I do not have to make an intro about Amon. I want to explain why I have made such claim: his life was a lie even before his own existence, because of the plague called Yakone. To grow up believing his father was someone who was not is the reason Amon existed. His existence was only used to fulfill the purpose of his “father” (Yakone is trash, he is no father to me) and Amon was clearly against this, and he did not know what to do after he destroyed Yakone. I do not blame Amon at all for all of his actions, he is no villain but a hero and is far more important than any Avatar.
What's on your mind?
Do you ever go to sleep angry because you realized that if it wasn't for nickelodeon being homophobic Korra and Asami's relationship would've developed more (they could've kissed at the end)? I mean they did that stupid love triangle plot for majority of the series just so Korra and Asami can hold hands at the end! This and the fact that Nick kept changing plans on the show confusing the creators and ruining the show (a little)
I know that TLOK premiered before the comic "the Search" but I think the Mother of Faces would be a great addition in Yakone's story. So we know he escaped from prison and underwent plastic surgery and changed his appearance (which was weird in my opinion). Instead of undergoing surgery, somehow him encountering with the Mother of Faces and changing his face like Ursa would be much cooler and would be a nice link to the comics I think. Maybe he would choose to forget his criminal past even?. Any opinions?
I just found this map of Republic City (I couldn't find the legend).
Am I the only one who thinks Republic City looks New York City, more specifically Manhattan? Apologies to any New Yorkers reading this. I'm not American and have only been to two cities: San Francisco and Los Angeles.
Statues in Republic City they have a statue of Avatar Aang and in NYC they have the Statue of Liberty both are near a body of water and a city
Your right he's dated more girls then anyone else in the series just saying lol
The normal avatar would be able to bend all elements but the dark avatar can't here's my theory so Wan only got to bend all elements bcs of the lion turtles but now they're extinct as they might say so
so bcs unalaq couldn't get the other lion turtle to give him the other elements to bend bcs its hard to find them so yeah but if somehow the elements carried by the light avatar goes through him he might be able to bend all elements and then the cycle continues water earth fire air or just water depending if they are evil or good
What do you think became of the Jasmine Dragon following Iroh's "departure"?
So this passage is from the wiki and says how Unalaq betrayed the Red Lotus during the kidnapping of little Korra. What I do not understand is why the Red Lotus accepted Unalaq as a member in the first place? I mean yeah he was linked to Korra and all but he was a member of the Water Tribe Royal family and after Tonraq was banished, he became next in line to the throne. So he litteraly represented what the Red Lotus fought against: hierarchy, order and monarchs. Do they just tried to use his links with Korra? and why did they trusted him in this kidnapping plan? I mean they represent opposite ideas, they should have known better...
What do you think?
In the first episode of season 2 aang grandkids and korra are racing and korra uses the avatar state to win ,and they gives the pasts lives lets take control of the avatar so what korra used the avatar state to let him play with his grand kids
Hey, guys. I wanted to post this question as a poll, but I can't think of any waterbender in ATLA or TLOK who could possibly compete with Yakone. He was just a freak of nature, able to bloodbend an entire courtroom of people with only his mind and without a full moon.
What do you think? Was Yakone really the most powerful waterbender in the history of Avatar?
So y'all know Varrick in The Legend of Korra. He says "Zhu Li or Julie do the thing." So my question is is it pronounced Zhu Li or Juile? Please let me know! :)
Amon was taking their bending away he was chi blocking them.in the avatar a chi blocker can hit a vein the benders body which stops them form bending .so what amon was doing is blood bending the vein and stop from flowing in their bending vein
Now i'm not saying that korra is not a good avatar but i hate people say korra is that strong since she can bend in the spirit world, the only way u can bend in the spirit if u if u use the portal.now im not saying korra is a weak avatar and just want to under stand that korra is the only avatar than can bend in the spirit if aang took the portel he whould be able to bend
So this is something I usually do in other fandoms. Reviewing a movie or a sequel and see if it's good or not. Basically the rundown of it is that I split up the review in six parts. Acting, Music, Comedy, Animation, Story, and Reception. I also rate each part on a scale from 1/10. The reason I'm not going to do this with the original Avatar is because basically everything's a 10/10 and you probably know that by now. After reviewing the 4 part's I'll rate the show from 1/10, explain in my best ability of what made it so good or bad, and give my final thoughts.
THIS CONTAINS SPOILERS AND YOU SHOULD KNOW THAT!!!
Now that we've gotten all of that out of the way let's start!
Acting: 9/10. That's no debate. Each of the actor's do an amazing job with each of the characters. Janet especially gave a hot headed tone and a gentler one at times for Korra which I felt worked quite well. Honestly every voice actor did an amazing job doing the voices for their characters and each voice for the character sounded extremely fitting.
Music: 6/10. Honestly the music sorta lacked for me. Mainly at the start I just couldn't really get into it. But throughout the seasons it got better especially at the end. The ending theme never ceases to get some tears out of me because of how solemn and calming it sounds. It's truly a masterpiece and you should go listen to it. But at the start I couldn't get into the vibe of the music which is why I gave it a 7/10.
