What is interesting about this episode is that unlike other cartoons, Avatar actually takes the time to develop some of its antagonists too, such as what we saw here with Zuko and his uncle getting captured. It was interesting how despite spending most of his time pursuing the Avatar, he decided to hunt down his captured uncle instead. Even by a little bit it developed Zuko's character somewhat. On the main parts of the episode, which concentrated on the forest spirit, it wasn't quite to par with what we have normally seen in past episodes, but it still sent a good message in the end, if a bit cliche. A well executed one though.
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