policies.

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    • Wan and Zuko

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    • Actually It would be cool if we can have like a comic or or a short 5-10 min show on sokka's or toph's life in the perspectives on themselves you know like what is their job int he future or any involvement in any organisation ( like toph as a police chief and sokka as a council men) and it would be super great if they can show how they settle down in life later on you know who's their wives children etc.

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    • The Air Nomad Critic wrote:

      TheAvatarNate wrote:

      The Air Nomad Critic wrote: Sorry for double dipping, but I had another idea: the advent of atomic/nuclear weaponry in the Avatar world. All things considered, its probably the only thing that could rival the power of a fully realized Avatar that wouldn't depend on spirits, extraordinary bending, or subterfuge. Perhaps in a time where people grow suspicious of the Avatar, a group tries to construct such weapons in the hopes of being able to counter whoever is hosting Raava at the time. Or, alternatively, a group trying to make such weapons in order to have a deterrant during times in which the Avatar isn't capable of his or her duties.

      seriously man, just leave now!

      I'm thinking no. I'm not about to leave the wiki or the fandom because someone happens to not like my ideas. I would advise against posting such comments in the future, TheAvatarNate, as they tend not to sit well with the wiki's policies.

      WOO! GO AIR NOMAD CRITIC! WOO HOO!

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    • Wan and Zuko

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    • I'd like to see a direct to dvd or Hour Long TV special where the Anime directors that inspired Bryan and Mike are given a chance to play in their world.

      Shinchiro Watanabe directing a Film Noir Detective Short set in Republic City featuring the Equalists.

      Hideaki Anno directing a story featuring a young man lost in the spirit world.

      Genndy Tartakovsky directing an Epic battle set during the hundred year war.

      Mamoru Hosada directing a short focusing on Toph and Lins relationship.

      Peter Chung directing a story about an Air Nomad on the run from the Fire Nation.

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    • Don't forget Hiyo Miyuzaki (apologies if misspelled), now that he seems to have abandoned retirement.

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    • RaidenRadio wrote: I'd like to see a direct to dvd or Hour Long TV special where the Anime directors that inspired Bryan and Mike are given a chance to play in their world.

      Shinchiro Watanabe directing a Film Noir Detective Short set in Republic City featuring the Equalists.

      Hideaki Anno directing a story featuring a young man lost in the spirit world.

      Genndy Tartakovsky directing an Epic battle set during the hundred year war.

      Mamoru Hosada directing a short focusing on Toph and Lins relationship.

      Peter Chung directing a story about an Air Nomad on the run from the Fire Nation.

      I'd buy those in a heartbeat. I love a good Tartakovsky action scene especially after his work on the clone wars. Watanabe always delivers in a quality show.

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    • Had a weird dream about S3, unlikely but you could make something out of it

      It was "international honour your grandfather day", people spent their time playing with their grandfather, those who had a grandfather who past away had their spirit visit (spirit portals were open) then spent the day with their spirit.

       The owner of Cabbage Corp honoured his grandfather by selling cabbages (remember the cabbage merchant from The Last Airbender?). However they recieved an order of 5000 cabbages from Air temple island. Workers were forced to investigate and found Tenizens children interacting with a spirit of physical growth and nutrition. Katara watched them and explained "My husband, Avatar Aang, his dying wish was to never be the Avatar, if he wasnt he would still be alive, his life force would never be drained over the 100 year war".

          She claimed the spirit had great respect for Aangs deeds and believed he deserved a 2nd life to make up for Aangs loss, but asked for a huge amount of nutrients which would require alot of vegetables (5000 cabbages). The spirit was fed a shipment of 5000 cabbages, then Jinora called Aangs spirit (no longer the Avatar after harmonic converge). He walked into the plant. A few moments later the plant spat out Aang in the state he was before the 100 year war. An 12 year old airbending master, however he remembered everything from his life, including his death. He could not bend elements besides air (does not have Avatar spirit) but retained his extreme airbending skills.

      Tenizens children loved Aang and treated him as some "Airbending Master Brother" but Tenizen himself went mentally insane due to his father returning from the dead by an spirit, and as a 12 year old

      Aang was constantly crying tears of joy because he wasnt the Avatar and could live life again the way he wanted

      Dream wasnt completely clear, cant remember after that. But with spirits around its a possible fan fiction. And you know how interesting things get when tenizen goes mentally insane

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    • I had also had another idea although I think it may be too much like Romeo and Juliet. the dark avatar cycle had continued and the avatar cycle had stayed strong and the avatar and dark avatar fell in love the avatar would be avatar Thoyrn from my fanon and the dark avatar would be some badass biker bitch who is one of the sexiest villains ever created in avatar who was willing to go good for her boyfriend.

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    • Interesting. Never really cared for Romeo and Juliet, mostly because they killed my favorite character, but that's not a bad idea. Wonder how that relation would work out, especially when it comes to making Avatar level decisions.

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    • If its based on Romeo and Juliet, my guess is badly. The story is much more of a tragedy than a romance.

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    • I hated romeo and juliet. i'm down for a good tragedy or romance, but this one just had too much stupidity to go around.

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    • Miyazaki has retired from directing features. He says he is still planning to keep around and work on short films and assist others.

      But seriously getting Miyazaki to direct an episode of ATLA/LOK is impossible. It's like asking Babe Ruth to bat for little league.

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    • You never know. Avatar isn't exactly an obscure fantasy franchise anymore, nor is it known for having mediocre material, storywise or aestheticwise. Turning Miyazaki and/or Studio Ghibli loose on an Avatar short film/hour long episode could be something everyone would be talking about.

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    • Try telling that to Nickelodeon, Paramount, and Hasdi Bravo.

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    • Sadly I don't speak corporate, but I doubt the thought hasn't popped up in either parties minds, and I'm sure I'm not the first to suggest a merging of this particular proverbial peanut butter and chocolate. Besides, if either studio wanted to make a garunteed buck, a collab project wouldn't be a bad avenue to take.

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    • i'm not so sure about all of that - for one thing, i'm not exactly a fan of anime. it all just seems a little too... weird. second, i doubt the result of anyone but bryke at Avatar's helm.

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    • Honestly, I would hesitate to call Studio Ghibli's work "anime", at least in the typical sense. There's much more movement in the animation, and things tend to feel less "cartoony" than they might in stuff like Full Metal Alchemist or Naruto. Hard to explain without just saying "go see his stuff". Its kind of like the difference between The Lion King and Looney Toons: both are American animation, but one is just more cinematic and grand.

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    • Miyazaki himself is reluctant to use the term "anime' to describe his films to westerners. Considering the stigma that is usually associated with most Anime (Lots of blood and violence and "adult" content which is significantly lacking in most of miyazakis work). . . . with one major exception.

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    • Princess Mononoke? I seem to recall quite a few gruesome deaths in that one.

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    • to everybody who criticized my Romeo and Juliet fanon idea I probably hate Romeo and Juliet much more considering my English teacher decided that's the next play were reading in class f*** miss Mazza-Shaw one of the reasons I want this is so I can survive Romeo and Juliet with my mental stability and I think it would be interesting in the avatar world but most importantly I love it when hero's and villains are couples

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    • @ANC

      Yup. Although admittedly by todays standards, it's actually quite tame. If you can handle the amount of violence in Empire Strikes Back, or Revenge Of The Sith, I think a 12 year old kid will be okay.

      Maybe not Miyazaki, maybe his son Goro or one of his disciples would be open to it. I greatly enjoyed Up On Poppy Hill. (You should watch it, it's a very uplifting film.)

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    • ... What?

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    • Avatar thoyrn wrote: to everybody who criticized my Romeo and Juliet fanon idea I probably hate Romeo and Juliet much more considering my English teacher decided that's the next play were reading in class f*** miss Mazza-Shaw one of the reasons I want this is so I can survive Romeo and Juliet with my mental stability and I think it would be interesting in the avatar world but most importantly I love it when hero's and villains are couples

      I personally enjoyed reading Macbeth the most out of the Shakespeare works. I think could make a good Avatar adaption as well.

