You know, as big of a deal as Korra’s lack of connection to her own spirituality was in Books 1 and 2, I kind of feel like she has more in common with the spirits than any of the other Avatars we’ve seen (or, at least, those who we know enough about to compare).
Iroh's Tea Shop in Ba Sing Se and The Spirit World.
I did it all with my trusty flute and…oh, never mind you wouldn’t believe it anyway.
Avatar: Dark and Light Color Schemes.
The showdown that was always meant to be...
mako needs a life changing trip with zuko
I did a thing at night and now me and all my working space including floor are covered by wax. It wasn’t a very good idea.
But it was a relaxing process, though it is messy.(Colors are different from life because this are night photos )
If you and Vaatu have the same fight every 10,000 years, why doesn’t one of you destroy the other?
korra spoilers okay i still don’t get this i mean that last phrase that second gif ”one cannot exist without the other” that was said right before this battle with vaatu to find raava but then when she does get raava back she made vaatu turn into sparkles what did that where did he go exactly you just said that one cannot exist without the other but you seemingly get rid of one entirely so idk will he be back to wreak havoc in future books? maybe
I don’t think he will be back in any future books, I think it’s only at the next Harmonic Convergence he’d be able to come back. When Vaatu “destroyed” Raava she wasn’t dead, she just was absorbed into his body, that’s where Korra pulled her out of. So quite honestly I believe he’s somewhere Raava, growing until the next Convergence.
like….. ….. idk man. idk. this was the weirdest most random shit ever. ???? i can’t be only one that think this ????
You most definitely aren’t the only one.
I just… can’t even begin to wrap my head around the reasoning behind any and all of Bolin’s actions this season. It’s just… mind-boggling to me how anyone thinks of such a plotline for him in the first place and then decides that it’s an awesome idea to stick with to the final result.
Raise your hand if you did all of these things while watching the Book 2 finale.
“On the outside, Korra is tough, hot-headed character who is mentally strong. But at the point when she turned into a child, Korra was alone, powerless and terrified. Korra was scared and confused; she felt almost childish on the inside because of how helpless she was. As a result, her emotions of feeling childish and inexperienced became a reality and she was physically portrayed as a child. What this did was symbolize just how vulnerable she was at the time. But once Korra realized that she would be able make it to the Spirit Portals and fulfill her goal, she transformed back the confident, headstrong teenager she really is. Rather than allowing Korra to show her emotions at a basic level, the episode took the scenario much deeper and showed how Korra truly felt.” (read more)