it is suppose to be a scary kind of type like zuko captures katara waterbending lockes her up in a dark cave aang lookes for katara but failes to find her but suddenly aang found footprints and kataras neclace and follows the footprints . he picked up the neclace when he saw zuko holding katara and took a knife zuko says put your weapions down or she will be mine.aang dident know what zuko will do but zuko throws her into the river. aang gets so angry his arrow begane to glow and throws zuko in the river and lockes him. katara was lost so aag looked everywhere and found her in the fire naions prison . aang weres fire nations coustume and saves katara when zuko found out he was fiercece. when aang was standing near the door sees appa and sokka and tough aang and katara escapes . tough toughut aang how to earthbend zuko finally jonies the team and starts teaching aang firebending. the end
simroon age 7
I really don't care if your seven, i can't even read this because of your terrible grammar, and no one cares about your ideas on how it should be. They already made it so deal with it.--Boxerbob123 14:22, January 4, 2010 (UTC)
I Wonder Edit
Regarding the Judeo-Christian talk in the Trivia section: Edit
Does anybody else think that it's kinda reading too much into it? I mean how does Roku resemble God, and Yue resemble Mary (which I personally don't really see at all, so saying she physically resembles her is a total stretch as is) yet also resemble angels? Zuko didn't betray Aang, he wasn't even on his side, yet. I never got a satanic vibe from the whole wreathed in flame thing, and in all honesty, linking Christ to Aang just because he had doubts in his journey and had to be reassured doesn't work because plenty of religious legends, including that of Gautama Buddha, founder of Buddhism, used that idea.
I mean, it sounds like you can easily find all of these "references" in non-Christian religions, and even in plenty of non-religious works. None of these things link to any source, nor do they talk about anything easily verifiable in the series, or something easily figured out (Aang talking about honor? It cuts to Zuko right when he says that, so the implication is obvious) it just sounds like the author's opinion, and personally, I think it should just be removed.
Sharkman 18.104.22.168 15:00, September 2, 2010 (UTC)