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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#9 - srslyjakecease
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Its primarily because the characters lack character development. I pretty much only watch it because of this mother ******.
#101 to #9 - icefall
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>15 episodes with more than 35 episodes to come
>No character development

#102 to #101 - srslyjakecease
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Ya. They didnt do it, for the most part, in the entirety of the first season when they most certainly should have.

Tell me something about the characters, strictly based on the first season. Mako is a jackass, kora is a teen aged rebel stereotype, who is less mature at near adult hood than Aang was at the age of ten, and what can i say about ******* Bolin. He has less character than the ******* cabbage man. And they had ******* 7 hours, approximately, to make them interesting. But did they? No. Instead, we get a **** ton of Mako and Korra deciding whether or not they want to bone each other.

In short: they had over 7 hours to perform some decent character development, instead we got a ****** adaptation of some teen-fiction novel.
#103 to #102 - icefall
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I think you are rushing to conclusions. Just because we didn't see much character development during the first season doesn't mean you can condemn the whole Korra series to have no character development. I think it's too early to say they won't change at all, i mean there are 3 seasons still un-aired.

Based on that, I could tell you same thing about TLA. During the first 15 episodes of Book: Water, there wasn't much development apart from the introductory stuff.
#104 to #103 - srslyjakecease
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Im not saying they wont change. this new season shows **** tons of promise, and i look forward to seeing it. However, my primary assessment, that there hasnt been much character development to date, and that Tenzin is a ******* baddass and pretty much the sole reason i have kept watching the show post season one, remains true.
User avatar #10 to #9 - hiyorin
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same.
User avatar #14 to #9 - imaan
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Baddest ************ there is in that show!

His fighting style is badass to the bone!
#66 to #9 - vincento
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I liked Amon and Tarlok. And I hope they don't **** up the twins.
User avatar #15 to #9 - xehanortscrack
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The fact that she uses the Avatar State so irresponsibly fits her character. Hopefully and most likely she will develop more as a character and learn how to respect it.
User avatar #21 to #15 - andovaredoras
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i think thats what her 'growing' will be during the series, considering how she has always been a rebel and good at the ''physical side of bending'' .So yeah, she will probably become calmer (maybe just a little?) and a bit more...i dunno..tamed?
User avatar #2 - wmpedo
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Legend of korra is kinda underwhelming...is it just me?
#4 to #2 - anon id: 28df6b8f
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I think Korra is just a pretty ****** avatar.
User avatar #18 to #2 - faithrider
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i loved s1, but s2 i would agree
#42 to #2 - jboienggh
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There were a lot of things I preferred about the original series. Don't really like the style in which they bend in LOK, doesn't have the same artistry? Can't find the word I'm looking for. And Korra is so crap at fighting despite being able to use three elements from a young age.
There were a lot of things I preferred about the original series. Don't really like the style in which they bend in LOK, doesn't have the same artistry? Can't find the word I'm looking for. And Korra is so crap at fighting despite being able to use three elements from a young age.
User avatar #62 to #2 - llpanic
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i guess i kind of like book one but the ending was rushed i mean they deus ex machina'd the ending so everyone get his powers back and the story ended with no one learning nothing, i think it would've been better to see the characters trying to be heroes even without their powers and that could've been pretty interesting.
#83 to #2 - oboom
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Its very unbending when it comes to an actual storyline plot.
User avatar #84 to #2 - greycommotion
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Credit to the person who said this:

"There's only one truly damning feature about "The Legend of Korra" that ruined the series for me: an unlike able protagonist.

Korra represents what is wrong with our societal norms today. She is the embodiment of a post-Feminism culture infused with serious entitlement issues.

She's unlikable because she, like most girls brought up in today's "I'm special/feminine infallibility" culture, has no concept of the qualities of heroism. She has sacrificed nothing, has taken as she pleased, has shown no maturity or growth and disrespects everyone.

She is the antithesis of Aang in every way - she has no virtue beyond her powers, cares more about her own desires than the greater good and has a complete disregard for even the most basic considerations of those around her."


