What If…Avatar Aang went to Skyrim?

What if Avatar Aang went to Skyrim

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What if Avatar Aang went to Skyrim (Elder Scrolls)?

The Fire nation never found the avatar and the world was conquered and all that great stuff. After a bajillion years or so the spirits began devouring each other and became the Aedra and Deadra. After this the elder scroll series happened.
Aang awakes in the lake in Leawin and runs north towards Skyrim.
Due to Aangs nature as spirit bridge he is able to absorb a dragon soul and can travel to Oblivion.

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45 Comments on "What If…Avatar Aang went to Skyrim?"

  1. Numinous One April 26, 2015 at 3:05 am -      #1

    So… start of series Aang gets dropped in Skyrim?
    Poor kid.
    His air bending would be a good parlour trick I suppose. Against a genuine threat? Naw.

  2. Limbo Lowk April 26, 2015 at 3:17 am -      #2

    Then everything changed when the Thalmor attacked.

    Aang’sThu’um would be ridiculous, just look at the range he can get with a whistle
    vignette3.wikia.nocookie.net/powerlisting/images/d/df/Sound_Bending.png/revision/latest?cb=20140111001037
    Now imagine that in unrelenting shout form
    www.youtube.com/watch?v=fqzxCzDZO9c
    ^It’d probably look something like that only a bit bigger.

  3. TheSorrow April 26, 2015 at 3:37 am -      #3

    Aang’s regular Air Bending skills are far more impressive than Unrelenting Force, in terms of scale and variability.

  4. Limbo Lowk April 26, 2015 at 3:57 am -      #4

    “His air bending would be a good parlour trick I suppose. Against a genuine threat? Naw.”

    His airbending was strong slice wooden sand sailing boats in half, break machinery apart, and blast through boulders, and divert explosions; all while being more mobile then most people in either setting.
    What kind of “genuine threat” are we talking about?

  5. Limbo Lowk April 26, 2015 at 4:05 am -      #5

    “Aang’s regular Air Bending skills are far more impressive than Unrelenting Force, in terms of scale and variability.”

    Yeah but mixed together his bending would be able to amping the shout. It’d be a good way of quick/large scale attacks without resorting to avatar state. He probably won’t be getting any other bending styles unless he gets the training from his past lives. That or learn magic.

  6. TheSorrow April 26, 2015 at 4:05 am -      #6

    His air bending has enough power to blow back explosions and cool molten lava, I assure you it’s nothing to scoff at.

  7. Numinous One April 26, 2015 at 4:10 am -      #7

    “What kind of “genuine threat” are we talking about?”

    Any competent mage and dragons given the setting.
    Hell, even some “kind stranger of the wilderness” stabbing him in the back.

    This is Aang at his most inexperienced and naive period, thrown into a world where nothing exists from his time.
    He’s up shit creek without a paddle.
    He’d need to devote his time purely to training all the while familiarizing himself with this new world.

    Personally I see him being hired out to someone, airbending would be useful to have around, and he needs to earn an income in order to live.
    Be way out of character for him to go around stealing everyday.

  8. TheSorrow April 26, 2015 at 4:10 am -      #8

    Yeah but mixed together his bending would be able to amping the shout.

    Would it mix though? I assumed they would be two separate abilities. I mean the shouts like Whirlwind Sprint would just be redundant at a certain point.

    It’d be a good way of quick/large scale attacks without resorting to avatar state.

    If we are talking about the other shouts, then I have no doubt believing that. Unrelenting Force on the other hand seemed to limited a narrow to be up to par with the rest of his abilities.

    That or learn magic.

    The destructive magic, like certain shouts, would be a big downgrade in my opinion. But he certainly could find use in the other areas of magic.

  9. TheSorrow April 26, 2015 at 4:16 am -      #9

    Any competent mage and dragons given the setting.

    The attacks most mages use aren’t nearly threatening as the kind of benders Aang has gone up against in the past.

    This is Aang at his most inexperienced and naive period, thrown into a world where nothing exists from his time.

    No one ever specified the incarnation we are using. We could very well be using the adult-version of Aang.

