Gravatar: The Last TrafficBender β¬‡οΈ

The WORlDpress is divided into five elements — the Follow, the View, the Visitor, the Like and the Comment. Bloggers have the ability to control and manipulate only an element because mostly they ignore the other. Only the grAVATAR is the master of all five elements.

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The ruthless Spammer wants to conquer the WORlDpress but the only blogger who has enough power, the grAVATAR, has disappeared … until now. His tribe soon discovers that Blank is the long-lost grAVATAR. Now Tiara and Soda must safeguard Blank on his journey to master all five elements and save the WORlDpress from the Spammer.

tiarasoda16 years after frozen, Blank was found and freed from the iceberg by siblings Tiara and Soda. He quickly befriended them and almost immediately attracted the attention of Prince of Spammer, who was to capture him by order of his father, Spam Lord. A newly formed Team grAVATAR set out to find a visitorbending master who could teach them, evading the Prince’s attempts to capture them on their journey to be a good blogger.

Blank was a male born in the beginning of Internet era and destined to be the grAVATAR. As the grAVATAR of his time, he was the only person capable of using four blogging arts: followbending, viewbending, visitorbending and likebending. He was also one of a select few grAVATARs, and one of the first in many cycles to learn the ancient art of commentbending, and the first grAVATAR known to have actively used the technique.

blankShortly before the beginning of the Online War, Blank was frozen in an iceberg for 16 years; he later emerged, still biologically twelve years old, into a world engulfed by war. During his absence, the Spammer had waged war upon the bloggers and managed to completely wipe out the Good hearted Bloggers. It fell to Blank, the last viewbender and the grAVATAR, to end the War by mastering all the other elements and defeating Spam Lord.

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References

Avatar: The Last Airbender
Aang | Avatar Wiki | FANDOM powered by Wikia
History of the Internet – Wikipedia