baelor:

ATLATLOK: The Northern and Southern Water Tribes, 70 years difference

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Back to the beginning…

Back to the beginning…

(Source: thetalesofbasingse)

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benditlikekorra:

Early Concept Art for Book 2

The festival used to be a solemn time of fasting and meditation. When this festival was founded, the tribal elders would commune with the spirits. People would watch the brilliant displays of light as spirits danced in the sky. Some now feel it has become”a cheap carnival that celebrates greedy and trivial humans.”

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inspired by thetalesofbasingse’s panshot gifs

inspired by thetalesofbasingse’s panshot gifs

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unicornachos:

Beautiful concept art illuminates the upcoming Book 2 of Legend of Korra

So I decided to clean up and edit the photos that were taken of the new concept art at SDCC the other week because 1. I am in love with all of the art regarding this show and 2. I AM DAMN EXCITED FOR BOOK TWO.
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Scenery from Legend of Korra: Welcome to Republic City

(Source: lydiasgotstiles)

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The End

Location: Earth Temple, Southern Water Tribe, The South Pole

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Vanishing: The Avatar Spirit Bestowed

Location: Cliff, Southern Water Tribe, The South Pole

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Avatars, Past and Present

Location: Cliff, Southern Water Tribe, The South Pole

I noticed an aberration here in the queue of these Past Avatars. After a certain point, the third row actually, they don’t seem to be consistently ordered in the elemental sequence of the Avatar Cycle. This is particularly interesting to me. You can clearly see Avatars from the same Nation standing next to each other, as early as the third row even - to the left hand side there is a male Water Tribe Avatar standing side by side with a female Water Tribe Avatar. Perhaps, then, that certain Avatars have spiritual affinities, are friends or partners in the Spirit World, and, having been abruptly called to support Aang and Korra, they merely materialized without a clear order and in terms of propinquity or spiritual consort.

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