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  • Is there anyway for Korra to reconnect to the Avatar Cycle once desrtoyed by Unalaq?

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    • Nah

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    • Eh, maybe Korra could reconnect with past Avatars through various items that relate to them in some way (i.e. the fire amulet that connected Aang to Roku).

      Though (and assuming it would even work in the first place) Korra would have to come into possession of a hell of a lot of those types of items to reconnect with all her past lives.

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    • Jk4000 wrote: Is there anyway for Korra to reconnect to the Avatar Cycle once desrtoyed by Unalaq?

      I want to believe in the restoration of the Avatar connection to the past lives very much.

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    • Had a fan-fic idea where Korra or a post-Korra avatar finds a spirit that records all memories, and can easily repair the Avatar's past lives. Unfortunately the spirit believes that the Avatar should earn this right, sending her/him on an arduous series of tasks to prove their worth. The spirit would probably be called Yama.

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    • The alternative I came up with for my own writing was that Vaatu's been living inside the spirit of Raava and has been blocking Korra from those lives (I mean, she can still multi-bend, which Raava got back in the day and which shouldn't have been passed down when she "died"). Exorcise Vaatu, and you return the past lives.

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    • D-Bunk'd wrote:
      Eh, maybe Korra could reconnect with past Avatars through various items that relate to them in some way (i.e. the fire amulet that connected Aang to Roku).

      Though (and assuming it would even work in the first place) Korra would have to come into possession of a hell of a lot of those types of items to reconnect with all her past lives.


      Maybe she could find a few items, one for each element. Or maybe she just needs an item from the avatar before her, Aang, which will restore her connection to her past lives like how Aang restored his connection by recrafting the fire bead in the Rift Trilogy.

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    • PhysicistsareawesomePHD wrote:
      D-Bunk'd wrote:
      Eh, maybe Korra could reconnect with past Avatars through various items that relate to them in some way (i.e. the fire amulet that connected Aang to Roku).

      Though (and assuming it would even work in the first place) Korra would have to come into possession of a hell of a lot of those types of items to reconnect with all her past lives.


      Maybe she could find a few items, one for each element. Or maybe she just needs an item from the avatar before her, Aang, which will restore her connection to her past lives like how Aang restored his connection by recrafting the fire bead in the Rift Trilogy.


      That or she could find Wan's teapot or something (going all the way back to the beginning to jump start the entire line or something) and do that. Time to talk to Iroh in the spirit world lol. I don't know, mostly joking here really

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    • I think that could be possible by meditating in the Tree Of Time?

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    • The way I interpreted what I saw watching the show is that an Avatar Cycle ended when Raava was torn out of Korra by Unalaq/Vaatu, hence the loss of the past lives.

      When the two reconnected, a new, separate Avatar Cycle began - so as Wan, in his day, had no past lives to rely on, Korra, who is now the First Avatar of a second Avatar Cycle, no longer has the memories of the Avatars from the previous cycle to rely on - not that she ever did in any meaningful way, which is why I question the idea that the past lives are even necessary.

      Heck, even Aang didn't rely on any of the past lives much except Roku and Yangchen(He consulted a couple of the others, such as Kyoshi, maybe once or twice), and he didn't always take their advice even when he did.

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    • They've pretty much always been a useful resource to have, but not exactly earth-shatteringly important. But they do help distinguish the Avatar from Captain Planet.

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    • D-Bunk'd wrote:
      Eh, maybe Korra could reconnect with past Avatars through various items that relate to them in some way (i.e. the fire amulet that connected Aang to Roku).

      Though (and assuming it would even work in the first place) Korra would have to come into possession of a hell of a lot of those types of items to reconnect with all her past lives.

      What do you mean? Are you talking about the fire temple, that was burnt down by Roku.

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    • The only "amulet" I can think of he might be referring to is the necklace Aang used in the comics - I can't seem to find a good pic of it, but it looked a lot like the one Gyatso used to wear, except it had four circular "pendants" - one for each element.

      In The Promise, he uses it as a spiritual focus to communicate with Roku, until he breaks it - and has to repair it in The Rift in order to be able to communicate more effectively with Yangchen.

      Problem I have with that theory though, is that with Aang, the connection is basically still there - He uses the necklace as a focus for his meditation to make it easier to communicate with, for instance, Roku and Yangchen, but they are already connected. 

