Nothing warms my heart quite like catching a group of people off guard just after they’ve gathered the courage to belt out a song and watching them grow increasingly mortified.
up until about 5 minutes ago I have been assuming “tfw” stood for “team fortress win”
what the fuck is an xkit guy
But like… is no one else concerned that Zaheer, assuming they didn’t execute him, still has the ability to travel to the spirit world and potentially trap souls or spirits in the fog? Including Jinora or Korra?
sometimes just for kicks i re-imagine scenes where everything is the same except that all the characters have tiny t-rex arms
Have you ever known someone who was just this big bright light and it was almost scary how much light they could give you in one moment like you couldn’t handle it because you would drown or burn up or dissolve and so you end up pushing them away?
humple the hunkle
Am I the only one who doesn’t care too much about Kai’s story?
Obligatory theory that everyone was in the Red Lotus at some point or another and set out to exact the mission in their own ways for their own reasons.
Amon might have found them during the years missing after that snow storm. He could have gotten the idea to utilize his abilities (that, to the Red Lotus, are seen as a gift to be used for the greater purpose) to draw out the Avatar and reform the natural order of chaos. Additionally, Noatak could have been appreciative that his blood-bending would be seen as a good thing, instead of how he had always seen it: as a curse bestowed upon him by his father.
And of course we already know Unalaq defected and pursued personal ambitions to rule the world and forcefully restore the world’s spirituality.
Bryke had said Korra would face different individual enemies per season… but perhaps they are actually all connected.