"The fact that we didn’t get to see much of how benders seem to oppress non-benders kind of irked me. They had this whole movement, and although Amon was lying we clearly saw that he had all those followers for a reason."

"The fact that we didn’t get to see much of how benders seem to oppress non-benders kind of irked me. They had this whole movement, and although Amon was lying we clearly saw that he had all those followers for a reason."

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