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#324 - SiegK (06/14/2012) [-]
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But... he Avatar isn't a God. The Avatar is the embodiment of the Earth; just the Earth in human form.
User avatar #340 to #324 - corundum (06/14/2012) [-]
They're a spirit, which is pretty much a spirit.
User avatar #343 to #340 - SiegK (06/14/2012) [-]
O.o? Lol. And a novel is a book, which is pretty much a book.
User avatar #344 to #343 - corundum (06/14/2012) [-]
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User avatar #327 to #324 - megatrollinator (06/14/2012) [-]
It's an analogy. The people (Citizens of Republic City) are in a mob. Royalty/High-Powered Councilmembers (Tarrlok) don't care much for the word of the Mob. Gods/Spiritual Authorities (The Avatar) don't care much for the word of the Royalty. Non-Believers (Amon) do not care at all for the word of a God.

It's showing a heirarchy of ignorance.
User avatar #328 to #327 - SiegK (06/14/2012) [-]
I know, I got the joke. Just correcting you on core principals. xD
#355 to #328 - Ken M (06/14/2012) [-]
Depending on which culture you're taking the term 'god' from then the Avatar is in fact a god.
The avatar series seems to follow a multiple gods/kami sort of spirituality so under those terms she is a god so not only does the analogy hold up but so does the terminology.
I kind of feel like what makes a god depends on what religion you're looking at it from and while I'd like to say it would be based on the religion that is closest to the world the entire thing is a matter of perspective in the end...
#330 to #328 - dualorangleblur (06/14/2012) [-]
^ Win
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