sparticus wrote:I wouldn't go with that for Earthbending. For my money, a dark form of Earthbending would be to bend a person's bones.
Also, the freezing all of someone's water wouldn't necessarily kill them (atleast in a final sense). That is basically the idea behind cryogenics, the person could possibly be dethawed and be just fine. Now, boiling all the water in someone, that can be all kinds of dark.
Also, I'd think Airbenders could force a large burst of air into someone's lungs, causing them to explode.
Depending on what you feel firebending actually controls, you might actually to be able to just stop the life energy of a person with advanced firebending.
i spose with earthbending you could crush somebody to death, cover yourself in rock then punch them, make em go underground and stay there and other stuff
- Pulling the air out of the opponents body, causing organ damage/failure
Stop trying to act smart
pleh wrote:I doubt that an Airbender could generate a vacuum powerful enough to make the blood boil quickly enough to cause an explosion.
An Airbending vacuum would more likely be a ball of rapidly moving air, like a vacuum cleaner's vacuum.
Forge wrote:I find it funny that pleh feels the need to write a truncated science essay.
I find it funny that sparticus takes it so seriously.
For God's sakes, we're discussing explosive decompression in the context of a children's show?
sparticus wrote:I find it funny that you decide to post without adding anything to the conversation.
The difference being that I don't take it seriously. Or, at least, I don't take it seriously where I shouldn't.And you're on the internet discussing that same children's show with a bunch of other people. Honestly, its amusing to consider different stuff, don't harsh on it.
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