I just wanted to say that Uncle Iroh is by far my favorite character in this show. I love all the characters but honestly Iroh is just the best. He has so much power in side him but he knows to not let it go to his head. He’s so openminded and forgiving and happy even in the worst situations. I have such appreciation for him.

anonymous asked:

Not sure if this is the right place to say this, but I am so proud of Zuko and his progress throughout ATLA. I really wish we got to see more of him, his family and the Fire Nation in LOK; however, I choose to think that they weren't involved in LOK as much because of how amazingly Zuko did. He was a great fire lord, a great dad and was able to be a force of peace/good. Good job to Zuzu for finding his honor (sorry, couldn't not do it).

Originally posted by behindthezenes

anonymous asked:

When Bumi, Kya and Tenzin meet Iroh in the spirit world they tell him that it's been almost 40 years since they saw him for the last time. According to avatar wiki Iroh II is between 36 and 40 by that time. So the real question is: Did Iroh die before or after Iroh II was born? What do you think?

I think he died when Izumi was pregnant and that’s why she named her son in memorial of him. It makes sense. Iroh II should be about 37 in Book 2 from all the sources I’ve read and the senior Iroh mentioning being gone for almost 40 years could be a hint from the creators for it.

But we don’t know for sure now. All we can do is wait and hope Bryke and Irene Koh decide to elaborate on this further when they explore the Fire Nation in the comics.

“Do you have any idea what my home life was like? Growing up with six sisters who looked *exactly* like me? It was like I didn’t even have my own name. I joined the circus because I was scared of spending the rest of my life as part of a matched set. At least I’m different now. Circus freak is a compliment!”

I loved Ty Lee with her chi-blocking fighting style! 

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I don't think a lot of people get this. Iroh's problem was that he lost his son. So he helped Zuko, who had been banished by his father, get his life back. The right life. By doing this Iroh got a second chance at being a father.

Originally posted by les-disorganizations