History Recap / AvatarTheLastAirbenderTheKingOfOmashu

25th Apr '18 5:08:30 PM eroock
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* CoverBlowingSuperpower: King Bumi utilizes this by throwing an object at Aang and forcing him to catch it with his airbending, revealing he is the last airbender and the Avatar.
16th Apr '18 3:29:24 PM eroock
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* TakeAThirdOption: When presented with a choice of warriors to fight, Aang chooses Bumi instead. Subverted when Bumi turns out to be even stronger than the scary-looking guys, and he all but calls out Aang for taking the predictable out.
16th Apr '18 3:28:57 PM eroock
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* KickTheDog: Okay, so those cabbages couldn't come into the city, but did the guards need to catapult them into a ravine?



* ThereIsNoKillLikeOverkill: Okay, so those cabbages couldn't come into the city, but did the guards need to catapult them into a ravine?
16th Apr '18 3:28:06 PM eroock
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* NoGoodDeedGoesUnpunished: Inverted. The Gaang's "punishment" for the property damage they cause is to be thrown a feast.
16th Apr '18 3:27:37 PM eroock
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16th Apr '18 3:27:28 PM eroock
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->"Bumi, you're a mad genius."

As the gang continues on their journey to the North Pole, they stop at the city Omashu, a place Aang remembers from his child-hood for his friend Bumi and its elaborate earth-bending controlled mail system. The group takes advantage of said mail system for fun, but their antics create massive property damage, leading to them being captured by the Royal Guard. The slightly insane [[TitleDrop King of Omashu]] realises that Aang is the Avatar, and imprisons Katara and Sokka in living crystal; if Aang wants to free them, he shall have to complete three tasks.

The first test is to fetch a key (For the king's lunchbox, apparently). Problem is, the key is kept in the center of a downpour of water above a pit of stalagmites. The pressure too great to just climb up the ladder, Aang is able to get the key by flinging a stalactite at it, knocking it out of the water and over the king's head.

The second test is to fetch the king's pet, Flopsy. Aang is led to a pit where a small bunny is kept...and a giant gorilla-goat! After some comic chasing, Aang realizes that the goat-rilla is Flopsy, who acts very docile when called for.

The third test is a duel. Two fierce-looking warriors come out, and the king tells Aang to choose his opponent. Trying to be clever, Aang tries to TakeAThirdOption and challenge...the king! Too bad the king has some ''serious'' muscle underneath all those robes and wrinkles!

->'''King:''' You thought I was a frail old man, but I'm the most powerful earthbender you'll ever see!

The duel starts off badly for Aang, who continually has to avoid the king's mighty earthbending. The king for his part mocks Aang use of traditional airbender tactics of evasion, goading the Avatar to be more creative. Aang eventually tries to use his airbending to redirect the king's earthbended boulders, becoming more offensive culminating in a self-made ''tornado.'' The king soon calls the duel off and congratulates Aang for his fighting spirit, but tells that the Avatar has one more challenge (After all, what good are tests if you don't learn anything?): What is the king's name?

Aang confers with his Water Tribe comrades, and after dismissing Sokka's suggestion wonders about the previous tests. To pass all of them, Aang had to open his mind to all of the possibilities...Aang realizes what the king's name is. Confronting the leader of Omashu, Aang goes up to him and...gives him a big hug.

->'''Aang:''' You're a mad genius, Bumi.

The two friends reunited, Bumi removes Katara and Sokka's crystal capsules, which are revealed to be made of rock candy. The siblings are surprised to learn that the King of Omashu is Aang's old friend from before the Hundred Year War, and question Bumi on why he forced Aang to do those challenges instead of just telling him who he was--Bumi claims that he had two reasons for it:
# He finds it fun to mess with people like that.
# With how much the world in the hundred years that Aang's been gone, Bumi points out that he has a difficult task ahead of him in ultimately defeating Fire Lord Ozai and strongly advises Aang to "think like a mad genius."

Aang accepts this and now has a challenge for Bumi--the episode ends with Aang and Bumi playing with the city's mail system, at the expense of a certain merchant of cabbage...

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->"Bumi, ->''"Bumi, you're a mad genius."

