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Book 1: Water
Chapter 3: The Island of Kyoshi

Sokka read the map. He was sitting atop Appa with an exasperated expression on his face. "You have no idea where you're going, do you?"

Aang turned his head to answer Sokka. "Well, I know it's near water... but Appa can only fly for about a day, so we'll need to stop."

The Avatar steered Appa towards a nearby island and landed in a small forest. They noticed a giant eel in the island's bay shooting water out its mouth at an elephant koi. "We'll set up camp here for the night," said Sokka. "This island seems uninhabited, so we should be able to get food from the natural resources."

Katara then noticed that Appa was eating something. "No, Appa! Don't eat that!" she ran off to stop the sky bison.

Suddenly, a pack of warriors in armored green uniforms lunged from the tree branches. Katara had stopped Appa from eating that thing, but one warrior got her when she got back. The Avatar's group had been brought down, their heads pressed into the grass. A woman wearing a golden headpiece spoke up. "You are all intruding on the sacred forest where Avatar Kyoshi trained her earthbending. State your reason for visiting Kyoshi Island, or we'll throw you in the water with the Unagi."

Aang responded, "My sky bison Appa needs to rest so that he can travel in the morning."

The leader of the warriors stamped her foot against Aang's face. "You're a bad liar. All of the sky bison live in the Air Temples. Unless..." She pulled her foot off of Aang's face and saw the tattoos of the Air Nomads. "A costume?"

Aang looked up at the girl and said, "This island is named after Avatar Kyoshi? I know Kyoshi."

"Ha!" laughed one warrior, "How could you possibly know her? She died over 200 years ago!"

"I know her because I'm the Avatar," Aang plainly said.

The warrior's leader and the other girls had expressions of shock and disbelief on their faces. The leader shook her fist at Aang. "That's impossible!" she snapped, "The last Avatar was an airbender who disappeared 100 years ago!"

"That's me!" Aang exclaimed, grinning wildly.

"Throw the imposter to the Unagi!" yelled one warrior.

"Wait, Fengshan." She looked back at Aang. "If you are the Avatar, then prove it," the leader said.

Aang picked up a pebble and cupped it in his hands. He then did some airbending to make the pebble whirl around and around in midair as he grinned like a fool. The warriors gasped.

"It's true," said Fengshan in awe, "You are the Avatar!"

The leader pulled Aang off the ground, and gestured to her followers to do the same with  Sokka. "My name is Suki, and I'm the leader of the Kyoshi Warriors. The Avatar is welcome on our island."

The group was then brought to the center of a nearby village, where a statue of Kyoshi was in the center. A crowd of villagers began cheering for Aang. A man from the crowd began to convulse and foam at the mouth in excitement before fainting.


At a seaside town, a girl ran across the pier and over to a fisherman, who had reeled in his most recent catch. "Did you hear the news?" she asked. "The Avatar's on Kyoshi!"

The fisherman dropped his basket in shock. "HUH?" he answered, obviously surprised.


On a small street in the town, the fisherman tells a merchant the news.

In front of his shop, the merchant sells fish to a man and tells him the same thing.


The man is Zuko's cook, and hands the cooked fish to the prince and Iroh. After Zuko placed the plate on the table, he stood up in anger. "The Avatar's on Kyoshi Island?" He stormed out of the room while speaking to Iroh. "Uncle, ready the rhinos. He's not getting away from me this time."

Iroh points at the fish. "Are you going to finish that?" he questioned.

"I was going to save it for later!" shouted Zuko, leaving the room with his meat. Iroh pouts at not getting to eat the fish.


Back at Kyoshi Island, everything is peaceful and quiet in the sunlight. Two villagers were cleaning the statue of Kyoshi.

Meanwhile, Appa is laying on his side, munching on fresh hay. Two more of the townsfolk were caring for him. One scrubs his fur and the other was buffing his horns. Appa grunts happily, clearly enjoying all the attention.

Inside a nearby house, Aang and Katara were seated in front of a long wooden table. The table was covered in eighteen different plates of food. A villager enters and places another plate on the table. Aang rose his arms up in the air happily. "All right! Dinner for breakfast!" he exclaimed. "These people sure know how to treat an Avatar!"

