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116038 No. 116038
Not sure if everyone is aware but Nickmade a deal on tumblr to get a certain amount of reblogs and they would release the final 2 episdoes.

Didn't see a thread about it so figured I would post it.


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>> No. 116040
omg Zhao!
>> No. 116041
omg Zhao!
>> No. 116042
I wonder if that was just his soul or his physical body has been there since the ocean spirit attacked him.
>> No. 116046

Most likely his soul. It'd been 70 years since his death, but he looked more or less the same.
>> No. 116048
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Was anyone else really, really mad that Vaatu didn't get any good lines at all outside of the Wan flashback episodes?

He was pretty much the ultimate force and all we got was the usual WAH HA HA, VENGEANCE bullcrap.

I was also a bit disappointed that the Republic City wirefighting police didn't go all pic related on Unalaq's ass the minute he showed up. That would have been a nice homage.
>> No. 116049
It would have been cool but I think the entirety of season 2 was already planned out and being worked on before AOT's popularity skyrocketed.
>> No. 116050
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At least they put some effort into it this time. I still can't believe they pulled Book 1's finale out of their asses and BS'ed the final episodes in just a few days. Seriously, who thought that was a good idea?

That said, Amon or Unalaq: Who was the better baddie?

I'll go with Unalaq because he had good intentions, even if they were fueled by evil ambitions. Amon was just,

>I had a bad childhood, so. . .
>> No. 116051
Amon because dat Steve Blum voice and I liked his confrontations with Korra best.
>> No. 116053

Definitely Amon. He was mysterious, and menacing, and just plain fucking cool. And that voice...
>> No. 116056
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He entered the Spirit World in the same way that Iroh went in, except Iroh walked in on his own and Zhao was dragged in by a water spirit.

So he’s dead but not dead.
>> No. 116057
>I still can't believe they pulled Book 1's finale out of their asses and BS'ed the final episodes in just a few days.
>BS'ed the final episodes in just a few days.
Got a source for that? No?

Then go back to /co/, spread your lies and mindless hatred there.
>> No. 116059
So are the books with our third avatar gonna be where we ignore bending and everyone gets Spirit stands
>> No. 116065
Well, they definitely jumped the shark.

But it was kinda glorious.

Like they completely said goodbye to any restraint or tone or hell most rules.
Anti-Avatar, giant Kaiju battle with chest beam bursts, Admiral Zhao... Fuck it, lets go all out. Everything goes!

However, I really don't want to think of it as a sequel to ATLA, because of how it lost all pretence of depth and went for the mindless spectacle like that.

But minor annoyances aside, this was a fun watch.
>> No. 116066
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At the very least they kept their grubby hands off Azula.
I still find it funny she played a giant, friendly, mushroom.
>> No. 116068
Amon’s strongest power was the power to convince people to join his side. His anti-bending power is nothing compared to what Unalaq did, and without Hiroshi Sato’s technology Amon would be just another protestor in the park.
>> No. 116069
Wait what?
>> No. 116070

are you suggesting that book 3 or 4 is going to have vampires?
>> No. 116071

are you suggesting that book 3 or 4 is going to have vampires?
>> No. 116072
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When Kya, Bumi, and Tenzin were in the spirit forest Tenzin said they'd walked past the same mushroom several times. The mushroom confirmed it. That mushroom was played by Grey Delisle-Griffin.
>> No. 116073
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No it'll be like Persona they'll have secret unlockable powerups.

Also why the fuck didn't Mako just use lightning against Unalaq? Even Asami could've taken him down for the count faster than those two jokers.
>> No. 116074
Might as well, at this point.
Hell, have more people merging with spirits to gain random superpowers too.
And then Korra tries to force them all to register with the government.

