I have to be honest now. The reason no summary of Avatar is up is because the series haven’t made an impact. Don’t get me wrong, it’s a great series and I’d watch it again but there’s no lasting impact in my memories. Normally when I finish playing a game or watching something I get some kind of impact of it. An imprint or feeling, something like that. Like I got when I finished some missions in StarCraft Brood War. Sometimes I forget I’ve even seen Avatar. It’s kind of sad. I mean it’s a great series and all but I just can’t seem to remember it.
If anyone would like to discuss the series I’m all for it, but I can’t really seem to come up with something about it.
Maybe I should watch it again? Or wait a good time?
So it was 4 parts? My math sucks sometimes.
So… It’s over. A summary will be put up later. I don’t have a lot to say. There was a lot of fight scenes, and all of them were awesome! All the loose ends were tied. I didn’t believe that Aang would kill the fire lord but to do something else that stopped him. Taking away his bending included a pretty light-show :). A lot of cameos too. Although I wonder where Aang got those threads. It’s fitting that Azula ended as a wreck, muhaha.
A goofy episode before the last one. Pretty appropriate. The play sucked, it had its moments, but it still sucked. Although I wonder where the people behind the play would get all that information. Strange… And Katara had to go and make her and Aang’s relationship even more complicated. Sigh. It never goes easy does it?
This episode was sort of like the last one, only it dealt with more emotional issues. Constant anger didn’t fit Katara anyway, good to see she at least forgave someone. Bloodbending again. Yuck. There’s 2 more episodes. I’ll watch one more today, and tomorrow I’ll finish it.
And the plot thickens (or something). This escape was much better than the last one in terms of excitement and hilarity. I did certainly not expect Circus Girl and Mei to betray Azula, but that was awesome. There’s only 5 episodes left now. How are they going to have the time to do all the things that needs to be done?
Another two-parter so soon? Heck yeah! That prison has a very interesting design, although I wonder how the boiling is so consistent. Perhaps it’s one big hot spring, but with much higher temperature. Strange to see Sokka and Zuko work together, an odd pair. And we got to see Suki again! Haven’t seen her in a while. My first girlfriend turned into the moon. Lol.
Dragons! Yay! And apparently rainbow flames. Awesome! So I suppose that they were the Dragons of the East & West. Pretty nice concept that every bending has original benders. I like Toph’s story about her and the badger-moles best. I wouldn’t laugh at a fire dance, those can be very dangerous (at least in other lore). I can’t help but think that the golden egg was a dragon egg, since Zuko said it felt alive. Or maybe it was an egg full of fire? I dunno.
Technically over here, it’s Thursday so I have the right ;). The thing I’ve been hoping for a while has happened. Zuko teams up with the group, although with bitterness. Katara even came with death-threats! Whoa! Who would’ve thunk? Sparky Sparky Boom Man ended with a boom, literally. That must’ve hurt. The Air Temple had a pretty awesome design. I wonder how they built that… Must’ve had earthbenders to help with the construction. At first I thought the ground had been flipped over, but the actual thing was way better. I’m anxious to see how Zuko will work in the group, but that’s for later. Sleep stands in my way. And breakfast.
And finally Zuko does something. (Epic Team-up FTW) I wonder where Iroh went… All this awesome battling, and Princess Bitch planned it all. Figures. They’ll live to fight another day. But wait a minute… If Zuko now wants to join the Avatar, then it must be that he will teach Aang firebending! Am I right? I’m super-excited, but I’ve already watched 4 episodes today so until tomorrow…
And the invasion has begun! Invasions are much more interesting and exciting when there’s a small group against a huge one, rather than two big ones. It paves way for interesting and creative tactics and characters are given moments to shine – and they do. Those caterpillar tanks are way more effective than the ones one wheels. Aang arrives to the castle, and the Fire Lord isn’t there! How embarrassing. Would be hilarious if he just walked in after visiting the bathroom or something, and be like ‘?’ :D.