come on, aang. freshman homework wasn’t hard at all.
Snowy; ENTP; they/them
I should come with a warning label.
Currently watching: Soul Eater (#soul eater lb), Shingeki no Kyojin/Attack on Titan (#snk lb)
Underrated Kataang Moments → The Avatar State
This episode was the first instance in which “love” is used to describe Kataang, even though Katara said it in a somewhat indirect way, it’s obvious that she’s referring to herself when she says how difficult it is for her to see him in the Avatar State. This moment also shows that for Katara, it’s not just about ending the war, something she’s dreamed of since she was very young. She now places Aang’s well-being over a swift end to the war because she has grown to care about him so much. This episode is also an interesting parallel to The Southern Raiders, as Katara is not afraid to voice her disapproval of Aang’s decision but lets him do it anyways. However, she refuses to take part in it because she can’t see him in pain like that. And finally, when Aang has triggered the Avatar State, the look on Katara’s face says it all. Katara has just almost died! She totally thought she was going to die and when she finally resurfaces, the first thing on her mind isn’t concern for herself but for Aang.
DO NOT WANT
but also kind of want
KATAANG, WATER U DOIN TO MY FEELS
THIS PICTURE IS NOT OKAY
Aang: Well, I met with this Guru who was supposed to help me master the Avatar State, and control this great power. But to do it, I had to let go of someone I love, and I just couldn’t.
Iroh: Perfection and power are overrated. I think you were very wise to choose happiness and love.