[175K+ R$] Scripter for a Legend of Korra Pro-Bending Arena



Hello there, this project is based off the popular Nickelodeon television series “Avatar The Legend of Korra”. This project will only include the “Pro-Bending” element of “Avatar The Legend of Korra”.

About The Job

We’re seeking a scripter to help bring this project to life. All of the Builds, UI designs, sound effects, and animations will be supplied.


Currently, the payment is 175,000 Robux. If you feel as if this is not enough for your skill level I am open to negotiations such as a percentage of the game revenue or a greater amount of Robux.


You can contact us here on the Developer Forum. If you’re not a member of the Developer Forum you can contact us through this Discord link. Discord.gg/qWEaRMy


Can you further explain the position? I’ve personally never watched the show so I’m not sure how it goes, and I’m sure others agree.

Don’t think I’ll be available as I’m super busy but still curious on the project itself.


Of course, This project will be fairly similar to how this “Avatar The Legend of Korra” game functions https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WDELmii7KCk A game that involves two teams of three benders (Water, Earth, and Fire) which then battle. When a player first joins they will be put in a main menu with 4 UI’s Ranked Matches, Practice Matches, Party, and Shops. The game will be universal using a queue system.


This sounds cool. I unfortunately won’t be able to work on the project with you, as my current schedule is super limited. I wish you the best of luck though. Let me know when the game is released!


I may be able to do some of this for a smaller amount of ROBUX if you don’t find anyone else.


Alright, sounds good.


I’m also a big fan of the Avatar Series, i like that Pro-Bending game. Me and my team made a project like that but due to School we stopped working on it for a while. We could make a deal once i contact my team.




Wouldn’t this be copyrighted material?




Possibly, but that is the same risk any developer takes when basing their game off of a TV series, anime, cartoon, or movie. I have created a “Avatar: The Last Airbender” game in the past which has had no copyright issues so far. The project has been out for almost two years now.


If your putting your own money into this, make sure your investment is risk free- change the name of your game enough to provide some security in the situation that legal action is taken to remove your game!


There is a difference between basing a game off an anime and making a game for an anime.


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