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Grieffon wrote:These two episodes may have a negative impact on how people view Korra. It's not good if the potentially most memorable episode in a season barely has the main character in it. Also, it's hard to create a battle more epic than that. There's one way I can think of, and it can tie with Unalaq's plan.
Unalaq want to free the dark spirit Vaatu, and make himself a "dark Avatar", the same as what Vaara and Wan did. The final battle will be between two avatars.
Grieffon wrote:Also, the last episode put many holes in the origin of bending previously established by TLA.
In TLA, humans learned bending from the moon, sky bisons, dragons, and badgermoles. However, it was shown the bending was given to them by lion turtles. Wan did learn proper firebending from studying the motion of dragons, but I don't see how that is applied to sky bisons. Also, how did those animal get the ability to bend, did the lion turtle just choose random species to give elemental powers to, and decide to give to every member of those species?
Dibullba wrote:With what you said Mon, it did make me think of something that could actually be an incredibly big plot hole. So we know that the avatar state is brought on by Raava. In TLA, Aang is told that when in the avatar state, he is at his most vulnerable. In Korra with these two origin episodes, It is revealed that Raava and Vaatu are a single being that can never really die in order to maintain balance of the world. So this actually bothers me as the avatar can seize to exist and yet they can maintain the capability to bend all four elements when supposedly Raava would be dead even though she can't die.
Aside from that, I can actually answer your question Mon. In TLA with the episode "The Guru", Aang has to unlock seven chakras to have complete control over the avatar state. These chakras are: Earth, Water, Fire, Air, Sound, Light, and Thought. Two potential chakras that could be added, though never stated, would be Dark (or Chaos) and Spirit. So that comes much closer to the dozen.
Mir@k wrote:May i ask once again for a kind soul to link me to a site where i can watch these episodes in a quality other than "shit" and that has no restrictions to third world countries?
Stuffaluffagus wrote:I would love rinse Vaatu be a big bad in a later season, but of course they are going to cram it into this one........................
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