Actually, it’s coral blue #3
for the rest of my life whenever i see this color i’ll be reminded of all the hours i wasted on the internet
sorry that color is #2C4762
Tumblrs is #2B4864
i may be ugly but
no i can’t think of an upside in this situation
how many followers do you need to have for people to start caring about you
Keep Burning Bright: *realization boink*
A lot of Book Two is going to take place in the Spirit World.
Guess what Korra can’t do in the Spirit World?
…….. HOLY SHIT
I’M SO LOOKING FORWARD TO THIS
I don’t get why so many people “like” this. Yeah, she won’t be able to bend. Why is that making everyone so ridiculously happy/excited/whatever? It seems everyone is getting a boner thinking about Korra being powerless and that bending prevents her from developing as a person/character/whatever. She definitely went through development in the first book. I also looked through the notes on this and people seriously think it’s suppose to a ‘correction’ for the deus ex machina at the end of Book 1. What!? I get it though. Book 1: badass mofo with her bending. Book 2: now she gets to be a badass mofo without her bending. But people’s utter joy over her not being able to bend is seriously disturbing.
The last time she lost her ability to bend, she broke down and cried like a five-year-old who lost her television privileges until Aang came along and gave them back to her, even though she was still allowed to watch TV a little bit every night. To drop the analogy, she was only able to beat Amon by airbending—not by challenging him to a straight-up fight in front of his crowd, no bloodbending or airbending or any other type of bending, but by airbending. AKA, any argument trying to convince someone that Korra was just as strong a character without her bending was completely wrecked in that finale, which is one of the primary reasons why people keep throwing dislike at it. It sent a bad message, by most standards—if you’re special and you lose what makes you special, break down and cry until you get it back. Trust me, that doesn’t work.
Compare her to Spider-Man, who has had to work without his powers several times. Superman, too. Peter Pan even agreed to fight Captain Hook without flying. There are a lot of heroes out there who have had to forfeit their powers for one reason or another and work on without them—Korra, though, is one of the few who has broken down without them and not proven herself to be capable of operating without using them.
Forcing her into the Spirit World means that she’s going to be in an area where she can no longer use her powers, and if that spirit and Koh and that giant creature are any indication, the Spirit World is going to eat her alive if she just tries fighting them. She’s going to have to learn to be more pacifistic, tempered, and diplomatic. It’s a fantastic opportunity for the show to say, “Oh, yeah, we’re not ignoring that issue, we’re just saving it for a later date.”
Oh, I thought we were talking about how she won’t be able to use the bathroom in the Spirit World.
All joking aside though, unnecessary drama is unnecessary. It’s not like we didn’t already know she couldn’t use her bending in the Spirit World.
And then there is that moment where you realize that you accidentally made a hilarious joke that everyone else got but you didn’t.
My mom is so into the creation of his costume, it’s so cute.
She’s literally off at Walmart buying me more black fabric dye because she wants to make sure the dress is the “right shade of black.”
The right shade of black.
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one day we will open tumblr
and there will be chaos
there will be fire and ice at the same time
people will be sitting in the far corners of our dashboard
rocking back and fourth
and we will know
and we will whisper to ourselves
finnick odair has been cast