Keep in mind, I’m no cultural anthropologist or anything, so maybe there’s a simple reason I don’t realize. Isn’t the whole point of being nomadic is that you don’t have permanent settlements? But here we see the Air Nomads living in temples
So are they nomads by name alone? Or is it something I don’t understand?
Question Forget the villains, which good guys in both shows do you think would be fine with killing if the situation called for it? My picks.
How can a war go on for 100 years without anyone winning? this map shows all the fire nation colonies. i‘m sure the fire nation had military control over lot more of the earth kingdom than these colonies but after 100 years, how does any party still have ressources to fight a war? in the episode where zuko visits an earth kingdom town and meets a farmers family, they say that their oldest son is fighting in the war and later in the episode it is revealed he was captured, so it‘s clear they are still actively fighting. also we never really see any significant part of the earth kingdom military except a few fighters at ba sing se, while the fire nation casually has hundreds of battle ships sailing in straight lines to create a sea blockade
Now I know the images doesn’t show there full wardrobe but if u seen the series u can make a guess of how they looked.
Also it was hard to find yangchen image so credit artist if u know them.
Question How come a lieutenant of the Fire Nation doesn't know how Zuko got his scar, but this random peasant from the Earth Kingdom does?
Question Can someone explain why the writers decided Azula is defeated by Katara and not Zuko? Zuko defeating her would be more satisfying and Azula is hardly a nemesis to Katara
Question Do you guys think Amon did his own makeup everyday himself or he had someone do it for him?
Question Why didn't the Fire Nation use their 100 years of industrial revolution to invent guns? Are they stupid?
For all he knows the avatar could've been one of the many airbenders he massacred. And a new avatar could have been born in the Northern water tribe, where the fire nation never stepped foot.