History Recap / AvatarTheLastAirbenderTheEmberIslandPlayers

28th Apr '16 8:06:52 PM Teenlyokofan7777
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* VisualEffectsOfAwesome: The stage show has some impressive visuals for a play, including quite a bit of wire work and some cool bending duels. Sokka calls this out as the one good thing in the show.

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* VisualEffectsOfAwesome: In-Universe: The stage show has some impressive visuals for a play, including quite a bit of wire work and some cool bending duels. Sokka calls this out as the one good thing in the show.
17th Feb '16 6:24:30 AM LongLiveHumour
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* BeamMeUpScotty: "Avatar State! Yip yip!"

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* BeamMeUpScotty: InUniverse. "Avatar State! Yip yip!"
5th Feb '16 8:24:36 PM ImpudentInfidel
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* CharacterExaggeration

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* CharacterExaggerationCharacterExaggeration: The play versions of the characters are all exaggerated versions of them, mostly based on their pre- character development selves. Aang is annoyingly cheerful and childish, Sokka is shallow comic relief and just makes bad jokes about eating [[note]] The real Sokka is more annoyed that the topics never change than anything, to the point that he slips the actor some new bad jokes during intermission [[/note]], Katara is an emotional wreck who keeps launching into speeches about hope, and Zuko has his angst and focus on his honor dialed up to eleven. Toph is rendered as a BoisterousBruiser (played by a muscular man no less) who does nothing but take down bad guys and make quips, which the real Toph thinks is ''awesome''.



* {{Flanderization}}: The play versions of the characters are all exaggerated versions of them, mostly based on their pre- character development selves. Aang is annoyingly cheerful and childish, Sokka is shallow comic relief and just makes bad jokes about eating [[note]] The real Sokka is more annoyed that the topics never change than anything, to the point that he slips the actor some new bad jokes during intermission [[/note]], Katara is an emotional wreck who keeps launching into speeches about hope, and Zuko has his angst and focus on his honor dialed up to eleven. Toph is rendered as a BoisterousBruiser (played by a muscular man no less) who does nothing but take down bad guys and make quips, which the real Toph thinks is ''awesome''.
5th Feb '16 3:50:18 PM ImpudentInfidel
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* {{Flanderization}}: The play versions of the characters are all exaggerated versions of them, mostly based on their pre- character development selves. Aang is annoyingly cheerful and childish, Sokka is shallow comic relief and just makes bad jokes about eating [[note]] The real Sokka is more annoyed that the topics never change than anything, to the point that he slips the actor some new bad jokes during intermission [[/note]], Katara is an emotional wreck who keeps launching into speeches about hope, and Zuko has his angst and focus on his honor dialed up to eleven. Toph is rendered as a BoisterousBruiser (played by a muscular man no less) who does nothing but take down bad guys and make quips, which the real Toph thinks is ''awesome''.


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* VisualEffectsOfAwesome: The stage show has some impressive visuals for a play, including quite a bit of wire work and some cool bending duels. Sokka calls this out as the one good thing in the show.
20th Jan '16 3:35:29 AM IvanovTroping97
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-->'''Actor!Sokka''': Eh... let's keep flying

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-->'''Actor!Sokka''': Eh... let's keep flyingflying.
9th Dec '15 9:33:07 PM IvanovTroping97
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* DeliberateValuesDissonance: The play is written by Fire Nation playwrights for a Fire Nation audience. Hence, both Team Avatar and the Fire Nation people watching it have different perceptions of it. The latter view the protagonists as the [[VillainProtagonist villains]] of the story and cheer when they're defeated at the end, while the former look at it as a DownerEnding.

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* DeliberateValuesDissonance: The play is written by Fire Nation playwrights an Earth Kingdom playwright for a Fire Nation audience. Hence, both Team Avatar and the Fire Nation people watching it have different perceptions of it. The latter view the protagonists as the [[VillainProtagonist villains]] of the story and cheer when they're defeated at the end, while the former look looks at it as a DownerEnding.
18th Nov '15 12:24:16 PM Kinola
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** A tiny doll of him does appear at the end of the first act to be grabbed by Aaang-as-enraged Ocean Spirit

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** A tiny doll of him does appear at the end of the first act to be grabbed by Aaang-as-enraged Aang-as-enraged Ocean Spirit
11th Aug '15 9:55:30 AM LentilSandEater
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** Well, it ''was'' a play [[ValuesDissonance Made in/for the Fire Nation]]...
11th Aug '15 9:55:06 AM LentilSandEater
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* OtherMeAnnoysMe: Played straight and inverted, most everyone dislikes their interpretation, except for Toph who is the only one who actually ''likes'' her interpretation.

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* OtherMeAnnoysMe: Played straight and inverted, most Most everyone dislikes their interpretation, except for Toph who is the only one who actually ''likes'' her interpretation.
26th Jun '15 2:33:17 PM beack7
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* AscendedMeme: Pretty much everything in this episode.

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* AscendedMeme: Pretty much everything Everything in this episode.
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