Check out the other 7 pages in the post. Some really cool stuff. Toph and her parents, Air Nomad Culture and flashbacks.
i still think there should be some sort of prize for peeps that do this. unfortunately the best i can offer is a medium paced clap.
yeah, i keep meaning to update this blog but i am super busy at the moment. i don’t have a fixed place to live and i just quit a shit job i was doing so im running around the place doing interviews.
needless to say i will always keep this blog and will defo update more in the future.
Happy Holidays, motherfuckers.
Scenes that never happened but I wish they did: Bumi gets lost in the Fog of Lost Souls and meets his dad.
Bumi’s dialogue is shamelessly ripped off from Civil Wars part 2.
(shhh, leave me alone with my Bumi feels…)
Friday, the Book 2 finale of “The Legend of Korra” garnered 2.094 million viewers and a .5 adults 18-49 rating. This is up from last week. See ratings for all episodes of Korra and Avatar here at Dongbu Feng.
That was a super interesting line that and I would have loved for Kya to get some psychotherapy time from an internalised perception of herself.
But no. The show only had time for Tenzin to work out his issues (arguably the cloudbaby with the least emotional baggage?). Super disappointing.
Kya was one of those characters this season that just sorta exists in the background to give emotional support and complain about Aang. I think Kya and Asami should have a chat sometime. Maybe form some sort of support group.
Unassisted by any limb from The Tree of Time, Jinora’s communion with the cosmos granted her the gift of Raava’s light. The Light Spirits, friends to the young Airbender for as long as she can remember, yielded unto Jinora, Korra, and the Universe the collected pool of positive energy. So it grew, from the love of a child, at the nocuous core to bear the Spirit of Light anew.
A mage of extraordinary mind and humble guardian of the good and the pure, Jinora blesses the world. She is truly the granddaughter of Avatar Aang and Guide of the Light.
the only problem with that logic is that is that this isn’t really a case of good vs. evil. the writers set it up more as old vs. new. and while i would probably say they will find a way to bring aang and spiritual co back, i can also see them going fuck that we’re off in this brand new direction.
it has become quite apparent from watching S2 that bryke are pretty desperate to move away from atla. but the ironic thing is LOK relies significantly on nostalgia and characters connections from atla. it’s a strange meta situation they’ve put themselves into. desperately wanting to no longer be compared to the old series, yet they write plots that are heavily reliant on atla characters/connections.
You’re right that Wan was able to go into the Avatar State, so Korra should actually still be able to do that. But ATLA definitely states that the AS gets more powerful as time goes on because it is the other Avatars energy and experience flowing through the latest reincarnation.
So Korra should be able to go into the AS, but it shouldn’t be that powerful. Then again I thought when she went into the AS this season it was pretty pathetic apart from that one time in the finale. So who knows.
That’s a really good point actually, Korra shouldn’t be able to go into the Avatar State anymore. The AS was the other Avatars energy and knowledge flowing through her.