Wait, Aang only lived about 50 more years? Bumi lived to be well over 100! Besides that, the premise looks really, really cool -- I'm guessing metalbending took off, or at least some metal-sense. Steam-punk would incorporate the four elements, with earth being the coal and fire the metals, or earth the metals and fire the heating. I'd love to see what mixing all four elements in one city would do -- WordOfGod has said that bending is in the spirit, and if that's true, and the children of all four nations are mixing together, does that mean that an airbending spirit would be able to turn into a bending power, even in an earthbending family (for example)? It seems to me that if they had mixed schooling, that it would be much easier to be culturally in a completely different nation than one's parents.
Speaking of mixing schooling, maybe that could be an issue they touch on, segregation and intolerance. I think Avatar could make a good episode out of that premise, without being heavy-handed like most children's shows are. They've been pretty good about that.
I wonder who will have survived that long, and who we'll meat. I'd love to see Teo and the Mechanist, because they'd adapt pretty well to changing times. I hope Sokka's still alive (He'd be about 87, but he could totally be a White Lotus badass). I wonder if Korra's teacher would be Aang's only son, or if he had tons of kids to pass on Airbending.
I'm rambling now. But I hope that this is excellent.
Also! If there is a movie sequel, I am boycotting. This one made money because it was our duty as fans to see it. I am not going to pay money to see the next one.
I wanted to see the universe, so I stole a Time Lord and ran away. And you were the only one mad enough.
Biting's excellent! It's like kissing, only there's a winner.