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  • You think they'll make a sequel to The Legen of Korra someday?

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    • the creator sadly said that they won't make another serious.... but there will be more comics

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    • Not exactly that they wouldn't, just that they weren't planning to, & wanted a long break from the franchise.

      Which isn't that much different, to be fair.

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    • And honestly, if they were to make another series, I think (and hope) it's not about the next Avatar.

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    • I think they'll do another series, someday. Or maybe some company will buy the Copyrights and make their own Avatar-series, that disgusts the entire fandom because it will be a loveless trashheap of a show, aimed to make people nostalgic so the company can sell merchandise.

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    • Honesstly, I hope they do another series someday. Bryke can take a break as long as they want, like twenty years for example. They never said they would stop the franchise, like Neo said.

      Probably people don't want an Earth Avatar, others yes (myself included), so that is a big debate, but as far as I've seen in many fan works, a lot would like to see the next Earth Avatar.

      If they do make an Earth Avatar series in the future (again, talking about ten to twenty years forward), it should have a different focus:

      • Aang dealt on how he didn't want to be the Avatar, quickly learn the elements to defeat the Fire Lord, and how was like to be in war. But most importantly, that he could decide his own destiny, and that was reflected the moment he spared Ozai's life.
      • Korra dealt with how she liked being the Avatar, and how confident she was that people would like her. But each season, every single aspect of Aang's legacy was deconstructed, book by book, with each villain. All that, in Book Four made Korra ask herself "Does the world need the Avatar anymore?". 

      Now, a third Avatar series could have various focuses like:

      1. "Who IS the Avatar? Who is {INSERT EARTH AVATAR NAME HERE}?"
      2. "Does the Avatar have to be GOOD?"
      3. "Should there only be ONE Avatar?"
      4. Now this point of view is something I am leaning towards in my fanfiction and has to do with number 1: "Is the Avatar unique?" For that it would kind of be another decontruction of the previous series, but in a different way (WARNING, POSSIBLE SPOILERS OF MY FANFICTION) like:
        1. "It's the Avatar's duty to use that power to keep balance among the four nations of the world." One aspect taken down by someone who took away that duty.
        2. "The Avatar is the fusion between a human being and the only one part spirit." Another down, with him turning out not being the only human-spirit fusion.
        3. "The Avatar possesses the ability to bend energy itself." What about someone who can energybend that is not the Avatar? Another down.
        4. "The only physical being with the ability to bend all four elements." …What about someone else who given the previous, controls the four elements as well? (I have ideas in the air, I know it sounds crazy, but it's a long story and I don't want to spoil it).

      With that being said, there are still a LOT of potential stories based in the Avatar universe. Yes, we're getting the comics and more stories, but with the same characters of Team Avatar (not complaining, they're cool stories). I would like to see something new, like I experienced with LoK after watching AtLA, and most potential storylines and series focuses I can currently think of, revolve around an Earth Avatar (I mean myself because maybe someone has ideas).

      Also, another thing that could be cool would be seeing outer space/ET life, or having a spirit or a non-bending antagonist.

      And, if Bryke never gets to work on this hypothetical series, they could lend it on a trusted writer's hands, or see what story do they have in mind, and if Bryke is okay with it, green light for a series (although budget, Nick's approval, or Studio Mir's decition to get back animating the series, should also be kept in mind).

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    • They never said they would stop the franchise, like Neo said.

      I also said what they said is effectively the same as saying that.

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    • I hope there'll be a new Avatar series one day. But I also hope it won't be on Nickelodeon but on a streaming service like Netflix. Very unlikely though, given that Nickelodeon owns the IP.

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    • If it would be on Netflix, I wouldn't know what to do, I think Netflix has different content for different countries and it is pay-site, I don't want to pay to use something on internet, I also don't pay to unlock stuff on mobile games, because it doesn't worth for me

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    • Hunprincess wrote:
      If it would be on Netflix, I wouldn't know what to do, I think Netflix has different content for different countries and it is pay-site, I don't want to pay to use something on internet, I also don't pay to unlock stuff on mobile games, because it doesn't worth for me

      Fair enough. I just don't want the series to be limited by children's network tv censorship and budgets.

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    • Fair enough. I just don't want the series to be limited by children's network tv censorship and budgets.

      I AGREE! I think that without censorships and a larger budget, both Avatar and Korra could have been more interesting/epic shows. I mean, they are already great; I'm trying to say, we could have had more "explicit" deaths (not a fan of gore, I'm not talking about that), more seen blood even more epic fight scenes, or a chibi comedy spin-off (for entertainment purposes, and non-canonical gag reels); of course, not that just by killing more characters or showing some fancy coreography fighting could make a show better if handed wrong, but you know what I mean.

      Take example of RWBY, the famous american-made anime other than Avatar/Korra; it has good fighting scenes, character deaths (a few so far, but most of them very emotionally painful), and a chibi comedy spin-off (RWBY Chibi, which is pretty entertaining, and a good way to wait for the next season). Even though it has those atractive appeals, it's not yet a show which can be compared to Avatar if we talk about quality writing.

      From my personal opinion, if a series combined both Avatar/Korra's storytelling/worldbuilding/writing quality with RWBY's style of merchandise, it would be a HELL of a show. That's my personal opinion.

      I also said what they said is effectively the same as saying that.

      The way you said it is too confusing Neo. But I think I get you.

      Has anyone even bothered to ask Bryke themselves if they would do an Earth Avatar series if given the chance, years in the future? (Asked them like in an interview or a Comic Con I mean)

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    • They basically always say the same thing I paraphrased, but what I try to point out is that "we're not planning to, we want to take an indefinite break" is pretty much authorspeak for "it's over." Nobody ever really commits to "we're just never going to do it again," because nobody can say for sure what's going to happen 10, 20 years down the road. So you say you "might" come back to it "someday." The unspoken subtext there is "but I don't think I will."

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