      In the case of Korra, there is no connection at all anymore, so amulet or not, she can't communicate with the past Avatars because there's no connection at all to use to establish contact.

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    • I to wish that Korra could reconnect with her past lives.

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    • Coming from someone who has a buttload of ideas for a new series about an Avatar after Korra (and plans on writing it when I can), here's what I think could happen:

      When Raava is reborn inside someone, making them the Avatar, their spirits should gain a kind of speicial connection. A connection that makes their own inner spirit a part of Raava and the light of the world itself. So in other words, that is a connection to Raava herself and should never be able to be taken away. So when Vaatu destroyed her, he didnt actually sever the entire connection itself as again, its still a part of Raava's very being and when she revives the connection revives as well. What Vaatu actually severed was the ability to sense the connection, making it look like the Avatar is no longer connected to the past lives without them being able to perceive such a thing. By no longer sensing it, it goes beyond their own comprehension. And if you don't have strong natural spiritual awareness and power, you will never be able to regain the ability to sense it. It makes sense for Korra since, unlike Aang and Unalaq, Korra has always lacked in spiritual arts. Its like Unalaq said, she can hardly recognize her spiritual abilities (not that it's a bad thing, Korra's talented in her own way). And it got even worse when she got poisoned. The only thing going for her is having a stronger connection to Raava. Stronger, not perfect. Hence Korra being disconnected from Raava for 3+ years after fighting the Red Lotus, and not even being able to enter the spirit world. So Korra wouldnt have the potential to restore it. But if any Avatar after her possesses strong spiritual capabilities, they may have that potential unlike any Avatar before them. So what I think could be done is make an Avatar post-Korra who specializes in spiritual matters and have them regain the ability to sense their connection to the other Avatars again, technically "restoring" it in the process.

      Its what I intend to do for my Avatar anyways.

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    • ProfessorKukui4Life wrote:
      Coming from someone who has a buttload of ideas for a new series about an Avatar after Korra (and plans on writing it when I can), here's what I think could happen:

      When Raava is reborn inside someone, making them the Avatar, their spirits should gain a kind of speicial connection. A connection that makes their own inner spirit a part of Raava and the light of the world itself. So in other words, that is a connection to Raava herself and should never be able to be taken away. So when Vaatu destroyed her, he didnt actually sever the entire connection itself as again, its still a part of Raava's very being and when she revives the connection revives as well. What Vaatu actually severed was the ability to sense the connection, making it look like the Avatar is no longer connected to the past lives without them being able to perceive such a thing. By no longer sensing it, it goes beyond their own comprehension. And if you don't have strong natural spiritual awareness and power, you will never be able to regain the ability to sense it. It makes sense for Korra since, unlike Aang and Unalaq, Korra has always lacked in spiritual arts. Its like Unalaq said, she can hardly recognize her spiritual abilities. And it got even worse when she got poisoned. The only thing going for her is having a stronger connection to Raava. Stronger, not perfect. So Korra wouldnt have the potential to restore it. But if any Avatar after her possesses strong spiritual capabilities, they may have that potential unlike any Avatar before them. So what I think could be done is make an Avatar post-Korra who specializes in spiritual matters and have them regain the ability to sense their connection to the other Avatars again, technically "restoring" it in the process.

      Its what I intend to do for my Avatar anyways.

      Good Idea ^

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    • ProfessorKukui4Life wrote:
      Coming from someone who has a buttload of ideas for a new series about an Avatar after Korra (and plans on writing it when I can), here's what I think could happen:

      When Raava is reborn inside someone, making them the Avatar, their spirits should gain a kind of speicial connection. A connection that makes their own inner spirit a part of Raava and the light of the world itself. So in other words, that is a connection to Raava herself and should never be able to be taken away. So when Vaatu destroyed her, he didnt actually sever the entire connection itself as again, its still a part of Raava's very being and when she revives the connection revives as well. What Vaatu actually severed was the ability to sense the connection, making it look like the Avatar is no longer connected to the past lives without them being able to perceive such a thing. By no longer sensing it, it goes beyond their own comprehension. And if you don't have strong natural spiritual awareness and power, you will never be able to regain the ability to sense it. It makes sense for Korra since, unlike Aang and Unalaq, Korra has always lacked in spiritual arts. Its like Unalaq said, she can hardly recognize her spiritual abilities. And it got even worse when she got poisoned. The only thing going for her is having a stronger connection to Raava. Stronger, not perfect. So Korra wouldnt have the potential to restore it. But if any Avatar after her possesses strong spiritual capabilities, they may have that potential unlike any Avatar before them. So what I think could be done is make an Avatar post-Korra who specializes in spiritual matters and have them regain the ability to sense their connection to the other Avatars again, technically "restoring" it in the process.