As the gang continues on their journey to the North Pole, they
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The next
stop at on the group's trip around the world is the Earth Kingdom city Omashu, a place of Omashu. There, Aang remembers from his child-hood for shows Katara and Sokka the Omashu chute mail delivery system, which he and his friend Bumi and its elaborate earth-bending controlled mail system. (a Hindi word meaning 'Earth') used to ride for fun a hundred years ago. The group takes advantage of said mail system for fun, trio gives the chutes a try but their antics create massive property damage, leading to them being captured by runs into trouble after it destroys a cabbage merchant's cart. Put in front of the Royal Guard. The slightly insane [[TitleDrop crazy King of Omashu]] realises the city, the gang is unexpectedly given a feast. The King suspects that Aang is the Avatar, Avatar and imprisons Katara and Sokka in living crystal; if Aang wants to free them, he shall have to complete puts him through three tasks.

The first
deadly challenges to test is to fetch a key (For his skills. After the king's lunchbox, apparently). Problem is, the key is kept in the center of a downpour of water above a pit of stalagmites. The pressure too great to just climb up the ladder, last challenge, Aang is able forced to get figure out the key by flinging a stalactite at it, knocking it out King's name, and based on the nature of the water and over the king's head.

The second test is to fetch the king's pet, Flopsy. Aang is led to a pit where a small bunny is kept...and a giant gorilla-goat! After some comic chasing, Aang
challenges, he realizes that the goat-rilla is Flopsy, who acts very docile when called for.

The third test is a duel. Two fierce-looking warriors come out, and the king tells Aang to choose his opponent. Trying to be clever, Aang tries to TakeAThirdOption and challenge...the king! Too bad the king has some ''serious'' muscle underneath all those robes and wrinkles!

->'''King:''' You thought I was a frail old man, but I'm the most powerful earthbender you'll ever see!

The duel starts off badly for Aang, who continually has to avoid the king's mighty earthbending. The king for his part mocks Aang use of traditional airbender tactics of evasion, goading the Avatar to be more creative. Aang eventually tries to use his airbending to redirect the king's earthbended boulders, becoming more offensive culminating in a self-made ''tornado.'' The king soon calls the duel off and congratulates Aang for his fighting spirit, but tells that the Avatar has one more challenge (After all, what good are tests if you don't learn anything?): What is the king's name?

Aang confers with his Water Tribe comrades, and after dismissing Sokka's suggestion wonders about the previous tests. To pass all of them, Aang had to open his mind to all of the possibilities...Aang realizes what the king's name is. Confronting the leader of Omashu, Aang goes up to him and...gives him a big hug.

->'''Aang:''' You're a mad genius, Bumi.

The two friends reunited, Bumi removes Katara and Sokka's crystal capsules, which are revealed to be made of rock candy. The siblings are surprised to learn that the
King of Omashu is Aang's his old friend from before the Hundred Year War, and question Bumi. Bumi on why he forced informs Aang to do those challenges instead of just telling him who he was--Bumi claims that he had two reasons for it:
# He finds it fun to mess with people like that.
# With how much the world in the hundred years that Aang's been gone, Bumi points out that he has a difficult
what his task ahead of him in ultimately defeating Fire Lord Ozai and strongly advises Aang to "think like a mad genius."

Aang accepts this and now has a challenge for Bumi--the episode ends with Aang and Bumi playing with
as the city's mail system, at the expense of a certain merchant of cabbage...

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* CrashingThroughTheHarem: During their sleigh ride, they pass through an living room.



* FruitCart: The Cabbage Merchant and his cabbages.
* GildedCage: The heroes' prison cell was newly refurbished and looked like a nice hotel room.

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* FruitCart: The Cabbage Merchant and his cabbages.
* GildedCage: The heroes' prison cell was newly refurbished
cabbages. Becomes a RunningGag here and looked like a nice hotel room.in later episodes.


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* InstantlyProvenWrong: Aang's statement "The people here are the friendliest in the world." is immediately challenged by the guards mistreating the cabbage vendor.


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* LuxuryPrisonSuite: The heroes' prison cell was newly refurbished and looked like a nice hotel room.


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* NotSoInnocentWhistle: Aang does it when the king eyes our destructive heroes for passing judgment on them.


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* OhCrapSmile: Aang, when turning around to see the real Flopsy.


