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    • I have two theories:

      1. Vaatu will be released (unlikely theory): I believe that it is possible that Vaatu will be unleashed on the world because, when Zaheer broke out of prison, he told the White Lotus that the era of the Avatar would end. Also, the Red Lotus is known for wanting chaos and darkness. However, I don't see them going this way because of the creators' reluctance for repeating what they've done. For example, they originally wanted to make Ming-Hua a bloodbender but they decided against it because they did that storyline already.

      2. Tenzin dying: After all the foreshadowing and alluding that has been led up to this, I believe the finale will include Tenzin's death. A good reason for this is because of how poetic it will be. Tenzin was able to nurture a new legacy of airbenders, who can now pass on the trait for generations to come. He succeeded in doing this, something his father couldn't. Now, don't get me wrong, I don't want to see him go. I love Tenzin, as we all do! But I can definitely see it happen.

      Honorable Mention: Toph Coming Back With all the foreshadowing with her kids, I could definitely see this happening. Here's to hoping!

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    • they should show a trailer for the book 3 finale. I hope they do. also I hope we see Toph in the book 3 finale.

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    • My theory is that the Red Lotus want to use Korra to force the Fog of Lost Souls into the Material World. The Fog Spirit will dissipate and infect every human in the World of Avatar, trapping them in their darkest memories. They will all Enter the Void. Where nothing exists except you and your doubts and fears.

      The Red Lotus wants pure chaos and disorder. Everybody will go insane, some sooner than others. In their perfect world, free of oppression and government, only the people who are strong of mind and spirit are fit to live in this world. Because of governments, the individual no longer exists, the people who can accept who they truly are, can free themselves and live in the utopia the Red Lotus created, where no one is weak and "blind to the possibilities of a new reality".

      And that's the Venom of the Red Lotus.

      But I doubt it because it seems we are staying exclusively in the NAT and possibly the Crystal Catacombs...

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    • Honestly while Tenzin is awesome and J.K Simmons gives a damn good performance proving he's more then Jameson in the Spider-Man films because if you were to ask me who did Tenzin's voice and I didn't know it was him then I wouldn't have guessed but having him die would be a poetic moment as someone said but also a dramatic turning point because in Avatar not many of the main characters died but here if they did that it would prove this isn't like Avatar and all gloves could be off not everyone is safe and would develop Korra more like how she could progress without her mentor guiding her unless he comes back as a Force Ghost and directs her to the Dagobah system lol joking. Seriously though while it would be sad I think Tenzin should die but go out like a boss in a continuing battle against Zaheer. As he said the battle isn't over as long as he is still breathing.

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    • Lins father was supposed to be revealed, Im predicting Toph will appear and reveal it

      She would LOVE to see that her daughters resolved their family issues

      (Ok maybe not literally see them)

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    • Lin's husband?? I think you mean Toph's husband.

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    • Teddybearlover wrote:
      Lin's husband?? I think you mean Toph's husband.

      Exactly what I was thinking... apart from Toph never got married right? So maybe their fathers?

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    • Code1125 wrote:
      I have two theories:

      1. Vaatu will be released (unlikely theory): I believe that it is possible that Vaatu will be unleashed on the world because, when Zaheer broke out of prison, he told the White Lotus that the era of the Avatar would end. Also, the Red Lotus is known for wanting chaos and darkness. However, I don't see them going this way because of the creators' reluctance for repeating what they've done. For example, they originally wanted to make Ming-Hua a bloodbender but they decided against it because they did that storyline already.

      2. Tenzin dying: After all the foreshadowing and alluding that has been led up to this, I believe the finale will include Tenzin's death. A good reason for this is because of how poetic it will be. Tenzin was able to nurture a new legacy of airbenders, who can now pass on the trait for generations to come. He succeeded in doing this, something his father couldn't. Now, don't get me wrong, I don't want to see him go. I love Tenzin, as we all do! But I can definitely see it happen.

      Honorable Mention: Toph Coming Back With all the foreshadowing with her kids, I could definitely see this happening. Here's to hoping!

      how could they kill Tenzin? he' is the narrator of the whole season just like Katara in ATLA. I doubt they will kill him. Im just thinking that he might be tortured and a great damage will be done to him. 

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    • Please don't kill off tenzin he's the best character on the show

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    • Tenzin is not going to die. he is the main character and the narrator of the story. they are not gonna kill of a main character.

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    • I hope ur right it looked pretty bad though

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    • I looked at the season finale titles and I searched up enter the void and it turns out its a way of meditating. It said that the void is a vast and formless place like deep space. Entering the depth and silence of the void will help you let go of your former identity, creating a blank slate of no though in which deeper inspiration may come from. Thats basically what Guru Leghima said. He said "Let go your earthly tether" which is let go of your former identity. "Enter the void." which is a person entering the void with no thoughts and total darkness, "Empty and become wind." which is creating a blank slate. What do you guys think of this????

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    • Its also pretty interesting when you relate the void to what the Lion Turtle said to Aang in the final of book 3. The Lion Turtle told Aang that since the beginning of time, darkness has thrived in the void but always yields to purifying light. I wonder if we'll get to see the Lion Turtle again? 

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    • Remember when Korra said she can't take Daw's airbending away... does that mean Korra has never applied energybending like that?

      What if "Enter the Void" ends with Korra and Team Avatar fighting and winning against the Red Lotus!!! They saved the day, Korra defeated the bad guys, Tenzin and the New Air Nation are safe! Hooray for a happy ending...

      And when she tries to energybend and take Zaheer's bending... she fails. His convictions, his beliefs, his very soul overpowers Korra's spirit and corrupts her. Korra's soul was weak and bendable. Zaheer destroys the Avatar. And she becomes a slave to their ideals. That is the "Venom of the Red Lotus". He infected her soul with the spirit of anarchy.

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    • Well, the episode plot has to relate to the title but belive what ever you want but I think that team avatar gets defeated but some how there gonna defeat the Red Lotus The name of the last episode "Venom of the Red Lotus" could be the full name for the Red Lotus just like the White Lotus which is the Order of the White Lotus.

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    • This is messed up, alot part. Zaheer, look at him, if Tenzin is able to put him in knees-down, why can't many do it to him, DUH HES NOT SO GOOD. :( I hope TEAM AVATAR WINS!

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    • The Glorious Avatar wrote:
      This is messed up, alot part. Zaheer, look at him, if Tenzin is able to put him in knees-down, why can't many do it to him, DUH HES NOT SO GOOD. :( I hope TEAM AVATAR WINS!

      Its kind of obvious that Zaheer never really fought another airbender because he just became one like a few weeks ago. And look at the title "Enter the Void" and "Venom of The Red Lotus" it kind of sounds like Team Avatar will lose in "Enter the Void" but like the creators said Korra's bigger battle isn't gonna be a phisical fight. So, like I said earlier, Enter the void is a state of meditation. It said that the void is a vast and formless place like deep space. Entering the depth and silence of the void will help you let go of your former identity, creating a blank slate of no though in which deeper inspiration may come from. Thats basically what Guru Leghima said. He said "Let go your earthly tether" which is let go of your former identity. "Enter the void." which is a person entering the void with no thoughts and total darkness, "Empty and become wind." which is creating a blank slate.

      So, Korra might enter the void.

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    • has Korra got a sister?

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    • No she is an only child

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    • It has to end good, look at the fight between Aang and Ozai, Aang was about to be corrupted when he tried to energy bend and just when his right eye was almost gone everything became blue and he saves the day!

      It would be dumb if Korra gets corrupted (or even destroyed; like the lion turtle said).

