Turtle pls. ..... Oh, how I've missed these jokes. wan
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#1 - mariovssonic
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Oh, how I've missed these jokes.
#38 - kingofunnyjunk
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I'm just gonna leave this here
#68 to #38 - CodeUltra
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As I live and breath
#104 to #38 - haqq
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holy **** balls that's it
#133 to #38 - HarvietheDinkle
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#177 to #38 - anon id: 3a13a8c5
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im confused. what the **** am i looking at?
User avatar #216 to #38 - tkuja
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i dont get it
User avatar #217 to #216 - kingofunnyjunk
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Avatar LoK reference in ATLA
User avatar #48 to #38 - yunouppercase
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thank you so much
#45 to #38 - ifsaz **User deleted account**
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What am I looking at?
#58 to #38 - ledhendrix
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Oh my ****   
 I love references like this
Oh my ****
I love references like this
User avatar #64 to #58 - kingofunnyjunk
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remember that Soul Pond(or whatever its called) where Wan gets healed? In the first episode of Season 3 of ATLA Katara heals Aang with the same water.
User avatar #69 to #64 - alexdevlin
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Wait Wait Wait wait.
Isn't the Lion Turtle that lives nearby the pond the distributor of Fire? I thought the turtles were located where each corresponding nation would be located. That would make the pond close to the fire nation, not the Northern water tribe where the spirit oasis is located
User avatar #198 to #69 - darkdragonswrath
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isn't it the water just Korra got dunk into?
User avatar #78 to #69 - zaywoot
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They wouldn't have .. I mean, humans move around like a wildfire...

The earth turtle was at a desert, but there were loads of earthbenders outside of deserts...

the swamp waterbenders...
the firetribe dragon worshippers... sun duders... whatever they were called...
the airbenders being all over the place...
User avatar #146 to #78 - Ruspanic
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There was probably more than one earth-bending turtle, since there were a lot more than just 5 of them in total (4 elements + energy).
And the swamp waterbenders were stated to be descendants of Southern Water Tribe people.
User avatar #148 to #146 - zaywoot
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right, all the more reason to why the pond doesnt have to be near the fire nation
User avatar #149 to #148 - Ruspanic
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I don't even remember which pond we're talking about here, so I have no opinion.
User avatar #151 to #149 - zaywoot
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someone stated that the pond wan gets healed at is the same that katara uses the water from to heal Aang
User avatar #152 to #151 - Ruspanic
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Right, I just don't remember where that pond was in ATLA.
#71 to #69 - kingofunnyjunk
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Well first firebenders were the ones that left that lion turtle and they were like kinda nomads fighting the spirits. Even that Family's guards couldn't bend inside the turtle. I can say that it's possible for the other nations would be built around their turtle lions but can't say the same about firebenders. Also Wan may be traveled much more than we thought which brings him closer to the North.
User avatar #126 to #69 - Mahazama
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And there are supposed to be dozens of Lion Turtles. Does that mean that there are more bending arts?
User avatar #79 to #69 - zaywoot
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I meant "wouldn't have to" in my other comment
#66 to #64 - ledhendrix
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That one, I'm proud to say, I allready knew about.
#34 - blahblahcubed
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This episode made me feel like I was watching the original series again. God how I miss it.
User avatar #164 to #34 - habakkuk
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why did the first series have to be so short? i watched it all the way through this summer and felt empty inside when it ended :/
User avatar #186 to #34 - mrsgooser
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I wish they would have continued on with Aang and the crew as they were all grown up. I try so hard to like korra but its just not growing on me.
User avatar #40 to #34 - jonboehner
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original blows Legend of Korra out of the water
imo
#7 - baitdoesnttalkback
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#24 to #7 - baitdoesnttalkback
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im deleting only cause i cant afford to get banned. but doesn't mean im backing off on my belief
User avatar #91 to #24 - hecatonchires
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Pussy
User avatar #15 to #7 - halor
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you totally missed the part where he actually learned how to control fire bending from a dragon didn't you, he even did the dancing dragon, what probably happened was there were benders beforehand but their forms were sloppy and weak like the ones who attempted to fight wan
#20 to #15 - baitdoesnttalkback
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im talking about the writing. and i know ill get thumbed down for trying to prove my point but the fact that episode said it doesn't mean that was the right way to go. you are reacting to the episode, i'm saying i would of liked the writers to write the episode different
#13 to #7 - beefkakes
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TBH, this was the best episode(s) of this season so far. You clearly haven't paid attention to the story at all.

