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Avatar The Legend of Korra is rumored to be a brand new Avatar Series

Wow, Shared on Facebook over 100 Times!! Korra is definitally a hot topic!

Looks like this rumor turned out to be true! We have put together an Avatar the Legend of Korra information page where you can find out all of the information you want to know about The Legend of Korra.

There has been some fairly confirmed rumors floating around the net about a new Avatar Series (So not a Season 4) set to release entitled Avatar: The Legend of Korra.”  The series is rumored to be helmed by original creators Michael Dante Dimartino and Bryan Konietzko (if they weren’t involved it could never live up to expectations). Here are some things that have been rumored / confirmed about the upcoming series.

I also really hope The Track Team (Jeremy Zuckerman, and Benjamin Wynn) who composed the original Avatar The Last Airbender Soundtrack (Which still needs to be released!) will be involved as well, because that would be awesome!

What are your thoughts about a new Avatar The Last Airbender series? I’m personally way excited! I was fortunate enough to start watching Avatar The Last Airbender after every season had been produced so I didn’t have to wait in between episodes, watching a quality series as it is being produced should be very interesting.

Stay tuned for more news related to the new Avatar series which we will most certainly be following closely!

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Sources:
http://avatar.wikia.com/wiki/Avatar:_Legend_of_Korra

http://avatar.wikia.com/wiki/Forum:New_Series_Speculation

http://tbe.taleo.net/NA5/ats/careers/requisition.jsp?org=MTVNETWORKS&cws=1&rid=454

http://avatar.wikia.com/wiki/Forum:New_Series_Speculation

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  1. Kotryna Said: Comment by Kotryna on July 8, 2010 at 7:22 pm | Permalink
     

    I literally just sparked up (with the twinkly eyes and the happy face :D) after reading that Aang will be like Korra’s mentor. We get to see him older and learn about what happens to him in the future! *Squeeee!*
    I hope this whole Korra thing actually happens, because right now I’m so (sooooo!) excited, and I’d hate to be let down.
    I’m gonna miss the whole gAang, but I know that Mike and Bryan will make this mind-blowing and epic in the way that they do.
    Oh, happiness!

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    Admin / Jordash Reply:

    Yeah, I would be pretty stoked about a new series as well, we may possibly be getting news in the next couple of weeks.

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    Zukoluvr Reply:

    Dude, I understand your excitement, but wouldn’t Aang have to die for there to be a new avatar? the avatar can’t be reincarnated without dying….

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    bam Reply:

    yeah ur right i’m also waiting for some further confirmations and informations

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    torrent Reply:

    he did die remember? at the end of the second season azula hits him with lighting, and then katara brought him back to life with her spirit water

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    JAW Reply:

    yha because of that the cycle got all screwed up and there were going to be two airbenders at the same time !! thatnk for stating that now i get it!!!!

    but wht is going to happen to appa and zuko someone said he dies but idk!!!!

    Leon Stark Reply:

    This comes under my fan-fiction, Aang has one of his Avatar-Spirit dreams of Gyatsu and Roku telling him that there are Air-Benders in hiding, away from the war they could see coming.

    I have Gyatsu’s spirit-image reminding Aang, “Air-Benders are nomads, and cannot be tied down. The early Avatars wrote of the fifth temple, and left clues in all the Air-Bender temples, in tongues far more ancient than the last hundred generations has ever known. They could not see the language, built into the art and structures of the temples. There are also other sources that hold clues, for the Spirit Library is not the only place information is stored.”

    When Aang wakes up, he knows his mission, find the fifth temple. He will need Sokka’s skills to battle those who threaten the mission, and his wit to unravel the riddles that were left. Suki will watch Sokka’s back and both will become an “intrigue” that separates them, yets make them closer. Katara needs to stay close to Aang as the only person to bring him back from the Avatar State and cut Sokka down when he gets ridiculous. Toph joins Zuko and Mai on the mission to find out what happened with his mother, but also comes upon clues for Aang to check out. Toph joins in later, with her own interest.

    I do not know what will happen to Appa or Momo, but I would have them find their kin, and able to conserve the species in the end.

    Ian L. Reply:

    Honesty, I got upset when I read that there will be a new series. I don’t like that they are going to create a world where all the characters we grew to love are dead.. I guess that this is better than nothing, but I would have loved to see more of the characters from the old series. I also liked the environment from the old series. I don’t like the idea of a “modernized” world.

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    Ellie Reply:

    I agree completely. I’m excited for the new series but it
    will NEVER be as good as the old. I wish more than anything that
    they build this new series from the old one and start with the
    beginning with Zuko finding his mother along with Aang, Katara,
    Sokka, and Toph helping Zuko do so, and rule the nation…

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    Edog Reply:

    i agree with ellie that is what i thought that they would do when i first heard them saying a new one would come out and i don’t know if i want to. it will be kinda weird

    Mat Reply:

    I agree too i want to see more of Aang, katar, zuko etc. As excited as i would be for a new season i would really like to see it continued from where it finished. Searching for Zuko’s mother. even if its a few years later to see them all a bit older etc. I don’t want to see the end of the original crew just yet if ever :P

    bryanna Reply:

    Finally someone who understands….i hate idea of a “modernized” world as well, and I also liked the environment from the old series. But I guess these guys did create the most awesome show ever, so they’ll probably do something really good with the legend of Korra as well.

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    jaw Reply:

    iknow i wish it was theolder world but im kinda of excited to see the old charters older but not ang that schars me lol but i am defantly conna buy it lol!!!!

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    Admin / Jordash Reply:

    Yeah the new Korra world should be interesting.

    Nraftes Reply:

    I am with u all the way! I wish all the same characters were in it, they could have had them all a little bit older, some things change, and someone in hiding could try to take over everything, then after that they could do the legend of Korra

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    Issyyy Reply:

    The new avatar will be born, so that means aang is dead :(

    devo, but it does sound good, hopefully they make it as well as they did the first season

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    d-nice Reply:

    i hope it explain all the cofusion from season 3

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    Admin / Jordash Reply:

    A lot of questions from Season 3 will probably be answered in the graphics novels.

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    the hooded bud smoker Reply:

    i litterally justsparked up with some icky sticky nuggets … snoochie boochies

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  2. Liam Said: Comment by Liam on July 8, 2010 at 9:02 pm | Permalink
     

    i’ll miss gaAng..

    but im also looking forward for another series!..
    especially im addicted to water tribe culture !

    ..haha!
    , but what im interested is,
    what will be the conflict..

    and will there be a new race of airbenders?
    or air and water in one person..since aang and katara are likely to be married and will hav a child

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    Marshall Reply:

    i thought avatars couldnt have familys though so aang cant have a kid they are alowed to get married though since avatar rokku did

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    Kim Reply:

    You just contradicted yourself. Zuko = Ruko’s great grandson, remember? Nowhere is it said that Avatars can’t have families. Just that they have to place the world first(before any one person).

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    Matthew Reply:

    If roku is zuko’s grandpa, then who is soasin to zuko? isn’t soasin zuko’s grandfather?

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    Admin / Jordash Reply:

    Yeah Sozin and Roku are both Zuko’s grandfather but from the different sides of the family tree, i’m trying to remember which episode it shows that but it’s the ones where Zuko is learning about Sozins’ and Rokus’ history.

    Kim Reply:

    Azulon is Zuko’s grandfather. Roku is Zuko’s great grandfather on Ursa’s side. Sozin is Zuko’s great grandfather on his father’s side.

    Heather Reply:

    Roku=Zuko’s mom’s grandfather
    Sozin=Zuko’s dad’s grandfather

    Leon Stark Reply:

    Book 3 Chapter 6: The Avatar and the Firelord

    Kim has it right, The male line is Sozin, Azulon, Ozai, Zuko. The maternal side inheritance is usually lost, but Roku (if I remember correctly) had a daughter, and the line continued as daughters to Ursa, Roku’s grand-daughter and Zuko’s mother.

    I always thought that Azula was the elder child, and angry that Ursa took such pains to care for Zuko. Azula was trusted to play with her “friends” (classmates she intimidated into hanging with her) where Zuko was yet not ready for that level of schooling.

    If there were to be a continuation of the story, Zuko has a load of issues to live down and atone for. That could be almost a season in itself.

    justin Reply:

    so i take it there not going to show what happened to zukos mother?

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    Admin / Jordash Reply:

    We don’t know whether they are or not. But everyone hopes so.

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    Admin / Jordash Reply:

    Yeah I was a bit confused by that too, The plot was a bit confusing there cause the Patik guy said that Aang would have to “Let Katara Go” although he never said that he couldn’t get married.

    Suffice to say, Katara and Aang probably would be married.

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    Leon Stark Reply:

    The third chakra is the chakra gate of connections. Aang is connected in a wide variety of ways to Katara.

    The seventh chakra is the chakra gate to the Infinite, the connection to the Spirit World. This is where he must lose all connections to EVERYTHING, including Katara. If he does this, he will get ingot the Spirit World and connect with the Avatar State with all the past Avatars connected to it. The problem is getting back!

    For that Aang needs his connections, and strong enough to call him from the Avatar State. The only person who consistently recalls Aang from the Avatar State is Katara.

    It is pretty obvious that Aang and Katara marry. Also Zuko and Mai, Sokka and Suki.

    We need to find a mate for Toph who will remotely fit with the social and political standing of the BeiFong family, and a bender powerful enough and connected enough to put Toph on her keister consistently.

    Now who will “flip for” Tai Li?
    What will happen to Azula and Ozai?

    Leon Stark Reply:

    Guru Patik did not get to the point of telling Aang about the return from the Avatar State. He was trying to get Aang into the state, getting control from within the Avatar State. Only then, once the Avatar State is stable, how to return and not pass out or suffer that exhaustion that Aang always suffers from a trip into the Avatar State.

    Aang was shocked in his (I made a mistake it is the fourth chakra, the heart chakra of connections, silly me, my bad) fourth chakra, at the level of the heart, and that blocked further use of the Avatar State until it was impacted HARD, hard enough to separate the World from the Avatar. Then he was able to get into the Avatar State and express (not necessarily master) control over the State and himself. At that point, he was able to stop where his conscience told him he would go beyond his connection to the past Avatars. He was the Master of the Avatar State, not the Avatar State being his master.

    (It is the Force in its most powerful and concentrated form.)

    Even after the long battle with the Fire-Lord, Aang seemed a bit saggy, knowing that he would have to do something radical, even if it meant the greatest sin of inducing death. (I dare not call it murder or revenge, because it would be planetary defense and not a matter of choice.)He still had the perception to tell that Ozai was on the attack and brought him down to his level by Earth-Bending. Then, and only then was his mind both cleared enough and focused enough to separate Ozai from Fire-bending. Aang had become avenging Dragon, using all the skills and training to shift the energy in Ozai out to the cosmos.

    Caterfree10 Reply:

    IDK, I thought “let Katara go” was meant more like “let your obsession over Katara go”. Let’s be frank, Aang was doing everything for her rather than the world at large like he should’ve been. I understand that he was crushing, be in EIP, he was threatened by the mere idea that Katara would want to end up with anyone but him, despite presumably no real evidence that Katara was interested in Zuko (in comparison to how she acted around Jet, for instance).

    But then, what do I know? I’m just a bat$#@ Zutara shipper who doesn’t know anything according to the fandom. ~_~

    Leon Stark Reply:

    Katara was the one who insisted in breaking into the Ice-ball that held Aang and Appa. It was Katara who brought Aang down from his Avatar State rage in a half-dozen episodes before Guru Patik taught Aang about the chakra gates and the flow of chi-energy that makes up the Avatar State. Aang and Katara had been blushing at each other since (practically) the first episode. Aang and Katara are linked, no matter what. And Aang has strong feelings for Katara, no matter what. Katara connects him to the real world.

    When Guru Patik told Aang to let her go, he implied also to let EVERYTHING of the physical world go. There must be nothing holding the seeker back from the Spirit World. The release from the physical world would permit the energy from all the Universe to flow and fill the seeker with knowledge and understanding through all the chakras. It would take the connection to Katara to return to the physical world and maintain his sanity.

    In seeing the Universe, Aang’s connection to Katara permitted him to see what was happening to Katara at the speed of thought. He felt it was more important to help his friends (specifically Katara) than stabilize the Avatar State. It was the location of the Fourth Chakra where Azula’s lightning struck, the location of the heart chakra and Aang’s connection to Katara.

    Luke Skywalker had a similar vision in “The Empire Strikes Back” where he saw/felt that his friends were in trouble. They both made the same mistake, rushing into the fray instead of seeking deeper into their visions. Luke saw his friends (and sister) as captive of the Darkness, and could not break the connection to finish what he started.

    Helen Reply:

    The whole episode Guru Patik said he had to let go of his attachments. This is a very Buddhist thing, and frequently misunderstood. I found a good quote to explain it better than I could:

    Zen teacher John Daido Loori said,

    “[A]ccording to the Buddhist point of view, nonattachment is exactly the opposite of separation. You need two things in order to have attachment: the thing you’re attaching to, and the person who’s attaching. In nonattachment, on the other hand, there’s unity. There’s unity because there’s nothing to attach to. If you have unified with the whole universe, there’s nothing outside of you, so the notion of attachment becomes absurd. Who will attach to what?”

    Monica Reply:

    Just wanted to point out that if you look at the family portrait of Zuko’s family he is obviously the older child. Part of Zuko’s embarassment stemmed from the fact that he was being outshone by his younger sister.

    Leon Stark Reply:

    Helen:

    You are right that the ultimate in letting go of attachments is the becoming of the universe, therefore not detached to anything, but attached to everything equally. Within that, there is release from the attachments to the physical world since there is equal attachment to both the physical and spirit worlds, and for Aang, the only thing there is to support him in this state is the Avatar State.