Wait, that means another civil war.
>> No. 116075
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>Korra in charge of a government
>> No. 116078
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And the Bending master will still ultimately be a far superior character to the majority of the new Spiriti stand users.
>> No. 116084
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Sooo can we talk about this?
>> No. 116085
The last 2 episodes are out now? :O
>> No. 116086
No go away
>> No. 116088
What do they even have in store for next season? Will Bolin become a Ghostbuster?
>> No. 116092
Well word is Asami and Korra will be getting closer.
>> No. 116093
How the fuck is THAT going to work? What do they have in common?
>> No. 116094
huge responsibility at a young age? taste in men?
>> No. 116095
These episodes are out now? For how long?
>> No. 116096
unknown Nick put them up after they got 10,000 reps on the fansite at around midnight yesterday. They are going to actually air it next week as well.
>> No. 116098
Many people on /r/thelastairbender as well as /co/ have claim that Korra has the functions to become the first dark avatar which we know isn't true, but this actually got me thinking. Is it possible for Korra to actually turn evil when part of the Avatar is Raava who represents light and probably wouldn't allow for such things to happen? Just watched chapter thirteen and about to start chapter fourteen now.

Also, how would this series differ had the first season been twenty episodes and the second season the same? My guess would be that they would have had more time to flesh out the story more and the feeling of it being rushed done away with. Harmonic Convergence probably would have been that end series event much like Aang and Ozai's battle was during Sozin's Comet and The Equalist would have been a sub-story much like the Dai Li in Book 2 Earth.
>> No. 116099
As has been mentioned countless times before, had they had 20 episodes they should have used them to flesh out the characters, the story as is could stand if the audience was more invested in the characters.
>> No. 116102
Just what exactly are Raava and Vaatu supposed to take inspiration from design-wise? They look like fabulous giant Dugesia to me.
>> No. 116105
I first thought they were spiritual tape worms.

I just watched chapter fourteenth and why did this ending feel much better than book one? With the connection to Korra's past lives broken, does this make her the first Avatar in a new cycle while being the last in Wan's and Aang's? Why do I get the feeling should the time come for The Legend of Korra to end, Korra will be one of the only Avatars to go through some very heavy shit compared to all of the past ones?

While one could have seen the portals remaining open between the spirits and humans. Couldn't this lead to another possible enemy that is anti-spirit much like how the Equalists were anti-benders? How would Avatars like Roku feel about this decision to freely come and go between the two worlds?

Can Avatar Korra be considered a fully realized Avatar now?
>> No. 116107

Bryan describes them as giant squid-kite creatures.
>> No. 116116
oh dammit. REAPERS!!!!
>> No. 116117
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Actually that is what ME was missing a Benevolent Reaper that saw a fault in the endless cycle.

Also Dat Ultra Beam
>> No. 116118
What I didn't like:
* Boling being shockingly stupid and uncaring about his own brother being thrown in jail.
* "We're all very proud of you Mako. Great job getting framed and helping your brother randomly stumble into the evidence you needed to be proven right. Not going to apologize for throwing you in jail, by the way." I mean, he deserves the respect for being right, but they act like he brought down Varrak by himself when he failed to do so.
* As soon as Korra gets back, we jump right into the relationship drama crap. Asami's face? That was my face.
* "Yeah, Asami? We couldn't think of any reason to keep you around, so could you just kind of... go? Okay? Thanks, you're a peach. Maybe you'll be important next season."
* Bolin and Eska just seems... ew.
* Unalaq, despite probably having the most power and the greatest achievements out of all the Avatar villains, is still undoubtedly the worst in terms of story-telling quality.

What I liked:
* Bolin fighting off the waterbenders to the beat of his mover was surprisingly awesome.
* Holy cow was that mover stupid.
* Bolin in general was more entertaining as comic relief than he has been in a while.
* Varrak is still pretty funny.
* Bumi actually seemed pretty capable. I know that shouldn't seem surprising, but please recall that this is the first time we've ever actually see him do anything.
* Mako/Bolin double-team action needs to happen more often.
* Zany Spirit World nonsense.
* "I am Zhao the conqueror!"
* Paradigm shifts all over that ending. I respect a series that isn't afraid to make big changes to its world and characters.

