but they do hurt the same
real talk ok teenage girls deal with their issues better than amon did
Avenge - inflict harm in return for (an injury or wrong done to oneself or another)
I guess I have to give credit where it’s due. Yakone psychologically, emotionally, and very probably physically abused his sons to the point that they were defined by things he did to them before the ages of fourteen and eleven and his elder son cooperated with his younger son’s murder of them both to finally rid themselves and the world of his influence, but he never actually tried to kill them. So it’s Hiroshi who wins the Fire Lord Ozai seal of approval here.
(sorry, I get a tad emotional when I see Ursa non-hate)
You are very, very welcome. Ursa bashing is so strange to me. We don’t need to act like Azula’s mother was a demon monster from the pits of hell to sympathize with Azula; we don’t even need to take Azula’s account as 100% truth (especially when it doesn’t match up with what we’ve seen, like Ursa caving in to little Azula’s puppy eyes). And it’s doubly skeevy because Iroh - who I love! - is such a fandom darling for being Zuko’s kickass, loving surrogate father, but isn’t even a very good uncle to Azula.
namely pulpofiction got me thinking about it and I have an irrational love for Hogwarts Houses + other canons
So basically I think Azula from “ATLA” and Cersei from “Game of Thrones” would hang out and eat cake and dish about being awesome badass motherfuckers and outsmarting all the dumbasses in their universes and basically just be the bestest friends ever
omg, that is the best thing ever.
I recently listened to some guy reviewing ATLA, which was … okayish, but I found myself getting progressively more annoyed as he talked about Azula. He looooved Iroh’s “she’s crazy and needs to go down” and went on a tangent during “The Beach” about how her preoccupation with her mother couldn’t explain much if anything about her development because she was evil even as a small child, obviously she’s just an inherently awful crazy person for no reason.