  10. Numinous One April 26, 2015 at 4:19 am -      #10

    The Fire nation never found the avatar and the world was conquered and all that great stuff. After a bajillion years or so the spirits began devouring each other and became the Aedra and Deadra. After this the elder scroll series happened.
    Aang awakes in the lake in Leawin and runs north towards Skyrim

    Seemed pretty clear cut to me, the only time the fire nation was searching for the Avatar when he was asleep was during his century long nap in ice.

    Also if it was adult Aang, the fire nation never would have conquered the world.

  11. TheSorrow April 26, 2015 at 4:23 am -      #11

    Meh, regardless, I don’t see how you can blow off his air-bending skills, even at his age, he was far above most expert benders.

  12. Limbo Lowk April 26, 2015 at 4:26 am -      #12

    “Any competent mage and dragons given the setting.
    Hell, even some “kind stranger of the wilderness” stabbing him in the back.”

    Literal stabbing in the back might be hard. Considering one of the reason shaved airbender head is a good thing.
    A metaphorical one would have to be pretty decent since he should be capable of blasting through a good bit of traps you generally encounter.
    ===
    “Any competent mage and dragons given the setting.”

    Dragon maybe would definitly be some trouble but how many competent mages do you know of who are as fast enough to actually catch let alone tag someone as mobile as Aang? Meanwhile how many of them can block the hits he is capable of dishing out?
    ===
    “Be way out of character for him to go around stealing everyday.”

    So basically the opposite of me starting any elder scrolls game.
    Speaking on his character, what would Aang do? I know he like adventure but I doubt fighter guild would do. Magic guilds seem like a likely thing he’d go for. Maybe he’ll take a job delivering messages for some quick coin. He has superspeed and can fly so that’d come in handy. Actually Aang can skip pretty much a majority of problems by flying everywhere.

  13. Numinous One April 26, 2015 at 4:33 am -      #13

    “Dragon maybe would definitly be some trouble but how many competent mages do you know of who are as fast enough to actually catch let alone tag someone as mobile as Aang.”

    I don’t recall Aang having the reflexes to evade lightning? I know Iroh did once.

    If he learns how to get in contact with past Avatars he could probably learn bending from them.
    Admittedly that would take time, but can you imagine how much time earthbending would save when it comes to preparing fields for crops?
    Plow their fields in 30seconds, get a free meal and bed, continue travelling.

    “Actually Aang can skip pretty much a majority of problems by flying everywhere.”

    Except for the big flying problems that see a meal flying in their territory.

  14. TheSorrow April 26, 2015 at 4:37 am -      #14

    I don’t recall Aang having the reflexes to evade lightning?

    Nor do I recall any of the mages having the reflexes to keep up with Aang. They still have to hit him before that matters and the lightning they use doesn’t track.

  15. Numinous One April 26, 2015 at 4:44 am -      #15

    “They still have to hit him before that matters and the lightning they use doesn’t track.”

    It wouldn’t need to track, as soon as he goes to use any half decent airbending, which requires him to be in one location while he performs it.
    It would be gesture, lightning, dead.
    Also illusions.

    Though this isn’t a vs, so he’d be much better off sticking to the peaceful stuff and avoiding conflict as best he can, at least until he has more experience.

  16. TheSorrow April 26, 2015 at 4:47 am -      #16

    It wouldn’t need to track, as soon as he goes to use any half decent airbending, which requires him to be in one location while he performs it.

    Since when?

    Also illusions.

    Your point being what exactly?

  17. Numinous One April 26, 2015 at 4:55 am -      #17

    “Since when?”

    Since it’s based on martial arts and for every decent technique they need to spend at least a second performing the motions to execute it.

    “Your point being what exactly?”

    How would he fare against invisible opponents? Opponents that can render him docile enough to not respond?

    I do admit the force of his airbending would shatterbones upon them impacting a tree or rock, but as I said, any competent mage would pose problems.
    Not the “hurr fireball” types.

  18. Limbo Lowk April 26, 2015 at 5:29 am -      #18

    “Since it’s based on martial arts and for every decent technique they need to spend at least a second performing the motions to execute it.”

