Because one does not simply come up with HONOR costume.
Someone asked me how I thought Zuko’s Halloween costume would look like, and I immediately thought “He’d dress as honor”. But then I faced a trouble because everytime I try to picture honor there is Zuko in my head, you see.
haha just excuse me this nonsense, I didn’t sleep much tonight. But I wanted to draw Zuko and Sokka being ‘thinking buddies’ coming up with idea for a
um Sokka’s honor is his boomerang I guess….?
❝I'm sorry it had to end this way, brother.❞
❝No, you're not.❞
This fight. This SCENE. What made this fight so powerful and riveting wasn’t just the choreography, but the pure emotion behind it. It not only showed how strong Zuko grew to be, but how incredibly fragile Azula truly was. The mixture of a brilliant (and almost mournful) music score, amazing artwork and cinematography worked perfectly because it focuses not on the action but on the reasons behind the entire fight. The music
dear GOD the musicworked wonderfully and evoked a sense of finality, a sense of ‘this is it.’ A duel between brother and sister, exile and prodigy, royal siblings battling for the throne. This battle ended not with a prince raising his head in triump as a conquerer, but with a big brother standing over his little sister as she broke down. And all he could do was watch.
And according to the Word of God, “this was not a happy victory, particularly not for Zuko, and that he was very unhappy about having to duel his own sister. It had to be done, but it’s obvious Zuko wishes it hadn’t.” [quote source] I still rewatch this scene. I will never grow tired of it.