really hope that they will explain how the hell did the spirits become so cutey-cute in Republic City. “Because Airbenders” is not an explanation. Where the hell did all the triads go? How did regular citizens accomodate to the wilds?

It is said that the premiere will cover the three-year skip, and I want to believe they do that appropriately.

The last trailer why

lokgifsandmusings:

Aw yeah, S4 in 8 days! Here’s Korra and Asami clearing those other pesky ships away ;)

The headlight looks like a happy face tho

lokgifsandmusings:

Aw yeah, S4 in 8 days! Here’s Korra and Asami clearing those other pesky ships away ;)

The headlight looks like a happy face tho

In for book 4

Okay, waiting for the grand finale. I hope they make another series though.

So I have a crazy idea about what may be a concern in book 4. I can’t be sure they’ll go this way, but i’m gonna call it anyway: A NUCLEAR DANGER.

Here’s what I mean by that. I suppose everybody remembers the time Iroh was explaining basic principles of the elements and lightning generation to Zuko. He states, that lightning is created by separating positive and negative energies. This makes sense - electricity is created by electrones, the negative particles of an atom, being separated from the nucleus, comprised of positive and neutral particles. This can be the key to both nuclear power (nucleus separation) and solution to a major avatar problem - living with the spirits.

But what bending would be able to deliver nuclear strikes? You’d think that separation of an atom as a whole would only be available for the Avatar, buut… It is enough to have an element with great atomic mass: something like Uranium or Plutonium (which are used in real-life’s nuclear energy). And guess what - they’re metals.

This, if somebody doesn’t know, calls back to leaked footage and Kuvira, definitely an important character in the future, being the main suspect for a villain. That would make her a legit threat, but why would writers go that route? This goes back to the whole separating energies talk.

Iroh calls it energy, while it’s solid matter - atomic particles. Contradiction? Not at all, since, as we know, mass and energy are essentially the same, at least according to Einstein’s theory of relativity, which, guess what, ultimately led to development of nuclear physics.

This is debatable, but I assume that spirits are a form of energy, which  means that they and humans, as well as other living things, are also the same. How exactly would the realisation come through - I got nothing, but a connection to nuclear danger is definitely there.

This theory is not at all solid and lacks solid proof, but I say it’s a possibility. What do you think?

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Commission for Maxcen of Korra dressed as Christie Montiero from TekkenThis I had tons of fun drawing, gotta draw more action posses again—————————-If you’d like to know more about my monthly commission streams check the FAQ here and yonder here for my monthly stream schedules!

mypettentaclemonster:

Commission for Maxcen of Korra dressed as Christie Montiero from Tekken
This I had tons of fun drawing, gotta draw more action posses again

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dvd201:

This was another one from the free drawing set i did on DA last year. Its a Jam for Amadeous.

dvd201:

This was another one from the free drawing set i did on DA last year. Its a Jam for Amadeous.

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dioburandou:

pleae swatch thi sthis is my absolute favourite video please

sHIT

How in the fuck does this work so well?

I was nOT ready for tha t

MY BODY WAS NOT READY

He came tumblin’ back from the underworld with an army, I’m done for.

(via misanthropicanthropoid)

Why Korra: Book 3 is ingenious.

As we are waiting for the Game and Book 4, I want to deliver a plot analysis that should explain why was the last season met with such hype and why is it right.

Spoilers follow for both Avatar series.

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There’s a Korra theory around these parts that i’d like to support. It’s about Ghazaan and Ming-Hua and them possibly being siblings.
As I know, so far the evidence is that the girl’s name is of Earth Kingdom, not Water Tribe origin, their facial features being kinda similar and that one conversation with Bolin.
So let’s go Leo on this baby by analyzing the guy’s bending. Everybody calls it lavabending, which previously was thought to be possible only for the Avatar to do. As we can tell, he does it in his own manner, and my idea is that he simply raises the earth’s temperature by accelerating it’s molecules’ speed. I may be wrong, but it seems to be the case.
The only other bending known to do something similar is *drums* waterbending, as they can freeze the water, which is done in exactly the same way, and, I guess it’s safe to assume they can boil it, even though we’ve never actually seen it done. Icebending is not considered to be a substyle, my guess is that it’s way easier to pull off due to water’s fluidity.
And that’s it, their relation is a great explanation to where did Ghazaan get the idea to his weird fluid-earth bending. Seems legit to me.
There’s a lot of subtlety to this Red Lotus Quartet, I like them. I hope Brike doesn’t reveal their backstories so that they are left open for the viewer to grasp.

I nearly freakin’ cried