"Welcome to a kingdom of animals... real, ancient and imagined:
a kingdom ruled by lions, dinosaurs and dragons;
a kingdom of balance, harmony and survival;
a kingdom we enter to share in the wonder,
gaze at the beauty, thrill at the drama, and learn."
The dedication speaks, quite obviously, to the theme of DAK, namely, the "real, ancient and imagined animals" of the past and present of Earth. Not of the fictional moon of a fictional gas giant planet in a fictional dystopian future invented by James Cameron.
No matter how much shoehorning, spinning and twisting is attempted to make it fit, AvatarLand is a blatant misfit to DAK -- one that is worthy of the Strategic Planning "vision" that conjured it up from the balance books and spreadsheets of MarketingLand. A concept where creative cluelessness vies with corporate desperation in an attempt to out-market Universal. For the company that holds the heritage of Disney innovation, imagination and creativity, it is truly pathetic.