User avatar #6 to #2 - scant
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I found that it felt a little rushed compared to TLA. It seemed to me like they tried to compress what should have been at least 2 seasons worth of content into one, and as a result it didn't really have the same depth as the original.
It was still pretty good though.
#12 to #6 - thegrandexemplar
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well yeah, cause that's literally exactly what happened.
User avatar #7 to #2 - darman
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Well the original license for the shot had a short season, more like a mini series really. They didn't have the time to make the plot as grand as TLA and by the time they were commissioned for more episodes and a new season they had gotten to far along the plot to stop and change to a more long term style.
#26 to #2 - mampfer
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The one thing I hate the most about The Legend of Korra is the more modern world....I dont know why, but I liked the setting of the the first Avatar much more.
#27 to #2 - mrloki
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**mrloki rolled a random image posted in comment #49 at Texts From Superheroes ** korra is pretty much the most immature avatar of her age, that's the problem. She's a pretty weak character.    
   
It would be a big deal breaker for the series but secondary characters are managing well, so I still watch it and hope for the best.
**mrloki rolled a random image posted in comment #49 at Texts From Superheroes ** korra is pretty much the most immature avatar of her age, that's the problem. She's a pretty weak character.

It would be a big deal breaker for the series but secondary characters are managing well, so I still watch it and hope for the best.
#28 to #27 - wmpedo
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User avatar #29 to #2 - zoidz
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Gotta agree, mainly the forced romance and how Korra is PMSing all over like a bat.
#3 to #2 - divermansam
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Yeah, I don't know what it is. It might be that there's less humor. Its trying to be all mature in such, but that's not why we loved avatar.
Yeah, I don't know what it is. It might be that there's less humor. Its trying to be all mature in such, but that's not why we loved avatar.
#56 to #3 - bossguycumsplash
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another version.
another version.
User avatar #13 to #2 - RisenLichen
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Korra's kind of a cunt in my eyes. I'm pretty much watching because 1. I want to see how Bolin x Eska turns out 2. The information about the 1st avatar 3. See the reasoning behind korra's uncles evilness 4. I want to see Iroh, Bumi and Kya.
User avatar #5 to #2 - killingsin
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Nothing they could do would ever be as good as The Last Airbender was, but taken on it's own it's still a darn good show.
#8 - alexusapi
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I actually like legend of Korra, not as much as the last airbender though.
#16 to #8 - TomasArnar
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You do realize that is pretty much all of funnyjunks opinion, right?
You do realize that is pretty much all of funnyjunks opinion, right?
User avatar #95 to #16 - alexusapi
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æji þegiðu bara tómas, enginn spurði þig!
User avatar #17 to #8 - lronman
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i think thats how everyone here feels
User avatar #22 - awesomedudeforty
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Yeah but she also used it to free the spirits from the ice in the forest.
User avatar #60 to #22 - haqq
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also aang didn't use it for every time he got into trouble. she seems to use whenever there's some bad guy, aang used it very sparingly
User avatar #76 to #60 - thatonesouthernkid
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aang couldn't control it for most of the series. he opted to love katara instead of letting her go and achieving full control over the avatar state.
User avatar #30 to #22 - Lintutu
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She still abused her power of the avatar state. I really hope she matures, because she really doesn't deserve to be the avatar
User avatar #61 to #30 - SognaVetr
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She's young. And she did some good thing too. She makes mistakes and that's what makes a good character.
User avatar #39 to #30 - BadManTaliban
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thats kinda the point of the show (i hope). have her start as an immature, foolish, and brash young avatar and have her grow from there.
User avatar #31 to #30 - awesomedudeforty
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Totally agree on that one.
User avatar #20 - roflstorm
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WARNING
OPINION AHEAD
I think the new book will be terrible.
HEAR ME OUT! but you might wanna grab a snack, this'll be a while.
In the first series of books, the main characters, good and bad, god more than enough character development. Aang went from being a child, unable to control his powers, to a mature child who can control them very well. Sokka went from a goofy, wise-cracker to a ******* swordsmen with a goddamn meteorite blade in his hand, Spacesword. Katara went from a young woman who has just started learning water bending to becoming a master of 3 water bending arts. Water, blood, and sweat. Toph, who didn't show up until (and pardon me if this is wrong) halfway through the 2nd book, and STILL got great character development. We learned all of their stories.
Even the bad guys were deeply explained. Ty lee came from a large family and was seen as a clone and not another human, Mai came from royalty as well as Azula, who always got what she wanted, and went to the ends of the world to keep it that way. Ad when she did, she went slap **** bonkers with power. Even Zuko got a lot of development. Denied by his father, made a new name for himself and helped end a century long war. Dude even relearned how to fire bend after his desire was replaced.
#105 to #20 - spacesword
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Indeed it was Spacesword not Meteorite Blade. I should know I'm an expert! Not really an expert. But, I hear you on the lack of character development but i still have high hopes for the new series in its future with a total of seasons
User avatar #55 to #20 - chocolatehotdog
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I thought that, about how the storyline was rushed. The whole Amon thing could have been so much longer. And Korra pisses me off. She doesn't respect being the Avatar or airbending at all. **** needs to be sorted.
User avatar #74 to #55 - roflstorm
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Korra could really use some humility with the avatar state, since she was able to enter it at her own will. She's letting the power go to her head.
As for Amon, heck yes that could've been stretched. But i'm not entirely sure how far....
Maybe 9-10 more episodes?
User avatar #99 to #74 - chocolatehotdog
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I suppose she's such an oafish brat about being the avatar because she was sheltered and didn't have to face hardships like Aang--forced to master the other three elements in a short time frame. That's why the Amon thing should have been stretched. He was a good villain and it's gone to waste. And hell yeah, they coulda made plenty more about him. Maybe not her entire series because then it would be a total redo of The Last Airbender, but more, yeah.
User avatar #23 to #20 - roflstorm
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The story took it's time with these characters, building them up without over doing it. There were emotional moments. Sad moments, happy moments, ******* hilarious moments and angry moments. And they were all appropriately placed so it didnt overwhelm the viewers. In the new series of books, they're running gags, puns, and cliches. While still funny and emotional, it doesn't show it very often. The last airbender made jokes that weren't forced. Legend of Korra, forces puns and the jokes aren't terrible, but they aren't funny.
And above all else, the story was rushed beyond belief. In the last series, it took 61 episodes to reach the requirements for a great show. The start was the discovery of the Avatar, 10-15 episodes later came the trigger moment, which was discovering plans against the invasion in the library and the start of the invasion, which took 10 episodes to drag out. The climax, which was another 10 or so episodes of build up, was the final battle and the ending scenes was the coronation for the firelord and the Avatar. Legend of Korra crammed all that into just 14 episodes. Which isnt NEARLY enough time for full development.
User avatar #24 to #23 - roflstorm
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Yes, the animation has improved. Greatly actually. But that's basically what's keeping me watching.
Not the bad puns or cliches.
Not the characters themselves
But the animation and hope that it will get serious and carry on the same vibe as the Last airbender.
User avatar #25 to #24 - roflstorm
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TL;DR

