Avatar Online Podcast Episode 174

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Avatar Online Podcast Episode 174 – October 22nd 2017

Morgan goes solo to discuss a small piece of news, answer a listener question and review K412 Day of the Colossus as part of the Korra Rewatch.

We are focusing on finishing the rewatch going forward, we have 7 episodes to cover.

Podcast is 36 minutes long

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Podcast is just over 36 minutes long

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My name is Morgan Bannon, I am a 22 Year old Male from Ireland and I am the Site Super Moderator. I have watched and been a fan of Avatar since it premiered. I am also a news post writer for the site and host the site's podcast, The Avatar Online Podcast. My strength as an Avatar fan would be just a good knowledge of Avatar Canon and characters.

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  1. Rocket Axxonu Said: Comment by Rocket Axxonu on October 27, 2017 at 1:59 am | Permalink

    Hey there! C:

    Thanks, I think that answers my question. Sorry if the question was confusing, I really struggled with how to explain what I was trying ask, while getting in all the relevant details. (I think the first couple paragraphs basically sum up what I was trying to say, and I started to get off track after that. >>’)

    What initially sparked this question was, I was reading a fanfiction a while back that has a character going undercover dressing in Earth Kingdom clothes, and is specifically described as wearing the Earth Kingdom square with the circle inside. I wondered if there was anything in canon that made this inaccurate (that is, if we’re told somewhere that the symbols are only associated with the government), or conversely, we actually have seen the symbol/s worn by commoners, the way we see normal air nomads wearing the air symbol, and regular water tribe members wearing the water symbol.

    It sounds like the canon doesn’t specifically confirm anything one way or another. But in any case, I would still be curious to hear what natural assumptions on all that might seem to be, or any thoughts related to the symbols people have. (Ah, I’d forgotten about Iroh drawing the symbols in the sand. That’s actually an aspect of the question I hadn’t thought about—the symbols representing the nations versus just possibly representing the benders. I guess the symbols Iroh draws could just be the ancient symbols of the nations, while the symbols on Earth Kingdom/Fire Nation flags and in palaces are more modernized versions of the symbols, more related to the government… But, as you say, that is all speculation. x3) Anyway, thanks again!

    Korra episode—definitely a good one. I have heard some criticisms of Kuvira’s choice to put so many resources into building a giant mecha versus mass producing smaller, more maneuverable vehicles that could move much faster and make less of an obvious target, but whether that’s a legitimate critique or not, this episode definitely does a good job of showing just how difficult this thing is to take down. (Emphasized by the necessity of Asami’s father’s sacrifice.)

    I find it interesting that you bring up Asami being somewhat underdeveloped as a character, especially being one of the core of Team Avatar, I think because when I was watching the series for the first time, I really felt the same way. At the end of the series, I had this feeling like we should know her, because she had quite a bit of screen time and was a central character. And we do see her get emotional and struggle with things, with the love-triangle situation and later struggling with how to handle her relationship with her father. But there’s just something about her portrayal that feels like something is missing, like we don’t ever really get inside her head.

    Anyway, thanks again, I was going to say I’m looking forward to seeing if there’s any new minor tidbits from the North and South Library edition, but guess that’s already out now. x3 (I’ll be going to check out that video on youtube next.) Thanks!



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