First, at the end when Wan said to Rava that he was sorry and didnt have enough time to fix everything, Rava said back to him that "We will be together for all of your life times and we will never give up" and not "Well too bad you, I'm going to meld my spirit with somebody else soul now" meaning all the avatars are incarnations of wan.

And what do you mean how he was a failure and did nothing? He was raised as a homeless child who had to struggle for food while the rest of the people ate all they wanted. What would want him to do? Besides, he showed the spirits that not all humans are ugly disgusting beings whose focus is self centered and destructive. With him bringing the spirits back to their world, he stopped a war which would have destroyed all humans who entered the wild.

Wan also had his bad ass moment when he became the avatar and ****** vatuus ass up. Just because hes not out traveling with a gang fighting a whole entire army does not mean his a bad ass. He in doubtingly saved humans from a possible era of darkness.

Also, back in TLA, the lion turtle who spoke to aang and gave him energy bending said to him "In the age before the avatar, we bent not the elements, but the energy withing our selves." The way people were able to bend were given it through energy bending.

With the way people learned how to bend, they were taught how to do it properly by the animals and moon. Before, people just used the elements, they didn't know how to bend them though. That's why people like toph became so good at earth bending because she was taught how to do it properly by the badger moles and how Wan used fire like it was an extension of himself because he was taught by dragons.

Also, Kurok was only a laid back avatar because it was during a time for peace. There was no fighting between anything or anybody, so thats why he was laid back.
#19 to #13 - baitdoesnttalkback
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Best of the season i agree, but that speaks more to how much ive hated this season overall
#17 to #13 - icefall
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Yeah, and also, as soon as Wan realized the mistake he did, he really tried hard to fix it. After meeting Raava, all he did was try to catch Vaatu.

I really did like this episode.

is it wrong though that wanted some Raava x Wan fanfic?
User avatar #199 to #13 - trivdiego
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do you know where i can watch this episode online?
User avatar #211 to #199 - beefkakes
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You can watch them on nick.com, but they only have episode 4 to beginnings. I also use You need to login to view this link or You need to login to view this link
#22 to #13 - biohazar
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User avatar #25 to #13 - draagz
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i honestly couldnt say it any better myself.
#8 to #7 - fillytickler
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I have to rebut. I can't just keep scrolling here. I'm not even that informed with the Avatar universe, but I evidently know more than you, so allow me to tell you where you're wrong.

No Avatar ever has been as perfect as you expected Wan to be. As the first Avatar, Wan was the Prometheus of this universe, granting humanity the power to advance as a civilization, and allowing them to think beyond their own small monarchy. If Wan never screwed up, then nothing ever would have happened. His mistakes were the rising action, and it's a key point of any show to have a conflict. If Wan were to live up to your standards, it would have ended within 5 minutes, Avatars wouldn't exist, and humanity would still be living on lion turtles, scared to roam due to hostile spirits. Wan's story was great because he was the first human to learn with and about the spirits, not just the 4 elements thing. His was a story of mistake, but he fixed them as best as he knew how.

For the "Avatar Myth," nothing has changed. It merely reinforced what we knew, as well as knowing more about the Avatar state. There's a difference between screwing the myth up, and filling in assumptions with new facts.
I don't know if you're saying we thought that bending was granted by animals before or after these episodes, but this is flat wrong either way. We already knew that the elements could be granted by the Lion Turtle deities, watch A:TLA. Avatars aren't just people who took in Raava's spirit when the past avatar dies, but the past remains true. The Avatar's reincarnation spirit merely contains the power of all 4 elements.