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    • UltimateFirebender wrote:
      The Glorious Avatar wrote:
      This is messed up, alot part. Zaheer, look at him, if Tenzin is able to put him in knees-down, why can't many do it to him, DUH HES NOT SO GOOD. :( I hope TEAM AVATAR WINS!
      Its kind of obvious that Zaheer never really fought another airbender because he just became one like a few weeks ago. And look at the title "Enter the Void" and "Venom of The Red Lotus" it kind of sounds like Team Avatar will lose in "Enter the Void" but like the creators said Korra's bigger battle isn't gonna be a phisical fight. So, like I said earlier, Enter the void is a state of meditation. It said that the void is a vast and formless place like deep space. Entering the depth and silence of the void will help you let go of your former identity, creating a blank slate of no though in which deeper inspiration may come from. Thats basically what Guru Leghima said. He said "Let go your earthly tether" which is let go of your former identity. "Enter the void." which is a person entering the void with no thoughts and total darkness, "Empty and become wind." which is creating a blank slate.

      So, Korra might enter the void.

      Maybe when Korra enters 'The Void' she can reconnect with her past lives.

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    • Hey guys, if I'm allowed to post information about Book 4?

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    • What do you know about Book 4?

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    • Not much actually but today I've read a few thingd about Book 4 a site had posted.

      "1. Zaheer and his crew return

      2. The Red Lotus ___________ the Avatar

      3. General Iroh returns

      4. Beifong

      5. True villain is revealed

      That is all"

      Idk what I should think about point 4.. But I like the fact that the plot with the Red Lotus carries onto Book 4.

      Do you have any thoughts?

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    • I knew that would happen! :D

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    • What does have to be filled in ________?

      Btw, where did you find this?

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    • S25

      Thanks for providing links to the clips and pics. Sometimes i really love bolin's character but other times i feel like they are trying to force his character on to us! I really hope they don't kill of any of aang's children, but it was amazing to see them fight. Also - Tenzin seem a tad weak and overshadowed in book 1 and 2, but in book three he was awesome. I felt the same way for Lin so i really hope her fight scene is epic! i Hope the red lotus continue to book 4 :)

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    • @P'li Ur Pants Idk what comes into the bracket. I found it on Facebook.

      @Dr.Who1997 I guess everyone was aware of that, so you're not the only one, lol.

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    • Show us. Well... I got nothing.

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    • Korra2000 wrote:
      Not much actually but today I've read a few thingd about Book 4 a site had posted.

      "1. Zaheer and his crew return

      2. The Red Lotus ___________ the Avatar

      3. General Iroh returns

      4. Beifong

      5. True villain is revealed

      That is all"

      Idk what I should think about point 4.. But I like the fact that the plot with the Red Lotus carries onto Book 4.

      Do you have any thoughts?

      Does anyone have thoughts about what Book 4 will be called? I'm thinking: "Balance". But that's just my guess.

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    • MarioMario543212 wrote:
      Korra2000 wrote:
      Not much actually but today I've read a few thingd about Book 4 a site had posted.

      "1. Zaheer and his crew return

      2. The Red Lotus ___________ the Avatar

      3. General Iroh returns

      4. Beifong

      5. True villain is revealed

      That is all"

      Idk what I should think about point 4.. But I like the fact that the plot with the Red Lotus carries onto Book 4.

      Do you have any thoughts?

      Does anyone have thoughts about what Book 4 will be called? I'm thinking: "Balance". But that's just my guess.

      I think, in analogy to the penultimate episode of book 3 (enter the void), that it could be called "Void". But hey, just my opinion.

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    • MarioMario543212 wrote:
      Korra2000 wrote:
      Not much actually but today I've read a few thingd about Book 4 a site had posted.

      "1. Zaheer and his crew return

      2. The Red Lotus ___________ the Avatar

      3. General Iroh returns

      4. Beifong

      5. True villain is revealed

      That is all"

      Idk what I should think about point 4.. But I like the fact that the plot with the Red Lotus carries onto Book 4.

      Do you have any thoughts?

      Does anyone have thoughts about what Book 4 will be called? I'm thinking: "Balance". But that's just my guess.

      Maybe it's titled "Peace" or "Freedom"? But actually I doubt that. I think we'll maybe figure out the title of Book 4 in the last episode of Book 3. Wait.. what about "New Era"? Nah, not better.. I think we'll have to wait for the final.

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    • I really hope Asami doesn't "pilot the airship" again. I hope she gets to play an important role in the fight against the Red Lotus.

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    • AtomicPsychology wrote:

      Will Korra's hair go down!?

      Yes it will!

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    • AvatarJPT wrote:

      how could they kill Tenzin? he' is the narrator of the whole season just like Katara in ATLA. I doubt they will kill him. Im just thinking that he might be tortured and a great damage will be done to him. 

      Neither Tenzin nor Katara talk from a future point of view. Either one could have died throughout the series.

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    • I agree that Toph might come back. This season Lin's dad was supposed to be revealed so she might do that, plus we were supposed to learn more about earthbending, and we havent so far so who better to teach than the best in the world?

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    • Code1125 wrote:
      I have two theories:

      1. Vaatu will be released (unlikely theory): I believe that it is possible that Vaatu will be unleashed on the world because, when Zaheer broke out of prison, he told the White Lotus that the era of the Avatar would end. Also, the Red Lotus is known for wanting chaos and darkness. However, I don't see them going this way because of the creators' reluctance for repeating what they've done. For example, they originally wanted to make Ming-Hua a bloodbender but they decided against it because they did that storyline already.

      2. Tenzin dying: After all the foreshadowing and alluding that has been led up to this, I believe the finale will include Tenzin's death. A good reason for this is because of how poetic it will be. Tenzin was able to nurture a new legacy of airbenders, who can now pass on the trait for generations to come. He succeeded in doing this, something his father couldn't. Now, don't get me wrong, I don't want to see him go. I love Tenzin, as we all do! But I can definitely see it happen.

      Honorable Mention: Toph Coming Back With all the foreshadowing with her kids, I could definitely see this happening. Here's to hoping!

      1. I dont think it it possible since jinora kinda got rid of him when bonded with unlaq and more then likley cese to exist, unless zeeheer and his gang will find a way to bring him back, i dont think that it would be possible, besides why would they bring back a villan from a prevous book  that was already defeated. I doubt it would happen though.

      2. i dont really want it to happen, but it might be a possiblity since he was seen being beaten up by the red lotus, i hope it really dose not happen, he may be serverly hurt from what the red loutus did to him, I dont know, i really dont think it will happen, but he might be serverly hurt.

      3. That would be cool if Toph showed up, but why would she suddenly get out of enlightment or what ever to fight or talk to her childran, i dont know, but that would be really good if she showed up in the finale, but i think that she would more then likey pop up in book 4 along with zuko's daughter. But you never know.

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    • Korra2000 wrote:
      Not much actually but today I've read a few thingd about Book 4 a site had posted.

      "1. Zaheer and his crew return

      2. The Red Lotus ___________ the Avatar

      3. General Iroh returns

      4. Beifong

      5. True villain is revealed

      That is all"

      Idk what I should think about point 4.. But I like the fact that the plot with the Red Lotus carries onto Book 4.

      Do you have any thoughts?

      i think that is a fan speculation for book 4, we really have no news about book 4 at all and dont even know the title so it would be too early to speculate as we know nothing in book 4,untill the creators or someone on the team make it offical, I will consider it speculation or tease and will not be considerd a spoiler. but that would be cool, but i am pretty sure that book 4 will have a seperet plot. but i dont know, correct me if i am wrong.

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    • Korra2000 wrote: Not much actually but today I've read a few thingd about Book 4 a site had posted.

