Solid and well explained theory. I had already guessed that Tarlok was Yakone's son, and after last episode I had thought about the bloodbending and where Tarlok is taking Korra( some place meaningful to him).
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Sorry, spamish but this really made me laugh:
The last episode was the best of the season so far. Tarrlock could arguably is the strongest water bender that was in the avatar universe. The fight between him and Korra was awesome. I starting to like his character more. Because people already knew he will be a villain as some point, but before this episode, he was a meh villain.
where is katara flashbacks ? i hope she didnt just sit at the water tribe too busy giving birth and being a mommy , i want more action from katara
Clip of the next episode, Korra begins working on understanding her flashbacks.
And a clip of Tarrlok continuing to be a magnificent bastard.
Riku your 2nd link doesn't work for me, but I found another on youtube:
What a brilliant ploy by Tarrlock lol
Wow, this season is so short compare to Avatar the Last airbender season 1. I really like Tarrlok's short time as a villain, but he is so much cooler than Amon. So yeah, I really hope somehow Tarrlok didn't really lose his bending but >___< Tarrlok was possibly one of the strongest if not the top 3 or 4 strongest bender.
Don't forget, originally there were only gonna be the 12 episodes before they were granted more by Nick, which is why events are going by pretty fast.
Anyway, was great to see what finally went down between Aang and Yakone, and while Tarrlok losing his bending to Amon was expected, didn't think Amon would be able to endure/counter bloodbending. Just one more unique ability of Amon. And I'm starting to feel for Asami.
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Yeah, I totally hate Mako now too. >___<, he is so inconsiderate with korra and now asami. There is a chance that Asami may join the equalist after all.
Just a random thought. The first book is called Air, as Korra has Air bending left to master. However, the second book has no name yet. She has mastered the 4 elements by then (asumgly). Some speculate the second book would be something like metal or even blood. But, what if Amon indeed does take Korras bending away? Then the name could be something like Bending (regaining it) or *insert whatever the name of Amons skill is*, learning to do whatever it is Amon does.
Other guesses at the name of the book: Energy, Avatar (state). Though might be they didn't think it that far, it was originally supposed to be one season. (or so I thought)
That wasn't a random thought. It tied perfectly with the seasons. The show began with winter (water), spring (earth), summer (fire). Korra began with autumn transition into winter (air), so just like that the next season would be water again.
It already an established circle, I hope they don't go to something stupid like blood (water) or metal (earth) as a season. The world isn't necessarily explore as of yet in Korra time. I don't mind revisiting the different nations, though. And who know, maybe Korra was meant to have only one season >___< urgggghhhh
Actually indeed, it would be interesting if the second book was named Water. Following the cycle and representing that Korra starts from a scratch after losing bending. Though Somehow I really doubt she will lose it.
meh, I supposed like you said she will learn bloodbending in water (very unlike her character), but the likelihood that she learn metal bending in earth chapter is high.
The preview for the series finale if anyone missed it. Or just wanted to see it's awesomeness again.
Wow. Just wow.
And the season finale promises.
All that theories of Tarlock being clarified in 5minutes while Amon got a badass moment that makes you wonder how the fuck He's able to do that.
I always thought Amon would take away korra's bending and make republic city his. I think it might happen next chapter that would mean team avatar would live as fugitives during next season while korra tries to regain her bending. It would be kinda similar to Aang's adventure around the world.
Also while Korra travels the world she will have to figure out how to give back people's bending and how to solve this whole mess and make people who sympathize with equalists accept her without coming out as the bad girl in the story.
What is in the end everybody becomes a bender? That way there wouldn't be discrimination.