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    • @ Intelligence4

      I wouldn't be so quick to dismiss "Avatar Roku Rock's" idea of interaction between avatars. It is made clear that past avatars dwell in the spirit world (based on when Aang goes into the spirit world to find Koh and sees Avatar Roku there). The story wouldn't have to be based in the Human World. 

      Also i would like to examine your point that all the Avatars are the same person. While I think this is partly true, it is also partly false. The Avatar is not a person per se, it is the combination of Raava and a human. The only "constant" in the chain of Avatars is Raava. She is in all of the Avatars. However the human who is the Avatar is different every time (sometimes drastically since it is made known that Aang strongly disagrees with the views of some past Avatars, Kyoshi to be specific). It is true that all the Avatars are good people and many of them have lots in common, but I don't think that they are actually the same person. After all it is the AVATAR that is being reincarnated, not the person.

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    • SoxFan92 wrote: @ Intelligence4

      I wouldn't be so quick to dismiss "Avatar Roku Rock's" idea of interaction between avatars. It is made clear that past avatars dwell in the spirit world (based on when Aang goes into the spirit world to find Koh and sees Avatar Roku there). The story wouldn't have to be based in the Human World. 

      Also i would like to examine your point that all the Avatars are the same person. While I think this is partly true, it is also partly false. The Avatar is not a person per se, it is the combination of Raava and a human. The only "constant" in the chain of Avatars is Raava. She is in all of the Avatars. However the human who is the Avatar is different every time (sometimes drastically since it is made known that Aang strongly disagrees with the views of some past Avatars, Kyoshi to be specific). It is true that all the Avatars are good people and many of them have lots in common, but I don't think that they are actually the same person. After all it is the AVATAR that is being reincarnated, not the person.

      Kuruk: FO SHIZZLE!

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    • I would love to see an Avatar series that takes place probably several centuries after the Hundred Years War in which benders were almost purged into extinction. Probably the protagonist is just a simple bender (Firebender I would like to see) who is conflicted by himself and must decide his destiny and save the world from futher decadence (Decandence in which we are slowly suffering now in Real Life). 

      Actually, I once wrote a fanmade story of this on MircrosoftWord which was poorly titled as Avatar: The Final Legacy, which I use the concept that the Creators originally were thinking about for ATLA, a story that takes place in a Futuristic World.

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    • soxfan, take a look at this: http://avatar.wikia.com/wiki/User_blog:Intelligence4/The_Dynamics_of_the_Avatar,_Second_Edition

      i've already done all the analyzing haha.

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    • I reckon it would be pretty interesting to have an Avatar who hasn't learnt any elements find out somehow that they actually are the Avatar. It would be a different to all the other Avatars we know about; Aang could at least airbend before he knew he was the Avatar, and Korra had some ability with water, fire, and earth but we haven't (to the best of my knowledge at least) seen an Avatar who just couldn't bend any of the elements when they realised who they were. We would see this Avatar deal with their own self doubts of who they were, since bending the four elements is one of the most important and defining abilities of the Avatar. It would be their greatest challenge; to prove to the world, and themselves that they are the Avatar. And they would eventually learn the elements of course, since they are the Avatar, but instead of having one element which is oppostie to their personality, and therefore the hardest to learn, this Avatar could struggle with bending all the elements. Perhaps they could learn how to use the Avatar State before they learnt how to bend, which would be cool to see how it would work without bending. 

      I also think going back in time is a good option for future series, as I'm interested in the Avatars after Wan and before Aang, and as it has been mentioned above it would be cool to see more of the Air Nomads and how they lived before the hundred year war. 

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    • Dude, I changed my mind, I said Zuko and Katata smacking Korra

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    • huh?

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    • Avatar Roku Rocks! wrote:
      Dude, I changed my mind, I said Zuko and Katata smacking Korra

      At the beggining of Legend of Korra Katara said her friends are gone, meaning Zuko has passed away (unless returns as a spirit like Iroh)

      Katara is too old during Korras time to really do anything against the Avatar and tries to support her being an reincarnate of her husband


      Personally Id still want to see some messed up romances from the past like "The spirit of competition", such as Lin + Tenizens break up or Toph and her husband

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    • I'm fairly sure the quote was "Most of my friends are dead", and according to the Wiki, he's still alive traveling the world, so spirit world shenanigans wouldn't be necessary.

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    • I would love to see a Avatar Yangchen story, just to see how the Air Nomads lived and exactly how Avatar Yangchen kept peace in the world to the degree their weren't any wars are real problems even after her death. Also how she balanced Air Nomad teachings along her duties as the Avatar. I mean geeze she sounds cool.

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    • I wish see musical about A:TLA.

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    • Kamikaze54 wrote: I wish see musical about A:TLA.

      An interesting prospect. I would imagine a fair amount of talent behind the curtains would be required to get the stunts and dialogue to reflect the show; wouldn't want another Spider-Man: Turn Off The Dark. Get Stephen Schwartz to do the music and the job would be half done.

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    • i say just keep the track team doing the music. they've done an outstanding job so far - i'd even stretch to say that avatar has the best soundtrack i've ever heard.

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    • I would absolutely love to see a story about an airbender foresaking their heritage and perhaps gathering others to their cause and creating an army of sorts. Airbending is perhaps the most underutilized, but also the most varied of the elements, and just the idea of an aribender army would be fantastic. They could collectively draw the breath away from an entire group of people and suffocate them, or even work as assassins by enhancing their speed to extreme levels (like Aang did during Book One when Sokka and Katara were sick). 

      I just think this would be fascinating to show. It might have to take place in the far future or the far past, due to the lack of airbenders in LoK right now. But yeah, this would be really cool to see. 

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    • Korra beating up Mako over cookies, like because she was mad that he played a trick by saying he has AIDS and gave it to the cookies and Bolin is the end of the world.

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    • Avatar Roku Rocks! wrote: Korra beating up Mako over cookies

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    • I would like a story about the avatars after korra like how she can some how see the future of here next past lifes. Cause we know for a fact the next avatar will be an earth bender because of the avatar cycle and we need to know if its a guy or a girl again.

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    • Hokkaidomaster wrote:
      I would absolutely love to see a story about an airbender foresaking their heritage and perhaps gathering others to their cause and creating an army of sorts. Airbending is perhaps the most underutilized, but also the most varied of the elements, and just the idea of an aribender army would be fantastic.

      Not really an army involved, but my group fanon, Spirits of the Shadow, features a heretic airbender.

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    • Maybe the next series to have some sort of Airbending villain? Anything but a string of waterbenders.

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    • Korra going insane and becoming a Jeff the killer like person! (Ok, I'm in the mood for making a creepypasta, but IDK how.)

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    • Kubernes wrote:
      Maybe the next series to have some sort of Airbending villain? Anything but a string of waterbenders.

      I like it! Do you think what did he or she will look like? I mean hate the firebenders for nearly push airbenders to extinct 100 years ago? And want to get revenge!

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    • Well they would be a child of our current airbenders in LoK so there's alot of different takes someone could work with. They could be as simple as wanting to push for greater areas of airbender land, basic "racism", or a leader of a bender triad/criminal group.

      Even something like a character that just didn't want to live that sort of life would work too. Someone with no shaved head and/or adopts another's culture to combat the fostered dislike of their parent culture.

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    • I like the idea of an airbender villain but I don't think they would be in Aang's bloodline

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    • Considering there is no other bloodline to go off of, an airbender villain could only come from Aang. Besides, ancestry isn't exactly a perfect indicator of behavior; just look at how different the great-grandchildren of Avatar Roku turned out. Under the right circumstances, anyone could become a villain.