      "1. Zaheer and his crew return

      2. The Red Lotus ___________ the Avatar

      3. General Iroh returns

      4. Beifong

      5. True villain is revealed

      That is all"

      Idk what I should think about point 4.. But I like the fact that the plot with the Red Lotus carries onto Book 4.

      Do you have any thoughts?

      I think this a fan speculation for book 4. we don't have no news about book 4 at all and we dont even know the title. they are still working on book 4. so what you said was a fan idea/info for book 4.

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    • Dunno if Tenzin will die, Tonraq was bashed quite badly in night of stars, yet his wife healed him. Considering Katara is considered the worlds best healer Tenzin may recover

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    • AtomicPsychology wrote:
      I really hope Asami doesn't "pilot the airship" again. I hope she gets to play an important role in the fight against the Red Lotus.

      Me too!! She's worth more than being a pilot or driver. Sokka got involved so why can't she? I hope she takes out Ming-hua with the old Equalist shock glove through her lovely water arms :3

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    • ^ I had the same exact scene in mind, but instead of Ming-Hua, Asami makes it up the stolen airship and taser punches P'Li in the forehead... KABOOM!

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    • Haha sounds good :3 I just want her to do something more combative.

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    • 6 days until book 3 finale. today is sunday.

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    • Avatar Silver wrote:
      plus we were supposed to learn more about earthbending, and we havent so far so who better to teach than the best in the world?

      We've seen that lavabending is possible for someone who isn't the Avatar.

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    • Ehh, I'm still in the "Asami is the one to ultimately defeat Ming-Hua" camp.  Ming-Hua hit with a taser would be completely discombobulated and unable to even form her water whips.  (Not to mention drenched.)

      However, Asami doesn't have a distance weapon (yet); and P'Li would have to be sniped from a distance, I think.  Snipe the sniper.

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    • Has Sokka and Suki got children?

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    • Earthbeinder wrote: Has Sokka and Suki got children?

      we don't know.

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    • Code1125 wrote:
      I have two theories:

      1. Vaatu will be released (unlikely theory): I believe that it is possible that Vaatu will be unleashed on the world because, when Zaheer broke out of prison, he told the White Lotus that the era of the Avatar would end. Also, the Red Lotus is known for wanting chaos and darkness. However, I don't see them going this way because of the creators' reluctance for repeating what they've done. For example, they originally wanted to make Ming-Hua a bloodbender but they decided against it because they did that storyline already.

      2. Tenzin dying: After all the foreshadowing and alluding that has been led up to this, I believe the finale will include Tenzin's death. A good reason for this is because of how poetic it will be. Tenzin was able to nurture a new legacy of airbenders, who can now pass on the trait for generations to come. He succeeded in doing this, something his father couldn't. Now, don't get me wrong, I don't want to see him go. I love Tenzin, as we all do! But I can definitely see it happen.

      Honorable Mention: Toph Coming Back With all the foreshadowing with her kids, I could definitely see this happening. Here's to hoping!

      During Korra's talk with Zaheer, Zaheer did imply that the Red Lotus wanted to free Vaatu from his imprisonment to enforce anarchism - pretty much everything Unalaq wanted, though being the dark avatar wasn't in line with the red lotus'.

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    • S25

      I don't think toph will return for book 3 but i really look forward to book 4! But i think it will be really cool if one of the red lotus killed sokka and one of Aang's kids avenge their uncle :) I wonder if Su is part of the red lotus, but not part of team zaheer? And as a joke - imagine if Zhu-Li is the villain of season 4!

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    • I think that we should all consider the possibility that the Red Lotus will go after Raiko next, as they consider him "moronic". I would agree with them if they weren't going to assassinate him. But if Korra saves him, he'll have to swallow his pride and apologize to her.

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    • Raiko swallow his pride and apologize? He might prefer being killed by the Red Lotus, lol.

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    • I'm still waiting to see what Varrick and Zhu-Li have been up to for all these episodes. Those two, Kai, and Opal were all either introduced or reintroduced for a reason this season so I'm still wondering what they might add to these final 2 episodes.

      I also still wonder when Korra is going to resolve the spirit vine problem back in Rebublic City. That issue has been untouched this entire book.

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    • Supermensch wrote: Raiko swallow his pride and apologize? He might prefer being killed by the Red Lotus, lol.

      I would prefer Ming Hua to torture him like she wanted.

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    • 101Dalmatians wrote:

      Supermensch wrote: Raiko swallow his pride and apologize? He might prefer being killed by the Red Lotus, lol.

      I would prefer Ming Hua to torture him like she wanted.


      I don't remember her saying that

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    • Darkestknight2314 wrote:
      I'm still waiting to see what Varrick and Zhu-Li have been up to for all these episodes. Those two, Kai, and Opal were all either introduced or reintroduced for a reason this season so I'm still wondering what they might add to these final 2 episodes.

      I also still wonder when Korra is going to resolve the spirit vine problem back in Rebublic City. That issue has been untouched this entire book.

      Let's hope in the last two eps, some miraculous event reconnects Korra with her past lives, as surely any of them would have the spiritual knowledge to make the vines recede

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    • 101Dalmatians wrote:

      Supermensch wrote: Raiko swallow his pride and apologize? He might prefer being killed by the Red Lotus, lol.

      I would prefer Ming Hua to torture him like she wanted.


      I don't remember her saying that

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    • Darkestknight2314 wrote:
      I'm still waiting to see what Varrick and Zhu-Li have been up to for all these episodes. Those two, Kai, and Opal were all either introduced or reintroduced for a reason this season so I'm still wondering what they might add to these final 2 episodes.

      I also still wonder when Korra is going to resolve the spirit vine problem back in Rebublic City. That issue has been untouched this entire book.

      Let's hope in the last two eps, some miraculous event reconnects Korra with her past lives, as surely any of them would have the spiritual knowledge to make the vines recede

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    • Ming-Hua said that they should have bullied some answers out of a cop.  It was Ghazan who asked about making an attempt on Raiko.

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    • Deist Zealot
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      Mine. Connection hiccuped.
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    • why posts are repeated??

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    • Because my connection glitched or something.

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    • Deist Zealot
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    • dont worry i just deleted the repeated reply.

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    • I wonder if the end of book 3 is gonna be like book 2 was in ATLA.

      In "The Crossroads of Destiny" it ends with the gaang defeated and the fire nation on top, setting up for book 3: "fire" to be about making a comeback.

      "Venom of the Red Lotus" could be like that were team avatar is defeated and it looks like The Red Lotus have won, setting up book 4 to be about them making a comeback.

      Thoughts?

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    • Space monster0o0 wrote: I wonder if the end of book 3 is gonna be like book 2 was in ATLA.

      In "The Crossroads of Destiny" it ends with the gaang defeated and the fire nation on top, setting up for book 3: "fire" to be about making a comeback.

      "Venom of the Red Lotus" could be like that were team avatar is defeated and it looks like The Red Lotus have won, setting up book 4 to be about them making a comeback.

      Thoughts?

      I don't think book 3 is going to end like book 2 of ATLA.

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    • Cannot wait until this season finale. It's gonna be amazing, I can feel it. :)

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    • Just an prediction on an exploit The Red Lotus may use, mentioned in another thread

      Still claims Opals going to die for a good cause like Yue, I'll give personal input

      Book 3 revolves around the value family. Bumi getting Air bending allowed too be in par with his siblings, Kai lured Mako to his remaining family, which Mako refused to leave ba sing we without, and Opal lured Lin back into the rest of the Beifong family

      In the Ultimaturn, Zaheer exploits family value, as Tenzin says all airbenders are considered their family, the Air Nation is extremely valuable to him thus threatening it could get the Avatar from him

      Now note, the Metal Clan is the ultimate weapon against Zaheer gang. Water, lava, air, nor combustion can pass metal, resulting in Zaheer defeat at Zao Fu. BUT... with Opal, he can counter this, its this easy:

      Opal captured

      Or I'm cutting her head off!

