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Avatar: The Last Airbender

David ( Israel Israel )

Aang’s fight against firelord Ozai in “Avatar: The Last Airbender” – David’s goosebump moment

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“Hello! My name is David. I am from Israel and my goosebump moment happens in “Avatar: The Last Airbender” when Avatar Aang fights firelord Ozai. So, I really think this is a great moment, since it is the culmination of the series obviously, and it is just unbelievable for me watching Aang grow from this funky little kid who does not want to be the Avatar, and is very frightful of everything, he really regrets the fact that he abandoned his people, and he kind of runs away from his problems. Which is something you should not do. He becomes a fully realized Avatar and fights head on against firelord Ozai. This really is impactful for me as I see myself as Aang in life. So, that is why it is my goosebump moment. Thank you very much”.


Aang fights firelord Ozai

In the final battle of “Avatar: The Last Airbender”, as in every story always at the end, the protagonist faces the villain. The struggle between good and evil face off to exterminate each other, one must die for the other to prevail to save the world, but who is the bad guy?

From the perspective of each side, the actions taken by each is the right thing to do, but the nation of fire is evil, and that is what Zuko discovers on his journey, he sees from the eyes of the world a nation that has prospered by using fear on its side.

Ozai, the firelord, takes advantage of the increase in his power granted by the comet that is passing near the earth, to exterminate an entire people, but there is Aang “the avatar”.

The last airbender has to face the villain to prevent a place from being exterminated again by the lord of fire. His fight is incredible. Aang uses everything he learned in this battle, but it is not enough. In the end he manages to dominate the avatar state and with it, manages to defeat the villain. His mission was to kill him, but he decides to leave him alive and punish him to never again hurt other people, a unique punishment for Ozai, removing his ability to control fire.

“Avatar: The Last Airbender”

“Avatar: The Legend of Aang” is set in a world where human civilization consists of four nations, named after the four classical elements: the Water Tribes, the Earth Kingdom, the Fire Nation, and the Air Nomads.

In each nation, certain people, known as “masters” (water masters, earth masters, fire masters and air masters), can telekinetically manipulate and control the element corresponding to their nation, using gestures based on Chinese martial arts. The Avatar is the only person with the ability to control the four elements.

The Avatar’s duty is to maintain harmony and balance among the four nations and to act as a mediator between humans and spirits. When the Avatar dies, his spirit is reincarnated into a new body, which will be born in the next nation in a set order known as the Avatar cycle: Fire Nation, Air Nomad, Water Tribe, and then Earth Kingdom.

By tradition, a new Avatar will travel the world to learn the four elements, after which he or she will begin in earnest his or her role as a global peacemaker. The Avatar may enter a condition known as “the Avatar State,” in which they temporarily acquire the skills and knowledge of all their past incarnations. Although this is when the Avatar is most powerful, if the Avatar were to be killed while in the Avatar State, the cycle of reincarnation would end, and the Avatar would never be reborn again.

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