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User avatar #1 - wittypotato (10/01/2013) [+] (1 reply)
The lineage should somehow be shifted to Varrick, that smooth ****** .
User avatar #5 - TheFixer (10/01/2013) [+] (2 replies)
cant the chief just appoint who he wants to be heir? hear me out on this. if korra married mako cant he be chief? i mean he is married to the princess of the water tribe therefore making him the prince by marriage... then again i know nothing about how succession works and what if they just disband that kind of leadership for something else? also why cant korra be the leader? sure shes the avatar whoopty do but what rule in the water tribes codex of being ruler does it specifically prevents her/teh avatar from being the leader?
#6 to #5 - amuzen (10/01/2013) [-]
It's not in the water tribe codex it's in the Avatar Codex, they must remain neutral in political dealings unless they threaten the balance of the world although Aang broke this rule by ruling over Republic city a part of his background fluff is that he was actually a terrible avatar because he chose being a good person over being a responsible person.
I think that would be kind of interesting, A fire bender as the prince of the water nation.
#2 - unbentgodfather (10/01/2013) [+] (1 reply)
Implying the south will let them rule (if they win that is)
Implying the south will let them rule (if they win that is)
User avatar #15 - darthmaulman (10/06/2013) [-]
But if the north looses the war, then wouldn't Korra's cousins be considered War Criminals for helping out their father who committed treason.
User avatar #14 - haqq (10/04/2013) [-]
Or....we say **** MONARCHY and they have an elected leader
User avatar #13 - thecomkiller (10/03/2013) [-]
first, this is what I love about fandom

Okay, so If the North wins for some reason nothing changes, but if the South wins and Tonraq does take back the throne then the line of succession would be as such:
Korra would be the equivalent to the Crown-Princess and be first in line, but if her Avatarness doesn't let her do so then the throne would go to her cousins. However, if Tonraq and Senna have a second child (which doesn't seem too far out there to me) that child would have a greater claim than Desna and Eska, though if Tonraq would die before the child was old enough to rule, they would steward the position until the child grew up. Next, If Mako ends up marring Korra, he would become the equivalent of a Prince-Consort and could compete with either the second child for the throne or Desna and Eska for the stewardship. Finally, any children of Korra's would have an even greater claim, with their father, then any possible aunt/uncle, then Korra's cousins able to claim stewardship in that order if Tonraq were to die before his grandchild was old enough to rule.
#11 - kingoflint (10/02/2013) [+] (1 reply)
If Aang and Kyoshi broke the rules, Korra can too. But I think they might abolish the dynasty system altogether, maybe have an elected leader or an elder council or something. I don't want that, but because Unalaq is such a traditionalist, it makes sense that the south would want to move away from that sort of traditionalism
#9 - sonofthedeepsouth (10/01/2013) [-]
Maybe when Korra have children she can pass to the eldest the title of chief.
#8 - devout feminist (10/01/2013) [+] (1 reply)
Interesting point but who says the Avatar can't be the head of state? Wasn't Kyoshi technically the head of state of Kyoshi Island even though it was part of the Earth Kingdom?
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