As for no badass moments, as that's an opinion, I'll just say, he fought with the entity of darkness and chaos (Vaatu) while being possessed by and controlling the entity of light and peace (Raava). Not realizing the magnitude of this fight alone shows your ignorance to any plot conflict in any story. No fight could compare to this one, no moment was more badass.
#10 to #8 - baitdoesnttalkback
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Aang was a perfect avatar.
#12 to #10 - fillytickler
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Aang was not the perfect avatar. He was childish, inexperienced, and naive, which ultimately led to the conquering of Ba Sing Se by the Fire Nation, and who knows how many deaths within. He took years to finally take down the Fire Nation, a time frame of thousands of deaths on countless war fronts.
#147 to #12 - anon id: 906868e7
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The only thing inaccurate here is that the entirety of the first show's timeframe took place in less than a year. That's what made the task daunting for him: Instead of having even half the time to master something that took some of his predecessors a lifetime, Aang had only until the next summer (he was thawed out the summer, the year before the duedate) to master all four elements, before the meteor would come, granting the fire nation superpowers for its duration. While I concur that he was childish, inexperienced, and far from perfect, I just wanted to correct that one statement.
User avatar #43 to #12 - Lilstow
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********** you are retarded.
kill yourself.
Seriously. ******* do it.
User avatar #59 to #43 - doctadoc
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And do explain how he is retarded. Please. If you say he is retarded, you must have your reasoning. Go on. I'll make some tea and you can tell me how this man is retarded and he must kill himself because you have a different opinion. I'm waiting, ********.
User avatar #168 to #59 - Lilstow
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lol god damn it.
i was trying to reply to baitdoesnttalkback.
don't use funnyjunk drunk
User avatar #167 to #59 - legitlolz
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I think he was calling him retarded because TLA actually took place in about a year, which was, you know, the whole reason there was any urgency at all to the second and third seasons of the show. Nevertheless, he made the point poorly, and should stop posting.
User avatar #170 to #167 - Lilstow
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wow you pulled a whole lot from my drunk comment.

nope.
just a miss-reply.
was trying to tell baitdoesnttalkback he is a retarded faggot.
#21 to #12 - baitdoesnttalkback
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he was perfect (the people that thumbed me down for saying that should get out of the fandom)

his STORY was perfect. I didn't think I needed to clarify that to you but i guess i do. The STORY was perfect. And he wasn't the cause of everything
User avatar #60 to #21 - doctadoc
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If this show started with Wan, you would be all about Wan and hating Aang. You are so close-minded. And I would rather be out of the fandom if it means that I would be associated with idiots like you. Yes, Avatar Aang's story was amazing, full of feels, action, thrilling plot, amazing twists, awesome characters. But if Avatar Aang wasn't flawed there wouldn't be a story. There wouldn't be character growth. He wouldn't be the character you love. Even Aang knew he wasn't perfect. Seriously, you sound like you are worshipping a ******* god right now.
User avatar #63 to #21 - doctadoc
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You are nothing but a coward. Reveal your previous comment and receive the rage of all fans, you narrow-minded piece of ****.
User avatar #54 to #21 - kiermatv
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well, that's debatable

Yes, he did not cause the hundred year war
He did, however, made it into a war that lasted a hundred years
He was the reason why Zuko never really settled anything with his Father, and why his ship was damaged in the first episode, and why he went into the Hurricane, most of Season One's Problems with Zuko was sourced by Aang
He's the reason that the Northern Water Tribe was ransacked, and the moon spirit was destroyed and needed to be replaced
He was the reason that Toph left home, making their parents send bounty hunters
He was the reason that Ba Sing Se was taken over, due to a lack of Forethought and general **** ups on everyone's part
He's the reason that the Invasion on the Day of Black Sun did not work as they stalled forever and did not find the Fire Lord in time
He's the reason that it took forever to get to the Fire Lord before fighting him due to a sense of humanity (I don't blame him personally, but it could have happened sooner and the Fire Nation would have not destroyed many of what is to be believed as Earth Kingdom Crops)

Later on in life, He was the Reason Boomy (his first born) grew up with a need to impress his Father constantly, but to no avail, and harbored resentment against his father and his siblings who could bend
Why his Daughter ran away from home due to a lack of attention
Why Yakone felt the need to raise his kids to become horrible people
and why Tenzin always felt as though he needed to be a hard-ass on everyone because he was always told that he was going to be the last of his race
But Aang was Human, most of his choices were made when he was still 12-13 years old, he couldn't have known the affects of what he was doing, so he made what seemed right at the time
Also, there were some filler episodes that were just okay, and Korra in my opinion is doing a lot better at not dilly-dallying with information and Story, sure, she makes mistakes, and gets angry