And, most of all...
* Mako and Korra break up because they both realize that their relationship just doesn't work!
>> No. 116119
Its a step in the right direction to show that not all relationships work no matter how much may seem invested in them at the start or the emotions attached (not many kid shows put that out) . They still care deeply for one another but they just don't work as a couple. Eska and Bolin seem to come to that realization more on her than him but it looked like a nice parting. As clunky as this season started I think it shaped up very well in the end changed the status for the world and set the stage for some interesting stories to come. I for one I'm interested to see where things go from here.
>> No. 116120
Yeah, okay, but what happens to Vaatu?
>> No. 116121
Ah. Just realized...

Korra's minor bout of amnesia? It's not just to stir up the shipping stuff, it's also to explain why she didn't go through with recruiting the Fire Navy.

Think about it: Korra's whole reason for entering into the Spirit World with Jinora is because the South is too heavily fortified for her to assault on her own. Attacking it from the inside is the safe bet.

Only it isn't. Remember, Iroh II just explained how his family would happily aid the Avatar, and that's before the "end of the world" stuff enters into the picture. The Fire Navy would totally help Korra out here... only that would mean cutting the Tenzin Clan and the Republic City arc completely out of the main story.

Thus, the amnesia. Korra won't ask Old Man Zuko and the Fire Lord for help if she can't remember that she was ever going to ask. That gets the ball rolling on Jinora's kidnapping and the second portal opening.
>> No. 116123
>Dark Avatar

Oh god, the claims of this ending like bad fanfiction were true!
>> No. 116124

Thought that it worked in context, especially with what was already established with Unalaq (he was consistantly shown trying to grab as much power as he could, him trying to usurp Korra makes sense from a story standpoint).

I liked the finale. It shook things up a bit and tried new things while acknowledging the things that made Airbender so great. The series from the Wan episodes onwards was, in my opinion, at least twenty times better than most of the preceeding series combined.

And this is from someone who LIKES the show.
>> No. 116125
If it were done any other way I would have found it dumb, but it made sense. I just wish Unalaq had called it something other than "dark Avatar" like yeah, you're totally going to convince people you're doing the right thing by calling it that. I would've just settled with it being called the new Avatar or something.

Since I'm assuming that in Vaatu's case purify = destroyed, he should be regrowing in Raava. Now, whether or not he and Unalaq are still merged is up for questioning, but I think the latter is actually dead.
>> No. 116126
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We damn well better see Varrick again.
>> No. 116128
>If it were done any other way I would have found it dumb
It was dumb regardless.
Just a fun kind of dumb.

Some things just always work:
>villain gains unlimited power and reveals his final form
>hero seemingly destroyed
>sage advice from mentor
>hero levels up
>Ultimate battle for ultimate destiny
>hero on the ropes
>last minute saving throw by unlikely ally
>villain defeated
>hero does a speech about some shit
Can't get any more workmanlike than that. Even if they went for pure, unadulterated spectacle.
>> No. 116130
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>> No. 116131
Fifth element indeed.
>> No. 116132
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Here's the final fight, to the soundtrack of Pacific Rim:

>> No. 116135

I guess you missed the flashback; besides the "I HAVE DADDY ISSUES BAWWWW", it also establishes Amon was always concerned with fairness.

Unalaq, as well intentioned as he was, was pretty fucking stupid. DURR I'M GOING TO RESTORE BALANCE TO THE WORLD WITH THE SPIRIT OF CHAOS DURR!!!!!
>> No. 116136
Looks shopped, I can tell from some of the pixels and from seeing quite a few shops in my life.
>> No. 116141
You need a lot of power to restore balance on a global scale and Vaatu offered enough power.
>> No. 116147
Alright, as someone who only a few episodes ago did his fair share, if not an excessive amount of bitching about this season. I gotta say, these last 4 episodes where pretty damn awesome. I still cosider my complaints valid,especially that the B plot really should have tied better into the overall narrative. However, Verrick. Therefore everything is forgiven. Seriously, not just one of my favorite Avatar characers, but one of my favrite characters period. Love that they didn't change a damn thing about his personality after he went psuedo-villian on us, like it was all some kind devious act. No, that's just how he is and who he is. Installing a luxury suite cell in the prison he built because he figured he'd wind up there someday anyway... There is nothing about this character you can't fall in love with. Verrick is every kind of fantastic.

