Q.U. wrote:I have a tingling feeling that Toph might be dead, and that might be the reason why Lin is so upset with her family. Perhaps they don't know, after all they left for their own path. Maybe Lin blames her half-sister for not being there.
\Grieffon wrote: Zaheer seems to be even more knowledgeable about airbending than Aang, and he is being built up to achieve an airbending mastery that is greater than the former Avatar. Considering that the air nomads lived in a place hardly accessible to others, and that they got wiped out, it's strange to have an outsider knows so much.
I don't think the avatar spirit world is the same place as the afterlife. If it was, it would presumably be TEEMING with human spirits. Human spirits can cross there, and in some cases stay there, but I'm not sure every human soul winds up there when they die. Human-wise, it seems pretty sparsely populated. I don'y know HOW Iroh I managed to cross over (I like to think it was a method similar to what some Buddhist monks do to become a "living Buddha") but it probably wasn't sometihng as simple as dying.Grieffon wrote: Also, with the spirits freely come and go between the worlds, can't Korra just go to the spirit world to talk to the previous avatars, and maybe have a few of them come with her to live in the human world for convenience? Aang surely would love to see new airbenders. Unless their spirits didn't just get disconnected from Raava, but destroyed altogether.
BeeAre wrote:What is this, Toph, can't you let Aang's legacy be at all cool compared to yours? Jesus shit.
ULTRADJ wrote: It's funny that most of Aang's friends, Zuko, Toph, his wife Katara, I don't think Sokka's still alive, are alive but he's dead. Either he died at an early age (and by early, like maybe 60 or 70 years old as most of his friends are old too) or maybe he was murdered. They didn't say he wasn't killed, so it could be a possibility, but that's just me
athdlg wrote:Avatar Kyoshi, the Avatar before Roku, gained the title of being the oldest known human; she died at age 230 years old.
Q.U. wrote: And Lin suddenly works it out after acupuncture.I hoped there would have been more to it.
Though if Tenzin's reason for why Air Nomads shave thier heads is actually true (and the end of that episode makes it sound like it might) then it's a little odd that early female air nomads only shave their foreheads (and the moden female air acolytes don't seem to remove ANY of thier hair) You'd think they would want/need to feel the wind as much as males.
Mon-Kitsune wrote:While this seems unlikely, it occurs to me, what if Sokka was assasinated/murdered.
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