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ETA: found the page I was working on at one point http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/FanFic/XJapan . Not cut but wrong namespace. So once (if) we get the bandfic page up I\'ll move the stuff to it and cut list this one.
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ETA: found the page I was working on at one point http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/FanFic/XJapan . Not cut but wrong namespace. So once (if) we get the bandfic page up I\\\'ll move the stuff to it and cut list the linked page here.
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can we do this? Please?
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can we do this? Please?

ETA: found the page I was working on at one point http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/FanFic/XJapan . Not cut but wrong namespace. So once (if) we get the bandfic page up I\\\'ll move the stuff to it and cut list this one.
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A kind of secret vice of mine is reading VisualKei slash (and there ARE some canon pairings even in this field - one I especially love was confirmed to have happened over the last year).
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A kind of secret vice of mine is reading VisualKei slash (and there ARE some canon pairings even in this field - one I especially love was confirmed to have happened many years ago, recently).
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Now, if a cell in the body disobeys its instructions, it dies. (There are biological safety mechanisms to prevent cells doing odd things since that could endanger the organism; these controls can be thought of as analogous to Loyalty.) So if a \'\'living\'\' part of the body does something, it does it because the brain told it to. Brain tells the arm to move, the arm moves. The arm has no say in the matter.
Now, if the arm happens to hit someone else, that is \'\'not\'\' the fault of the nerves, muscles, and bones making up the arm. It\'s the fault of the brain for deciding to hit someone. Ozai decides to attack someone, and the Fire Army responds. Killing the army will \'\'cripple\'\' Ozai, but it\'s not revenge, because those soldiers were not \'\'truly\'\' in command of their actions. (This is, well, pretty inaccurate -we\'ve seen that there\'s a lot of variety in the way Fire soldiers act, so they do have \'\'some\'\' control -but they can\'t choose to disobey entirely.)
Spirits currently affected by atrocities would have a grudge against the whole amorphous Fire-creature as an extension of the Fire Lord. Cut the mandate, and their revenge narrows \'\'very specifically\'\' onto Ozai. Kamuiy that would have hung around waterbender prisons up and head for the Palace to get at the one responsible, unless the guards do something with their own newfound responsibility that attracts their attention.
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Now, if a cell in the body disobeys its instructions, it dies. (There are biological safety mechanisms to prevent cells doing odd things since that could endanger the organism; these controls can be thought of as analogous to Loyalty.) So if a \\\'\\\'living\\\'\\\' part of the body does something, it does it because the brain told it to. Brain tells the arm to move, the arm moves. The arm has no say in the matter.

Now, if the arm happens to hit someone else, that is \\\'\\\'not\\\'\\\' the fault of the nerves, muscles, and bones making up the arm. It\\\'s the fault of the brain for deciding to hit someone. Ozai decides to attack someone, and the Fire Army responds. Killing the army will \\\'\\\'cripple\\\'\\\' Ozai, but it\\\'s not revenge, because those soldiers were not \\\'\\\'truly\\\'\\\' in command of their actions. (This is, well, pretty inaccurate -we\\\'ve seen that there\\\'s a lot of variety in the way Fire soldiers act, so they do have \\\'\\\'some\\\'\\\' control -but they can\\\'t choose to disobey entirely.)

Spirits currently affected by atrocities would have a grudge against the whole amorphous Fire-creature as an extension of the Fire Lord. Cut the mandate, and their revenge narrows \\\'\\\'very specifically\\\'\\\' onto Ozai. Kamuiy that would have hung around waterbender prisons up and head for the Palace to get at the one responsible, unless the guards do something with their own newfound responsibility that attracts their attention.
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