Lessons. . If Guys, what if this all has symbolic meaning for us too? What did Tenzin learn? He' s not a mirror image of his father, but his earn eased What did Lessons If Guys what if this all has symbolic meaning for us too? What did Tenzin learn? He' s not a mirror image of his father but earn eased
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If Guys, what if this all has symbolic
meaning for us too? What did Tenzin
learn? He' s not a mirror image of his
father, but his earn eased What did
Kerri learn'? She is net just a
continuation of Wan, but her own
person. This isn' t just about believing
in yourself guys, it' s about
constantly comparing yourself to
your predecessors What has the
Lok tandem always done?
Compared Lok to A: TLA.
THINK ABOUT IT
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User avatar #14 - rockmanfan
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personally i think the biggest mistake was making verrick a villian. why did he want to start a war? so that he could profit from it? dude's rich enough already, why take the risk of being put in jail?
User avatar #18 to #14 - theguythatisnotyou
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Verrik wasn't a 'villian.' He was a good guy who used not so good measures to hep the South.
#27 to #14 - anon id: 96e59d67
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He wasn't a villain, exactly. He did bad things, but he did it for good. He didn't do bad things just to be bad, or do evil things to destroy the world or something (like Unalaq). This is what makes the show(s) so good (in my opinion). Even in A:TLA, there was grey, instead of just black and white. Verrik is a grey character, Unalaq was black.
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#71 to #14 - anon id: 74cd3412
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Because that's just who he is?
#83 to #14 - thevoodoofrog
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He's the ultimate Neutral character. A guy who does good things, ****** things, and ****** things that were done to make good things.

He's not really a villain.
#16 to #14 - agentdoubleohio
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he did it also in an attempt to send help to the south. Also he helped everyone, he told Korra about unalaq being evil, he made Bollin a star, he saved Asamis company, and he threw Mako in prison...wait that wasn't a good thing
#44 to #16 - theguywhofarted
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Which part of throwing Mako in prison is not good?
#41 to #16 - Snowplows
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#4 - klauszen
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The writers didn´t have to annihilate -maybe forever- all the previous avatars. That was a MASSIVE mood killer, and maybe the biggest mistake of LoK
The writers didn´t have to annihilate -maybe forever- all the previous avatars. That was a MASSIVE mood killer, and maybe the biggest mistake of LoK
User avatar #11 to #4 - Lambda
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I don't think it would be that hard to write them back in. Might make for an interesting plot doing so.
User avatar #25 to #4 - hoponthefeelstrain
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I think they cut the other avatars out because Korra is starting a new age of them and they won't be able to help her, since the avatar has usually just kept peace between nations ( seeing interbender families), Now that the nations are at peace the avatar needs to keep peace with the spirits and humans.
User avatar #9 to #4 - redblueyellow
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Agreed, because it will probably mean we won't see them again anytime soon. They better make her reconnect.
#12 to #4 - ababollere
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Or you know, now that the spirit world is open, she can meet them there! We saw aang travelling to the spirit world to meet them, before he learned to extract them from himself. There are tons of options, don't be so negative.
#22 to #4 - rainbowtacos
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What if she has to go back and reconnect with each avatar and learn from their lives? We'd get a season of Korra connecting with all previous avatars and a bunch of extra history - always a plus.
What if she has to go back and reconnect with each avatar and learn from their lives? We'd get a season of Korra connecting with all previous avatars and a bunch of extra history - always a plus.
#7 to #4 - lolabunny
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They didn't get rid of the past avatars, just Korra's connection to them. And I bet reconnecting and learning from the mistakes of the past will be a big theme next season. Wan separated the material and spirit worlds because it forced humans to near extinction (only survivors were those protected by the lion turtles) before and I'm guessing there are going to be similar problems.
I really hope the spirit world being open means a return of Koh.
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#15 to #4 - agentdoubleohio
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#13 - makhan
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The message was good, but the execution was sloppy. There were plot holes you could fly a jumbo jet through.
User avatar #37 to #13 - DJstar
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Plot hole my ass! avatar had plot holes too! every ******* long running show is going to have a mistake or two! stop being such a examining prick.

I mean in the first avatar, azula killed aang while he was in the avatar state! that shouldve severed the bond between him and his ancestors! but magically hitting the scar brings them back? that's a plot hole! but i bet you jizzing your pants when he got his powers back just like the rest of us!
User avatar #95 to #37 - shinymew
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But then Aang was restored by spirit water that Katara had. I believe this is correct, but I may be wrong
User avatar #96 to #95 - DJstar
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he was revived but his connection was still severed. remember how when rava was ripped out of korra, she was still able to bend all the elements but she lacked the avatar state. the same was when he was killed by azula! so i find it a big ass hole he got his connection back by hitting the scar on a conviently placed rock.
User avatar #51 to #37 - hiyorin
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Yes, you plot does have a hole, it's your anus.
User avatar #46 to #13 - infinitereaper
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Actually no plot holes, just a rushed conclusion much like last season. That being said season 2 was MUCH stronger than the first.