    Only sustained and large scale bending does the stay in one place thing. Aang attacks and even some of his defenses can come in the form of a punch, kick, or slashing at the air with his staff. Hell he can create a tornado by running around or hand. Now add on to the fact that he can even incorporate these motions in his evasive maneuvers like most fight involving bender tends to do.
    Airbending style is pretty good at staying on the move. Good luck trying to cast a spell reliably at a kid who can make you go flying while he’s dodging your aim.
    ===
    “How would he fare against invisible opponents?”

    They can feel the disturbances in the wind or something like that according to LoK. One of the new airbenders dodges an attack from behind because of it.
    ===
    “I do admit the force of his airbending would shatterbones upon them impacting a tree or rock”

    Considering how he pretty much blows up the sandbenders ships I say you have to worry about internal damage long before you hit something.
    ===
    “Opponents that can render him docile enough to not respond?”

    Move out of the way of the slow moving projectile and or avoid getting hit?

  19. Friendlysociopath April 26, 2015 at 9:51 am -      #19

    Move out of the way of the slow moving projectile and or avoid getting hit?

    Not every spell has a projectile you know.

    Never actually watched Avatar- but wouldn’t Aang be virtually friendless in an alien world that he has no idea where he is or what to do?
    He wouldn’t be able to learn how to bend other elements without the teachers.

    I feel like Sheogorath would have a laugh and keep an eye on him just for the lols.

  20. Epicazeroth April 26, 2015 at 1:51 pm -      #20

    Aren’t there like, less than 100 “competent” mages alive at the time of Skyrim? The Psijics are in hiding; the Tribunal is dead; the Altmer are going through their ultra-fascist phase; and Morrowind has basically gone to shit. That leaves one or two in the College; any powerful Imperial Mages; and possibly some of the older Great House wizards.

    Wouldn’t Aang be the equivalent of the Nerevarine or Wulfharth, but with no experience? Hell, he might not even be able to learn anything more than the most basic Bending techniques unless he can find someone exceptionally wise to help him access the Avatar State.

    Basically, the way I see it, without any guidance, Aang is screwed. The Thalmor would eliminate him, the Great Houses have their own problems, and basically nobody else is qualified to try to teach him. My guess is, unless the Psijics decide to take him in, somebody is going to stab him.
    =
    Actually… The OP says the Spirits “devoured” each other. Would there even be any previous Avatars for him to contact? Would Raava still be around?

  21. Envoy April 26, 2015 at 3:27 pm -      #21

    “Would Raava still be around?”
    +
    Raava is physically inside of him.

  22. pimpmage April 26, 2015 at 3:52 pm -      #22

    Almost every city in skyrim has court mages. You come across necromancers and mages in the wild all the time. They are not that rare. Also, aren’t the thalmore a race of powerful mages? In oblivion and morrowind, their race excelled in every form of magic almost exclusively.
    Edit:
    Did admin request this match? His name is Paul right?

  23. Ragnorke April 26, 2015 at 4:04 pm -      #23

    “Nor do I recall any of the mages having the reflexes to keep up with Aang. They still have to hit him before that matters and the lightning they use doesn’t track.”

    The thing is, not every mage is going to “introduce” themselves to Aang before blasting him with Lightning.
    Sure Aang has the odds in his favor against ONE mage. Maybe even a couple.

    But many of those mages are bandits, and most of them know lightning spells.

    They may not have the reflexes to keep up with Aang, but Aang doesn’t have the speed to keep up with their spells either.

    “Your point being what exactly?”

    Illusion spells such as Invisibility & Fear would be very useful against Aang.
    There’s also spells like Silence & Demoralize, which can’t be used in Skyrim, but they still exist in the setting.

    Alteration spells like Detect Life & Paralyze might help too.

  24. Limbo Lowk April 26, 2015 at 4:33 pm -      #24

    “Not every spell has a projectile you know.”

    I know but a lot of them are. What other form besides the projectiles and the touch versions are their? That is all I ever remember from morrowind to skyrim.
    ===
    “Never actually watched Avatar- but wouldn’t Aang be virtually friendless in an alien world that he has no idea where he is or what to do?”