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    • you do realize that there is no possible way ALL the airbenders died out have a theory there were maybe a few hundred who escaped because even though they are the smallest nation there are or were thousands or MILLIONS of them and the fire nation couldn't get them all

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    • (Cough)Ty-Lee(Cough, Cough)

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    • Though I have my own reservations on the Air Nomad genocide (one of my first posts here, actually), the creators have made it clear that all the Air Nomads were killed, leaving only Aang. Its a fairly non-sensical event considering genocides almost never work, but its what we have to work with.

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    • also, they were the least populous nation... and i highly doubt avatarverse has the huge overcrowding problem that ours does.

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    • well no the avatar world dose not seem to have an overpopulated amount of people but the air nomad genocide msot likely took place during our worlds 1750's during the american revolution (considering it was 171 years before legend of korra which takes place in our worlds 1920's) and i'm quite certian that we have equal populations and back then there were still at least 1 billion people on the globe and the the southern air temple dose have a secret trap door that the airbenders could've used to escape and live in peace. 

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    • To be fair, the genocide didn't end with the initial attacks. As one of the comics reveals, the Fire Nation lured Air Nomads to fake safe houses decorated with loot from the temples, and ambushed them that way. Even if Nomads escaped, they would have fallen victim to ambush.

      Again, not the strongest reasoning, but its what we have to work with.

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    • Even took them years to fulfilly complete it too.

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    • Dude, I just noticed, if you guys actually wanted to see an episode abou- oh wait.... Wrong thread, sorry

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    • air nomad critic wrote: the genocide didn't end with the initial attacks as one of the comic reveals, the fire nation lured them into fake safe houses decorated with loot from the temples, and ambushed them that way. Even if nomads escaped, they would have fallen victim to ambush.

      if I may the earth kingdom is a large highly populated place and as Aang he and possibly other air nomads can easily cover up their tattoos and hide by blending in with earth kingdom commoners, besides the earth kingdom is just far too large and the fire nation only controlled so much earth kingdom territory at the time.

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    • Look, I know its hard to believe. I myself have issues with how "the last airbender" thing worked out, but the creators themselves have said that Aang's lineage is the last one. There are no other airbenders. Unless another creative team comes in and retcons the lore, Aang's brood are all we have to deal with.

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    • There are three (potentially four) airbending children to work with. You could even add dozens more if you like the "rogue sailor soldier" Bumi angle. 

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    • (cough) Ty-Lee(Cough)

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    • I wouldn't mind seeing a story that primarily features a non-bender main character surrounded by benders. Throw in some fish out of water elements, clever uses of environment, some Jackie Chan improvising, and some good old fun.

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    • WHEELJACK

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    • what do you mean by fish out of water elements? I'm intrigued.

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    • Like he doesn't know his current environment or location. Maybe he comes from a completely different culture? It's an easy way for the writers to introduce the audiance to a foreign culture and its ideas without having to do too much expository dialogue.

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    • so like say a waterbender living in the fire nation or an earthbender in the northern water tribe?

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    • Good to be back after so long! I'd have loved to see an alternate take on Wan's story that's more in line with what the original  series. Make him one of the last surviving energy benders who merged with Raava from the start to save her life after Vaatu injures/separates from her, have him meet Oma and Shu, Tui and La, the Sun Warriors, etc.

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    • Avatar thoyrn wrote:
      so like say a waterbender living in the fire nation or an earthbender in the northern water tribe?

      Something like that. I was thinking of a non-bender so the audiance has a person to relate to. Plus, he or she has to devise some way to be on equal terms with benders and their abilities.

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    • I dunno, that sounds a bit too much like Sokka and Bumi II, It might work with the later though.

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    • I'd like to see Sokka working at nick and working on LoK

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    • Avatar Alpha wrote:
      I dunno, that sounds a bit too much like Sokka and Bumi II, It might work with the later though.

      You'd have to stay away from the usual comedic side to make it work. Not saying there cannot be comedic moments, but they could not be the usual type we saw from those two characters.

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    • If the Spirit portals are open and spirits can just enter the physical world, it is possible for spirits of ALTA characters coming back

      I could see Aang reuniting with Katara peacefully as a spirit and assist Tenizen with training airbending to his kids (even though he cannot airbend as a spirit)

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    • I'd like to see Zuko and Sokka copeing in the real world. Because on Saturdy, I had the strangest dream that Sokka,Aang,and Zuko were acting out in the arctic and they lived there without any girls. 0_0

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    • @thinklogic

      that would be nice if iroh came back, although he wouldn't have his firebending which would kinda be disappointing. for the others though, especially aang, that would be impossible. aang is now korra, and all the others are actually dead.

      more on why aang can't come back: http://avatar.wikia.com/wiki/User_blog:Intelligence4/The_Dynamics_of_the_Avatar,_Second_Edition

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    • well not all the others are dead only Sokka, Aang and Toph (sort of) are confirmed to be dead. not to mention that iroh could come back to the material world if he chose.

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    • I would love to see something perhaps farther in the future of Legend of Korra, with the Avatars power becoming weaker. With the firebending Avatar only capable of bending their native element and taking a spiritual journey to figure out why she can't bend the other elements.

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    • the only way the avatars power could become weaker is if the avatar spirit (Raava) was weakened or damaged

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    • You could probally add physical weakness or potential injury to that list.

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    • I'm watching rubber right now. xD a bit violent because he blows stuff up. :I

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    • I like to think about the robot-benders idea! The humans create them and they turn against the humans and want to rule the world instead.

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    • how could the robots bend? i feel like this is a bit like the equalist revolution. and i have some bad news my english class is finially starting the dreaded ROMEO AND JULIET dun-dun-dun and i think i'm going to create that avatar and dark avatar fanon just to survive I OFFICIALLY HATE NEW YORK COMMON CORE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! (even though i already hated common core)

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    • just to clarify my fanon will actually be good and not sexist like romeo and juliet and the avatar and dark avatar will fall in love.

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    • I wish at Mai should kill a Mai hater!

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    • ID like to see some non humorous romance like

      -Tenizen and Line break up

      -Any of Tenizens children involved, they make things interesting

      -Sokkas later year

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    • I would for once like to see an 'evil' avatar. Like imagine if Ozai was the reincarnation of the avatar in the first one. Would he change like Zuko or would he still be the same? Use his powers for evil or good? 

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    • Intelligence4 wrote:
      if the dark avatar were to be reborn, then he would always be a waterbender, since that was his only one. we know from beginnings that the avatar cycle is the result of the order that wan learned the elements in.

      Yes that is true. The very first Avatar was given the powers by the Lion Turtles and the only way he could keep them under control properly if he connected his soul with Raava - seeing as the first Avatar was given all four elements therefore he could be born in any nation relating to those four elements. So therefore if Vaatu was reincarnated like Raava that means he would only be reborn into the Water Tribe considering his host only knew the Water Bending element. 

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    • Water bending Water bending Water bending Water bending Water bending Water bending Water bending Water bending

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    • Yeah but I would've really loved to see Aang, Katara, Toph and Sokka grow up and how their lifes went on. Especially seeing Bumi, Kya and Tenzin growing up - how Aang shows Tenzin the proper way of being an Airbender etc. I'd also like to see scenes before the 100 year war - Aang's life before he was frozen in the iceberg. I'd also like to see Avatar Roku's life, what really went on with him and Sozin etc. And yeah, I would like to see an Avatar born to Non-bender parents just to see how it plays out with their child having the ability to be a bender when both his/her parents aren't benders.

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    • Lolwaterbending

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    • pretty much any avatar's journey during the time of the four nations would be excellent.

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    • Slice of life style?

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    • why slice of life? whats wrong with action?

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    • Would be nice for a different style in the universe. Action would be nice, when it is called for.

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    • the series is already action. well action adventure to be precise.

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    • Emphasize more adventure and de-emphasize pointless action. One good set piece per episode is fine. Or just have that action be interesting.

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    • action and adventure go hand-in-hand.

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    • Action is just a plot element in just about every story. Adventure is just usually an unusual experience that would exist outside the norm (comparatively speaking). However, I'd rather have that hand-in-hand experience be meaningful, both to the characters and the audiance. Brevity being the important concept.