Now, let's talk about the bending fights. Thank god studio mir is back becuase these were some of the best bending battles I think the series has ever done. Bolin (on his home turf) vs. those waterbenders, great. Tonraq vs. Unalaq, one of the coolest waterbending battles ever. And obviously the Avatar is gonna pull out some sweet shit, but I really want to throw some spcecial praise at the combined effort of Mako and Bolin. I loved the way they worked together as well as how they fight in a perfect blend of pro-bending teamwork and moves applied to real world fighting.

...will continue later. I really need to get back to work.
>> No. 116152
My friend says they were silly and she knows far better than me or anyone else here.
>> No. 116159
While the last two episodes were mostly good them had some serious problems:

1) Unalaq attacked Republic City for no reason. I'm guessing the writers did this so that they could show all the characters in Republic City but from a story perspective it made no sense. If Unalaq was meant to hate Republic City for some reason then he should have stated this before attacking this city (he had plenty of times to launch a tirade of where he plans to destroy first).

2) The part where Korra meditated in a tree to gain cosmic power so she could fight Vatu felt like an asspull, while Jinora's involvement made this 1,000 times worse. Within about 5 episodes Jinora goes from ordinary girl, to somehow being able to guide people into the spirit world despite never having done this before, to somehow being able to sense everything in the the spirit world and teleport around it, to being able to weaken Vatu and help Korra beat him.

It was like the writers wrote themselves into a corner, then decided that Jinora would save everyone without putting any thought into why Jinora would have this power. So the writer basically made Jinora into a Mary Sue with Deus ex Machina powers for no real reason.
>> No. 116160
the first time i watched that scene i played that song on over the top. it synced up way better than that video though
>> No. 116163

>1) Unalaq attacked Republic City for no reason

Stopped reading there. This has been explained several times already, quit watching the show with your asscheeks.
>> No. 116167
>Unalaq attacked Republic City for no reason.
Republic City was the ultimate symbol of the old Avatar and the old era that Unalaq was trying to destroy, it makes perfect sense for him to go there first.
>> No. 116168
Except wouldn't Republic City only be a symbol of Avatar Aang and not the entire Avatar cycle? From what that user might have been getting at is that Unalaq seemed to have a problem with Aang particularly than the Avatar in general by attacking the city.
>> No. 116169
Republic City is arguably one of the biggest impacts an Avatar has had on the planet, and also Republic City = a place where all four nations can live together in peace and the Avatar = a person who can learn all four elements and is meant to keep the peace.
>> No. 116170
Also, considering how gung-ho Unalaq was about the need for spirituality, a place like Republic City which doesn't have any sense of it would be a particularly glaring example of the Avatar's failures, and a symbol of all that is wrong in the modern world.
>> No. 116173
So basically no matter what. Avatar Aang will be remembered as the one Avatar to have drastically changed the world compared to all other previous ones within ten thousand years including Wan?
>> No. 116175
well bringing an end to a hundred year war and uniting those same warring factions into a new republic is a pretty big accomplishment
>> No. 116177
Book 3 The Shoguns

>A stronger enemy arrives in Republic City with plans bring down the Avatar with power of the Shogun, Korra's bending is useless against this new enemy. With of three skilled Shogun warriors and their master Korra and her friends learn the way of the Shogun to defeat this new enemy.

