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element-of-change:

EXCLUSIVE KORRA VIDEO GAME PARTY PASS

Miss one of the few chances to grab a pass to the Korra Party at San Diego Comicon? Well you’re in luck! I have one for purchase! Message for price if interested!

Party Info:
- Starts at 4 pm
- A panel featuring the TV Cast, Creators, and PlatinumGames at 4:45 pm
- Signing at 5:45 pm
- Korra Trivia with prizes at 6 pm

This is a one time only opportunity! My friend already scoped out the venue and it is THE REAL DEAL! The best kind of representation for the show we have yet to see at SDCC!

Message me if interested! Here or via my email: dariel15song@gmail.com

Thanks! Come test out the game!

This party is today! Not much time to act! It is SUPER EXCLUSIVE! Less than 100 people will be hanging with the cast and crew!

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The Legend of Korra - Book 3 - 3.03 - Scenery Panshots 

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Anonymous said: Hey, I was wondering if you'd recommend watching LOK? I remember watching up to the beginning of the second season and just being extremely disappointed at the plot line and how the characters behaved. I don't know, it just seemed, childish compared to ATLA. I'm considering continuing with LOK but I'm not sure?

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Dear Anon,

I will now pontificate on the boons of Book Two: Spirits.

Essentially:

  • While some of the writing, in terms of character development and (more importantly for me at least) dialogue, was quite unsatisfactory and shoddy, the dynamics of the season are compelling.
  • If you only watched halfway through Book Two you likely did not see the visually scintillating Origin Story episodes detailing how the Avatar came to be. Beginnings was worldbuilder’s gold. That storyline harkens back to Avatar in a way Korra never had before. If handled disappointingly in terms of its introduction and some of its dialogue, the tale of Avatar Wan was unforgettable.
  • Everything after the midseason masterpiece Beginnings is, well, really quite good, especially the challenging, symbolic, and masterfully paced four-part finale. Book Two: Spirits hooks with its opener eps, devolves into a confusing battle-less civil war paired with Roaring Twenties “movers” nonsense, then really shapes up after the main conflict is introduced. In my opinion this, the main conflict of Spiritual strife and celestial inevitability, should have been more of a focus. It comes together at the end; this, no one can deny.

In all, watch Book Two for these reasons or more importantly…

WATCH BOOK TWO TO GET TO BOOK THREE BECAUSE BOOK THREE: CHANGE IS AS GOOD AS AVATAR WAS NO LIE! I have seen six of the thirteen third-season eps and they are SO MUCH BETTER WRITTEN! The last of these eps, ep six, is actually my favorite ep of Korra and I sense it will ONLY CONTINUE TO IMPROVE!

Thank you so much for your question! I hope I have adequately persuaded you to press on through the three or four shitty eps of Book Two and towards the end of the season.

yeah…hmmmm my brief review of Book Two: Spirits?

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legend of korra scenery meme → blue & purple

legend of korra scenery meme → blue & purple

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ATLA & LOK Scenery - Wan Shi Tong’s Library: Then and Now

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eskalations:

the earth queen’s palace

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Northern Water Tribe Ice Prison

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