You just got Modus Pwned!

Time to do some relative comparison. 

The statues say something about how the subject wanted to be perceived and how the artist perceived the subject. 

Ozai’s statue displays power and dominance. For Ozai Fire was a weapon to instill fear and destroy those that would oppose him.

Zuko’s statue displays a single outstretched hand holding a flame. For Zuko fire is a tool for illumination and a way to seek knowledge and understanding.

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    One can also say that, not only image, but size is an aspect of perception. Ozai’s statue is extremely large, towering...
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