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* ThirdTimesTheCharm: Aang is able to fetch the key from the waterfall on his third attempt.
27th Mar '18 3:11:18 PM TMNTFanGirl
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The two friends reunited, Bumi removes Katara and Sokka's crystal capsules, which are revealed to be made of rock candy. The siblings are surprised to learn that the King of Omashu is Aang's old friend from before the Hundred Year War, and question Bumi on why he forced Aang to do those challenges instead of just telling him who he was--Bumi claims that he had two reason:

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The two friends reunited, Bumi removes Katara and Sokka's crystal capsules, which are revealed to be made of rock candy. The siblings are surprised to learn that the King of Omashu is Aang's old friend from before the Hundred Year War, and question Bumi on why he forced Aang to do those challenges instead of just telling him who he was--Bumi claims that he had two reason:reasons for it:



# With how much the world in the hundred years that Aang's been gone, Bumi points out that he has a difficult task ahead of him in defeating Fire Lord Ozai, and strongly advises Aang to "think like a mad genius."

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# With how much the world in the hundred years that Aang's been gone, Bumi points out that he has a difficult task ahead of him in ultimately defeating Fire Lord Ozai, Ozai and strongly advises Aang to "think like a mad genius."



* AerithAndBob: Aang's and Katara's aliases: The Honorable Bonzu Pipinpadalopsicopolis III and his granddaughter June.
* ActuallyPrettyFunny: Sokka thinks this of the king's "jokes". Aang and Katara aren't amused because the jokes are pretty terrible.

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* AerithAndBob: Aang's and Katara's aliases: The Honorable Bonzu Pipinpadalopsicopolis III and his granddaughter granddaughter, June.
* ActuallyPrettyFunny: Sokka thinks this of the king's "jokes". "jokes." Aang and Katara aren't amused because the jokes are pretty terrible.



* CrouchingMoronHiddenBadass: Bumi looks like a venerable eccentric, which he is -- But he is ''also'' a fearsome earthbender.

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* CrouchingMoronHiddenBadass: Bumi looks like a venerable eccentric, which he is -- But but he is ''also'' a fearsome earthbender.



* FluffyTheTerrible: "Flopsy" turns out to be the hulking gorilla-goat, not the little cute pet. Though it winds up being just as docile as you'd expect something named "Flopsy" to be.

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* FluffyTheTerrible: "Flopsy" turns out to be the hulking gorilla-goat, not the little cute pet.pet rabbit. Though it winds up being just as docile as you'd expect something named "Flopsy" to be.



* GilliganCut: Katara tells Aang he'll need some kind of disguise before they enter the city, and Aang sarcastically suggests that he could grow a mustache. Cut to Aang with a fake mustache and hair made of straw.

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* GilliganCut: Katara tells Aang he'll need some kind of disguise before they enter the city, and Aang sarcastically suggests that he could grow a mustache. Cut to Aang with a fake mustache and hair made of straw.straw and Appa's fur.



* ItAmusedMe: When Sokka asks Bumi why he did all this instead of just telling Aang who he is, Bumi says that it's fun messing with people. The other reason was to get Aang to think creatively, which will help him when he faces off against the Fire Lord.

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* ItAmusedMe: When Sokka asks and Katara question Bumi on why he did all this instead of didn't just telling tell Aang who he is, was instead of making him do the three challenges, Bumi says admits that it's he finds it fun messing to mess with people. The other reason was to get Aang to think creatively, which will help him when he faces off against the Fire Lord.
24th Mar '18 6:41:55 AM IdumeanPatriot
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* DisproportionateRetribution: The merchant wants the crew executed for destroying his cabbage cart.



* FluffyTamer: King Bumi.

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* FluffyTamer: King Bumi.Bumi and his legendary monster Flopsy.
24th Mar '18 6:40:21 AM IdumeanPatriot
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* BadassBoast:

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* BadassBoast:BadassBoast: Bumi when he [[CrouchingMoronHiddenBadass reveals himself]]:



* CrouchingMoronHiddenBadass: Bumi

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* CrouchingMoronHiddenBadass: BumiBumi looks like a venerable eccentric, which he is -- But he is ''also'' a fearsome earthbender.
24th Mar '18 6:38:39 AM IdumeanPatriot
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* AerithAndBob: Aang's and Katara's aliases: The Honorable Bonzu Pipinpadalopsicopolis III and his granddaughter June.
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