      Its what I intend to do for my Avatar anyways.

      Just by you having good ideas like this (and interested in writing Avatar), I can sense a strong future with the Avatar franchise. Even if the original creators don't continue the animation, someone will. There is too much money and cult following not to further production in the future. This show is was one of a kind, and its ahead of its time.

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    • DOTtheFAN wrote:
      ProfessorKukui4Life wrote:
      Coming from someone who has a buttload of ideas for a new series about an Avatar after Korra (and plans on writing it when I can), here's what I think could happen:

      When Raava is reborn inside someone, making them the Avatar, their spirits should gain a kind of speicial connection. A connection that makes their own inner spirit a part of Raava and the light of the world itself. So in other words, that is a connection to Raava herself and should never be able to be taken away. So when Vaatu destroyed her, he didnt actually sever the entire connection itself as again, its still a part of Raava's very being and when she revives the connection revives as well. What Vaatu actually severed was the ability to sense the connection, making it look like the Avatar is no longer connected to the past lives without them being able to perceive such a thing. By no longer sensing it, it goes beyond their own comprehension. And if you don't have strong natural spiritual awareness and power, you will never be able to regain the ability to sense it. It makes sense for Korra since, unlike Aang and Unalaq, Korra has always lacked in spiritual arts. Its like Unalaq said, she can hardly recognize her spiritual abilities. And it got even worse when she got poisoned. The only thing going for her is having a stronger connection to Raava. Stronger, not perfect. So Korra wouldnt have the potential to restore it. But if any Avatar after her possesses strong spiritual capabilities, they may have that potential unlike any Avatar before them. So what I think could be done is make an Avatar post-Korra who specializes in spiritual matters and have them regain the ability to sense their connection to the other Avatars again, technically "restoring" it in the process.

      Its what I intend to do for my Avatar anyways.

      Good Idea ^

      I know right.

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    • If I ever get to start writing my Avatar story, do you guys want me to post each chapter here for you to read.

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    • There's a fanon portal on the Wiki you can use for that.

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    • Kk. Thank you!

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    • I wish she could reconnect with her past lives. She has Raava again after all, and it's just kind of sad that the past Avatars like Wan and Aang are truly gone now.

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    • i wish they'd just continue the series.

      To watch an earthbending avatar grow up would be tremendous. In addition we'd also see progress regarding the world he/she lives in which would be so interesting! 

      Also do I think that it'd be cool to see an fully grown up avatar since both of the times now we had "childs and teens". 

      ProfessorKukui4Life really like your idea, espeacially the part with a new avatar reestablishing connection with past lives. 

      There must be some company out there who would pay a talented team of designers to create another series. DeMartino and Konietzko could just hand it off to someone else without even having to be a part of it.

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    • Avatar Aang was able to connect with Avatar Kyoshi by wearing her clothes, though they were rumored to be "still connected to her spirit"On avatar day. Though, even if she does we probably won't see it because the series has finished.

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    • I'd love to see more in the Avatar franchise, I can't wait for each comic/graphic novel to come out several months after the previous one.

      At the end of the Legend of Korra finale, all I cared about was Korra reconnecting with the past avatars, especially Aang, I cared about that so much that I gave barely any thought to the Korrasami moment at the end. Whenever I think back to the finale I tend to think, if leaving the spirit portals opened somehow restored balance by giving random people airbending (something which I feel wasn't fully explained) then surely Avatar State Korra vs Kuvira's Spirit Weapon should have done something to restore Korra's connection seeing as it somehow created a new Spirit Portal (which I also think wasn't fully explained.

      Reading through the posts on this discussion, I think it would be interesting for Korra to go on some great journey to collect whatever souvenirs/items she can which are connected to past Avatars (Wan's teapot, Avatar Relics, Aang's magical meditating necklace, Kyoshi's clothes, maybe the Fire Prince's Crown that Roku had for most of his life etc) and then meditated under the tree of time to try and reconnect using the memories the tree stores as well as the cosmic energy in the universe or something, I don't know, I just want the past Avatars back! At the very least, Korra could try meditating under the tree of time now she has a good connection to Raava again, though I doubt that alone would do much.

