I can't wait to see some Tenzin and Lin action in episode 9.
So Lin zipped up Bolin's pants with her metal bending.
Get ready for bad fanfiction where Lin unzips Tenzin.
So apparently, Amon is so crazy awesome, that he can resist bloodbending. I'm starting to wonder if anything can actually stop him.
All of you better prepare for trouble
Team Rocket is here to make it double
Pokemon White Friend Code: 3182 1365 4817
Tarrlok - 'What are you?'
indeed. what is amon, because he isn't human.
no doubt Korra will enter the A-state when Amon tries to take her bending.
Season finale in two weeks, so i'm assuming Korra will learn Airbending.
Last edited by FullMetal; 9th June 2012 at 02:21 PM.
WHAT'D YOU THINK, THAT I'D STILL BE A RUNT AT EIGHTEEN YEARS OLD?
GET UP YOU NOVICE! I'M ABOUT TO SHOW YOU HOW OUT CLASSED YOU REALLY ARE!
There’s no such thing as a painless lesson. They just don’t exist. Sacrifices are necessary. You can’t gain anything without losing something first although if you can endure that pain and walk away from it, you’ll find that you now have a heart strong enough to overcome any obstacle. Yeah, a heart made fullmetal.
My thoughts on Episode 9
Oh, dear writers: Please give Bolin some character development :P
Last edited by Luminosity; 9th June 2012 at 02:09 PM.
So that was Lin rescuing her men, "outside the law". :/ I expect more rulebreaking and defiance to be honest.
@Ferbgor; The inn keeper Homa invented it while imprisoned by the Fire Nation, Katara is forced to learn how to blood bend to keep Aang and Sokka from killing each other. It can only be used during a full moon supposedly, but apparently Yakone and Tarrlock are different in that way.
Last edited by Bubble Frog; 9th June 2012 at 03:35 PM.
Can anyone enlighten me as to where blood bending came about. I can't remember seeing it in the Original series.
I thought this week's episode was great, but mostly because Amon appeared again; he's just so awesome. But I thought the first half of the episode where Tenzin and the others went to search for Korra was a waste of time. Sure, they rescued some ex-metalbenders, but they could've done that off-screen. I really liked the flashbacks to the Yakone incident though. The predictions were slightly wrong; Yakone didn't have henchmen hiding in the shadows and Katara wasn't involved, but it was still great. I loved that Tarrlok had his bending taken away, and I'm glad that Korra returned to Republic City.
@Ferbgor; The episode is called "The Puppetmaster" and is in book three.
Oh, and this episode, oh my god, there are no words to describe it. The best I have is "SHGUFHDNVJF!!! :D".
And the series finale trailer? Avatar state, pls.
Last edited by Oswin; 9th June 2012 at 04:26 PM.
Thanks. I remembered Sand bending and not that. Stupid me. I'm glad Amon took away his blood bending. He was abusing it. Plus it looks painful as shit.
The first half of this episode was going pretty slow, but the second half more than made up for it. The energybending we saw in the flashback where light didn't shoot out Yakone's eyes and mouth like it did with Ozai gives even more credence to Amon being able to use it.