History Characters / AvatarTheLastAirbenderTheEmberIslandPlayers

4th Sep '15 5:56:01 AM Scorntex
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* AdaptationDyeJob: She has black hair, as opposed to the real Azula's dark brown. * AdaptationalHeroism: Even outside of the play's status as propaganda, she seems to lack most of Azula's psychopathic tendencies, for example not shooting Iroh during the re-enactment of "The Chase".
13th Aug '15 8:10:37 PM dmcreif
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Player Aang is an athletic young woman wearing a bald cap. She plays Aang as hyperactive and excessively outgoing, with a penchant for playing pranks on people. Player Aang's mission as the Avatar is to bring "joy and fun" to the World. Player Aang triggers the Avatar State by saying "Avatar State, yip-yip!" Aang [[OtherMeAnnoysMe is dismayed to see]] that Player Aang is a woman. He is even more dismayed when Player Ozai kills Player Aang at the end.
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Player Aang is an athletic young woman wearing a bald cap. She plays Aang as hyperactive and excessively outgoing, with a penchant for playing pranks on people. Player Aang's mission as the Avatar is to bring "joy and fun" to the World. Player Aang triggers the Avatar State by saying "Avatar State, yip-yip!" Real Aang [[OtherMeAnnoysMe is dismayed to see]] that Player Aang is a woman. He is even more dismayed when Player Ozai kills Player Aang at the end.

Player Katara is older and fatter than Katara, and not as beautiful. She speaks in a much huskier voice than the real Katara. Player Katara is melodramatic, prone to crying on any occasion, obsessed with hope, and an incompetent fighter. She wears her heart on her sleeve, especially in front of Player Aang. Player Katara is in love with Player Zuko, and regards Player Aang as her little brother.
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Player Katara is older and fatter than Real Katara, and not as beautiful. She speaks in a much huskier voice than the real Katara. Player Katara is melodramatic, prone to crying on any occasion, obsessed with hope, and an incompetent fighter. She wears her heart on her sleeve, especially in front of Player Aang. Player Katara is in love with Player Zuko, and regards Player Aang as her little brother.

Player Sokka is much older than Sokka, with buck teeth. He's a backwoods, dumb-muscle, Water Tribe hick, and the comic relief. Player Sokka is constantly hungry, and obsessed with eating meat. But the actor for Player Sokka is a pretty chill guy -- when Sokka approaches him backstage with some ideas for new jokes, the actor gladly incorporates them into the scene, despite initial misgivings -- ("Oh, boy, another fan with "Ideas"") and to the delight of the audience.
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Player Sokka is much older than Real Sokka, with buck teeth. He's a backwoods, dumb-muscle, Water Tribe hick, and the comic relief. Player Sokka is constantly hungry, and obsessed with eating meat. But the actor for Player Sokka is a pretty chill guy -- when Sokka approaches him backstage with some ideas for new jokes, the actor gladly incorporates them into the scene, despite initial misgivings -- ("Oh, boy, another fan with "Ideas"") and to the delight of the audience.

Player Toph is a big, burly man who is blind, but can "see" using echolocation, emitting a loud scream. Toph likes Player Toph, saying "I wouldn't have cast it any other way."
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Player Toph is a big, burly man who is blind, but can "see" using echolocation, emitting a loud scream. Real Toph likes Player Toph, saying "I wouldn't have cast it any other way."

Player Zuko is more accurate than other Players, but Zuko considers Player Zuko too stiff and dour, and Player Zuko's scar is on the wrong side. Player Zuko is even more obsessed than the real Zuko with honor and capturing the Avatar, and shouts "honor!" more than he says anything else. He flirts with Player Katara. In Act III, he is killed by Player Azula for his betrayal of the Fire Nation.
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Player Zuko is more accurate than other Players, but Real Zuko considers Player Zuko too stiff and dour, and Player Zuko's scar is on the wrong side. Player Zuko is even more obsessed than the real Zuko with honor and capturing the Avatar, and shouts "honor!" more than he says anything else. He flirts with Player Katara. In Act III, he is killed by Player Azula for his betrayal of the Fire Nation.

* PlayingGertrude: Unlike almost everyone else in the cast, Player Iroh probably isn't even half Uncle Iroh's age. (In fact, he looks like he could be younger than Player ''Zuko.'')
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* PlayingGertrude: Unlike almost everyone else in the cast, Player Iroh probably isn't even half Uncle of Iroh's age. (In fact, he looks like he could be younger than Player ''Zuko.'')