"Hey, don't get too comfortable," Katara reminded him. "It's risky for us to stay in one place for very long."

"I'm sure we'll be fine," he reassured. "Besides, did you see how happy I'm making this town? They're even refurbishing the statue in my honor!"

"Well, it's nice to see you excited about being the Avatar. I just hope it doesn't go to your head."

"Come on, you know me better than that. I'm just a simple monk." Aang then stood up and goes to the window. He looks down to see a crowd of girls. Aang's face then broke out in a large smile and he blushed.

"THBPBPTHPT!" That seemed to have come from Katara, who had just blown a raspberry at him.


An artist began to paint a picture of Aang sitting next to Koko, one of the young girls from the village. "Painting the Avatar... that's easy enough..." he mumbled. He put down his parchment for another look and there was now a second girl. "Oh... there's another one... I'll make an adjustment here, and..." When he put down the painting again, there were now four girls. "There's more...  what..." Now when he views it, it seems like every girl in the village is now there. The artist just got up and walked away. The girls then collapsed on top of Aang in a laughing pile. More things happened like this, much to Katara's annoyance. But she laughed when she heard Sokka was training under the Kyoshi Warriors now.

And now he had to wear the dress. "Do I really have to wear this?" he asked. "It seems a little... girly."

"It's a warrior's uniform. You should be proud," Suki replied. "The silk threads symbolizes the brave blood that flows through our veins. The gold insignia represents the honor of the warrior's heart."

Sokka stood proudly. "Bravery and honor," he recited.

Aang then peeked in. "Hey Sokka! Nice dress!" He then raced off as Suki smiled at Sokka's discomfort. "Now we need to do Kyoshi's Rite."


Sokka, Suki, the rest of the warriors, and Katara stood at the torii at the top of a hill outside the village. The torii had 教師 written on it. Aang was with them, as he sat down beneath the archway... and wearing the clothes of Kyoshi. One woman named Yin Xiang walked forward to speak. "By undergoing the rite of Kyoshi, you'll be one of the few men who have ever joined the Kyoshi Warriors. Suki may have deemed you worthy, but your feelings are the most important. The principles Avatar Kyoshi put above all others were self-worth and independence. Many people may think that she was the most bloodthirsty Avatar, but that is completely wrong. Now Sokka, do you consider yourself worthy?"

"I do," Sokka said.

"In that case, the spirit of Avatar Kyoshi herself shall now judge you." Aang began to meditate, and after a minute or so he was suddenly surrounded by a whirlwind. When it dissipated, there was Avatar Kyoshi herself, resplendent in her kimono.

"Your spirit captures the best qualities of mankind, and the very principles that I taught. I will gladly accept you as a pupil of mine, Sokka of the Southern Water Tribe." And with that, she disappeared, leaving Aang in her place.

Katara then noticed a ship in the bay. "Zuko!" she cried. "It's the Fire Nation! They're here!"

"Girls, get ready for battle," Suki told the Kyoshi Warriors.

"Hey, I'm not a... oh, whatever!" said Sokka.


The ship landed as the prow is let down. Zuko departed the ship on a komodo rhino, along with several other soldiers, who were also riding komodo rhinos. "I want the Avatar alive," he told them.

As they entered town, a green form rushed silently past them. Then the Kyoshi Warriors jumped Zuko's army, kicking soldiers off their rhinos. One used their fan to intercept a spear, then kicked another firebender off. Suki ran at Zuko, dodging flames. She then jumped at him, only to be swatted away by the tail of Zuko's rhino.

The prince then aimed a fire blast at her. But Sokka then stepped in between Suki and the fireball, deflecting it. Zuko, taken by surprise, falls off his rhino.

"I guess training's over," commented Sokka. He, Suki, and another warrior named Yong Gan cautiously approached the prone Zuko. Zuko spins around on his hands, shooting fire bolts out his feet at the warriors. He knocks them all to the ground and pulls himself to his feet. Zuko leaps to the middle of the street.

"Nice try, Avatar!" he called, "But these little girls can't save you."

"Hey! Over here!" Zuko turned to see Aang, holding his staff.

