Vegedus wrote:Having not watched a lot of previews, I'm surprised at just how advanced republic city is. Like, 1930s New York is it? Another way this series captures the spirit of the old one: Being very, very blatant with it's inspirations, but still mixing them up in an interesting way.
Nix wrote:Forget constructive dialog, debate or differing points of view; from now on I think we should all just throw shoes whenever we disagree with somebody. That's what civilized, responsible people do. Eat shoe, political detractors!
Because they could very well pass as a bunch of really good/experienced resistance fighters? I mean, really. They didn't exactly march is screaming their names.BobSagat wrote:And how would the OWL stay a secret society after they mobilized as an actual army and took back Ba Sing Se?
Or they could just... Disappear? Being an urban legend is almost as good as being completely secret. And I'm just going to stress the lack of communication once again. If a bunch of (non-secret-society) experienced warriors coming together just to overthrow the government is as unbelievable as you said, if they retreated as quickly as they attacked, it shouldn't be too much trouble to cover their tracks. Sure people would talk about it, but it would eventually die down, with the lack of proof and all.BobSagat wrote:It doesn't matter what they're called, it's functionally the same if everyone knows that there is a secret society of elite benders and soldiers. At that point, they might as well come out with it.
It didn't matter before Bob tried to challenge my opinion though.Vegedus wrote:Does this matter? The writers decided they wanted them to no longer be a secret organization. It's seems to me to be a moot point whether they could have remained secret.
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