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This is the talk page for the article "Sozin's Comet, Part 2: The Old Masters".
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Until there is any confirmation from a reliable source (Nick, DongbuFeng, ASN...), wouldn't it be better to leave the titles in open? Is it so hard to do? Omnibender 15:53, 25 April 2008 (UTC)
In a word for each: No! and Yes!!!! in order. Zero 23:31, 10 May 2008 (UTC)
Its great that we now know the Full Finale Titles. But as you can see what we said was part of the truth after all. Never underestimate the reach of the fans of Avatar. Oh Yeah! Thats Right! Uh Huh! Whoo! Zero 06:44, 28 June 2008 (UTC)
Why is it called the old masters
I'm not saying its wrong i just cant figure out why. Pleaze tell me
There's a lot of people wondering and debating this. Some people think it's about the Order of the White Lotus, others think it way mean Iroh, Pakku and Bumi returning, and some people think its the past Avatars helping Aang, and still others say its the original bending animals, ie, dragons, badgermoles etc. We'll just have to wail 'till the finale to find out.Puragus 16:02, 30 June 2008 (UTC)
Wow, Puragus nailed it, all those "old masters" were at least touched upon in this episode. BHynes10
Lion Turtle and June
Was the voice of the Lion Turtle voiced by Kevin Michael Richardson? I played Knights of the Old Republic like a 100 times and I remember that voice from any place. Besides, the Lion Turtle also sounds a lot like Tyro and seeing as he's voice by Kevin Michael Richardson I'm pretty sure it's him. And why isn't Jennifer Hale (Bastila Shan) being mentioned as a guest voice? She voices Kyoshi and June and both appear in this episode.
- It is, their names are shown in the credits. Omnibender 16:44, 21 July 2008 (UTC)
Incorrect Grammar Issue
As I was reading the page I noticed that a phrase near the end of paragraph 3 was improperly stated. They said "Fire Nation singlehandedly force" when I assume they meant "Fire Nation force singlehandedly." I didn't see an Edit button on the front page, so I figured I'd toss a mention about it in here.
Okay, I was just wondering if anyone else noticed this when Aang first swims to the lion turtle in the Phoenix King episode he's barefoot, but there were a few times in this episode where he has shoes on... Just something I wanted to point out.
Why cant' the Episode page be edited?
Is there a concern over vandalism or something? Jongzen of the Fire Nation 20:19, 23 November 2008 (UTC)
- Only unregistered users are blocked, if you have an account but can't edit, make sure you're logged in. Omnibender - Talk 21:01, 23 November 2008 (UTC)
- Or Autoconfirmed, which is what most pages here are blocked to. You need to become Autoconfirmed to edit it. To become autoconfirmed, you either have to accept the first email you get from Wikia and go through the link, or wait about a week and contribute a little. Both will autoconfirm your account. Thanks. Joey - Talk 22:49, 23 November 2008 (UTC)
Ok, so I'm going to eliminate this statement from the goofs:
When Toph wakes up feeling the vibrations of the old master's approach you can see the outside area behind her, however in the next scene when she gets up, the front and back of her "Earth Tent" are closed.
It is clear from a freeze frame that the 'area outside her tent' isn't anything more than the textured back wall of her earth tent.
Still not sure what to do about the goof RE 'Aangs staff' which he clearly did not lose at the Sun Warrior temple. They must've given it back to him after the anteater critters cleaned it off.