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Alchemistlover said …
So how does everyone feel about Kuvira? She's been nothing but a great villain probably the best thing this season. I hope we get more backstory in her honestly Posted 19 days ago
Aang_Lite commented…
Yep, she's been an ultimate badass so far. This past episode has convinced me of my theory: Vader + Hitler + Mao + Azula = Kuvira 19 days ago
bakes2389 commented…
I love her, and I'm honestly hoping she wins in the end (even though they'll most likely kill her :P) 19 days ago
zanhar1 commented…
I love her, she's like Azula. 15 days ago
TeamWildFire said …
KUVIRA'S CRAZY!!

haha priceless...Bolin moment. Posted 21 days ago
bakes2389 said …
Wow, Asami shafted again. UNBELIEVABLE. The writers really must hate her. The one time she's supposed to have a character arc with her dad, they condense it to 2 of the smallest scenes, and make Asami forgive him just like she forgives everyone who repeatedly shits on her. I have had it with LOK. And now we have Korra trying to be diplomatic, when all she's heard is Su's side of the story? *facepalm* And Bo working with Varrick is a joke. I cannot deal with my immense hate for Book 4 right now. Posted 21 days ago
zanhar1 commented…
Honestly, I'm just glad to see Sato again. Those two scenes were kind of sweet. Still loving Kuveria. 21 days ago
tsmith120 commented…
I guess that's a difference in personal philosophies, then. I believe people can and do change all the time. Speaking from personal experience, I'd say that anyone can change for the better. And I guess part of our disagreement is that I don't view it as a moment of weakness for Asami. She doesn't need her father - she's flourished running his company without his help. She simply chooses to give it a try - and I read it as being as much for herslef and peace of mind as anything else. Not out of need, but out of choice - which I view as a very strong decision on her part. Particularly given the emphasis often placed on forgiveness in Avatar, I think that it was at least intended to show her as being strong in that area. I do think it was done too quickly - even an extra episode with a few scenes devoted to this story would have gone a long way. But I don't view the concept as a bad thing at all - just an ironic imbalance in the execution. 17 days ago
bakes2389 commented…
.... I kind of agree with the whole forgiveness thing, and I think I would have been fine with it, had they extended the whole thing into more scenes or else Asami's own episode. But that's not going to happen..... I'm just disappointed with it. And I thought it was in bad taste having Hiroshi say he "created" Asami as if she were one of his inventions. That pissed me off so much. 16 days ago
tsmith120 said …
My thoughts on a certain moment in episode three:
Clerk     [Interrupting, addressing Eska.] I'm afraid there's been a mistake, Your Eminence. We have you and your brother booked in the same room, with only one bed.
Eska     It's no mistake.
Me Whaaaaa -
Eska Desna sleeps in the tub.
Me Oh, thank you merciful heavens. Posted 25 days ago
MissAngelPaws said …
I loved this episode! I really love the air babies, so I enjoyed seeing them looking for Korra. The reunion was so beautiful, and I teared up watching it. Also, I'm very proud of Korra for bending all the poison out. She was very courageous by facing her fears, and I absolutely loved the moment when she went in Avatar state. The only scene I didn't like was when Ikki was captured. It was a bit boring. But overall, it was an amazing episode. I love Book 4 so far! Posted 27 days ago
MissAngelPaws commented…
I would also love to see more Toph this season. I hope this wasn't the last time we got to see her. 27 days ago
tsmith120 said …
Liked the most recent episode. Found Meelo a little irritating but he had a few funny moments. The reunion between the kids and Korra was a wonderful moment, and it was nice seeing a bit of old school questing from Aang's grandchildren. Also the tying together of the villains and how they all have noble goals but are imbalanced and try to achieve them in the wrong way - good stuff, particularly given how they've set up Kuvira as the big bad of the season. Posted 27 days ago
TeamWildFire said …
I gotta say I really enjoyed this new episode, I now know what connects all the villains together which is imbalance. The best thing about this episode is seeing Korra regain her avatar state and metal bending the poison out of her body.

Korra never ceases to amaze me, she has really come a long way since season 1. Posted 28 days ago
bakes2389 said …
Is it bad that I really hated the newest episode? The air babies bugged the hell out of me.... especially Meelo. And for once, I actually thought Ikki was more tolerable than Jinora and Meelo. It bugged me so much that Jinora was kind of bossy and wouldn't listen to anyone. And Korra and her adept metal bending.... I can't deal with how much I really can't stand Korra. Posted 28 days ago
MissAngelPaws commented…
I'm sorry, but how is Korra getting the poison out of herself a bad thing? 27 days ago
bakes2389 commented…
I don't think getting the poison out is bad. I just think it is shoddy writing that Korra has been shown as weak and she hasn't really practiced any bending..... yet now, because Toph tells her "you can do it... you can cure yourself of PTSD by metal bending," Korra suddenly can take all of the metal out with no problem? I just think the writing is really lame in this book. Korra who has just learned how to metal bend and hasn't really practiced it in 3 years suddenly can take out minuscule amounts of poison, when Su, a full fledged metal bender who was taught by the original metal bender (Toph), couldn't..... it's just far fetched and falls under Bryke making Korra better than everyone because of her avatar status. 27 days ago
bakes2389 commented…
^ Yeah.... I just hate some of these episodes. They wasted a whole episode on the air babies arguing and looking for a Korra (when they didn't know she was in the earth kingdom?). And then another episode where Korra is off "alone with her thoughts." I'd rather watch Kuvira personally. And Asami. But that's just me. I also just don't like how they rid Korra of her PTSD because it's an inconvenience to her being the avatar. Oh yeah... metal bend out your feelings. I don't get it. And yeah... Meelo is such a lil shit. I can't stand his sexist bs. I wanted to smack that kid so hard. I've never liked him though lol 23 days ago
Seighart said …
Right now I feels so bad for Korra, she is trying her hardest to get better in order to help the people she cares about, but I just hate the fact that everyone relies on her too much it's sickening. She almost had her bending taken away, she lost her connection with her previous incarnations, and she was mercury poisoned and was literally and mental broken. If there is one thing I learned these past seasons, It is that Korra has proven to be developed heroic and selfless. Posted 1 month ago
Aang_Lite said …
Even with how awesome season 3 was and how good season 4 is so far, I still don't love the characters in this show in even a small amount comparable to the original series. I wish instead of Korra we got a show of the original gang in their 30s or 40s, trying to mend the world as best as they could. Posted 1 month ago
bakes2389 commented…
I completely agree! I just find Korra so unlikeable, and I hate how so much emphasis is put on Mako and Bo's trivial sagas, and Asami (who is probably the only character i like and respect) is always cast aside. I just would prefer the Gaang growing up and parenting. I'd love it! 1 month ago
zanhar1 commented…
I miss the gang too. But I do like Asami a lot. And Bo is cool too. But I mostly love the dying villains. 1 month ago