    But being in the Avatar State needs something to return the “soul”, the “mind”, to the physical body. This is where having someone in the physical world (linked to the fourth chakra, the heart chakra) to attach to is essential to any Avatar. This is what closes the Avatar State and helps the Avatar depart from the previous Avatars and exist in the world of the comprehensible and touchable.

    It is too much power in the Avatar State to let that power take over any parson, even a fully realized Avatar.

    greatedcorn Reply:

    aside from the guru patik episode, at the very end of the series when aang is consulting his past lives about the firelord and he talks to the airbender avatar. aang tells her that the monks told his to detach himself from the material, and in response she says that’s all fine and well, but the avatar’s duty is to the world, so he could never really detach himself.

    Kotryna Reply:

    Yup, the whole thing is in the episode, The Avatar and the Firelord. Actually, the full episode is on nick.com now (http://www.nick.com/videos/clip/avatar-firelord-full-episode.html).

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    Kireina Reply:

    I am going to presume that you have only seen the movie and not the whole series (and are just now seeing the series). The series shows Avatar Roku with a family, as well as mentioning that Avatar Kuruk was engaged. I don’t think M. Night actually watched ATLA all the way through before writing the script, because he seriously screwed that one up.

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    Kunoichi Reply:

    they say it will take more than 150 years to rebuild the airbenders. because if aang and katara got married and aang taught them airbending, it would still be a pretty long time.

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    Trajan Reply:

    If Aang and Katara were to get married they wouldn’t have half air bender half water bender children. Aang is the reincarnation of previous Avatars, and has the power of all the elements; therefore Aang is a water bender, an earth bender, a fire bender, and an air bender. Katara is of the Water Tribe, and a water bender. So therefore using your logic Aang and Katara’s children would be a water bender, an earth bender, a fire bender, and an air bender. Doesn’t that almost make them Avatars themselves?

    I think that (if they do have children) Aang’s gene will be neutral (no bending power), which means that their children will have water bending power.

    Although, the series hasn’t told us what a bi-racial marriage would be like… I’m thinking, to preserve each nation’s bending powers, each nation can’t mix. It’s like they are of a different species or such (the Avatar being neutral). I can’t see it any other way because sooner or later there would be a huge mix of all the nations, causing everyone to have all four bending powers.

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    Leon Stark Reply:

    Of course, mixed nation marriages could produce a random or non-bender attribute. Then there is the trait of generation skipping, where Aang/Katara children may not be benders, but in the next generation, they could be either air or water benders.

    Katara’s mother and father did not seem to be benders, so where did Katara become so powerful a water-bender?

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    Trajan Reply:

    Where in the world does it talk of generation skipping in the series? Wasn’t all the Air Nomads air benders?

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    Admin / Jordash Reply:

    In the Fortune teller episode it kind of alludes to it when it shows that two brothers (twins) one is an earth bender and one isn’t which would mean that the bending ability could skip generations.

  3. Andy Said: Comment by Andy on July 8, 2010 at 9:53 pm | Permalink
     

    Um, I hate to be a wet blanket here, but NOTHING is confirmed yet. The only thing that’s official is the title. Everything else is simply fan speculation.

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    Admin / Jordash Reply:

    Yeah that’s true, the rumor that it’s 100 years after the current series seemed to be pretty solid from my sources. I’ll keep people updated on what’s been confirmed or is just speculation.

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    Kim Reply:

    And what are these “solid” sources of which you speak?

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    Hayli Reply:

    -nods-
    I’d like to know this as well…
    Personally I’ll be pissed overdone if it’s after Aang’s life time… my goodness there’s so much more they could to with that series alone!

    Maybe everyone’s looking at it wrong, perhaps just because Korra seems water tribe doesn’t mean it is. maybe it’s air tribe related proving Aang as not the only airbender. or perhaps it’s just another good plot line they’ve come up with…
    I just don’t really care to see past the gAang yet… It would be nice to see them re-construct the nations and fight through all the crap there… but you know.

    All I know is, until someone tosses me hard evidence I refuse to believe it’s 100 year’s later… just sayin.

    Kunoichi Reply:

    the thing is, remember when roku took his last breath, aang was born. so if there was to be another avatar in the avatar cycle, wouldn’t aang have to die? so aang can probably,just be an avatar guide.

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    JAW Reply:

    not only has they confermed the title but also that ang and katara do have a kid and its a son who teaches korroa bending cause sheonly a water bender so korraa is not ang and kataras kid there son’s name starts with a T.

    Also, i got this from reasearch and relibale sources and from the wrighters.

    and the conflict in the next one will be a non bender revaloution! and korra will have to defeat him and angg is alive.

    i have nothing on zuko , mia, sokka, sukie, or momo and appa or toph only that the only ones who might be dead are appa!

    wich would realy bumm the searies!! o and uncle is dead or dies!

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  4. Jim Said: Comment by Jim on July 9, 2010 at 9:25 am | Permalink
     

    I just finished watching Book 3 for the first time last night and had to deal with the bittersweet sorrow of knowing that the series was over. This news has made my day–just hope it comes true.

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    WIll P. Reply:

    Same here! I watch the whole series again on netflix and I was so sad to finish it today.

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    gezo Reply:

    Weird, I recently watched them all on Netflix too! Good stuff. Was so sad when it ended :’(

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  5. Megan Said: Comment by Megan on July 9, 2010 at 10:59 am | Permalink
     

    I am way excited!!! I have watched all three seasons like 3 or 4 times it will be nice to watch something new.

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  6. OrderOfTheWhiteLotus Said: Comment by OrderOfTheWhiteLotus on July 9, 2010 at 9:18 pm | Permalink
     

    I had some theories and possiblities for The Legend of Korra.

    1.What if the plot/bad guys were based on spirit baddies, like “Koh the face-stealer” coming back, or something like supernatural conflicts similar to the Monkey-King? Or other Spirit dwellers? Also is there any way we’ll know during Aang’s time about Long Feng now that the Dai Li is off Azula’s control?(hey, anything can affect “da Future! WoOoo scary lol”)

    2. What about having The Mechanist’s inventions seen in Korra’s presentime, (the Mechanist being the Da Vinci equivanent) we might see some steampunk-airplane, for example?

    3. If Korra will be the Avatar, will she be related to Katara/Aang(if they went beyond dating, cough*married* who knows)? Or if the rumor isn’t valid, is she still related to Kataang, Zathura, others, or even in Sokka’s bloodline?

    4. And Cameos!!! (94-zillion-ish% chance Aang-tonio my man will make an appearance, it’s even cast as a rumor!) Cameos and easter-eggs could show, people can even make a cameo without even being there…like as a statue! I hope Mike and Bryan could sneak up even as a background-extra.

    5. Clothing styles might slightly shift.

    6. Toph’s discovery of Metalbending can be passed on, so Bryke might show more awesomeness that metalbending has to offer.

    There’s so many possibilities, but we’ll just have to wait and see! I hope we can get some glimpse at the San Diego Comic Con!

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    OrderOfTheWhiteLotus Reply:

    also, referring to “supernatural conflicts similar to the Monkey-King”, I meant conflicts that the Monkey King has gone through, like baddies from the spirit world or something like that.

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  7. Kim Said: Comment by Kim on July 9, 2010 at 11:10 pm | Permalink
     

    I don’t trust anything with “fairly confirmed” in the title. It just spreads stupid rumors.

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    Admin / Jordash Reply:

    I’m communicating with Jeremy Zuckerman (co-composer of the soundtrack) we might get more solidly confirmed news at San-Diego Comic Con in the next few weeks.

    See here:

    http://www.ugo.com/tv/avatar-legend-of-korra-details-at-comic-con

    I will keep you all updated as soon as we hear information.

    Oh and I can say for sure that the new series is definite, although details about the series are currently not set in stone (like you mention)

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    Hayli Reply:

    Good so we can see real info confirmed by you then soon enough eh?
    I’ll keep tabs on this page then, perhaps they can give you at least a small lead to tell you if it’s really 100 years later. Spirits I hope it’s not though. Myself and several of my friends all of whom are addicted will be sorely unhappy…
    there has got to be something else behind “The Legend of Korra” then 100 years in the future! <3

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  8. David Said: Comment by David on July 10, 2010 at 2:56 pm | Permalink
     

    I am one of the few people who has watched every single episode back to back in less then 3 days, so I am hyped up when I saw this. :D The two people I will really miss though is Sokka and Toph…

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    WIll P. Reply:

    I just did the same on netflix. I loved the show so I watched the series again, and I can’t wait for this!

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    emma Reply:

    i will really miss aang,and sokka because sokka is witty and brave. But he can be stupid which makes him funny! And aang is just generally sweet. Despite me loving the characters, i am stoked to find out what the new characters are!:D i am a full on fan and i just love the way they put it together! I also love Toph! And i was wandering, will Sokka marry Suki? And what about Toph, and the other characters, like Momo and Appa, also Zuko, May and Ty-Lee!

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  9. Koh Said: Comment by Koh on July 10, 2010 at 7:41 pm | Permalink
     

    How is this season four when it’s stated to be a new series?

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    Admin / Jordash Reply:

    The article said “So Not a Season 4″. It’s not going to be season 4 it will be a new series like you said (and the article :) )

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    Hayli Reply:

    Just because it isn’t a “Season 4″ doesn’t mean it isn’t a continuation… think about it. there are several series out there that skip a few years, like… say the “Rugrats” if you wanna go back to kid shows. They go from kids to teens

    Maybe it’s the gAang five or ten years later… maybe not even that but just enough for certain age levels to develop and time to pass… but not to much, why does everyone feel so strongly about it being 100 years later…?

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  10. jasmin tea Said: Comment by jasmin tea on July 10, 2010 at 8:26 pm | Permalink
     

    Does that mean aang will be over 200 years old? :S

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    Yeah but he will be in spirit form.

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  11. Emma Said: Comment by Emma on July 10, 2010 at 8:43 pm | Permalink
     

    I really hope the rumors are true!!! I love Avatar: The Last Airbender (The Legend of Aang) and I can’t wait!!!! I LOVE AVATAR!!!!!

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  12. Leon Stark Said: Comment by Leon Stark on July 10, 2010 at 9:59 pm | Permalink
     

    Interesting! I am looking forward to what happens in the minds of Michael and Brian given the time shift over the hundred years. And remember, there is the advent of another comet cycle to deal with!

    From the minimal maps I had seen of the “Avatar World”, I have the feeling that we only see about one third of the planet, there are secrets and technologies out there that are barely dreamed about, but what if they were old news. What if much of the water were sequestered on mountain-tops and polar ice-caps? How much land would be exposed? What would be revealed over that hundred years. Would the Library of Wong-Xe Tong rise from the desert and reveal its secrets? What other mysteries would arise from a dropping water-line?

    (Would they discover the Cheyenne Mountain observation base? Observatories on Mauna Loa and Mouna Kea? Solar and wind farms in the Mojave?)

    I can imagine a world from far before the advent of the first Avatar, and it is the ruins of our own!

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    Blake Reply:

    if you have not noticed the avatar world is fairly small, if u look at a map of the earth kingdom will see that ba sing se is 1/8 of the entire continent.

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    Trajan Reply:

    It might be that Ba Sing Se and its walls are exaggerated. Meaning that it pictured over sized do to how important it is.

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    Leon Stark Reply:

    I think Trajan has it right, and the size of Ba Sing Se is huge, but still maybe like a New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco or Mexico City. Huge, but still over-emphasized on maps because of its personal importance in it social mind. I think the planet (the whole of the world that is seen and not seen) is like the old projection maps of a continent surrounded (inundated) by water. Think of the map of Asia with a water level fifteen or twenty feet higher than it is now.

    Has anyone seen the maps of “the known world” before Columbus? Something like that, when the “CHURCH”(?) thought the world was flat. Beyond the edge of the known world is much mystery and lands unexplored by the people of the single constituent region. Once the concept that the polar regions are smaller than the maps reveal, and the land-masses are larger (see difference between globe projection and flat-map projection) there is a LOT more of the world to explore, hence a place for a fifth (hidden) Air-Temple. There are all sorts of other people to meet, many multiple-polygenic creatures to find and whole new cultures to encounter. Plenty of places for Ursa (Zuko’s mother) to hide. A whole Book, maybe a whole series for the gAang to cross paths with. Lots of flight time for Appa!

  13. Shawn45 Said: Comment by Shawn45 on July 10, 2010 at 10:58 pm | Permalink
     

    If this is true, I will be excited, but I will also be pretty disappointed that it’s not a continuation of the current series. Wish they’d make like a 5 part mini-series in which they found Zuko’s mom at the very least…

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    Leon Stark Reply:

    The concept concerned whether General Iroh would make a better Fire-Lord than Ozai. Azulan wanted the elder Iroh to be the next Fire-lord, but the loss of Liu Tien, Iroh’s son shook the General to the point where he gave up a 600 day siege. Ozai calls his brother weak for his emotional reaction. Azulan noted that Iroh was normal in the love he had for his son. Azulan asked if Ozai could maintain his composure with a similar loss, of his son Zuko. Zuko’s mother told him that she would always protect him and went before Azulan to plead for Zuko’s life. This is where the mystery comes from.

    I have my suspicions that Ozai did something to his wife that was totally irrevocable. I suspect that Azulan forced an Agni Kai fire-duel between the spouses instead of between father and son. There would be nothing left to find. Azula seemed happy enough to be rid of her mother. Zuko took the news more like Iroh did the news of his son’s sacrifice.

    No wonder Iroh “adopted” Zuko.

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    Stuart Reply:

    Zuko’s father implied that Zuko’s mother assassinated her father-in-law to save Zuko, then was banished for her crime.

