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
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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
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 (11/18/2013) [+] (8 replies)
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?
#16 to #14 - agentdoubleohio (11/18/2013) [-]
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
#4 - klauszen (11/18/2013) [+] (9 replies)
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
#13 - makhan (11/18/2013) [+] (12 replies)
The message was good, but the execution was sloppy. There were plot holes you could fly a jumbo jet through.
#1 - sonofthedeepsouth (11/18/2013) [-]
Subtle these little writers aren't they.
#55 - ineedthistothumb (11/19/2013) [+] (2 replies)
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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.
#30 - anonymous (11/19/2013) [+] (1 reply)
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 (11/19/2013) [-]
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 ONLINE (11/19/2013) [+] (7 replies)
I hope they Keep the dark avatar a thing. I think it'd be cool.
#23 to #20 - snowboardingeng (11/19/2013) [-]
They'd better not because he was killed while in the avatar state which means he he wont be reincarnated.
User avatar #26 - ishallsmiteyou (11/19/2013) [-]
Well my god damned great grandfather better be proud of me for not being a Nazi commander.
#73 - scootabot ONLINE (11/19/2013) [-]
Aang the last air bender was just better, though.

But I do agree that people should appreciate what they have and not compare it to things they had before. It diminishes the value of what you currently have and makes you ungrateful.
User avatar #69 - Loppytaffy (11/19/2013) [+] (6 replies)
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 #59 - christinarenee (11/19/2013) [+] (5 replies)
If anyone could explain Jinora coming out of no where with Raava that'd be grreeaatttt
User avatar #48 - infinitereaper (11/19/2013) [-]
LoK suffers from going season by season instead of having one major goal, making each conclusion feel rushed. That being said season 2 was much stronger than season 1. And I like LoK for what it is, the final verdict is for when it finishes, but all and all I'm happy we had more avatar related stuff to begin with.
User avatar #87 - chenn (11/19/2013) [-]
The only thing I don't like about LoK is the relationships. I felt at least a quarter of the series is everyone being like "I love you. I hate you. No wait I actually love you. No wait he/she loves me. No wait I don't love him/her. Or maybe I do. I can't decide so let's go back to saving the world until I make up my mind." But then again, it's about teenagers and their wild hormones and even though I'm a teenager too, I don't understand how can people overdramatize things so much, but I can't protest either.
Otherwise, I find LoK amazing so far. It is different from A:TLA, but that doesn't make it bad. I especially enjoyed the references to Aang and the episodes about Wan. I like that the writers are not only trying to go forward, but they also create the world's mythology and history.
#86 - cmndrfatty (11/19/2013) [+] (1 reply)
#76 - thunderpony (11/19/2013) [+] (4 replies)
(mind blown internally)
(mind blown internally)
User avatar #54 - shamrockd (11/19/2013) [-]
Alright, let's remove LoK from TLA for a moment. It's a generic fantasy Kids cartoon with a weak plot (though admittedly stronger than a lot of shows out there) and predictable good vs evil characters.

If it weren't for the fact that it were related to TLA, i wouldn't watch it. It suceeds BECAUSE people relate it to TLA.
#40 - themedianoche **User deleted account** (11/19/2013) [-]
Still not as meaningfull as TLA
User avatar #33 - thedarkassassin (11/19/2013) [+] (1 reply)
The season finale made me like LoK a whole lot more than I used to. Just think, none of the other avatars had to deal with something of this magnitude since Wan.
User avatar #29 - tittylovin (11/19/2013) [-]
This is glaringly obvious.
Only tumbletts would miss this initially and then treat it like they solved some huge mystery.
They're both great shows, either together or independent of each other. That rarely happens, kudos to the writers.
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