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#3 - dat song was lit tho  [+] (1 reply) 12/01/2016 on Beauty and the Beast +8
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#4 - rewday (12/01/2016) [-]
to the fukn max.
I don't normally do print shirts, but HD to get one with this pic on it. best 20$ investment ever.
#15 - the moment i saw that the boxer wasnt the only one in the pict…  [+] (1 reply) 11/30/2016 on Dram Big +4
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#18 - hackmon (11/30/2016) [-]
yep, clear as day
#4 - its actually finnish driving simulator, but whatever, almost the same  [+] (4 replies) 11/29/2016 on Eastern European Truck... +13
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#16 - IHaveADHD (11/30/2016) [-]
What is it called? Might check it out when I get my rig back online.
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#19 - captainprincess (11/30/2016) [-]
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#5 - pacaio (11/29/2016) [-]
*Finnish life simulator

Also better carbuilding than car mechanic simulator
#17 - they are not really, its a different show, atla is this what i…  [+] (12 replies) 11/28/2016 on in progress avatar game,... +2
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#33 - killjoyus (11/29/2016) [-]
ill admit ER is a bit hyperbolic. but he does raise a lot of very valid issues. not just about the Wan episodes, but about Korra in general.

Also by the logic that you can't compare every little detail and the original is still there, then M.Night's avatar movie is also good and worth watching, because its not ATLAB but its own thing right? The only way to know if a sequel, spin off, or prequel has any merit is if it enhances and raises the source material to a higher level with its inclusion.

Korra, lowers and trivializes every aspect of ATLAB, effectively cheapening the original show. I mean Korra mastered 3 elements by 4, Aang must be one of the word avatars since he took a year to learn the other elements and wasn't as powerful as korra. And Zuko, Azula, and Uncle Iroh must not be that great of firebenders if everyone and their grandma can lightning bend.


Also, this is my biggest gripe with korra, how come we are told the world caters to benders but never even shown hints of it? Like even if Amon was lying there would have to be some level of institutionalized favoritism so normal people would rally behind him. How come most technology seemed to work independent of benders?
which would actually start to trivialize the use benders have in society rather then making them a protected class.

like sure its an ok show, better then a lot of drek we get. But is it ok to stop at ok? isn't it better to demand better, to say Korra wasn't on ATLAB's level, and we are disappointed and want something on that level.
#36 - anon (11/29/2016) [-]
In all fairness she masters the three elements much later than 4 years old, her mastery of firebending is what causes her to move on to airbending (where season 1 picks up where she is quite clearly a teenager), in the first scene we see her use 3 different elements at a young age but she is not a master, similar to how we see Aang use fire bending in season 1, he has the ability but isn't training it and he picks up waterbending techniques extremely fast (remember Katara's annoyance!). In comparison Aang actually becomes a fully realised Avatar far earlier than Katara as she masters the four elements a lot later in her life than him.
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#38 - killjoyus (11/29/2016) [-]
Except korra, at 4, has more control over 3 elements then Aang did for an entire season. Korra just magically has the ability to use all 3 with no training better at age 4. Korra is a natural waterbender, as in thats what she would have been if not the avatar, by the lore and reasons of season 1 she should have had the most trouble with firebending, her strongest besides water, as Aang had trouble with his natural opposite of earthbending.

Sure Aang becomes the full avatar earlier, but he had to earn it, instead of crying on a cliff and having Roku come over and hand him the avatar status. As korra did at the end of season 1 with Aang.

Not to mention Korra learned airbending by going against every principle and teaching of the airbenders, primarily pacifistic monks. and learned it while fighting using waterbending.
#40 - anon (11/29/2016) [-]
I was admittedly also irritated by the fact that Korra seems so strong with fire bending considering we know Roku and Aang both struggled with their 'opposite' elements.

