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23rd Aug '17 2:49:17 PM Rebu
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** That, or she was unable to get her friends out. Or driven so mad that she was unwilling. Both pleasant possibilities.
14th Aug '17 3:06:51 PM Gosicrystal
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* Also foreshadowed (or middleshadowed/is just ordinary Fridge Brilliance, since the process started in The Boiling Rock pt 2) in Ember Island Players was how Azula would go completely insane. Look at Player!Azula's facial expressions at the climax of the play; they're the same exaggerated ones that Real!Azula has during her breakdown during the climax of the show. Also, at one point (I think it's when she says "you are no longer my brother"), she makes a face that's very similar to Real!Azula's expression when she says: "No! You miscalculated! You should have feared me more!", the line that marked the beginning of her breakdown. Quite an AccidentallyAccurate play...

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* Also foreshadowed (or middleshadowed/is just ordinary Fridge Brilliance, since the process started in The Boiling Rock pt 2) in Ember Island Players was how Azula would go completely insane. Look at Player!Azula's facial expressions at the climax of the play; they're the same exaggerated ones that Real!Azula has during her breakdown during the climax of the show. Also, at one point (I think it's when she says "you are no longer my brother"), she makes a face that's very similar to Real!Azula's expression when she says: "No! You miscalculated! You should have feared me more!", the line that marked the beginning of her breakdown. Quite an AccidentallyAccurate similar play...
17th Jun '17 8:43:14 AM Gosicrystal
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* Also foreshadowed (or middleshadowed/is just ordinary Fridge Brilliance, since the process started in The Boiling Rock pt 2) in Ember Island Players was how Azula would go completely insane. Look at Player!Azula's facial expressions at the climax of the play; they're the same exaggerated ones that Real!Azula has has during her breakdown during the climax of the show. Also, at one point, (I think it's when she says "you are no longer my brother") she makes a face that's very similar to Real!Azula's expression when she says: "No! You miscalculated! You should have feared me more!", the line that marked the beginning of her breakdown. Quite an AccidentallyAccurate play...

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* Also foreshadowed (or middleshadowed/is just ordinary Fridge Brilliance, since the process started in The Boiling Rock pt 2) in Ember Island Players was how Azula would go completely insane. Look at Player!Azula's facial expressions at the climax of the play; they're the same exaggerated ones that Real!Azula has has during her breakdown during the climax of the show. Also, at one point, point (I think it's when she says "you are no longer my brother") brother"), she makes a face that's very similar to Real!Azula's expression when she says: "No! You miscalculated! You should have feared me more!", the line that marked the beginning of her breakdown. Quite an AccidentallyAccurate play...
15th Jun '17 11:58:54 PM Dark_Lord_
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* Near the end of Zuko's date with Jin, Zuko gives her a coupon for the teashop, courtesy of Iroh, for being their most valuable customer. At first glance, this might just be one of Iroh's tea obsessed idiocies, but when thinking about it, it could actually be a heartwarming moment; The reason why Iroh sees Jin as their most valuable customer is because he thinks Jin could help Zuko become a happier person.
26th Apr '17 5:04:05 PM HakkyounoTenshi
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** Not just that, Zuko is Iroh's son in every way but blood. He outright admits it. Parents have HUGE blindspots when it comes to their children. Iroh has no doubt heard of everything Zuko's done since ''Day of Black Sun''. Zuko has abandoned Ozai's ideals, learned ''true'' Firebending (from Dragons no less), taught the Avatar Firebending, and is now more or less leading the Avatar's RagTagBunchOfMisfits in the absence of the Avatar himself. Everything that Zuko has accomplished since fleeing the Fire Nation has no doubt softened the blow and coupled with Zuko's very real and desperate apology, would have been more than enough for Iroh to welcome back his adopted son.
21st Mar '17 11:07:23 PM Chetret
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* The Good Fire Sage tells Aang and co. that the door with the 5 fire-bending necessary locks could only be opened by 5 firebenders or a fully realized avatar. Now flash forward to the very last episode of the entire series. Aang in the Avatar State against Ozai, during Sozin's comet. Look carefully throughout their battle, Aang uses 5-pronged blasts of fire twice during the fight. Over the course of the entire fight, Ozai, '''supposedly the greatest firebender in the world''' could not ever manage more than three blasts of fire at once. More than 2 seasons after the fact, the finale of Avatar proved an inconvenient plot device to be ''completely true''.

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* The Good Shayu--the good Fire Sage tells Sage--tells Aang and co. that the door with the 5 fire-bending necessary locks could only be opened by 5 firebenders or a fully realized avatar. Now flash forward to the very last episode of the entire series. Aang in the Avatar State against Ozai, during Sozin's comet. Look carefully throughout their battle, Aang uses 5-pronged blasts of fire twice during the fight. Over the course of the entire fight, Ozai, '''supposedly the greatest firebender in the world''' could not ever manage more than three blasts of fire at once. More than 2 seasons after the fact, the finale of Avatar proved an inconvenient plot device to be ''completely true''.
21st Mar '17 9:13:39 PM Chetret
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*** Even before that, they battled on the prison gondola at the Boiling Rock, and Zuko was able to match her blow for blow. The only reason neither could go all-out was because of the cramped battlefield and their nearby allies: Zuko was covering Sokka, and Ty Lee was in Azula's line of fire.
11th Feb '17 6:57:01 PM qazwsx
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* As mentioned in the Fridge Horror section, Aang had a great fondness for the Fire Nation prior to waking up from the iceberg. This is fitting since his last incarnation was from the Fire Nation. It's possible Aang had nostalgia that transcended lifetimes but wasn't consciously aware of it, much like how he chose toys belonging to previous avatars without consciously remembering he owned them in past lives.
9th Feb '17 1:28:41 PM connornimbus
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* Hama's speech about why she did what she did was amost identical to the speech Jet gave in his first episode, which is why Katara quickly realised she was the ral villain- past experience.

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* Hama's speech about why she did what she did was amost identical to the speech Jet gave in his first episode, which is why Katara quickly realised she was the ral real villain- past experience.
7th Feb '17 10:11:39 PM connornimbus
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* Hama's speech about why she did what she did was amost identical to the speech Jet gave in his first episode, which is why Katara quickly realised she was the ral villain- past experience.
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