As much as I love Iroh, and his amazing relationship with Zuko, sometimes I wonder… why’s he so devoted to helping Zuko, but not Azula?
He’s willing to forgive Zuko again and again for his mistakes, but Azula, who he’s never bothered to give even one chance, is definitively “crazy and needs to go down”?
In “The Avatar and the Firelord”, he tells Zuko that the source of his inner conflict is that he is descended from Avatar Roku and Fire Lord Sozin, and this causes good and evil to be at war inside of him, and Iroh believes that the good side will win out in the end. However, he fails to realize that Azula has the same lineage of Zuko and has the same conflict within her. Why isn’t she given a chance?
Now I’m not trying to turn Azula into a woobie; her issues were much more serious and ingrained into her than Zuko’s, and it definitely would have been much harder for her to overcome them, but why doesn’t anyone give her the chance?
RED is an animated short film, which presents a new version of the classic tale ¨Little Red Riding Hood¨ by Charles Perrault. The directors Jorge Jaramillo and Carlo Guillot explore more thoroughly the drama, horror and realism of the story. A journey of feelings and moments, with visual and musical elements existing only to carry a clear and strong narrative.
One of the best adaptations of the story I’ve ever seen.
why are people still reblogging that screencap of Ward on google maps that i posted…
it wasn’t even that funny…
You keep doing that thing with you face where your eyes are open and I can see them while you can see mine.