But I accept your point, Aang and Roku had no knowledge of their ability to use all 4 elements as the Avatar until they were told by elders, Roku especially was very old when he learnt he was to be the Avatar and Korra discovered all 3 by herself, seems strange to be fair. I guess it's down to the focus on martial arts style which was never as prominent in LoK as it was in TLA. Stance and learning move's was such a big part of learning to bend but the writers take a completely different direction in LoK.
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#41 - killjoyus (11/29/2016) [-]
which is dumb, the entire point of the bending was its martial arts use, the reason it was so difficult and had such layers of skill was because you had to learn the martial arts to bend good. Like sure it'd be fine if the new direction was them modernizing the moves, as its happened a lot with martial arts, but they go from extensive and difficult martial arts moves to much easier, and lazier design wise, psudeo 20's era boxing of a sort.
#42 - anon (11/29/2016) [-]
Let's not forget Bolin instantly learning Lava Bending, a cool idea but executed so lazily, same with Boomey and the hundreds of others instantly discovering Air Bending considering what a fuss it was for Korra to learn to use her Air Bending
I do have to however agree with your point that Korra having 3 elements at her disposal at the age of 4 seems unrealistic going by the standards of the previous series.
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#43 - killjoyus (11/29/2016) [-]
eh, all of korra was a mess. from the terrible character choices such as bolin being nothing but comic relief and serving no real purpose to the mismatched story and what was shown. to the retcon and contradictions with the original
#44 - anon (11/29/2016) [-]
Season 2 especially with Bolin caring more about his acting career more than his brother being imprisoned wrongfully or Korra fighting evil spirits in the south, and then complaining to Asami that "team avatar is falling apart". Characters were often pushed too hard to be 3 dimensional and just completely hit and missed. Korra, Tenzin, Amon (ignoring the season 1 finale) and Chief Bayfong were all great characters but other than that, everything else felt stale and unoriginal.
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#45 - killjoyus (11/29/2016) [-]
Mako could have been good. if he was strictly "brother first" to the point of him ruining shit, instead of being an awkward peg for the love triangle. then useless
#46 - anon (11/29/2016) [-]
He was likeable but just not interesting enough, he needed a real motive that wasn't just some half baked act of love, would have been amazing to see a storyline with him that was full of vengeance for those that killed his parents Perhaps a little too similar to Katara's revenge on the fire bender that killed her mother or seen him uncharacteristically absolutely lose control of his emotions for something he really cared about. A character that is dark and mysterious is interesting but becomes shallow when there's no depth to that darkness and mystery.
#37 - anon (11/29/2016) [-]
*Korra not Katara, my bad
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#18 - captainprincess (11/28/2016) [-]
Yes really
those wan episodes outright un-do a lot of things established in ATLA and since Aang is literally a character in it's lore they're connected
#15 - i agree, but according to their studios they werent getting en…  [+] (16 replies) 11/28/2016 on in progress avatar game,... +3
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#21 - fireshared (11/29/2016) [-]
Which do you think is the best episode? Been meaning to re-watch the series but cant find the will power...
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#47 - beezox (11/29/2016) [-]
of korra? i like the wan episodes, if u mean in atla, i would watch the dragon dance episode, cant remeber what it was called
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#16 - captainprincess (11/28/2016) [-]
Oh yeah the story of wan
this guy, ER-Senpai has a lot to say about the story of wan
and the story of korra too but wan is his latest chew-toy

The Legend of Whorra Reniggings Part 1
The Legend of Whorra Reniggings Part 2
The Legend of Whorra Reniggings Part 3

In all seriousness I saw the wan episodes and I like them
theyre cool

but you cant deny they DO scream 'fuck you' at ATLA quite glaringly
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#17 - beezox (11/28/2016) [-]
they are not really, its a different show, atla is this what it was and is never gonna change, just because a new show changes to a new format doesnt mean the old thing is gone, i personally liked the fact that they went another way with the new series but you cant compare EVERY little detail in both shows, they are simply not the same. you can say the wan episodes are a fuck u in the face of atla or you can say it has nothing to do with it at all, personally i hated the fact that korra broke the bonds to the preivous avatars but korra still told great stories, its not all shit. this senpai dude got annying to listen to after 20 min, paused everysec to find something to complain about ''fire bender just put her hands on fire, what the actual fuck'' like cmon, dude
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#33 - killjoyus (11/29/2016) [-]
ill admit ER is a bit hyperbolic. but he does raise a lot of very valid issues. not just about the Wan episodes, but about Korra in general.

Also by the logic that you can't compare every little detail and the original is still there, then M.Night's avatar movie is also good and worth watching, because its not ATLAB but its own thing right? The only way to know if a sequel, spin off, or prequel has any merit is if it enhances and raises the source material to a higher level with its inclusion.

