Iroh: The epitome of wisdom
My wife and I just finished watching the series again the other day. She had never watched it when it originally released cause she thought it was for boys. And I had never seen Book 3 because at that point I was older and started hanging out with my friends outside of middle school. So it was a joy to experience that season for the first time. But best believe I did watch the final episode back in the day when they announced it
@JustAlan, if you're interested there is a YouTube channel you might have heard of called Overanalyzing Avatar where the guy who runs the channel basically talks about interesting details you may have missed and such.
@Slayer9200, perfect! Thanks! I like to listen to YouTube video essays while I work so I’m definitely going to check that out
Azula was crazy. Crazy hot, but still crazy.
@Linc7991, id let ty lee immobilize me anyday
Oh I’d go down on her.
When the sorcerer talks with the cleric about his rogue sister
@Deadkizz, no, Iroh was more of a Paladin. They get their powers through their beliefs, wether it’s on a god or not. And they have a lot more potential to fück you up, but their morals are the only reason they haven’t yet.
Whatever class he is, he’s at least level 15 when most of the others are like level 6.
@AceWolf456, in 5e, paladins get their powers from swearing an oath.
@Ginga Bishounen, Iroh swore an oath to only make good leaf juice.