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How kipo Did What Avatar Couldn't (A Rebuttal To Your Comments)

Dec 24, 2021
I recently did a video called how kifo did

what

Steven Universe and no other cartoon did before and there was a lot of debate in the comment so I just wanted to take the time to really explain my position and why everyone is wrong now. I've been doing this for about two years now, but I'm the type of guy who makes a lot of mistakes, so it seems like I haven't quite explained

what

I meant, so in this video I'm going to break down how.

kipo

did what

avatar

the last airbender and no other cartoon had ever done before, so the point of the above video was this: there is a rule in children's tv and comics that says you can't do that

your

heroes kill people, even if they're the bad guy, there are exceptions to this of course, but when the villain is a human or a species related to the main character, usually one of three things happens first, the villain ends up Kasich he has his own fall accidentally dying and his attempt to do evil second the villain redeems himself ed before there is a major conflict or third the hero has to find some alternate way to defeat the bad guy without hurting or killing him.
how kipo did what avatar couldn t a rebuttal to your comments
Kids TV and Movies Keepo is in a world that is inherently violent and has to teach people how to win. He knew the power of compassion in opposition to that violence. She doesn't want to fight Carla Main let alone kill him, but at the end of season 2 her arc concludes when she realizes that you can't wait for everyone to turn good, that sometimes you have to take a straight-forward plan of action. to eliminate

your

enemy and protect your loved ones or the innocent masses, of course he didn't. He ended up killing Scarl Amane, but the point of his arc was that doing whatever it takes is okay, that you don't botch your role as a good person or a hero to take down the villain, this is in contrast to Steven Universe, which I'm sort of The ultimate example of heroes not willing to kill off villains with Cartoon Network even urging Rebecca Sugar to kill Spinel and the movie, this doesn't happen of course, and while Stephen ultimately ended up tearing Jasper apart, it was all about least of subverting their morality. and instead of showing a loss of control 1, he was even able to fix it as Keepo didn't actually kill scar limine many of you in the comms to go so far as to mean that other shows like Avatar are perfect examples of this deconstruction because they ended up having to do it. fight Ozai Katara had to fight Azula but neither ended up killing their opponent instead of putting them in prison while the result was the same the point of these interactions was completely different so

avatar

is not an example of this deconstruction that you see and he never had any problem with fighting literally anyone who came across him, his problem was entirely about whether or not it was okay for him to personally kill, in the end he is faced with a problem or whether or not he could kill Ozai since may be the only way to subdue him and prevent him from wiping out all the other nations now, if he had been forced to kill Ozai to protect others this would have been a very serious and dark deconstruction that goes even beyond the key pose , but instead he has magically endowed the ability to depower Ozai at the last minute to make a long story short and he didn't want to kill anyone because of his moral point of view in the end he has given him the magical power ico to stop the bad guy without killing him, which means he never had to change or go against his moral standpoint, he was given an answer that allowed him to remain completely unchallenged. earning it went against her moral standpoint, in the end she realizes that she can't hold onto that without being responsible for the death and suffering of others, so it's up to her to take down scar limine by any means, ne cessary well the show never let it take a serious enough turn for her to have to kill him off it was clear in that episode that through the themes in her arc that she would do it if necessary she wasn't going to let others die just so she can insist that killing is wrong even if it's against a bad person don't get me wrong now Avatar is a great story and it even has a few thumbs in the attic while the good guys never kill.
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The story was less about killing themselves and more about standing up for their own morals and trying to create a world in which they can thrive. All the previous avatars she's talked to have had to kill people in their own lives and this wasn't presented as necessarily a bad thing or anything. that messed them up but it's a necessary thing even if they weren't happy about it this show was smart enough to at least find a way to recognize that sometimes you really have to kill the bad guy to save the good people and instead used egg to talk about the importance of standing up for what you think is right, even if other good people might disagree and not be entirely wrong.
how kipo did what avatar couldn t a rebuttal to your comments
Enough, The Last Airbender head writer Aaron Hawes has mentioned that he originally intended there to be a follow-up story dealing with the consequences of taking power from ozai, that taking them on himself also gave him the wrath of ozai, which would be an incredible metaphor for the stress that comes with defending your morals in the face of such dire consequences either way, I hope this video has been something that has helped you understand what I was looking for a little better. I understand that the heroes had the same outcome in their stories, but that doesn't mean they were challenged in the same way and that's what's important about a deconstruction and wanting to do something compassionate, not kill your enemy.
how kipo did what avatar couldn t a rebuttal to your comments
In the end, Keepo didn't have to kill her enemy either, but for her simply not earning it was against her morality. To say the avatar wasn't bad or worse in some way, just that they had different thematic points and the key pose was something we haven't really seen before in cartoons. I'm sure there will be plenty of

rebuttal

s to this anyway, so go ahead and leave a comment below telling me what you think about this and I'll see you next time.

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