      -"Give up Metal Clan!"

      -"Give us the Avatar!"

      -"Murder Raiko"!

      -"Massage my non-existant armpits and call Opal an giant Dora the Explorer!"

      Lin comforting Suyin

      Your daughter or the Avatar, what'll it be...





      Unalaq did this with Jinora, an Airbender and vital family member to get Korra to open the Northern Spirit Portal. Korra hesitated but complied. It was possible for Korra to close them again. The Red Lotus would surely use Opal due to her significance in the Beifong family, but compared to opening portals, is Korra getting captured by the Red Lotus really undo-able? 

      Expect an death threat on Opal, and have it comply for a good cause...

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    • after the book 3 finale the wait for book 4 begins. be I don't think it will be a long wait.

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    • If nobody has mentioned it yet:

      Zaheer for the People has posted another mysterious looking quote. Check that tumblr if you want to read the two quotes which are supposedly from the episodes (as of now, its still speculation as there is no proof that it is from the actual episodes). 

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    • ^ I really hope it's just really good fanfiction Zaheer for the People wrote.

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    • I dunno, it sounds like it could add an interesting twist to the story.

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    • Windbag McSpoilsport did legitly get ahold of a video of decent quality ("Long Live the Queen") with no logos, ahead of time.  So I wouldn't be entirely surprised if it ends up being accurate.

      Rumor actually has it that Windbag McSpoilsport is someone involved with the show who's gotten disgruntled.

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    • S25

      Side note: Katara has been in every finale of the both ATLA and T:LOK, so it's more than likely she will heal her children (the only other healer available that we know would be korra's mom)

      I WANNA SEE KORRA'S HAIR DOWN!!

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    • has Zuko and Mai got children?

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    • Earthbeinder wrote: has Zuko and Mai got children?

      we know zuko has a daughter.

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    • There's a lot of stuff I want to see...Zuko meeting spirit Iroh, the return of Toph and the revelation of her husband(s), Tenzin still alive, how Aang and Sokka died, Bolin finally getting some action, etc. But more than anything else, I think I want to see Zaheer's back story. We all know what he wants and his ideology behind his actions, but I'm interested to know how he got to this point.

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    • Avatar Steve wrote: There's a lot of stuff I want to see...Zuko meeting spirit Iroh, the return of Toph and the revelation of her husband(s), Tenzin still alive, how Aang and Sokka died, Bolin finally getting some action, etc. But more than anything else, I think I want to see Zaheer's back story. We all know what he wants and his ideology behind his actions, but I'm interested to know how he got to this point.

      same here. we already know how Aang died.

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    • Why are people desperate to see Korras hair down

      Tenzin consoling Korra

      Does this satisfy you

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    • Teddybearlover wrote:

      Earthbeinder wrote: has Zuko and Mai got children?

      we know zuko has a daughter.


      Gene Luan Yang better write that they get back together!

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    • Thinklogic wrote: Why are people desperate to see Korras hair down

      Tenzin consoling Korra

      Does this satisfy you

      Lol I have no idea. It seems Bryke loves drawing Korra with her hair down in promotional art and the fans can't get enough of it...

      I just think it looks badass.

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    • we might see korra with her hair down in the book 3 finale.

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    • If this isn't the series finale, I think this season will end on a cliffhanger. None of the other seasons have done that yet. And with a group like the Red Lotus who show no mercy, it would make sense for them to do something cliffhanger-ish (like Azula striking Aang down at the end of Book 2).

      But that's my two-cents.

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    • Teddybearlover wrote:

      Avatar Steve wrote: There's a lot of stuff I want to see...Zuko meeting spirit Iroh, the return of Toph and the revelation of her husband(s), Tenzin still alive, how Aang and Sokka died, Bolin finally getting some action, etc. But more than anything else, I think I want to see Zaheer's back story. We all know what he wants and his ideology behind his actions, but I'm interested to know how he got to this point.

      same here. we already know how Aang died.


      We do? Did I miss that part? How did he die?

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    • Avatar Steve wrote:
      Teddybearlover wrote:

      Avatar Steve wrote: There's a lot of stuff I want to see...Zuko meeting spirit Iroh, the return of Toph and the revelation of her husband(s), Tenzin still alive, how Aang and Sokka died, Bolin finally getting some action, etc. But more than anything else, I think I want to see Zaheer's back story. We all know what he wants and his ideology behind his actions, but I'm interested to know how he got to this point.

      same here. we already know how Aang died.

      We do? Did I miss that part? How did he die?

      Azula had shot him with lightning to the back while in the avatar state killing him instantly but revived by katara shortly afterwords.

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    • Gsmith1030 wrote:
      Avatar Steve wrote:
      Teddybearlover wrote:

      Avatar Steve wrote: There's a lot of stuff I want to see...Zuko meeting spirit Iroh, the return of Toph and the revelation of her husband(s), Tenzin still alive, how Aang and Sokka died, Bolin finally getting some action, etc. But more than anything else, I think I want to see Zaheer's back story. We all know what he wants and his ideology behind his actions, but I'm interested to know how he got to this point.

      same here. we already know how Aang died.

      We do? Did I miss that part? How did he die?
      Azula had shot him with lightning to the back while in the avatar state killing him instantly but revived by katara shortly afterwords.

      No, he's talking about the Aang after the hundred year war. They just said he died at old age.

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    • Gsmith1030 wrote:

      Avatar Steve wrote:
      Teddybearlover wrote:

      Avatar Steve wrote: There's a lot of stuff I want to see...Zuko meeting spirit Iroh, the return of Toph and the revelation of her husband(s), Tenzin still alive, how Aang and Sokka died, Bolin finally getting some action, etc. But more than anything else, I think I want to see Zaheer's back story. We all know what he wants and his ideology behind his actions, but I'm interested to know how he got to this point.

      same here. we already know how Aang died.

      We do? Did I miss that part? How did he die?

      Azula had shot him with lightning to the back while in the avatar state killing him instantly but revived by katara shortly afterwords.

      That's not what he meant. He wanted to know how Aang died, enabling Korra to be born. And to answer the question, Bryke said that because of Aang's suspended animation in the iceberg for 100 years, his lifespan was cut short so he died at the ripe old age of 66 (166 chronologically). I believe they said this in an interview with The Wall Street Journal.

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    • Avatar Steve wrote:
      Teddybearlover wrote:
      same here. we already know how Aang died.
      We do? Did I miss that part? How did he die?

      We know that Aang died at the relatively young biological age of 66 because of the long time he spent in the iceberg, which means that he died a natural death. We don't know the specifics though.

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    • Galaxyguy159 wrote: If this isn't the series finale, I think this season will end on a cliffhanger. None of the other seasons have done that yet. And with a group like the Red Lotus who show no mercy, it would make sense for them to do something cliffhanger-ish (like Azula striking Aang down at the end of Book 2).

      But that's my two-cents.

      the book 4 finale will be the series finale.

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    • @Teddy...

      You know exactly what I mean. Don't be stupid.

      @Code; @ JPT...

      That might be what Bryke said in some interview, but as far as I know, nothing has been said in the show or in the comics indicating exactly how he died. Personally, I'd like to think Aang died heroically. He wouldn't necessarily have to save the world, but he could still die saving lives. Avatar Roku died saving one small village from a volcanic explosion. And it would be really interesting if Zaheer and his gang had a hand in Aang's death, making his conflict with Korra and Tenzin all the more potent.

