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22nd Jan '16 5:01:02 PM t209
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** Also the main story of Fire Nation Colonies and Harmony Restoration Movement, which the former had to be forcefully moved despite having assimilated with Earth Kingdom culture, showed the difficulty in reparation to Earth Kingdom for previous atrocities along with Fire Nations citizens who were decent. Considering that many countries during the Post-Colonialism had controversial removal of non-nationals along with racial tensions in RealLife, this is something to be learned for many readers on the complications in nations that had gained independence from colonists.
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** Also the main story of Fire Nation Colonies and Harmony Restoration Movement, which the former had to be forcefully moved despite having assimilated with Earth Kingdom culture, showed the difficulty in reparation to Earth Kingdom for previous atrocities along with Fire Nations citizens who were decent.decent and had GoneNative. Considering that many countries during the Post-Colonialism had controversial removal of non-nationals along with racial tensions in RealLife, this is something to be learned for many readers on the complications in nations that had gained independence from colonists.
22nd Jan '16 4:59:28 PM t209
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** Also the main story of Fire Nation Colonies and Harmony Restoration Movement, which the former had to be forcefully moved despite having assimilated with Earth Kingdom culture, showed the difficulty in reparation to Earth Kingdom for previous atrocities along with Fire Nations citizens who were decent. Considering that many countries during the Post-Colonialism had controversial removal of non-nationals [[in Real Life TruthInTelevision]] along with racial tensions, this is something to be learned for many readers on the complications in nations that had gained independence from colonists.
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** Also the main story of Fire Nation Colonies and Harmony Restoration Movement, which the former had to be forcefully moved despite having assimilated with Earth Kingdom culture, showed the difficulty in reparation to Earth Kingdom for previous atrocities along with Fire Nations citizens who were decent. Considering that many countries during the Post-Colonialism had controversial removal of non-nationals [[in Real Life TruthInTelevision]] along with racial tensions, tensions in RealLife, this is something to be learned for many readers on the complications in nations that had gained independence from colonists.
22nd Jan '16 4:59:01 PM t209
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** Also the main story of Fire Nation Colonies and Harmony Restoration Movement, which the former had to be forcefully moved despite having assimilated with Earth Kingdom culture, showed the difficulty in reparation to Earth Kingdom for previous atrocities along with Fire Nations citizens who were decent. Considering that many countries during the Post-Colonialism had controversial removal of non-nationals [[in Real Life TruthInTelevision]] along with racial tensions, this is something to be learned for many readers on the complications in nations that had gained independence from colonists.
15th Dec '15 9:54:47 PM emmerys
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** The entire Katara/Aang romance is this. Is it cute or downright annoying with the non-stop "sweetie" pet names and oogieness?
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** The entire Katara/Aang romance is this.this (then again, not a lot of fans liked it in the original series either). Is it cute or downright annoying with the non-stop "sweetie" pet names and oogieness?
17th May '15 8:05:03 PM Peteman
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BA is not YMMV
* BrokenAesop: The themes regarding the dangers of nationalism and ethnocentrism not withstanding, the fact remains that the Fire Nation seized land from the Earth Kingdom during a war THEY instigated, suppressed the people they subjugated, and all the while committed numerous war crimes. It's not surprising that the Earth Kingdom's citizens would be outraged over Zuko going back on a peace treaty by allowing Fire Nation citizens to remain in the colonies despite them never having any legal basis to live there.
24th Mar '15 8:35:41 PM jmf6401
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* BrokenAesop: The themes regarding the dangers of nationalism and ethnocentrism not withstanding, the fact remains that the Fire Nation seized land from the Earth Kingdom during a war THEY instigated, suppressed the people they subjugated, and all the while committed numerous war crimes. It's not surprising that the Earth Kingdom's citizens would be outraged over Zuko going back on a peace treaty by allowing Fire Nation citizens to remain in the colonies despite them never having any legal basis to live there.
