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  • So the Protester was in fact the first Equalist?

    Even before Amon?

    Or am i reading the article wrong?

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    • He's the first outspoken Equalist introduced in the series, I think. Who knows, though, he may have been ranting on the streets for years and Amon just gave him a megaphone and a budget.

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    • Call me crazy, but i think he could be the next leader for the Equalists......

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    • He does have the sideburns for the job...

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    • The Air Nomad Critic wrote:
      He does have the sideburns for the job...

      Well, i think he could be a good leader because Korra could not fight him (meLOL) without proving the fact that benders are opressors......

      And he is one of the non bending lower-class, so he can connect to them on a personal level.

      And amon could not do that.

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    • If he were duly elected by the people of Republic City, there really wouldn't be that much any Avatar could do.

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    • The Air Nomad Critic wrote:
      If he were duly elected by the people of Republic City, there really wouldn't be that much any Avatar could do.

      Precisely! :)

      Ps, i think hes from a fire nation clony, due to the way he dresses/looks,......

      No idea why.... :s

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    • With that facial hair? Fire Nation ancestors, doubtless.

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    • Krazykid51 wrote:
      With that facial hair? Fire Nation ancestors, doubtless.

      Now that you mention it, yeah, now i see it to. :)

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    • He kinda looks like Zhao.

      A grandson, perhaps?

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    • I would not be surprised if the writers grasped at straws to relate him and other minor characters of LoK to major ones from ATLA, but I certainly wouldn't be very happy with it. Unless they were able to make a good plot out of it, of course.

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    • Krazykid51 wrote:
      I would not be surprised if the writers grasped at straws to relate him and other minor characters of LoK to major ones from ATLA, but I certainly wouldn't be very happy with it. Unless they were able to make a good plot out of it, of course.

      Let me guess, becuase he is a NOBODY, right?

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    • Not at all, I actually enjoyed his character whenever he was on screen. It's just the fact that, as of the end of Book One, he did not contribute majorly to the plot and was therefore a minor character. I like minor characters when they're amusing (this guy was definitely amusing), but if the writers suddenly decide to make him pop up in Book Two and say, "Hah! You never knew my secret! The truth is that I am the grandson of the great Admiral Zhao who darkened the moon! of Zhao the Conqueror! of Zhao the Moon Slayer! of Zhao... the invincible!" (cool quote reference aside...), I wouldn't think it was a good idea at all unless there was logical buildup and thought to his character's otherwise sudden back-story.

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    • Krazykid51 wrote:
      Not at all, I actually enjoyed his character whenever he was on screen. It's just the fact that, as of the end of Book One, he did not contribute majorly to the plot and was therefore a minor character. I like minor characters when they're amusing (this guy was definitely amusing), but if the writers suddenly decide to make him pop up in Book Two and say, "Hah! You never knew my secret! The truth is that I am the grandson of the great Admiral Zhao who darkened the moon! of Zhao the Conqueror! of Zhao the Moon Slayer! of Zhao... the invincible!" (cool quote reference aside...), I wouldn't think it was a good idea at all unless there was logical buildup and thought to his character's otherwise sudden back-story.

      And that is my problem with it.

      That is that disgusting Loser/winner ideal.......

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    • Wait, could you explain? I'm not sure what you mean by "Loser/winner ideal".

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    • Krazykid51 wrote:
      Wait, could you explain? I'm not sure what you mean by "Loser/winner ideal".

      The idea that the life of a main character has more vallue than the lives of 1000 bystanders.

      You are either a somebody, or a nobody.

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    • A winner, or a loser....

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    • I think Amon started the organization to oppose benders until Avatar Korra revealed him to everyone as a waterbender and a fraud himself

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    • 99.237.250.14 wrote:
      I think Amon started the organization to oppose benders until Avatar Korra revealed him to everyone as a waterbender and a fraud himself

      Bringing us HERE

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    • Dude, are you trying to roleplay, 'cause, you're acting exactly like a protestor...

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    • That was essentially his style, though he hasn't posted on the wiki for a while.

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    • Wish they would have gone into Noatok's backstory between leaving his family and Republic City.

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    • I have not seen any developments recently, and i have been working on my book. :)

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