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    • That's a good philosophy to have. I think I like Korra's style of action over ATLA, only because ATLA had a lot more opportunity for filler and the kind of "slice of life" experience you're talking about. I appreciate plot more than filler-y episodes, so the 12 episode arcs in Korra have been really nice so far (assuming they aren't rushed like Book 1's ending). 

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    • It just depends on how much those 12 (or 13) episodes do to with the main story. A good approach is that if you have fewer episodes, you'd better have fewer instances of filler (if any).

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    • well with fewer episodes the writers don't have enough time away from the initial conflict in Korra an advantage ATLA had.

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    • I would want to see...

      -Kyoshi's early avatar life

      -Sozin after Roku died

      -Lin and Tenzin's relationship

      -Iroh's dragon of the west days/LU TEN

      -Lin and Toph

      -The Kataang family

      -Any conflicts/issues Aang faced aside from Yakone

      -The air nomad genocided and aftermath

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    • We will have 40 episodes (or was it 41?) with books 2, 3, and 4 so there is more than enough time to develop characters, environments, and conflicts.

      I wouldn't mind seeing both Kyoshi's early and later life. The secret to such a long lifespan could finally be answered. 

      A story about an Avatar living 5,000 years after Wan or before Korra would be perfect to setting up a new story without many of the trappings of the being a direct sequel. 

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    • why 5000 years? that seems like a big time gap.

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    • Mainly because it would be far removed from both the first Avatar and the current one. That way you could come up with drastic differences between the nations than what we have seen. Think The Old Republic setting in Star Wars.

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    • Intelligence4 wrote:
      @roku rocks

      that's not possible. by definition of reincarnation, they are the same person (wan). http://avatar.wikia.com/wiki/User_blog:Intelligence4/The_Dynamics_of_the_Avatar,_Second_Edition

      In the Avatar Kuruk article, it states after Ummi was kidnapped by Koh, Kuruk tried to hunt for Koh the face stealer all his life and even after his death, meaning while other Avatars such as Kyoshi were alive, Kuruk was also alive as a spirit and seperate. When Aang called previous Avatars for wisdom, Kuruk mentions he was hunting for Koh and Aang called him over for knowledge. Kuruk gets upset when Aang tells him he saw Ummis face taken by Koh

      In TLOK, Aang appears infront of both Korra (when she loses her bending) and Tenizen (in the fog). The Avatars connection to these past lives appears to only summon their spirit over and allow them to ask questions like "how do I stop the 100 year war without killing Ozai?"

      It may not be possible for the Avatars to "chill" in their physical form but as spirits they can do so.

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    • You could argue the Aang in the fog wasn't the real Aang, but a manifestation of his inner thoughts. After all, the image of Aang does turn into an image of Tenzin.

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    • Kubernes wrote:
      You could argue the Aang in the fog wasn't the real Aang, but a manifestation of his inner thoughts. After all, the image of Aang does turn into an image of Tenzin.

      The Fog infects those within it by making them see their worst fears. Im pretty sure Aang wasnt Tenizens worst fears... or even a fear.

      And also Spirits can change forms, see the spirits article

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    • That's the point: what Tenzin was seeing wasn't the real Aang.

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    • Tenzin was hallucinating because the fog infects your mind and drives you crazy.... I mean look at Zhao.

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    • We need what TV Tropes refers to as 'word of God' . That is official interpretation from the mind of the creator.

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    • I would love to see a prequel to Avatar: The Last Airbender introducing unknown Avatars from the past.  Or maybe, how about a series about the Unnamed fire Avatar which reveals his name and backstory? 

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    • I am more ingested in the fire nation avatar before him. She might have been a fire nation royal as she was wearing that thing Sozin have to Ruk

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    • do you mean the unnamed fire avatar? because before we get into a whole thing about him we should first learn his name.

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    • RaidenRadio wrote:
      We need what TV Tropes refers to as 'word of God' . That is official interpretation from the mind of the creator.

      The art book pretty much does that. Gotta wait quite a ways off for that one. There's a large number of questions I have with book 2.

      With 10,000 years, all the nations must have had changes. I mean, you can look at the water tribes alone and see that there must have been some sort of drastic change to force them to the poles. 

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    • but water is the element of change so wouldn't they be able to cope with the change unless if the change was desertification to the si Wong desert which must have once been a lush forest but is now a desert due to intense agriculture. but then again they would've just discovered bloodbending earlier than they did. now that I think about it I think that the fire nation should've imprisoned the southern waterbenders in the si Wong desert in Japanese detention camps.

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    • the new avatar change into a dark avatar and rava goes to another one from the same age

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    • Mkamind wrote:
      the new avatar change into a dark avatar and rava goes to another one from the same age

      It would be impossible for Raava do that as she is bound to the avatar for eternity(korra in this case) 'We are bonded forever' When they fuse using the portals, their combined energies become a permeant deal. This is why the avatar reincarnates. Korra’s soul and Raava’s are intertwined in such a way that when Korra dies, she is reincarnated ince Raava is immortal.

      Vaatu ripping Raava from Korra was a one time occurrence and was demanded by the power of the plot. In fact, even after Raava was ripped from her, they were still connected, shown when Korra felt the pain from everyone of Unalaq’s attacks on Raava

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    • we can say that someone let vaatu return then vaatu get inside the avatar and take Raava out, like what happened in the legend of korra

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    • Vaatu didn't seem to get that memo when the great spirit decided to rip out Raava in book 2.

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    • raava and vaatu are BOTH inside korra now vaatu had nowhere else to go!

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    • He was pacified, so I don't really see him inside Korra.

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    • maybe someone can take him out like how korra did to take Raava out of Unalaq

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    • I want to see an 'Ember Island Players' style episode. . .

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    • we would have to wait until book four when team avatar will visit the fire nation (I still want book four to be called book four courage.)

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    • Something tantamount to "Avatar Shippuden" lol. Just the setting... They skipped a lot that I want to see. Not the comic series' but something really good, better than the original series. AND a sequel or continuation from THAT, covering the adult years up until Aang's earthshaking passing. 


      And Taang in its rightful place on the throne haha.

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    • I still want ZUTARA like the many ZUTARA shippers.

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    • Avatar thoyrn wrote:
      I still want ZUTARA like the many ZUTARA shippers.

      Actually I don't know if I'm with Zutara or Kataang. They are both good.

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    • well it is probably one of the biggest shipping wars but then again I also sort of want aangsuki or whatever the Aang X Suki ship is.

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    • Tsst Tsst Shippin,what like a buncha boats or sum thin

      Kudos if u get the reference

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    • The problem that we didn't see toph in a relationship.

      Toph and Aang are good, But they were dealing each other like friends

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    • Now that some of the main ATLA characters are dead or older, I do wonder how the relationships changed. I would love to see a scene with old Katara, Zuko, and Toph in a room having to discuss something. That or reminiscing.

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    • You all can have your Zutara then if you so desperatley need so. Fine by me. But Taang lives on stronger than the tree of life in that case. -u-

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    • I would like to see a big change in the Legend of Korra season 4 like maybe it takes place in Korra's early twenty's, so like 20-22. Another change is maybe korra is engaged or even married with a baby, just my opinion

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    • I would like the Avatar to have a sibling (or even a non-bender twin).

      Anyhow; my favourite Avatar story would be an Avatar 100 years after Korra living in a world where bending is (because of technology) no longer as valued. Tha Avatar has to find teachers who haven't neglected their element and needs to restore balance to the world.

      What do you think?

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    • BelgiumHelper wrote:
      I would like the Avatar to have a sibling (or even a non-bender twin).

      Anyhow; my favourite Avatar story would be an Avatar 100 years after Korra living in a world where bending is (because of technology) no longer as valued. Tha Avatar has to find teachers who haven't neglected their element and needs to restore balance to the world.

      What do you think?

      In my story the avatar is the first avatar to have a sibling. His sister is two years younger. I'm going to make changes on this story to make it better, I hope you check it out some times.