Korra, lowers and trivializes every aspect of ATLAB, effectively cheapening the original show. I mean Korra mastered 3 elements by 4, Aang must be one of the word avatars since he took a year to learn the other elements and wasn't as powerful as korra. And Zuko, Azula, and Uncle Iroh must not be that great of firebenders if everyone and their grandma can lightning bend.


Also, this is my biggest gripe with korra, how come we are told the world caters to benders but never even shown hints of it? Like even if Amon was lying there would have to be some level of institutionalized favoritism so normal people would rally behind him. How come most technology seemed to work independent of benders?
which would actually start to trivialize the use benders have in society rather then making them a protected class.

like sure its an ok show, better then a lot of drek we get. But is it ok to stop at ok? isn't it better to demand better, to say Korra wasn't on ATLAB's level, and we are disappointed and want something on that level.
#36 - anon (11/29/2016) [-]
In all fairness she masters the three elements much later than 4 years old, her mastery of firebending is what causes her to move on to airbending (where season 1 picks up where she is quite clearly a teenager), in the first scene we see her use 3 different elements at a young age but she is not a master, similar to how we see Aang use fire bending in season 1, he has the ability but isn't training it and he picks up waterbending techniques extremely fast (remember Katara's annoyance!). In comparison Aang actually becomes a fully realised Avatar far earlier than Katara as she masters the four elements a lot later in her life than him.
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#38 - killjoyus (11/29/2016) [-]
Except korra, at 4, has more control over 3 elements then Aang did for an entire season. Korra just magically has the ability to use all 3 with no training better at age 4. Korra is a natural waterbender, as in thats what she would have been if not the avatar, by the lore and reasons of season 1 she should have had the most trouble with firebending, her strongest besides water, as Aang had trouble with his natural opposite of earthbending.

Sure Aang becomes the full avatar earlier, but he had to earn it, instead of crying on a cliff and having Roku come over and hand him the avatar status. As korra did at the end of season 1 with Aang.

Not to mention Korra learned airbending by going against every principle and teaching of the airbenders, primarily pacifistic monks. and learned it while fighting using waterbending.
#40 - anon (11/29/2016) [-]
I was admittedly also irritated by the fact that Korra seems so strong with fire bending considering we know Roku and Aang both struggled with their 'opposite' elements.

But I accept your point, Aang and Roku had no knowledge of their ability to use all 4 elements as the Avatar until they were told by elders, Roku especially was very old when he learnt he was to be the Avatar and Korra discovered all 3 by herself, seems strange to be fair. I guess it's down to the focus on martial arts style which was never as prominent in LoK as it was in TLA. Stance and learning move's was such a big part of learning to bend but the writers take a completely different direction in LoK.
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#41 - killjoyus (11/29/2016) [-]
which is dumb, the entire point of the bending was its martial arts use, the reason it was so difficult and had such layers of skill was because you had to learn the martial arts to bend good. Like sure it'd be fine if the new direction was them modernizing the moves, as its happened a lot with martial arts, but they go from extensive and difficult martial arts moves to much easier, and lazier design wise, psudeo 20's era boxing of a sort.
#42 - anon (11/29/2016) [-]
Let's not forget Bolin instantly learning Lava Bending, a cool idea but executed so lazily, same with Boomey and the hundreds of others instantly discovering Air Bending considering what a fuss it was for Korra to learn to use her Air Bending
I do have to however agree with your point that Korra having 3 elements at her disposal at the age of 4 seems unrealistic going by the standards of the previous series.
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#43 - killjoyus (11/29/2016) [-]
eh, all of korra was a mess. from the terrible character choices such as bolin being nothing but comic relief and serving no real purpose to the mismatched story and what was shown. to the retcon and contradictions with the original
#44 - anon (11/29/2016) [-]
Season 2 especially with Bolin caring more about his acting career more than his brother being imprisoned wrongfully or Korra fighting evil spirits in the south, and then complaining to Asami that "team avatar is falling apart". Characters were often pushed too hard to be 3 dimensional and just completely hit and missed. Korra, Tenzin, Amon (ignoring the season 1 finale) and Chief Bayfong were all great characters but other than that, everything else felt stale and unoriginal.
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#45 - killjoyus (11/29/2016) [-]
Mako could have been good. if he was strictly "brother first" to the point of him ruining shit, instead of being an awkward peg for the love triangle. then useless
#46 - anon (11/29/2016) [-]
He was likeable but just not interesting enough, he needed a real motive that wasn't just some half baked act of love, would have been amazing to see a storyline with him that was full of vengeance for those that killed his parents Perhaps a little too similar to Katara's revenge on the fire bender that killed her mother or seen him uncharacteristically absolutely lose control of his emotions for something he really cared about. A character that is dark and mysterious is interesting but becomes shallow when there's no depth to that darkness and mystery.
#37 - anon (11/29/2016) [-]
*Korra not Katara, my bad
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#18 - captainprincess (11/28/2016) [-]
Yes really
those wan episodes outright un-do a lot of things established in ATLA and since Aang is literally a character in it's lore they're connected
#12 - korra is aight, i liked the later seasons but it doesnt stand …  [+] (18 replies) 11/28/2016 on in progress avatar game,... +3
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#14 - captainprincess (11/28/2016) [-]
I watched some of the first season and it didnt manage to keep me gripped
so I cant say if it gets better but that, to me, isnt generally worth it

