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** Swing and a miss, dipshit. Aang knew he'd have to face the Fire Lord. Aang didn't fully realize he'd have to actually kill him. It's like a homework assignment which you brush off for being easy at face value but ultimately proves itself to be much more challenging than you think it is. Aang didn't suddenly come down with moral angst, it's more like the rammifications of what he'd actually have to do finally caught up with him and he got repulsed by it because he will directly have to kill someone; and Aang's no killer. As for "duh, why didn't he just let someone else do it?", who else was going to do it? Katara? She couldn't even kill the man who killed her mother. Sokka? All talk. He couldn't kill Azula when on the Gondola, do you think he'll do that here? Toph? Not in her blood to kill. Zuko? Avatar's destiny, not his and the sheer political fallout would be disastrous alone. Shit, he's getting shit and a half for just being the new Fire Lord in the comics, do you think it would've planned out better that way?
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