Well damned if I'm not baffled and intrigued. By the array of cast if this is true and since this would get some more martial arts fighting.
>> No. 116178

I know this isn't true, but that would be hilariously convoluted and awesome to watch.
>> No. 116179
So now that the spirit portals are open permanantly and spirits can come out and mingle in the physical world. Does that mean Iroh can go hang out with old man Zuko?
>> No. 116181
Good cliffnotes post for anyone who didn't understand the implications of the Book 2 Finale http://rcnano13.tumblr.com/post/67447644526/a-simple-list-to-understanding-the-korra-finale
>> No. 116182
I thought the finale (both episodes) were pretty fun. I think this show is better when it focuses a little less on politics and much more on cosmic stuff.
>> No. 116184
The fact that you were unable to explain why shows that there wasn't a reason.

When exactly did Unalaq claim that Republic City was the symbol of the old era, the Avatar, or lack of spirituality? Why not attack Kyoshi island which was much closer to the Souther Water Tribe and also represented another Avatar? Is there anywhere other than the Northern Water Tribe which is meant to be spiritual?

Face it nothing in the show indicates that Unalaq hates Republic City any more than he hates anywhere else, which makes it so odd that he would chose to attack there rather than anywhere else.

So the Shogun is going to be stronger than Vaatu, who was a spirit that could destroy the world? It seems that the power creep is getting worse.

How exactly did Jinora know how to use the spiritual light and teleport? Also in theory someone could use the same thing on Korra to reveal where Vaatu is and pull him out of Korra.
>> No. 116185
Why does Unalaq need to profess his hatred for Republic City to actually dislike the place?

Unalaq was a traditionalist, a point which the show has tried to ram home throughout. Republic City, a place where cultures intermingle, the spirits are (seemingly) uncared for and a place of rapid technological progress is a place which stands in stark contast of his ideals, so even without Unalaq delivering a spiel about it's evils, it should be pretty clear why he'd dislike the place.
>> No. 116186
>stronger enemy
>Korra's bending is useless

Sounds generic.
Not sure if worth watching.
>> No. 116187

>taking the false Shogun plot rumor at face value

Pls go.
>> No. 116188
"Legend of Korra: We DBZ now!"

Seriously you didn't expect shounen bullshit from these writers?
>> No. 116192
but what is the secret of the Shogun was They Haz Guns. Gun Samurais. Yea I know its not real but that would be crazy.
>> No. 116193
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Gun-Katanas you mean.

No one can defeat this melding of the two ultimate forms of personal weapon.
>> No. 116194
Although I doubted it was actually going to happen (because this is a kid's show and you can't show really young kids "dying"), was I the only one who thought it was possible Jinora was going to sacrifice herself to reenergize Raava instead of just making it easier to find her?
>> No. 116195
I dont understand this weapon. When you already have what is essentially the pinnacle of weapons technology, one that can kill almost effrotlessly and instantly, even at range. Why bother strapping a gun to it?
>> No. 116199
>When exactly did Unalaq claim that Republic City was the symbol of the old era, the Avatar, or lack of spirituality?
Well I felt it was obvious that Republic City stood for all of those things (except maybe the lack of spirituality because we really don't have anywhere else to compare it to in terms of that).

Aang, the previous Avatar, ushered in a new era of peace and balance (and Unalaq wanted a an era of darkness and chaos) and helped to create Republic City, a place where the four nations were meant to live together was representation of that. There's really no symbolism behind Kyoshi Island or her actions when creating it besides her wanting to keep it safe.

Yeah, nobody in the show comes out and SAYS it, but it's not hard to figure it out or unreasonable to think.

>How exactly did Jinora know how to use the spiritual light and teleport?
The theory is that the Wan statue gave her a spiritual boost or something. Yes, it was unclear, but really not a DEM since we knew from before the book even began airing that Jinora was going to play a bigger role.

I thought she was going to become a spirit or something and have to stay in the spirit world, but I guess Korra leaving the portals open would've made that point moot.
>> No. 116213
>“The title of Book 3 is going to be called ‘Change,’” DiMartino said. “It’s all about Korra dealing with the change of the world in this point in time. At the end of Book 2 she says it’s a new era. And it really is and we’re going to show how Harmonic Convergence and her battle with Unalaq and Vaatu kind of shifted the world a bit.”

