The Death Of Roku
It also provided me with a chance to see some of episodes of season 3, I missed, since I wasn't able to catch them all as they air considering I don't watch Nickelodeon much, if at all, anymore. Those episodes were "The Western Air Temple," "The Firebending Masters," and "The Ember Island Players," which I thought were all pretty good episodes that I had wish I seen earlier. I especially liked "The Ember Island Players" for the funny portray of the Gang. Although I think the ending didn't fit the play well since it was very Pro-Avatar before that. But, of course, this play did take place in the Fire Nation, so naturally the Fire Nation scriptwriter probably didn't wanted to get kill for promoting against the Fire Nation leaders and add that ending to save his skin most likely.
I can't waited to go buy Book 2 next Friday to get my second dose of nostalgia over Avatar. Next weekend going to be awesome. Too bad, I won't be able to use this then to talk about. Ah, well, I guess I'll just have to wait until I save some money again to pay Premier membership.
But anyway, I am sure you didn't drop on by to hear me rant on about watching Book 3 of Avatar and instead see what my title here was about, so I explain now. As you Avatar fans know, Chapter 6 of Book 3 was a flashback episode about Avatar Roku and Fire Lord Sozin and while I did like it (And I did see it when it aired originally), I personally can not understanding at all why Avatar Roku was fighting the Volcano for. I say this because no one was in danger or left on the island for him to need to save since everyone had escaped on to lifeboats. And even if he was doing it to help them escape the island by keeping the lava from reaching them, he could of simply gone with them on the lifeboats and defend them from any threats that volcano might had brought up against them escaping.
But instead he decided to fight a volcano and end up dying because his best buddy left him there to die. He must really loved his house there, if he willing to die to stop a volcano from erupting. Or maybe he wanted to impress his wife by conquering a volcano with his Avatar powers? *shrugs* Anyone here have an explanation?