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Wednesday, August 3, 2011

Avatar the Legend of Aang Cheats Walkthroughs

70 years after Aang's last adventure, a new airbender will rise in the 2011 release of Nickelodeon's animated series, "Avatar: The Legend of Korra." This new series was thought up and created by the original masterminds behind "Avatar: The Last Airbender", Michael DiMartino and Bryan Konietzko. The new series follows a teenage girl who is feisty, eager, and ready for anything, and who goes by the name of Korra. Hailing from the tribe of Southern Water, Korra goes to Republic City in hopes of mastering the final element, air. Already a master of Earth, Fire, and Water, Air is the last of the four elements to be mastered by the young girl. Upon entering the metropolis of Republic City, she falls under the tutor of Aang's son, named Tenzin, and with his help she begins her airbending training.

Along the way, Korra discovers many hidden truths about the epicenter of the "Avatar" world. Among these truths, she finds out there is a growing anti-bending population who seek to rip the world apart. The crime rate is up, and it's up to Korra to face and fix these problems at hand. " The Legend of Korra " promises to bring a whole new outlook at the "Avatar" world, and will stay faithful to the mythology created by the first series, "Avatar: The Last Airbender."

During a Speakeasy (a entertainment online blog for the Wall Street Journal) interview, the creators of the show gave a few hints toward what to expect from the new series. Among these hints, they mentioned there will be a very distinct connection between this series and the last, though they did not mention just what exactly the connection would be. As it is known, Korra's tutor will be none other than the last Airbender's own son, Tenzin, and as the story goes, it may be very likely previous character's spirits may make a couple cameos throughout the new series, though this is purely skeptical. What isn't skeptical is the fact that this new series will be dealing with a slightly more sophisticated plot line. As Bryan Konietzko put it to Speakeasy, "...[T]he show is growing up a bit."

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