      Either that or, as also previously suggested in the discussion, a new Avatar that wants to learn more about their Avatar lineage could try going on some life-changing journey to fix what Korra couldn't do, kinda like how Aang had to deal with the war which Roku was responsible for not being able to prevent.

      Thinking back to Roku's explanation of the Avatar State, is Korra weaker in the Avatar State now compared to previous Avatars?!

      "The Avatar State is a defense mechanism, designed to empower you with the skills and knowledge of all the past Avatars... The glow is the combination of all your past lives focusing their energy through your body"

      Based on that explanation, either Korra should be weaker in the Avatar State. Yet since she was still powerful enough to open up a new spirit portal then surely this means there must be some, very fragile and delicate connection to her past lives. I mean, there's no real way that I can think of which we can measure an Avatar's power within the Avatar State, but just by comparison to previous Avatars, I'm not sure there's really many other Avatar fetes which can be compared to this.

      At the end of the day I'm not that fussed about what the particular story/journey is, I just want the Avatar to connect with their past lives, with some sort of explanation as to how this was achieved rather than just saying they woke up one morning and found they somehow had connection again (not saying anyone would write anything along the lines of this, but I mean I'd like a proper explanation rather than just a sudden change in the story to say that the Avatar got their connection to past lives back). I just want more Avatar!

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    • I just want the next Avatar to be so OP. Besides being a master of the four elements, the next Avatar has also learned specialized sub bending styles like Lightning bending, Lavabending, metalbending. The next Avatar will be the one to be able to reconnect the past lives of the Avatar spirit.

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    • Well, just incase I unfortunately never get the chance to start my Avatar story, I did have some pretty cool ideas on abilities for my Avatar to obtain. It would be consisting of "reality"-bending, time bending, enhanced spirit water bending and an evolved-form of the Avatar State that no Avatar has ever been able to achieve. 

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    • I think the next Avatar should reconnect to the Avatar Cycle.

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    • I kinda like the old avatar cycle is broken because I really like Legend of Korra more than Legend of Aang and I would like the new cycle to start with Korra

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    • I think Raava cannot access her previous life so Korra could reconnect with the old Avatars

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    • i think korra and aaang shuld get married and their kid should be the super avatar

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    • I don't understand why the past lives were not regained when Raava was revived when they were the last she was revived, back when Aang had died in the Avatar State and subsequently was revived by Katara using the Spirit Oasis Water... how is that consistent? Going by what we know of the Avatar State and what happens once the Avatar dies in it, logically Raava must have died back then too, yes? We know that when the Avatar dies in the State, the cycle is broken, and the Avatar will cease to exist. If this is not meant as the death of the Avatar Spirit, what is it? The death of the "host" of Raava? We saw a visual representation of the past lives disappearing, as if being destroyed, back when Aang died, just like we did with Korra. There were minor differences, like Aang's going up in smoke and Korra's bursting into sparks, but still seemed to portray the same thing.

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    • In Aang case azula just electrocuted him. Korra now just remember that raava was ripped out of Korra and destroyed. See the difference change is good even if it's not what you want.

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    • Dean494 wrote:
      In Aang case azula just electrocuted him. Korra now just remember that raava was ripped out of Korra and destroyed. See the difference change is good even if it's not what you want.

      And I disagree. The change had absolutely no bearing on Korra, the world, the story. She barely ever talked to the past Avatars. Therefore, it was just irelevant. It didn't need to happen. She was also her own Avatar already, and since people are citing that as a good reason for the severing of that connection, that makes no sense for that specific reason. She didn't listen to them, she didn't use their guidance. She was her own person to begin with. It was just a nonsensical choice from a purely technical writing perspective.

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    • Lukas Exemplar wrote:

      Dean494 wrote:
      In Aang case azula just electrocuted him. Korra now just remember that raava was ripped out of Korra and destroyed. See the difference change is good even if it's not what you want.

      And I believe you are dead wrong. The change had absolutely no bearing on Korra, the world, the story. She barely ever talked to the past Avatars. Therefore, it was just irelevant. It didn't need to happen. She was also her own Avatar already, and since people are citing that as a good reason for the severing of that connection, that makes no sense for that specific reason. She didn't listen to them, she didn't use their guidance. She was her own person to begin with. It was just a nonsensical choice from a purely technical writing perspective.

      Who asked you, pal?

