PHOTOS: First Look at Na’vi Translator and Collectible Cards to be Sold in Pandora – The World of AVATAR

Disney today shared a sneak preview at another item that will immerse guests in their in-park experience like never before and connect them to Pandora: The World of AVATAR at Disney’s Animal Kingdom. The item is called the Na’vi Translator.


“This device was originally developed by Alpha Centauri Expeditions founder Marshall Lamm,” explained Cody Hampton, product developer. “The Na’vi have no written language, so the translator will be a helpful tool for any human visiting Pandora. Guests using the translator can learn how to pronounce 90 Na’vi words using interchangeable translation cards. The device also lights up at night, which makes it perfect for nighttime explorations on Pandora.”


The Na’vi Translator set will come packaged with 15 translation cards. The device has a clasp that extends up to 12-inches and can be attached to a belt or backpack.

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Additional translation cards will be sold in trading card packs, each containing eight randomly selected cards. There are some common cards such as Nouns (Blue) and Adjectives (Purple). Other cards will be less common to find in the trading packs including Animals (Orange), Phrases (Aqua), and Landscapes (Tan). The rarest cards are Plants (Green) and Gear (Yellow).


“When selecting the words and phrases for this set, we thought about the most essential words a guest might use when exploring another country on Earth,” continued Cody. “My favorite word is ‘Ikran’ which means ‘Banshee.’ I must have said that word hundreds of times while developing products for Pandora [laughs].”

Cody partnered with Lightstorm Entertainment and Dr. Paul Frommer, creator of the Na’vi language for “Avatar,” to acquire audio recordings of spoken Na’vi words for the translator.

This product and more will be available May 27th when Pandora: The World of AVATAR officially opens to guests at Disney’s Animal Kingdom.

  1. “Wow, im such a huge fan of Avatar, I’ll certainly be paying money for that!”

      1. I did.

        Do you have a point or do you just like to retardedly point out the obvious?

  2. Wow… linguistics…. just what I’ve always wanted to do on vacation. Maybe Animal Kingdom should change their slogan to Nahtafun.

  3. I think it sucks that you can’t just buy the cards, you have to buy random packs and then trade them. I’m sure they’re not going to be cheap. Why not make the whole collection available for straight-out purchase? Kids who are really into Pandora would enjoy looking at the cards at home. Most will have only a few days to trade with others… and what parents want their kids bringing their card deck to every park, risk getting them soaked, lost, sticky, or dirty just so they can have them available to trade. We all knew there would be money-grabbing with the merchandise but this seems especially low to me.

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