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    • The last episodes of S3 seem to focus on Zaheer and his gang destroying the Avatar. But im curious about Opal

      She spent a life in luxery yet shes excited to go to the temple and decent with Airbending. I wonder... how would her experience be suffering the hard work shown in E7

      If you wrote an fan fiction of Opal's experience training with Tenizen Id read it

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    • Kind of? I mean, Zaheer and the gang were more than willing to kill two birds with one stone with the possible assassination of the President and the Avatar in RC.

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    • Sinc we're already so close to the present in terms of our own history and technology, eventually if they keep making avatar shows, they'll have to do a prequel show set somewhere between Wan and Yangchen. So I'd like to see a show set between that time period. Other Possiblities:

      -A story involving time travel. Not liek wormholes or an actual time machine, but the avatar meditating so hard that their subconscious inhabits a past avatar or an ancient relative.

      -An alternate history where benders have been eraticated for hundreds if not thousands of years now and bending is unheard of. One person starts out like Wan, with no powers, but with HEART and slowly starts having weird dreams until he comes face to face with Rava or a Lion Turtle...

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    • right now I want the promise and the search to become animated TV movies.

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    • I'm torn between wanting to know what happened before and after! Before - Who was the avatar after Wan? How did the world react? Why did Raava stop talking to the avatars? A selection of short snippets from earlier avatar's lives would be interesting too. Especially as adult avatars.

      For what would happen next (the earth bender after Korra), it would be interesting to see an Avatar who struggled to bend their own element (a meeker earthbender would struggle just as Aang did) and whilst they discover some of their other elemental powers (like being lightfooted from falls by airbending and occasionally overheating from firebending) they don't believe they could be the avatar because they can't even bend earth - which leads to low self esteem and not believing in their avatar abilities [this could be added by the avatar's parents/siblings being part of an earthbender school where they are intensly looking for the best earthbender to be the missing avatar]. Being underconfident and unsure could lead to more quiet reflection, allowing this avatar to reconnect with Raava in a way the newer avatars haven't. Which would allow a more vengeful side to the avatar state to remerge like we saw with Aang (the quiet and shy avatar would be frustrated with their inability to bend earth which would manifest in the rage of the previous avatars [or just Korra if she doesn't get her past lives back (please!)]. 

      As for the technology state of the future installments...I think it'll slow down, what with more people becoming benders due to harmonic convergence and then there'll be less of a need for tech.

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    • I think that the avatar world will technologically evolve just as fast as out world but with less pollution since firebenders provide electricity I would bet waterbenders purify the city's water and earthbenders probably level the roads so the don't need to have tar pavement but instead are solid rock but I don't know what airbenders could provide.

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    • I suppose if lightning benders are rare(actually when have we seen anyone in LOK since Mako's brief stint in the power station in season 1?) then airbending could be used for wind turbines? Or they could help air ship travel be more efficient? It depends on their numbers and if they ever grow enough to be a decent force in the modern Korra world (I hope they do) 

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    • I guess that would be a good way for the airbenders to contribute along with everybody else although I never really thought the avatar world would create wind turbines since they originated in north America but with all the change it would make sense.

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    • Its why I'm more pro airships...it would be interesting to see the development of air benders as people not living as air nomads or air acolytes. What sort of role would they fufill? Metalbenders naturally lend themselves to police work, firebenders/lightning benders for electricity production and waterbenders to farming/healing/spirit chaperoning...where do airbenders fit in?

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    • they will find a place when there are enough of them but I can guess if there was an apocalypse where the atmosphere loses oxygen they can help clean the air and keep the world oxygenated but in the case of the world the way it is we'll probably find out by the end of book three.

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    • Among the lines of Airbending it seems new to be in the outerworld outside temples. What if that was the fan fiction itself? Getting new Airbenders to interact with the world outside Nomads. Trying to fit in an new enviroment. Look at all the Airbenders Tenzin didnt take to the Air temple


      I started writing an fan fiction with this idea but I felt it got too dark and stopped working on it

      It was about when Kya was exploring the world trying different things, she married Tarlokk at one point and had one son but a few years later Kya finds out Tarlokk was Yakones son and powerful bloodbender during the Revelation and tries to lose any connection she had with him. Her son however despite being friendly and supportive he had Amon's ability to bloodbend during the day and figured out how to take away peoples bending. He only used this ability once on an bending crime triad who tried to rob an food stand. Kya didnt want to kill him but having Yakone and Aangs blood combined it made him an tough child to possess

      The story mainly went with the son, trying to fit in society but everyone was terrified of him. Even Avatar Korra didnt want to greet him and attacked him thinking he'd take her bending. 

      • shrugs* I might get back to it, what do you think?
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    • My Fan fiction is about an evil organization , it has five armies. ghost waterbenders(water armies) they are powerful waterbenders who bend steam to hide then attack by freezing their enemies. Dark firebenders(fire armies) They use the blue fire and upgraded form of it(dark fire). The dark fire causes explosions. Sonicbenders(air armies), they can create sonic waves and strange sounds. Soilbenders(Earth armies) they use earth in special way. they bend the soil and create many shapes. The Giant warriors(Nonbending armies) they use heavy weapons and meele weapons, they can do some moves like ninja. 

      This organization return the dark avatar(the main villian). 

      Team avatar is 8 members, 5 benders and 3 nonbenders. the avatar-earhtbender-waterbender-firebender-airbender-nonbender fighter-spiritual-a computer master.

      I'm working on the second chapter.

      I hope someone check the first chapter and tell me what he/she thinks.

      http://avatar.wikia.com/wiki/Fanon:The_Avatar_Rising_Part_1:_Unusual

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    • I'd be really interested at seeing Avatar Kyoshi's period of being the avatar. She's always seemed like a really interesting character and I'd love to get to know her backstory. 

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    • KaylaT wrote:
      I'd be really interested at seeing Avatar Kyoshi's period of being the avatar. She's always seemed like a really interesting character and I'd love to get to know her backsItory. 

      I want to know about the firebender and the earthbender beforeYangchen.

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    • @Kayla read Kyoshidude's The Kyoshi Chronicles for a backstory. Might not be the real deal, but it's very well written with nice plot, intriguing characters, and beautiful description.

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    • RuleroftheBisons97 wrote:
      @Kayla read Kyoshidude's The Kyoshi Chronicles for a backstory. Might not be the real deal, but it's very well written with nice plot, intriguing characters, and beautiful description.

      Ok thank you I might have to check that out :) 

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    • I want to see the comics become animated movies.

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    • I was hoping the ALTA comic books like "The Search" were made into movies


      I asked my youngest cousin what kind of fan fiction he'd like to read for Legend of Korra but he asked me for the following:

      Remove Pema from book 1, and re-write it as if...

      After Lins break up with Tenzin, he realizes Suyin has become an better person want wants family, so he marries Suyin and has 8 children, Baatar, Wing, Wei, Hu an which are metal benders, and Opal, Jinora, Ikki, and Meelo that are Airbenders. Not only is Amon throwing an Revelation against bending triads but LIN is secretly an corrupt police operating these bending triads as an form of revenge against Tenzin taking her sister over her

      Dunno... should I write it?

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    • yes you should my favorite parts are the removal of Pema and an evil Lin.

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    • TheAvatarNate wrote:
      I'd like to forget all the LOK stuff first.

      then go BACKWARDS in time and have a story like 1,000 years before aang. so airbenders exist too. and maybe the avatar isn't even a main character but, a recurring character.

      also one during the 100 years war would be cool. maybe just about soldiers. like a band of brothers type deal and have it be more mature so people die more often. and none of the characters are especially great benders. that would be cool.

      I would like to see some pre-Roku stuff.

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    • ShortswitsoxZ wrote:
      TheAvatarNate wrote:
      I'd like to forget all the LOK stuff first.

      then go BACKWARDS in time and have a story like 1,000 years before aang. so airbenders exist too. and maybe the avatar isn't even a main character but, a recurring character.

      also one during the 100 years war would be cool. maybe just about soldiers. like a band of brothers type deal and have it be more mature so people die more often. and none of the characters are especially great benders. that would be cool.