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    • Peter.bouchelle wrote:

      Lukas Exemplar wrote:

      Dean494 wrote:
      In Aang case azula just electrocuted him. Korra now just remember that raava was ripped out of Korra and destroyed. See the difference change is good even if it's not what you want.
      And I believe you are dead wrong. The change had absolutely no bearing on Korra, the world, the story. She barely ever talked to the past Avatars. Therefore, it was just irelevant. It didn't need to happen. She was also her own Avatar already, and since people are citing that as a good reason for the severing of that connection, that makes no sense for that specific reason. She didn't listen to them, she didn't use their guidance. She was her own person to begin with. It was just a nonsensical choice from a purely technical writing perspective.
      Who asked you, pal?

      Are you saying I came off as rude? Because then just say that. I do think I did though, but only with my opening statement. I am sorry about that one Dean. You might not be wrong. But I disagree with your opinion.

      Also, remember that Pathik taught us a morale during AtLA about everything being connected, that separation was illusion, and that some things are even the same. The death of the past lives is also somewhat a violation of that philosophy/morale, which was a major point in AtLA. And a message to the viewers. Of course it was kinda meant in a "Treat others the way you want to be treated" kind of way. Which, with my "dead wrong" comment, I didn't do. It's late though, I am tired. I think that's why that harsh language slipped out. Sorry, again.

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    • Lukas Exemplar wrote:

      Peter.bouchelle wrote:

      Lukas Exemplar wrote:

      Dean494 wrote:
      In Aang case azula just electrocuted him. Korra now just remember that raava was ripped out of Korra and destroyed. See the difference change is good even if it's not what you want.
      And I believe you are dead wrong. The change had absolutely no bearing on Korra, the world, the story. She barely ever talked to the past Avatars. Therefore, it was just irelevant. It didn't need to happen. She was also her own Avatar already, and since people are citing that as a good reason for the severing of that connection, that makes no sense for that specific reason. She didn't listen to them, she didn't use their guidance. She was her own person to begin with. It was just a nonsensical choice from a purely technical writing perspective.
      Who asked you, pal?

      Are you saying I came off as rude? Because then just say that. I do think I did though, but only with my opening statement. I am sorry about that one Dean. You might not be wrong. But I disagree with your opinion.

      Also, remember that Pathik taught us a morale during AtLA about everything being connected, that separation was illusion, and that some things are even the same. The death of the past lives is also somewhat a violation of that philosophy/morale, which was a major point in AtLA. And a message to the viewers. Of course it was kinda meant in a "Treat others the way you want to be treated" kind of way. Which, with my "dead wrong" comment, I didn't do. It's late though, I am tired. I think that's why that harsh language slipped out. Sorry, again.

      Sorry about the back-talk.

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    • Lukas Exemplar wrote:

      Dean494 wrote:
      In Aang case azula just electrocuted him. Korra now just remember that raava was ripped out of Korra and destroyed. See the difference change is good even if it's not what you want.

      And I disagree. The change had absolutely no bearing on Korra, the world, the story. She barely ever talked to the past Avatars. Therefore, it was just irelevant. It didn't need to happen. She was also her own Avatar already, and since people are citing that as a good reason for the severing of that connection, that makes no sense for that specific reason. She didn't listen to them, she didn't use their guidance. She was her own person to begin with. It was just a nonsensical choice from a purely technical writing perspective.

      But that’s kind of the problem, isn’t it? She wasn’t just Korra to begin with, she was the Avatar. She was supposed to listen to them, from the beginning. And there were times, even within Books 1 and 2 (not counting the flashbacks or the whole Raava thing) where they could have been of some use. Not to mention that the Avatar State during all those times was grossly underused—none of the great power that Aang had, with the voices of eternity channeling through his mortal body, just glowing eyes and at best Raava speaking over everyone. It’s like they wanted to...kill the past?

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    • If they ever continued the series after Korra, I like to believe that sometime in the future it will be a necessity for the Avatar to reconnect with their pre-Korra lives in order for some big ex deus machina ammount of spiritual power.

      Like.. I dunno. A meteor is about to hit the planet and wipe out all life and the meteor is also Satan and the Avatar State needs to be twice as powerful to stop it or something.

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    • Mystic Monkey wrote: If they ever continued the series after Korra, I like to believe that sometime in the future it will be a necessity for the Avatar to reconnect with their pre-Korra lives in order for some big ex deus machinima ammount of spiritual power.

