Hello. I've read your idea on how Jinko could have been incorporated into the show and an idea about it won't just leave me alone. I think I want to try my hand at writing a fanfiction about it but I would need your approval, of course, since it is practically your idea.
Sure! I'm generally don't read fanfiction since it is generally very corny, but I feel like a good writer could really go far with this particular plot. The concept of Jinko seems like it fits nicely with the globalized post-war future that we see in LoK. Moreover, it would show that Zuko's journey through the EK actually had a deep impact on him. Good luck!
Equalist, you’re a true rock-star. As stated before, I’ve very much enjoyed both your shipping and non-shipping posts. Keep opening those eyes and minds with your fresh perspectives and logical reasoning. You’re an inspiration to us all.
Anyway, just wanted to give you a personal good-bye. Dunno if you caught my general good-bye post (or it may have been deleted, I wouldn’t blame the mods), but right now, I’m in Monrovia, Liberia! My chapter with Architecture for Humanity set me up in a northern village where I’ll be designing and overseeing the construction of a youth center, and (fingers crossed) hopefully a health clinic. Here in the capital I have web access, but my home for the next 2-3 years doesn't have consistent water or electricity, and certainly no internet, and so, for obvious reasons, I must say adieu. Feel free to write back (or not write back), but don’t be put out if I don’t respond for some time – it’s simply the logistics of how often I can get to the nearest internet café once I hunt it down.
When I get back in 2015, I’m gonna Korrathon like no other that Book 2 (and hoping beyond hope for that Book 3!). It’s been a pleasure posting with you. Thank you for making my LOK fandom that much a richer experience. And PEACE!!
Just wanted to give you heartfelt "THANK YOU" for your contributions to SifuHotman90's blog page. I couldn't take all the Mako/Makorra love alone. And, of course, for all your insight on your posts at the finale blog. I consider both you and A'Len to be great minds, and nothing of either of yours is "tl, dr" for me.
I wouldn't be surprised if there already was one. The Firebenders' superiority complex during the 100 Year War indicates that there are biases within Bending society. However, what I suspect is that it there isn't any formal Pro-Bender superiority movement; none of the nations experienced it as far as we know, and even the Fire Nation didn't seem to discriminate against non-benders. If anything, its wartime economic and technological boost gave them equal footing, given that they could serve as engineers, etc. What I suspect is that there is simply a bias against nonbenders sort of like how there was a bias against women in most societies. Just as there were no formal anti-woman organizations like there were anti-black organizations, I suspect that there is just a built in anti-nonbender bias in Republic City. Like I mentioned on the Equalist Revolt page, however, I'm not sure how this could be possible, since Republic City should give nonbenders like Hiroshi Sato more opportunities.