Aang: And if firebenders found this temple that means they found the other ones, too. I really am the last airbender.
Toph: Dad, I know it’s hard for you to see me this way, but the obedient little helpless blind girl that you think I am just isn’t me. I love fighting. I love being an earthbender. And I’m really, really good at it. I know I’ve kept my life secret from you, but you were keeping me secret from the whole world. You were doing it to protect me. But I’m twelve years old and I’ve never had a real friend.
Katara: You have no idea what this war has put me through! Me personally! The Fire Nation took my mother away from me.
Sokka: The fact is each of you is so amazing and so special… and I’m not. I’m just the guy in the group who’s regular.
I love how quickly he readjusts to the culture so foreign to him. Like, he does not even protest or try to explain this is how it’s done in Asgard so it’s how it SHOULD be done because he’s a mighty god and stuff. He’s just like “but I… oh I see smashing mugs is not a custom here. I’m sorry I won’t do it again :( “
Everything about this scene hurts. Robin’s focus is currently set on saving Terra and that distracts him from the ironic danger. The boulder is coming at an angle that only Starfire can notices. She catches a glimpse and immediately makes the connection that it’s after Robin. She glances at him and rushes to grip his shoulders. While moving towards him, she keeps her eyes on the boulder so she can gauge how much time she has to save him. She then SHOVES, not pushes, him out of the way so that there is no possible way that he will get hurt. Maybe she realized that she would fall and maybe she didn’t. All that she’s sure of is that she HAS to save Robin. That’s how much she loves him. And all Robin has time to register is that Starfire is moving and before he knows it, the girl he loves is falling to her possible death and he can’t save her. Just like his parents.