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    • It would be nice to see a change with Korra herself, considering the book's title. Either a slight hair change or costume change would have been nice.

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    • I always thought she looked cuter with her down at the end of book two

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    • @Thebridge14

      And more mature.

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    • I really want to ask if an Team Avatar or supporter will die in the Season Finale

      My 7 year old cousin started wimpering towards the end of The Ultimatum

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    • Galaxyguy159 wrote:
      If this isn't the series finale, I think this season will end on a cliffhanger. None of the other seasons have done that yet. And with a group like the Red Lotus who show no mercy, it would make sense for them to do something cliffhanger-ish (like Azula striking Aang down at the end of Book 2).

      But that's my two-cents.

      Uh, Book 2: Earth's ending was a cliffhanger.

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    • Fancy Waterbender wrote:
      Galaxyguy159 wrote:
      If this isn't the series finale, I think this season will end on a cliffhanger. None of the other seasons have done that yet. And with a group like the Red Lotus who show no mercy, it would make sense for them to do something cliffhanger-ish (like Azula striking Aang down at the end of Book 2).

      But that's my two-cents. Fw is right you know

      Uh, Book 2: Earth's ending was a cliffhanger.


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    • Who's Toph's boyfriend???

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    • Earthbeinder wrote: Who's Toph's boyfriend???

      why are you asking questions?

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    • I don't know. I'm curious :)

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    • I think that the Void that's being referenced is the cosmic plain Aang and Korra went to were their Avatar spirit resides. Maybe Zaheer wants Korra so he can enter the Void and either kill her Avatar spirit permanently, revive Vaatu by extracting him from it or corrupt her spirit making her a puppet of the Red Lotus. Honestly I believe in the latter and I think that Korra will be the villain for half of Book 4 until they find a way to save her.

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    • what if nick trolls us? what if they put episode 12 this week and put episode 13 next week? lol

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    • Right guys, I think there are more people who are part of the red lotus, when they were attacking the air temple, three were on the ground and PiLi was on the door of the airship who was driving the Airship???? That was going around in circles, as far as I am concerned there isn't auto drive installed on these airships. This is a spoiler alert I have read text from tumblr and it's a statement from xai Bao the creator of the red lotus and he mentions that when the spirit is on its journey the body has to be protected or another spirit can enter the body so it has to be protected. So i am guessing that either that Zaheer tricks Korra into mediating and tricks her to his body has we already have seen Zaheer manages to control his body when his spirit is at the spirit world. So he controls the avatar spirit when it's in his body or something. That's my prediction. I can't wait.

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    • We might end up seeing Zaheer controlling the four elements and korra is weak

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    • Zaheer doesnt believe in an avatar though.

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    • One thought that I've had goes back to Zaheer talking about Unalaq's betrayal of the Red Lotus in "The Stakeout":

      "Unalaq becoming a Dark Avatar was never a part of our mission" (or something along those lines).

      The thing that struck me is that he put more of an emphasis on Unalaq's name in that sentence. Maybe Korra is the one to become a Dark Avatar, or maybe something like a Dark Avatar. Perhaps their plan is to capture Korra, speed up Vaatu's regrowth from inside of Raava (and therefore, the Avatar Spirit), making it so both Raava and Vaatu are a part of the Avatar, and making the Avatar a true embodiment of balance, according to the Red Lotus' beliefs; she would have both the spirit of light and peace and the spirit of darkness and chaos within her. With both spirits a part of the Avatar, the Red Lotus might think that this will help bring balance to the world. Just a thought, not founded in a whole lot of fact.

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    • Thebridge14 wrote: Zaheer doesnt believe in an avatar though.

      Actually he never said avatar but leaders

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    • Gaang112 wrote: One thought that I've had goes back to Zaheer talking about Unalaq's betrayal of the Red Lotus in "The Stakeout":

      "Unalaq becoming a Dark Avatar was never a part of our mission" (or something along those lines).

      The thing that struck me is that he put more of an emphasis on Unalaq's name in that sentence. Maybe Korra is the one to become a Dark Avatar, or maybe something like a Dark Avatar. Perhaps their plan is to capture Korra, speed up Vaatu's regrowth from inside of Raava (and therefore, the Avatar Spirit), making it so both Raava and Vaatu are a part of the Avatar, and making the Avatar a true embodiment of balance, according to the Red Lotus' beliefs; she would have both the spirit of light and peace and the spirit of darkness and chaos within her. With both spirits a part of the Avatar, the Red Lotus might think that this will help bring balance to the world. Just a thought, not founded in a whole lot of fact.

      I think that is quite true cz Zaheer believes the original balance is imbalance

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    • DRodriguezzz wrote:

      Gaang112 wrote: One thought that I've had goes back to Zaheer talking about Unalaq's betrayal of the Red Lotus in "The Stakeout":

      "Unalaq becoming a Dark Avatar was never a part of our mission" (or something along those lines).

      The thing that struck me is that he put more of an emphasis on Unalaq's name in that sentence. Maybe Korra is the one to become a Dark Avatar, or maybe something like a Dark Avatar. Perhaps their plan is to capture Korra, speed up Vaatu's regrowth from inside of Raava (and therefore, the Avatar Spirit), making it so both Raava and Vaatu are a part of the Avatar, and making the Avatar a true embodiment of balance, according to the Red Lotus' beliefs; she would have both the spirit of light and peace and the spirit of darkness and chaos within her. With both spirits a part of the Avatar, the Red Lotus might think that this will help bring balance to the world. Just a thought, not founded in a whole lot of fact.

      I think that is quite true cz Zaheer believes the original balance is imbalance

      Yeah, cause it would make Korra a walking talking paradox, being the human embodiment of peace and chaos. I wonder how much therapists charge in the Avatar world... :/

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    • Gaang112 wrote:
      One thought that I've had goes back to Zaheer talking about Unalaq's betrayal of the Red Lotus in "The Stakeout":

      "Unalaq becoming a Dark Avatar was never a part of our mission" (or something along those lines).

      The thing that struck me is that he put more of an emphasis on Unalaq's name in that sentence. Maybe Korra is the one to become a Dark Avatar, or maybe something like a Dark Avatar. Perhaps their plan is to capture Korra, speed up Vaatu's regrowth from inside of Raava (and therefore, the Avatar Spirit), making it so both Raava and Vaatu are a part of the Avatar, and making the Avatar a true embodiment of balance, according to the Red Lotus' beliefs; she would have both the spirit of light and peace and the spirit of darkness and chaos within her. With both spirits a part of the Avatar, the Red Lotus might think that this will help bring balance to the world. Just a thought, not founded in a whole lot of fact.

      This has made the most sense to me than any other theory I've seen. If they are able to draw out Vaatu from within Raava, like the did at the end of last season but opposite. After just realising that Raava and Vaatu are like Yin and Yang with both of them as part of Korra's soul wouldn't Korra be what's known as Wuji? Not one or the other but both, indifferent? 

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    • I don't get the point of reviving Vaatu, chaos already exists in the world regardless of whether Vaatu is free or not. Making the Avatar an embodiemnt of both peace and chaos makes the position redundant, as someone else pointed out, paradoxical.

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    • Peaceloveandcaffeine wrote:
      I don't get the point of reviving Vaatu, chaos already exists in the world regardless of whether Vaatu is free or not. Making the Avatar an embodiemnt of both peace and chaos makes the position redundant, as someone else pointed out, paradoxical.

