Bolin lavabending is a direct result of his firebending ancestry
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EDIT: I DID NOT KNOW THERE WAS A SECOND PART OMG HELP BRB
How would a Blood Moon effect bloodbending?
Children of Humanity [Listen to the song on SoundCloud]
Pathoji is a play on words on many levels. It finds its base in the word emoji, which literally means picture (e) + letter (moji) in Japanese. A common misconception is that the emo- stands for emotion as it does in emoticon. Pathos (Greek for suffering or experiencing) is the ability to appeal to the emotions of others.
The Pathoji crest is actually made up of the letters “AVI”, to then form a capital “N”, in relation to notable Pathoji child Navid (a.k.a. Boih), host of podcast talk show Apartment 6, renowned for learning more about people on a personal level and building friendships. The “AVI” letters not only stand for “Apartment 6” (VI), but the word avi is short for avatar (usually in the context of social media, which relays back to emoji). An avatar in Hinduism is the physical manifestation of a divine entity. This notion is borrowed in the series Avatar: The Last Airbender and The Legend of Korra, where the Avatar is the human incarnation of the spirit of the planet, and their sole duty is to maintain balance between its inhabitants and the spiritual realm. Pathoji children are able to build similar bridges between their peers because they are easily relatable to many people (similarly to how the Avatars in ATLA can control all elements while most people can only bend one).
It’s a strange feeling… catching on fire.
Catching on fire in the sense that, you become completely engulfed in the flames of your own anxieties. In the sense that, your heart starts to race and your vision starts to blur, and all of a sudden you find that the room temperature has skyrocketed. It feels like everything leading up to that very moment was a form of fanning the flames in a poor attempt to put them out. And in the end… you explode. It starts out as a somewhat spontaneous combustion, only to end in the consumption of your breath and soul in fire. Nothing but ashes left. Nothing but dust to pour into an urn or a dustpan.
Others, however, sit in their own dust for a while, because they know better. Something I learned from Avatar: The Last Airbender, is that fire is always quick to be associated with destruction, consumption and lack of control. But near the end of the series we learn to appreciate the element the same way we appreciate air, earth, and water. There’s a reason people describe passion as “the fire in your soul”; there’s a reason we think flames can dance; there’s a reason behind the expression “you’re on fire!”:
Fire is consumption, but it is also energy. Fire causes burns, but first it gives warmth. Fire can be scary, but it is our first source of light. Fire can be destruction, but fire is life.
And like a phoenix, we can rise from the ashes.
GREY DELISLE WAS THE MUSHROOM SPIRIT GOODBY EVERYBODY
Avatar birthday parties must’ve been awk as fuck
OMG THAT LIONDEER THING WAS WAN’S ANIMAL GUIDE WHAT
LIKE IF THEY NEVER MET
WAN WOULDN’T HAVE DEMONSTRATED HIS GOOD WILL N SUCH AND IMPRESSED THE OTHER SPIRITS AND YADAYADAYADA OH MY GOD I AM EMOTIONAL
What a fucking doozie… *cracks knuckles*
Unalaq coming out of the damn Spirit World
Mako about to crack this case and Lin and them douchey cops not giving him a chance
Then fuckin’ Varrick interruptin
Bolin… not being Bolin… and being lame and douchey… Bryke wtf
Mako actually being a legit detective n figuring shit out
Asami’s life basically being ruined
Mako’s eureka moment
About to break the news to Asami but
Then we FINALLY SEE KORRA… hold up why she ain’t in the Spirit World yet
"Are you alright, Avatar Korra?" "… Who’s Avatar Korra?"
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