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The home page for Book One: Water features a map of the entire World of Avatar.

Nick.com's Avatar Index was a large source of canonical information on the World of Avatar, with content contributions from Michael Dante DiMartino, Tim Hedrick, and Joshua Hamilton.[1] The index was removed at some point and is no longer hosted on Nick.com.

Map

The home page of the index was a map, as well as linked to information on waterbending, earthbending, firebending, and airbending. From there, one could cycle through to maps of Book One: Water, Book Two: Earth, both of which depicted the Avatar world, or Book Three: Fire, a map solely of the Fire Nation and set as the default.

On each map, there were several white dots marking where an episode took place. When hovered over, a pop-up with Aang's face appeared that showed the book number, episode number, and episode name to which the dot was linked.

Episode pages

Upon clicking the white button link, a viewer was shown several different flashes of landscape art, and after a short while a page on the episode. There were several sections written on a bar at the top, and when clicked they would lead to a different entry on the appropriate subject as seen in the episode. On the bottom, there was a bar providing links to the pages for all other episodes in the book, as listed by the season and episode number. The last two episodes of Book Three were merged into one page, titled "Into the Inferno" & "Avatar Aang".

Episode

This is the default entry that was shown when one clicked the link to the episode. When one visited this page, information on the episode appeared on the left side, while on the right was a picture of Aang and his staff.

Characters

Upon clicking the "characters" section, one saw a slider with the faces of several characters seen in the episode. Upon clicking one of the faces, the full body of that character was seen, as well as their name and a brief description of who they are.

Creatures

When the "creatures" section was clicked, all creature entries on the page were shown, including an image of the creature, their name, and a brief description.

New locations

In the "new locations" section, there were images at the bottom of locations visited in the episode. When one of the images was clicked, a larger version of the picture appeared in addition to an entry on that location.

Gear & more

In the "gear & more" section, either objects or other miscellaneous items from the episode would be shown on a slider similar to the one in the "characters" section. The slider was a little larger, however, and the images were of the whole item instead of just a small part of it.

Goofs

Kaya

Kya's page on Nick.com spells her name wrong and has a picture of a Southern Raider rather than one of Kya.

Trivia

  • A section titled "Katara's diary" was originally present on the episode pages, however, clicking it would lead only to a message stating that its content was coming soon. The section was never updated, and it was eventually removed from the index.

References

  1. Blu-ray commentary for "The Sting".

External links

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