zukoprinces:

↳ one picspam per episode - s01e04: The Warriors of Kyoshi

- I’m sorry. I treated you like a girl when I should have treated you like a warrior.- I am a warrior. But I am a girl, too.

zukoprinces:

 one picspam per episode - s01e04: The Warriors of Kyoshi

- I’m sorry. I treated you like a girl when I should have treated you like a warrior.
- I am a warrior. But I am a girl, too.

autumnfire123:

qwertyfonz:

Gosh, look at all of that detail.

those scratches are probably from all the falls he’s had to endure from the many flight suit tests

autumnfire123:

qwertyfonz:

Gosh, look at all of that detail.

those scratches are probably from all the falls he’s had to endure from the many flight suit tests

reveillertm:

macabrelolita:

I was supposed to write ‘amino acids’ and I nearly wrote ‘anime acids’

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I hope senpai bonds with me

adorabagel:

if i die resurrect me with this video

vesley:

my whole life

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achrestomathy:

So I was thinking about Parseltongue, and the weird fact that it seems to be an inherited skill instead of, you know, learned like any other language.

Imagine a Slytherin who can speak Parseltongue. When it gets out, they expect everyone to be freaked out, and a lot of people are, but most of the Slytherins just want to know how it’s done. Soon, Slytherins start sneaking snakes into the common room and the parseltongue speaker talks to the snakes while people observe. They start picking up on certain sounds and their corresponding phrases. Within a month, they’re all hissing at each other across the table in the Great Hall (mostly saying hello over and over, back and forth, because that’s the easiest phrase to learn, but no one else needs to know that). The first time one of them accidentally speaks Parseltongue at someone from another house, the Ravenclaw in question backs away like they’ve been threatened, but then another Slytherin quietly informs them that the other Slytherin was only saying hello, that in fact that’s all most of them know how to say. The Ravenclaw is appalled that they haven’t pursued this opportunity further, and soon, they’re working with the Slytherins to develop a working lexicon. Hufflepuffs are happy to join in, seeing an opportunity for interhouse unity, and even the Gryffindors decide to get in on it eventually.

Parseltongue becomes the student language. Parseltongue brings the houses together as students whisper back and forth to each other during class, and then feign ignorance when asked about the mysterious hissing sounds (there must be a problem with the pipes, Professor!). Parseltongue helps transform Slytherin’s legacy into acceptance and unity instead of elitism.

Parseltongue.

skapandidreki:

"We go where no one goes"

skapandidreki:

"We go where no one goes"

kataangfamily:

adorable and touching zuko+iroh moments







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