I'm not looking forward to the new books of Avatar.
User avatar #34 to #25 - kommandantvideo
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Dude the new animation is ******, they're going back to the old animation for the remaining 2 books, which is great.
User avatar #35 to #34 - roflstorm
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I was trying to be nice and say the animation improved, but really, it is really bad and i hope to god they return the old animation for the new books.
#57 to #35 - icefall
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I disagree...

In a technical and artistic perspective animation as greatly improved, there are so many more inbetweens, backgrounds are more elaborated, overall art quality went up. Many of you might not like it since it gives off different feelings, but I should remind you Korra is not TLA. Yes, it is a continuation but that doesn't mean its the same. Korra has a different target audience, on older audience than before, and thus, the feeling and art has to change.

Also about, character development, it's too early to say there is no character development. It's only been 14 episodes. It is just like you said, it took 61 episodes to develop the TLA characters, so saying there is no character development based on such small sample is a rushed conclusion. Let me remind you that there are several seasons to come.

Lastly I was to point out again that Korra is NOT TLA. I agree the last "hi i'm aang, here is your bending back and full control of avatar state" was kind of a deus ex machina. However, the series was intended to be a "small bosses" series rather than a "big single antagonist" series, so don't expect big build ups with extremely satisfying climaxes.
User avatar #77 to #57 - roflstorm
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In due time we'll find out if LOK can improve upon itself.
I'm not looking forward to the upcoming books, but i have hope for it to get it's **** together.
User avatar #19 - Dakafal
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I actually really don't like Korra's character. She's a conceited bitch that thinks she can do anything, and then as soon something happens, she's totally helpless and can't do jack ****. I like all of the side characters better this season
User avatar #72 - hawaiianhappysauce
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"The Legend of Korra is underwhelming."