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    Leon Stark Reply:

    I do not think that Ursa was a Fire-Bender. She was never depicted as such in any of the episodes that I saw. I think she may have been scarred and banished to the “Western Seas” and that Ozai and Azulon had an Agni Kai over it, to prove who would be right, the elder experienced or the younger and more agile. Ozai won, but as it was the Fire-Lord, Ozai left enough to be duly ceremonially ritualized.

    Ursa may have pled the case and gotten between Ozai and Azulon, a crime of respect, similar to the crime of Zuko at his first war council. We all know what the result of Zuko’s rashness got him, after about five or six years after his mother’s banishment.

    Ozai seemed always to be sneaky, devious and as much as that, a liar on many levels. I would trust him as far as I could throw him.

    Hayli Reply:

    I’m pretty sure she’s still alive… and Maybe I’ve just been reading to many fanfic’s but I think she killed Ozai’s father, sure she wasn’t a fire bender, but that didn’t mean she didn’t have abilities like say using a knife. Or even better, perhaps she was a fire bender… I mean, BOTH of their offspring were fire benders. wouldn’t that require more then a 50/50 shot of the gene? I mean, Katara and Sakka (I can’t spell… oh wow) are blood and only one has the element. because their mother carried it but not there father… just playing with the facts we do have.
    Regardless, it’s enough to keep up more story line if they so chose.

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    Leon Stark Reply:

    I have been toying with (writing) the concept that the Air-Nomads (note that word) have not all been killed. They have escaped, hidden in plain site, and migrated to a hidden temple, somewhere far away and only written of in languages and alphabets long gone and long ago. The only way Aang had any idea was that he had learned some of these old languages and he was called to the Spirit World to see monk Gyatsu who reminded him of the nomad-nature of the Air-Benders, and that there were clues to the location of the fifth temple in all the other Air Temples and libraries. Of course Aang travels with Katara, Sokka, Suki and Toph.

    Zuko would travel, looking for what happened to his mother. Zuko has dealt with the hardships of a fugutuve, Mai is not. He would travel with Mai who finds everything not fitting her royal lifestyle is gross, but living in the Royal Palace is “boring beyond comprehension”. “Don’t you EVER break up with me again.” She will travel, and want to break up with him, but as they are hundreds of miles from their home, or ANY royal palace, so Mai is stuck following Zuko around. Near the end, Ursa shows up as Azula is losing her mind to the power-mad dreams she has of the desire to rule. Azula sees Ursa in the mirror, accepting the thought that she is only in the mirror. I think Ursa died shortly after being sent to the battle-front. I also think that Ozai and Azulon had an Agni Kai and the elder Fire-Lord lost.

    Azula gets some help escaping with her father Ozai, and they have their agenda against Zuko and Aang. They are intersecting both parties and doing all sorts of damage (and making more enemies along the way). Who are the fugitives now?!!?

    Maybe we could have a Fan Fiction site where we could write continuing episodes for all the gang.

    By the way, I could see that Korra could be Aang and Katara’s grand-child. Aang dies and shortly thereafter, Korra is born.

    Hayli Reply:

    I would cry if that were the case for Korra. :P

    there is a ff site. it’s fanfiction.net look under the one with tv shoes and then find avatar the last air bender. =) there’s thousands. I’d go nuts with out a good ff place to read… XD

    but those are good theories and I like how there could be something out of that… ugh I hate waiting. patience is so not my style!

    Trajan Reply:

    @Leon Stark: I was hoping all through the series that the Air Nomads were in hiding. It’s very reasonable! I’m pretty sure that the Fire Nation couldn’t hunt down every last Nomad.

    What if some of the Air Nomads left the temples and integrated into the other nations (religiously and physically)? That could work too. It’s almost like the swamp water benders that we saw. They migrated from the Water Tribe into the Earth Kingdom.

    So the bottom line is that the Fire Nation couldn’t kill every last air bender. Some how and some way there are still some remnants of the Air Nomads. If there wasn’t then the whole reincarnation of the Avatar could not go on (and the rest of the Avatar series would be a flop).

    Leon Stark Reply:

    I was looking at a site about Chinese view on religious sites and saw Buddhist and Taoist philosophies had different views on holy sites. When I saw a five-site concept and only four Air-Temples, that gave me the idea that there was another temple at “the navel of the world”.

    Integration into other societies would mean suppressing a whole part of their nature. I would think that when an Air-Bender is born, their cries and howls would be so powerful that they would be a danger to any around them. They would be sent to an Air-Temple for their care as the monks would know how to control an infant’s uncontrolled power. I would think that Air-Benders would want to maintain their culture and center of their power.

  14. JJ88 Said: Comment by JJ88 on July 11, 2010 at 7:25 am | Permalink
     

    wow aang must be really old….

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    Admin / Jordash Reply:

    Well if you count all his past lives, probably thousands upon thousands of years.

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    Leon Stark Reply:

    If the span of an Avatar is averaged at about 80 years (a good, long life for a human of our millenium), and there were (from the look of the Southern Air Temple sanctuary, maybe 200 previous incarnations, 16,000 years of the rule of Avatars.

    The Avatar world looks like global warming was fairly rampant, and only the mountain-tops and range-remnants formed the four nations. There was a load of oddball evolution in that time. Hog-Monkeys, Platypus-bears, Komodo-Rhinos, Badger-moles, Emu-horses, poodle-monkeys(?). It also looks like the maps of the day show only about a quarter or a third of the Earth as mapped. If the water level were to drop, imagine the land area that would be exposed and the access to unknown cultures that either have different bending abilities, or have none but other technologies!

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    Kim Reply:

    Avatar characters live far longer than normal humans. Avatar Kyoshi was 230 when she died(the oldest living Avatar), and Bumi is 112 as everyone knows.

    Leon Stark Reply:

    I was thinking along the lines of “normal” lifespans. If the Avatars are exceptionally long lived, then we can add to that 16,000 years. Kyoshi was, as you remind us, exceptionally long-lived.

    Would the power of the combined elements contribute to the exceptional lifespan of the Avatar?

    I suspect the giant lion-turtle has seen many of the climatic changes over the ages of Avatar oversight. It knows of the origins of the Bending disciplines and remembers how to get them to do things that were long forgotten, like giving or taking the ability to bend elements.

    I foresee an Avatar having to talk to one of the first Avatars of 20,000 years ago or more. The mysteries of lost skills and lost technologies may be needed to heal an Earth so badly scarred. Whether it is Aang of Korra is up to the writers.

  15. bradley P Said: Comment by bradley P on July 11, 2010 at 6:56 pm | Permalink
     

    I loved the show… but was greatly disappointed by the movie. I think the new series will be amazing… If a 15 year old likes it something is either very right.. or very wrong

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    Anna M Reply:

    well I’m 17 and I LOVE ATLA ha, it’s my favorite show. you’re right, the movie sucked.

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    Trajan Reply:

    I think it definitely brought attention and popularity to the Avatar series. It took like a year or two for them to make a movie. That’s a big feat for a cartoon series, especially after only three seasons in like three years.

    The movie has really shown the creators that the overall Avatar World is really popular and still profitable! From that the creators are seeing not only $$$ in their future, but also enough fan base to make another series. The more $$$ and fame they see, the more they’ll want to create more in the Avatar World. It’s a win win for them and us.

    So who cares if the movie was bad!… It brought Avatar to the attention of Hollywood and hopefully a new series in the Avatar World to us!

    BTW, I’m 16 and I LOVE Avatar!

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    Dace Reply:

    Well im 15 and im fucking obsessed with this show.

    Ive seen every episode about 3 times over. Although the Cartoon series was great, the movie disappointed me.

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  16. Anna M Said: Comment by Anna M on July 11, 2010 at 9:46 pm | Permalink
     

    OH WOW I AM SO FRICKEN EXCITED FOR THIS!

    But if there’s a new avatar, aang must have died =,[. Hopefully it was peacefully in his sleep. I wonder if they will start the show with Aang dying? I kind of hope so, so maybe we can get to see the gaang when they are old.

    Also, I wonder how old Aang will be in his spirit form. All the other avatars seem to be in their adult years…which means Aang will probably have a new voice, that will be weird. Of course I’m sure Zachary’s voice is different by now anyways

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  17. dude Said: Comment by dude on July 11, 2010 at 10:27 pm | Permalink
     

    i dont want it to be 100 years past avatar the last air bender! i mean what about in the end of “sozin’s comet” when zuko asked sozin ” where is my mother?!” they did not really explain that so maybe it is still in the present time of avatar the last air bender!

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    WIll P. Reply:

    he asked ozai

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    Leon Stark Reply:

    Zuko remembered Ursa, his mother, telling him that she would protect him. She then went before the Fire-Lord, Azulon, to protect Zuko from his father. Zuko asked (former Fire-Lord and now non-bender) Ozai about where his mother was. There was no comment about her passing, but that may be a sign of disrespect for a (person made out to be a) traitor.

    Something happened that she was no longer in the picture. I think that Ursa was appalled at Ozai’s ambition and the desire to overthrow his big brother, Iroh, and got between two powerful Fire-Benders. She either died and there was not enough left to bury, or she was exiled to look for more places for the Fire-Lord to take over.

    Another plot arc to explore.

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  18. Emma Said: Comment by Emma on July 11, 2010 at 11:35 pm | Permalink
     

    would the show say anything about Aang’s past, like how Roku did with Aang and mentor Korra with these experiences?? what’s going to happen with Korra, will another nation start war what??

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    Leon Stark Reply:

    There may be a whole odd problem here — Azula “killed” Aang in the crystal caverns of Ba Sing Se. (Book 2 chapter 20: The Crossroads of Destiny) It was only the power of the Spirit Oasis Water that brought Aang back to the living. I wonder what that does to the Avatar Cycle.

    I would think that Korra would be a bit older when having to deal with the comet on the next cycle. Maybe Korra would be a fully realized Avatar ahead of the comet, but the issues would be more political. Roku was already quoite old when the comet was due to arrive, Aang would have been too young (and was too young, or untrained, still) to deal with it. Thank the giant lion-turtle for teaching Aang another way.

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    Emma Reply:

    yea and also with Aang as the last Airbender, that kind of ruins the cycle unless (now this is my imagination) there were Airbenders hidden underground with the help of Earthbenders or Aang and Katara have some little Waterbending or Airbending children.

    I suspect that we would see a few visions of Aang and Katara during their lives like we had of Roku and Sozin as kids and adults. Which tribe would Korra belong too… North or South?? Did the Southern Water Tribe find any more little villages??

    I hope the series is as good as Aang’s series…

    So many questions… So little information…

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    Leon Stark Reply:

    I have the thought of a Spirit World dream for Aang where he talks to monk Gyatsu, and Avatar Roku. Gyatsu reminds Aang that the Air-Benders are nomads. “Just because the temples are destroyed does not mean that the Air-Benders are no more, but hidden in the Fifth Temple, between West and East, between North and South, Where what is called West is to the East and what is called East is to the West.”

    There is a Chinese Philosophy of Five Principal Points, the four compass points and the place (mountain in the center). This would fit the shape of the Avatar World, and the concept that the map we see of the Avatar World is only a quarter or third of the globe, and there are more lands beyond the edge of the map.

    Global warming has raised the water levels and there are places yet to uncover and discover beyond the 15,000 years of Avatars and Benders. Aang and friends look for hints where the Fifth Temple is, written in the ancient scripts of “lost” civilizations in “dead” alphabets. The Air-Nomads learn these alphabets as part of their youth as codes and ciphers, and ways of playing games among themselves. Thai, Sanskrit, Devali, Farsi, Arabic, Aramaic, Ugaritic, Cyrillic, Hellenic, Latinic, Demotic. As it is couched as play and fun, it sinks deeper into the memory. Aang uses this still “surface” learning and the Avatar knowledge of all the passed Avatars to decipher and decrypt the various languages to gather the clues to the fifth temple.

    Zuko also goes off to find out about what happened to his mother, Ursa, with my thought she was scarred and exiled to “the far West, Beyond the tracks of the Known Lands”. She would be a grown female version of Zuko, but without hope of return.

    Then there are the political twists and turns on the home front and what happens to Ozai and Azula.

    Leon Stark Reply:

    A proper reference for the Five Points principals is a reference to the Five Taoist mountains. Reference from”

    http://www.sacredsites.com/asia/china/sacred_mountains.html

    I expand on it as a place on the planet opposite to the places familiar to the Avatar world, but within the concepts of cultures that have not been seen for many millennia. These cultures will have been isolated for long enough to remember their original languages and have different concept bases than those of the Avatar (known) world.

  19. alienbeard Said: Comment by alienbeard on July 12, 2010 at 9:11 am | Permalink
     

    personally im with shawn45 and dude,
    avatar:tla really eneded on a good nite, epicness
    but all of those story lines that could be made
    1.what happens to the southern water tribe (katara being the last waterbender there)
    2.what happens with zuko and ursa
    3.sokka and suki story or aang and katara story or even what happens to toph
    4.im still liking the idea of airbenders coming back , one guy said maybe they just turned to air and will come back when peace is restored

    thres about a million little things that would make an epic series or even mni-series , im soooo hoping this gets cleared up somehow
    btw graphic novel of book 4 maybe?
    (please post replies )
    :)

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    Admin / Jordash Reply:

    It would be way awesome if alot of those questions were cleared up, I can foresee alot of those questions being answered in the new series.

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    Leon Stark Reply:

    How about a Fan-Fiction site? We the fans could give Michael and Brian ideas for back-stories, flash-backs and whole new plot devices.

    I still think about the term “Air-Nomads”, and think of all the small tribes of Bedouins in the North Africa/ Middle East. Taking out one tribe or a dozen would mean that there are still scores more. If they left the Southern Air Temple when Aang disappeared, They could have gone anywhere, and met up at some location long forgotten by the other nations, yet still within their philosophy. They only await the Avatar, whoever it is, to call them back to restore the balance.

