Izawwlgood wrote:Which, incidentally; Ty Lee was the only Chi-blocker in TLA, any thoughts as to whether or not she accidentally founded the Chi-blocker fighting style movement? Or the Kyoshi warriors, whom she taught?
I figured the chi blocking was derived from Ty Lee's technique. I always assumed that Ty Lee invented/discovered chi-blocking because not only was she the only one we saw do it, but people who fought her for the first time had no clue what happened to them. If it was a more common ability, her opponents might would have heard of it and realized what she'd done to them. The only counter-argument I can think of is that Ty Lee's blocking was much more powerful than Equalist blocking. Equalists' victims can't bend; Ty Lee's victims couldn't move.
Speaking of rare techniques, I wonder if lightning redirecting will make a comeback. It seems like it'd come in handy right about now, and with lightning creation becoming more common, it would've made sense for Aang to have ensured that a counter technique would be taught to his successor.
Did the wolfbats' costumes make anyone else think of these guys
I didn't think of that when I first saw the episode, but now that you mention it, yes. Yes they do.
cephalopod9 wrote:"Cabage Industries" lol.
For a while, I wondered if Amon was a descendant of the cabbage merchant. It would help explain his anger towards benders, and he did mention growing up on a farm. But, it seems like they're making him out to be far too dark to have such a silly backstory. Megaphone Guy, on the other hand...
Wolfbats, episode 6:
I spent the weekend visiting my parents for Mothers' Day, so this was the first episode I missed on initial airing and had to watch on nick.com. Apparently, I missed this
. Spongebob's a dick.