      I would like to see some pre-Roku stuff.

      I'd like to see mini series' on the past Avatars as well.

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    • that would be pretty cool an episode per avatar I would guess?

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    • i would like to see the next avatar in the cycle (this could change depending on book 3 and book 4 of korra) but with a twist. this time due to a glitch in the avatar caused by korra loseing connection with ravaa then re conecting twins are born by rather than 1 becomeing the avatar both do. this would be more similar to ATLA with some more traveling. at 1st both brothers are nice but then after a falling out they go their separate ways and form diffrent views of the world. we are made to belive the one of them is bad or not as good as the other.


      then in a season 2 book finale after they and their teams unite to face a common threat their mother is killed. both react diffrently to the threat the brother we originally though was the better of the 2 becomes more spiritual and the other brother becomes obsesed with becomeing stronger because he didnt save her. eventually he causes imbalance and becomes corrupt which eventually leads to both cobfronting each other and ends with both brothers becomeing one.

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    • are they identical twins?

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    • there would be some similarities but no i think they could be fraternal twins.

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    • ok I was kind of hoping that you couldn't tell the differences that way the bad one could switch them when one is to be captured.

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    • I like that idea.

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    • Avatar thoyrn wrote:
      that would be pretty cool an episode per avatar I would guess?

      Yeah or maybe even a whole seperate spinoff chronicling the events of each avatar from Yangchen to Roku.

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    • i also want to see the avatar world advance in science and technology to that of the 21st century with the next avatar.

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    • Avatar thoyrn wrote:
      i also want to see the avatar world advance in science and technology to that of the 21st century with the next avatar.

      Yeah that may just be possible.

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    • it is in the avatar world it is about 1927 right? so after 71 years they have invented radios, cars, airplanes, movies... i mean movers so they should be probably be as modern as us in like 85 years give or take.

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    • Avatar thoyrn wrote:
      it is in the avatar world it is about 1927 right? so after 71 years they have invented radios, cars, airplanes, movies... i mean movers so they should be probably be as modern as us in like 85 years give or take.

      If we're going to equate the technological advancements of Replublic city to an era of the West irl, specifically America, then yes lol, around the 1920s. What you gotta remember though is that they jumped from barely breaking even technologically with the war machines, (almost exclusively fire nation) to being pretty sufficient with 1920s level tech in only 70 years. They aren't advancing at the same rate we are, so you can't really use our technological timeline as a direct substitute for theirs. That being said, who knows what the developers will do.


      EDIT: Whoops forgot to bold the second part of your comment so you know which part each reply is to. There you go.

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    • I just hope they keep swords and other midevil wepons around.

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    • ShortswitsoxZ wrote:
      I just hope they keep swords and other midevil wepons around.

      I'm sure only Water Tribe will keep those. They hardly even have those now.

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    • Actualy they do.

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    • ShortswitsoxZ wrote:
      Actualy they do.

      Dude.."hardly"

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    • Well what else would they use besides pricey equlist wepons.

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    • There's been controversy over mutant bender types such as 24\7 blood bending and lava bending

      What about an story of an earthkingdom  guy who gained mutant airbending from harmonic converge. The mutation caused him to bend anything with the slightest traces of air, thus allowing him to water and earth bend, but not fire. He mistakes himself for the Avatar and tries to master all while stopping disorder caused by the Earth Queens death.

      When he gets stuck on firebending... he meets Avatar Korra...

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    • ShortswitsoxZ wrote:
      Well what else would they use besides pricey equlist wepons.

      Weapons aren't exactly at the dollar store lol. They'd use the same weapons that they develop with tech. You don't see us runnin around with swords lol 

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    • Thinklogic wrote:
      There's been controversy over mutant bender types such as 24\7 blood bending and lava bending

      What about an story of an earthkingdom  guy who gained mutant airbending from harmonic converge. The mutation caused him to bend anything with the slightest traces of air, thus allowing him to water and earth bend, but not fire. He mistakes himself for the Avatar and tries to master all while stopping disorder caused by the Earth Queens death.

      When he gets stuck on firebending... he meets Avatar Korra...

      Well the probelm with that is that the series hasn't old us exactly what (other than the obvious) qualifies as air. That is, What is EVERYTHING that an airbender can bend, regardless of the medium? Does all oxygen in and of itself count as air? Is that how Aang airbends under water? Or does it have to be gaseous, therefore he just manipulates the bubbles around him or he simply bend air from himself?

      As of now, I'm kinda assuming it just has to be something in a gaseuous state.

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    • I am saying this as nicley as I can, but this needs to be said. 

      Only use the word an before a word that starts with a vowel and only a for a consadent, or it hurts my brain to read it. 


      Please, please, please, follow this one rule. You can spell it wrong, say "u r", instead of "you are", but saying "an cow" or "an school" just drives me crazey. You could even say "a apple" or "a university" just eneything but saying "an"  and I have seen a lot of people do it. I am not correcting here I am begging.

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    • ShortswitsoxZ wrote:
      I am saying this as nicley as I can, but this needs to be said. 

      Only use the word an before a word that starts with a vowel and only a for a consadent, or it hurts my brain to read it. 


      Please, please, please, follow this one rule. You can spell it wrong, say "u r", instead of "you are", but saying "an cow" or "an school" just drives me crazey. You could even say "a apple" or "a university" just eneything but saying "an"  and I have seen a lot of people do it. I am not correcting here I am begging.

      I don't really see anyone not doing that right now. 

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    • GRiND wrote:
      Thinklogic wrote:
      There's been controversy over mutant bender types such as 24\7 blood bending and lava bending

      What about an story of an earthkingdom  guy who gained mutant airbending from harmonic converge. The mutation caused him to bend anything with the slightest traces of air, thus allowing him to water and earth bend, but not fire. He mistakes himself for the Avatar and tries to master all while stopping disorder caused by the Earth Queens death.

      When he gets stuck on firebending... he meets Avatar Korra...

      Well the probelm with that is that the series hasn't old us exactly what (other than the obvious) qualifies as air. That is, What is EVERYTHING that an airbender can bend, regardless of the medium? Does all oxygen in and of itself count as air? Is that how Aang airbends under water? Or does it have to be gaseous, therefore he just manipulates the bubbles around him or he simply bend air from himself?

      As of now, I'm kinda assuming it just has to be something in a gaseuous state.

      Part of it is the mystery behind it. Going into too much detail wouldn't work very well for that story and the intended audiance. I suppose you could come up with something mystical.

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    • GRiND wrote:
      ShortswitsoxZ wrote:
      I am saying this as nicley as I can, but this needs to be said. 

      Only use the word an before a word that starts with a vowel and only a for a consadent, or it hurts my brain to read it. 


      Please, please, please, follow this one rule. You can spell it wrong, say "u r", instead of "you are", but saying "an cow" or "an school" just drives me crazey. You could even say "a apple" or "a university" just eneything but saying "an"  and I have seen a lot of people do it. I am not correcting here I am begging.

      I don't really see anyone not doing that right now. 

      Trust me people do it on this wiki.

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    • I would like to see a story in which the Avatar is actually aware of the responsibility of being the Avatar is. Similar to Aang, opposite at Korra in some aspects. A Avatar who takes in account most of the previous incarnations by learning from them the history of their actions and the consequences in which they caused. This would allow us to learn about more previous Avatar's in closer depth before Yanchen. This Avatar could be wiser enough to make better decisions than his/her predecessors in solving on going conflicts without causing turmoil for the next incarnation. (Kyoshi did this with the Dai le, Roku did this by not stopping Sozin, Aang did this by not stopping Yakone properly). I don't know a good conflict in which this Avatar could put that knowledge to good use. :/

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    • I'm sure Korra may actually be that Avatar by killing the villains in book four and killing Zaheer I don't want her to kill the rest of the red lotus (just the other three main agents.) they are just too awesome.

