History Recap / AvatarTheLastAirbenderTheAvatarState

10th Dec '15 9:35:59 AM IvanovTroping97
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* HeliumSpeech: Aang while riding an air scooter after drinking some Chi-enhancing tea.
-->"Is it working? Is it working? I can't tell! Somebody tell me if I'm in the Avatar State 'cause I don't have a good view of myself! Am I talking too loud?"


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* MotorMouth: Aang while riding an air scooter after drinking some Chi-enhancing tea.
-->"Is it working? Is it working? I can't tell! Somebody tell me if I'm in the Avatar State 'cause I don't have a good view of myself! Am I talking too loud?"
18th Nov '15 1:16:11 AM Scorntex
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-->'''Zuko'''



* BitchInSheepsClothing: Azula tries to convince Zuko to come home, being unnaturally pleasant towards him. Then Iroh tries to weigh in with his opinion, and she snaps at him.

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* BitchInSheepsClothing: Azula tries to convince Zuko to come home, being unnaturally pleasant towards him. Then Iroh tries to weigh in with his opinion, and she snaps at him. Of course, even when she's trying to be nice, much of her usual unpleasantness shines through. Zuko's just so distracted by her manipulations he doesn't even notice.


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* CurbStompBattle: Iroh fights off pretty much all of Azula's guard by himself, in less than a minute.


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** Then her practicing establishes her perfectionist streak. Just ''one'' hair out of place is enough to piss her off.


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* FemmeFatalons: Azula's nails, demonstrated when she first meets Zuko and Iroh, get used during her fight with Zuko, scratching him on the head.
* {{Foreshadowing}}: After Aang's been calmed down, General Fong (who has learnt nothing) suggests trying to find a way to control the Avatar State. Of course, Roku's display back during ''The Winter Solstice'' shows it could be controlled, Aang just doesn't know how... yet.


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* JerkassHasAPoint: Fong might well be going too far, but the Fire Nation is coming close to winning the war, and Aang is the only person at this point who could stop them, if he knew how.
* KickTheDog: Zuko says several very unkind things to Iroh when he tries to point out the situation isn't what it seems, accusing Iroh of being lazy (well...), untrusting and ''jealous'' of his younger brother.


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** Before that, the guard who accidentally called Zuko and Iroh "prisoners", when he realises what he just said.


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** At the end of the episode, when Azula declares Zuko and Iroh traitors, along with anyone who aids them, the two spa workers who'd tended to them at the beginning of the episode are seen panicking.
2nd Oct '15 8:09:21 PM H2SO4
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* ProperlyParanoid: Iroh also finds it unbelievable that Ozai would want them back.

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* ProperlyParanoid: Iroh also finds it unbelievable that Ozai would want them back. He's right, and he knows well enough that his brother would never regret anything.
16th Aug '15 10:28:25 AM LondonKdS
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* GRatedDrug: The "chi-enhancing tea" that sends Aang into a babbling speed-freak frenzy.
11th Aug '15 9:34:30 AM LentilSandEater
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Back at the base, General Fong is elated and unburies Katara. However, The Avatar State still perceives a threat to Aang and levels half the fortress with a single earthbending attack to neutralize it, hurting many of the soldiers.

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Back at the base, General Fong is elated and unburies Katara. However, The Avatar State still perceives a threat to Aang and levels half the fortress with a single earthbending attack in order to neutralize it, hurting many of the soldiers.
17th Feb '15 6:52:09 AM Silverblade2
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* {{Foreshadowing}}: In [[TheAce Azula's]] [[ShockAndAwe lightingbending]] [[EstablishingCharacterMoment practice]], [[CreepyTwins Li and Lo]] tell her that she did: "Almost perfect" because she had "Just one hair out of place". Azula has a mild freak out, saying that: "Almost perfect isn't good enough." [[spoiler: Later, when she's had her VillainousBreakdown because she was 'almost perfect' (she wasn't able to anticipate Mai and Ty Lee's, and later her father's, betrayal), what's [[ImportantHaircut one of the casualties]]?]]
-->[[spoiler: '''Azula''': "Alright hair, it's time to meet your doom!"]]
17th Feb '15 2:45:56 AM Tuomas
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* BullyingADragon: With General Fong we have a rare case where someone does this specifically ''hoping'' that the dragon would lash out.

