Appa Gangnam style?
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That's something I haven't heard of in a long time
He surely became the coolest kid in school for a while after that, if he wasn’t already
Only the MVP, star of the basketball team, could win the game. But when the team needed him most, he vanished.
Every time we played dodgeball this is how I imagined myself, the reality was far more clumsy and unarousing
Everything is perfect there. The dodge, the headshot after landing. The guy from the opposing team reacting to it.
no better way to portray the og team
I feel like they asked each person what they wanted, have an artist draw them or they can draw themselves and Saka was like "psh, give me that, I'm the best artist in my village!"
i like how Zuko and Katara’s eyes are closed, while Toph’s are open
So how did y’all decide which element was whom
Oh I don’t believe that whole each element is a personality type. We’ve seen every bender have a different personality and considering lion turtles gave elements to people at random regardless of personality I can’t justify it.
It definitely was personality based! Anytime we asked someone they could match each of us to our chosen elements!
Yeah I really hope everyone chose a element that matches their personality.
For example, I always loved to be a firebender. It always seemed coolest to me. But then my gf told me I'd probably be an earth bender: stubborn, strong will, perceverance.
Man if we can get actors like that we could make a live action movie. To bad there isn’t a movie
I would have liked it if Katara and Sokka were Inuit. I always pictured them that way.
I would definitely watch that
Shame really, there could be a lot of money in making a movie like this from such a great TV show
Aaron Ehasz positively influenced many crucial plot elements of ATLA and I always felt that LOK would have benefited greatly from his input.
While he isn't working on Avatar-related franchise in this case (as far as we know), I'm still excited to see what he'll do.
We're getting another avatar series?
AND a game?
I always wanted to forget it completely and watch it again
Don't watch it for a decade.
Decade might not be enough for me at least.
That’s a friend to keep. Also I think a second watching may be due for me, there are many things from Seasons 1 and 2 that I don’t recall as vividly as I do things from Season 3. I don’t think I’ve ever binged the whole series, actually. I may start today on my break from class :)
Anyone realize that whenever Zuko uses his breakdancing move he always gains the upperhand?Agni Kai against Zhao Against earthbenders in "Zuko Alone"
When your passion is dance, but your psychotic dad insists you practice firebending instead.
I absolutely loved the flamethrower sound effect they used for comet-enhanced firebending.
Also, the way Azula breaks down more and more throughout the fight after seeing Zuko, who she thought was weak, effortlessly block her attack was such a nice detail. The way she completely looses it at the end after seeing everything she's worked for taken away is just chilling.
Lastly, . No epic battle music that most show would've used to "hype up" the scene. It's just a simple and heart wrenching theme.
In the end, it's just brother and sister having to fight each other to their certain deaths and the music highlights that perfectly.
The way Zuko says "No you're not" has so much emotion driven into it. He doesn't want to fight his sister, but he knows he has no choice. It's amazing.
10/10 no doubt the best fight of the entire series.
As mentioned elsewhere in this lovely thread, that's because it's based on airbending (spinning/circles) and most Fire Nation benders never bothered to learn from other cultures. Iroh did, and he passed it on to his nephew. See also the redirection of Azula's flame (from waterbending) and the widening of his stance/grounding (earthbending). :)
I'm still not over the fact that Aang only won because his booboo hit a rock
Thats not the only reason he won. He could have won earlier but he didnt redirect the lightning at Ozai. It was an equal battle if you ask me. Ozai nearly won because of his killer, no-mercy attitude. Aang could have won if he had been a little more like that without having to hit the rock and all that, but this was a good ending. Way better than straight murdering Ozai in my opinion
I still feel the chills I got from watching this almost a decade ago..
You should be crediting the creator of this piece
Shoutout to u/farbenfluesterer
Goddamn this is cool
Did /u/goofydos remove