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LEGEND OF KORRA | Doesnt Kuvira look like a guy????!!!!?

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Is it thrilling? Does it go well for the Avatar? Hell no. While the title of this episode suggests a grand military skirmish, the actual Battle of Zaofu is surprisingly contained. When Korra, Jinora, and Opal appear to rescue the captured Suyin, Wing, and Wei, Kuvira challenges Korra to a no-holds-barred brawl between just the two of them, loudly announcing that she would never ask her army to do something that she would never do herself. Yes, showing up at Zaofu with a massive army is clearly a threatening act of aggression, but Kuvira does give Suyin the opportunity to willingly join the Earth Empire without any conflict.

Empires are constantly looking to expand, and once Kuvira takes Zaofu, where will she direct her army next? Like Toph, Kuvira is a master earthbender that can dodge any attack with ease and counter it with incredible force.

Floating over Kuvira with a giant boulder over her head, Korra is prepared to end this battle until Kuvira looks up at her.

No matter how many people try to help Korra get past her pain, the memory of it will always linger in her mind. It just means she can reenter the Avatar state, which returns Korra to full power, but also takes down her personal defenses to leave her vulnerable to the trauma of the past. The Avatar state gives the Avatar the advantage in the never-ending fight to maintain balance in the world, but that advantage has been stripped away from Korra because she now associates the Avatar state with personal pain and suffering.

When she sees that former image of herself, she collapses, forcing Opal and Jinora to come to her rescue by starting a giant tornado. Side note: How awesome is it that all of the main characters on the battlefield are women? Very awesome. The discordant strings in the score establish a fraught atmosphere, and surely enough, things go very wrong for the Beifong trio when they realize the Kuvira set them up by planting Zhu Li in her bed.

He and Bolin will go down with the ship to save them from a life as prisoners of war, and just in case Batar tries to take them off the train, Varrick also has a remote that he can use to blow everyone up faster. And while Varrick actually plans on committing suicide, Bolin is able to save their asses by opening a latch in the floor and burrowing their way out by bending the earth under the train tracks. Once again, John Michael Higgins absolutely dominates this episode with his voice work for Varrick, and after this episode, I hope the pairing of Bolin and Varrick never splits up.

What would their shipping name be? Higgins and P. Where do we go from here? My best guess is the Fire Kingdom, which is the last big area of this world that The Legend Of Korra has yet to explore. The A. Shop Subscribe. Read on. Subscribe To Our Newsletter. Now you can get the top stories from The A. Club delivered to your inbox.

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LEGEND OF KORRA | Doesnt Kuvira look like a guy????!!!!?

Kuvira is a master metalbender who served as a political and military leader of the Earth Kingdom and the Earth Empire between and AG. Before her rise to power, she was a prominent member of the Metal Clan , serving as both the captain of the guard in Zaofu and part of Suyin Beifong 's dance troupe. In her pursuit of order, Kuvira offered to protect the nation's states from bandits in exchange for their loyalty. In light of her actions and her remorse, Kuvira was sentenced to house arrest at the Beifong estate in Zaofu.

These archetypal devices are nothing new, but when the obvious plotline is eliminated, everything that's left is a surprise you'll wish you could experience again. Asasmi Sato may be the most striking example of this, as writer Joshua Hamilton finds time in this already packed minute episode to heal old wounds. Now, years after his alliance with Amon has ended, Hiroshi is nothing more than a broken man seeking to make peace with his daughter.

Two weeks ago, the show The Legend of Korra came to an end. As the follow-up show to the wildly beloved Avatar: the Last Airbender , it had a tall order: it had to continue exploring and developing a rich, historied world full of familiar and treasured characters, while introducing new themes, characters, and conflicts. I still consider myself a fan of the show. I stuck with it all four years, after all, and I have really positive thoughts and feelings about it.

My problems with Korra

Everyone was so worried about the spirit weapon, they never even thought about what Kuvira was going to use to transport it. Not the rail lines, like Team Avatar suspects. Those are way too easy to shut down. Kuvira is thinking bigger. Much bigger. Like stories-tall bigger. Using the metal domes that used to protect her home state of Zaofu, Kuvira has built a mecha colossus and installed her spirit cannon in the arm of the machine, creating a weapon that is impossible to destroy by traditional means. Those two plot developments both involve Baatar Jr. Books Three and Four both feature antagonists with romantic entanglements whose storylines ultimately require them to give up on love in order to realize their individual missions. Kuvira needed Baatar Jr.

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Is it thrilling? Does it go well for the Avatar? Hell no. While the title of this episode suggests a grand military skirmish, the actual Battle of Zaofu is surprisingly contained. When Korra, Jinora, and Opal appear to rescue the captured Suyin, Wing, and Wei, Kuvira challenges Korra to a no-holds-barred brawl between just the two of them, loudly announcing that she would never ask her army to do something that she would never do herself.

Introduced in the third season of the series, she becomes the main antagonist of the fourth season.

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Nov 2, - Kuvira reveals her true intentions at Zaofu, while Asami tries to make peace with ended, Hiroshi is nothing more than a broken man seeking to make peace with his daughter. Looks like Varrick has a conscience after all.

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