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    Default Re: The Last Airbender:The Legend of Korra

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    @Kthleen; I thought it was shown live. Don't blame me, it's your own fault for living there.
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    The finale was good, but not great. Ultimately this series has disappointed me thoroughly.
    It's a shame you feel that way. Personally I think this season's finale was better then A;TLA's first season. Plus, I don't see how this series could disappoint anyone. Though, I kinda wish
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    I'm disturbed by the fact that Noatak AKA Amon just escaped immediately as soon as his supporters saw that he was a bender. I mean, how did that really change anything?
    Sure, his story was a lie, but how does that really negate anything he was standing for? I mean, the non-benders should've reacted in the opposite way, admiring Amon, as a bender, for actually taking a look at life from a non-bender's perspective, realizing that it wasn't really a fair world they were living in. He was a bender, and just like other benders he could just have ignored the unfair natural advantages they had, and just go on with life. Instead, he actually cared for those poor people, and really wanted to change the world for their sake, trying to make life so much easier for them. That's more to admire than if he actually was a non-bender, which would automatically declare his actions understandable.
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    Amon was just like the benders that the equalists despised; using his powers to suppress others that didn't have the abilities that he did (as in, he was gifted with his bending abilities). The person they believed in was a complete sham. That's how I see it.
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    That was a sweet finale! I was expecting Amon's identity to be more shocking, but I was still pretty surprised. And Mako got Korra, it seems. Don't worry, Asami, you still have Bolin! You two kicked some major ass together, you know. ;D

    Iroh is my new favorite character though! He's amazing! He can freaking FLY with his firebending! I don't remember even Zuko being able to do that. Only Ozai ever did it in TLA. Iroh took out a whole fleet of planes by himself too! That's some wicked stuff there. He's pretty cute too, on top of that. :D

    Also, Iroh's grandfather definitely has to be Zuko. He referenced his respect for the avatar, and his name is the same as Zuko's uncle Iroh.

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    Default Re: The Last Airbender:The Legend of Korra

    When we learned of Tarrlok and Noatak's past, I thought, "Some father they had!"
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kelleo View Post

    Only Ozai ever did it in TLA.
    Azula flew as well, but yeah Iroh is pretty cool

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    Quote Originally Posted by IS1296 View Post
    Azula flew as well, but yeah Iroh is pretty cool
    Oh, really? I don't remember that. It's been too long since I last saw TLA, I guess. xP

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    YES.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dovahkiin View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Shinobu View Post
    The finale was good, but not great. Ultimately this series has disappointed me thoroughly.
    It's a shame you feel that way. Personally I think this season's finale was better then A;TLA's first season. Plus, I don't see how this series could disappoint anyone. Though, I kinda wish
    Oh well.
    The combat sequences were good. I'm just disappointed in everything else.

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    Still kinda wondering how exactly bloodbending equaled energybending. Hoping they elaborate on that in the next season.

    I think the ending was great. Them telling each other they loved each other at the end absolutely ruined it though. Shut the fuck up, you're like 16. They could have easily said just like "I really care for you" not "I love you." It just struck me as way too forced. Sure there was a bit of tension shown with that love triangle-square thing they had going on, but to me it wasn't emphasized quite enough to warrant them confessing their love for one another.
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    It didn't bother me so much the first time that I watched (I think I was still really excited to see Korra in the Avatar state and then later know that there is a way to restore bending) but now that I've rewatched it a few times it does get on my nerves xD That and I think the "I love you" line was delivered really badly.

    The Aang and Katara kiss did bother me more though in comparison, because that was the last thing we ever saw. At least with Korra the last bit we saw was her being recognised as a fully realised Avatar by Tenzin, which is what seemed to be her main obstacle to overcome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ferbgor View Post
    @Kthleen; I thought it was shown live. Don't blame me, it's your own fault for living there.
    Unless we're talking about something that's actually live, like news, that's generally not how time zones work. And I'm not going to move across the country in order not to be spoiled about a cartoon.

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    Also, Iroh's grandfather definitely has to be Zuko. He referenced his respect for the avatar, and his name is the same as Zuko's uncle Iroh.
    "DiMartino: Yeah, he’s in the finale. Just so we’re clear—he’s Zuko’s grandson, not his son. I think there was some speculation about whether he was his son or grandson. It is his grandson. He’s voiced by Dante Basco. The idea behind him was to have a swashbuckling hero-type guy. He’s the youngest general in the United Forces which is kind of the U.N. of the “Avatar” world now. We just thought it would be a fun way to tie in the legacy of Zuko without having Zuko be present there."

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    Oh, really? I don't remember that. It's been too long since I last saw TLA, I guess. xP
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    anyone else think that Tarrlok was being sarcastic when he said "it will be just like the good old days"? Because he and Noatak never really had 'good old days' together. Hence the tear as Noatak also knew this.
    at least that's my interpretation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IS1296 View Post
    anyone else think that Tarrlok was being sarcastic when he said "it will be just like the good old days"? Because he and Noatak never really had 'good old days' together. Hence the tear as Noatak also knew this.
    at least that's my interpretation.
    In Tarrlok's flashback he referred to the days before his and Noatak's waterbending abilities surfaced as "the good old days". Before the rift between them started and their family was a happy one.

    Tarrlok regretted all the harm he had done. He knew Noatak didn't share that sentiment and would try to restart his plans sometime down the line. At the same time, he still loved his brother.

    I didn't see that line as sarcastic, more like resigned that this was the only path he thought he could take to both bring them together and prevent something like this from ever happening again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IS1296 View Post
    anyone else think that Tarrlok was being sarcastic when he said "it will be just like the good old days"? Because he and Noatak never really had 'good old days' together. Hence the tear as Noatak also knew this.
    at least that's my interpretation.
    They seemed relatively happy with their mother before Yacone made them bloodbend so I think that's what he meant.

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