Just imagine Team Avatar's respective genius non-benders work together, How much stuff they would invent and accomplish?
What's on your mind?
I've seen a lot of polls with a character of Avatar trilogy and some other universe, but the character of avatar trilogy wins. So, basically what I wanted to say was that if you don't know both powers, try to figure out and then vote. Please try to not spam someone cause are a member of this show trilogy.
If you don't want to do this, then I have no problem with it.
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We all heard characters in both ATLA and TLOK talk about days, weeks, months & (obviously) years. But how does the calendar of the world work, if there is one? In "The Blue Spirit" during Zhao's speech to his garrison, he says "This is the year Sozin's Comet returns.", and that was after the Winter Solstice episodes, which implies we can assume the world celebrates a "new year" after the winter solstice, and the changing of the seasons were made clear in books two and three of ATLA. But can we assume that the years in the world of avatar have twelve months like the real world, or do they have some other way of measuring the passage of time?
Given that, say, 90% of the new Air Nation are airbenders who originated in the Earth Kingdom, does this mean that Aang's descendants are the only true Air Nomads remaining, or will all the descendants of the whole of the new Air Nation be Air Nomads by default?
For those who don’t know he also voices:
Ford (Gravity Falls)
Cave Johnson (Portal 2)
Mayor Lionheart (Zootopia)
Kai (Kung Fu Panda 3)
In the first series, we all noticed that benders tended to breathe and thrust their hands in a downward motion, typically starting from chest height, when they ceased bending. What exactly is that gesture called, as I've been trying to incorporate it into my fanon story but don't know how.
We all know that the previous few avatars had children and/or descendants.
Avatar Kyoshi had a daughter; the Fire Nation royal family is descended from Avatar Roku via Zuko, whom is Roku's great grandson via Zuko's mother, Ursa; and Avatar Aang had three children and four grandchildren.
Since it's likely that more past avatars had children and descendants, this has left me with a curious question: were any of the past avatars descended from another past avatar? What are the odds? Is it even possible?
Hey if Aang and Korra can bend the energy inside of people, to remove bending or unlock it when it's sealed, couldn't he also give people bending, like the Lion Turtles did or is that specific to only the Lion Turtles?
In the fire nation we are shown that there are both good, and bad people. One thing I'm curious about, is what were fire nation children taught about the people of other nations. I going to quickly talk about Attack on Titan. In that show, there are two Main Nations. Marley, and Paradis Island. The People of Marley were told that the people of Paradis were evil devils who would destroy the world. Could it have possibly been the same in the Fire Nation, with Children being told that people from The Earth Kingdom, Water Tribe, and Air Temples were evil, and bad while they were the good guys?
Now I know the title is weird because Ty Lee in fact did reform in the Series Finale, but this question is asking if she could have been reformed eailer, like maybe in Season 2? I'm going to present a scenerio.
In this scene Azula, Mai, and Ty Lee are all being attacked by monsters. At first they are able to hold turn own, but eventually they get overwhelmed. For one reason or another the monsters all seem to be going after Ty Lee. So in an act that makes perfect sense for Azula she abandons Ty Lee to her fate along with Mai who would be more hesitant to leave Ty Lee behind, but at that point would have no choice.
So Ty Lee seesh her friends leave her to die, and is shocked and hurt. As things begin to look down for her Team Avatar arrives, and saves Ty Lee. After rescuing her, they discuss what to do, because Ty Lee would most likely be crying super hard because of her friends betrayl. Now Aang being the way he is would want to help her and take her with them even though she's from the fire nation. Katara would probably support Aang, but Sokka, and Toph would be very skeptical believing the whole thing to be a trap. After some talking, they deciede to let Ty Lee go with them, but only if she's tied up so she can't use her chi blocking skills.
Ty Lee joins Team Avatar, and for a while there's mistrust, mainly between her and Sokka, Toph would probably care less, While Aang, and Katara would try to open up to Ty Lee. Eventually all of them start to trust each other after fighing together in a battle. After spending a lot of time with Team Avatar Ty Lee might start to see them as actual friends, and maybe even teach Katara some chi blocking techniques.
At one point they'd run into Azula, and Mai, and Azula upon seeing Ty Lee would start act all friendly, and fake apologize for abandoning her all those weeks ago.
Here's where I ask the question.
What does Ty Lee do in this sitaution.
Does she stay with Team Avatar, knowing that they truly cared about her, and helped her?
Does she go back to Azula?
I noticed when I first wrote my first Fanon character that the icons of the Fanon Icons template a a little small. Since I don't have the authority to edit the template – nor would I know how since I don't know how the code works – would it be possible for the admins to make the icons bigger?
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Here’s some art I made for part of an animatic thing I gave up on :P
Earthbending is the strongest bending in Avatar.
First, Earthbending can be concentrated to be able to sense other's presence. It's easily the best for surprise attacks.
Second, Earthbending can basically use the world to its advantage. They can make it to their advantage.
Third, You can use it anywhere. The whole world has ground. So Earthbenders have an unlimited supply of ground.
Note: Also, If you hadn't watched Naruto... then you won't get it really, but It also makes a good point, In the ninja war, Garaa (The sand dude, also, yes, the ground can do Sandbending) uses sand on Madara and Madara tried to move but couldn't, so Earthbenders can stop others movement and force them to move. So to sum it up.
Earthbenders can Bloodbend.
Furthermore, sand is small, so it can go into water and mover water too. Because to back it up, when Garaa stopped him from moving, we got to see up close what happened, the sand was in Madara's blood, so it should have no problem getting into other liquids. To make this all simpler,
Earthbenders can use any liquid they desire to beat anyone.
Earthbenders are technically can be called;
-Firebenders (They can use coal and iron from the ground)
Also, Earthbenders can literally dominate anything.
To hold all of this liquid? Use a gourd. Be a rip-off Garaa. lol. But it still gets the job done.
Because first of all, we can easily take out one bending art without a fight;
Firebending. Earth can easily beat it because it can use lava bending, a stronger version. No matter what. Even If some dude in TLOK learns white fire, whoopdy doo. Great job. But Lava bending can easily K.O it.
Waterbending. Technically water bending only decent bending his Bloodbending. But that can only be achieved on the full moon. But let's say it was a full moon. Bloodbending can only be in use when they are seeing the other person. All the Earthbender has to do is create a wall around them, or just create a wall to trap the light out making the water bender rendered useless. Plus, it can just use sand to drain the water up.
Airbending. Airbending is ok... but honestly not the best. The only good thing is the Energybending. Yet, like Bloodbending, but actually more GARBAGE. Energybending needs you to be touched in order to Energybend. So basically, It's garbage. Airbending loses easy.
I literally gave you proof of all of these to back it up. To sum this up.
Firebenders: Use Lavabending.
Waterbenders: Use Sandbending
Airbending: Make a wall and just make him tired and boom.
Earthbending has the power of Thanos.
I want an ATLA season 4 with the ideas the original creators had, even if they don't match with all the stuff that came after they ended ATLA.
Who's with me?
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A major theme of the show is balance. Guru Pathik and Uncle Iroh taught that separation is an illusion. Even separation of the four elements is an illusion. Therefore there are no "stronger" or "weaker" elements. All of them are needed to maintain balance in the universe. Whichever bender comes out on top in a fight is determined by the skill level of a bender. Not the element they bend.
I was interested in how gesture recognition can be applied to VR games and avatar's bending seemed to be a perfect match , so here goes my prototype , ill add in more attacks and networking, with a proper game mode too down the line if this garner's interest