Player Azula is older than Azula, with a huskier voice, and wears pink, along with thick makeup and long painted nails. Player Azula electrocutes Player Aang at the end of Act II, then kills Player Zuko in Act III.
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Player Azula is older than Real Azula, with a huskier voice, and wears pink, along with thick makeup and long painted nails. Player Azula electrocutes Player Aang at the end of Act II, then kills Player Zuko in Act III.
30th Jul '15 12:49:37 PM AnonFangeekGirl
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* BeautyInversion: He actually looks far more like a stereotypical evil overlord than the real Ozai does, even though he's meant to be the good guy.
30th Jul '15 12:47:17 PM AnonFangeekGirl
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* PrincessesPreferPink: Unlike the real Azula.
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* PrincessesPreferPink: Unlike the real Azula.Azula, who wears the standard fire nation colors of red, black, and gold.
3rd Apr '15 1:52:49 AM Silverblade2
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* FoeYay: With Player Katara, probably to make him look even more unreliable and depraved InUniverse (where the Water Tribe is seen as backwards barbarians.)
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* FoeYay: FoeRomanceSubtext: With Player Katara, probably to make him look even more unreliable and depraved InUniverse (where the Water Tribe is seen as backwards barbarians.)
1st Apr '15 3:13:15 PM Silverblade2
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* FoeYay: [[invoked]] With Player Zuko InUniverse.
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* FoeYay: [[invoked]] FoeRomanceSubtext: With Player Zuko InUniverse.Zuko.
1st Apr '15 3:10:04 PM Silverblade2
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* DecompositeCharacter: He and the Blue Spirit are separate characters in the play.
17th Mar '15 4:54:57 PM MyTimingIsOff
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Water Works is not a trope anymore. Check Tear Tropes for a potential replacement trope.
* {{Chickification}}: "I'm so full of hope... it's making me ''[[WaterWorks tearbend]]''!"
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* {{Chickification}}: "I'm so full of hope... it's making me ''[[WaterWorks tearbend]]''!"''tearbend''!"
9th Mar '15 5:02:49 PM Scorntex
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* AdaptationalVillainy: Has absolutely no objection to Jet destroying an entire town. The very thing that caused the real Katara to turn on him.

%%* FootPopping
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%%* FootPopping* FootPopping: As she and Jet kiss.

* LikeBrotherAndSister: With Player Aang. %%* {{Melodrama}}
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* LikeBrotherAndSister: With Player Aang. %%* {{Melodrama}}Aang. And she keeps on saying it, for good measure. -->'''"Katara":''' Remember, Aang, I'll always love you - as a brother! -->'''"Aang":''' I wouldn't want it any other way. * {{Melodrama}}: The living incarnation of it, right from the word "go".

* LikeBrotherAndSister: With Player Aang. %%* {{Melodrama}}CombatStilettos: As opposed to her real counterpart, who constantly wears sensible flat-soled boots.

%%* PrincessesPreferPink
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%%* PrincessesPreferPink * PrincessesPreferPink: As opposed to the real Yue's purple wardrobe.

* DawsonCasting: In the finest tradition of ''Dawson's Creek'', he plays a brooding teenager but has got at least ten more years on him.
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* DawsonCasting: In-universe. In the finest tradition of ''Dawson's Creek'', he plays a brooding teenager but has got at least ten more years on him.
27th Feb '15 11:23:21 PM vifetoile
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* TheHedonist: Player Iroh lacks the spirituality of the real Iroh.
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* TheHedonist: Player Iroh lacks the spirituality of the real Iroh. Iroh. His first line is a suggestion that he and Zuko get massages. The Fire Nation, we've seen, is against individual pleasure and expression, so exaggerating this aspect of Iroh to make him look ridiculous makes perfect sense. * PlayingGertrude: Unlike almost everyone else in the cast, Player Iroh probably isn't even half Uncle Iroh's age. (In fact, he looks like he could be younger than Player ''Zuko.'')

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* TheHedonist: Player Iroh lacks the spirituality of PlayingGertrude: Definitely younger than the real Iroh. Bumi.

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* TheHedonist: Player Iroh lacks DawsonCasting: In the spirituality finest tradition of the real Iroh. ''Dawson's Creek'', he plays a brooding teenager but has got at least ten more years on him.
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