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  20. Ghostmij Said: Comment by Ghostmij on July 12, 2010 at 11:05 am | Permalink
     

    I would realy like a new series, but I’d miss sokka the most. His humor keeps the show going.

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    Admin / Jordash Reply:

    Yeah, hopefully they can keep up with the same level of humor, with the original creators involved it may or may not be as good as the first, but it certainly will be worth watching.

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    alienbeard Reply:

    i agree , sokka kept the team together nd made the show fun again when it was all doom n gloom and serious
    maybe sokkas great grandson or the alike :D ?

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    Leon Stark Reply:

    “Yeah, we’re all going to get eaten by a spirit monster”, Sokka grinned stupidly as Aang went out to see if he could pacify Habai, the black-and-white spirit of the Forest.

    And then there is Sokka’s little fix in “Bitter Work” and a run-in with a baby moose-lion (which I think may also be an Earth-Bender).

    Yeah, Sokka can all too often be “Mister Obvious”.

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    Leon Stark Reply:

    And let’s not forget the desert episode and the “Cactus juice”!?!?

    alienbeard Reply:

    yeah, its alll the little things :)

  21. TINAAAA Said: Comment by TINAAAA on July 12, 2010 at 3:15 pm | Permalink
     

    OMG OMGOMGOMG PLEASEEEEEEEEE I WANT A SEASON.
    I ABSOLUTELY LOVED AVATAR!

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  22. AvatarFan Said: Comment by AvatarFan on July 12, 2010 at 9:38 pm | Permalink
     

    I wanted the Avatar to continue.. I don’t want them to make another series of avatar. I’m kind of sad when they ended. I hope the next series of avatar is good.

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  23. Sid Said: Comment by Sid on July 13, 2010 at 1:48 pm | Permalink
     

    Holy Cow! Yes!

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  24. Momoe Said: Comment by Momoe on July 13, 2010 at 8:58 pm | Permalink
     

    Sooo a bunch of irrelevant, sucky stuff has happened recently but this totally makes my day perfect!! Truly, the effect of one show on a life is…outstanding. Or obsessively unhealthy. But either way, I’m just…so excited!!!! Thank you for this website! <3

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  25. Avatar-fan Said: Comment by Avatar-fan on July 14, 2010 at 5:50 am | Permalink
     

    this new Avatar series will happen…they its ofically now…i just hope they gonna tell us what happen with Aang and Katara relationship and Zuko’s mom

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  26. choochootrain Said: Comment by choochootrain on July 14, 2010 at 5:32 pm | Permalink
     

    is it bad that i’m upset its a girl?

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    Admin / Jordash Reply:

    Yes! :) j/k .. In my opinion I think it will be cool to see the side characters that surround a female Avatar.

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    David Reply:

    psht, i’m thrilled its a girl actually, my favorite characters in the avatar series where Katara and Toph.

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    gezo Reply:

    Well, Aang was pretty feminine (like in their play)

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    Admin / Jordash Reply:

    lol, Ember Island Players :)

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    Leon Stark Reply:

    Paraphrase from Zuko, “I remember them! They murdered the story of ‘Blubbermonk and the Dragon’.” This was apparently a childrens’ Fire-Nation cautionary tale.

    Hayli Reply:

    lmao. dude. my friends an I still crack jokes from that play… XD
    “Oh I’m so full of hope!” -sobs-
    XD

  27. I Said: Comment by I on July 15, 2010 at 12:42 am | Permalink
     

    HEY guys ok so I LOOOVE ATLA and watched all the episodes on netflix XD…its on instast=YAY!!! anyways the movie compared to the series was absolutely HORRIBLE … no humor AT ALL -.- but I thought Noah R was perfect for the role he looked alot like Aang (to me) and it was awesome to see Jackson Rathbone in a diff character Then if you look at the movie itself it was REALLY great and the 3D was HORRIBLE I saw it in 3D and 2D and some scenes didnt even have 3D … plus the 3D didnt even POP sooo
    IM wondering who agrees with me on this and what you guys thought?!?
    Also what’s your fav episodefrom each book but dont pick Sozins Comet from book 3 as much as we all <3 it!! :D
    Mine are…
    Book 1:The Warriors of Kyoshi
    Book 2:The Cave of Two Lovers
    Book 3:Day of The Black Sun
    Let me know… ;D

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    Admin / Jordash Reply:

    My Favorites would have to be the Blue Spirit Episode, Entire Sozins Comet series (hey they aired it all at once :) ), and after that pretty much every episode is second place.

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    gezo Reply:

    I’m pretty sure the movie was completely horrible.

    Fave episodes..(I dont know the names of all of them)
    The Desert, And the one with the play, that was hilarious.
    Top fave is Tales of Ba’ Sing se, Irohs day was so sad :(

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    Admin / Jordash Reply:

    Wow you just reminded me of all those episodes.

    The play was the funniest episode of all time.

    Tales of Ba Sing Se, I forgot about that one, that one was a Favorite Favorite :)

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    Leon Stark Reply:

    First, I use the following site for watching a lot of past television shows.

    http://tv.blinkx.com/

    Second: my personal favorites without any specificity of ratings but just my odd tastes: >

    Water:
    1/1: The Boy in the Iceberg
    1/7,8: Winter Solstice (2 ep: Spirit World/Avatar Roku)

    Earth:
    2/7: Zuko Alone (It may muddy the waters, but opens up the conflicts in Zuko’s soul and mind. Memories of Zuko’s past, his mother and why he is the way he is.)
    2/15: Tales of Ba Sing Se (more small revelations)
    2/16: Appa’s Lost Days (Poor Sky-Bison, I feel for him and for the Kyoshi Warrior deception.)
    2/19: The Guru (or why Aang is like Luke Skywalker, and why he has to find his own way to being a [Jedi Master] realized Avatar)

    Fire:
    3/3: The Painted Lady (Katara is taking Aang lessons)
    3/4: Sokka’s Master (Sokka finds his niche, and a new level of confidence)
    3/6: The Avatar and the Fire-Lord (A history lesson)
    3/9: Nightmares and Daydreams (Aang is having doubts and sleepless nights, a condition I am familiar with.)
    3/16: The Southern Raiders (Katara has to deal with her own demons and what she had to do to exorcise them. It may have been hard, but she realized that what she WANTED to do is not what she NEEDED to do.)

    I know, it is not one favorite from each book, but they are all so good and/or revelatory that I could not pass on any of them.

    I still see in my own mind a Book 4, Air; where Aang finds some clue how to restore balance to the world, and how to describe what the Avatar State is. Aang will look for (rumors of) Air-Benders, Zuko for signs of his mother (who I suspect was forced to the front lines in the war to be killed (Refer OT 2 Samuel 11).

    In “The Legend of Korra”, I foresee Patik will not be around, Bumi will be gone, and Korra will have to find her own way with the hints from Aang. How much of Bumi’s and Sokka’s humor will rub off on Aang? Will Korra ride the delivery slides? Hopping llamas? Hog-monkeys? Elephant Koi? Onagi? (“Ride Onagi, not fun!”) What will the base conflict Korra will have to face? (Koh? Hei Bei? Other Spirits? Earthly conflicts?)

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  28. Tophfan Said: Comment by Tophfan on July 15, 2010 at 8:34 am | Permalink
     

    Ok so i got this off of the Borders website. Do you think this book could be about Korra? Because its not The Last Airbender 2 so its not the movie. so do you think its about Korra? Oh the site also says it costs $7.99. So yah. I hope it is because that means it will come out sooner than we think.

    Avatar: the Last Airbender 2
    Nickelodeon Staff (See All Contributors)
    Paperback, 96 pages
    Random House Publishing Group
    September 14, 2010

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    Admin / Jordash Reply:

    Can you get a link, i’ll let you know if i’ve heard anything.

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    Tophfan Reply:

    Here is the link
    http://www.borders.com/online/store/TitleDetail?sku=0345518535
    i hope it woks. the discription sounds like the 1st season but i dont think they knew what to put because that is impossible to be a ’2′ so I dont know…

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    Leon Stark Reply:

    It reads like Book 1 Chapter 2: The Avatar Returns.

    Aang is out (bolts of light, Fire-Nation ship booby flairs) and Zuko has his suspicions, “Pretty spry for a hundred year old”, as he watches Aang rescue Katara from the abandoned Fire-Navy ship. He scans in the direction they are headed and finds the village and threatens them until Aang agrees to go with Zuko and Zuko’s forces leave the Water-Tribe village alone.

    Iroh: “Good news for the Fire-Lord. The Avatar is just a little kid.”

    Zuko: “That little kid just did this!” (diverted a fire-blast into an ice-wall causing an avalanche.)as Zuko points to the prow of his ship.

  29. Jstcawz Said: Comment by Jstcawz on July 15, 2010 at 11:14 am | Permalink
     

    A new season sounds amazing but 1 question isn’t a new avatar a reincarnation of the previous avatar who died? So how is Aang mentoring the new avatar? Is Aang dead? If it was me i’d create a new season with the same characters but with a new story taking place a few years after the avatar defeating the fire lord. And a fifth element with a master bender of this fifth element and hidden nation arising for world domination. You know how there are 4 elements “earth, water, fire, and air” there could be a fifth unknown to many mastered and practiced by few but the strongest element of the 5. Or some type of story in that nature i understand its still rumored but still i’d keep the same characters.

    P.s if they use my idea i want in on the show and credit lol but seriously i do

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    Admin / Jordash Reply:

    Roku Mentored Aang as a “Spirit” and Aang will mentor Korra in the same way, i’m guessing since Aang and the gang will all be dead, the next series will make much more forays into the spirit world

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    gezo Reply:

    No Offense or anything, but a fifth element would be kind of dumb..

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    Leon Stark Reply:

    There is a Taoist philosophy of Five Sacred Mountains, Five “cardinal” points of defining the world. Not so much as a fifth element, but a fifth Air Temple, hidden from the ways and places of the world at large, existing in the notes of old languages and old alphabets. This five temple concept comes with a Site Reference:>

    http://www.sacredsites.com/asia/china/sacred_mountains.html

    What if, on the day after Aang disappeared, and the storm abated, all the women and children (under a particular age, like 18 or 21) were sent away to somewhere else, far away. The only Air-Bender remains we saw in ANY of the Air Temples was those of the presumed monk Gyatsu. I do not remember any other remains except those of Fire-Benders. Even Sokka knew that Aang would have to deal with the concept. (Not pretty, anger and the Avatar State, and Katara bringing him down to Earth.) No one said the Fire-Nation attack was the same day, or even a week after Aang left. Just >after<. The Air-Benders are "nomads", so cannot be pinned down like other elemental tribes. ("I have friends all over, even in the Fire-Nation!")

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  30. michelle Said: Comment by michelle on July 15, 2010 at 2:06 pm | Permalink
     

    OMG! YES!!! I’m honestly so happy right now, I really hope this is true because this would just be the best thing ever!

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  31. Shah Said: Comment by Shah on July 16, 2010 at 1:00 pm | Permalink
     

    what i think will be in the legend of korra is obviously aang and katara will have kids but it will be there grandchildren that will somehow link up and form a group with korra like katara and sokka did with aang, i also predict that one of there grandchildren will be an airbender and the other will be a waterbender. the reason i think they are gonna be aang and katara’s grandchildren (or great grandchildren) is because the episode the fortune teller the lady says katara will have her second or third great grand child before passing away peacefully in her sleep.

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    Shah Reply:

    oh yeah and i also think toph will end up with the duke cus on the last episode where it shows everyone rejoicing and stuff right before they show katara sokka and their dad it shows the duke giving toph a big hug. and they were always next to each when it showed the whole group(in other episodes)

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    Leon Stark Reply:

    Does “The Duke” have a history? A back-story? Is “The Duke” a real title and whence came it? Does “The Duke” have a regular name? Does he have a family, or a family back-ground, even if the Fire-Nation killed them all?

    I am sure that Toph would feel the need to have family approval for any “friends” she might have, since she is also a fugitive from her parents. If “The Duke” has a family history that meets with her father’s approval, then there might be a possibility. Another arc to explore!

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  32. Jake Said: Comment by Jake on July 16, 2010 at 7:03 pm | Permalink
     

    Anyone know if zuko will still be fire lord?

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    Leon Stark Reply:

    Probably Zuko would be Fire-Lord, if he survives, like Bumi was King of Omashu. Old, wise and powerful, he will be a physical world mentor to Korra, the young Avatar. Zuko would be especially interested if Korra is the Avatar’s grandchild, as Zuko is Roku’s great-grandson. The torch would be passed.

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  33. jhon Said: Comment by jhon on July 16, 2010 at 9:00 pm | Permalink
     

    first kataras not the only waterbender in the south pole in the end of book one some masters decide to go there and whats going to happen to the air benders with aang beeing the only air bender?

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  34. jordan Said: Comment by jordan on July 17, 2010 at 1:04 am | Permalink
     

    I am excited I am sure they will clear some things up the ideas listed above are all so brilliant

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  35. Mina Said: Comment by Mina on July 17, 2010 at 7:56 pm | Permalink
     

    I have many questions!!!

    There are/were female airbenders and air nomads right? Im wondering cuz aang only saw another air bender when he was calling forth former avatars– i think it was a female airbender!!

    Avatars dont give birth to future avatars, right?

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    Leon Stark Reply:

    It would seem that being an Air-Bender also meant being and Air-Nomad. The last previous Air/Avatar was a female, Yian Chen.

    As far as Avatars begetting in their line new Avatars, there is no evidence one way or another. It would not be out of the question that one Avatar would be the antecedent of another Avatar. Avatars can be parents, so I do not see why not!