    Aang is a pretty nice kid. He makes friends pretty easily. I mean I can you resist wanting to be friends with this kid
    www.youtube.com/watch?v=uAKkRtSnOoQ

    lol even after the ordeal of the the series he still the same kid on the inside by adulthood.
    fc00.deviantart.net/fs70/f/2014/285/d/d/legend_of_korra_demotivational_older_aang_by_xxcelestialwolfxx-d82ndl7.jpg
    ===
    I think Aang could do fine surviving in the world he’ll just grow a little harder without someone like his gang. The kid has to make some tough choices in the series so we know the capacity is there it’s just take less time growing because the world is a tad bit more harsh.
    ===
    “Except for the big flying problems that see a meal flying in their territory.”

    Who don’t exactly dot the sky. He see a dragon he runs at superspeed on the ground. Doesn’t see a dragon he flies. And Aang should be capable of taking on the lesser dragons. Auldin would be a problem though.
    ===
    “The Thalmor would eliminate him”

    I don’t even think the Thalmor could keep up to him.
    ===
    “and basically nobody else is qualified to try to teach him.”

    The greybeards considering the whole dragon souls thing. Paarthy as well. They could probably help with the basic magic stuff if he asked. Plus it’ll be a little like home what with them being monks and all.

  25. Limbo Lowk April 26, 2015 at 5:05 pm -      #25

    “The thing is, not every mage is going to “introduce” themselves to Aang before blasting him with Lightning.”

    It does help that he comes from a world where people blast out stuff from thier hands is normal. So it isn’t really going to take him by two much surprise when someone gestures towards him.
    Not to mention mages tend to have a dress code that gives the away.
    ===
    “Illusion spells such as Invisibility & Fear would be very useful against Aang.”

    As I noted Daw a relatively new airbender could feel the air around him change to dodge and counter an attack he didn’t see coming so invisibility wouldn’t be as useful. Fear is to an Avatar what anger is to Hulk. Unless you want to possibly trigger full avatar state and nuking the area, that probably isn’t a good idea.
    ===
    “There’s also spells like Silence & Demoralize”

    Would Silence work?
    And Demoralize is probably the best weapon to use against Aang.
    However as noted isn’t really a type of spell normally found in skyrim.
    ===
    Seriously though, kid is quick. Pretty much most of his troubles can be avoided with an application of getting the fuck out of there.

  26. Epicazeroth April 26, 2015 at 10:51 pm -      #26

    @pimp: “Almost every city in skyrim has court mages.”
    They’re not all that competent, though. Many are just enchanters.

    “You come across necromancers and mages in the wild all the time.”
    Random assholes on the side of the road tend to not be that impressive.

    “Also, aren’t the thalmore a race of powerful mages?”
    Yeah. But they’re isolationist right now. They’re conquering the world, but nobody gets into the Isles.

    Yes, admin’s name is Paul.
    ===
    @Lowk: “Aang is a pretty nice kid. He makes friends pretty easily.”
    Tamriel is a pretty shitty place. If you’ll notice, there are no nice guys in Skyrim.

    “The greybeards considering the whole dragon souls thing.”
    They can help with Shouts, and only Shouts. Plus, you know, they can’t speak.

    “Not to mention mages tend to have a dress code that gives the away.”
    Like half of everyone wears robes in Avatar.

    “As I noted Daw a relatively new airbender could feel the air around him change”
    Which one?

    “Unless you want to possibly trigger full avatar state”
    But… aren’t the past Avatars in the Spirit World? Which is destroyed in the OP?

    “However as noted isn’t really a type of spell normally found in skyrim.”
    He wakes up in Cyrodiil (somehow).

  27. Limbo Lowk April 26, 2015 at 11:22 pm -      #27

    “Tamriel is a pretty shitty place. If you’ll notice, there are no nice guys in Skyrim.”

    The alteration teacher in winterhold is a pretty cool guy. Also Darkeetus.
    ===
    “Like half of everyone wears robes in Avatar.”

    No hood though. Mages gotta have their hoods.
    ===
    “Which one?”

    Daw, his name is Daw,
    ===
    “But… aren’t the past Avatars in the Spirit World?”

    Are they? I always thought they were kind of an extension of the avatar. As long as one is around connected to Raava they existed.
    Sort of like she’s the save memory and only delete her do you get rid everything else.
    ===
    “They can help with Shouts, and only Shouts. Plus, you know, they can’t speak.”

    Arngeir is capable of speaking.
    And just becasue that is all they can teach him doesn’t mean that is all they can tell him.