"Finally," whispered the prince. He then shot two fireballs at Aang, who dodged and used his staff like a helicopter to fly over to Zuko. But another fireball knocks the staff out of his hands. Aang then picked up two fans that were dropped in the chaos and used them to make a gale that knocked Zuko into the wall of a house, knocking him out.

Aang then flew above the village, looking over the burning town. He then saw Katara helping Suki inside. Landing, his expression was one of sorrow.

"Look what I brought to this place," he said.

"It's not your fault," Katara said back.

"Yes it is," countered Aang. "These people got their town destroyed trying to protect me."

"Then let's get out of here," Katara told him. "Zuko will leave Kyoshi and follow us. I know it feels wrong to run, but I think it's the only way."

He hung his head. "I'll call Appa."


The Kyoshi Warriors began to chase off more firebenders, as Sokka and Suki were behind a house. "There's no time to say goodbye," she said.

"What about, 'I'm sorry'?" Sokka asked.

"For what?" Suki said with curiosity.

"I treated you like a girl when I should have treated you like a warrior," Sokka answered.

Suki leaned towards Sokka. "I am a warrior," she began, kissing him on the cheek. "But I'm a girl, too." Sokka touched his hand to his cheek, his eyes wide with surprise, and he blushes. "Now get out of here! We'll hold them off." She then ran back into battle.

Sokka ran up Appa's tail. "Appa, yip yip!" Aang yelled. Appa grunted and flies out of town. Zuko saw them leaving.

"Back to the ship!" he commanded. "Don't lose sight of them!"


The three of them were above the bay now. "I know it's hard, but you did the right thing," reassured Katara. "Zuko would have destroyed the whole place if we stayed! They're gonna be OK." Aang then remembered something about the bay, then got a determined look on his face, grabbed his glider, and flew down to the water. "What are you doing?!" Katara called.

Aang got to the surface, took a deep breath, and went underwater. Katara and Sokka watched in horror as they looked at the ripples. Several seconds go by until... the Unagi burst out of the water, Aang riding on it. He has hold of both of the whiskers and forces the Unagi's head towards the burning village. The Avatar then pulled back on the whiskers and the Unagi spews water over the town. The stream continues long enough to put out all the fires... and Zuko and his soldiers got soaked.

The airbender then let go of the Unagi's whiskers, and the giant eel rears its head. Aang proceeded to jump into the air as Appa flew down.

Expecting a lecture from Katara, Aang said, "I know, I know. That was stupid and dangerous."

"Yes, it was," Katara replied. She then hugged Aang, whose face lit up in joy and surprise. They then flew off into the sunset, and all was calm and quiet.
AtLA: The BD89 version- Chapter 3
WHEW! That's probably the longest chapter I've ever written when writing fanfiction, at 2137 words! Just like I've said, I'm novelizing the show and adding my own revisions.

Next time: The Circus: Team Avatar goes to the circus, and a new character will join the team!

Language guide for this episode:
Fengshan: Fan
Yong Gan: Bravery
Yin Xiang: Speaker
Unagi: Eel
Kyoshi: Teacher

As for the kanji on the torii? 教師 means Kyoshi.

AtLA belongs to other awesome people. I OWN NOTHING
Book 1: Water
Chapter 2: The Journey Begins

Aang had only been on the ship for five minutes, but he was sick of it already. It was like a prison, which it seemed to be now. He wanted to see the sunrise and the ocean. His staff was taken away from him, and placed in Zuko's quarters.

He thought back to the villagers. Katara, who could teach him waterbending. Sokka, a skilled warrior. They probably wanted to leave the Southern Water Tribe. Suddenly, Aang was pulled into the dreamlike state he had been in after being freed. The same voice, the firm voice of a woman, came from every direction. The Avatar Spirit. Raava.

"Your actions are not leading this world to balance. Your actions caused Fire Lord Sozin to inflict genocide on the monks! Aang, you must begin your journey to master the four elements and battle the Fire Nation and Fire Lord Ozai to bring this world to peace," demanded Raava. "However, you cannot do that while imprisoned on this boat."

"The monks told me that violence is never the answer," said Aang. "So I won't harm the crew of this ship to escape."