I know I'm going to get raped in the ass with red thumbs here but based on the comments I've seen on Last Airbender content I was under the impression people liked Korra because of her sex appeal and the ONLY reason people were excited for her own show was so they would have more fap material...

Go ahead, kill me.
User avatar #79 to #72 - mitchr
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Refer yourself to #75.
User avatar #40 - TheAdolfHitler
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TBH I think the reason Korra is like this is because they have room to develop her character.

The entire show is going to have 52 episodes.
User avatar #47 to #40 - iizsimon
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52 isnt much
User avatar #64 to #47 - redclover
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it's a lot for a cartoon that has a set story line
Most western cartoons don't do set stories because it forces you to have short series. They opt for each episode being it's own concise story with occasional over-arcing themes because it frees them up to continue the cartoon for as many episodes as they want.

It you look at anime, you'll notice most are 10-25 episodes, with a heavy concentration sitting on 12.
Because their business model is to produce as many shows as possible, not as many good shows as possible.

52 episodes is more than enough for them to cover the story, develop the characters, and still have fun in between.
User avatar #48 to #47 - IamWhoIam
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The Last Airbender only had like 61 or something.
User avatar #49 to #48 - iizsimon
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thats already 9 more. almost a book... hopefully 52 is without fillers
User avatar #50 to #49 - IamWhoIam
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Books in ALA were 20-21... less than half of a book.
User avatar #51 to #50 - iizsimon
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And LoK's first book had 12 if I recall correctly... We aren't talking about ATLA here.
User avatar #52 to #51 - IamWhoIam
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I was. You were stating that 52 episodes wouldn't be a lot. I compared it to ALA with only will have like 9 more episodes total. And book one may only have been 12 episodes because they were unsure about the success of the show.
User avatar #53 to #52 - iizsimon
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I see. I still think it should be more than 52 though.
User avatar #54 to #53 - IamWhoIam
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I'm just glad they're making the show at all.
User avatar #11 - deepgreen
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Also bending has become super weak.
#41 to #11 - anon id: 1815f6cd
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Now everybody knows lightning bending and metal bending. The thing that made then so cool was the fact that they were so exclusive and powerful. It's so common that they even have jobs for lightning bending. Petty mobster and athletes can do it. I know I'm not supposed to cry over spilled tea, but it's just so sad...
#78 to #41 - thatonesouthernkid
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that happens when civilizations advance. thousands of years ago, steel was incredibly powerful and made whoever used it incredibly powerful in turn, but not too many civilizations knew how to make it. but as time goes on, the knowledge of the once great and exclusive power becomes more common. just like what happened in TLOK, the civilization has advanced and the knowledge behind metal and lightning bending have spread.
#87 to #78 - grapefruity
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But the thing is, I don't think that should be the case. Mainly because I always saw bending more of an 'Art' more than a 'Science'.

More acutely, I thought being able to metal bend or lightning bend was like having a 4th-5th-6th dan in Karate or other martial arts. It wasn't only knowledge, but practice, mastery and discipline. From what I am hearing, Bending is being seen as more of a science than an art (Being able to teach things like metal/Lightning bending after they have been discovered once), and I feel that was the wrong direction.

Would have loved it to be a legend or myth sidestory, with only a few people capable of doing it but keeping it secret. Maybe as a passed down technique, maybe by pure talent. But either way, It didn't feel like something you could boil down to a science and figure out in TLA. Need to watch more LoK to see for myself.
#89 to #87 - thatonesouthernkid
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while you bring up a good point, one thing i'm wondering is that even though mako knows how to lightning bend he never uses it in combat. this tells me he might know how to do it, but not practically. and the only large number of metal benders i've seen so far are highly trained police officers, so it makes since they can metal bend. i guess what i'm trying to say is that even if lightning bending is an art only attained through rigorous training, the general idea behind the action might be widespread. so maybe lots of common fire benders know how to lightning bend, just not well enough to fight with it.
#91 to #89 - grapefruity
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I will know for myself when I watch the show if the context of 'Highly trained' makes sense. Because personally, I feel teaching something like that would mean it is easy enough to train soldiers with it reliably (IRL, martial arts generally take 5 years to gain black belt rank, which is 'Trained', but it would be assumed that would be normal earth-bending/Firebending level)   
   
I will watch it and decide for myself. But It is down to the 'Feel' of the prevalence of these techniques in the end. If they are a royal guard? Makes sense. Police? Probably not, normal earth-bending would suffice for police work unless metal-bending was easy to learn once you know how (Again, the science approach). I shall see...   
   