>> No. 116214
Cue lots of shitty Obama jokes from all the slowpokes who can't give it a rest.
>> No. 116215
>driving to my job at the grocery store
>traffic is bumper to bumper
>starting to get impatient and pissed off
>my negative emotions set off a nearby spider spirit
>it goes on a rampage, killing dozens of people before a waterbending police squad manages to arrive and calm it with their golden shower shit
>end up an hour late to work and get fired

>> No. 116216
Remember when each season was named after an element? And not only would the season/book heavily revolve around said element, but also the characters and locations and themes as well? Yeah, me too.

I'm sure looking forward to seeing this bitch learn how to bend "change."
>> No. 116217
This has to be one of the weirdest complaints about the show I've ever seen. I didn't know that the naming methods of ATLA's books were the ultimatum for future ones.
>> No. 116218
Except it was. The first season wasn't named "Air" for nothing. It's the element she needed to master. The themes were about letting go and not being as grounded, and Tenzin/air nomads/air temple. Second season was a bit of a stretch, but it's still fine, since the Avatar is heavily tied to spirits and it might as well BE the fifth element. But Change? What?

Also it's not a complaint. Not everything here has to be a complaint. It's just a minor point I'm bringing up.
>> No. 116219

>Book 1: Air
>Spent learning airbending
>Airbending wound up being the move to finish the Big Bad

>Book 2: Spirits
>Waterbending and both Water Tribes heavily featured
>Waterbending wound up being the move to finish the Big Bad

>Book 3: Change
>Lin (Earthbender) and her family will be heavily featured
>Earth Queen to be involved somehow

I don't see any bucking of this trend Anon. Though of course if they stuck with the element named books you would probably be complaining about rehashing.

>Calling Korra a bitch after she saved the world without the aid of the Avatar Spirit

>> No. 116220
Waiting for Two Best Friends to lose their shit over the finale. That and some more Book 3 Asami news soon I hope.
>> No. 116221
God people on this board choose the most inane and petty things to complain about.
>> No. 116222
Oh wow. It's like you didn't read my posts at all. It's like all you want to do is argue and fling shit at each other without a second thought.~

You can't bring up one little thing in this shit hole without ten ravenous butthurt fans jumping all over you. That's when you're not being banned on the spot for sneezing too loud.
>> No. 116223
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>Except it was.
Got a source for that? Because as far as I know it was never said that if another Avatar was the focus of a series it would have to be about their journey in learning the elements, or that all of their respective books would have to be named after one.

You may not have meant it to be a complaint but it really came off that way. Would you rather they named it spirits or air part 2?
>> No. 116224
Technically, TLoK has followed the same naming guidelines. Book 1 was called Air as she has still yet to master proper airbending. Book 2 was called Spirits and it focused on her inability to learn the spiritual side of being the Avatar. Spirituality is still considered an element. It's one of the three things that can classify as a fifth element along with Space/Aether and Love.
>> No. 116225

Yeah, but if you wanna be picky about it, it was called "Spirits," not "Spirit," or something denoting an energy/element to master.

I just don't think it's a huge deal, man. Aang's journey was primarily finding a teacher to learn an element, then learning it, with adventure woven throughout for the purpose of ending the war, which was the constant overarching plot.

Korra's just straight up structured differently, we have no reason to stick to the element thing.
>> No. 116227
Where did the Gaang Jr. thread go?
>> No. 116228
Incidentally, does no one notice the irony of arguing about a naming pattern being broken when the item that breaks it is explicitly named "Change?" Symbolically speaking, that's actually quite clever, and if I thought for a second they had planned it from the beginning I'd probably be clapping right now.
>> No. 116230
Do they post reactions like TGWTG or something? They mention stuff in videos but if you don't pay attention you miss it. I remember Matt smiling and buying the Korra Book 1 art book and Woolie approving.
>> No. 116231
Not as good as having ended it after "Book 4: Air." Whoops I went and said it.
>> No. 116233
Does Korra have to deal with the element of change in this book?
>> No. 116234
You mean water?
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