    By the way, the full address of a central Fan Fiction site is:>

    http://www.fanfiction.net/

    Something to consider

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    Shah Reply:

    her name was actually Yang Chen according to the wiki

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    Leon Stark Reply:

    Thank you for the correction. Duly noted!

  36. Mina Said: Comment by Mina on July 17, 2010 at 7:58 pm | Permalink
     

    Questions: were there female air nomads/airbenders? And can avatars give birth to other avatars?

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    Shah Reply:

    yes there were female air nomads/benders. i think it was the northern and southern air temples that were only males and the eastern and western air temples that were only female. and avatars cannot give birth to future avatars because the avatar is the spirit of the earth incarnated into a human. the avatar is the one who attains union with spirit and then returns to earth to help humanity. the avatar must die and then be reincarnated.

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    Leon Stark Reply:

    I see no problem with Korra being Aang’s granddaughter. Aang and Katara bearing one or more children, who bear another child or two, including Korra, after Aang had passed.

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  37. Hayli Said: Comment by Hayli on July 17, 2010 at 9:26 pm | Permalink
     

    I disagree with the idea it’s 100 years in the future, I’ve stated this a few times but still. Why does everyone insist it has to be though there’s not one bit of permanent evidence that points to that exact direction. Sure Korra sounds water tribe-ish. but why does it mean that it’s the “next avatar” why can’t the gAang still have a few more seasons in them? I feel like it just wasn’t finished out completely and I totally hate lose ends!

    Anyway. anyone else feel like I do?

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  38. Shatter Said: Comment by Shatter on July 18, 2010 at 12:29 pm | Permalink
     

    I’d really like to see a new series from the acctual avatar, because, when it ended, Zuko went to the jail, where his father was, and he asked where his mother was, So it would have been awesome to see that, but I really liked zuko and katarah and anng, its going to be a huge change, but I hope for the better. :) Anyone know when it comes out?

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  39. Macario Said: Comment by Macario on July 18, 2010 at 3:50 pm | Permalink
     

    If you watched the whole series and listened to what they were saying carefully and watched the movements and everything, you would know what this is about, it’s too much to say and I am lazy so just wait until summer 2011, oh and I just gave you the expected air date

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    Anna M Reply:

    where did you learn the air date from?

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    Hayli Reply:

    oh don’t say that… now I’mma half to watch the bloody series AGAIN! lol (not that I’m ever complaining there…)
    why ya gotta be a teaser like that?!

    I already knew the air date though found that somewhere in the web… forgot where though

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    Leon Stark Reply:

    Hayli:

    Here is a site that has a whole load of shows including A:TLA:>

    http://tv.blinkx.com/

    It seems to be still a featured show as it appears in the header or side-bar. Enjoy!

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    Hayli Reply:

    Thanks Leon, I will have to check that out, though I just use Netflix for most of my show obsessions… XD

  40. lol idiots Said: Comment by lol idiots on July 19, 2010 at 2:24 pm | Permalink
     

    Guys, watch Sozin’s comet. When Aang is trapped on the turtle and talking to past lives trying to get advice on how to confront the fire lord, he actually talks to an Avatar Korra, who is a water-bender. Therefore, I speculate it’s a PREQUEL featuring said Avatar Korra. There was no real other reason for them to introduce him, because he didn’t give much advice.

    re-watch sozins comet and see for yourself, fanatics.

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    Admin / Jordash Reply:

    That’s a good theory as well, I think that’s the Water-bender who had his wife to be’s face stolen from Koh

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    Shah Reply:

    um… that wasnt avatar korra on the lion turtle that was avatar kuruk… and he was a guy… korra is obviously a girls name cus they were considering it to be an alternative for katara…

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    Admin / Jordash Reply:

    @Shah yeah you are right, I actually re-watched parts of that episode because I was thinking that it was Kuruk and not Korra.

    So that rules out that theory.

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    Leon Stark Reply:

    Here’s a weird question … Did Kuruk and his mate bear children and how passes the line from Kuruk into the future? (This would be before any episode involving Koh.) Could there be an engenic line from Kuruk to Katara?

    Shah Reply:

    No cus kuruks lover/mate/to be wife was taken from him DURING their wedding at the spirit oasis. So they never really had a chance. They said this during the avatar spirit world escape thing online. I have all the videos from the spirit world escape if you want to post it on the website or something admin person

    emi Reply:

    except korra in this is female so that theory isnt a possibility

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  41. Mina Said: Comment by Mina on July 20, 2010 at 7:00 am | Permalink
     

    Who would be the antagonist in the new series??? I guess it could be vengeful descendents of azula or a new overly- ambitious ruler of one of the nations– but the problem is that as much as I hate to say it, korra’s conflict could be too reminiscent of ATLA, the same song and dance so to speak, you know?

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  42. Kai Said: Comment by Kai on July 20, 2010 at 10:06 am | Permalink
     

    i hope they have another person like sokka

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    Admin / Jordash Reply:

    Yeah seriously!

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  43. Macario Said: Comment by Macario on July 20, 2010 at 10:16 am | Permalink
     

    Well you all have good imaginations, but don’t get your hopes up and the creators of the show said they were going to make 3 seasons continuing the story a long time ago… and stop lying about what you know, I said before it’s airing summer 2011 and three people said they saw that on the Internet -_-

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    Anna M Reply:

    we are just having fun speculating :P
    and why should we believe that you know the truth? what are YOUR sources?

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    Macario Reply:

    **Edited by Admin** Hate Speech and Vulgarity wont be tolerated on this site!

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    Admin / Jordash Reply:

    Yeah it is fun to speculate.

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    azde Reply:

    the craeators are going to spill some beans on the new show at the 2010 comic con

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  44. Macario Said: Comment by Macario on July 20, 2010 at 10:20 am | Permalink
     

    It’s 100 years after defeating firelord, they all look older

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  45. Macario Said: Comment by Macario on July 20, 2010 at 11:32 am | Permalink
     

    My sources are from the creators of the show… watch on july 28 2011, it will premiere…

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    Admin / Jordash Reply:

    Unless you provide a link, it can’t really be validated. I think i’ve heard that somewhere before as well.

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    Hayli Reply:

    Macario… I’m not saying I doubt you, because I’ve heard that somewhere else as well… but a link or something would be pretty awesome… =)

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  46. Mina Said: Comment by Mina on July 20, 2010 at 1:05 pm | Permalink
     

    I really want korra to have a sibling– aang was blood-relative-less and id think it would be refreshing for the avatar to have a sibling– it could provide some really good material for the emotional aspect of avatar. I think itd be nice to see what a character feels as the sibling or whatev of the avatar; wanting to protect, kinda jealous of her powers, kinda mad that theyre sorta missing out on a normal life themselves :)

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    Shawn45 Reply:

    That is a GREAT idea.

    Have it be her brother, and he would be jealous of his sisters amazing strength, and through the entire series it just escalates until the two full on fight each other.

    Hell, even making the antagonist her brother or sister would be an interesting plot twist!

    Awesome idea.

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  47. Justiin Said: Comment by Justiin on July 20, 2010 at 3:19 pm | Permalink
     

    Who is going to teach her air bending?

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    Shah Reply:

    if its 100 years into the future im sure aang will have enough time to teach his kids to master airbending and the same with their kids.

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    Trajan Reply:

    But then that means that his children will be half air bender and half water bender. Just think if the whole world mixed and became a super race that is able to bend all for elements. It just doesn’t work because then they are all, sooner or later, able to master all four elements like the Avatar can. It really steals the thunder away from the Avatar. It does say in the opening sequence that the Avatar is the master of all four elements.

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    Admin / Jordash Reply:

    As far as I know, benders can’t get mixed bending abilities. Although that would be cool, but theoretically their children could be born without any bending abilities at all.

    Leon Stark Reply:

    Some genetic properties skip a generation. This could mean that a non-bender could have bender children. I think Katara’s parents were both non-benders. I think that any children or grandchildren who carried a bending ability would express only one ability.

    I would think that the lower ring of Ba Sing Se would have those problems as there are so many refugees.

    Leon Stark Reply:

    There was very little on Air-Bender families, except that the children who showed Air-Bender tendencies did so early. They were transferred to an Air-Temple as soon as their ability went beyond the capacity of their parents to control it.

    I do not remember either of Katara’s parents being water-benders. I do not think Ursa, Zuko’s mother, was a fire-bender. Neither of Toph’s parents were earth-benders as I could tell. They hired earth-bender tutors to teach her, but she was by far their master and then some. And air-bender children are sent to the Temple once they start displaying their abilities, with little discussion about their parents. That is how Gyatsu became Aang’s mentor.

    Trajan Reply:

    From what I believe, it could be everybody has bending powers. Just some people do not want to use them or even learn how to use them. It’s like fighting. Everyone is capable of fighting, but some people do not want to fight or learn how to fight.

    That’s just my benighted theory, but from your words it sounds like you know an awful lot about the Avatar world. Could you please enlighten me on which episode that it talks about bending powers skipping generations? I seem to be helplessly confused.

    Leon Stark Reply:

    Trajan:

    I am only using what I know about genetic expression and biology (my degree) in this discussion. How do you explain the fact that Mai is a top fighter, but is not a Fire-Bender? Tai Li is also a great fighter, a specialist in Chi-Blocking, but she is not a Fire-bender either? How do you explain why Sokka is not a Water-Bender (not that he had not tried), but Katara is (was from the first episode)?

    In genetics, unless you are talking about a pure genetic line, you are dealing with a group of traits, dominant and regressive. The more genes it takes to express a trait, the harder it is for the trait to express completely. Hair and eye color are multiple point (allele) genes expressing as a a variety of colors. I can see bending abilities the same way. Some people have more of the coactive regressive genes aligned to express their ability. It is only one per generation or incarnation who is the Avatar (a Buddhist-Taoist reincarnation event).

    If that were not the case, then any bender, of any nation could learn all the bending disciplines (bending-fighting styles) and either become the Avatar, or become some kind of Anti-Avatar. I have not seen this in any Avatar character. If anybody could bend, why isn’t Sokka a water-bender like his sister? Why is Zuko’s mother Ursa not a Fire-Bender. The bending abilities are not necessarily for fighting, but are abilities that are honed and amplified by learning the fighting disciplines and styles that work best with the bending abilities. That is why Katara had the ability to water-bend, but needed a Master to hone and sharpen her skills to give her more control of those abilities. Toph learned directly from the blind Badger-Moles, and used the tutoring in Earth-Bending to develop her own fighting style. Zuko always had the ability, learned the fighting style from his uncle, General Iroh, but the conflicts in his mind made it harder for him to develop his skills. It took a paradigm shift and the Dragon-Masters for him to develop his abilities further. Azula was a prodigy and separated her emotions from her skills (and learn lightning-bending), but not her use of her skills to inspire fear in all around her (until Mai told her off, “… I love Zuko more than I fear you.”)

    From my knowledge of genetics and the events of Avatar: The Last Air-bender, I draw my conclusions.

    Trajan Reply:

    Well first off, I don’t think a Biology degree will get you anywhere in the Avatar World, as this is a cartoon. Besides that, it is kind hard to explain how Appa flies or how humans can manipulate elements.

    So by not showing that they have the powers to bend, you are saying that they can’t bend? I hate to bring this up, but everyone has a choice. We only get to see at glimpse at the lives of the people in the Avatar World. It kind of falls along the line of an old saying, “If a tree falls in a forest and no one is around to hear it, does it make a sound?” I don’t think you have seen every second of their lives to say that they can’t bend or don’t have the ability to bend. Although, if you have seen every second of Mai, Tai Li, Sokka, and Ursa’s lives and can prove that they don’t have the ability to bend, I would be happy to say that they don’t have the ability to bend.

    You still haven’t given me an episode where there is solid proof in generation skipping.

    Leon Stark Reply:

    No one explains the odd combination engenic animals they encounter either. Turtle-seals, the various farm-animals that are porcine-combines, platypus-bears, vulture-wasps, emu-horses, komodo-rhinos, hopping-llamas(?), giant lion-turtles, and whatever else. I set my imagination loose within the sight of this world, using what I know of this world as a base. Unless there were some oddball experimentation in the distant past that caused or instilled the possibility of transgenic combination, then the Avatar World could be imagined/prophetic.

    I view the Avatar World as both antique familiar, and uniquely strange in an oddly futuristic (if all the technology were to disappear, what would the world look like?) view. As there has been no one making or divulging genealogies with who has or has not bending abilities, we have no evidence either way. Listen to Sokka when he is not being sarcastic, but analytical/logical (like with the Mechanist). His thinking is what someone of a future time, yet the technology and reference frame fit their circumstances. Let Sokka alone with Fire-Nation rockets and Northern Air-Temple gliders and he would probably come up with some kind of jet-glider. What is to say that the observed genetics we see today do not apply? Many recessive traits skip generations, so why not bending?

    In the end of the nineteenth and early twentieth century, two gentlemen wrote books about things that could never exist in their time. Their ideas could be as readily done fifty years later as cartoons. Mssr. Jules Verne wrote of the ideas that there would be rampant changes in technology without going past the technology. Mr. Herbert George Wells not only viewed the technology and wrote of it (note the “silver rings” [CD's, DVD's, holographic DSD's] in the Eloi library in “The Time Machine”, his coinage of the term “atomic bomb”) but warned in his British understanding of history and what humans not ready for it could do with it if left to their own devices. We have not disappointed his predictions. He thought that his suitable epitaph should be, “Damn you, I Warned You All!”

    Maybe Michael and Bryan have somewhere in their collective imagination have seen this as a flooded world beyond our own. (I betray a major premise possibility.) I perceive, if you have read my posts, 20,000 years or more of the Avatar maintaining the balance, and how many years over that of developing the skills and arts of Element-Bending, have changed the fundamental philosophy of the planet, the “geweltansicht” or world view philosophy that functions over the thought processes of all humans.