      Like.. I dunno. A meteor is about to hit the planet and wipe out all life and the meteor is also Satan and the Avatar State needs to be twice as powerful to stop it or something.

      Agreed.

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    • Peter.bouchelle wrote:

      Mystic Monkey wrote: If they ever continued the series after Korra, I like to believe that sometime in the future it will be a necessity for the Avatar to reconnect with their pre-Korra lives in order for some big ex deus machinima ammount of spiritual power.

      Like.. I dunno. A meteor is about to hit the planet and wipe out all life and the meteor is also Satan and the Avatar State needs to be twice as powerful to stop it or something.

      Agreed.

      Thirded.

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    • D-Bunk'd wrote:
      Eh, maybe Korra could reconnect with past Avatars through various items that relate to them in some way (i.e. the fire amulet that connected Aang to Roku).

      Though (and assuming it would even work in the first place) Korra would have to come into possession of a hell of a lot of those types of items to reconnect with all her past lives.

      I was thinking that there's a spiritual residue residing in avatar bloodlines. find an artifact or descendant of the First Avatar, and boom you reconnect the cycle.Though finding a known descendant of Wan is like finding the Holy Grail

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    • ElPirato wrote:

      D-Bunk'd wrote:
      Eh, maybe Korra could reconnect with past Avatars through various items that relate to them in some way (i.e. the fire amulet that connected Aang to Roku).

      Though (and assuming it would even work in the first place) Korra would have to come into possession of a hell of a lot of those types of items to reconnect with all her past lives.

      I was thinking that there's a spiritual residue residing in avatar bloodlines. find an artifact or descendant of the First Avatar, and boom you reconnect the cycle.Though finding a known descendant of Wan is like finding the Holy Grail

      Those are both good storylines.

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    • they are, but the questions are:

      1. What artifacts to use

      2. Who is/are Wan's descendant(s)?

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    • I hope that Korra reconnects to the Avatar Cycle in some of the future comics someday, I still have hope that the big problem will be solved.

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    • As I see it, Korra has only done great trouble. I really like the Legend of Korra, but I hate Korra. Perhaps because people with his character I can't stand them even in the real world.
      Korra is impulsive, not reasoning, stubborn and does not learn from her mistakes.
      A tells Korra that B did something, and Korra kicks B's door and yells at him. B tells Korra that A lied, and Korra returns to A, kicks the door and yells at him. But think a little earlier?
      In the first season she did not listen to Tenzin, his teacher, the son of his past life, who loves her and who has known her for all her life, and nearly lost an irremediable mess.
      In the second season, did Korra learn the lesson? NO! Unalaq arrives, Korra listens to him ignoring his father and after 5 minutes a new planetary mess. As if losing the connection to his past lives wasn't bad enough, Korra also decides to leave the portals open by throwing the world into chaos. The portals have just been opened and the world has just risked 10,000 years of darkness! Does it seem logical to leave them open? If Korra had listened to her father and had kept the portals closed there would have been no problem with Unalaq, without the problem with Unalaq there would have been no problem with Zaheer, and without the problem with Zaheer there would have been no problem with Kuvira. Number of deaths?
      Korra Has done more trouble and damage in 4 years than the Nation of Fire in a century.

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    • I don't hate Korra, in fact I admit the mistakes she makes and she doesn't recognize but I think her attitude changed too much as Asami Sato's girlfriend, think about it when you have a partner completely changes your attitude.

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    • Hong Shen wrote:
      I don't hate Korra, in fact I admit the mistakes she makes and she doesn't recognize but I think her attitude changed too much as Asami Sato's girlfriend, think about it when you have a partner completely changes your attitude.

      Where I come from it says: Thanks for nothing. Korra started a relationship with Asami in the last 30 seconds of the last episode of the last season.

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    • KJDZ wrote:

      Hong Shen wrote:
      I don't hate Korra, in fact I admit the mistakes she makes and she doesn't recognize but I think her attitude changed too much as Asami Sato's girlfriend, think about it when you have a partner completely changes your attitude.

      Where I come from it says: Thanks for nothing. Korra started a relationship with Asami in the last 30 seconds of the last episode of the last season.

      Then you are against Korra starting a relationship with Asami in the last episode of the series in general!

