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The RDA may not be alone the second time. As has been mentioned, earth may move over to more drastic actions.
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It's a superconductor, not oxygen or something
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Persoanlly I hope that there are other alien races in the avatarverse. Imho if there is only the humans and the Na'vi it would get repetitive and boring.

Plus I cant help but think that an alliance between the Na'vi and some faction of humans from earth would be pretty damn cool. Maybe its just me, but I would like to see some Na'vi warriors with hi-tech weaponary or battle armour.

And other alien races would open up a lot of other possiblities. And allow each Avatar film to be totally different from the previous imho. I think a formula for a film series should always be avoided.
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I guess for me I hope to see the "living organism" aspect of Pandora more fully explored. I want Cameron to switch genres as he did with Aliens (Alien=horror, Aliens=Action film, same for T1 and T2) and make AVatar 2 more of an action film.

And Jake (like any great pulp serial hero) needs a classic nemesis (ala Batman and the Joker, Luke Skywalker and Darth vader) and I think that if there is a hostile alien race other than the humans or Na'vi, then they would have plenty of cool options to create said nemesis...
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Have you even seen the movie?

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Old 03-22-2011, 06:31 AM
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Yes, thanks I have. Perhaps the question is..have you actually seen James Camerons films?

Perhaps if you have then you would understand what im talking about.

I would recommend that you watch Aliens and T2, and read Camerons Rambo 2 script to see how Cameron approaches sequals.

There is no reason to think Avatar 2 would be any different...
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Old 03-22-2011, 01:41 PM
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You complain about repetitiveness yet you want Avatar 2 to be the same as his other films. Makes sense.
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I would really like to see the RDA come back with dirtier tactics. Soldiers disguised as Na'vi (meaning avatars with 4 fingers) bring them down within. Fake talks of piece. Maybe even two different agencies fighting each other for control of Pandora. Na'vi having to team up with humans. I really want to see Jason Statham as a black ops figure of some sort.
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Very generally speaking, I would like to see some of the Na'vi leave Pandora. I'm not thinking too hard about why, for how long, or whether it would be by choice. Considering how deeply connected the Na'vi are to their world, this would be among the more terrible things that could happen, and a second movie needs to provide a reason for a third.

I've read a number of great fanfics that have humans returning to Pandora for reasons other than to simply plunder the planet's resources and return them to Earth. I really hope Avatar 2 isn't simply "The RDA is at it again!" That would be "very sad only."
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Any infiltration is extremely unlikely, the Na'vi would notice any impostor instantly because they would have literally no clue about anything. None of the marines cared at all about Pandora. Anyway, Avatars are 'insanely expensive', and any skxawng who appeared out of nowhere and who nobody knew (and sleeps like avatars do) and started trying to kill people would be dead very quickly (if they even survived the forest ). Also, the fact that they would still need to arrive at Pandora, and so would be broadcasting their arrival for months in advance even before arriving, plus the fact that it would be 13 years at a minimum before any specifically sent mission would arrive, longer if avatars were developed. Of course, not to mention the fact that the RDA are concerned with money, not random war.
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Any infiltration is extremely unlikely, the Na'vi would notice any impostor instantly because they would have literally no clue about anything. None of the marines cared at all about Pandora. Anyway, Avatars are 'insanely expensive', and any skxawng who appeared out of nowhere and who nobody knew (and sleeps like avatars do) and started trying to kill people would be dead very quickly (if they even survived the forest ). Also, the fact that they would still need to arrive at Pandora, and so would be broadcasting their arrival for months in advance even before arriving, plus the fact that it would be 13 years at a minimum before any specifically sent mission would arrive, longer if avatars were developed. Of course, not to mention the fact that the RDA are concerned with money, not random war.
There was a great fanfiction about this. The infiltrator spent his entire trip over learning about the Na'vi then was ripped from his human body and put into the avatar (killing his human form). He was sent down in an escape pod programed to crash, giving him fake injuries and the ability to say he had memory loss. He ended up getting in too deep, falling for some girl, and formed a tsahylu with her. He didn't last long after his secret got out.
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Unlikely sequel idea (have been reading about possibility of Schwarzenegger being in the next film).

The RDA realizes that the Pandoran biosphere is now 'primed' to consider any new intrusions of sawtute as hostile (as in the original Avatar scriptment). With this in mind they enlist the help of a former colleague and arch-rival of Dr. Augustine; a morally bankrupt but terrifyingly intelligent botanist/geneticist/network specialist played by Arnold Schwarzenegger. His job is to co-opt and subvert parts of the superorganism known as Eywa- not only so that mining can resume but also that the biotechnology involved in creating an artificial (and malign) version of a network like that can be understood and sold to warring nations/corporations on Earth.

The attempt is highly successful. The Na'vi are driven back by the very animals that saved the day in the original film.
Jake, seeking guidance, undergoes the the Uniltaron. In his trance like state he sees a glimpse of something deep underwater. Mo'at knows that he must travel far out into the Eastern Sea if he is to make sense of this vision.

The finale is a last ditch struggle between a weakened group of Na'vi (including Jake and Neytiri) guided by Voice Of Eywa (Grace Augustine) and aided by a mysterious and secretive clan adapted for life in the deep ocean versus the RDA and a monstrously biologically augmented geneticist commanding vast swathes of the Pandoran biosphere.
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Sounds like someone turning Avatar into what they want to see to me.
Avatar is not a war film, and I seriously doubt it will suddenly turn into one.
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I think there will likely be a conflict of some description. What form it will take, I don't know.
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