    In that time, an intersection between the physical world and Spirit World could bring all sorts of creature forward or back (for at one time there were Dragons here) that had lessons for all of us. “The Ocean and Moon Spirits gave up their immortality long age. They are caught in an eternal dance, push and pull, light and dark, birth and death, hot and cold, good and bad, Yin and Yang…” (Koh).

    Change is the order of the Universe, and if my imaginings (note MINE) have any license (NO, THEY DO NOT FOR THE CONCEPT IS NOT YOURS!) I could write that this is the social recession that raises the human race to the next level of evolution. It is up to others to find the lost technology and study the history that got us there, so we do not do THAT again. A future where we either have learned or do it all over again. Are there tools to help restore the balance, or destroy the world … again?

    Magz Reply:

    Aang’s son (by Katara) Tenzin will teach her airbending. He’s an airbender. At least that’s what the creator are saying now. For all we know, they could turn things around and make it so that Tenzin knows the moves but can’t bend himself.

    And actually, for one of the guys below, there is that episode (Sokka’s Master) where Sokka feels left out of the group because he can’t bend anything like the other four in the group.
    Sokka: I can’t do anything.
    Sokka again: Look, I appreciate the effort. But the fact is, each of you is so amazing and so special and I’m…not.
    If he had the ability to waterbend, at some point during this whole adventure he would have made it clear that he just didn’t want to waterbend. Also, in the Avatar world, being a bender was who you were, regardless of whether you chose to do it or not. Like when the Southern Water Tribe was attacked, they looked to capture all waterbenders, all who could bend (except Katara). They were out to take all people who had the ability. They would have taken Katara, too, if her mother hadn’t protected her. And if anything, the people in the Avatar world would know that everyone could do it or not. If everyone had the ability, the Fire Nation would have taken everyone, but it seems that that wasn’t an option because it would appear that the minute it was discovered that you could bend, your lessons would begin. Benders were seen as very special people, so any parent would want their child to be taught and not waste their special gift. And if you were a child and saw these amazing people bending the elements and you could too, you would want to learn as well.

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    Admin / Jordash Reply:

    Hey, Thanks for that info!

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    Leon Stark Reply:

    As I said in discussion with Trajan, the Bending abilities are an uncertain nature as to who is or is not born with the ability. Not every water-bender will bear children who are water-benders. A pair of water-benders could have children without that power. It is not that they have no skill to make them special, but their skill is not that of a bender. We know nothing about Aang’s birth-family, but he must have manifested early.

    Neither of Kitara’s parents were benders that I know. GranGran never manifested her bending if she had any, and she came from a society that relegated the females to the healer’s “igloo”. I understand why she left, and why, when Paku learned who Kitara’s grandmother was, left to join her. He may have missed something when he was a much younger man.

    Zuko was in training early, and had a strong fire, but it was manifested in anger and frustration. His father was a strong Fire-Bender, with his fire based on the anger, hatred and cruelty of his nature (imagine who takes after him!). Ursa was not a Fire-Bender that we know of, but we know her Grandfather was a VERY POTENT BENDER (Avatar Roku!). In frustration, Zuko tried SO hard (TOO hard?) to become a fire-bender that he would misfire (pun intended) which would make him more angry and more frustrated. There was not the natural flow of energy that Iroh was trying to teach him. It was the Dragons Ren and Shao who taught him where the REAL fire was, how the skill and art of Fire-Bending flowed from the seat of Chi energy (“… or in my case, a vast ocean! …”. [Iroh]) Azula’s fire-bending was powered by a “cold fire” of cruelty. In all the flashbacks Zuko had, there was not a single bit of kindness in Azula, all cold and calculating, mean and nasty. In trying to teach her that she was a FEMALE, that she would would be the bearer of children, Ursa had her go to “The Royal Fire-Academy for Girls”, where she was classed with Tai Li and Mai (and that was apparently the ONLY reason they became friends). Azula rejected her mother, given a doll by her Uncle Iroh, she fried it to cinders and ash. Azula at “The Beach” admitted she never felt that her mother loved her, “She thinks I’m a monster. She’s right of course.” Azula’s only touch directly with her mother-memory (spirit?) was how Ursa claimed to love her and wanted to be with her, if only in spirit, for her coronation. That caused a weird cut of hair and broken mirror (into her soul?). She stole the knife given to Zuko and only gave it back because she knew she would have to argue with her mother, which would turn her from her father from her as a “willful child”. (My fan-fiction follows her fealty to her father, even if he cannot bend anymore. He was and is the inspiration to her hatred and cruelty, which she adores.)

    Neither of Toph’s parents were Earth-Benders. She ran away from home in her blindness and sensed the “Badger-Moles” who were the Spirit-Guides to the first Earth-Benders. They taught her the depth of the art of Earth-Bending as a survival technique. The Earth-Bending teachers taught her the focusing moves and methods, but the power was hers. Toph’s link with Aang and his learning about the nature of metal, “It is just Earth that has been purified by fire.” (Guru Pathik), was her inspiration to try metal-bending as an art. It is why she was able to beat all those strong fighters in the arena as “The Blind Bandit”.

    It is an imperfect art to being a bender. The power and art seem to have a genetic basis, if one understands “Mendelian Genetics” correctly. Somewhere there was something that warped the genetics of all the other creatures. Not necessarily a different evolution, but a warping of the genetics that changed the world. (Biotechnology fallout?) (Their astronomy seems to follow or Wong XiTong would not have a working orrery to calculate solar and lunar eclipses.) The technology that made where they are has changed, been lost (Library at Alexandria?) and they are bending the elements without the technology. (Navy [water], Army [Earth], Marines [Fire], Air-Force [air]) Another plot point to consider, twenty thousand years or more since some apocalypse of biotechnology changed the ways of the world.

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  48. Sam Said: Comment by Sam on July 20, 2010 at 7:36 pm | Permalink
     

    I am really excited about the new series i LOVE avatar. i still have some questions about the old series and some ideas for the new one even though they its really really likely they wont be used.
    Who is a stronger earthbender? King Boomy or Toph?
    Who does Toph end up with?
    What happened to Zuko’s mother?
    What will happen to the air benders after Aang dies? How will the new avatar learn air bending?
    Ideas:
    A character in the new series could be a descendant of zuko’s and find a letter that zuko’s mother wrote to zuko. This could be an episode about what happened to her the night she dissapeared.
    There could be another bending element added to the story. Like magic or perhaps plants or something.

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    Sam Reply:

    ooh and i am excited to see aang old like in that episode where aang and the gaang sneak in a city (cant think of the name right now) and he pretends to be an old man. that was funny!

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    Leon Stark Reply:

    The King of Omashu, Book 1 Chapter 5

    Bonzu Pippinkopsipopolous, THE THIRD!

    And Aang does not even recognize his old friend (Well, yes, I am that old!) Bumi

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    Shah Reply:

    look above. most of those have been answered in common knowledge speculation.

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  49. Tophfan Said: Comment by Tophfan on July 21, 2010 at 10:40 am | Permalink
     

    It was just announced to the public this morning and it its comming out in 2011! there is even a pic at Thelastairbnderfans.com! it sounds sooooooo cooool! and she learns airbending from Aangs son Tenzin.

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    Tophfan Reply:

    sorry its http://www.lastairbenderfans.com/ i wasnt thinkin right. i was too excited…

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  50. Shah Said: Comment by Shah on July 21, 2010 at 11:43 am | Permalink
     

    CANT WAIT JUST ANNOUNCED IT HERE AS WELL!!

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  51. Jordan Said: Comment by Jordan on July 22, 2010 at 12:40 am | Permalink
     

    I am just so excited I love how she has already mastered all 3 elements and just has air to go and meets up with “tenzin” as said on the site which leads them to public city and an anti-bending revolt? I am pretty sure this means spirit bending because the creators called it this :s

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    lackofoxygen Reply:

    do you have a link to anything that says she has mastered 3 of the forms?

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  52. Hayli Said: Comment by Hayli on July 22, 2010 at 1:36 am | Permalink
     

    UPDATE FOR EVERYONE.
    CONFIRMED INFORMATION.
    Avatar: The Legend of Korra will take place 70 years after the gAang. Korra is a water tribe native female avatar.
    She will be trained in air bending by AANG’S SON!
    The Show will air as we’ve already figured in 2011.
    I’m sad to see it’s not about the gAang anymore. but at the same time this will be epic. =D

    Source: http://blogs.wsj.com/speakeasy/2010/07/21/avatar-the-last-airbender-nickelodeon-greenlights-tv-sequel-the-legend-of-korra/
    Information also located in the “Avatar Portal”
    THERE’S A PICTURE TOO! =D

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    Hayli Reply:

    Oh dang… should of refreshed before posting XD OH WELL!

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  53. This show is hot Said: Comment by This show is hot on July 22, 2010 at 10:19 am | Permalink
     

    Daaanng…. I’m glad there making more “Avatar” movies… but the last season left some big questions out!

    We never found out what REAAaaallyy happend to the Airbenders. b/c the Firelord never actually said that they were wiped out..

    AND Zuko never found out what happend to his mother. did anyone think of that?

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    Hayli Reply:

    Yes to the Zuko question.
    Though I have a feeling with Aangs son involved there will be alot of flash backs along with Aang acting like Avatar Roku did and teaching Korra what he can… Hopefully we will still see remnants of our favorite gAang! <3 and get the answers we've all be wondering…

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    Leon Stark Reply:

    This show…:

    I am with you and have the concept of (for myself, writing another whole season looking at those questions and answers, but I have another twist. What was the world like before the Avatar and the Benders? (Part of this would be the key to finding out about the Air Nomads and about the fate of Ursa.) Zuko will find out about things about the travels of Air-Benders past, and the gAang will hear about the travels of Ursa, and maybe more of her fate. The messenger-hawks will be frequent and often.

    I also anticipate recruiting Jun and her Shirshu. She and the scent badger-hound will return, as they can be a useful tool in finding people and things. And Sokka lost a couple of things he REALLY wants back, a boomerang and a star-sword (a separate side-story that leads to unanticipated information).

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  54. alyssa sigala Said: Comment by alyssa sigala on July 25, 2010 at 12:36 am | Permalink
     

    IM SOOO SAD I WAZ REALLY HOPING IT WUD BE BASED ON THE GANNG GRUOPE I MEAN WHO WANTS 2 SEE A TEENAGE GIRL BE A NEW AVATAR THAT MEANS AANG DIED! DID ZUKO EVER FIND HIS MOM. AANG NVR MASTERD FIRE N EARTH. IM JUST REALLY SAD…. I WISH WE CUD CHANGE THEIR MINDS…. REPLY IF U AGREE

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    Jordan Reply:

    @ Alyssa Sigala,

    Aang did master earth and fire if you have watched all the episodes you would know! Zuko never found his mum but there is some plausible reasons to believe Ursa may still be alive.

    I am very excited to see the legend of Korra! I just love the idea of how she has rpeviously already mastered the 3 elements before hand! I hope they give us a little beginning of her life though!

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    Leon Stark Reply:

    Alyssa:

    Aang had as much mastered Earth-bending as anyone, and can do almost everything most Earth-Benders can. If he were to grow his skill into metal-bending, that would be most awesome. The Dragons Ren and Shau gave Aang the “spark” that enables his Fire-Bending, and a small amount of practice leads to rapid advancement. Even the Master Fire-Benders did not learn their Fire-Bending from the Dragons. The last Master Fire-Bender who learned from the Dragons was Zuko’s uncle, General Iroh.

    I think that this is a place for Fan Fiction. We all have ideas where Zuko and Aang have to travel, and what they will find. I hope Michael and Bryan read these blogs, for there are some really avid fans here. I think everybody here will miss “the gAang”.

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    Fred Reply:

    Alyssa:
    But Aang did master firebending. In the first episode at Crescent Island, the sage said only five firebenders or a fully-realized Avatar could open the door. In the finale, we see Aang fighting with five seperate fire whips, and Ozai, on the day when he is most powerful, only manages three. Aang is a master firebender, and we can assume that since he began earthbending before that, a master earthbender as well.

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    Leon Stark Reply:

    The only way Aang “mastered” Fire-Bending was to be given the “spark” by the Dragons Ren and Shau. It is here that Zuko relearned his Fire-Bending (as did General Iroh, his uncle), since the his Fire-Bending was based on hot anger and hot frustration. Once Aang could get into the Avatar State, he could control as many Fire-Whips or Fire-Cords as he wanted. The problem is that it was the last discipline he became active in. He still had his doubts about Fire-Bending since he once started learning the art of Fire-Bending from General Jion Jiong the deserter, and hurt Katara. He will always remember that, even if he forgives himself for it.

    Aang was an Air-Bending Master, had mastered Water-Bending with the help of the Moon and Ocean Spirits, and training in control by Katara. Toph got Aang faiarly far in Earth-Bending, but I am sure would want to train him through Metal-Bending. Metal is only Earth purified by Fire. Toph loves the sense of control over Aang and I am sure wants to keep her hand in.

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    dasd Reply:

    same here

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    tom Reply:

    I agree. I totally hate this idiotic, stupid idea. I mean, like why couldn’t they just go on with the series and develop it. There’s still many unanswered questions. What the heck are these people doing? ITS WAY TOO SAD FOR AANG TO BE DEAD!!!!! IF YOU AGREE PLEASE REPLY. I WISHED THERE WAS SOME WAY WE COULD CHANGE mikes and dimartinos minds

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    Leon Stark Reply:

    Mike and Bryan have apparently mads up their minds. I fault them not, it is their idea, their story and their work. I would like them to carry it further too, but I think that is our job.

