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  • I noticed on your Profile it says "Hello, Quamboq." Is this a bot which welcomes every visitor or is there a special occasion for this?

    Edit: I clicked through other Profiles and found one with the same thing. How can I use the same bot? (or whatever this is)

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    • Hey there, ^_^

      Figured I'd pipe up. It's not a bot, it's just simple the template {{USERNAME}}, it displays who ever looks at the page directly. All you gotta do is include it on your page and it's good to go.

      Hope this helps :)

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    • Snivystorm wrote: Hey there, ^_^

      Figured I'd pipe up. It's not a bot, it's just simple the template {{USERNAME}}, it displays who ever looks at the page directly. All you gotta do is include it on your page and it's good to go.

      Hope this helps :)

      Oh, thank you xD

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    • No problem ahah

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  • She's the one villain I've never seen you talk about much, actually. What are your thoughts on Azula, her character arc, and her future, Deist? I personally have never been really sympathetic towards her, but I try to be nice to those who are-unless they are being unfair, and even then I do stay polite. I did like what they did with her in Smoke and Shadow, and wouldn't mind too much if that was her last appearance, though I would like more too.

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    • The Cursed Child reading like...well, the work of someone who'd run out of ideas and was unwilling to admit as much...pretty much killed any interest I had in getting back into the franchise.  The difference between Delphi and a P'heerling is that it'd make more sense for there to be a P'heerling.

      Also, I literally hadn't read the books in years as it was.

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    • Hahaha, yeah. It was pretty messy. Still, re-reading the books now, I'm finding they hold up pretty well, and am liking them a lot. I don't know how old you are-probably older then me-but just keep it in mind, I guess.

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  • Some of the ideas I've heard are; The Avatar after Wan(I really like this one). The adult Gaang. The avatar after Korra. The Dragon of the west. More of korra herself. A mini-series with one or two episodes from each avatar from Wan to Korra(my favourite). In addition, I've thought of Iroh's story but with the rest of the White Lotus, the legend of Noatak(why this has never been suggested, I do not know), the Red Lotus and the Sun warriors in their prime. Which, if any, or if something else, what else, would you like to see?

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    • It's most likely this way. But I think that there are more than one in hundred. Maybe more than every second, but who knows

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    • I doubt it's as high as half, but would guess that it's closer to 10% than 1%.

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  • That thread got removed by the OP, literally because I swore, but I'm personally not going to contest it, because I never liked it anyway. I just thought I'd give you the link, assuming it still works, because I figured you might be interested.

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  • The final chapter of the miniseries focuses on our crazy, evil, beloved, armless waterbender; Ming-Hua. Or is she really that evil? Find out! ;-) Hope you enjoy this dramatic chapter: "The Enemies of Destiny".

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  • The third chapter focuses on the lavabender Ghazan. Hope you enjoy "The Allies of Destiny"!

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  • The second chapter of the miniseries focuses on the combusitonbender P'Li! Hope you enjoy "Silent Screams"! :-)

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  • This chapter focuses on the backstory of Zaheer. Hope you enjoy "Dour Streets" :-)

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  • He's personally my faviorite villain, and have your opinions changed since you saw him in book 4?

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    • The Red Lotus underwent overall villain motive decay after a certain point.  Additionally, Zaheer had some character traits which I'm sure were supposed to be neutral quirks as opposed to villain signifiers, but which I nonetheless found grating.

      So, once the novelty of his being an antagonistic airbender wore off, I simply didn't find myself getting invested in him as a character—at least, not in his own right—the way I did the other three.  His being the sole survivor didn't help his case—especially in light of the outright fridging of P'Li—either.  And as for his role in Book 4: I liked seeing him get nice-job-breaking-it-antivillained, but otherwise found it a bit contrived.

      I will, however, give him credit for not being yet another sharp-featured waterbender with sibling issues.

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    • To each his own but the thing I do love about Zaheer is that he truly wanted what was best for the world without putting himself/ ego before it like the other three did ( kuvira unalq and Amon). He stood for what he believed in to the end while Amon cowarderd after he was revealed a bender, Unalaq didn't Reguard anything he once believed in after fusing with vaatu like there is light and dark in every spirit he just wanted the dark part. And Kuvira wanted unity and order but put her own needs over her peoples even jepordizing the life of the one she loved. But anyway I like Pli as well but I see that as more of a poetic death than a brutal one, one of my faviorite Zaheer scenes is when he and Pli confess their love right before the battle it's just awesome.

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    • Ehh...I'd say that Kuvira only being in it for herself is questionable, and Amon wimping out is irrelevant.  But if anything, Zaheer's being well-meaning makes his half-assed jump off the slippery slope even worse; it's like "you had antivillain cred, but now I just hope you get Fogged."  (Also, for all his talk of freedom, he Fogged a dude.)  And it remains that he was part of what was effectively a team of supervillains with three minibosses who were far and away more evocative than him.

      And...I loved that adorable P'heer scene.  Still: whether or not P'Li's death was "poetic" isn't really relevant to it being an example of a cheap, played-out, and actually kind of grody cliché. (And, considering the franchise, a surprisingly blatant and unabashed example at that; there's some debate concerning Yue, but I'd argue that Yue died for the entire story arc as opposed to for Sokka's character arc alone.)

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    • I kinda felt Yue was more of a sacrificial lamb because she was only in what 3 episodes while Pli got at least 10 and Pli was a unique bender while Yue really didn't have much going for except being the one to sacrifice to save the moon.

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  • Hey, Deist Zealot, I don't know if you know this, but we have a newsletter called The Ba Sing Se Times. I noticed that you have a lot to say about all things LoK in the War Room and was wondering if you'd be interested in writing an article about The Legend of Korra. The newsletter is looking for canon contributors, and it would be awesome if we could get your input! If you're interested, you can message KMP, the editor of the newsletter, in regards to a submission.

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