  28. Ragnorke April 27, 2015 at 12:11 am -      #28

    @Lowk
    “It does help that he comes from a world where people blast out stuff from thier hands is normal.”

    Is lightning actually normal in the Avatar-verse though? Specially back when Aang was a kid? (haven’t seen the show, genuine question)
    Or how about all the Alteration or Illusion spells? I don’t think he’d have any experience with that.

    “So it isn’t really going to take him by two much surprise when someone gestures towards him.”

    They don’t have to be in his direct line of sight to gesture towards him…
    Skyrim is quite populated for its size imo, bandits are all around and etc.

    “Not to mention mages tend to have a dress code that gives the away.”

    Aang seems like too kind of a person to judge people or be weary of them solely based on the fact that they’re wearing a robe.
    Not to mention most Bandit mages are dressed like regular bandits.

    ” Fear is to an Avatar what anger is to Hulk. ”

    Was just throwing out some examples. Alteration magic can be used for a lot of different mind manipulation tricks.
    Infact, i’m certain there’s full blown mind control somewhere in Skyrims setting.

    “Would Silence work?”

    Is the Avatars power elementally compatible to Magicka?

    “Seriously though, kid is quick. Pretty much most of his troubles can be avoided with an application of getting the fuck out of there.”

    Dragons have the Tempest Rush shout, which is pretty fast.

    “No hood though. Mages gotta have their hoods.”

    Dragonborn don’t need no hood.
    Have you ever seen a concept art or trailer of Dragonborn wearing a hood? No, caus hood’s are for pussy mages.

    @Epic
    “Tamriel is a pretty shitty place. If you’ll notice, there are no nice guys in Skyrim.”

    Funnily enough, 99% of the females are pretty friendly.

    “He wakes up in Cyrodiil (somehow).”

    Oh, i thought this was just Skyrim (which is relatively weak in magic, both gameplay wise & lore wise)
    If Cyrodiil is included, meaning Magic from Oblivion, Aang’s pretty fucked.

  29. Ragnorke April 27, 2015 at 12:14 am -      #29

    And doesn’t AT LEAST one mage in Skyrim have time stop?
    Which was used in the magic school storyline?

    Also:
    “After a bajillion years or so the spirits began devouring each other and became the Aedra and Deadra. After this the elder scroll series happened.”

    This can be pretty damn complicated to make sense of, considering how trippy Aedra backstory can get.

    TESO no longer has a subscription btw! Just a one time buy.
    Anyone here thinking of getting into it?
    The only think that stopped me from playing after beta testing was the subscription model, so i’m probably going to give it a shot.

  30. Limbo Lowk April 27, 2015 at 1:02 am -      #30

    “Is the Avatars power elementally compatible to Magicka?”

    Avatar uses their chi.
    I’m still not sure what magic is or how it works in ES. All I really know is that the sun isn’t really the sun and it beams down magic or something like that.
    ===
    “And doesn’t AT LEAST one mage in Skyrim have time stop?
    Which was used in the magic school storyline?”

    Actually wouldn’t most people who study magic(like the order that gy belongs to be interested in Aang).. If not for the bending, the avatar power itself.
    That could probably lead to some understanding if he makes it to a college or a guild.
    ===
    “If Cyrodiil is included, meaning Magic from Oblivion, Aang’s pretty fucked.”

    One why? It’s not like he fighting all of elder scrolls and I doubt most bandits have the resources the main heroes or even regular studying have to be putting together a hax list of magic.
    Two, wasn’t cyrodiil’s shock spells pretty slow compared to skyrim’s?
    ===
    “Dragons have the Tempest Rush shout, which is pretty fast.”

    Yeah but they don’t really seem to use it much. Even to travel.
    ===
    “Is lightning actually normal in the Avatar-verse though? Specially back when Aang was a kid?”

    When he got frozen and woke up it was just firebenders. Lightning bending came a little bit after he was revived. He fought Ozai and was out maneuvering him for a bit when he started firing out lightning. And that’s just using his natural airbending swiftness.
    ===
    “Have you ever seen a concept art or trailer of Dragonborn wearing a hood? No, caus hood’s are for pussy mages.”

    Outside of the main characters hood are sort og like the equivalent of a mook with a full helmet for mages. Unless it’s a really good looking hood and /or the guy underneath is old, then it’s the exact opposite.