"If that is the case, I must intervene." At that, Aang's eyes and tattoos glowed a searing white, and he fired a gust of wind at the door. Bursting out, he rocketed through the hallway, stopped by Zuko's quarters to grab the staff, and reached the deck. Zuko and some soldiers ran out as Aang bent the seawater onto the deck and around him in a circle. He releases it and it expands outward in a shockwave that blasts Zuko and his men overboard.

His body hovered in midair and was carried by Raava's power back to the village entrance. Immediately after that, Aang fell onto his knees, wobbling after Raava's "intervention". He falls forward, the white energy fading from him and his tattoos.

Aang awoke heavily dazed, remembering the events of Raava taking over and shuddering from the thought of how merciless she was. Recognizing that he was back in the village, Aang decided to get prepared. He opened his glider and flew north.

Appa flew downward, until his body landed in the village. A cloud of dust hung around Aang for about five seconds before it cleared up.

"Aang's back!" called a child.

Katara and Sokka ran out, before noticing the camelephant in the room. "What is that thing?" asked Sokka.

"This is Appa, my flying bison," Aang replied. "The nomads and monks used them as mounts 100 years ago."

"Right. And this is Katara, my flying sister," Sokka deadpanned. Appa is about to reply, but doesn't as he begins to sneeze. Aang ducks in time as the bison sneezed all over Sokka."Ewww! Aahh!!" Sokka then tried to get rid of it by rolling around in the snow.

"How did you escape?" asked Katara. "And how did Appa survive?"

"Well... the Avatar Spirit decided to intervene, so she took over my body and busted me out," Aang explained. "As for your second question... there was a lot of barren and partly eaten plants when I found him... Maybe the Fire Nation just didn't bother to kill a few bison?"

"Welp, I think I've got midnight sun madness," Sokka said.

Katara asked Aang something. "Why didn't you tell us you were the Avatar? I mean, we heard that from that firebender, but not you."

"Because... I never wanted to be," Aang replied.

"But Aang, the world's been waiting for the Avatar to return and put an end to the war," Katara said back.

Aang looked down sadly. "And how am I going to do that?"

All Katara knew about the Avatar was when Gran-Gran had picked up a drum one long night and chanted an ancient story about Avatar Kuruk. "Well, Gran-Gran's story about the Avatar said you have to master all four elements. Being an airbender, you should learn waterbending next, right?" she asked. Aang nodded. "Well... I also need to improve my own waterbending. Because I'm the last one left in the south."

"Are there still waterbenders in the Northern Water Tribe?" Aang asked.

"There are," replied Sokka. "My dad told me about it before he left to fight in the war."

"Then it's settled," Aang said. "We can take Appa up to the Northern Water Tribe." Aang proceeded to airbend himself onto Appa's head. "Well, you want a ride?"

Katara got on Appa, as Sokka stayed there. "Oh no... I am not getting on that fluffy snot monster," he said angrily.

"Are you hoping some other monster will come along and give you a ride home? You know... before you freeze to death?" Katara deadpanned.

Sokka starts to say something and gives up before he does. He climbed on, a grumpy look on his face.

"OK. First time flyers, hold on tight!" Aang told them. "Appa, yip yip!"

Aang shakes the reigns and Appa makes a low rumble. The bison flaps his tail and launches into the air. As they flew above the south seas, the Avatar took out a scroll. "All right, but before I learn waterbending, we have some serious business to attend to." He then airbended himself over them and opened the scroll to reveal a map. Then he pointed at some spots. "Here, here, and here."

"What's there?" asked Katara.

"Here we'll ride the hopping llamas," Aang answered as he pointed to the eastern Earth Kingdom. "Then waaaay over here we'll surf on the back of giant koi fish." He pointed to an island near the Air Nomad islands. Then he pointed to an area in the northern Earth Kingdom. "Then over here we'll ride the hog monkeys. They don't like people riding them, but that's what makes them fun!"

Appa flew through the clouds and into the sunset...


Back on the ship, Zuko and the soldiers had climbed back on. One firebender had come down with a bad cold, so a medic was attending to him.

"Good news for the Fire Lord," Iroh commented as he looked at the flooded deck, "the nation's greatest threat is just a little kid."