But she's a ******* Human being given the powers of god
#105 to #54 - haqq
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guys   
it's a cartoon. calm down  an amazing cartoon, but still a cartoon
guys
it's a cartoon. calm down an amazing cartoon, but still a cartoon
User avatar #195 to #105 - kiermatv
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Well, that's the problem, no one seems to find Cartoons in anything other than a light manner
This is a very serious show, teaching children, young adults, and adults important life lessons, though full characterization and a great story
They teach how there is not a stark "Good" and "Evil" there is only gray area

This is more than just a mere Cartoon, This is a real drama, it just happens to be animated
#35 to #21 - anon id: 4f5f7564
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Well, he did run away and freeze himself for 100 years, allowing the fire nation to wipe out his people, conquer various Earth cities, and dominate the Southern Water tribe.
But other than that, he's pretty perfect.
inb4 he didn't freeze himself intentionally, ************ entered the avatar state to do so.
User avatar #61 to #35 - doctadoc
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Wan also did not allow emotions to get in the way of his mission to restore peace and balance to both worlds. Aang was all about them loops.
#50 to #10 - jammintdb
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User avatar #11 to #10 - Polomaster
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but only an average father
#44 - murrlogic
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I love Wan as a character but...Aye-Aye had me laughing my ass off.

Wan: Let me pass! I have Fire Bending!

Aye-Aye: YOU DARE USE FIRE AGAINST ME HUMAN?!!! *grabs Wan by the shoulders throws him into a bush*

Aye-Aye doesn't **** around.
#110 to #44 - anon id: 295f6f17
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Im gonna call you Stinky...
User avatar #159 to #44 - chezburgadominator
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Who was his voice actor? I know I've heard this guys voice before.
User avatar #162 to #159 - murrlogic
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Jason Marsden

Think of this guy as the Alternative to Jim Cummings. He is practically half the background characters in all cartoons and video games.
User avatar #176 to #44 - darkdragonswrath
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Love that face he made when he teleported behind Wan.
User avatar #180 to #176 - murrlogic
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It looked like he was cross eyed.
User avatar #196 to #44 - honkan
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Did you get that color recently? I seem to remember reading that comment earlier, but I can't remember that horrible color.
User avatar #202 to #44 - stcronin
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He kind of looks like momo
#215 to #44 - sentryram
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#65 to #44 - thunderkrux
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What the **** am I reading?
#72 to #44 - CHODYTHEBLAKGUY
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is it just me or does he look incredibly similar to the first spirit aang met when he went to the spirit world and met koh. when he first got there and asked the spirit for directions and in a smart ass manner got the **** out of there
User avatar #62 to #44 - tealkangaroo
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your text colour is ******* with my eyes, man
User avatar #16 - terrria **User deleted account**
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That moment when you realize the first avatar fought the god of evil personally
User avatar #82 to #16 - toasthemost
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explain
#114 - taye
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Look, if you had wan chance, or wan opportunity   
To seize everything you ever wanted. wan moment
Look, if you had wan chance, or wan opportunity
To seize everything you ever wanted. wan moment
#194 to #114 - vikingesnumerouno
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god damnit you buttface
you cant do that, I spilled my beverage
#124 to #114 - theblondefetus
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User avatar #42 - lexausaurusrex
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these 2 episodes were a masterpiece ... korra can suck a dick ... wann is where avatar should have been going all along ....
User avatar #14 - halor
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so i'm just going to guess based on this episode that korra's uncle has been conversing long before this with vaatu and that vaatu has promised him powers equal to the avatar...since he's a power hungry little bitch
User avatar #137 to #14 - chezburgadominator
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Yeah I was thinking sort of like that Unalaq is more of the messanger/vessel for Vaatu.
User avatar #26 to #14 - EnergizierAnon
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OH! i was thinking the same thing, more or less.
#143 to #14 - panickattack
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DARK AVATAR YES.
User avatar #173 - darkdragonswrath
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He's not a normal human He's Wan of a kind.
#197 to #173 - honkan
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