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    • Hong Shen wrote:

      KJDZ wrote:

      Hong Shen wrote:
      I don't hate Korra, in fact I admit the mistakes she makes and she doesn't recognize but I think her attitude changed too much as Asami Sato's girlfriend, think about it when you have a partner completely changes your attitude.
      Where I come from it says: Thanks for nothing. Korra started a relationship with Asami in the last 30 seconds of the last episode of the last season.
      Then you are against Korra starting a relationship with Asami in the last episode of the series in general!

      Ummm, I am fairly certain KJDZ didn't say anything about being against Korra and Asami starting a relationship in that comment.

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    • Hong Shen wrote:

      KJDZ wrote:

      Hong Shen wrote:
      I don't hate Korra, in fact I admit the mistakes she makes and she doesn't recognize but I think her attitude changed too much as Asami Sato's girlfriend, think about it when you have a partner completely changes your attitude.

      Where I come from it says: Thanks for nothing. Korra started a relationship with Asami in the last 30 seconds of the last episode of the last season.

      Then you are against Korra starting a relationship with Asami in the last episode of the series in general!

      I didn't say that I'm against Korra's relationship with Asami. I wanted to say that Korra started her relationship with Asami in the last 30 seconds of the last episode of the last season, so what does it matter how she could possibly become AFTER the end of the series? I wanted to see Korra become a better person DURING the series.

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    • Not to be rude, but this is a perfect example of why I wish people weren't so assumptious, always jumping the shark and reaching, and that people spend more time comprehending a comment and stance before commenting. Speaking in regards to Hong Shen's comment. Again, not be rude. But it was kind of weird how you got "I didn't like the bisexual and/or lesbian thing" from his comment when he didn't actually say that.

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    • I remind you that Korra became a better person when she began her engagement with Asami at the end of the series.

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    • Hong Shen wrote:
      I remind you that Korra became a better person when she began her engagement with Asami at the end of the series.

      I seem to talk to someone who answers "I come home at 8:00" to the question "what time is it?".

      No. Review the end of the series because what happens is not what you say.  What you say is what you like to believe.  All that is seen of their relationship is a few seconds, in which they hold their hands, look into each other's eyes and smile at each other.  

      Stop.  

      That's all.  

      We don’t know if their relationship will continue forever.  

      We don't know if they will be happy.  

      We don’t know what kind of person Korra will become.

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    • He accepts that Korra will live happily home with Asami for the rest of his life as Aang did with Katara at the end of the series.

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    • Hong Shen wrote:
      He accepts that Korra will live happily home with Asami for the rest of his life as Aang did with Katara at the end of the series.

      Accept what?  What do you like to believe?  We know that Aang and Katara have been happy together for life because we saw it at the beginning of the second series, not because we saw it at the end of the first series.  The Legend of Korra has an open ending.  They could be together forever or not.  In any case, this does not justify all cases made by Korra.

      Even if Korra has a relationship with Asami for life and she will become the best person in the world AFTER the end of the series, this does not change the fact that if I watch the whole series I only see her making trouble.

      Accept the fact that I don't like Korra.  And not because of her relationship with Asami.  Because I find her stupid.

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    • Well, we don't see just a few seconds, because there is such a thing as the comics in which the relationship gets further developed.

      However, I also believe (not just from what we've seen with Mako) that Korra is maybe not the best relationship partner and rather individualistic and yes I know she's a different person now than she has been back then

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    • KJDZ wrote:
      H Accept what?  What do you like to believe?  We know that Aang and Katara have been happy together for life because we saw it at the beginning of the second series, not because we saw it at the end of the first series.  The Legend of Korra has an open ending.  They could be together forever or not.  In any case, this does not justify all cases made by Korra.

      Even if Korra has a relationship with Asami for life and she will become the best person in the world AFTER the end of the series, this does not change the fact that if I watch the whole series I only see her making trouble.

      Accept the fact that I don't like Korra.  And not because of her relationship with Asami.  Because I find her stupid.

      It is a pity that you do not see it otherwise, you think in a stable and closed way, apparently you are not a true Avatar fan just because you have a limiting way of thinking, you better save your comments before writing them, it is only a recommendation.

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    • Hong Shen wrote:

      It is a pity that you do not see it otherwise, you think in a stable and closed way, apparently you are not a true Avatar fan just because you have a limiting way of thinking, you better save your comments before writing them, it is only a recommendation.