  31. Ragnorke April 27, 2015 at 1:22 am -      #31

    “Avatar uses their chi.”

    Is it like.. The essence of life? That exists everywhere but can only be harnessed by few?
    If so, it’s compatible.

    “Actually wouldn’t most people who study magic(like the order that gy belongs to be interested in Aang”

    That might not be a good thing.

    Now that i think about it Aang having the ability to travel to Oblivion at will is actually extremely dangerous for him, since the Princes aren’t going to want someone like that around.

    “One why?”

    Oblivion had more hax magic than Skyrims.

    “Two, wasn’t cyrodiil’s shock spells pretty slow compared to skyrim’s?”

    Some spells didn’t have any projectiles at all if i remember correctly.

    “Yeah but they don’t really seem to use it much. Even to travel.”

    Which i’m calling Gameplay mechanics on.
    They literally use nothing but some fire/ice breath, despite Thu’um being as easy as speaking for them.

    ” He fought Ozai and was out maneuvering him for a bit when he started firing out lightning. And that’s just using his natural airbending swiftness.”

    Could Ozai spam lightning as fast as TES mages?
    Or was it more of a “wait a second and then call down lightning from the sky” sort of thing?

  32. Ragnorke April 27, 2015 at 1:23 am -      #32

    Weren’t vampires in Skyrim pretty hax too?
    I didn’t play the expansion.

    And if Chi is EC to magicka, lightning becomes even more dangerous since it drains it.

  33. Klondike Bar April 27, 2015 at 8:32 am -      #33

    Wow I never thought it would get posted. I also did not know the Admin shared my name. Oh well someone told me that it would be unbalanced like this. Do people think it should be end of series Aang?

  34. Friendlysociopath April 27, 2015 at 8:46 am -      #34

    Do people think it should be end of series Aang?

    Well it’s a What If, not a VS. Honestly Aang likely wouldn’t go around starting fights for no reason- doesn’t seem like his thing. And since you didn’t specifically say no Dragonborn, Aang wouldn’t “have” to fight dragons since there’s already going to be a hero popping up to do it.

    I also did not know the Admin shared my name.

    Has to do with your email address methinks.

  35. Klondike Bar April 27, 2015 at 10:05 am -      #35

    I kind of did want Aang to show of all of the elements outside of the avatar state but the real thing i wondered was what he would do about the war and the Thalmor.

    I heard some people claim that bending and magika are ec so what about energy bending? Also the tainted auriels bow could block fire bending for Aang. In the Avatar state I mean.

    “Has to do with your email address methinks.”

    My email adress does not have my name. Do you mean that because of my email adress he put up my name?

    P.S. Those are great pictures. I could not find any.

  36. Limbo Lowk April 27, 2015 at 4:34 pm -      #36

    “Which i’m calling Gameplay mechanics on.
    They literally use nothing but some fire/ice breath, despite Thu’um being as easy as speaking for them.”

    Even in the semi cutscene portion where you in a hurry while riding the dragon they don’t even use it.
    And I think they actually used to hunt dragons before the dragonborn. I think it’s mentioned in one of the books somewhere.
    Maybe it’s becasue they forgot the how the words go together. Like how people forget words to a song. I mean it’s been awhile since they’ve been awake after all.
    ===
    “Could Ozai spam lightning as fast as TES mages?”

    Its sort of like dual casting.
    ===
    “Do people think it should be end of series Aang?”

    Maybe like addition second scenario.
    ===
    “And since you didn’t specifically say no Dragonborn, Aang wouldn’t “have” to fight dragons since there’s already going to be a hero popping up to do it.”

    lol dungeon become a lit easier with a kid of could clean house by sending a hurricane through it.

  37. Epicazeroth April 27, 2015 at 8:55 pm -      #37

    @Lowk: “Daw, his name is Daw.”
    Oh. Interesting… But he got Bending directly from the Spirits. The question is whether Aang has ever shown that ability. Have Korra, Zaheer, or Tenzin, for that matter?

    “Are they?”
    Well, Aang kept talking to Roku in the Spirit World. Though I think the Avatar does have a link that would probably keep them around.

