That episode was shockingly dark. It actually scared me a bit. Katara was crying at the end. I wonder how if she'll ever use her powers again. And, also, I wonder if the creators saw the fanfics about bloodbending or if they just thought of it themselves.
Yeah, we're all gonna get eaten by a giant spirit monster. -Sokka
Anyone have AIM to talk about this live? My screenname is sweet1992bird, someone invite me to a chat xD
I found it interesting to see the fire nation prisoners, though; it was even worse that in Imprisoned. It also explained where all the waterbenders went. The things the fire nation did to the prisoners were horrifying. I'm sure most of them have probably died by now, because of the time passed and the terrible conditions. And Hama was friends with Kana, did anyone else notice? And the southern water tribe looked like it was prospering.
But Hama became as bad as the fire nation when she learned bloodbending. THAT'S the creepiest part.
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Post by Silver-Angel! on Nov 9, 2007 21:12:53 GMT -5
I dont think that Katara would use that technique unless she really had to. I more excited about how shes going to use her ability to draw water from plants and even thin air in the future.
Its too bad Hama was crazy, she would have been great for Katara otherwise. That technique is useful to know, but only for dire situations.
Also I think its stupid how they refer to it as "Bloodbending" when what it really is is the liquid in the blood being controlled. I think its misleading. But we now know that offspring bending is possible, what with the "Metalbending", "Lightningbending" and the "Bloodbending"... what do you guys think is coming next? The only element that hasnt shown a varied bending is air..