Nick and Judy meet the Avatar is a short story by Firelord_Ozai87.
Aang on Appa

Aang meets Nick and Judy after they are warped into his world.

About this story

In this story, a now-married Nick and Judy are somehow warped into the world of Avatar: The Last Airbender, where they meet Aang and the others during sometime in Book 1: Water. This story is short, as it is only a proof of concept.

The Story

Nick and Judy hit the ground with a thud. Somehow, someway, they had been warped into a strange new world. Around them, they saw a forest. Nick momentarily checked his wife.

"Are you all right, Judy?" the fox asked.

Judy nodded.

"Yeah, but where are we?" she asked.

"You're in the forests of the Earth Kingdom?" said a young male voice.

They both turned to see a group of beings of a species they had never seen before. They were strange looking, especially the one leading them. He had no hair of any sort, and there was a blue-colored arrow mark on his head and hands.

"What is going on here?" Nick asked.

The young one with the arrow marks approached.

"I am Aang, and these are my friends Katara and her brother Sokka, and you are?" he said.

Judy sighed.

"I am Judy, and this is my husband Nick. We come from far from here," she said.

Sokka looked at them curiously.

"Uh-huh. Just how far?" he asked.

Judy smiled.

"The great city of Zootopia. It's full of animals like us," she said.

Sokka was still suspicious.

"Where is that place?" he asked.

Nick sighed.

"What do you mean?" he asked, still nervous.

Sokka frowned, irritated by these two strange creatures that had the appearance of animals, but walked and talked like people.

"In what nation?" Earth Kingdom? Fire Nation? Water Tribe?" he said.

Nick shrugged as Katara sighed in irritation of her brother.

"I don't know...." Nick replied.

Aang smiled.

"Hey, maybe they can help us!" Aang exclaimed.

Sokka sighed.

"Aang..." he said, his irritation still not going down.

Katara stepped in.

"You can stay with us, for now," she said.

Nick and Judy nodded. Little did they know what they were in for.