4th Mar '15 8:30:51 AM ChaoticNovelist
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* AlternativeCharacterInterpretation: In their final conversation, Aang is "handling" Zuko. He takes an ill and possibly suicidal young man, transport him to the tea shop that hosts the few good memories in his troubled life, lets him see his beloved uncle and sip said uncle's tea, and flatters Zuko with praise about how Zuko was totally in the right about what they'd been fighting over. Aang's statements, however, concede nothing substantial to Zuko. The Fire Nation's single desire was to retain its colonies, and Aang flatly states that no such thing will happen, and that instead the issue will be handed off to a multiparty summit. Whatever the future outcome, Aang walks away from the meeting with three victories to Zuko's zero: he avoids a war, he gets Zuko to implicitly forsake any future claim to sole sovereignty over the colonies, and, more importantly, he gets Zuko back onto his side as a friend. Zuko could arguably claim to have secured the continued residence of the colonists in their homes, but their way of life is going to change with the Fire Nation no longer in charge.
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* AlternativeCharacterInterpretation: In AlternativeCharacterInterpretation: **In their final conversation, Aang is "handling" Zuko. He takes an ill and possibly suicidal young man, transport transports him to the tea shop that hosts the few good memories in his troubled life, lets him see his beloved uncle and sip said uncle's tea, and flatters Zuko with praise about how Zuko was totally in the right about what they'd been fighting over. Aang's statements, however, concede nothing substantial to Zuko. The Fire Nation's single desire was to retain its colonies, and Aang flatly states that no such thing will happen, and that instead the issue will be handed off to a multiparty summit. Whatever the future outcome, Aang walks away from the meeting with three victories to Zuko's zero: he avoids a war, he gets Zuko to implicitly forsake any future claim to sole sovereignty over the colonies, and, more importantly, he gets Zuko back onto his side as a friend. Zuko could arguably claim to have secured the continued residence of the colonists in their homes, but their way of life is going to change with the Fire Nation no longer in charge.
22nd Dec '14 9:46:22 PM TheLaughingFist
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** As of the third trilogy Fan Hate has died down and the comics have become more accepted into canon. Still there is discourse on whether they are a good addition or not. With the end of WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfKorra, excitement for the comics has risen as they have become the sole source of continuity for the Franchise, with many fans expressing a desire to see a Korra comic.[[note]]Though some of that desire is to have a definite answer to Korra's [[LesYay ambiguous ending]].[[/note]]
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** As of the third trilogy Fan Hate has died down and the comics have become more accepted into canon. Still there is discourse on whether they are a good addition or not. With the end of WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfKorra, excitement for the comics has risen as they have become the sole source of continuity for the Franchise, with many fans expressing a desire to see a Korra comic.[[note]]Though some of that desire is to have a definite answer to Korra's [[LesYay ambiguous ending]].[[/note]]
21st Dec '14 8:00:49 AM TheLaughingFist
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** As of the third trilogy Fan Hate has died down and the comics have become more accepted into canon. Still there is discourse on whether they are a good addition or not.
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** As of the third trilogy Fan Hate has died down and the comics have become more accepted into canon. Still there is discourse on whether they are a good addition or not. With the end of WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfKorra, excitement for the comics has risen as they have become the sole source of continuity for the Franchise, with many fans expressing a desire to see a Korra comic.[[note]]Though some of that desire is to have a definite answer to Korra's [[LesYay ambiguous ending]].[[/note]]
17th Nov '14 8:38:09 PM AsForMyHandle
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* AbandonShipping: Many people that previously liked the Katara/Aang ship have come to dislike it now that they are officially together due to how [[SickeningSweethearts obnoxious they can be]]. See ShippingBedDeath below.
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* AbandonShipping: Many people that previously liked the Katara/Aang ship have come to dislike it now that they are officially together due to how [[SickeningSweethearts [[SickeninglySweethearts obnoxious they can be]]. See ShippingBedDeath below.
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