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* BullyingADragon: With In General Fong we have a rare case where of someone does doing this while specifically ''hoping'' that for the dragon would to lash out.
17th Feb '15 2:36:39 AM Tuomas
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Our heroes leave the Northern Water Tribe so that Aang can begin his search for an Earth Bending teacher. Aang begins to feel guilty and overwhelmed by the sheer power he holds, and the fact that he has killed people while under the control of the Avatar State. At the same time, they meet a general who urges Aang to learn to control that very state's power instead of focusing on the four elements, so that the war can be won quicker. Zuko and Iroh, meanwhile, are outcasts, without their ship; at least until Zuko's sister Azula comes welcoming them back to the Fire Nation with open arms.

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Our heroes leave the Northern Water Tribe so that Aang can begin his search for an Earth Bending teacher. Aang begins to feel guilty and overwhelmed by the sheer power he holds, and the fact that he has killed people while under the control of the Avatar State. At the same time, they meet a an Earth Kingdom general named Fong, who urges Aang to learn to control that very state's power instead of focusing on the four elements, so that the war can be won quicker. Zuko and Iroh, meanwhile, are outcasts, without their ship; at least until Zuko's sister Azula comes welcoming them back to the Fire Nation with open arms.



Aang, meanwhile, after a talk with Katara and another nightmare, concludes that forcing the Avatar State is a bad idea. He tells the general that the State can only be brought out if Aang is either in danger or enraged. The general decides that the only solution then is ''attack Aang!'' He has his troops converge on the Avatar. Katara and Sokka run in to help, and the general decides to endanger Katara. He uses his earthbending to submerge the waterbender deeper and deeper into the ground, threatening to kill her if Aang doesn't transform. When he completely buries Katara, Aang snaps- and the Avatar State is invoked.

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Aang, meanwhile, after a talk with Katara and another nightmare, concludes that forcing the Avatar State is a bad idea. He tells the general General Fong that the State can only be brought out if Aang is either in danger or enraged. The general Fong decides that the only solution then is ''attack Aang!'' He has his troops converge on the Avatar. Katara and Sokka run in to help, and the general decides to endanger Katara. He uses his earthbending to submerge the waterbender deeper and deeper into the ground, threatening to kill her if Aang doesn't transform. When he completely buries Katara, Aang snaps- and the Avatar State is invoked.


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* BullyingADragon: With General Fong we have a rare case where someone does this specifically ''hoping'' that the dragon would lash out.
16th Dec '14 2:33:25 PM LentilSandEater
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The Avatar State powers done, and Aang comes to in Katara's arms, sorry for what happened. But General Fong isn't. If anything, he's more excited than ever about the Avatar State's power. Sokka just knocks the general out, and the Gaang head out to Omashu- ''without'' the military escort. But they probably won't need it.

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The Avatar State powers done, down, and Aang comes to in Katara's arms, sorry for what happened. But General Fong isn't. If anything, he's more excited than ever about the Avatar State's power. Sokka just knocks the general out, and the Gaang head out to Omashu- ''without'' the military escort. But they probably won't need it.
16th Dec '14 2:31:34 PM LentilSandEater
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Back at the base, General Fong is elated. He unburies Katara, and at the sight of her safety Aang powers-down. As he collapses, Avatar Roku contacts him, and tells the secret behind the Avatar State.

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Back at the base, General Fong is elated. He elated and unburies Katara, and at the sight of her safety Katara. However, The Avatar State still perceives a threat to Aang powers-down. As he collapses, and levels half the fortress with a single earthbending attack to neutralize it, hurting many of the soldiers.

While the Avatar State has control,
Avatar Roku contacts him, and tells the secret behind the Avatar State.



Aang comes to in Katara's arms, sorry for what happened. But General Fong isn't. If anything, he's more excited than ever about the Avatar State's power. Sokka just knocks the general out, and the Gaang head out to Omashu- ''without'' the military escort. But they probably won't need it.

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The Avatar State powers done, and Aang comes to in Katara's arms, sorry for what happened. But General Fong isn't. If anything, he's more excited than ever about the Avatar State's power. Sokka just knocks the general out, and the Gaang head out to Omashu- ''without'' the military escort. But they probably won't need it.
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