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    • Perhaps, but she needs more motivation or a change in her core personality first. She certainly threatens people and beats up others but there's a lack of that final follow through to end someone's life. That is a good thing. If there were more books or episodes, I suppose they could entertain that notion.

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    • Avatar thoyrn wrote:
      I'm sure Korra may actually be that Avatar by killing the villains in book four and killing Zaheer I don't want her to kill the rest of the red lotus (just the other three main agents.) they are just too awesome.

      Knowing the origin of this series, I doubt killing will actually bring about long lasting peace or positive outcomes.

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    • Depends on how they do it too. Take the great Legato scene in Trigun as an example. It had a huge impact on the main character and it worked very well for the story and themes presented.

      Thematically, I'd rather not have the main character in this story kill off characters, for the same reasons presented GRiND.

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    • how else could Korra defeat the red lotus without them reemerging?

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    • I doubt anyone could completely eliminate the order unless Korra found every single member, all their knowledge and information, and so forth. They could always emerge from a writer's fancy.

      So let's focus on the four main members. She could just beat them up again and put them back in prison. A better designed prison would work. That's an easy solution but I'm not sure it would solve the underlying problem of chaos spreading and other problems in the world.The situation might seem like another take on the Ozai one and Aang didn't kill the main villain there. 

      I'm guessing something to do with 'balance' is the likely solution. Something to tie in with spirits and those spirit vines in RC.

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    • if so than you must want Korra to take away the bending of the red lotus or reform them.

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    • Zaheer was dangerous before being a bender. He won't be weaker.

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    • A good comaprison may be the real world war on terror.

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    • comparison*

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    • the rest of the red lotus on the other hand can't really do much without their bending. well yeah Ghazan is strong and Ming Hua is agile but that is really it.

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    • Ming-Hua will have nothing to do without her bending

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    • Isn't pili like 7 ft why would they make her so tall in the first place

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    • Thebridge14 wrote:
      Isn't pili like 7 ft why would they make her so tall in the first place

      The other combustion guy was a giant too.

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    • Yeah so mayby being tall gives them better accuracy during fights It just seems that pili belongs in the movie avatar

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    • Avatar thoyrn wrote:
      if so than you must want Korra to take away the bending of the red lotus or reform them.

      The most Avatarish would be to try to reform them or to show them the errors of their actions. I suppose she only needs to do it to Zaheer, as the rest would fall into line. As noted above by some, taking away the bending in the current world might not fix the problem. We have to remember the Equalists and the threat by even the ordinary mooks (chi blocking and technology).

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    • Kubernes wrote:
      Avatar thoyrn wrote:
      if so than you must want Korra to take away the bending of the red lotus or reform them.
      The most Avatarish would be to try to reform them or to show them the errors of their actions. I suppose she only needs to do it to Zaheer, as the rest would fall into line. As noted above by some, taking away the bending in the current world might not fix the problem. We have to remember the Equalists and the threat by even the ordinary mooks (chi blocking and technology).

      Not necissarily. The Avatar must do what it takes to keep the balance in the world even if that means killing. It's one of Aang's downfalls since he didn't believe in taking a life due to his air nomad belief that all life is sacred and he found another way with energybending. But energybending can't solve everything.

      Avatar Yangchen stated that all pacifism must be put aside when your the avatar because its not about whats best for you, its about whats best for the world. 

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    • Well, Zaheer was really dangerous even without being an airbender so its obvious that taking their bendings away would not work here.

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    • Back at the question.

      I would like to see a an avatar story which timeline is like decades ago.

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    • The Air Nomad Critic wrote: I'd like a story centering around an Avatar's "fall from grace", in which an Avatar attempts to make a "perfect world" by using his/her immense powers to intimidate the nations into implementing Orwellian tactics to keep people in line. Every dark act would be done in the name of good with only the best of intentions, probably fueled by a tragic event, only ended when powerful benders, skilled assassins, and mighty warriors join forces to end the Avatar's reign.

      Out of curiosity, did you base this off of the storyline of the video game, "Injustice: Gods Among Us"? I had just finished the game, so I recognized the storyline, lol.

      I'd like to see a story of a prophecy being fulfilled, one in which Raava has stated that she is ready for her soul to go on to the Spirit World fully, and that she feels it is time for the Avatar to come to an end. It could be about how the last incarnation is fighting to keep her life while also trying to bring as much balance to the world before her time ends.

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    • I'm sure at least one avatar fell from grace and did what you want to see.

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    • KaylaT wrote:
      Kubernes wrote:
      Avatar thoyrn wrote:
      if so than you must want Korra to take away the bending of the red lotus or reform them.
      The most Avatarish would be to try to reform them or to show them the errors of their actions. I suppose she only needs to do it to Zaheer, as the rest would fall into line. As noted above by some, taking away the bending in the current world might not fix the problem. We have to remember the Equalists and the threat by even the ordinary mooks (chi blocking and technology).
      Not necissarily. The Avatar must do what it takes to keep the balance in the world even if that means killing. It's one of Aang's downfalls since he didn't believe in taking a life due to his air nomad belief that all life is sacred and he found another way with energybending. But energybending can't solve everything.

      Avatar Yangchen stated that all pacifism must be put aside when your the avatar because its not about whats best for you, its about whats best for the world. 

      Are the Avatars not humans and as falible as we are? Diffferent perspectives for different Avatars seems to sum it up. In that sense they have to find the balance they believe is the correct one at their point in time. An Avatar like Kyoshi might see a situation and just kill the guy while another might use a different method. 

      Much of the problem also lies in the fact that the Avatars cannot see the future. You could say that Aang's actions with Yakone helped to create the problems in Korra's time. The same thing with Roku. Kyoshi herself helped created the Dai Li and Yangchen's actions are one of the focuses in 'The Rift'.

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    • KaylaT wrote:
      Kubernes wrote:
      Avatar thoyrn wrote:
      if so than you must want Korra to take away the bending of the red lotus or reform them.
      The most Avatarish would be to try to reform them or to show them the errors of their actions. I suppose she only needs to do it to Zaheer, as the rest would fall into line. As noted above by some, taking away the bending in the current world might not fix the problem. We have to remember the Equalists and the threat by even the ordinary mooks (chi blocking and technology).
      Not necissarily. The Avatar must do what it takes to keep the balance in the world even if that means killing. It's one of Aang's downfalls since he didn't believe in taking a life due to his air nomad belief that all life is sacred and he found another way with energybending. But energybending can't solve everything.

      Avatar Yangchen stated that all pacifism must be put aside when your the avatar because its not about whats best for you, its about whats best for the world. 

      I think that was said for conflict and build up. Aang was never gonna kill Ozai. It's bryke. They have beliefs and values and those are present through the show.

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    • well thats their beliefs Aang should've killed Ozai he had the full ability to escape his prison and i bet he may have made several atempts but they probobly failed. we know he probobly was given a life sentence.

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    • Mkamind wrote:
      Zaheer was dangerous before being a bender. He won't be weaker.

      He would be weaker still.

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    • GRiND wrote:
      KaylaT wrote:
      Kubernes wrote:
      Avatar thoyrn wrote:
      if so than you must want Korra to take away the bending of the red lotus or reform them.
      The most Avatarish would be to try to reform them or to show them the errors of their actions. I suppose she only needs to do it to Zaheer, as the rest would fall into line. As noted above by some, taking away the bending in the current world might not fix the problem. We have to remember the Equalists and the threat by even the ordinary mooks (chi blocking and technology).
      Not necissarily. The Avatar must do what it takes to keep the balance in the world even if that means killing. It's one of Aang's downfalls since he didn't believe in taking a life due to his air nomad belief that all life is sacred and he found another way with energybending. But energybending can't solve everything.

      Avatar Yangchen stated that all pacifism must be put aside when your the avatar because its not about whats best for you, its about whats best for the world. 

