The whole gigantic file thing is not what is done in this wiki. Look at every image from either series, in their file pages. Every single one of them is a small file, with the dimensions that are usually used in articles themselves. Even in images that used to have huge files, they've since been updated for smaller files.
Also, just as a general note: a bigger file doesn't mean that it is higher resolution. The current file is just a resized file of a HD screenshot of the series. As such, the current file is already high resolution. It's only the size that differs, but there is simply put no reason to host such large images on this wiki when smaller sized work just as well and don't take as long to load.
The nature of fire and lightning in-universe is already attributed to being energy. The portions on how emotional state relate to how the energy is utilised is at best speculative or just plain wrong, since the only aspects of emotion shown to be truly necessary for firebending are drive and self-control, and both those concepts are compatible with the mind state required for lightning generation.
Hey, I know this is a formality, especially considering how long the forum was already live without attention, though the consensus has not formally been made yet. Three days still need to pass before any change will be acted upon.
Oh yeah, sorry. I completely forgot. The amount of time that passed until someone else actually replied felt like that consensus reaching time to me. The discussion on merging the comic character categories could also use either a final stamp of consensus or more input as well.
True that, though the problem with slapping a consensus on that is that there isn't a definitive one, since there's still a bit of confusion as to what system we'd use exactly. In that discussion, I feel it best to maybe just open a new forum with a clear policy proposal revising the category system we have for dividing between main/major/minor characters in the comics and TLoK.
What they are and are not willing to do is irrelevant. What is relevant is what was shown in the comics so far, and the information you insist in putting in those articles are either speculative or incorrect. At least two other editors have consistently reverted your edits to NOS and SFS, and despite clear reasons for doing so being added in the edit summaries, you continue to ignore them.
Hello. 2 years ago you wrote a response to a post regarding why Wan Shi Tong supported Unalaq even though chaos and destruction breeds war. I found one of your responses very interesting, which says, basically, that having a recurring spirit character in the story adds more drama or certain elements to it. May I ask that you please explain further? How so do certain characters (or spirits) add such effect? Thanks for your response in advance!
What I meant is that having a recurring spirit character would add depth to the world. It's clear that spirits have different morals and ideals. Having a recurring spirit character would add another perspective to every plot. It was very rare in both series to have a spirit, or at least non-Avatar spirits, to voice their opinions on anything. When Korra left the spirit portals open, I had hoped we'd see spirits taking a more pro-active role in the shaping of the plot. The closest thing to spirits' opinions on world affairs we got was when Korra almost ran over that hedgehog spirit in the Book Three premiere, saying something like "you made this change to the world, we're just living in it", and near the end of Book Four, when that dragon serpent spirit told Korra the spirits would not participate in a human war, when Kuvira was about to attack Republic City. You'd think they would react somehow to Kuvira harvesting and weaponizing spirit vines, but they did nothing. LOK took some risks in changing the status quo of the universe, but it didn't to it with Team Avatar. Team Avatar in ATLA changed a lot during the three seasons, but in Korra, it pretty much remained the same through the entire series.