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AirMasterParker

aka Parker

  • I live in Madrid
  • I was born on December 30
  • My occupation is Student
  • I am Male
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  • There is an Avatar Spanish wiki and an Avatar Spanish wiki discord you can join too? (Just in case you are interestd).

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    • Yeah, but I'm alreaddy pretty busy with this wiki (the original one), to keep up.

      I also have already a Discord for Legend of Genji

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  • In hindsight I made it sound like I had a problem with the video being posted, but I was really just trying to solve the problem of pointing out that Ironbender's thing had nothing to do with what he was quoting from me without actually talking to him.

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    • Geeze, you're way ahead of me. Spirit hybrids are supposed to be a plot hook in the next RCR book.

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    • My goal with Hikar is to do something similar to Legend of Korra: a deconstruction of the legacy.

      Legend of Korra deconstructed the legacy of Aang piece by piece: Book 1: What's Korra without her bending? Book 2: What's Korra without her past lifes? Book 3: What's Korra without a place in society? And Book 4 cleverly remakes the whole series of AtLA: facing a tyranical leader (Ozai/Kuvira) with a giant army (Fire Nation/Earth Empire) and a weapon of massive destrution (Sozin's Comet enhanced Firebending/Kuvira's giant mechasuit + Spirit Energy Cannon).

      In HSC, I'm doing a similar approach. Aang rejected his identity as the Avatar, Korra embraced it, and Hikar, just grew up with it for the three years of his puberty, with the final result being an inconcious embracement and making him the Avatar a part of his identity. In Book 1, Hikar has to deal with the rests of the past, the Red Lotus that Korra never defeated, and once he defeats it, it subverts his position as the Avatar, but at the same time, he discovers an anomaly: Aria Sato, an Air Jubian.

      Hikar accepted him being the Avatar because it made him unique, because people would say Avatar and immediately think of him. But, what is the Avatar, and what makes it UNIQUE? The spirituality? The control of the four elements? The influence on society?

      Book 1 also centers on the question "How do people see the Avatar as? A super-hero, or a weapon of mass destrution?" If you haven't read further, the answer is here in case you want to see it, but beware, spoilers:

      Let's recap the LoK opening line: "Only the Avatar, can master all four elements, and bring balance to the world."

      Notice how Tenzin said, "Only the Avatar…", from Book Two onwards, whatever only the Avatar could do, another one will succeed, and slowly make Hikar less unique, and more like "one of the bunch".

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  • I've finally gotten to a story I've wanted to do since way in the early days, a backstory a few people expressed interest in, & which hopefully lives up to the wait: Hikari Alone added.

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  • If you were the last person that revived that thread last week then yes, as it sent me on a Wikiwalk that both reminded me of the vid and especially because it led me to the Youtuber whose claiming the anti-racist organization is racist. Hence the "/s" denoting the sarcasm in how that experience affected my day.

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  • The book three premiere of Crimes of Passion is here!

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  • Have you had any reactions to the drawings you've used for your story, & if so, what were they? I've been debating adding some of my own to RCR.

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    • In case you didn't know, I have more platforms than DeviantArt (Tumblr, Wattpad, YouTube, and where I'm currently most active because of the follower quantity: Instagram).

      There I post not only Avatar, but also other fanarts I draw (such us My Hero Academia, which I highly recommend to LoK fans). In general, I've received good reception (regarding the art) of my images, or none. One of my most viewed art pieces, is my three-panel sequence of Asami meeting Hikar
      Asami Meets Hikar complete

      This in particular

      , which I'm not surprised. Most of the reblogs in Tumblr go down the same line: "It's so sad, my heart got torn apart." This means Asami is alone again T_T" Those are literal reactions XD to which I responded: "I'm sorry, but it's for the sake of the plot, I love Korra as much as you. >.>"

      You're going to do the drawings yourself? Do you want me to help?

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    • Nah, right now I'm pretty set on doing all the major stuff on my own. I'm just not sure it's--y'know--good enough. But then, I also feel like any huge boom in readers I could mess up by changing the format would've happened by now, so literally what could it hurt to try adding pictures?

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  • Well, it's not over. I've been working through a block myself, so here's at least the knowledge that I'm still alive. Enjoy the Concert.

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  • Hey man! Just wanted to tell you I am a big fan of your work. You are an incredible writer, keep it up!

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    • Yeah, I want to subscribe. I don’t know how to lololol. I’m doing alright on it so far. I’ve written the first chapter and made almost all of the characters pages

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    • I'll write your name on the "Subscribe" section of the main page. Thank you very much.

      Good luck. You don't need to write full details, a tip from Bryke themselves in writing is to leave some blanks just in case they can be filled in the future. (That said, I don't know if you're doing so or not, it's just a typical mistake)

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  • At long last, the book two finale of Crimes of Passion is finally here!

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  • For future references: you can upload a new version of existing images, thus eliminating the need for you to go around and replace all the images with their new version you uploaded under a new name and for me to delete all the unused leftovers.

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    • Oh, okay.

      I think I'll save some of those images first in my laptop to make "Draw This Again" thingy before anything.

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