    Got some ideas? Write them. I think there is a Fan Fiction site. If you are interested, we could exchange some ideas and work them out. I am writing some (for my own amusement). It would please me if someone were to want to read and edit some of my musings. If you ask, I will give you my e-mail address in pieces and clues, so you can (if you are somewhat clever) put it all together and get through to me through my A-OL I-nstant M-essenger COMmunications portal. (Hint-Hint)

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    greatedcorn Reply:

    the smartest thing they could’ve done was end it there. that story is over, the unanswered questions are side-stories and could be answered in a single flashback. this wasnt a story about how aang became the master of all 4 elements and became a fully realized avatar… it was about how he had to learn what he could of the elements to end a 100 yr war. as long as the main plot is satisfied the writers have done their job. have you considered that the reason people want so badly to see the new series or a movie is in part because of those unanswered questions? take a marketing course.

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    Admin / Jordash Reply:

    Yeah that’s also why each episode is so addicting. They leave you hanging with crazy cliff hanger.

  55. lackofoxygen Said: Comment by lackofoxygen on July 25, 2010 at 3:48 pm | Permalink
     

    The article is in accurate, it’s set 70 years later, for now, and Aang’s son is an airbender, not an earthbender

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    Admin / Jordash Reply:

    Yep, this is an old post with old rumors, we have newer posts with the updated information:

    http://avatarthelastairbenderonline.com/holy-wow-picture-details-avatar/
    http://avatarthelastairbenderonline.com/hd-legend-of-korra-photo/

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  56. 1 Bubby 1 Said: Comment by 1 Bubby 1 on July 31, 2010 at 7:19 pm | Permalink
     

    It’s good to hear that a new Avatar series is going to be on television. A great show with cool, creative guys behind it. I’d also like to see the guys do some direct to dvd stories to help fill in the blanks on some of the previous Avatars before Aang.

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  57. Tyla Braa Said: Comment by Tyla Braa on August 4, 2010 at 10:23 am | Permalink
     

    Is this the book 4 that ive heard a lot about? because ive heard plenty of different things. And the shadow bending definitely isnt true its so stupid. Shadow isnt an element wtf. But this actually sounds good, and I also wanna know what happens to Zuko’s mom Ursa. If somebody has proof of this then tell me because i wanna know

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    Admin / Jordash Reply:

    This has been proven, read later articles (you can see later articles) the creators of the series interviewed the Wall Street Journal about the next series.

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  58. Leon Stark Said: Comment by Leon Stark on August 4, 2010 at 4:03 pm | Permalink
     

    The concept of shadow-bending is as old as the concept of ninjitsu. There were disciplines where the shadow of a man in meditation would either go and spy for him (out-of-body experience) or act for him as in the applying of force. As shadow is the absence of light, there is nothing that can harm a shadow except the application of light (fire?). The concept is ancient. Offering it as a hidden discipline makes perfect sense for an Avatar to either guard against, or have to Master. I wonder how they will incorporate it into the Avatar dimension.

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    lackofoxygen Reply:

    I didn’t see anything about shadow bending in the articles

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    Leon Stark Reply:

    Tyla brought it up and I just was reminded of some very old Chinese movies about “shadow-warriors” who could manipulate their own shadows in the dark to do amazing (and some very evil) things. The warriors could say they were having tea, and were witnessed, but their shadows did their work for them in the dark, by the control of their own mind partly concentrating on their shadow-task.

    It would be an interesting concept to have another kind of “bending” that is either outside of the power of the Avatar, or another power the Avatar needs to master. I had suspected “blood-bending” was available to a powerful water-bender, as Huu was a “plant-bender”.

    There are all sorts of mystic arts that are part of the West Asian cultures. Imagine if there are more cultures that never knew the Four Nations of the Avatar, places beyond the map. The only thing I can think is WOW! A whole different conceptual environment.

    By the way, Aang never got to ride hopping llamas or hog-monkeys!

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    Itrested man Reply:

    Hi are you the person who created avatar or the person who is giving the ideas to the people that make the movie?

    Please reply.

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    Admin / Jordash Reply:

    Hi, No this site is an unofficial fan website, but we keep up to date with most of the latest news.

  59. a_girl Said: Comment by a_girl on August 10, 2010 at 5:42 pm | Permalink
     

    im so excited for the new series!!!!!!!!! im really sad that its not a season four starting were we left off!!!!!!!!!!! hopefully they explain things and make a lot of flash backs! so excited tho !!!!

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  60. for the Aang gang Said: Comment by for the Aang gang on August 22, 2010 at 11:58 am | Permalink
     

    hey evrybodey I HAVE got A HUNCH THAT KORRA IS EITHERE SOKKAS daugther OR SOME GIRL.

    Oh and PS ……………….. KATARA AND ANG GOT MARRIED!!! ;-)

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    Toko fan (Toph+Zuko Fan) Reply:

    DAts gr8!!! I Did’nt hear anything about toph yet and i did’nt hear anything about Zuko eiter. I wish they got married but Mai and Zuko r a cute couple as well!! I just like Toph better!

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    chelsea Reply:

    I think it would be awesome if Korra was Sokka’s granddaughter!!!!!!!

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  61. for the Aang gang Said: Comment by for the Aang gang on August 22, 2010 at 12:56 pm | Permalink
     

    Oh and and aang did not die he is 82 years old becaus he was 12 right but then got frozen in an iceberg for 100 years but d’indt age so thats aang and katara is 84 .!

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    Admin / Jordash Reply:

    No it’s been confirmed that they have passed into the spirit world

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  62. Avatar Fan Said: Comment by Avatar Fan on August 22, 2010 at 2:46 pm | Permalink
     

    Avatar The Last Airbender is 1 of the gr8est shows eva!!!!! I want 2 know wat happened 2 Zuko’s mom and I can’t wait 2 find out! I hope dat the new series will be just as good the old series! I am a bit disapointed dat Zuko ended up with Mai instead of Toph, shes alright but if I had a choice Zuko would hav had a happy ever after wit Toph”! But Mai and Zuko r a gr8 couple 2! I just prefere Toph and I hav 1 more thing 2 say so here it goes………………… if ur a Toko fan then u should look up this amazing story called “Toph’s Date”! I 4got who wrote it but it has 4 chapters about what would happen if Toph kissed Zuko and how it happened! Even if ur not a fan of Toko u should stil look it up! I 4got the name of the first chapter but the second chapter is called “She Knew”! I also 4got the name of the third and forth chapter! The creaters should read tis 2! Plzzzzz!!!!!!! U won’t be disapointed! Trust me!!! The story is so romantic and cleaver :)

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  63. Avatar Fan 2 Said: Comment by Avatar Fan 2 on August 22, 2010 at 2:56 pm | Permalink
     

    THe chapter dat ur taking about is called ” Toph’s Date Chapter 1: Longshots arrival” ! Look it up guys!!!! IT’S AMAZING AND ROMANTIC AND IT SHOULD BE READ!!!!!! THE CREATERS SHOULD READ TIS!!!!!!

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  64. Toko fan (Toph+Zuko Fan) Said: Comment by Toko fan (Toph+Zuko Fan) on August 22, 2010 at 3:29 pm | Permalink
     

    I love Avatar so much!!!! It’s Amazing!!! I really want 2 find out wat happened 2 Zuko’s mom! And I would like 2 say that every 1 here should check out tis story about Zuko+Toph! It’s called “Toph’s Date Chapter 1: Longshots Arrival”! I wish that they would hav a happy ever after but Mai and Zuko r alright 2! I just think dat Zuko has a lot more in commom wit Toph in my opinion! Seriously every 1 should look it up! Even if u don’t like Toko u should do it! I 4got who wrote it but the story he/she wrote is so romantic and a bit funny! :) :) :) The Creaters should read tis 2!!

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    Intrested man Reply:

    What website is it on?

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  65. Twinkle Toes Said: Comment by Twinkle Toes on August 23, 2010 at 8:01 am | Permalink
     

    I took ur advice and ur right, the story is cool!! I luv Avatar:) I can’t wait till te new series starts!!!

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  66. chelsea Said: Comment by chelsea on September 12, 2010 at 7:08 pm | Permalink
     

    When I saw this I was soooooo excited, especially because it will have a female avatar and that there will be a connection to the original series and characters. I hope will get to see what happened to everyone after they defeated the fire nation. It would be really cool if the series would show everyone’s kids/grandkids, otherwise I will still miss “team avatar” sooo much. (like zuko’s son or grandson as firelord, maybe sokka’s grandson as a friend of korra’s, etc.)

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    Admin / Jordash Reply:

    Yeah that would be pretty cool

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  67. Avatar of Blue Spirit
    Blue Spirit Said: Comment by Blue Spirit on September 14, 2010 at 10:28 am | Permalink
     

    Did you say Tenzin would teach Korra Earthbending? In this article it states:
    “Korra is tutored by Aang’s son, Tenzin, in the ways of airbending.” @ http://avatarthelastairbenderonline.com/holy-wow-picture-details-avatar/

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    Admin / Jordash Reply:

    Yeah Tenzin is going to be her Airbending Teacher unless i’m mistaken.

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    Admin / Jordash Reply:

    Oh oops, your right, that is a typo, should say Airbending.

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  68. Chianugo Said: Comment by Chianugo on October 19, 2010 at 1:02 pm | Permalink
     

    Actually Aaang isn’t teaching Korra airbending it’s Aang and Katara’s son Tenzin. For more info go to this site.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Avatar:_Legend_of_Korra

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    Admin / Jordash Reply:

    Yeah that’s correct, and that’s what the article states I think.

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  69. Macario Said: Comment by Macario on October 19, 2010 at 1:54 pm | Permalink
     

    All of you could be wrong, just because the article said it doesnt mean its true. Did the creators say so at comic con? I dont think so -_-

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    Admin / Jordash Reply:

    If you’re referring to the idea that Korra will be tutored by Tenzin in the ways of Airbending, that’s been confirmed by Nickelodeon themselves in a press release:

    See here:

    http://avatarthelastairbenderonline.com/holy-wow-picture-details-avatar/

    The statement was published by the Wall Street Journal so it’s legit.

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  70. Amelia Said: Comment by Amelia on November 4, 2010 at 4:40 pm | Permalink
     

    Wait a second. The link that said “Korra will learn Earthbending from Aang’s son Tenzin.” If it is Aang and Katara’s son then he would be either an Airbender or a Waterbender, right?

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    Admin / Jordash Reply:

    The earthbending was a typo korra is going to learn airbending from tenzin (aang and kataras son)

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  71. Mimmzy Said: Comment by Mimmzy on November 22, 2010 at 7:10 pm | Permalink
     

    Does anybody know when this new season is coming out??? And i heard a rumor that there is going to be a new way of bending and its called energy bending is that true??

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    Admin / Jordash Reply:

    Hey Mimmzy, Latest we’ve heard is November 2011 (so a year from now) it might be sooner but it definitely wont be farther away then that.

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    Mimmzy Reply:

    ok thanks but Admin/Jordash I also heard a rumor that theres a new kind of bending and thats called energy bending is that true?

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    Leon Stark Reply:

    “Energy-bending” is a technique Aang learned from a Giant Lion-Turtle, the oldest of intelligent beings. I paraphrase that ancient creature, “Long before there was an Avatar, we bend the elements by force of our will. Moving the energy from a person requires steadfastness of will and clarity of purpose, or it will take you over and destroy you.” This was communicated wholly through the touch of talons to head and heart of the developing Avatar. There may be something else coming, but “Energy-Bending” was accomplished when Aang harnessed the power of the century comet along with the teachings of the most ancient.

  72. Mimmzy Said: Comment by Mimmzy on November 24, 2010 at 12:27 am | Permalink
     

    whats anybody’s favorite character in avatar??

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    Leon Stark Reply:

    Personally, Sokka on a good day is both sarcastic, annoying, brave, intelligent (even if he is not “smart”, and there is a major difference) and occasionally wise. He is definitely not Zen. He is direct, forward and logical. I feel that, aside from having a sibling (albelt, a very different person than he is) he is much like me. His biggest problem is a bit of paranoia, but that comes from seeing a war come right up to his doorstep, taking his mother. I think he is my favorite.

    I wonder whether Bryan and Michael are going to have a child of Sokka (and Suki?) hanging out with Korra? If such a child is anything like Sokka, I think that would be really cool.

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    Leon Stark Reply:

    On a bad day, Sokka is just plain ANNOYING. (See “cactus-juice”) He can be a real “hemorrhoid” and in the way of progress. Even that can be somewhat endearing.

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    emma Reply:

    i think that Sokka is funny aswell;) but personally i think Aang is better, because he is brave, sweet, and loving. Aswell as Toph who is tough and shows all girls aren’t weak;)x

  73. emma Said: Comment by emma on November 24, 2010 at 1:13 pm | Permalink
     

    hey, i was wandering if someone could give me the official avatar website? i would like to visit it and email the director on a few things! I am a massive fan of Avatar, and have currently watched the full episodes in order about 6 times! so can someone inform me on the official website?

    also, is Avatar- The Legend of Korra coming out in the UK, England?

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    Admin / Jordash Reply:

    There is not really a place where you can email them directly although they sometimes do interviews.

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  74. Mimmzy Said: Comment by Mimmzy on November 24, 2010 at 7:31 pm | Permalink
     

    my favorite is zukko

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  75. Blackkat Said: Comment by Blackkat on November 24, 2010 at 9:03 pm | Permalink
     

    AHHHHHHHHHHHH!!!!! I cant wait, i hope it comes out soon.
    By the way, why is Aang’s son teaching Korra earthbending, wouldnt it be airbending or waterbending(if he married katara)?
    And are any of the characters from last series going to be there?

