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"nickelodeon still cares about Korra, the internet is the future, it could be worse!" mY ASS
Honestly I always had my issues with Katara throughout the series but this is where I formed a new found respect for her.
It was evident throughout the whole series that the death of her mom had a tremendous affect on her life…and clearly something that she hadn’t entirely accepted. Death isn’t easy, especially the death of a parent or guardian. But she bucked up and basically took on the role of her mother helping take care of her brother and the other village kids while her dad was off at war. Then she left all that to go and aid the Avatar/save the world, and improve her bending. Remember she had never left home before. Throughout all those wacky adventures she was still carrying the baggage, the hurt, the hate, from her mother’s death….
Then she meets the man responsible for killing her mother. He’s in the palm of her hand, she has the full advantage and she could do it. Yes, she could kill him and avenge her mother…but doesn’t. Does “nothing” (yes she said things but action-wise did nothing) and walks away. This man robbed her. Robbed her of her innocence and most importantly a loving mother. But she does nothing. I don’t know. I just don’t see how it’s possible to dislike Katara after that. Sure her hope rants can be a bit much, and she may have an attitude or whatever but she grew into a such a strong, beautiful, young woman. Not only did she help save the world but she became one of the best waterbenders in the world.
Katara has a ridiculous amount of inner strength. She’s something special.
“A Breath of Fresh Air”: After the events of Harmonic Convergence, Avatar Korra discovers that her decision to leave the spirit portals open has unexpected consequences. Wild spirit vines have overgrown Republic City and Airbenders are suddenly popping up across the four nations.
For those of you who can’t view it on IGN, here’s the brand new clip from Book 3 of The Legend of Korra! [x]
On Friday, June 27th, Korra returns to TV with the premiere of the first three episodes of Book Three: Change at 7pm est. The following week there will be no new episode due to the 4th of July holiday, and after that episodes will premiere regularly on Fridays @8pm est starting July 11th.
Furthermore, these are the descriptions of the first two episodes:
A Breath of Fresh Air: After the events of Harmonic Convergence, Avatar Korra discovers that her decision to leave the spirit portals open has unexpected consequences. Wild spirit vines have overgrown Republic City and Airbenders are suddenly popping up across the four nations.
Rebirth of a Nation: Korra, Tenzin and Team Avatar search for new Airbenders in an effort to recruit them and rebuild the Air Nation. Meanwhile, a band of sinister criminals are organizing to hunt down the Avatar themselves.
As can be seen the second episode’s title has change, previously titled Rebirth, as well as the third, previously known as The Earth Queen, which is now titled Meet the Family.