What are the avatar nations based on

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what are the avatar nations based on

Avatar: The Last Airbender: The Lost Adventures by Bryan Konietzko

For three years, millions of eager fans tuned in to watch new episodes of Nickelodeons hit animated series Avatar: The Last Airbender. Ever since, fans have been hungry for more, and now their wait is finally over!

This volume collects the long-out-of-print, fan-favorite comics previously published in Nickelodeon Magazine and with the Airbender DVDs, plus over seventy brand-new comics pages. Thats twenty-six stories set in Airbender continuity, by a host of top-notch talent, many of whom worked on the original animated series!

* A must-have for any Airbender fan!

* Twenty-six in-continuity stories, plus bonus content!

* The latest release in an ongoing partnership between Nickelodeon and Dark Horse, to bring you the very best in Airbender books!
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Firebending Powers & Culture Explained! (Everything Avatar Pt. 3)

Four nations

This article needs references to support its information. See how to add them. Avatar: The Last Airbender and The Legend of Korra are aesthetically and conceptually influenced by many real-world cultures , particularly China and other parts of East Asia. Other cultural influences come from South Asia, mainly India, and various indigenous cultures from around the world. Modern popular culture is also a prominent influence on both series', especially traditional Japanese animation and Asian feature films both animated and live-action. Contemporary American storytelling tropes are interspersed throughout, such as the archetypal "Hero's Journey", and certain characters and plot lines clearly echo previous franchises that made use of this theme.

The series began airing in February and concluded in July Avatar: The Last Airbender is set in an Asiatic-like world in which some people can manipulate the classical elements with psychokinetic variants of the Chinese martial arts known as "bending". It follows the protagonists, year-old Aang and his friends, who must bring peace and unity to the world by ending the Fire Lord's war with the rest of the world. The series was commercially successful and was acclaimed by audiences and critics, who praised its art direction, humor, cultural references, characters, and themes. The first season's success prompted Nickelodeon to order a second and third season.

Earth Nation

If you ever try talking to me about Avatar: The Last Airbender, be prepared to talk for a couple of hours. I am such a fan of the show if only you could see my face of excitement behind this keyboard. In case you are unaware of the show, Avatar: The Last Airbender involves a world where people control the elements, earth, air, water and fire. Each element has their own nations. The Fire Nation ruler Fire Lord is the antagonizing force, as he tries to conquer all the other elemental kingdoms. The show is about a boy named Aang who holds the title of Avatar, a powerful savior.

I dunno don't fine meh racist I just made a small theory or it could be by nationalities? At least that's what it looks like. In Avatar the relationship between complexion and climate is reversed. People living at the poles have a darker complexion than people living near the equator. That's why he's White.

Avatar the Last Airbender and the Legend of Korra are my favorite shows of all time. One of my favorite aspects of the show are all of the real-world people and events that influence the show. So I have decided, for your enjoyment, to discuss each nation in the show and its influences. Part 2 will be the Water Tribes. All of my sources are the Avatar wiki and Wikipedia, as well as the Avatar extras. The Water Tribes are unique in the world of Avatar, seeing as how they are the only people that are not inspired by Asian nations.


  1. Erin C. says:

    Based on an Asian -influenced world [2] of Chinese martial arts and elemental manipulation, the show drew on elements from traditional Asian culture, blending the styles of anime and US domestic cartoons.

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