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Posted 5/13/14
Fire..fire...fire..fire..fire..FIRE!!!!


I love fire so much!!!

Im a pyromaniac on a low level...
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Posted 5/30/14 , edited 5/30/14
as a virgo earth is my element so i choose earth
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Dark
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Posted 6/3/14
earth second maybe fire
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Posted 6/6/14
wind because you could control the air around you and 'fly like eagle".
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Posted 6/25/14
LIGHTNING
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Posted 6/25/14

youwannaroll wrote:

erm.. you're kinda just mixing and matching systems here.

common western: Earth Air Fire Water, and Aether.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Classical_element#Classical_elements_in_Greece
--this is the most common system, in the western world.. originating from the greek, and having equivalents in babylonian, hindu/buddhist, and tibetan philosophies.
--Dungeons and Dragons nerds would recognize this system, with the addition of Positive (aka Spirit, Light, Energy/Life) and Negative (Void, Dark, Death). They might also mention the Quasi elements (where the borders of 2 of the primary 6 meet, if you imagine them arranged in a sort-of cubed shaped pattern, one element per face.) and Demi-elements (at the borders of the Quasi elements with the primary elements). But only if they're REALLY nerdy. *tries to look innocent*

Japanese 5 elements: Earth (Chi/Ji), Water (Sui/Mizu), Fire (Ka/Hi), Wind (Fu/Kaze), and Void (Ku/Sora(sky))
--in increasing order of power. aphttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Five_elements_(Japanese_philosophy)
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Five_elements_(Japanese_philosophy)

Chinese Wu Xing: Wood (mù), Fire (huǒ), Earth (tǔ), Metal (jīn), Water (shuǐ)
aka the Five Phases, the Five Agents, the Five Movements, and the Five Steps/Stages
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wu_Xing

i've never seen a system where "lightning" qualifies as a separate element....
*Edit* GAH. it's from Naruto. i should have guessed. they love to be very.... "liberal" with their so-called elements.
..i mean.. "sound"? come on... prfectly valid attack method.. very silly as an "element".


As much as I hate quoting a two-year-old post,I must say that Avatar:The Last Airbender had lightning as well.
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Posted 6/25/14
I'm gonna go with fire....Burn! Burn! Burn!
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Posted 6/25/14

Astrania wrote:


youwannaroll wrote:

erm.. you're kinda just mixing and matching systems here.

common western: Earth Air Fire Water, and Aether.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Classical_element#Classical_elements_in_Greece
--this is the most common system, in the western world.. originating from the greek, and having equivalents in babylonian, hindu/buddhist, and tibetan philosophies.
--Dungeons and Dragons nerds would recognize this system, with the addition of Positive (aka Spirit, Light, Energy/Life) and Negative (Void, Dark, Death). They might also mention the Quasi elements (where the borders of 2 of the primary 6 meet, if you imagine them arranged in a sort-of cubed shaped pattern, one element per face.) and Demi-elements (at the borders of the Quasi elements with the primary elements). But only if they're REALLY nerdy. *tries to look innocent*

Japanese 5 elements: Earth (Chi/Ji), Water (Sui/Mizu), Fire (Ka/Hi), Wind (Fu/Kaze), and Void (Ku/Sora(sky))
--in increasing order of power. aphttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Five_elements_(Japanese_philosophy)
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Five_elements_(Japanese_philosophy)

Chinese Wu Xing: Wood (mù), Fire (huǒ), Earth (tǔ), Metal (jīn), Water (shuǐ)
aka the Five Phases, the Five Agents, the Five Movements, and the Five Steps/Stages
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wu_Xing

i've never seen a system where "lightning" qualifies as a separate element....
*Edit* GAH. it's from Naruto. i should have guessed. they love to be very.... "liberal" with their so-called elements.
..i mean.. "sound"? come on... prfectly valid attack method.. very silly as an "element".


As much as I hate quoting a two-year-old post,I must say that Avatar:The Last Airbender had lightning as well.


holy necro-posting batman.

and i'm not really sure i get the point of your quote -- i saw avatar before i wrote that.

Avatar did -not- have lightning as a separate element.
it was a top-tier fire ability, same as how "metal-bending" was a top-tier earth ability.
i think water's top-tier trick was "blood bending" ? i don't recall.
i have no idea what, if any, top-tier trick air had.
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Posted 6/26/14 , edited 6/26/14

youwannaroll wrote:


Astrania wrote:


youwannaroll wrote:

erm.. you're kinda just mixing and matching systems here.

common western: Earth Air Fire Water, and Aether.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Classical_element#Classical_elements_in_Greece
--this is the most common system, in the western world.. originating from the greek, and having equivalents in babylonian, hindu/buddhist, and tibetan philosophies.
--Dungeons and Dragons nerds would recognize this system, with the addition of Positive (aka Spirit, Light, Energy/Life) and Negative (Void, Dark, Death). They might also mention the Quasi elements (where the borders of 2 of the primary 6 meet, if you imagine them arranged in a sort-of cubed shaped pattern, one element per face.) and Demi-elements (at the borders of the Quasi elements with the primary elements). But only if they're REALLY nerdy. *tries to look innocent*

Japanese 5 elements: Earth (Chi/Ji), Water (Sui/Mizu), Fire (Ka/Hi), Wind (Fu/Kaze), and Void (Ku/Sora(sky))
--in increasing order of power. aphttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Five_elements_(Japanese_philosophy)
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Five_elements_(Japanese_philosophy)

Chinese Wu Xing: Wood (mù), Fire (huǒ), Earth (tǔ), Metal (jīn), Water (shuǐ)
aka the Five Phases, the Five Agents, the Five Movements, and the Five Steps/Stages
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wu_Xing

i've never seen a system where "lightning" qualifies as a separate element....
*Edit* GAH. it's from Naruto. i should have guessed. they love to be very.... "liberal" with their so-called elements.
..i mean.. "sound"? come on... prfectly valid attack method.. very silly as an "element".


As much as I hate quoting a two-year-old post,I must say that Avatar:The Last Airbender had lightning as well.


holy necro-posting batman.

and i'm not really sure i get the point of your quote -- i saw avatar before i wrote that.

Avatar did -not- have lightning as a separate element.
it was a top-tier fire ability, same as how "metal-bending" was a top-tier earth ability.
i think water's top-tier trick was "blood bending" ? i don't recall.
i have no idea what, if any, top-tier trick air had.


Was that how it was?Jesus,not only did I do the necro-post of the week,but I also gave some completely useless false information. I'll just hide in my corner,then.

Edit:In a last ditch attempt to regain my honor,I looked up whether there was a 'top-tier' trick for air-bending or not.I guess you could classify the Air Sphere that Aang used at the end as the most powerful mobile/defensive trick that air has to offer,with it enabling you the ability to fly in the air,deflect most incoming attacks and do both rather quickly.I wouldn't group it with metal and lightning-bending,however.Welp,pardon me for inconveniencing you,sir.
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Fire since I can use it for multiple everyday reasons and it's probably fun to fight people with it.
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I'm afraid of heights and can't swim .... so Earth or Fire
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