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User avatar #53 - Underground (06/28/2013) [-]
After this scene I had hoped that in a stunning plot reveal that she would join the equalists. They have an awesome idea with the whole bender vs non bender thing, but if Amon really did die off that easily then I'll be disappointed in the series. It's already fallen short in my books by starting Kora off to be this strong hard headed lead girl but by the end of the season she's a scared little girl who needs ole shark brows. Plus how they just **** all over girls who defend that they don't friendzone guys.

TL;DR Writers could have amped it up a bit more imo.
User avatar #96 to #53 - phyoke (06/29/2013) [-]
Well it was originally going to be a 12-episode miniseries before Nickelodeon said they wanted more episodes, that's why season 1 came to a close so quickly.
User avatar #94 to #53 - tigersstripes (06/29/2013) [-]
Apparently she learns spirit bending.....
User avatar #75 to #53 - azraelthemage (06/29/2013) [-]
Well, Steve Blum was asked about his thoughts on Season 2 being announced. To which he replied, "I'm not allowed to discuss the subject". Yeah, we'll be seeing Amon again.
User avatar #85 to #75 - Underground (06/29/2013) [-]
I figured, they couldn't just kill him off that easily. Without him there wouldn't be much to continue the story with.
User avatar #62 to #53 - DJFatcat (06/29/2013) [-]
On top of that, she's a scared little girl who knows all the elements

At least Aang took all 3 seasons to learn every element, but where can they go from here?
User avatar #84 to #62 - Underground (06/29/2013) [-]
Yeah, what I would have really preferred and what would have probably made ratings skyrocket is if the writers had taken the idea and made it take place still during Aang's lifetime. I know they wanted a new avatar and everything but I personally think they skipped waayyy too far ahead. I would have loved to see the old crew possibly as young adults and see how they changed and matured and had to deal with a problem that was less tyranny and more political. Plus it would have made their story more fulfilling I think. Aang had just learned firebending then BAM they're all dead here's your new avatar. I fear that LOK is going to be filled with more ramance/drama than TLA was.
User avatar #86 to #84 - KazumaKyu (06/29/2013) [-]
This exactly. They would have been making money hand over fist if they'd set the story say around ~5 years after the events of TLA. I mean, there was no way defeating the fire lord was just going to make everything all rainbows and gumdrops, so it would have been interesting to see the Gaang deal with the political and economical fallout of a 100-year war.
User avatar #88 to #86 - Underground (06/29/2013) [-]
Precisely instead of skipping so far into the future that there's a new avatar, everyone's dead and suddenly economics and electricity. I'm sure not everyone was pleased with the war ending, they probably had a lot of unrest and confusion to deal with. And then once they were all older romance could have fit in with the story and flowed with it, we could have seen the gang marry off and start families and have kids instead of forcing romance into LOK like I'm sure they are going to.
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