Kickstarter Raises $ 1 Million For The Last Airbender Tabletop Game In One Day
Like tabletop role-playing games (RPGs) like Dungeons & Dragons Growing popularity, Kickstarter has become the go-to place to fund such initiatives. When a project gets a lot of excitement, it can hit its crowdfunding goals in a day, which happened when Magpie Games announced a tabletop game based on Nickelodeon’s. Avatar: The Last Airbender universe.
In fact, it didn’t take a whole day to fund the The last air Master table game. It only took 16 minutes for the company to reach its goal of $ 50,000. He surpassed that goal, racking up $ 1 million on day one. As of this writing, fans have pledged over $ 2.9 million for the project.
Perhaps it shouldn’t come as a surprise after the resurgence of the Nickelodeon animated series last year, and its spinoffs. The legend of Korra. Bringing the two shows to Netflix brought old fans back into this universe and created new ones, racking up so much hype that Nickelodeon went ahead and created an Avatar Studios division to create more movies and movies. shows taking place in this world.
Still, Magpie Games responded that they seemed pleasantly surprised at the amount of support the game has received. “Avatar Legends: RPG is Fully Funded at $ 50,000!” the company wrote in a Kickstarter update. âIt’s absolutely amazing! We are so grateful for the enthusiasm and support you have shown all of us and for all your love for the world of Avatar Legends!
What is The last air Master table game?
The game, nicknamed Avatar Legends: the role-playing game, will offer fans a more direct way to immerse themselves in the world of the Last airbender.
According to Magpie Games, players will choose which of the four nations they wish to represent, and then embark on missions with specific objectives. Here is the official description:
Avatar Legends: The RPG is a heroic fantasy game set in the universe of Avatar: The Last Airbender and The legend of Korra in which you and your friends take on the role of young heroes from the four nations who have come together to make the world a better place. It’s a game for people of all ages who want to look at the world beyond the scope of existing stories and explore the meaningful actions heroes take for the good of others.
The company also teased the types of villains players will face, pointing out that they will have complex motivations much like the heroes in the game:
The villains of Avatar Legends: The RPG are never simple monsters, never simple antagonists who must be brought down by explosions of fire; rather, they are people with their own desires, personal struggles and goals, no matter how misguided they are.
The campaign for Avatar captions continues to add physical stretching goals as more funds are spent. You still have 27 days to donate if you wish. Those looking to grab a copy of the game can find out more on its Kickstarter page.
Avatar: The Last Airbender inspired olympic athletes
If you want more proof of how much Avatar: The Last Airbender has inspired people, look no further than the Tokyo 2020 Olympics. There are several athletes who model their looks off the show, including Mexican synchronized swimmers Nuria Diosdado and Joana JimÃ©nez GarcÃa, whose leotards have paid tribute to the series:
Two artistic Mexican swimmers, Nuria Diosdado and Joana JimÃ©nez GarcÃa, used ATLA-themed swimsuits for their duet routine. pic.twitter.com/xrqWcB5l2I
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The outfits, designed by Mexican brand Gilling Activewear, feature koi fish Tui and La, moon spirit and fish spirit from The last air Master. In the Season 1 finale, it is revealed that Tui and La maintain balance on the planet with their “Eternal Dance of Push and Pull,” appropriate for synchronized swimming. And on the back of the outfits we see the four elements of the show represented: water, earth, fire and air.
And then, Dutch windsurfer Kiran Badloe painted his lock of hair blue to mimic Aang’s tattoo on his head.
âHe’s a kid who controls the wind, and he has to control all types of elements in nature to do something right, and I’m doing the same here,â Badloe said. Reuters before his big race. “I have to be in tune with the wind and with the water and everything around it, and I hope that will lead me to something big.”
Naturally, he won gold. Thank you The last air Master!
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