can somebody explain to me why the airbenders (not sure to call them air nomads since they didn’t seem like it) in wan’s time had differing tattoos than the current air nomads
10,000 years difference. Obviously some things change over time.
12:18 pm • 19 October 2013 • 8 notes
Theory regarding Unalaq and this whole Spirit World shenanigan
If there is indeed more to this “jerk” than what meets the eye, I believe he is trying to fulfill a task of making humans and spirits coexist together in peace. Like the way benders and nonbenders from different nations can coexist in harmony (Recall: Gommu, the “wise and noble hobo” in Book 1, Skeletons in the Closet).
A few theories/headcanons:
4:45 pm • 8 October 2013 • 21 notes
How it should have happened in LoK…[Ep 14]
Unalaq: Well, I just help defeat angry spirits. Now I guess I be confident…Therefore I will cause some reforms and banish that pathetic show with Otter Penguin.
Tonraq: I think that’s stupid, although that’s more because I do not like you.
Tenzin: For some reason, I have no opinion beyond that my spiritual teachings are best suited for you, Korra …
Korra: Please! THIS IS A VILLAIN!
Korra: You remind me of Yakone and Tarrlok … And then I’m sure you’re a villain.
Tenzin: Oh, Korra … You simply can not compare your own uncle and head of the Northern Water Tribe with a sociopath and I’m sure it’s against the law, but anyway when you respect it before?
Tonraq: Well, I can see the similarities…not that surprise me.
Unalaq: Never mind, now my army is coming here regardless of whether you
11:02 am • 29 September 2013
andsohespoke asked: Every time an Avatar dies and their statue is placed in the Hall of Statues, a skilled Earthbender is needed to perform The Shift, a powerful move that moves the thousands of statues back one place, making room for their latest reincarnation. Traditionally, this Earthbender has been amongst the members of the Order of the White Lotus however when Aang died, it was an elderly Toph Bei Fong who performed The Shift.
Well, that’s a good point. I also think Toph is responsible for the statue of Aang in Republic City.
12:10 pm • 28 September 2013 • 1 note
I do not know if anyone noticed this yet …
My theory is this panel is a harbinger of the apparition of the “real” blue spirit.
I know that all masks are part of the play where Ikem and Ursa would participate. But I have the impression that this is not a detail disposable …
At least we know why Zuko has a preference for one of these masks. (Ursa could have told about the play, omitting Iken.)
9:19 am • 25 March 2013 • 16 notes
The armor of the Water Tribe is based on the spirit of the giant wolf.
And that means that we could see it “again” in book 2 of Lok.
8:53 pm • 23 March 2013 • 9 notes
If Aang does this face because of the “presence” (I bet it’s related to that giant blue wolf.), I’m afraid of the face of Korra when she’s in this situation. XD
8:35 pm • 23 March 2013 • 15 notes
Some Water Tribe Guy: Lin's father as a threat to Tokka (not about damned incest, no)
There are some rumours that Lin’s fathers personality may be revealed in Book 2. That’s making me quite nervous.
What if it’s not Sokka?
Before it becomes or not canon, chances are that Lin is Tokka’s child. That would make Tokka insubmersible. But as soon as someone rather then Sokka becomes…
But why if Lin is not the daughter of Sokka, so Tokka would not be possible? I mean, Toph may have been with another man until he died or something.
And then Tokka could have happened. For example: Kanna had Hakoda with a man unknown who apparently had died and then she got Pakku.
It is not possible?
8:23 pm • 23 March 2013 • 22 notes
The reason why Ursa watches “Love Amongst The Dragons” every year.
10:10 pm • 20 March 2013 • 2,280 notes