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@arcus: The use of it. In LOK they used it much like a mutant and less like it were fluid. Each element seemed to lose it's meaning and became an element only. Wind became brutish. Earth became flexible. Water became forcefull. And fire just seemed to get lost.

There was plenty of times airbending or waterbending were used forcefully. Earthbending became more flexible largely because of the introduction of metalbending or lavabending, which makes sense. Fire didn't receive the same emphasis as ATLA, where all the main villains were firebenders, sure, but it got a lot of focus in ATLA

My only problem is the fact that Tenzin didn't feel the need to PROPERLY train Korra airbending. She still did it like she was bending fir or Earth; stiff, head strong, and no fluidness. Its like Tenzin didn't give a sh*t about her technique.

I'll have a section on that later, but she's got more technique than people give her credit for. You just gotta look past her first showing of airbending

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@arcus: Hmm. You have a good point. I would say though I liked the way it was done in TLA better.

what'd you see as the differences?

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Thinking about, Zuko opted for CQC combat in his first fight with Azula and only attacked her with his knifes, which might explain why she stomped him as badily as she did. Azula has already proven to be an exellent H2H fighter, even besting Suki. At the same time, it could be argued that Zuko was jobbing since he clealy was not fighting his fulliest. He has displayed more powerful fire bending in Book 1.

I'd probably agree. Zuko wasn't exactly focused in his first fight with Azula, and his firebending wasn't spectacular. I'm not sure he was jobbing exactly, but he definitely wasn't at his best

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