"That kid, Uncle, flooded the deck," Zuko snapped. "I won't underestimate him again. Begin to follow the Avatar!"
AtLA: The BD89 version- Chapter 2
Here's the second chapter.

Now I'll explain the differences. This is technically a novelization of AtLA, but there are major revisions, hence "the BD89 version". Like connections to Legend of Korra, looks into cultures, and going into things that were glossed over in the show.

AtLA belongs to awesome people that are not me.

Next time: The Island of Kyoshi
Book 1: Water
Chapter 1: The Frozen Child

In the southern seas, a tiger seal dives into the ocean. Looking around, it tries to find a meal. The pinniped then spots a school of fish, and bolts towards them. The school was almost to the seal's mouth when... it rose.

On the surface, a canoe floated lazily across the water as a bubble filled with the fish floated into the boat. The bubble dispersed, dropping the fish into the bucket. "I caught one, Sokka!"

A girl then lowers her arms, and she turns, seeing the glare of her brother. "Katara," Sokka says with exasperation in his voice, "using your magic water is what we call cheating."

Katara sighed. "It's not magic, it's waterbending, and it's-"

"'An ancient art unique to our culture.' You think I'd have memorized your little speech by now." Suddenly, the boat is bumped, and they look up to see that they've entered an area packed with ice floes. Beginning to work frantically, the two try to maneuver the canoe between the icebergs.


"Watch out! Go left, go left!" Katara yelled. The canoe continues to thread its way through the floes, and icebergs collide all around them. Each time they manage to avoid getting crushed between the colliding blocks, but their safety margins decrease rapidly each time. Finally, the canoe is crushed when three icebergs collide at once. Gripping onto the side to avoid sliding into a watery grave. But the waves calm down.

Thanking the spirits for not killing them, they both sit down. "You call that left?!" Katara snapped.

"You don't like my steering," Sokka deadpanned. "Well, maybe you should have waterbended us out of the ice."

"So it's my fault?" Katara asked angrily, standing up.

"I knew I should have left you at home. Leave it to a girl to screw things up."

That did it. The waterbender's anger boiled over, and she pointed at her brother. "You are the most sexist, immature, nut brained..." As she gets more excited, the ice floe on which they are sitting on begins to heave. A huge iceberg behind Katara begins to crack. "Ugh, I'm embarrassed to be related to you! Ever since Mom died, I've been doing all the work around camp while you've been off playing soldier!"

Sokka noticed the cracking iceberg. "Uh... Katara?"

"I even wash all the clothes! Have you ever smelled your dirty socks?! Let me tell you, NOT PLEASANT!"

"Katara! Settle down!" cried Sokka.

"No, that's it. I'm done helping you. From now on, you're on your own!"

As she finishes her rant, the iceberg behind her splits open entirely. It disintegrates and the major pieces fall into the water, pushing their iceberg away. They hold on desperately until the iceberg settles.

Suddenly, the water just in front of them begins to blow an incandescent blue. They move backwards on their raft as another, lighter colored iceberg breaks the surface. As the new iceberg settles, Katara used waterbending to propel the floe towards it to get a better look. Deep in the ice, a boy in a meditation pose was frozen solid. He has white arrows on his fists and on his bald head. Suddenly, his eyes glow and his arrow markings glow white.

"Don't worry, I'll get you out!" Katara called to him. She then grabbed Sokka's whale-bone club, pulls down her hood and begins whacking the ice.

"Katara! Get back here! We don't know what that thing is!" Sokka yelled. Ignoring him, his sister continues to hit the ice. After a few big whacks, she cracks open the ice. It looks like air is released, as if the iceberg had a hollow chamber within it. The iceberg then cracked from top to bottom and explodes open. A beam of white-blue light shoots straight into the sky. Tiger seals roared at the phenomenon.


On an iron-hulled battleship, a young man dressed in red looked at the beam shooting into the sky. "Uncle!" he called.

The boy's uncle came onto the deck and looked at the beam. "It seems that perhaps the southern spirit portal was opened..."

"Which means the Avatar is there." The boy then turned to the helmsman. "Lieutenant Jee! Set course for the Southern Water Tribe!"