    “Arngeir is capable of speaking.”
    I suppose they could write. But Aang doesn’t read any Tamrielic alphabet.

    “Maybe it’s becasue they forgot the how the words go together.”
    Or because most Shouts were made by the devs to be compatible with a human body shape.
    ===
    @Rag: “TESO no longer has a subscription btw! Just a one time buy.”
    Like, no sub at all? Or it’s optional for more content?

  38. Klondike Bar April 27, 2015 at 9:28 pm -      #38

    Ok I can still create a second scenario. This is end of series Aang somehow ends up frozen again. I did not want to do this before because his earthbending imo would wreck some serious shit. I mean really every city has rock walls and the dungeons and yeah.

    “Oh. Interesting… But he got Bending directly from the Spirits.”

    Maybe this seems like a nitpick but he did not recieve bending from the spirits but somehow from the world itself restoring balance. I can not be to much help for lok feats since I only watch first and third seasons all the way through.

  39. Ragnorke April 27, 2015 at 9:30 pm -      #39

    “Like, no sub at all? Or it’s optional for more content?”

    All content is available to all players.
    Real money can be used to buy an alternate currency which is spent on cosmetics and way of life improvements AFAIK.
    Players with previous subscriptions were compensated in said currency.

  40. Limbo Lowk April 27, 2015 at 10:40 pm -      #40

    “Oh. Interesting… But he got Bending directly from the Spirits. The question is whether Aang has ever shown that ability. Have Korra, Zaheer, or Tenzin, for that matter?”

    It one of the reasons Tenzin mentioned why airbenders shave their head. Lets them feel the air around them better.
    ===
    “This is end of series Aang somehow ends up frozen again. I did not want to do this before because his earthbending imo would wreck some serious shit.”

    Yeah but Aang isn’t the type to do that unless it’s necessary. He’d probably try and be a peace keeper since that is what he originally did. Maybe find a place off and create a place for everyone like he did for republic city.
    An Aang that grows up in Elder Srcolls might be different though. I think his friends kind of help keep him from getting mean. In a setting like elder scrolls he probably won’t have much of that. I mean he is a good soul but he might gain something of an edge due to his environment unless he has someone talk to.
    Would his flying bison be with him? Aang was frozen with him.

  41. Epicazeroth April 27, 2015 at 10:43 pm -      #41

    I would anticipate that Aang could go two ways:
    1) He becomes sort of a guru. Maybe like the Greybeards: incredibly powerful, but minimal interference and mainly guiding important figures.
    2) Vigilante. I don’t think he’d ever become a “bad” guy as such, but I could see him becoming a bit harder. Sort of a “They can’t do it; I’ll do it for them” type of mindset.

  42. Klondike Bar April 28, 2015 at 7:48 am -      #42

    In the first scenario Aang gets the bison but in number two I think he does not need it. Appa would risk getting killed alot and end of series Aang going nuts would really ruin alot of peoples days.

    Aang is very attached to his friends. I mean he was willing to kill a bunch of traders for stealing his bison but the guy leading an entire nation to war. . . uh nope he let him live without a second thought.

    I see maybe a third option.
    3) Apeshit Aang. He makes friends ranging from septimus to a stormcloak soldier and then goes avatar state smash and forces everyone to play nice and share. Or he goes nuts and kills tons of people.

  43. GrandMaster May 9, 2015 at 9:28 pm -      #43

    Regular Aang I can’t see being much more powerful than a novice Mage, but Aang in the Avatar State could be on par with some of the more powerful wizards. He did level part of a canyon in the final fight.

  44. Klondike Bar May 9, 2015 at 9:42 pm -      #44

    Actually Aang is going to be a huge challenge for anyone without some form of aoe attack. He is quite fast mind you. And Avatar state Aang did alot more than just trash up a canyon before he learned to control it. For example in Avatar season two episode one he goes apeshit and destroys an entire military compound.

    Also Aang can do pretty crazy stuff with bending. I think novice bender> novice Mage.

  45. Limbo Lowk May 9, 2015 at 10:13 pm -      #45

    “Regular Aang I can’t see being much more powerful than a novice Mage”

    Considering stuff like whirlwind cloak and Ice storm are adept level, considering what he can do, I’d say Aang is above novice Mage levels.

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