>Reunited the Earth Kingdom during a time of turmoil
>Granted pardons to enemies who were willing to give back to the system
>Followed certain standards in her conquest while her enemies repeatedly attacked her and her subordinates during times of ceasefire
>Despite losing the war, Kuvira's campaign inevitably led to the end of the country's corrupt monarchy
God Bless the Great Uniter.
I still think Korra is best girl, even if she had problems from time to time.
You have a thing for androgynous women?
i wonder if she got beaten
she looks like a domestic abuse victim
perhaps this is why korra acts the way she does
her mom never taught her how to be a woman as she isn't one herself just a chief's fucksleeve
It might have been a disappointing series, but it sure had some 10/10 older women
Took an arc riddled with PTSD and physical trauma, but I appreciated her development by the end of it.
Honesly i hated the end talk she had with tenzin, though the PTSD arc was interesting in theory, not so sure how well it was done.
I really liked her during Book 1 and 3 though. Especially 3 where i felt like she was pretty much as she should be personality wise.
I thought the whole idea of needing to accept that the world would have to keep on turning with or without her was an interesting concept.
It was one of the aspects of exploring the Avatar's identity that I thought was actually stronger than the original series.
>Helped save the world
>Led to the widespread revival or her culture
Girl deserved a statue somewhere.
I'd agree with that, but it never felt like they really focused on that in book 4. It was almost like Toph said what needed to be said, and then they just moved on from there. And in the few cases afterwards where that comes up, the answer seems to always be that the world needs the avatar, even though it looks obvious that they could have fixed those problems without Korra. I guess that for me book 4 does the same thing as pretty much all the books, it presents an interesting premise and then doesn't deal with it.
What i meant by the end talk was about the compassion bit, which felt like a lesson Korra learned, that she didn't need to learn. If anything she should have learned to not let the past control her.
>What i meant by the end talk was about the compassion bit, which felt like a lesson Korra learned, that she didn't need to learn.
It might not have been the major focus, but I thought it at least tried to emphasize that Korra managed to learn something more than simply being right through brute force.
The morally grey conflict is still resolved pretty quickly, and Suyin's never called out for her questionable part in what happened, but at least they didn't just have Korra kill Kuvira off and call it a day like they did with the Equalist conflict.
My problem just is that Korra said she deserved almost getting killed by Zaheer so she could learn to be compassionate. She didn't need to learn that. She tried talking to every single villain, maybe not for long but she did try. However her sparing Kuvira is treated as something game changing for Korra. I don't think it was, she just never had the chance to spare any of the others herself.
Because lets remember that Korra didn't kill Amon, she didn't even capture him. She tried to save Unalaq, but wasn't able to, and Zaheer was just imprisoned, but not by her. So to me the lesson she learned was completely misplaced. Instead i think she should have learned that the world doesn't need her, and that's ok. Or that sometimes bad things happen and that is not her fault.
Allthough i am also happy she didn't kill Kuvira, and that for once she got to bring in the villain herself, even if the talk they had felt very forced. However i think they treated the problems facing them now that Kuvira isn't in charge pretty poorly by having Korra just leave for some time. And yeah the equalists disappeared very quickly for no reason too.
Also just to clarify, i don't hate Korra or LoK or anything like that. I'm just frustrated with how much potential it had and the promises i felt it gave, but failed to live up to.
Fair enough. Korra did have her share of rash moments though, and with the way they had to backtrack on some development for Book 2 resorting to force was seen as a recurring part of her character.
So I suppose Kuvira was the first enemy she really had a chance to showcase that she wanted to try to end things on a peaceful note if possible.
I guess so, even though Kuvira still went to jail and had to make her army stand down. Also your pic related was a very bad moment for sure, can't say i think it was all that in character for her to do. With that said though she was very rash very often, and it would have been nice to see her grow out of that somewhat, which i don't think book 4 did very well.
She probably was directly ripped off Satsuki, knowing how unoriginal and hacky Bryke are.
But whereas Satsuki couldn't be broken even while completely naked and tortured, Kuvira gets broken by a MUH MOMMY ISSUES speech