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Soo...it’s been awhile, something like 6 months…soo, Happy Thanksgiving, Merry Christmas and Happy New Year! Yeah...here’s part 3 of my indepth review of ATLA: Book One: Water - back by zero demand... (¬_¬)
Part 3 - Last post: Part 2 (Winter Solstice Parts 1 & 2, Jet, The Great Divide, The Storm, The Blue Spirit, The Fortuneteller & Bato of the Water Tribe)
The title of book makes it clear that it revolves around the element of Water, it doesn’t mean that’s ALL that interests our lead character Aang. Indeed he’s received little to no real training through the story thus far, but that is all about to change with this chapter, “The Deserter”.
Firebending has never been seen as an element…
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- I just wanted apologise for the long time between these reviews being uploaded to the Wiki, it’s just that it was much more difficult to review these than I first though.
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A casualty in the battle of the rig, from the last episode, was Katara’s necklace. A reminder and memorial of her late mother, which is claimed by Zuko. This leads us into the two parter, “Winter Solstice”, where Zuko is now closing in on Aang, and more on the Avatar’s responsibilities and abilities are revealed. It starts off with the gang coming across this forest which has been devastated by the Firenation, later a nearby village, which is being tormented by a spirit monster, both are connected. T…
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- This is going to be a small introduction to a look at Avatar: The Last Airbender, as I’ve read other reviews on here and wanted to my own, looking at one of my favorite shows. Now, I’ve never done anything like this before, so please forgive any long sections of inconsistent ramblings (like this one) or any problematic points where my opinions may become slightly lost or clouded. If there's anything I missed in terms to the concept behind Avatar or any advice on to how to enhance these season-by-season (book-by-book) review, things...then please remember to leave me a comment, it helps out a lot!
The two halves of the title (Avatar: The Last Airb…
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I just want to say, it's been a longtime since I've been on the Wiki, and even longer since I wrote a blog! But here I am back to writing 'random rambling rubbish' in my blogs on what boring to crazy "things" happening with me and some of my ideas, which have some connection with the Avatar franchise (if any). Anyway's, enough of that, what's been happening; Book 4 of Korra's been happening, with perhaps one of best first episodes to date for Avatar as a whole, and that's saying something! It really has a the feeling of an epic, spiritual journey for both Korra and the world, which will make a fun ride for all of us! :D
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As may have guessed by the title, this is a informative blog on the production and writing status of the projects; "Yangchen: A War in Two Worlds" and "The Restoraion of Hope" animation.
I've almost finished writing the first chapter, "The Room of a Thousand Toys", and plans of a late September release might be a possibility. However, with other ongoing projects (2 Animations and a Comicstrip), and starting college, it may be a while before it's released.
In addition, the official page for the Fanon will be added to the Wiki, once editing has begun for the first chapter.
You may have, or have not, heard of this Fanon. It was going to be an animation, then i…
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