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Korra2000

aka Korra

  • My occupation is student
  • I am female

Welcome to my message wall! Feel free to contact me at any time. I'll reply as soon as I can. :-)

Korra2000 (wallcontribs) 17:12, October 13, 2017 (UTC)

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  • I know you're not a fan of this chapter, but you are on the subscription list, so I'm sending you this anyway. This is the version you can safely read as long as you stick to the warnings, so I hope you can still get a little something out of it. Enjoy.

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    • Well, first off, I wouldn't say that I'm not a fan of this chapter but just not of the dominating element in this one, even though it defines the chapter. Now, I did read it anyway, safe for the big scene. Don't get me wrong, I do read stories that entail friction of this sort, however I try to avoid extremely big stuff. According to your notes at the end, the scene is very long but that doesn't mean that it contains the kind of stuff I'd rather avoid. I am familiar with most of your stories, including those M-rated ones, and so far I had no qualms about reading any of those. While this is still unknown territory for me, I automatically feel a little uncomfortable going into it every time.

      I don't know to which extremes Kai and Jinora go here but this wouldn't have been the first time reading M-rated Kainora for me, which you know. Let me say, while the genre - if you can call it that - does pose a problem for me personally, it's the pairing here that puts me off the most. I've come to know Kainora as a cute and fairly innocent pairing and that is why I want to prolong that image in my head a little longer, which is why I'm very cautious about smut with those two.

      I know that you didn't go on full-mode here and still ensured there to be some things that take off that tension, which I think is good. While Who We Are is partially about Kai and Jinora's relationship and real life - experiences as depicted in this chapter are a very important part in relationships, I can enjoy a story without intercourse. ;-)

      With that said, the parts I did read I enjoyed and congratulations, you managed to have only one spelling error included (leaving out the big scene).

      Looking forward to the rest of the story.

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  • How did you get access to a copy of Turf Wars :o

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  • I wanted to get one more out in 2017, and I made it! Just, but who's counting? Enjoy Full House.

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  • Enjoy this massive two-part Crimes of Passion chapter just in time for the holidays!

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  • Hey Korra,

    I noticed the fire sages have vacant positions. Given you were user of the month and you are a bureaucrat and amin on the German wiki, I believe you would be in excellent standing for the position. Try applying here.

    Goodluck

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    • Hello Duke,

      I'm aware that the group is looking for new members, however I don't see myself suited for the position (even though I like the idea of joining). I do find it a little odd that you bring up my UoM, bureaucrat and admin titles, as I don't see how those have anything to do with me being a good match (or not) for the position. Only because I have those titles doesn't mean that they 'prove' that I am suited (or vice versa).

      The main reason that I don't think of myself as fitting is because I don't apply to the requirements. "Have a good history of expansion and article wide revisions" & "Be consistent." I don't think I'm any of those, as I am neither doing big edits nor being consistent in overall. 

      I do appreciate that you thought of me, though. Nevertheless, I think I'm not the right one for the position.

      Fare well.

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  • I'll start a new thread so not to ping FireFerret each time.

    So what you do with FastStone is:

    1. you start the program ;-p
    2. you select your image
    3. Tab extra --> convert selected image (the first option)
    4. you get a popup where you can select the new format for your image (you'll most commonly want to convert to png)
    5. click start; the program will create a png file next to your original file when it's done.

    Only after you've converted your image to png can you start doing anything else with the image (like resize or crop the borders). I don't do much more than that.

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    • Sorry to but in here, but doesn't Katara's prediction count here? Or is that still just speculation, but with the seal of approval from the show itself?

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    • That's still speculation, sorry.

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  • Hey, just curious is there something which separates plantbending from other forms of bending on the page that makes it not a specialized use of the art? Rarer techniques like metalbending from ATLA become much more common in Legend of Korra, and those are alongside always-common arts such as healing under the water category. Is there any official definition of a specialized technique? (I'm behind on well over a years worth of canon material so I might've missed something)

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    • Hey. I removed the edit because of the following that is said on the article:

      "Please do not add "plantbending" as a specialized technique. Since it requires nothing special except the ability to waterbend, it is not viewed as a specialized technique"

      I saw that note when I looked over the edit and due to the note I removed the addition that had been made. For plantbending you just need to waterbend the water inside the plant and don't need to perform a higher technique / sub-skill of that element like it is the case with healing for instance. While healing derives from waterbending and does require bent water, it comes with a special 'extra', for a lack of a better word, which would be the ability to heal others' wounds and check one's chi (which you also can do with firebending, apparently...).

      I don't know if this is helpful (probably not), but I'm not an expert on the elements, so you might need someone who is well-versed in it. ^^" I don't think there's an official definition of a specialized technique, however, just the wiki's.

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    • Ah, okay that makes sense. Thanks :)

      If that note is there, it's probably the result of past consensus and is now precedent for the wiki.

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    • sorry to but in… but if you're wondering here is the relevant edit.

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  • Is there a source that was the first time they kissed?

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    • I'll remind you if I don't forget it myself... At work, but checking the wiki, huh? I see ;D

      Heh, it's a habit of mine. I'm always more on the 'careful' side of things to ensure safety.

      I'll make sure to prod you if you haven't prodded me by then :P

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    • Korra2000 wrote: At work, but checking the wiki, huh? I see ;D

      I don't know what you're talking about and let's change the subject with that ;-p

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  • Congratulations!

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