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    Admin / Jordash Reply:

    He’s teaching her airbending. You may be seeing an old version of the post that had a typo.

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    Admin / Jordash Reply:

    Oh and all of the old characters wil have passed on by now.

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    Leon Stark Reply:

    What of their children? I could see a whole gaggle of SokKi’s, KatAang’s MaiKo’s, etc. with the similar traits and dispositions. The children take after their parents.

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  76. Mimmzy Said: Comment by Mimmzy on November 25, 2010 at 5:35 pm | Permalink
     

    whos going to be the main enemy in this series?

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    Airspeed Prime Reply:

    We are not sure yet, but from what we know my guess is it will be the Leader of the Anti-Bender rebellion.

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  77. Mimmzy Said: Comment by Mimmzy on November 25, 2010 at 5:36 pm | Permalink
     

    who is going to be the main enemy in this season??

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  78. Zutara_Luvr903 Said: Comment by Zutara_Luvr903 on January 5, 2011 at 2:13 pm | Permalink
     

    What i’m very excited about is the couples. I wanna see who is going to be with. I wonder if Katara and Aang will stay together, (hope not) I wonder if it would be Zuko and Katata? Ayyyyyy!!! I like that batter. I also want to see where Korra comes from. Who is her father and her mother? Will it be Katara and Aang? Or Will it be some people we don’t know? Ayyyyy!!!! I’m soo gonna have a party becuz i told my parents they mite come out with the 4th season and a movie. My parents said yes to movie no to 4th season. Saying that they doubt it. Oh puuuhh leasee..i believed in this all the way. All i can say is dnt ever let M. Night Shamalayan or however the heck u say/spell his name EVVVEEERRRRRRRR touch Avatar again. Becuz that 1st movie sucked beyond noooo reason….i will admit the graphics were good but the movie jst sucked. Plotline, character/actors picking was not good. TERRIBLE!!!! Dnt ever let him touch it again.

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    Admin / Jordash Reply:

    Yeah Korra is way exciting, Mike and Bryan confirmed that Aang and Katara eventually were married.

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  79. korralover266 Said: Comment by korralover266 on January 8, 2011 at 3:27 pm | Permalink
     

    also if u think about it did aang have a birthmother? did
    she have an close relation to the past avatar? also, how did momo
    survive against the fire nation? wouldn’t he have died by
    then?

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  80. korralover266 Said: Comment by korralover266 on January 8, 2011 at 3:42 pm | Permalink
     

    i didn’t like the avatar movie either. the character
    personalities were way off. Aang is more fun loving and they made
    him way too serious for this movie. Sokka was way too serious too,
    he was more of the jokester and he wasn’t even bad a jokes. he also
    never made up funny names in the movie. that was my fav part.
    Katara was not that motherly either. she had more of an attitude in
    the movie and that was what made her one of my favorite characters
    in the show. Appa looked really stupid and i didn’t like that. Also
    they missed General Zhous big @$$ side burns. that was what made
    him look funny. the movie sucked so bad. fire lord Ozai didn’t even
    show up in the series until book 3. General Iroh was fatter,
    shorter, and more fun and wiser in the series. they made him look
    too young and the movie writers messed up the whole plotline. Aang
    told Zuko he was the avatar, they didn’t have to give Aang a test
    to see if he was the avatar. And another thing, Zuko wasn’t indian
    or watever he was supposed to be, he was a regular white man with a
    goal. they also made Zuko seem more peaceful not full of rage. they
    should have stuck to the story plot and then they would have better
    reviews. And i no the movie writers tried to do the best they could
    with wat they had but it could have been better than it was. they
    could have stuck to the story plot and then everyone would be
    happy.

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    Matthew Said: Comment by Matthew on February 15, 2011 at 4:36 pm | Permalink
     

    Is this book 4?

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    Airspeed Prime Reply:

    Yes and no

    No in that it is not Aang and friends continuing their story.

    Yes in that Korra(Avatar after Aang) will be learning Air the only book we haven’t had yet

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    Matthew Said: Comment by Matthew on February 16, 2011 at 12:45 pm | Permalink
     

    New confirmed Voice Actor for Avatar: Legend of Korra – Richard Epcar

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Avatar:_Legend_of_Korra#Production

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  83. korralover266 Said: Comment by korralover266 on February 17, 2011 at 7:06 pm | Permalink
     

    OMG!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I am so excited for this new avatar series!!! EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I can’t believe that we get to see Aang older! Maybe he will be just as funny in ghost form!!!!!! LOL

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    Leon Stark Reply:

    korralover266:

    From what I can tell, Aang and Katara will have passed, and Korra will have become the next Avatar in the Water-tribes. Tenzin, the son of Aang and Katara will have the native Air-Bending abilities and will be the teacher of the forms and functions of air-bending. Aang will be visiting as the last Avatar from the Spirit realm. There are many levels to the Spirit worlds, places where the Avatars are, other spirits that have passed, the places where the spirit beast-guides (dragons, sky-bisons, sea-serpents, badger-moles) derive, and many other realms that have not been plumbed by the creators of the series.

    It will be interesting and fascinating to follow this new cast, but I will so miss the gAang, with all their developments ongoing. They are all at an age where they are hormonally and physiologically capable, but not quite psychologically. There is a lot of issues that have not yet been resolved and I do not see a lot of them being resolved.

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  84. chrisfabulous Said: Comment by chrisfabulous on March 3, 2011 at 2:33 pm | Permalink
     

    aang instructing another avatar…..this is awsome………

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    Admin / Jordash Reply:

    Yeah people are way excited to see that.

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  85. avatarwords Said: Comment by avatarwords on March 5, 2011 at 3:15 pm | Permalink
     

    Follow @AvatarWords at twitter

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    Matthew Said: Comment by Matthew on March 7, 2011 at 1:15 am | Permalink
     

    http://blogs.wsj.com/speakeasy/2011/03/06/the-last-airbender-legend-of-korra-exclusive-first-look/

    New Info
    1.) New Official Pic of Korra
    2.) Postpone on Early 2012
    3.) It is unknown if they change title to The Last Airbender: Legend of Korra
    4.) More info will be in tomorrow and this week.

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  87. Miguel Said: Comment by Miguel on April 3, 2011 at 9:11 pm | Permalink
     

    Has anyone ever had in mind that Aang could energy bend. So in that case he could give people the ability to air bend. Probably the people who live in the air temples. Since the people there have the spirit of airbenders he may true them into one’s. Also, people years ago learned their bendings from other natural benders, water=moon, earth=badgermoles, fire=dragons, air=skybison. i think it’s really the desire to bend than it being the genetics involved. Also it could be the emotional connection towards the elements and their personality. Also people before use to ONLY bend the energy within themselves (just plain energy *chi) then they found a way to combine it with the elements according to the personalites tied to them and there you have it: Earth Fire Water Air. Also in season 2 Oma taught the villigers to earth bend!

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  88. Leon Stark Said: Comment by Leon Stark on April 4, 2011 at 5:10 pm | Permalink
     

    The ability to “Energy-Bend” may be able to define a new class of Air-Benders. How would they develop the evasive fighting style of their predecessors? Oma and many subsequent Earth-Benders learned their Earth-bending from the Badger-Moles. Bending or stopping Chi flow and the energy that goes with it is a wholly separate art as exemplified by Ty Li. There may be some group that learns to Air-bend for themselves, but having the spirit animal guide teaches certain ideas of respect and responsibility. In controlling one’s personal Chi, some of the energy resonates with an element, and the development of that resonance becomes the ability to bend the element.

    Avatars (see “The Southern Air Temple”) go back some 20 thousand years or so, so the bending abilities have taken that long to become what they evolved into. The Air-Benders are “Air-Nomads”. Nomads cannot be tied down, and the only body of an air-bender seen was that of Gyatsu, waiting for Aang to return. I think that the senior monks all left to warn the other Air Temples that the Avatar had gone missing. I might think that they either dispersed or had some hidden hideaway. As the civilization is over 20,000 years old, the Earth could have changed a lot in that time. Animals have combined and now fit some very different niches. I think the widest angle map they have is only a quarter or a third of the Earth and there is a lot hidden civilization under all that water. Air Benders are like the “silk” in the fighting style “silk and iron”. I am writing my own tale of Aang and Co. searching for the hiding Air-Nomads.

    There are two competing philosophies here. The Buddhist world bounded by four temples and Taoist world of five Mountains (and mountains are where the Air Nomads build their temples). We have seen four mountain Air Temples, but what if there is a fifth, hidden Air Temple on a mountain somewhere far away? And the Clues are written in scripts that are no longer in use. Only the Avatar can read the most ancient scripts, for part of him (or her) goes back those 20,000 or more years.

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  89. patrick Said: Comment by patrick on May 12, 2011 at 4:27 am | Permalink
     

    I am pretty sure aangs son, tenzin, is going to be korra’s airbending teacher… I mean, I could understand him being a water bender because his mom, but not earth, unless the show wants to completely deviate from the idea of earth benders being born to earthbenders, fire to fire etc

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    Yeah Tenzin is definitely an Airbender and it’s almost 100% confirmed that he will be her teacher.

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  90. allyson Said: Comment by allyson on July 20, 2011 at 11:13 pm | Permalink
     

    Well, if you think about it, the original people that played the characters have ended their contracts, and the guy that played aang’s voice is probably a lot deeper, they would sound different, so i dont think it would be as good even if it did end up being the same time with the same characters

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  91. steve Said: Comment by steve on July 24, 2011 at 1:00 am | Permalink
     

    when i was little i loved this show such an epic story line but this legends of korra just seems like itll be pretty much the same as the last one. i think the next season should maybe start off where the last one ended of a story line of zuko finding his mom? but who knows these guys are epic story writters im sure anything they put out will be good.:P

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    Yeah the creators certainly know what they are doing.

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  92. CASHMONEY Said: Comment by CASHMONEY on August 18, 2011 at 2:40 am | Permalink
     

    I found out that katara and aang have children(3). they have 1 airbender and the rest are unkown.

    The airbender son’s name is Tenzin and has 3 kids who are all 3 airbenders. He is expecting a 4th

    PS.
    here is link

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Last_Airbender:_Legend_of_Korra

    It kind of sounds lame but it also sounds cool

    We will see, i think they are bending the series(like a elastic band) and hopefully it doesnt break and they dont get viewers and have to stop production

    I hate when that happens with shows

    SO

    WATCH IT

    AND I Might make a blog, idf u think i should post on this topic

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    Yeah that was confirmed in our panel coverage: http://avatarthelastairbenderonline.com/airbender-legend-korra-panel-news/

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  93. Danny Said: Comment by Danny on August 25, 2011 at 12:54 pm | Permalink
     

    i wonder where Zukos mom went and im confused when is this show coming people keep saying oh in the early 2012 and the late 2011 im really confused

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    Yeah that will hopefully be answered in this book: http://avatarthelastairbenderonline.com/avatar-airbender-series-the/

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  94. the one Said: Comment by the one on September 9, 2011 at 7:44 pm | Permalink
     

    i hope theres a new seasone that tells use about zukos mother, i love avatar its my life.

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  95. AIDEN Said: Comment by AIDEN on September 9, 2011 at 8:09 pm | Permalink
     

    theres no new season sorry, i know it hurts to think you’ll never know what happens…
    (p.s.) the avatar marries katara and then dies then all the avatars come back from the dead(with the avatar from before) and make a new element TIME but only the avatar can use it. so then katara has a baby(the new avatar) and it starts the become bad, so the four masters come to an alliance(the guru from season 3 is a air bender…of course) the masters water=katara, earth=toph, still the only matal bender, air=guru, and fire=zuko(learned lighting) and kill the avatar ending the cycle…
    the script was written but never used.

    p.s. again..if you thought that was a good story thank you that was a pile of crap that was all from the top of my head i only wish i could put my thoughts into a real season..0_o…

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    Actually there is a new season: Read about it here: http://avatarthelastairbenderonline.com/category/avatarthelegendofkorra/

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    Kelly Said: Comment by Kelly on January 31, 2012 at 7:47 pm | Permalink
     

    huh kinda funny looking at this now :)

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  97. ONYENAKEYA ADAUGO Said: Comment by ONYENAKEYA ADAUGO on August 30, 2012 at 4:10 pm | Permalink
     

    i HATE legend of korra season 4 is not intresting. i love avater AANG .i was thinking that season 4 will be when aang and katara will grow up ,get married ,zuko will find his mom BUT no it wasnt so .legend of korra is so BORING I THOUGHT avatar the last air bender was based only on aang but ican see the producer and writer are both STUPID .all i want to say is that they should change season4 before others who has not watch it will hate it.lastly i love AVATAR AANG

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    You are right about missing Aang, Katara, Sokka, Suki, Toph, and the various political intrigues of the Fire-Nation court. I would have liked there to be a fourth “season” (Maybe you had not noticed that the bending disciplines follow the seasonal cycle as they do cycle of Avatars?)

    I am writing my own “Book 4: Air” to take Zuko to search for his mother, and Aang to see if he can find more Air-Benders. Aang’s Air Benders are “Nomads”, they cannot be tied down, they cannot be held to a single point. In all the series, there was only one collection of remains, in the Southern Air Temple, Gyatsu. Where went all the other Air-Benders? I can guess a few were taken to Fire-Nation prisons, but my tale has it that most of them escaped. (And Sozin laid out that all the AIr-Benders were wiped out since he could not find all that many, twisting the story, laying out masses of propaganda.) I am using the Taoist philosophy of the five sacred mountains. Aang has found four of them and there are clues at each of them to find. Only the older Avatars know where these clues are, or how to decode them, as they are in languages foreign and very ancient.

    I think that would be a really great story as I write bits of it to make up a whole “Book 4: Air”.

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