>>115991393>What the fuck are you on about?
That the Avatar State specifically imbued Aang with past knowledge, onscreen, which he was aware of.>Are you trying to imply Kyoshi and Roku weren't actually there
Yes? It was the Avatar State speaking through Aang.
How is this confusing to you.>everyone in-universe just saw Aang saying these things??
I'm sorry do you think he actually, physically, transformed into them, or swapped places with them like some sort of time glitch, and NOT just the Avatar State forming their image which is what it was shown to be and actively describing them?>Soooo there are different ways the Avatar state can manifest, after all?
Different measures of control, yeah. Not different ways they manifest, any time they manifest in the real world its always shown exactly one way, Avatar State.>There are offensive vs defensive vs meditation?
Those are different ways to active the Avatar State, that's shown.>They sure as weren't controlling him all the time,
Just two out of three? One of those two was the method Korra used, by the way...>rampage at the air temple after seeing Gyatsos body?
He remembered what he did in that state, they weren't controlling him. He can have their knowledge but not be controlled, season 3 proved that.> He was in no danger,
No, he went on the offensive. He felt like he needed to attack something in his rage, and his Avatar State reacted, just like it did with Roku back with Sozin.>So? This can still be instinctual.
I don't think you know what that word means.>Literally the whole show of ATLA, dude.
So the show that had>Spirits speaking to him in the Avatar State>Him using specific moves from past avatars>OUTRIGHT SAID THE WORDS "knowledge">Showed them manifesting when he entered the Avatar State with all their memories
That show had it all being>Instinctual
I challenge that, good sir, but I applaud you for remembering the show poorly enough you could have written for season 2