- Noatak\Amon may act like he’s the one in charge, but in reality he’s the one who is whipped
- Tahno’s first time having sex with a man was with Noatak
- Tahno has cheated on Amon with Kason, Noatak has cheated on Tahno with Ming and his brother.
- They each have a betrothal necklace. Tahno originally made one for Noatak, not knowing Noatak was working on one too. Noatak decided to not give Tahno his when Tahno (surprisingly) purposed to him first. However, Lieu’s twin brother Lee ripped it off and threw it in fire so then Noatak revealed he had one made too. Either way, Tahno decided to make Noatak another one as well so that they could both have one.
- The first night they spent together, Amon kidnapped Tahno to rape him. However Tahno was much more feisty than Amon had planned so he got Tahno to drink some cactus juice. Tahno was still hesitant, but he wasn’t going to fight anymore after he was under the influence. Tahno got a case of Stockholm and ended up falling in love. Amon felt the same way too.
- Tahno loves Noatak/Amon but he’s also terrified and has hatred deep down still. He still flinches when Noatak goes to touch him at times, especially if he is reaching for Tahno’s face.
- Noatak asked Tahno to call him by that name but sometime he slips and says Amon still. Or if Noatak is being mean Tahno will call him Amon. Sometimes Noatak has relapses and turns into ‘Amon’ again and completely forgets about his love for Tahno.
- Tahno knew about the fact that the scars where fake before it was revealed. He didn’t, however, know about Noataks deceitful past.
- When Tahno found out about Noatak he fled the equalists and lived in the park for a bit. Noatak came back and found him after amazingly surviving the boat explosion. Tahno realized he had fell in love with Noatak. As Noatak explains Tahno brought ‘Noatak’ back and killed ‘Amon’.
- Noatak found out how to undo what he did to remove one’s bending and gave Tahno his bending back.
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Ahhhh The Memories
I don’t know how I can watch this season without my bloodbending babies. ;-; They were the most intriguing and complex characters, and the thing is, people keep talking about how they want more elaboration on the past of the Fire Ferret brothers. But to me, the past isn’t what needs to be fleshed out; it’s their current development.
Mako is overprotective because he’s had to provide for Bolin, taking shady jobs he probably opposes because he wants his little brother to eat. Bolin is easygoing and naive because he’s never had to fend for himself; Mako’s always been there after his parents’ death. Got it. Now, I want to see Mako calm down and Bolin maturing and standing up for himself.
But Tarrlok and Noawhatever? I know next to nothing about them. How did Tarrlok actually shift from the sensitive, compassionate kid to the smarmy politician? When did he arrive to Republic City? What did he do before he was elected onto the Council? Did he leave because his mother died—or is she still alive?
And Noatak—oh man. What happened when he got to Republic City? Was he homeless? Did someone take him in? When did he really become Amon? Did he do it to oppose the Avatar or his father’s memory—or both? Or did he see the atrocities that hurt nonbenders and decided that he really wanted to help them? When did it become a power grab? Did he swear to never use bloodbending again and lapsed? Did he go mad with power? Why that backstory? How did he meet his lieutenant, Hiroshi? How did the Equalist movement start up? Was it originally peaceful? How did he react when he heard that his baby brother was the new Northern Water Tribe representative on the Council?
Some will say that something about the adult characters won’t interest younger members of the viewing audience; they express concerns that these new members of Team Avatar are already reaching adulthood. But see, I don’t understand. I watched cartoons as a kid: Gargoyles, Batman, Darkwing Duck, Duck Tales. Most or all of the protagonists weren’t children in these, and these shows could handle mature themes, and it didn’t detract from my love for these shows when I was little.