      That's exactly the point :)

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    • Especially since the Red Lotus, at this point, make no sense.  I'd say they're working off of "the ends justify the means," but their means would defeat their desired ends.  (Aside from the outright hypocrisy of going after the Air Temple after calling out Sozin as an example of the failure of world leadership, complete anarchy tends to resolve itself into a thousand petty oligarchies.)

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    • I'm still convinced that the Red Lotus wants Korra to "enter the void", leaving her body open for another vessel. Whether that spirit is Xai Buo, Guru Lahima, or ever Zaheer is unknown, but I do feel that she would make the greatest possible villian for book 4. An evil avatar, much like a dark avatar, would be amazing to see in action.

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    • This should say enough

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    • Suyin would have been in her late teens (Junior looks to be in his early twenties; therefore, Su would have been in her early twenties herself when she had him) when that photo was taken.  The strongman looks at least ten years older.  Zaheer looks like he's Su's age or younger.

      Also, the strongman is considerably taller than Zaheer.

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    • so does anyone know for sure if nick's gonna post episodes 12 & 13 this week or hold 13 til next week

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    • I hope they post both of them this Friday. I'm willing to bet that episode 12 also ends on a cliff hanger, like 11, and I don't know if I could handle the wait, seeing as how I'm barely handling this one.

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    • Remember when Suyin explained her circus trip and it showed a framed photo? She's sitting on Zaheer's shoulder there. This might explain Zaheer's extraordinairy agility...

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    • Vincent Sodenkamp wrote:
      Remember when Suyin explained her circus trip and it showed a framed photo? She's sitting on Zaheer's shoulder there. This might explain Zaheer's extraordinairy agility...

      The strongman isn't Zaheer.  He's too old and too tall.

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    • I just hope Katara is involved and kicks ass

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    • i dont think so, it was confirmed a long time ago that there was going to be a two-part finale.

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    • I don't think nick is going to give us a trailer for the book 3 finale. I was hoping they would do that.

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    • If by trailer you mean a preview, than yeah nick has posted one. go on animeflavor for it, or nick .com

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    • Also, I stongly believe Zaheer was bluffing about wiping out the new air nomads. Maybe he'd kill 1/3 or maybe even half of them, but the way he stands, i really dont think he'd kill them all (unless he was positive he and P'li could make an airbender baby.

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    • Avatar Silver wrote:
      Also, I stongly believe Zaheer was bluffing about wiping out the new air nomads. Maybe he'd kill 1/3 or maybe even half of them, but the way he stands, i really dont think he'd kill them all (unless he was positive he and P'li could make an airbender baby.

      One baby is hardly enough to rebuild a nation. That being said, it's not like there aren't plenty of other new airbenders around that didn't go to the temple.

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    • Avatar Silver wrote:
      Also, I stongly believe Zaheer was bluffing about wiping out the new air nomads. Maybe he'd kill 1/3 or maybe even half of them, but the way he stands, i really dont think he'd kill them all (unless he was positive he and P'li could make an airbender baby.

      Uh... P'li was willing to fire combustion directly at Kai and Tenzin

      You know characters can die from that right

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    • I don't know; P'Li seemed pretty serious about sniping at Kai.  Sure, it's possible that he just registered as "airbender who's not Zaheer on glider; ergo, target," but P'Li clearly has keen eyes and Kai is a skinny little preteen.  Also, she didn't seem to care much whether or not Rohan was in her blast radius, either.

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    • what if Suyin will die? 

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    • Supermensch wrote:
      Avatar Silver wrote:
      Also, I stongly believe Zaheer was bluffing about wiping out the new air nomads. Maybe he'd kill 1/3 or maybe even half of them, but the way he stands, i really dont think he'd kill them all (unless he was positive he and P'li could make an airbender baby.
      One baby is hardly enough to rebuild a nation. That being said, it's not like there aren't plenty of other new airbenders around that didn't go to the temple.

      well I mean Aang had (originally) one airbending kid. And then Tenzin had 3, and if each of those 3 had 3, and so on and so forth. Zaheer could do what Aang did, or even have more than one airbending kid.

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    • Thinklogic wrote:
      Avatar Silver wrote:
      Also, I stongly believe Zaheer was bluffing about wiping out the new air nomads. Maybe he'd kill 1/3 or maybe even half of them, but the way he stands, i really dont think he'd kill them all (unless he was positive he and P'li could make an airbender baby.
      Uh... P'li was willing to fire combustion directly at Kai and Tenzin

      You know characters can die from that right

      Yeah I know, and like I said maybe he'd kill 1/3 or even half of them, but Zaheer probably wouldnt all the new airbenders.

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    • Avatar Silver wrote:
      Thinklogic wrote:
      Avatar Silver wrote:
      Also, I stongly believe Zaheer was bluffing about wiping out the new air nomads. Maybe he'd kill 1/3 or maybe even half of them, but the way he stands, i really dont think he'd kill them all (unless he was positive he and P'li could make an airbender baby.
      Uh... P'li was willing to fire combustion directly at Kai and Tenzin

      You know characters can die from that right

      Yeah I know, and like I said maybe he'd kill 1/3 or even half of them, but Zaheer probably wouldnt all the new airbenders.

      He can and will kill all of them if needed. There are still air benders out there (who didn't come with Tenzin). But, I doubt they'll all die, as they're just leverage, to get Korra. It's obvious Korra is going there (but if she chose not to, well I guess you can say good bye to the new Air Nation).  

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    • Zaheer is simply an lethal Antagonist

      He will willingly kill ANYONE for the Avatar, he'd probably even kill P'li


      Personally, Id like it if Tenzin DID NOT rebuild the Air Nation. The Air nomads were all about "we're so free to do anything we want" yet they had more restrictions than other cultures (become vegetarian, you cant own possessions, you best friend has to be an bison, you have to live seperate from the other gender). If Air Benders were to truly be "free" they should be allowed to continue living the way they do now not ripped off their families and crammed in an temple

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    • Thinklogic wrote:
      Zaheer is simply an lethal Antagonist

      He will willingly kill ANYONE for the Avatar, he'd probably even kill P'li


      Personally, Id like it if Tenzin DID NOT rebuild the Air Nation. The Air nomads were all about "we're so free to do anything we want" yet they had more restrictions than other cultures (become vegetarian, you cant own possessions, you best friend has to be an bison, you have to live seperate from the other gender). If Air Benders were to truly be "free" they should be allowed to continue living the way they do now not ripped off their families and crammed in an temple

      They inherited those customs from their ancestors and they accepted them. So, I wouldn't completely say so.

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    • In "Rebirth of an Nation" Tenzin claims these customs are all the Air Nation is about which people reject. It doesnt seem to have changed

      Everytime I find an advanced reviewer posting about the finale they claim its the best thing they've ever seen but cried most of the time. Im highly predicting some major characters are going to die, likely Opal and Kai

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    • Opal and Kai weren't created to be killed they were created to be love interests for Jinora and Bolin. and if Toph returns I hope she refers to herself as the "melon lord".

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    • Avatar thoyrn wrote:
      Opal and Kai weren't created to be killed they were created to be love interests for Jinora and Bolin. and if Toph returns I hope she refers to herself as the "melon lord".

      The only way for the finale to be as emotional as reviewers and voice actors say would to kill them off, and have Bolin and Jinora react to that

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    • I am okay with Tenzin dying but NOT TOPH!!!!!

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    • The nature of my work has involved many journeys into the spirit world. According to tradition I have always left my physical body guarded by a close friend in the Order. This ancient tradition - spiritual journeyer paired with physical observer - is as old as the age of the Avatar. It is ostensibly to ensure my body’s physical safety. The true purpose of the practice is to guard against a much more sinister threat. While my spirit is on its journey, an ambitious spirit may seek habitation within my body.