      He says who puts kudos himself to his own comments.  You like Korra just because she is bisexual.
      The only thing you can say:
      "Relationship with Asami"
      "Relationship with Asami"
      "Relationship with Asami"
      "Relationship with Asami"
      "Relationship with Asami"
      But you think very openly.  If one says he doesn't like Korra for her character:
      - You accuse him of homophobia
      - You accuse him of thinking in a stable and closed way
      - You accuse him of not being a true Avatar fan
      Being a real fan does not mean that you have to like everything.  Legend Of Korra likes me a lot, but I don't like Korra.  And her bisexuality is the only thing that doesn't bother me about her.

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    • KJDZ wrote:

      He says who puts kudos himself to his own comments.  You like Korra just because she is bisexual. The only thing you can say:
      "Relationship with Asami"
      "Relationship with Asami"
      "Relationship with Asami"
      "Relationship with Asami"
      "Relationship with Asami"
      But you think very openly.  If one says he doesn't like Korra for her character:
      - You accuse him of homophobia
      - You accuse him of thinking in a stable and closed way
      - You accuse him of not being a true Avatar fan
      Being a real fan does not mean that you have to like everything.  Legend Of Korra likes me a lot, but I don't like Korra.  And her bisexuality is the only thing that doesn't bother me about her.

      Apparently you do not understand reasons, I would have liked Korra to be a lesbian from the beginning but she was not in love with Mako in the first two seasons, later in the last two seasons she began to have an attraction to Asami to finally be his girlfriend at the end of the series, I like Avatar but sometimes I think that Avatar: The Last Airbender is somewhat overrated unlike The Legend of Korra that is undervalued because of the fans who compare and know that both series do not share the same things, in end just stop arguing and understand what I write, see you!

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    • Hong Shen wrote:

      KJDZ wrote:

      He says who puts kudos himself to his own comments.  You like Korra just because she is bisexual. The only thing you can say:
      "Relationship with Asami"
      "Relationship with Asami"
      "Relationship with Asami"
      "Relationship with Asami"
      "Relationship with Asami"
      But you think very openly.  If one says he doesn't like Korra for her character:
      - You accuse him of homophobia
      - You accuse him of thinking in a stable and closed way
      - You accuse him of not being a true Avatar fan
      Being a real fan does not mean that you have to like everything.  Legend Of Korra likes me a lot, but I don't like Korra.  And her bisexuality is the only thing that doesn't bother me about her.

      Apparently you do not understand reasons, I would have liked Korra to be a lesbian from the beginning but she was not in love with Mako in the first two seasons, later in the last two seasons she began to have an attraction to Asami to finally be his girlfriend at the end of the series, I like Avatar but sometimes I think that Avatar: The Last Airbender is somewhat overrated unlike The Legend of Korra that is undervalued because of the fans who compare and know that both series do not share the same things, in end just stop arguing and understand what I write, see you!

      You were first to attack though. Also she is not lesbian, she is bisexual. This has been confirmed by Bryke, or at least by Mike through one of his blog posts.

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    • I already know about Korra's sexual orientation but at least you really like lesbianism in the Avatar Universe.

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    • Good gods, this argument is still going on? I'm quite certain this particular discussion is supposed to be about whether it's possible/reasonable/right to reconnect to the past Avatars, not about Korra's relationships. There's sidetracking, and then there's moving along to conversations already had at length elsewhere.

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    • I think I good way of showing potential issues with reconnecting with past lives is that the Avatar needs to reconnect slowly. If not; the memories start to bleed into the Avatar and start affecting their personality. 

      Example: If Korra tried to reconnect with Aang too quickly; when she looks at Katara; Aang's memories start shifting in. She begins to see younger Katara; and Aang starts taking over getting all romantic with Katara. But Korra snaps out it having to realise that she needs to take it slow.

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    • Zealous Gamer wrote:
      I think I good way of showing potential issues with reconnecting with past lives is that the Avatar needs to reconnect slowly. If not; the memories start to bleed into the Avatar and start affecting their personality. 

      Example: If Korra tried to reconnect with Aang too quickly; when she looks at Katara; Aang's memories start shifting in. She begins to see younger Katara; and Aang starts taking over getting all romantic with Katara. But Katara snaps out out it having to realise that she needs to take it slow.

      I think Korra would do the same thing as Aang just this time using Asami's help!

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    • Oops... I read the end of my statement I saw I typed "Katara" and not "Korra" I have edited properly.

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    • Zealous Gamer wrote: Oops... I read the end of my statement I saw I typed "Katara" and not "Korra" I have edited properly.

      No matter it's the same!

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