Welcome to my user page. Well what can I say about me? I am from Germany and a huge Avatar fan !! Pretty logical huh? My absolute favorite character is Sokka, I am Sokkaholic s2 !
I love this Wiki because it is the second happiest place on the world.
I am a very shy girl. I am afraid to go to IRC because my English is not that good, I am afraid of to share my opinions -I don´t know why-, and you might ask yourself what I am doing here? Well I am a fan. I love this show, especially Sokka ! Oh yes, I´m the former user... well my allies know who I am.
I´ve my weird opinions about the characters and I do not have the guts to share them with you, no one would agree with me I assume, let me just say as much. I´ve my own ideas why Katara beat Azula, why the Fire Nation did create their own downfall, and how Sokka became more mature in Book 3. The way I see it, this has all to do with suffering .
I am going to write a fanon about my absolute FAVORITE character Sokka s2. If you have any questions just ask me .
Here are my thoughts about the characters and the show (my weird opinions). Please don´t shoot !!
They all grew in their struggle and the faith they needed to experience difficulties and suffering in life. Though trials and tribulations were essential to their development, they coped with them courageously and wisely and thus expressed their commitment.
As for Katara , she had seen her mother killed by a Firebender, she trained hard to master her element and then she met the murderer of her mother. As for Sokka, in Sokka´s Master where he talks about his worlds' place in the universe. The universe was telling Sokka that he needed more training, so he just needed a couple days with Piandao to help elevate himself above his plateau. Sokka received a white lotus tile in the end. The sword was important because it helped his character grow; it let Sokka become more mature. And Aang had known that his training would be bitter, but he did it anyway. Everyone that had ever done anything of meaning in the world had to embrace the pain of their experiences. They all had suffered, but they had all found power and grew stronger, smarter and craftier. As for Azula, yes, maybe she suffered too, but Azula, as opposed to the others, had suppressed her pain and was from the beginning a very good bender .....
I won't say to much as I'm not finished yet. If you have any questions, please feel free to ask me on my talk page.
My thoughts about Katara and how she beat Azula and become a strong young women.
She had seen her mother killed by a Firebender and later trained hard to master her element. After mastering the art of Waterbending, she met the murderer of her mother. She accepted her pain through the years. For me, pain was her teacher and it was also the missing link to gaining power and strength. Pain was her teacher, a bridge, and a source of power. Pain can be the power that breaks a person, or it can be the power that makes them unbreakable. Pain is all these things. When Katara met the murderer of her mother and decided not to kill him, when she was afraid to loose Aang etc ... She had found her power. She had grown stronger, smarter, and craftier. She grew more than she would ever could if she had stayed in the comfort of her home, partially because her home had been taken away by the Fire Nation. During her journey with Aang and all those years of war, she held her head up high and grew stronger from the experience. For Azula, pain was weakness, so she had repressed her pain to the point it completely bittered and broke her, whereas Katara's pain and her way of dealing with it made her unbreakable.