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18th Jun '16 3:54:53 PM VanHohenheimOfXerxes
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* Azula's "I am a 400-foot-tall purple platypus-bear with pink horns and silver wings" line, which she uses to demonstrate that Toph's LivingLieDetector abilities won't work on her, doesn't initially seem like a good demonstration of Azula's {{consummate l|iar}}ying abilities. After all, she's not trying to fool anyone into thinking she ''is'' a 400-foot-tall purple platypus-bear with pink horns and silver wings. But on a subtler level, this actually ''is'' a good demonstration of Azula's deception skills, since she threw out a bogus line without Toph realizing it was a bluff.
16th Jun '16 11:53:22 PM MelancholyUtopia
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* Sozin (Zuko's great grandfather and Roku's (Aang's past life and also Zuko's great grandfather) friendship and Zuko's and Aang's friendship at the end of the series are strong GenerationXerox parallells with slight modifications. While Sozin's and Roku's friendship ended on a tragic note with Sozin betraying him. In essence, that means their friendship got torn down. Then their descendants, Zuko and Aang, come along and not only restore the peace in the world; they also patch up things with each other, fixing what their ancestors ruined.

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* Sozin (Zuko's great grandfather grandfather) and Roku's (Aang's past life and also Zuko's great grandfather) friendship and Zuko's and Aang's friendship at the end of the series are strong GenerationXerox parallells with slight modifications. While Sozin's and Roku's friendship ended on a tragic note with Sozin betraying him. In him, so in essence, that means their friendship got torn down. Then their descendants, Zuko and Aang, come along and not only restore the peace in the world; they also patch up things with each other, fixing what their ancestors ruined.
16th Jun '16 11:51:43 PM MelancholyUtopia
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* Sozin (Zuko's great grandfather and Roku's (Aang's past life and also Zuko's great grandfather) friendship and Zuko's and Aang's friendship at the end of the series are strong GenerationXerox parallells with slight modifications. While Sozin's and Roku's friendship ended on a tragic note with Sozin betraying him. In essence, that means their friendship got torn down. Then their descendants, Zuko and Aang, come along and not only restore the peace in the world; they also patch up things with each other, fixing what their ancestors ruined.
3rd Jun '16 4:32:58 PM EfficaciousBunny
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* The order of elements Aang has to master ties into his personal growth during the seasons. At the opening of season 1, Aang doesn't realize at first that there is a war going on and that the world as he knows it isn't the same. Only after visitng the ruins of what used to be his home temple and seeing the skeleton of his mentor does Aang realize that he has a responsbility to the world and can't go back to his old life anymore. Throughout season 1, he has to deal with the duty of being the Avatar. What element does Aang have to master for this season? Water, the element of change. Then next in season 2 is earth, the element of substance, whose discipline requires firmness and strength. Halfway through the season, Aang loses his animal companion and living relic of his old life, Appa and almost loses hope. Also the gang has to deal with delivering crucial info that could end the war to the Earth King past ObstructiveBearucrats, the Dai Li. Finally, Aang learns fire, the element of desire and deciveness in the last season where he faces off against Fire Lord Ozai. In the last first episodes he struggles against killing the Fire Lord due to his pacifist nature despite everyone telling him he must do it. Also in the last episode Aang and Katara kiss, thereby confirming their relationship, something both of them had desired to do.

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* The order of elements Aang has to master ties into his personal growth during the seasons. At the opening of season 1, Aang doesn't realize at first that there is a war going on and that the world as he knows it isn't the same. Only after visitng visiting the ruins of what used to be his home temple and seeing the skeleton of his mentor does Aang realize that he has a responsbility responsibility to the world and can't go back to his old life anymore. Throughout season 1, he has to deal with the duty of being the Avatar. What element does Aang have to master for this season? Water, the element of change. Then next in season 2 is earth, the element of substance, whose discipline requires firmness and strength. Halfway through the season, Aang loses his animal companion and living relic of his old life, Appa and almost loses hope. Also the gang has to deal with delivering crucial info that could end the war to the Earth King past ObstructiveBearucrats, ObstructiveBureaucrats, the Dai Li. Finally, Aang learns fire, the element of desire and deciveness decisiveness in the last season where he faces off against Fire Lord Ozai. In the last first episodes he struggles against killing the Fire Lord due to his pacifist nature despite everyone telling him he must do it. Also in the last episode Aang and Katara kiss, thereby confirming their relationship, something both of them had desired to do.
1st May '16 10:12:29 PM HiddenWindshield
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** Each of the four classic elements were associated with a particular season: water with winter, earth with spring, fire with summer, and air with autumn. Each "Book" of ATLA occurred during the corresponding season: The winter solstice (the middle of winter) occurred in the middle of book 1 (water); Roku said the comet would come at the end of summer, and the comet came at the end of book 3 (Fire).
29th Apr '16 4:18:53 PM nombretomado
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* Somewhere up-page, someone made a joke about ''CaptainPlanet'', but let's run with that for a second:

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* Somewhere up-page, someone made a joke about ''CaptainPlanet'', ''WesternAnimation/{{Captain Planet|and the Planeteers}}'', but let's run with that for a second:
11th Mar '16 8:11:13 AM Ifreann
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** Iroh describes air as the element of freedom. What does Aang do when he first firebends? Allows it too much freedom.
23rd Feb '16 2:33:12 PM EDP
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* Guru Pathik implies that some had already performed Metalbending in the past, but why was that skill lost? They couldn't figure how to teach it. ''That'' is Toph's greatest achievement: she managed to teach it to less awesome benders.
20th Feb '16 10:56:16 PM akanesarumara
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* If there was any person in the world who was capable of inventing Metalbending, previously thought impossible, it was Toph, who has used seismic sense basically all her life. No other Earthbender would have gained a look as thorough at metal as her and notices the tiny impurities of Earth left in it, ready to be abused.
20th Feb '16 9:10:26 AM HakkyounoTenshi
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** Legend of Korra implies that Zuko became Aang's best (human) friend.
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