This is a Daario I can get behind! Or who can get behind me. Unf. He reminds me of Val Kilmer’s Madmartigan.
GRRM, take notes. This is what a sexy sell sword looks like, not that weird guy in the clown costume you describe.
I wasn’t exaggerating, was I?
Also that second sons general guy was super hot I don’t even remember what his name was but dang.
I knew he was going to be the good guy because he was the most attractive one. TV logic.
Raistlin, in the end, after being considered selfish and lost in his magic—his darkness—saved the lives of Crysania the Cleric of Paladine, and his twin brother, Caramon… He longs to step through the Portal with them, to return home to his own time, but the Queen of Darkness is behind him,…
I did not need those feels.
But I actually loved the ending. I thought it was fitting and it felt right, even though it was sad.
The wait for new episodes of The Legend of Korra has been more difficult for fans, since that show aired its 12 episodes with nearly no breaks last year, but has been gone for quite some time. Fans have the comfort of knowing there are still three more “Books” to go in the series, but so far, we haven’t been given a debut date for Book 2. That didn’t change today, as Nick could only say Korra would be back “later this year.” However, we were shown a cool new scene from the upcoming episodes.
We’ve known since last summer that Book 2 is subtitled “Spirits,” and Nickelodeon’s Rich Magallanes noted that in Book 2, the divide between the human world and the spirit world was collapsing and Korra finds, “the dark spirits are seeping into her world.”
The sequence we saw found Korra battling one of these spirits, initially just seen as dark tentacles, surrounded by a purple energy, coming out of the ground on a hillside. Korra asks, “Spirit, why are you so angry? What have we done to offend you?” only for the tentacles to violently knock her aside, as they do to anyone else who attempts to help her, including Tenzin and an adult, male Water Tribe member I didn’t recognize at a glance.
Then, the full octopus-like creature rises out of the ground, and begins moving down the hill, utlimately crashing through a fence into a carnival being held, as Korra pursues it. On the offense, Korra shoots the creature with fireballs and begins to get the upper hand, but she is suddenly grabbed by one of its tentacles, and smashed down into the ground. And… we cut to black, for now.
And sorry, my fellow Korra fans, Nickelodeon is not releasing this scene to the public for the time being. As the scene was introduced, they noted that there is still a lot of work to be completed on the animation side for Korra: Book 2 - though the scene in question still looked terrific, even if it wasn’t in its final form. Suffice to say, it hinted at some very exciting things to come.
Tywin vs Olenna: A Summary
“Drogon,” she sang out loudly, sweetly, all her fear forgotten. “Dracarys.”
WHO SAID YOU COULD MAKE A GIFSET OF THIS SCENE?
I’ve been scrolling down my dash for a good while until I saw an ask which caught my interest.
Someone asked avatarparalells’ opinion about Zuko being Ozai’s son or not. I really found interesting the part about that Azula edited the letter, so I thought about it for a good while.
I mean, that makes pretty much sense tbh.
Azula isn’t that kind of person who leaves her guard off of things. What if she wanted Zuko to find and read the letter?
Apart from her being a great liar (well, or at least that’s what she proclaimed herself in episode 03x11), I think she’s also a great actress.
Let’s just think about it for a second; she’s always loved power, she wanted to be the firelord. The fact that she edited, no, maybe even wrote that letter and faking it was Ursa’s, makes actually pretty much sense.
Also, I’d like to point out that, knowing Azula (no matter how “crazy” she turned), she wouldn’t really leave such an “important” letter to her just there like that. I mean, not only Zuko could have seen it, but also everyone else who was there.
What if that’s what she’s planned with Ozai while they were alone?
Just, what if?
Anyway, this is just an opinion and theory.
That’s what I was thinking, Azula wanted Zuko to read the letter, she must’ve planned this with Ozai. She knows how to push his buttons and Ozai knows that Zuko doubts himself that he’s doing a good job being the firelord. Zuko finding out that he’s not the right heir to the throne will definitely make him doubt himself even more.
Plus, Azula isn’t THAT careless.
I agree with all of this. We never saw what the letter Ursa wrote to Ikem said; we just saw that Ozai was angry. That could have been about anything—maybe a secret we don’t know yet. They might have jjuxtaposed those scenes on purpose to mislead us, because the fact is we have no idea if the letters are the same. And Azula burnt the other letters and left this one where Zuko could find it. I don’t think that was an accident.