In Aang's mind, a stern feminine voice echoes throughout it. "The Fire Nation have caused spiritual imbalance, Aang... and then they invaded the Earth Kingdom. This planet has been plunged into nearly a hundred years of war. Even now, Vaatu gains more power!"

"You are unable to hide from your fate now. Your duty, as said by your past life Wan, is to use my light spirit to guide this world to peace and balance. You may have been unconscious for an entire century, but I was forced to watch as Vaatu's influence spread across the world. If this war is still raging when Harmonic Convergence comes, ten thousand years of darkness is inevitable!"

Aang drifted back into consciousness. A girl, probably a year or two older than him, was standing over him. She turned to the entrance of the hut they were in and called, "Sokka, he's awake."

"Good to know," remarked Sokka as he entered the hut. He handed Aang a cup of tea, and stated, "Now, we don't need your life story, but we'd like to know your name."

"I'm A... aaaahhhh... ahhhhhh... AAAAAAAACHOOOOO!" Aang sneezed, bonking his head on the ceiling. "I'm Aang."

"You just sneezed... and flew ten feet in the air," Sokka commented.

"You're an airbender!" Katara exclaimed.

Immediately, the door to the hut opened as a crowd peeked in.

"Aang, that would be the entire village," Katara said. "Entire village, meet Aang."

An old woman then entered. This was Kanna. "Well, no one has seen an airbender in 100 years. We thought they were extinct until my grandchildren found you," she said.

"'Extinct'?" Aang asked.

"Aang, this is my grandmother," said Katara.

"Call me Gran-Gran," Kanna added. Aang then looked out one of the windows and saw... an otter penguin.

"PENGUIN!" he yelled.

"What's so great about that?" Sokka asked. "It's just an ordinary penguin." But the penguin, aware that it's been sighted, begins to waddle away. Sokka then noticed something in the distance and whispered to Katara.

"Wait, come-"

"Aang, get back inside!" called Katara. "A Fire Nation ship's coming this way!"


The waves pushed against the side of the iron warship. Iroh looked up at the spirit lights. "Zuko, see the spirits dancing in the sky?" he asked his nephew.

Zuko ignored him as the ship reached the shore. He put on his armor and walked down the gangplank stairs and into the village, followed by his troops. Immediately, Sokka charged towards the prince with an adolescent war cry. As he ran up the steps, Zuko casually and expertly kicked his weapon out of his hand and kicked him in the face, sending him sprawling on the ice to the right of the plank.

The villagers draw back in fright and the ease with which their only warrior has been dispatched by the invaders. Zuko then walked forward to address the village, looks over the crowd, and walks over to Katara and Kanna.

"Where are you hiding him?" he demanded, looking around the crowd. He then grabbed Kanna. "He should be about this age? Master of all elements?" Again no one responds. After a brief pause, he throws Kanna back to Katara. With a cry of frustration he launches a stream of fire over the heads of the villagers. "I know you're hiding him!"

Behind Zuko, Sokka attempts to charge at him again, but to no avail. Instead, Sokka throws Boomerang, but the prince dodges again. He kept on trying to charge, but still ended in failure... until Zuko was bonked on the back of the head by Boomerang. In rage, Zuko creates fire out of his hands as he hovers menacingly over Sokka.

Just then, a hut door bursts open, and Aang flies right under Zuko, sweeping his legs out from underneath him. The prince lands face down, and the helmet lands on his butt in a most suggestive manner.

"Hey Katara and Sokka, what's going on?" Aang innocently asked.

"Hi... Aang," Sokka said dryly. "Thanks for coming."

Aang looks over at the firebenders. Zuko gets on his feet as his men close in on the boy, but the airbender blasts them back with a wave of wind. He blasts Zuko as well, but he holds his ground, shielding his face from the current. "Looking for me?" he asked.

"You're the airbender? You're the Avatar?" Zuko answered.

"Aang?" Katara said.

"No way," Sokka added.

The two stood in opposition of each other.

"I've spent years preparing for this encounter. Training. Meditating. You're just a child!" yelled Zuko.

"Well, you're just a teenager," Aang replied.