plus it bothered me how bending seemed to be just...
weaker somehow
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#15 - beezox (11/28/2016) [-]
i agree, but according to their studios they werent getting enough money to flush out combat so they went with some more fast paced boxing type of bending..mostly, the problem i have is the steam punk thing, never been a fan of that, but if you havnt seen it the 2 best episodes from the show, at least in my opinion is the origin stories where we get to know th efirst avatar, ironic how the best episodes in korra isnt even about korra but whatever
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#21 - fireshared (11/29/2016) [-]
Which do you think is the best episode? Been meaning to re-watch the series but cant find the will power...
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#47 - beezox (11/29/2016) [-]
of korra? i like the wan episodes, if u mean in atla, i would watch the dragon dance episode, cant remeber what it was called
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#16 - captainprincess (11/28/2016) [-]
Oh yeah the story of wan
this guy, ER-Senpai has a lot to say about the story of wan
and the story of korra too but wan is his latest chew-toy

The Legend of Whorra Reniggings Part 1
The Legend of Whorra Reniggings Part 2
The Legend of Whorra Reniggings Part 3

In all seriousness I saw the wan episodes and I like them
theyre cool

but you cant deny they DO scream 'fuck you' at ATLA quite glaringly
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#17 - beezox (11/28/2016) [-]
they are not really, its a different show, atla is this what it was and is never gonna change, just because a new show changes to a new format doesnt mean the old thing is gone, i personally liked the fact that they went another way with the new series but you cant compare EVERY little detail in both shows, they are simply not the same. you can say the wan episodes are a fuck u in the face of atla or you can say it has nothing to do with it at all, personally i hated the fact that korra broke the bonds to the preivous avatars but korra still told great stories, its not all shit. this senpai dude got annying to listen to after 20 min, paused everysec to find something to complain about ''fire bender just put her hands on fire, what the actual fuck'' like cmon, dude
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#33 - killjoyus (11/29/2016) [-]
ill admit ER is a bit hyperbolic. but he does raise a lot of very valid issues. not just about the Wan episodes, but about Korra in general.

Also by the logic that you can't compare every little detail and the original is still there, then M.Night's avatar movie is also good and worth watching, because its not ATLAB but its own thing right? The only way to know if a sequel, spin off, or prequel has any merit is if it enhances and raises the source material to a higher level with its inclusion.

Korra, lowers and trivializes every aspect of ATLAB, effectively cheapening the original show. I mean Korra mastered 3 elements by 4, Aang must be one of the word avatars since he took a year to learn the other elements and wasn't as powerful as korra. And Zuko, Azula, and Uncle Iroh must not be that great of firebenders if everyone and their grandma can lightning bend.


