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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 23:32, 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 06:45, 28 June 2008 (UTC)
Aang's lighting redirection
Is it possible that when Aang redirected Ozai's lighting he let it go into the sky ,because the pain was to much for him to concentrate? Just a thought instead of the mercy idea. Tomatoworm 23:34, 23 November 2008 (UTC)
Automated transfer of Problem Report #16802
The following message was left by Anonymous via PR #16802 on 2008-12-29 05:42:53 UTC
- That's not a site problem, that's a series goof, if it even is one. The 888th Avatar (Talk) 11:56, 31 January 2009 (UTC)
Winning an Annie is no easy feat (Although rather easy for Avatar creations, apparently). Anyway, this episode has just won one! http://annieawards.org/foryourconsideration.html
- Sorry, I forgot to sign. I posted that when I was in a hurry, but since I have time now...I'll do it. :D --misken67 06:31, 11 February 2009 (UTC)
I'v never posted here before, but i just saw this episode and noticed a minor goof in the trivia. it says that the floor should be damaged when Toph uses the metal armor but if u look at it what she's bending is the door that she just knocked down. http://images.4chan.org/gif/src/1277343158062.gif .this should show it better.MajesticGladiator (talk • contribs)
- After that, Toph uses part of the floor to immobilize and take out one of the guards. The floor appears undamaged after that happens. Omnibender - Talk - Contributions 15:50, June 26, 2010 (UTC)
- Oh thats right, ok my mistake. I guess i missunderstood the statement. MajesticGladiator (talk • contribs)
The following goofs aren't goofs, so I'm removing them outright:
- Toph launches Sokka, Suki, and herself onto the Airship furthest to the right. Then, when chasing the Fire Lord's Airship, they are the furthest to the left.
- When the Air Ship Fleet takes off, the right side rises first. Then in the next frame, the left side is higher.
In the first shot, the nearest airship is taking off, is pointed/facing to the right, and is the ship Toph, Suki, and Sokka board. The next shot is from the front, and the left most airship is highest as it should be, this matches the first shot, so I've eliminated these two goofs, since they aren't. The Team Avatar Airship is consistently located at the left when looking at the front of airships, on the right if you consider the direction the ships are traveling in.
- When Azula banishes the Dai Li in her throne room, there are four agents on each side. When we see them in an aerial view, there are only three.
There are consistently 7 agents through that entire scene, 3 on each side and one in the middle.
- Aang is facing the Air Ships when he meets Ozai, then he turns so the Fleet is to his side. When he says, "You have the power to stop this", the Air Fleet is behind him.
Ozai's airship's right engine is damaged, so it curves to the right all the way around Aang, and then crashes on the far side of Aang from the oncoming fleet. Ozai flies back towards Aang, towards the fleet, so this is as it should be, not a goof. Aang clearly continues turning to face Ozai, even if we don't expressly see him do this.