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  • Ever since he found out about Amon's true identity as a waterbender and a bloodbender and the Anti-bending Revolution was no more and the Equalists wear mostly Disavowed I thinking about what kind of things could happen like maybe he is doing some community sentence, begging his parents to let him move back in with them by saying how sorry he was for joining a bad group like the Equalist and saying for all of those hateful things he said about benders and specialty ones about the Avatar as well, doing hard time in jail or he is drinking at a bar very depressed feeling how stupid he was for believing a mad man like Amon.

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    • Are you talking about the protestor?

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    • Swampbender55 wrote:
      Are you talking about the protestor?


      why yes I am.

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    • Man that guy has issues, his parents are supporting the Avatar (Aang) while he supports Amon against Korra. Also that guy gets in my nerves! Reminds of me of that stupid mayor guy of Chin Village who apparently sounds and acts like Chi Fu from Mulan!

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    • Warmachine375 wrote:
      Man that guy has issues, his parents are supporting the Avatar (Aang) while he supports Amon against Korra. Also that guy gets in my nerves! Reminds of me of that stupid mayor guy of Chin Village who apparently sounds and acts like Chi Fu from Mulan!

      oh ya I remember him. one minute he supporting Amon who wants to rid the world of bending then the next he known he found out that the guy your supporting is a lier who was really a bender all along the look on that the protestor's face when he learn the truth about Amon.

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    • Knowing him, He'd most likely assume Amon's reveal is a trick.

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    • R.G. wrote:
      Knowing him, He'd most likely assume Amon's reveal is a trick.

      that depends on what you mean?

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    • What I mean is that he would refuse to believe that Amon is a waterbender/bloodbender and regard the figure who emerged from the water as an impostor.

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    • R.G. wrote:
      What I mean is that he would refuse to believe that Amon is a waterbender/bloodbender and regard the figure who emerged from the water as an impostor.


      OK I get now.

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    • sure you did

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    • I dont think Amon being revealed as a bender would put an end to equalists, only the revelation

      The equalists were against all leaders being benders, and believed their new leader "Amon" would put an end to it but he was revealed to also be a bender himself, thus another bender leader

      As the opening on S2, Bending abusing Triads still exist, as Mako stopped one. As long as non-benders are abused equalists will exist regardless of who supports it

      Personally if i was in the Avatar world I would be an equalist, whether I am a bender or not. "He wasnt born with elemental power so hes weak! Lets go rob his family everyday!". Thats plain unfair... 

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    • Even if Amon did succeed and rid the world of all benders, that doesn't necessarily solve the problem. Benders or not, as long as there are strong lauding their power over the weak, be it through bending, money, or political power, it would just continue anyway. And while the Triple Threats may have harassed non-benders, they were by no means their only victims, just the easiest to push around.

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    • Swampbender55 wrote:
      Even if Amon did succeed and rid the world of all benders, that doesn't necessarily solve the problem. Benders or not, as long as there are strong lauding their power over the weak, be it through bending, money, or political power, it would just continue anyway. And while the Triple Threats may have harassed non-benders, they were by no means their only victims, just the easiest to push around.

      Benders are born with bending, not getting it from a lion turtle in the middle of nowhere. (We are not in Avatar Wan's time.) Non benders are just the easiest to bully, but that doesn't mean that they can't live together. Take Tenzin and Pemma. They are not the same. Tenzin is a bender, while Pemma isn't. They still managed to get together. Bending is just a extension to your body. It does no difference. Just you are stronger a bit. Amon could've get rid of benders, but he revealed himself as a bender aswell. My comment is too long, so goodbye.

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    • He is probbobly in jail like the other Equalists or something.

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    • My guess he receved a minor prison sentince for working for and attempting to spread a failed rebellion. I'm guessing it wasn't a large sentince since he was a minor member.

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    • Thinklogic wrote:
      I dont think Amon being revealed as a bender would put an end to equalists, only the revelation

      The equalists were against all leaders being benders, and believed their new leader "Amon" would put an end to it but he was revealed to also be a bender himself, thus another bender leader

      As the opening on S2, Bending abusing Triads still exist, as Mako stopped one. As long as non-benders are abused equalists will exist regardless of who supports it

      Personally if i was in the Avatar world I would be an equalist, whether I am a bender or not. "He wasnt born with elemental power so hes weak! Lets go rob his family everyday!". Thats plain unfair... 


      One, the Equalists weren't any better since they bombed the city, declared bending illegal, and targeted innocent citizens like Tenzin's children. Second, the Equalists were still around after the revelation since they worked for Hundun, the main antagonist of the Legend of Korra Video Game.

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    • As "Thinklogic" pointed out, Mako used bending to STOP a bending triad. Bending is more often used for good than bad.

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    • The official story is that the Equalist revolution threw the very real issues which Amonatak was exploiting into the spotlight and opened a dialogue about the rights of nonbenders.  As for the protester: if he didn't find some other way to satisfy his craving for attention (kind of an iffy motive to give a character, TBQH, but I digress), he's probably running an underground book club or something.  Or an underground press for subversive literature.

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    • There were a few characters in Book 1 whose backstories I found distasteful. I was also not fond of Gommu being a hobo for like fun or something.

      But Mako stopping a triad is a bad example, because that was 3 or 4 "bad" benders vs. 1 "good" one. Also, what is a "good" or "bad" use would depend a lot on one's point of view.

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