Zuko then fired fireballs at Aang, who cries out in fear. The airbender dissipates each blast as it strikes by twirling his staff in front of him like a helicopter blade. The dissipation doesn't stop the fire from reaching the villagers, though, and they cry out. Aang looks behind to them. I can't protect them all, he thought, then laid down his staff.

"If I go with you, will you promise to leave everyone alone?"

Zuko straightened up, and nodded stiffly. As a soldier took Aang's staff and lead him to the ship, Katara rushed forward.

"No, Aang! Don't do this!" she yelled.

"Don't worry, Katara, it'll be OK," reassured Aang.

As they got on the ship, leaving the village behind, Zuko gave his orders: "Heada course to the Fire Nation. I'm going home."
AtLA- The BD89 version- Chapter 1
Welp, here we go! My rendition of Avatar: The Last Airbender!

There'll be a lot of differences, but they'll show up more later.

As for the concept? This is if AtLA had connections established from LoK. That means things like dark spirits, locations, and even characters will make an appearance.

AtLA is owned by awesome people that are not me.
Eh... I blame Wing. But anyway, original stories. This is kinda based on Persona 3.

Summary: When Korra discovers that she can bend the elements, a school club accepts her in. But there seems to be more going on...

Main characters/Element Club
A school club that solves mysteries and defeats monsters. They all have obtained the ability to bend.

Shining Armor (MLP; Humanized): A fencer that can waterbend. He founded the Element Club. He later gains the ability to transmogrify into a pony.
Arcana: Sun

Korra (The Legend of Korra): The Avatar, who contains the light spirit Raava and can bend all four elements. 
Arcana: Fool

Ideas needed

Other students

Ideas needed


Ideas needed


Ideas needed


Ideas needed
  • Mood: Excited
  • Watching: Legend of Korra
  • Playing: Link Between Worlds
Eh... I blame Wing. But anyway, original stories. This is kinda based on Persona 3.

Summary: When Korra discovers that she can bend the elements, a school club accepts her in. But there seems to be more going on...

Main characters/Element Club
A school club that solves mysteries and defeats monsters. They all have obtained the ability to bend.

Shining Armor (MLP; Humanized): A fencer that can waterbend. He founded the Element Club. He later gains the ability to transmogrify into a pony.
Arcana: Sun

Korra (The Legend of Korra): The Avatar, who contains the light spirit Raava and can bend all four elements. 
Arcana: Fool

Ideas needed

Other students

Ideas needed


Ideas needed


Ideas needed


Ideas needed
  • Mood: Excited
  • Watching: Legend of Korra
  • Playing: Link Between Worlds


Artist | Student | Varied
United States
Hi, I'm BrightDark89, but you can call me Dark. I'm social but shy. And I like My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic, Zelda, Avatar: The Last Airbender, Legend of Korra, Disney, Pokemon, Persona, and writing!

In the Derpibooru Community, I RP as an insane AU version of Soarin. Who likes purple ponies.

Awesome people: :iconangelthewingedcat:, :iconalexwarlorn:, :iconbpskotch:, :iconinovationhtf:, :icon17chaos:, :icondinodude0091:, :iconbalddumborat:, :iconphilsterman:, :icondragonprince18:, :iconvalkyrieknightx7:, and :iconkendell2:
Friends from DB: :iconferalroku:, :icontester610:, :iconimafox:, :iconc0tt0ntales:, :icon0particle:

Favorite ships: Soarin X Twilight Sparkle, Fluttershy X Flash Sentry, Aang X Katara, Korra X Bolin
Favourite style of art: Pony-style or my own style.
Skin of choice: …
Favourite cartoon character: Twilight Sparkle, Sokka, Korra, Tetra, Ryoji, Susano
Favorite Pokemon: Hydreigon, Blaziken, Dragonair, Lucario, Umbreon, and Aurorus

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hi there.
BrightDark89 Featured By Owner May 4, 2012  Student General Artist
Dragonprince18 Featured By Owner May 5, 2012
how are you doing?
drakathownz Featured By Owner Apr 24, 2012  Student Interface Designer
Thanks for the fave!!!
BrightDark89 Featured By Owner Apr 24, 2012  Student General Artist
You're welcome. :icondashsaluteplz:
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