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When you’ve been abused by a parent like that dealing with anything afterwords is terrifying.
I can only imagine the emotions Zuko was feeling when he apologised to Iroh there.
^This is one of the reasons that I think going in to apologize to Iroh is one of the bravest things that Zuko’s ever done, because of how much it must have terrified him to do so (Iroh would never hurt Zuko like that, but that fear had to have been at the top of Zuko’s mind at this moment)
And why I love Iroh so, so much for being who he is.
I will always think of this when I watch that scene now.
That last frame is just before he leaps, mind. I left it incomplete cause it seemed redundant. It was just the same shot they’d already made.
I liked the scene as it was originally shown, don’t get me wrong. I just felt it’d have been a little better if they made it clearer why he was able to begin flying and also add a little more sympathy to the guy.
If you really stop to the think about it, this is a season where the bad guys were the underdogs. It was interesting, because they were the one’s struggling and fighting the big fight, yet that still made them threatening through simple desperation. If I ever want to rebuke someone who says a ‘weak’ bad guy can’t be threatening, Imma just point to Legend of Korra Book 3.
Your beautiful idea is breaking my heart.
My reaction to this gif went from stone-faced “this is dumb” to full-on snickering gleefully in about fifteen seconds.
you can’t just drop shit like this on my dash i hurt myself laughing
I am still confused, I have no idea what happened.
Time Attack 2014, Round 3: Lakeside Park
The GT-FOUR cocks a leg up Hungry Corner, proving once and for all that:
A) GT-FOURs are fucking awesome, and;
B) that the purchase of DMS coilovers was entirely justified.
Modifications: 3” exhaust, pod filter
Tyres: Kumho KU36