|Reviews for Morality Chain|
| Guest chapter 9 . 3/12
this is probably one of tha longer chapter i have ever read...impressive
| Ecomadness chapter 29 . 3/11
Loved this chap can't wait for more. Hope u update soon.
| euroteres chapter 9 . 3/9
The best part is that it is ENTIRELY believable that Bumi could come up with something like that in the situation he's in.
| scribbles chapter 29 . 3/8
Would healing fire need to use a source of "outward" fire?
| scribbles chapter 29 . 3/8
I forgot to say bye! Sorry. I might be back.
| scribbles chapter 29 . 3/8
Azula uses flames to do things like jump over Appa, right? (I imagine Aang uses air for that.) Well, what if Zuko uses the same concept to improve the strength of his blows? Azula does a little of that already, and I think Iron too, if he feels like it...and probably pushes (one tiny little push!) his target away the length of a dragon's arm when he's pissed. Imagine, Zuko eventually doing that! (Azula could definitely do that too, but it seems too...straightforward for her. Almost bordering on brawler.) But it would be cool to see Zuko shove his opponent and the guy stop some yards away. Well, I hope you give Azula a happy ending, and that there are lots of Bumi vs. Toph matches in this fanfic (those were fun!). I'm sad that Toph didn't be the first to figure out metalbending (great for Bumi though). Could you have her figure something else out? She definitely needs to find out that the sea has salt (don't drown and die!). Maybe rediscover how to bend lava or something?
| y1fellas chapter 29 . 3/6
Not sure why Zuko would need help sneaking around, being the Blue Spirit and all. We've seen in the show that Zuko is practically a freaking ninja when it comes to stealth. Honestly, I'd say stealth is one of the few skills Zuko would be better at than Azula.
| somthingIlearned chapter 29 . 3/6
Children see dolls as little people. Azula is a pyschopath. That doesn't mean she's Evil. It makes it a lot easier for her to BECOME Evil (and/or go insane). But nobody starts out as a monster. Some just have a bigger chance of becoming one.
| scribbles chapter 29 . 3/6
Ummm...it would really help if the other nations get to really know each other. Azula could probably trigger that, pissing of the nations in subtle ways that the only way to get back at her is to understand other nations or something. The people who are going to cause problems for Korra are going to do it anyway, whether others have a better grasp of their culture or not. It'll save a lot of problems, like keeping Aang and Katara's family together. The one huge reason it probably fell apart was Aang took Tenzin for one on one training. Air Nomads. Meaning the pilgramge was tradition. Even if you don't have a family with half deeply ingrained with a sense of community, that's really bad.
Katara meets the profile of a rager: 1) had something important taken away and she can't get it back- her Mom got killed 2) something foreign will come to rescue her- Aang 3) she's "special"- only Southern waterbender.
She's fucking scary! Make it stop! Make her stay the hell away from Aang untill she resolves her issues! Make resolve her issues in the first place! I'm not even sure if the Last Airbender will make her do that!
Thanks to Legend of Korra, we know Katara and Aang end up together. Please make sure this won't create the Last Airbender's version of WWIII. I think Aang's war was their version of WWII.
Also, firebenders can bend things with heat in them. Have them figure out how to bend boiling water or something (warm air drafts?); it'll be a hell of a lot easier to stay incognito.
| scribbles chapter 29 . 3/5
You know, the Last Airbender kind of hush up the fact that Zuko has to be a tactical genius. Not one with a skill level bordering on insane, like Azula, but still really, really, good. The little fact seems tobe overlooked a lot.
Another thought: Fire might be destruction, but it's also life. Only the waterbenders having a healing ability leaves an imbalnce, and the world generally tries to fix that (Yin and Yang, Raava and Vaatu, Korra and Tenzin, the soon to be Avatar and Anti-Avatar, not that powerhungry Unalaq, ect.). So, if fire is life, shouldn't it have its own healing ability? It certainly would be different from water, probably something along the line giving the body energy to fight the ailment and burning(?) said ailment, but it would heal.
It's unconventional, but so is Zuko. It would definetly work for him. Hell, he probably would be an Azula-level prodigy with it!
But it would also require a healer to care about their patient.
This Azula has very few people she truly cares about. And canon Azula has even less. There's also the fact that she probably wouldn't be able to care enough for random hurt strangers, or even random hurt Fire Nation soliders. The few people Azula would be able to heal would be Mai, Ty Lee, and Zuko. She'd be good at healing them, but she would only be able to heal them.
This balances things out. Azula is a prodigy with destructive fire, and decent with healing fire under the right circumstances. Zuko is a prodigy with healing fire an decent with healing fire. Yin and Yang. Balance. Sister and Brother.
| Matthew chapter 10 . 2/28
Your interpretation of Azula is so good, I can hear Grey Delisle's voice whenever I read her dialogue.
| erisol chapter 29 . 2/26
My favorite chapter.
| NX-Loveless-XN chapter 10 . 2/26
Azula did say that if Zuko got knocked into the air by an earth bender, she would avenge him.
| NX-Loveless-XN chapter 7 . 2/26
Iroh must be proud of Azula for once too.
| NX-Loveless-XN chapter 2 . 2/26
I love how Azula says to make an example with their mother instead of their father. She is still in character surprisingly