do you ever get upset because zuko/katara and their perfect build up and they way they were absolute parallels within the story like it’s not even oh, they have some things in common THEY TAKE UP THE SAME POSITION IN THE NARRATIVE THEY ARE COMPLETE MIRROR IMAGES OF ONE ANOTHER gifted lieutenants with traumatic backgrounds who become masters of their bending through sheer willpower and who then become mentors to the avatar
and do you get emotional over the fact that in a show about harmony between the elements zuko and katara literally complete each other and 'you rise with the moon, i rise with the sun' is an actual line that exists it's real it happened it was actually said about this actual ship
and do you ever cry over zuko and katara bonding over the fact that the fire nation took away their mothers and do you ever get sad because katara was going to heal zuko’s scar and help him get closure over his childhood trauma and then zuko helped katara find her mother’s killer so she could get closure because no one else understood that pain and her need for vengeance and to feel powerful over a memory where she had been powerless like no one else would get that i just
and then remember that time where every single finale basically hinged on zuko/katara interactions leading up to that time they TEAMED UP IN THE FINALE OF THE WHOLE GODDAMN SHOW because the only way to defeat azula was for them to finally bring together their divergent paths and use their power in harmony with one another because the strength of the relationship was the only way they were ever going to beat azula and then zuko took a fucking LIGHTNING BOLT IN THE CHEST FOR KATARA
and then she healed him because he saves her life and she saves his because they complement each other in a way only true equals can do you ever get sad
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