Comedy: 4/10. Nothing really made me laugh. Not the jokes, gags, or really just anything. The jokes that made me laugh was when Bolin socked Zaheer and the entirety of Varrick. That's really it for the comedy of the show. Every joke just fell flat but that's just my opinion.
Animation: 10/10. The animation was superb! The bending, the fire, water, landscapes, cities, statues, people, designs, absolutely everything looked breathtaking. The animation only got better later on as the fight scenes became way more exciting and amazing than the past seasons. It was just perfect.
Story: 3/10. Ok ok the Korra fans are definitely gonna get mad at this one. I'll split up the books and give a short rundown of why I really did like the about the story and what I didn't like..
Book 1: Book 1 was well a mixed bag for me. Really at the start I absolutely despised how Korra just got all 3 elements without any work at all. Amon had a cool design but well as a villain he was just a generic one. Really I didn't like the Amon arc as a whole but at least the animation looked good. And the love triangle THE LOVE TRIANGLE was just painful to watch because it was just so boring! Tenzin was my favorite part of Book 1 and that's basically it. It was cool it see Old Katara but she didn't contribute much to book 1 except just say that Korra was free. Honestly the whole story in book 1 was a dumpster fire in my eyes.
Book 2: Okay I'm just going to say it Korra was a big [REDACTED] in this book. She was absolutely a [REDACTED] to Mako and to her friends. She basically ignored and hated her own dad. She left Tenzin who taught her so much. She seemed so power hungry and just a big pain in the [REDACTED]. The whole Dark Avatar thing just sounds like a cringy fan fiction. The Civil War was good but they just scrapped the whole thing for Light Avatar vs Dark Avatar. Wan was appealing but it was just filler and used to fill up space. Korra being able to go to the Avatar State no problem as well as the Avatar line being murdered was a stupid idea. Honestly I hated this book and it dragged on for so long. Except for... "ZHU LI DO THE THING!" Varrick stole the show and he's my favorite character,
Book 3: This is the best book and I loved Zaheer. What I loved about it is just the whole premise of Lavabending and the Fight Scenes were amazing to watch. It was honestly the best book in Korra as a whole and I wouldn't change anything about it.
Book 4: It was meh. It started off good but the whole mecha boss fight later at the end just sucked. The Music was good and I like Korrasami but it just didn't feel built up enough for me to think of it as a relationship. It went so fast. I like episodes like Korra Alone and how Korra deals with PTSD. I also like how Aang went from a Human to an Avatar while Korra went from an Avatar to a Human. And I loved the Zhu Li and Varrick ship which is probably by favorite ship in Korra.
Reception: 5/10. Korra got praised by Critics but the Fanbase had a mixed bag. Lot's of 1 Stars and 5 stars. People either said the show wasn't as good as Avatar or just outright sucked. The Critics liked the show but the fanbase clearly had a different opinion.
Final thoughts: So what is my final rating for this show? 6/10. Korra could have never lived up to it's successor which was clearly expected. ATLA is an art and Korra is just a beautiful jumbled up mess. I love and hate the show at parts and it was clearly quite rushed so we couldn't really get the full impact. It had potential but fell flat at the last hurdle and so we got this. I really liked Korra but also hated it and I'm sure you guys probably don't like parts about Korra as well. So it raises the question... what made it so bad? It's just the script, story, and rushed writing that made it fail and it's why the fanbase clearly didn't like it as much as Avatar. The Bender Four barely had screen time and Korra's friends didn't have much of a personality which really didn't make me sympathize with them. Just remember it's my opinion personally and you can like whatever you want. But honestly I think its worth watching if your a fan. But that's really all. My hands are cramping up from typing all of this so have a great day, stay safe, and seeya in the next post!
Do you know how Roku said that the avatar state was all the past avatars focusing their energy? Well, I think Korra just went into the Avatar state so Aang could just play with his grandkids.
By now everyone on this wiki should know Pema. The wife of Tenzin and mother of the next old blood generation of airbenders. But we don't know anything more than that.
In recent years, many people have pointed out striking resemblances between Pema, Ty Lee, and Jinora. And it is possible. Pema is possibly Ty Lee's daughter. Meaning like Bolin and Mako, Pema is half Earth Kingdom and half Fire Nation. The Earth Kingdom? you may be wondering. Yes, Pema is also of earth Kingdom origin. Her eyes tell us this. Like most earth kingdom eyes, Pema has green eyes. This is why she is most likely of Earth Kingdom origin.
SO if Fire Nation blood is from her maternal side, then Earth Kingdom blood must come from her paternal side. SO who is her dad? Of course, it can be any man of Earth Kingdom origin, but for some reason, I think it's Haru(couldn't find anyone else for the two, and having Pema as Ty Lee's daughter just made it work XD). Since Ty Lee and the Gaang and Haru and the Gaang are friends, these two may have met up after ATLA. And yes I know, the two characters never had any scenes or interactions together even in the show, but let's just use our imagination here.