      I think that was said for conflict and build up. Aang was never gonna kill Ozai. It's bryke. They have beliefs and values and those are present through the show.

      That's about as spot on as you can get.

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    • I always thought aang used the advice his past lives gave in that he needed to be decisive, bring justice,be active and selfless. The lion turtle kind of just summed up what he needed to do and brought a reasonable method in solving his problems.

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    • The turtle also gave him a good way out too with the energybending.

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    • I don't think aang copped out because he had to sacrifice him self to defeat the Firelord remember if his spirit were corrupted he would have died.Energy-bending is extremely dangerous, the only problem I have with aang is that he said he never took a life but didn't he kill the wasp in the desert and a hundred fire nation soldiers granted he was in the avatar state and fused with the ocean so there's not much he could have done.

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    • the soldiers who were in the ships surely died so we can't say Aang never took a life.

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    • Oh I don't know I just never got the feeling that Aang would ever be able to do what must be done. Each avatar seems to face a problem that was caused by the previous avatar. Avatar Roku chose not to kill Sozin that bit Aang in the ass now didn't it, and Aang not killing Yakone caused Korra problems through Amon. I don't want Korra to become that avatar that really screws up and causes the end of the world that would just suck!!!

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    • I think Korra will be the one Avatar who doesn't make any screw ups that will connect to any trouble for the next avatar.

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    • We'll find out if they ever do another one. My guess is something will connect, even if it seemed minor. There is the fact that two spirit portals are open and we haven't seen a single sinister spirit in the physical world yet. 

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    • Avatar thoyrn wrote:
      the soldiers who were in the ships surely died so we can't say Aang never took a life.

      That is why he was afraid of the Avatar state it makes him uncontrollable.

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    • KaylaT wrote:
      Oh I don't know I just never got the feeling that Aang would ever be able to do what must be done.

      What do you mean? 0_o Are we talking about the same dude?

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    • GRiND wrote:
      KaylaT wrote:
      Oh I don't know I just never got the feeling that Aang would ever be able to do what must be done.
      What do you mean? 0_o Are we talking about the same dude?

      Well Aang was never the type to kill... anything. I completely understand where he's coming from on a personal level but as the Avatar sometimes taking someones bending away doesn't cut it and they need to be taken out. That's what he should have done to Yakone but didn't and it caused alot of issues after he died with Amon. Yes you can't forsee stuff like that but for the sake of the world you can't take the risk no matter on your personal feelings or opinions.

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    • KaylaT wrote:
      GRiND wrote:
      KaylaT wrote:
      Oh I don't know I just never got the feeling that Aang would ever be able to do what must be done.
      What do you mean? 0_o Are we talking about the same dude?
      Well Aang was never the type to kill... anything. I completely understand where he's coming from on a personal level but as the Avatar sometimes taking someones bending away doesn't cut it and they need to be taken out. That's what he should have done to Yakone but didn't and it caused alot of issues after he died with Amon. Yes you can't forsee stuff like that but for the sake of the world you can't take the risk no matter on your personal feelings or opinions.

      I guess I'm beating round the point. Doing what needs to be done doesn't always = killing. In fact, in this franchise, I don't think it's ever been the best or necessary solution and I'm no pacifist.

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    • GRiND wrote:
      KaylaT wrote:
      GRiND wrote:
      KaylaT wrote:
      Oh I don't know I just never got the feeling that Aang would ever be able to do what must be done.
      What do you mean? 0_o Are we talking about the same dude?
      Well Aang was never the type to kill... anything. I completely understand where he's coming from on a personal level but as the Avatar sometimes taking someones bending away doesn't cut it and they need to be taken out. That's what he should have done to Yakone but didn't and it caused alot of issues after he died with Amon. Yes you can't forsee stuff like that but for the sake of the world you can't take the risk no matter on your personal feelings or opinions.
      I guess I'm beating round the point. Doing what needs to be done doesn't always = killing. In fact, in this franchise, I don't think it's ever been the best or necessary solution and I'm no pacifist.

      I know but that's just the example I'm using. 

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    • KaylaT wrote:
      GRiND wrote:
      KaylaT wrote:
      GRiND wrote:
      KaylaT wrote:
      Oh I don't know I just never got the feeling that Aang would ever be able to do what must be done.
      What do you mean? 0_o Are we talking about the same dude?
      Well Aang was never the type to kill... anything. I completely understand where he's coming from on a personal level but as the Avatar sometimes taking someones bending away doesn't cut it and they need to be taken out. That's what he should have done to Yakone but didn't and it caused alot of issues after he died with Amon. Yes you can't forsee stuff like that but for the sake of the world you can't take the risk no matter on your personal feelings or opinions.
      I guess I'm beating round the point. Doing what needs to be done doesn't always = killing. In fact, in this franchise, I don't think it's ever been the best or necessary solution and I'm no pacifist.
      I know but that's just the example I'm using. 

      To each his own I guess?

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    • I think i'd rather have the main character of either series try to avoid outright killing the main enemy. With AtLA, the writers did a great job at almost forcing Aang to do something completely against his core personality. It's perfectly fine if a previous Avatar would have found it easier to off an enemy, just not these main characters. 

      Side characters could be used to a different effect, such as the example that was given with Amon and Tarrlok. To be honest, that scene always made me feel like they had to get rid of those characters because of the fact that the series was only planned for that one book intially. The same feeling with Aang reappearing at the end.

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    • Book 1 just doesn't really fit in with rest of the series, I don't think the word Amon has been metioned once since his death. It feels like a really long episode that has nice book ends. Book one of korra is probaly my least faviorite book out of the entire franchise, it lacks the adventure and mythical sense that the last Airbender had, don't get me wrong its still solid.book two had some great episodes like beginings a new spirtual age harmonic convergence and darkness falls but book three has been the most consistent on the whole

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    • To me Book 1 was more of an wake up call on the Avatar to attend their normal duties

      In ALTA, problems are already established, but in TLOK they more arise

      Unalaqs spiritual teachings were "good" led to war and an 2nd Avatar set to destroy her

      Book 3 (dont flame me) was my personal favourite book out of both TLOK and ALTA. It seemed so promising to Tenzin of an better future with Air Bending being revived. It looked even better with the Metal Clan reuniting the Beifong family. But soon Air bending causes huge problems, it even destroys Ba Sing Se to an higher degree than the Fire Nation

      By the Ultimatum Tenzin probably thinks reviving Air Bending wasnt so good due to Zaheer. That one guy who ruined it


      Overall, I like stories where something granted seems promising but results in retribution. Unfornately this is the common diea for Jimmy Newtron and Fairly Odd parents. Infinite desserts? No Sleep? No homework? Sounds nice but you'll suffer for that soon 

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    • Thinklogic wrote:
      To me Book 1 was more of an wake up call on the Avatar to attend their normal duties

      In ALTA, problems are already established, but in TLOK they more arise

      Ah...but we know basically nothing of what happened in between The Rift so far and the first episode of Korra.

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    • we know that the conflict in the rift was settled but that is really it besides the Yakone crisis, Aang and Katara's marriage and the birth of their kids etc.

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    • Avatar thoyrn wrote:
      we know that the conflict in the rift was settled but that is really it besides the Yakone crisis, Aang and Katara's marriage and the birth of their kids etc.

      Yeahp

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    • there is still more to come.

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    • Maybe a story of a Element that went extinct in the age of rava, but they came back.

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    • you mean energybending?

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    • I'd much like to see the rise of the four kingdoms; the founding and daily lives of the early Air Nomads, Water Tribe, Fire Nation, and Earth Kingdom up through the ages. Seeing the original benders working with and learning from their animals would be neat too, as well as the adoption of each of their element's philosophies and forms. I love the cultural side of Avatar. It gives the world its flavor and depth.

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    • Avatar thoyrn wrote:
      you mean energybending?

      Yes exept, no becase that would be to O.P.. I would also like to see what is on the planet's other side, and a short mini serise far in the futuree wuith that whole twin avatar thing, one is evil because of Vatu.

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