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5. "RE: CTCS Covers, Part 1"
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   >Well, it makes sense if Sozin's Comet is actually a spirit. And if the
>moon is Yue, why can't the comet be a spirit too?

Well, it's not that the moon is a spirit so much as it has one. The same is probably also true of Comet Zuko. It's definitely a paranormal phenomenon of some kind - not only is that totally not how comets work, it's totally not how anything else works either. :)

(They have a pretty weak grasp of astronomy in general over at the Avatar home office. The most headsmacking example of this is in The Legend of Korra 202, "The Southern Lights", in which Korra and company walk back to the Southern Water Tribe's canonically unnamed capital from the South Pole on the day after the Winter Solstice, and as they stand on the outskirts of town, they watch the Northern Water Tribe's navy invade the city in the cold light of dawn.

Let me just repeat that. The antarctic coastal capital city is within overnight walking/camel-riding distance of the South Pole (itself a pretty unlikely scenario), and there is dawn there on the day after the Winter Solstice.

You can tell that DiMartino and Konietzko went to the Rhode Island School of Design and not a proper university, is all I'm saying. :)

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                              RE: CTCS Covers, Part 1 Gryphonadmin Aug-01-14 10
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