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I will know for myself when I watch the show if the context of 'Highly trained' makes sense. Because personally, I feel teaching something like that would mean it is easy enough to train soldiers with it reliably (IRL, martial arts generally take 5 years to gain black belt rank, which is 'Trained', but it would be assumed that would be normal earth-bending/Firebending level)

I will watch it and decide for myself. But It is down to the 'Feel' of the prevalence of these techniques in the end. If they are a royal guard? Makes sense. Police? Probably not, normal earth-bending would suffice for police work unless metal-bending was easy to learn once you know how (Again, the science approach). I shall see...

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User avatar #63 to #11 - SognaVetr
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As technology has improved, bending becomes less powefull in comparison. i think it's a great development to see.
#90 to #11 - bronywhat
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Bending hasn't necessarily become weaker, it's just that in ATLA all the main characters were the most powerful or at least in the top 10 of their element. They all regularly handed normal benders their asses on a silver platter.
User avatar #92 to #90 - deepgreen
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well, you'd expect the avatar which has been training for whole her life and commended for her excellence of the physical side of bending, to actually have strong bending. She displays really poor bending in comparison to ATLA, not to mention Aang was like 6 years younger (?) than korra.
#97 to #92 - bronywhat
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No argument there. Korra herself kinda blows.
User avatar #32 to #11 - fattycattyman
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Yeah, in TLA bending was basically a god power in many cases with Toph's earthbending, Zuko/Azula's firebending and Aang's airbending were the strongest in the world.
User avatar #33 - roflsaucer
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I really don't like how immature they show Korra, but I think it's partially because all the older Avatars were already shown to be mature, and Aang, as far as I remember, never had an "immaturity" streak.
User avatar #73 to #33 - thatonesouthernkid
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aang was also a Buddhist type figure. not quite the type for **** that korra does.
User avatar #43 to #33 - angelmatvey
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Never had an immaturity streak? I disagree.
User avatar #44 to #33 - Lainge
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Did you just not watch the show or something?
#81 to #33 - grapefruity
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Uhhh, are you going to review that statement. Because Aang was incredibly immature and childish, I felt that was his endearing feature. He would always slack off, mess around, and generally try to ignore his destiny as avatar in favor of playing or goofing off (Until late into the series where he couldn't anymore). Rarely moody, but very much a child.   
   
Not watched any LoK, however, so I couldn't comment on that. Just saying that I disagree with the statement 'Aang wasn't immature'. GIF unrelated
Uhhh, are you going to review that statement. Because Aang was incredibly immature and childish, I felt that was his endearing feature. He would always slack off, mess around, and generally try to ignore his destiny as avatar in favor of playing or goofing off (Until late into the series where he couldn't anymore). Rarely moody, but very much a child.

Not watched any LoK, however, so I couldn't comment on that. Just saying that I disagree with the statement 'Aang wasn't immature'. GIF unrelated
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I think you're confusing my use of immaturity with childishness. I'm aware Aang wasn't exactly an exemplar example of maturity, I'm just saying that he is definitely a ton more mature than Korra is. I mean, almost every authority figure to Korra has been told "You don't know me! You can't tell me what to do!"
User avatar #98 to #96 - grapefruity
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(09/21/2013) [-]
But Aang did that several times with Katara, basically saying 'I can do what I want' and ignoring her advice (The episode they were gambling being an example, especially when backed up by Toph, who was very much immature).

I feel Korra acts like a moody teen and Aang acts like a child. Both are immature, but it causes slightly different results based on their personality.
User avatar #100 to #98 - roflsaucer
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(09/21/2013) [-]
I suppose. I mean, it's been years since I watched the show, that's why I added "as far as I remember" in my first comment.

Essentially, what I meant was that I find Korra's personality a lot more grating than Aangs.
User avatar #82 to #81 - grapefruity
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(09/20/2013) [-]
Wow. Went for a random gif in my 'Random' folder and got a related one? Whatever, cool, guess its related sort of...
User avatar #45 to #33 - soccerwheels
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(09/20/2013) [-]
Never had an immaturity streak? LOL. My friends and I would drink whenever Katara was mothering, Sokka mentioned food, or Aang was being childish. Aang was definitely immature throughout the series.
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