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  • Stupa
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  • The Stupa is a building in the Civilization games. It is close in spirit to Buddhism.
  • thumb|250px|Pomnik Stupa Stupa jest pomnik wykorzystywane przez Nomadów powietrza do oznaczenia miejsca, w którym są przechowywane relikwie. Stosowany również jako wabik na przyciągnięcie wojennych rozbitków Air Nomad w pułapkę.
  • A stupa is an ornate Buddhist dome-like stone structure originally built to cover items believed to be relics of the Buddha.
  • Following the Air Nomad Genocide, Fire Lord Sozin constructed shelters in remote locations all over the world and made them resemble Air Nomad settlements in order to lure any airbenders who escaped his initial assault. To this end, stupas and other cultural items associated with the Air Nomads were placed near and inside the dwellings to make the sites look convincing. In 99 AG, tapestries in a stupa serving as an Avatar Temple in the Earth Kingdom began to glow after Aang entered the Avatar State, which effectively signaled the return of the Avatar.
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Appearance
  • "The Southern Air Temple"
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Position
  • Spiritual shrines
Location
  • All over the world
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  • The Stupa is a building in the Civilization games. It is close in spirit to Buddhism.
  • thumb|250px|Pomnik Stupa Stupa jest pomnik wykorzystywane przez Nomadów powietrza do oznaczenia miejsca, w którym są przechowywane relikwie. Stosowany również jako wabik na przyciągnięcie wojennych rozbitków Air Nomad w pułapkę.
  • A stupa is an ornate Buddhist dome-like stone structure originally built to cover items believed to be relics of the Buddha.
  • Following the Air Nomad Genocide, Fire Lord Sozin constructed shelters in remote locations all over the world and made them resemble Air Nomad settlements in order to lure any airbenders who escaped his initial assault. To this end, stupas and other cultural items associated with the Air Nomads were placed near and inside the dwellings to make the sites look convincing. In 99 AG, tapestries in a stupa serving as an Avatar Temple in the Earth Kingdom began to glow after Aang entered the Avatar State, which effectively signaled the return of the Avatar. Several months after, Aang sought out an airbender who lived in the mountains near an Earth Kingdom trading village after he found an Air Nomad relic among a local merchant's wares. While searching, he stumbled upon an Air Nomad stupa marking the entrance to a nearby cave dwelling, which led him to the conclusion that airbenders inhabited the mountains at some point in time. Shortly thereafter, the young Avatar was ambushed by Admiral Zhao, who revealed that the cave was one of the dwellings built by Fire Lord Sozin during the first stages of the Hundred Year War to hunt down the airbenders who escaped his initial purge. Following the end of the Anti-bending Revolution in 170 AG, Avatar Korra and several of her friends and allies visited a stupa in the South Pole which served as the Southern Water Tribe's Avatar Temple. While there, Korra used energybending to restore Lin Beifong's earthbending, which the latter showcased by levitating the menhirs surrounding the stupa. Korra revisited this stupa during 171 and 173 AG, in hopes that meditating there would help her regain her connection to Raava and the Avatar State after she was poisoned by Zaheer. During their search for Korra in 174 AG, Jinora, Ikki, and Meelo stopped at a stupa located near an Earth Kingdom village that was home to many spirits. Once there, Jinora meditated in an attempt to tap into the location's inherent spiritual energy and increase her chances of sensing Korra's whereabouts. However, her attempts were repeatedly interrupted by Ikki, who continued to break her concentration by talking. After Ikki and Meelo left to scour the nearby village, Jinora resumed her efforts, though she and her siblings eventually left when their efforts proved unsuccessful.