People have also said that Ty lee shares some small resemblances to air nomads. This could be true, She could also be a descendant of Air Nomads that escaped the genocide and found a life in the Fire Nation. But due to the lack of the later generations' spirituality in the Fire Nation, the air bending gene may have died off.
Another reason as to why she is Ty lee's daughter is because of her relationship with Tenzin. In season 1 when Korra was talking to Ikki and Jinora while picking fruit, Pema walked by and said she had a crush on Tenzin for a long time. Now yes, she could have had a crush on him in school, but that is highly unlikely. In Book 4 LoK Pema is 39 years old. Also in Book 4, Tenzin is 55 years old. That is a wacky 16 years age gap. So they obviously wouldn't have known each other in school since Tenzi would have been way past the school when Pema was still in high(secondary) school. So how did they meet? Well since Ty lee and the Gaang are friends, they obviously met that way., through their parents.
This last part is more about Rohan rather than Pema. So we know that Katara is Tenzin's mother. This means that Tenzin carries 50% or less waterbending DNA. If Haru is Pema's father, then she carries earthbender DNA. Now we know Tenzin's airbending DNA dominated the first three kids(though they possibly carry small strands of earth and water bending DNA). But there is still Rohan who's bending element has not been confirmed. Of course, he could just be a nonbender like Pema, but considering he has earth, air, and water bending DNA, he could be a bender, most likely a late bloomer.
SO What element might he be? Well, he has approx. 25% chance of earth, water, air, and no element. Of course, 25% is just an estimate. He has airbending genes from Tenzin and a possible tiny sliver from Pema. This could make him an Airbender. But since air and earth are opposites they may cancel out. Which leaves water and no element. And since an element is more dominant over no element, Rohan might be a waterbender.
Mako as an overall character doesn't have the best of judgement-he grew up as a very poor orphan who had his brother to consider. I'm not trying to imply that it's his fault-but it must have been difficult to try to understand the world under those conditions. Korra was the one who crushed on him-they were never officially dating or anything, but if Asami had never come in, Korra would have eventually tried to start their relationship. It was kind of obvious that they liked each other, but he was probably less aware of that. Again, not that I blame him for it. He's a serious person and dating a teammate would have been "distracting" to him. Then out of nowhere comes the gorgeous and clever and rich and sweet driver, Asami. Oooh look, it's the newest most shiniest thing on the street! He is going to date someone he JUST met. Then he looks back at Korra and they kiss each other. Korra was certainly jealous of Mako and Asami, and he was jealous of Bolin and Korra. I'm sure they both were aware of the emotional damage that kissing each other would have done to poor little Bolin and Asami; but they did it anyway? Korra and Bolin wouldn't have been so terrible a ship if he had never gotten in the way. Maybe Korra would have developed feelings along the way. while he was dating Asami (which was a disgustingly saccharine and rushed ship anyway). Infidelity notice. If he'd just told Asami he wasn't yet ready to decide between the two, maybe at least she would have cared less when she found out. She was actually more surprised at the fact that he never told her rather than the fact he did it at all. Ooh, let's jump back to the all-amazing Korra. Let's continue to go back and forth between the two without telling one or the other, as though they were toys. Things grew tense between Asami and Mako as she began to suspect what was true. But he KNOWS it is, so why is he so scared to just break up with her? If you recall, after they got attacked again, Asami and Mako forgot to talk about their relationship-the two never officially broke up, from what we know, so it's highly possible that Asami was never even aware of the fact he and Korra had begun dating. So when Mako helped Asami, it makes sense Asami had assumed that all was well and they had been dating the entire time and still are. Asami still cared about Mako even when she was angry while he thought only of Korra as a girlfriend during that time. Which also explains why he was surprised when she kissed him. She really shouldn't have forced something that was already over, over from the start. At this point Asami and Korra were so sick of the back and forth they decided to both dump him before he could break up with either of them yet AGAIN.
Asami and Korra really got to know each other all this time-Mako actually gave them a reason to interact with each other, so thanks to him for that. I do agree that Korrasami was a bit rushed but they really did show to care about each other. Plus it developed along the way.
Please reply about your opinions of Jinora if you want. Don't disrespect any opinions!
(This series is every character in the Avatar World)
Amon is the greatest fictional character ever & we all know this. The first post I’d like to make is why Amon can solo the Avatar verse. First of all, we all know this man is unstoppable right ? He is the greatest waterbender in history. Blood bending with no full moon ? That’s amazing. We all know he was whooping Korra’s ass in that fight and to be honest, I’d say he would of killed her if it was open field & no distractions. If he goes toe to toe with anybody in Avatar verse it’s over. If you disagree, please name somebody who can defeat this amazing guy and let’s debate. I challenge ATLA wiki.