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that legend of korra trailer got me like





It was scary. I was scary.

It was scary. I was scary.



has korra been having nightmares and hallucinations of the b3 finale




I haven’t seen anyone comment on this yet…did anyone notice this brief clip?

Someone is walking up a volcano, yes, but it looks like this person is also carrying someone on their back:

The quality isn’t high enough on the video to tell for sure, but I’m not sure what to make of this. My first thought during this scene jumped to the place where Avatar Roku died, but I’m not sure how it’s connected. Thoughts?

So there’s something from the trailer that I’m trying to figure out, and that’s if Korra actually does actually heal completely. I mean she certainly appears to be up and walking but like part of me is wondering how many of those scenes could be taking place in the Spirit World. Like, people can walk between the two worlds, right? So could she like, project herself from the wheelchair into the Spirit World and then come back through? Idk, just a random thought.

OMFG so that last gif post made me realize something: if Korra is going into the swamp, then we have the potential for visions of the past/the Gaang in other words I AM NOT READY aglkfadgja


Aang: Time is an illusion…so, it’s…someone I will meet?

Korra: I can’t believe it…Toph?




I can’t even fathom the idea of the ultimate fight between Korra and her biggest adversary - herself.


Zuko and his daughter!

It’s Honora!


Zuko and his daughter!

It’s Honora!

Next cosplay here I come!

I might even go buy supplies tomorrow. I’m THAT excited ajgkfalgjka;lfdg

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So I screamed internally when the “three years later” thing popped up.

Book 3 of Legend of Korra is a proof of how much you can do for women in just 13 episodes


  • Main female character who is brown and muscular, multidimensional and has agency
  • Main female character takes responsibility for the change in the world her actions has caused
  • 50/50 male-female character count and talking ratio
  • A variety of significant female characters in 13 episodes Females: Korra, Asami, Jinora, P’Li, Ming-Hua, Hou-Ting, Lin, Suyin, Opal, Granny Yin, Kya   — (in comparison) Males: Mako, Bolin, Kai, Tenzin, Raiko, Ghazan, Zaheer, Zuko, Aiwei, Tonraq
  • Half of the fight scenes fought by women, women fight men, women fight women, women work together
  • Women and men being equally dangerous and skilled
  • Two different women genuinely liking each other and not caring about the messy love triangle they were involved in
  • Those two women on good terms with their ex and poking fun at the awkwardness
  • Romantic love wasn’t the main concern or motivation of any female character except for the very tall woman (Opal and Jinora’s priorities are different despite having romantic moments)
  • Woman teaching another woman how to drive
  • Woman being good at mechanical things and it saved an entire crew from the desert, said woman welds while wearing lipstick and fabulous hair
  • Senile grandma is treated with respect and patience by her family
  • The main villains is a group composed of two men and two women
  • One important villain is a middle-aged woman who rules the largest kingdom with an iron fist, she’s tyrannical which is the opposite of her weak father
  • Armless woman being one of the deadliest fighters
  • Armless woman driving
  • The tallest member of the Red Lotus is a woman
  • A couple where the woman is like 6 inches taller and was never played for laughs
  • A story arc dedicated to the relationship of two middle aged sisters plus an aunt + relationship too
  • Sisters had different fathers and was raised by a blind single mother
  • Main female character is taught how to bend metal by a woman
  • One sister who founded her own city while having a successful marriage and five kids
  • Said sister’s husband isn’t relevant and got a single line (reverse trope)
  • The other sister chose to be single because she didn’t want kids
  • When the main character was in distress, said two sisters and two brothers came to rescue her
  • Main heroine willingly sacrifices herself to save others
  • Her back-up group includes an elite metal team led by a woman
  • A father’s “death” is the source of rage of the main female character, which is a reverse of the typical trope
  • Airbenders were led by a little girl to rescue female main character in the finale
  • Said little girl became the first airbending master of a generation. She shaved her head and was proud of it and it was celebrated
  • Main female character is depressed and physically damaged at the end of the show but she’s with very supportive group of family and friends