      A rogue spirit moves through unwilling flesh like venom. Ancient records show that victims of possession exhibit signs of delirium when they awaken, as the foreign spirit attempts to assert control over the body. My guardian in the physical world watches for these signs. In the event of my possession, I must be prevented from deceiving my fellows within the Order, or all we are working for might be lost. My physical body must be destroyed. It is critical, therefore, that my guardians be chosen such that they know me personally, yet would have no compunctions against ending me for the greater good. Only the most fanatical members of the Order are entrusted with such a task. A young acolyte from the north with an interest in airbender philosophy is proving to be a promising candidate.

      —The Journals of Xai Bau 

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    • so Zaheer was an air acolyte!!!

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    • AvatarReiko wrote:
      The nature of my work has involved many journeys into the spirit world. According to tradition I have always left my physical body guarded by a close friend in the Order. This ancient tradition - spiritual journeyer paired with physical observer - is as old as the age of the Avatar. It is ostensibly to ensure my body’s physical safety. The true purpose of the practice is to guard against a much more sinister threat. While my spirit is on its journey, an ambitious spirit may seek habitation within my body.

      A rogue spirit moves through unwilling flesh like venom. Ancient records show that victims of possession exhibit signs of delirium when they awaken, as the foreign spirit attempts to assert control over the body. My guardian in the physical world watches for these signs. In the event of my possession, I must be prevented from deceiving my fellows within the Order, or all we are working for might be lost. My physical body must be destroyed. It is critical, therefore, that my guardians be chosen such that they know me personally, yet would have no compunctions against ending me for the greater good. Only the most fanatical members of the Order are entrusted with such a task. A young acolyte from the north with an interest in airbender philosophy is proving to be a promising candidate.

      —The Journals of Xai Bau 

      This was from Zaheerforthepeople, and knowing that he was right once, it's safe to assume this is a spoiler. Please remove it.

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    • I honestly think it should stay because this makes Xai Bau more interesting.

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    • yup, right now, we bearly know anything about Xai Bau accept that he broke from the white lotus and created the red lotus

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    • Avatar thoyrn wrote:
      I honestly think it should stay because this makes Xai Bau more interesting.

      It's still a spoiler and has no place on the wikia until the episode airs.

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    • Fancy Waterbender wrote:
      Avatar thoyrn wrote:
      I honestly think it should stay because this makes Xai Bau more interesting.
      It's still a spoiler and has no place on the wikia until the episode airs.

      I do think that AvatarReiko should remove his comment and wait until the episode airs

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    • well he can do what he wants with his comment he put it there not us.

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    • Avatar thoyrn wrote:
      Opal and Kai weren't created to be killed they were created to be love interests for Jinora and Bolin. and if Toph returns I hope she refers to herself as the "melon lord".

      That would be amazing

      • Zaheer is carrying a paralyzed Korra" 

      "Finally, we've got the Avatar" Zaheer says with a smirk

      • Boulders hit and knock out Ghazan and Ming Hua but Zaheer dodges, dropping the Avatar* 
      • A circle of rocks surrounds P'li's forehead making her unable to combustion bend* 

      "What, who, who are you?" Zaheer says fearfully.

      "I am justice, I am the night, I am, THE MELON LORD."

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    • Toph left Zao Fu to seek "enlightment", what if Toph did die but reincarnates and returns as an Badger Mole?

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    • Well, Toph isn't dead yet but I hope she doesn't die.

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    • Merge Vaatu and Raava, causing Korra to develop a split personality where she is the hero AND the villain of book 4.

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    • QuasimodoBellringer wrote:
      Merge Vaatu and Raava, causing Korra to develop a split personality where she is the hero AND the villain of book 4.

      Didnt Zaheer say end of the Avatar not make an split one

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    • Thinklogic wrote:
      QuasimodoBellringer wrote:
      Merge Vaatu and Raava, causing Korra to develop a split personality where she is the hero AND the villain of book 4.
      Didnt Zaheer say end of the Avatar not make an split one

      I see it as him wanting to end the old 'version' of the Avatar, and a more balanced one would take the place. Not good. Not Evil. A Neutral one. One who does actions of both. Plus it would be awesome to have Korra have the powers of Raava and Vaatu.

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    • book 3 finale is tomorrow!!! can't wait for tomorrow!!!

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    • Teddybearlover wrote:
      book 3 finale is tomorrow!!! can't wait for tomorrow!!!

      uhmm..You might be in different timezone as well. In Asia, the finale might be on "OUR" Saturday (that's their friday).

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    • AvatarJPT wrote:
      Teddybearlover wrote:
      book 3 finale is tomorrow!!! can't wait for tomorrow!!!
      uhmm..You might be in different timezone as well. In Asia, the finale might be on "OUR" Saturday (that's their friday).

      In Europe, it happens hours before the midnight.

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    • CAJH wrote:

      AvatarJPT wrote:
      Teddybearlover wrote:
      book 3 finale is tomorrow!!! can't wait for tomorrow!!!
      uhmm..You might be in different timezone as well. In Asia, the finale might be on "OUR" Saturday (that's their friday).

      In Europe, it happens hours before the midnight.

      I'm in USA.

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    • it's funny that we don't know what's going to happened in the book 3 finale.

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    • S25

      Ikr :) I love and hate the wait sometimes. At the end of season 2, i was so thinking they couldn't top the finale, but the entire season has been really good so far

      In the UK, it's on between 5-6pm on friday tomorrow :)

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    • So if that letter from Xai Bau is a legitimate hint, here are reasonable speculations.

      Zaheer killed of Xai Bau. I'm assuming there was some selfishness involved, something along the lines of Darth Plagueis and Darth Sidious in the Star Wars universe. The disciple thought the master has outlived his usefulness.

      Zaheer will attempt to take possession of Korra's body. This would give him a great deal of power if he would get the ability to bend the other 3 elements. Also, it was said the most important battle against Red Lotus won't be a bending one. It will probably be the battle for Korra's body. Korra said she'll surrender to the Red Lotus anyways, all they have to do is send her to the spirit world and then it her vs Zaheer.

      I don't know, I might be wrong about this, but I'm just so excited about the finale and I can't wait for it to be released! >.<

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    • Heded All Rights Reserved wrote:
      So if that letter from Xai Bau is a legitimate hint, here are reasonable speculations.

      Zaheer killed of Xai Bau. I'm assuming there was some selfishness involved, something along the lines of Darth Plagueis and Darth Sidious in the Star Wars universe. The disciple thought the master has outlived his usefulness.

      Zaheer will attempt to take possession of Korra's body. This would give him a great deal of power if he would get the ability to bend the other 3 elements. Also, it was said the most important battle against Red Lotus won't be a bending one. It will probably be the battle for Korra's body. Korra said she'll surrender to the Red Lotus anyways, all they have to do is send her to the spirit world and then it her vs Zaheer.

      I don't know, I might be wrong about this, but I'm just so excited about the finale and I can't wait for it to be released! >.<

      nice

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    • Darkestknight2314 wrote:
      I'm still waiting to see what Varrick and Zhu-Li have been up to for all these episodes. Those two, Kai, and Opal were all either introduced or reintroduced for a reason this season so I'm still wondering what they might add to these final 2 episodes.

      I also still wonder when Korra is going to resolve the spirit vine problem back in Rebublic City. That issue has been untouched this entire book.

      How can she resolve it in Republic CIty when Raiko kicks her out of RC? Korra probably could'nt care anymore, but probably will start doing so after Raiko decided to welcome her back..

