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Hi all, as your Wiki Manager, I want to make you aware of an upcoming change on Fandom that will affect all its communities, this one included. It's important that everyone is aware and has the opportunity to give feedback and ask questions.
As you may have noticed from the banner at the top of the wiki, this community is set to be migrated to UCP (Unified Community Platform). I advise you all to read this blog to find out more about it.
The migration to UCP does not mean that the url of this wiki will change. In short, this is mainly a MediaWiki update, the software behind the platform. The update does come with some notable changes, such as a different editor, recent wiki activity being deprecated in favor of recent changes, and the comments and message walls being on the same software as Discussions (which thus means you can no longer use wiki text there).
If anyone has any questions about this, don't hesitate to ask here on this thread or reach out to me directly on my message wall. Same goes for after the migration: if you discover a bug or something that seems off or if you just have some general (constructive) feedback to share, I'd love to hear it, so I can either pass it along to Fandom and file a bug report or help you fix it. I'm sure that we can make this transition as smooth as possible by working together. Looking forward to hear all your feedback, both the good and the bad!
Sam Worthington was born in 1976, which means he will be 50 years old when Avatar 4 is released in 2026. Zoe Saldaña was born in 1978, which means she'll be 50 years old when Avatar 5 is released in 2028
Hi all! As your Wiki Manager, I want to make you aware of an upcoming change on Fandom that will affect all its communities, this one included, and I wanted to make sure things will go down as smoothly as possibly here. I shared this with the admins before, but it's important that everyone is aware and has the opportunity to give feedback and ask questions.
As you may be aware, Special:Forum is being retired and all its content is migrated to Discussions before the rest of the wiki will be migrated to the Unified Community Platform.
While this will undoubtedly be a change that will require some getting used to, Discussions has recently received a wave of interface improvements to make the feature more comfortable for Forums users, which was based on the feedback received from forum communities (although these enhancements are not on the Fandom app for Android and iOS). In the end, it's mainly the platform that will change, as people can continue to discuss the franchise on Discussions as frequently as they did here on the forums.
When this will happen, Discussions will be enabled on the wiki, and the transfer process will render the Forum into a read-only state as the content is migrated automatically. Discussions will be open during and after the migration, so you can continue to communicate while the transfer is ongoing.
One of the biggest things you'll notice is that Discussions doesn't support wikitext. In order to preserve the Forum content as it currently is, even where those posts use wikitext, a special converter will be run so that your old Forums posts will look basically the same with the same formatting and templates after they have been migrated, with a few very rare exceptions. However, do note that editing old Forums posts and comments with wikitext on Discussions will break the formatting.
I took a look around on your forum posts, and I noticed that they aren't that heavy on wikitext, template or gallery use, or other complex formatting. If I missed posts that would have any of the aforementioned and of which you have questions how that content will be preserved, please alert me to them, so I can pass that along to make sure it'll be given special attention.
I know this may be a change that you didn't ask for, but it is a Fandom site-wide change, and we are here to try to make this transition as easy and smoothly as possible. As such, you can check this archived thread for some frequently asked questions, but otherwise don't hesitate to reach out to me with any questions or comments you may have about this.
In the movie, the Na'vi people wear all sorts of accessories with feathers in them. They also use feathers in their arrows, yet I have yet to see any feathered creatures in the Pandoran world. Has this ever been mentioned anywhere?
What are Na'vi names? I know the name structure (first name, te, family name, parents name) but what are just some popular names for the Na'vi, like how rebecca or john are popular in western culture?
I'm doing a paper for university and wanted to know how I should reference to this wiki? Specifically to the pages about Hometree and Eywa.
Thanks in advance!
What is everything you know about the Tayrangi Clan? I know they swim a lot, that they are very skilled with the Ikran, and that they eat a lot of fish. In the movie we see the large tents. I don't think that these are Na'vi longhouses because they seem too big and open to be a good shelter. Maybe there for Ikran, we kind of see Toruk hovering around the entrance of one of them, but there seems to few tents and wouldn't the Ikran just live on the caves like normal? What are these things for?
Do Na'vi have pets? Many aboriginal groupes, and cultures in general, have pets, so wouldn't Na'vi have them too?
What is everything you know about Na'vi babies?
Can Na'vi be homosexual? Can a Na'vi man choose another man to mate under Eywa, or could a Na'vi woman choose another woman?
The movie opens on Earth, in an RDA board meeting. As the CEO is explaing to the executives and stockholders, new plans for making it harder for poor people to get food, they receive an incoming transmission from Selfridge, who informs the board of the RDA's defeat, and request aid for getting back home, as their ship navigation system was damaged when the Na'vi siezed Hell's Gate.
The CEO is most displeased by this failure, and while he does order more troops to be sent to the moon, he tells Selfridge that he's had it with his failures, and refuses to rescue him, leaving Selfridge and the mercenarioes to die either from starvation, power failure, or sickness.
The CEO then orders another invasion, lead by a general named Thomas Norguard, who was the leader of the Marine unit Jake was in. He's also a scientist for the RDA who worked with Grace on the Avatar project. But Norguard had different plans for the program. After Grace left for Pandora, Norguard, using loopholes in the RDA's military and science branches, created another Avatar program, made to spy on the Na'vi , other Avatar Drivers, and use the power of Pandora against the Na'vi. But when Norguard learned that Tom Sully was about to travel to Pandora, he feared that Tom's diplomacy skills would threaten this plan, and believing Jake to be a useful Avatar spy to be recruited when Norguard would arrive, Norguard either hired a thug to murder Tom, or dressed as one to use as a disguise when he killed him. This makes Norguard the hidden villain of the first movies opening.
I'm here to share an update from Fandom regarding what is happening with the Featured Video area.
They are going to be making some experiments in order to find out what is best for that area, one of which is The Loop, a mini-show produced by Fandom that talks about content based on the vertical that the topic is about (for this wiki, it would be related with TV and movies). For more information, you may visit the blog post about it.
(If you are a newcomer to Fandom wikis and don't know exactly what I'm talking about - Featured Video is a video that appears above the content area of articles. Earlier this year, some changes happened so that logged-in users don't see these videos by default, but unidentified users can still see them when visiting wikis.)
And if you have any questions about this at all... feel free to ask them!
I'm a D&D gamer. kinda always have been. but this isn't about just that.
so far as I can tell, D&D has a huge amount of potential for a Avatar D&D game, I mean, all the weapons are good, and we've got plenty of Homebrew stuff involving modern weaponry, so why can't there be one?
rhetorical question, sorry. I'm starting my own, search up THE AVATAR GAME GROUP in this Wiki to see further.
for now, what do you think of the idea?
I have a question about Pandora's atmosphere. According to the Wiki page, the air on Pandora is fatally tovic to humans due to the high levels of carbon dioxide and xenon gas. However, if that is the case, how were there large fires in many scenes of the movie? Wouldnt the much smaller percentage of oxygen mean that fires would necessarily be smaller than seen, such as in Jake Sully's first night in the jungle? Could any chemists verify this?
I thought a pair bonded for life, so why didn't this apply to his first one??
It is mistakenly stated that Unobtainium first appeared in Avatar. It actually first appeared in The Core, in 2003.
The Play Disney app has its own version of the Pandorapedia. Txaway on Learn Na'vi graciously took a ton of screenshots and transcribed the entries.
Since some of this information definitely is not on the wiki (for example, the Shaman of Songs is playing an instrument capable of connecting to Ewya directly), would be worth crossreferencing these to see what's new and what could help expand pre-existing articles.