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Avatar: The Last Airbender | Netflix live-action series synopsis revealed

Fans of Avatar: The Last Airbender: Book 3 – 100% continue to be aware of all the details that may arise from the live-action that is being developed by Netflix and a very interesting one has recently been released. Through Hollywood North Buzz (via Comic Book), the presumed synopsis of the new project is revealed and allows us to know in depth what we will see in the series. It seems that the studio intends to stick with the original material created by Michael Dante DiMartino and Bryan Konietzko, but not quite.

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When Netflix announced some time ago a live-action for Avatar, the fans didn’t know how to react. The animated series is memorable enough to make a new project that expands its story, however, Netflix’s plans have not been retracted and the studio is still working on its idea, although it will be without the help of the original creators. In the middle of last year, DiMartino Y Konietzko They announced their departure from the series due to creative differences with the company, and that what we see on screen will not be what they thought for the adaptation.

Hollywood North Buzz does not bode well for the series because, according to its sources, Netflix intends to change the history of Aang, Katara, Sokka and Zuko, perhaps they want to reinvent it completely. Although there is nothing confirmed, the medium maintains that the last airbender will not have the origins that we know, but will be a child adopted at birth and something misfit, something very different from the upbringing and personality of the animated version. More or less we can imagine how things will be for the other protagonists.

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The portal also shared an overview of the series and roughly it sticks well to the general idea of Avatar: The Last AirbenderHowever, it is probably in the minor details that we see the biggest differences, will they be enough to upset the fans of the animated series? The live-action series does not yet have a release date but it is presumed that the filming will begin in mid-November in Canada and will take several months. Here’s the synopsis shared by Hollywood North Buzz, do you notice any interesting details not explicitly narrated in the animation?

The Last Airbender takes place in a fantasy world, home to humans, fantastic animals, and supernatural spirits. Human civilization is divided into three pre-industrialized nations, the Water Tribes, the Earth Kingdom, and the Air Nomads, and an industrialized nation, the Fire Nation, capable of manufacturing various types of machines. Within each nation, an order of men and women called “Benders” have the ability to manipulate their native element.

These arts combine a certain style of martial arts and elemental mysticism. The types of Control are Waterbending, Earthbending, Firebending, and Airbending. In each generation, a person is capable of mastering the four elements; this is the Avatar, the spirit of the planet manifested in human form. When the Avatar dies, he is reincarnated into an unborn baby native to the next nation in the Avatar Cycle, which parallels the seasons: winter for water, spring for earth, summer for fire, and autumn for air.

While legend holds that the Avatar must master the elements in order, beginning with his native element, this can sometimes be compromised when the situation calls for it. Learning to master the opposing element of one’s native element is extremely difficult because the opposing arts are based on opposing fighting styles and doctrines.

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