Don't get me wrong, I did like the finale however there was one thing that annoyed me more than anything; that they didn't redeem Kuvira. Again, don't get me wrong her actions were not by any means in the right but I do think there was a lot of room for her to be redeemed. Sorry if this article is poorly written, I'm kind of watching Divergent as I type. :P
First and foremost, Kuvira, started out as a really good person. She, in the beginning was one of the people to help save Korra when the Red Lotus attacked Zhao Fu. She also saved Korra's father's life. My point is, she was...
It was cold and rather dark. Her body still ached and pulsed all over. She tugged the blanket over her body. It was a thin flimsy thing. Kuvira shivered. She squeezed her eyes shut. She was alone, and completely so.
She felt another pulse of pain shoot over her stomach and over her sides. She turned to lay on her back, her thoughts shifting from the physical pain to tortured memories and agonized thoughts. She had ruined her engagement, her ties to Su, the rest of the ‘family’, and her future, among other things.
I am not trying to be rude but I have a hard time to like Asami. Somehow I think that she is a boyfriend stealer and please don't say that Korra kised Mako first when they were dating. Mako enjoyed it and you know it. Just every time I see her I see a too emotional girl that in 4 season wants to forgive his father for wanting to destroy Republic City. Sorry bakes2389 if this is too offensive to you. I didn't mean to insult anyone. She irritates me with her praising about that she is not a fragile girl. We know that.
I hate it that Kuvira apologized to Su for the 'grief' she caused on her family. Su should have listened to Kuvira when she expressed interest in helping their nation - instead she ignored her and acted like it was 'wrong.' She tried to assassinate her. She treated her coldly before she even got out of hand. Su took her in, but didn't regard her as a daughter (in my eyes, anyway.) Su should have apologized long ago, but instead told her "she'll answer for everything she's done."
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