Also, this is my biggest gripe with korra, how come we are told the world caters to benders but never even shown hints of it? Like even if Amon was lying there would have to be some level of institutionalized favoritism so normal people would rally behind him. How come most technology seemed to work independent of benders?
which would actually start to trivialize the use benders have in society rather then making them a protected class.

like sure its an ok show, better then a lot of drek we get. But is it ok to stop at ok? isn't it better to demand better, to say Korra wasn't on ATLAB's level, and we are disappointed and want something on that level.
#36 - anon (11/29/2016) [-]
In all fairness she masters the three elements much later than 4 years old, her mastery of firebending is what causes her to move on to airbending (where season 1 picks up where she is quite clearly a teenager), in the first scene we see her use 3 different elements at a young age but she is not a master, similar to how we see Aang use fire bending in season 1, he has the ability but isn't training it and he picks up waterbending techniques extremely fast (remember Katara's annoyance!). In comparison Aang actually becomes a fully realised Avatar far earlier than Katara as she masters the four elements a lot later in her life than him.
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#38 - killjoyus (11/29/2016) [-]
Except korra, at 4, has more control over 3 elements then Aang did for an entire season. Korra just magically has the ability to use all 3 with no training better at age 4. Korra is a natural waterbender, as in thats what she would have been if not the avatar, by the lore and reasons of season 1 she should have had the most trouble with firebending, her strongest besides water, as Aang had trouble with his natural opposite of earthbending.

Sure Aang becomes the full avatar earlier, but he had to earn it, instead of crying on a cliff and having Roku come over and hand him the avatar status. As korra did at the end of season 1 with Aang.

Not to mention Korra learned airbending by going against every principle and teaching of the airbenders, primarily pacifistic monks. and learned it while fighting using waterbending.
#40 - anon (11/29/2016) [-]
I was admittedly also irritated by the fact that Korra seems so strong with fire bending considering we know Roku and Aang both struggled with their 'opposite' elements.

But I accept your point, Aang and Roku had no knowledge of their ability to use all 4 elements as the Avatar until they were told by elders, Roku especially was very old when he learnt he was to be the Avatar and Korra discovered all 3 by herself, seems strange to be fair. I guess it's down to the focus on martial arts style which was never as prominent in LoK as it was in TLA. Stance and learning move's was such a big part of learning to bend but the writers take a completely different direction in LoK.
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#41 - killjoyus (11/29/2016) [-]
which is dumb, the entire point of the bending was its martial arts use, the reason it was so difficult and had such layers of skill was because you had to learn the martial arts to bend good. Like sure it'd be fine if the new direction was them modernizing the moves, as its happened a lot with martial arts, but they go from extensive and difficult martial arts moves to much easier, and lazier design wise, psudeo 20's era boxing of a sort.
#42 - anon (11/29/2016) [-]
Let's not forget Bolin instantly learning Lava Bending, a cool idea but executed so lazily, same with Boomey and the hundreds of others instantly discovering Air Bending considering what a fuss it was for Korra to learn to use her Air Bending
I do have to however agree with your point that Korra having 3 elements at her disposal at the age of 4 seems unrealistic going by the standards of the previous series.
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#43 - killjoyus (11/29/2016) [-]
eh, all of korra was a mess. from the terrible character choices such as bolin being nothing but comic relief and serving no real purpose to the mismatched story and what was shown. to the retcon and contradictions with the original
#44 - anon (11/29/2016) [-]
Season 2 especially with Bolin caring more about his acting career more than his brother being imprisoned wrongfully or Korra fighting evil spirits in the south, and then complaining to Asami that "team avatar is falling apart". Characters were often pushed too hard to be 3 dimensional and just completely hit and missed. Korra, Tenzin, Amon (ignoring the season 1 finale) and Chief Bayfong were all great characters but other than that, everything else felt stale and unoriginal.
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#45 - killjoyus (11/29/2016) [-]
Mako could have been good. if he was strictly "brother first" to the point of him ruining shit, instead of being an awkward peg for the love triangle. then useless
#46 - anon (11/29/2016) [-]
He was likeable but just not interesting enough, he needed a real motive that wasn't just some half baked act of love, would have been amazing to see a storyline with him that was full of vengeance for those that killed his parents Perhaps a little too similar to Katara's revenge on the fire bender that killed her mother or seen him uncharacteristically absolutely lose control of his emotions for something he really cared about. A character that is dark and mysterious is interesting but becomes shallow when there's no depth to that darkness and mystery.
#37 - anon (11/29/2016) [-]
*Korra not Katara, my bad
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#18 - captainprincess (11/28/2016) [-]
Yes really
those wan episodes outright un-do a lot of things established in ATLA and since Aang is literally a character in it's lore they're connected

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