Personally I would have loved to see the Dark Avatar succeed.
But **** ambition this is an American Cartoon we should be happy we have this much in the ways of using animation as a story telling medium.
User avatar #31 to #13 - haqq
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like what? not arguing, just wondering what plot holes you mean
User avatar #45 to #31 - makhan
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In the ending off the top of my head:

1. Korra becoming a giant spirit body thing without the help of Rava, though Unalaq required Vatu to do so

2. Jinora basically becoming Jesus and entering the physical world without her body

3. Everyone suddenly trusting Varrick with his offer of a war-ship after all the crap he did.

4. President knows that the world is literally at risk, but thinks he can prepare to stop an apocalypse with his army

5. Tenzin somehow lifting the spirit fog because Aang(?) showed up and gave him a pep talk.

All right, this may be more just bad writing rather than plot holes, but they still confused me.
User avatar #47 to #45 - infinitereaper
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1. She projecting her own soul with the help of cosmic energy from the tree of time. That was kind of the whole point. Unalaq transformed his entire body.
2. ***** is talented/her soul/that place... was that place in the spirit world?
3. Varrick is a pretty straight forward eccentric, if he's going to give you a ship you're getting a ship
4. ***** wanted to protect the city when the inevitable Apocalypse came instead of sending men on a mission he thought was futile
5. He resisted the spirit/defeated his demons unlike everyone else. And repelled the spirit for the time being.
User avatar #32 to #31 - theguywhofarted
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yeah, please enlighten us!
#35 to #32 - somenights
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Well there was the huge deus ex machina. Literally a heavenly body appeared in order for a conclusion to be reached. Like seriously, it was a cheap way to end it.
User avatar #36 to #35 - theguywhofarted
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it may be cheap but not a plothole, i consider the super vaatu VS mega korra fight way cheaper, and all the mako plot really predictable and silly
#39 to #36 - somenights
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It's not exactly a plot hole, but it wasn't explained like at all really, so until they explain it exactly I'd consider it a plot hole. Not the action itself, just the lack of explanation.
User avatar #1 - sonofthedeepsouth
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Subtle these little writers aren't they.
#55 - ineedthistothumb
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I have a theory, and this post definitely supports it. With every show fandom, there is an everlasting battle between the writers and the fans. The fans tend to hate any kind of change, while the writers want to use their creativity and do something new. I think that the writers tried to give the fans their fill of the old series by having all those throwbacks: Iroh helping out baby Korra, Commander Zhao in the spirit fog, and Wan Shi Tong's Library (complete with the skeleton of Professor Zei). Also, if you watched the episodes with Wan, the music was very reminiscent of the first series' music. And I'm sure there are even more subtle throwbacks that I missed (marginal note: if there are, seriously let me know because I really loved them).

This season of Korra I think was the writers indirectly breaking the fourth wall to tell the fans, "We know you love ATLA and we appreciate all the love and support for the show, but LoK is not ATLA. So, here is one last shout out to Aang's series, but after that we have to move on." That's why they had Korra's connection to the past avatars go away; they basically reset the avatar cycle, making Korra the first avatar again. This is a symbolic thing to say that the show is starting new.
User avatar #70 to #55 - Loppytaffy
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I see what you did there...Never have I seen images utilised such as this.
User avatar #97 to #55 - caki
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I share the same opinion and I think your theory is right.
#30 - anon id: 41c571ce
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pussying out and anoning for this cuz of the rage following buuuut. You guys know when we see those faggots talking about my little pony and getting way too into it? ........................................ yea. This is how you guys look some times.
#38 to #30 - DJstar
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Last time i checked LOK was for teens and up of both genders while MLP is for  6 YEAR OLD GIRLS!!!!
Last time i checked LOK was for teens and up of both genders while MLP is for 6 YEAR OLD GIRLS!!!!
User avatar #20 - retardedboss
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I hope they Keep the dark avatar a thing. I think it'd be cool.
User avatar #28 to #20 - commontroll
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I wish they kept him alive for that, or maybe they'll write it in somehow. It'd be very interesting to see the Avatar have somebody who can go toe-to-toe with them.
#23 to #20 - snowboardingeng
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They'd better not because he was killed while in the avatar state which means he he wont be reincarnated.
User avatar #24 to #23 - retardedboss
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I hadn't watched the second part of the final episode. You're right. Darn. I really liked the Avatar having an equal. I was hoping she would accidentally kill him when he wasn't in the avatar state and then the cycle of the dark avatar would begin. Just my thoughts though.
User avatar #34 to #24 - theguywhofarted
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I am not really sure if he was killed, and it was stated that even if vaatu disapeared he would come back (or something like that). It may be just me getting my hopes up about another series with the dark avatar as the main character trying to overcome his inner self and ****...
#94 to #34 - snowboardingeng
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Vatu would come back but out of Rava so maybe it could lead to him appearing in the good avatar.
User avatar #78 to #34 - DJstar
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aang was killed in the avatar state but he kept his connection! so it could be a possibilty!
#93 to #78 - snowboardingeng
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but he was revived immediately with special water, so I doubt it
#17 - agentdoubleohio
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User avatar #26 - ishallsmiteyou
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Well my god damned great grandfather better be proud of me for not being a Nazi commander.
User avatar #69 - Loppytaffy
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I've never compared the two, in the same way I never compare an anime to its reboot.
I'm just real sad that we didn't see Zuko or Sokka in the Spirit world...
User avatar #79 to #69 - DJstar
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Zuko is still alive. it was stated earlier in this season and was well known fact before the show even premiered.
User avatar #81 to #79 - Loppytaffy
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But Iroh jr refers to him in the past tense?
User avatar #85 to #81 - DJstar
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"Zuko Alive, confirmed : from The Legend of Korra: Welcome to Republic on nick.com , when you go in "Central City Station" and get the information about the Zuko statue, you learn that :

Three years ago, Zuko turned over the reins of the fire nation to his daughter. Officialy, he's retired, but unofficially, he still travels the world as an ambassador for world balance."

and that's from a quick google search
User avatar #84 to #81 - DJstar
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dude..... just google this. I'm telling you he's still alive.
User avatar #80 to #79 - DJstar
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I was hoping for sokka too.
loved the Zhao fan service.
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