Discussion in 'Community' started by DarthDragon164, Jul 17, 2010.
Female Zuko Waterbending Avatar
Look, technology. I wonder where that came from.
I am guessing the Animation Department.
The Machinist, no doubt.
From the reformed Fire Nation under the wise leadership of Firelord Zuko who came over to the good side and allied himself with the Avatar?
Actually I am switching my answer to the production designer.
You mean the Avatar allied with him.
Saw Jello's post, looks like it's Steapunk after all. You win.
More info via the press release.
I'm glad I was right about the female Avatar thing, but Mattel will be awfully upset since everyone knows that boys don't want to watch a series about girls. I'm sure their solution will be to make toys of every character except for the heroine.
Vivs: See above.
I like the fact they won't be treading the same water (pardon the pun) by reiterating the learning process of bending Water, Fire and Earth, instead focusing on the one we never got to see Aang learn.
I am just hoping Aang's son isn't the only Airbender. It would seem to me that part of Aang's efforts outside of uniting the four nations would be to restore his own culture.
Well. That depends on how bending comes to rise. Is it in the blood, or can it be taught? It might be hard to repopulate if they truly were all wiped out.
True but for the sake of the story itself and the continuation of the Avatar cycle they would need to ensure that Airbending survives. To me that would require more than one person knowing the skill.
And given the 70 years I guess Aang didn't live as long as some of his counterparts. Wonder what got him in the end.
So Tenzin is presumably the son of Aang and Katara? Wonder what he looks like. Korra looks a bit like Katara, but that's probably just because she's a water bender.
The only solution is Aang having many wives.
And is it just me or does Tenzin sound like a Fire Nation name?
Tenzin reminds me of Tenzin Norgay (sp?), the Nepalese sherpa who helped Sir Edmund Hillary climb Everest. So, no, it's a perfect name for an airbender.
Tenzin who? And BTW, that sounds like a Fire Nation name to me...
So it's Tenzing. Still, close enough. Mountain dude, he's totally an airbender.
Well if the nations are living in harmony what's to say that they aren't interbreeding, blending cultures and ethnicity. Perhaps the names aren't necesarily an indicator of a specific culture as the once were.
Where do you guys get that info from?
The press release Jello quoted.
I am also intrigued by the anti-bending movement she apparently has to deal with.
I fail at reading.