There’s no denying that Animal Crossing: New Horizons arrived at the perfect time, allowing players to dive in and let their creativity fly in every direction that Tom Nook would allow. Everything from players hilariously recreating Tim Sweeney’s background during the PS5 tech demo reveal all the way to celebrities getting in on the island life, there’s something for seemingly everyone in the new Animal Crossing game. That said, some players are now recreating scenes from Avatar: The Last Airbender, and it is incredible.
Avatar: The Last Airbender, the massively popular animated series from the mid-2000s, recently became available on Netflix, something fans have been requesting for quite some time. Now that some of those fans have had the opportunity to rewatch the classic series, they are taking to the latest Animal Crossing installment to recreate some of the scenes and settings from the show.
A popular location from the show that many players have been focused on recreating is the Northern Water Tribe Spirit Oasis from the latter episodes of season one of Avatar: The Last Airbender. Given how creative some Animal Crossing players have demonstrated to be, it’s no surprise that they have been crushing it when it comes to bringing a bit of the Avatar life to the digital island. Check out the creations from Reddit users demonica12, shdycnnn, and illni below.
And then the Fire Nation attacked. Well, not necessarily attacked, and it was more along the lines of Reddit user theglowingmonkey, but they offered up some codes to help other players who want some Fire Nation-themed items.
Of course, one of the most notable characters from Avatar: The Last Airbender was the lovable and wise Uncle Iroh. Some Animal Crossing players by the names of BackToClassics and ItsPronouncedOiler couldn’t help but be inspired by the tea-lover and wisdom-giver, creating these beautiful areas.
Pretty nifty, huh?
Avatar: The Last Airbender is currently available to watch on Netflix, while Animal Crossing: New Horizons is available exclusively on the Nintendo Switch. Do any of these creations inspire you to create something of your own in Animal Crossing? Have you been binging Avatar since they brought it back to Netflix? Let us know over on Twitter @PrimaGames, and be sure to check out our Game Hub for tips, tricks, and more!