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    • Heded All Rights Reserved wrote:
      So if that letter from Xai Bau is a legitimate hint, here are reasonable speculations.

      Zaheer killed of Xai Bau. I'm assuming there was some selfishness involved, something along the lines of Darth Plagueis and Darth Sidious in the Star Wars universe. The disciple thought the master has outlived his usefulness.

      Zaheer will attempt to take possession of Korra's body. This would give him a great deal of power if he would get the ability to bend the other 3 elements. Also, it was said the most important battle against Red Lotus won't be a bending one. It will probably be the battle for Korra's body. Korra said she'll surrender to the Red Lotus anyways, all they have to do is send her to the spirit world and then it her vs Zaheer.

      I don't know, I might be wrong about this, but I'm just so excited about the finale and I can't wait for it to be released! >.<

      Well, the last episode is called enter the void, so Korra will enter the void and Zaheer might posses Korra's Body

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    • UltimateFirebender wrote:
      Heded All Rights Reserved wrote:
      So if that letter from Xai Bau is a legitimate hint, here are reasonable speculations.

      Zaheer killed of Xai Bau. I'm assuming there was some selfishness involved, something along the lines of Darth Plagueis and Darth Sidious in the Star Wars universe. The disciple thought the master has outlived his usefulness.

      Zaheer will attempt to take possession of Korra's body. This would give him a great deal of power if he would get the ability to bend the other 3 elements. Also, it was said the most important battle against Red Lotus won't be a bending one. It will probably be the battle for Korra's body. Korra said she'll surrender to the Red Lotus anyways, all they have to do is send her to the spirit world and then it her vs Zaheer.

      I don't know, I might be wrong about this, but I'm just so excited about the finale and I can't wait for it to be released! >.<

      Well, the last episode is called enter the void, so Korra will enter the void and Zaheer might posses Korra's Body

      correction but the first episode of the two part finale is enter the void, the last one is called the venum of the red loutus. sorry if i misspell.

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    • the question is.... wat cud the title enter the void signify? it could not mean literally guys... they cuz have intended it in a metaphorical/figurative way

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    • The questions with possessing Korra however...

      Why would Zaheer need to take her else where alive? Why didnt he just possess her while she sleeps rather than taking her out of Zao Fu? It would be easier as Zaheers spirit wouldnt be visible to others in Zao Fu compared to his physical body

      Zaheer says once he got Air Bending he knew it was his destiny to destroy the old world. If he went destroying everything in the form of Korra it would conflict with what he said to the Earth Queen. "She wont be bothering you again"

      Also didnt Zaheer say it was the end of the Avatar? What... will he possess her, enter the Avatar state, then commit suiside?

      And lastly, Raava is merged with Korras spirit, reincarnated into hundreds of forms since Wans time. Raava holds the Avatars abilities and replacing Raava/Korras merged spirit with Zaheers wouldnt give Zaheer the Avatars abilities.

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    • I looked at the season finale titles and I searched up enter the void and it turns out its a way of meditating. It said that the void is a vast and formless place like deep space. Entering the depth and silence of the void will help you let go of your former identity, creating a blank slate of no though in which deeper inspiration may come from. Thats basically what Guru Leghima said. He said "Let go your earthly tether" which is let go of your former identity. "Enter the void." which is a person entering the void with no thoughts and total darkness, "Empty and become wind." which is creating a blank slate. What do you guys think of this????

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    • If Mako and Bolin heads at the NAT, why do they have to go back at the Crystal Catacombs?? 

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    • AvatarJPT wrote:
      If Mako and Bolin heads at the NAT, why do they have to go back at the Crystal Catacombs?? 

      I don't think the Crystal Catacombs are the only cavelike area in the Avatarverse. Maybe it's a secret passageway underneath the Northern Air Temple.

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    • Like where the inventor and Sokka went Maybye, isn't it funny that because the inventor at the air temple created the war balloon it not only inavertanly helped the fire nation in the war but also allowed for Zaheer to infiltrate the northern air temple.

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    • we just have to wait, only 12 hours remaining

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    • only around 8 hours now if I'm correct. I don't live in the US, so my time conversion skills may not be accurate

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    • The finale episodes "Enter the Void" and "Venom of the Red Lotus" are available to purchase on Amazon here. I recommend you avoid Twitter and Tumblr because there are spoilers.

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    • Oh god I feel sick.... the wait is awful... 

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    • You can already find the final 2 episodes on some sites, just Google it up.

      Waiting for Nick to upload the episodes is not an option to me, because they have some country restrictions or something, so I usually look it up before the episodes should even land.

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    • Heded All Rights Reserved wrote:
      You can already find the final 2 episodes on some sites, just Google it up.

      Waiting for Nick to upload the episodes is not an option to me, because they have some country restrictions or something, so I usually look it up before the episodes should even land.

      Yeah, I really dunno why they wanna lock out non-American viewers.

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    • Supermensch wrote:
      Heded All Rights Reserved wrote:
      You can already find the final 2 episodes on some sites, just Google it up.

      Waiting for Nick to upload the episodes is not an option to me, because they have some country restrictions or something, so I usually look it up before the episodes should even land.

      Yeah, I really dunno why they wanna lock out non-American viewers.

      It's the most frustrationg thing ever... I got sick of waiting and just went for it which isn't the way it should be! I mean I'll never get to see new episodes of LOK on UK television ever again now season 2 has just finished airing. It sucks big time.. 

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    • S25

      SPOILER:


      Korra's Hair went down :)

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    • S25 wrote:
      SPOILER:


      Korra's Hair went down :)

      Lol. I actually wanted to write that in an edit of my post right after I posted it, but figured some people might want to see it for themselves first. :P

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    • The idea of weightlessness could have been more spiritual like Zaheer should have actually detached himself from the earth and taken with her to the cosmic plain instead he could just fly. Wait when aang battled against ozai he achieved flight with no air scooter or jet propulsion so does that mean a past avatar unlocked this ability too so that aang could use it the avatar state against Ozai.

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    • the fight was like awesome but to be honest I thought it would be like better.

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    • Thebridge14 wrote:
      The idea of weightlessness could have been more spiritual like Zaheer should have actually detached himself from the earth and taken with her to the cosmic plain instead he could just fly. Wait when aang battled against ozai he achieved flight with no air scooter or jet propulsion so does that mean a past avatar unlocked this ability too so that aang could use it the avatar state against Ozai. 

      no aang was in a an airsphere which always appeares in the avatar state during his battle with ozai.

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    • Oh yeah but in the cross roads of destiny he just floats up when he goes into the avatar state so that could be it

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    • The Avatar might have some sort of levitation power, though probably not the capability of versatile flight as Zaheer showcased. The Avatar's ability to levitate in the Avatar state probably comes from either the sheer power that is (sometimes) unleashed in this state, or from Raava being a spirit with the ability to float.

      On the other hand, 'becoming untethered' seems to involve unlocking the thought chakra, so perhaps the process of unlocking all chakras automatically gives the Avatar the ability to fly. Though if this were the case, the Avatar state wouldn't be required for the Avatar to fly.

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    • Thebridge14 wrote:
      Oh yeah but in the cross roads of destiny he just floats up when he goes into the avatar state so that could be it

      The Guru says controlling the Avatar state requires letting go of everything, which would include earth. Perhaps thats how he flew

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    • The ending was terrible in my opinion 

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    • UltimateFirebender wrote:
      The ending was terrible in my opinion 

      I imagined the audience shouting "BALD! BALD BALD! MY EYES!" at Jinora

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    • I mean the last episode "Venom of the Red Lotus" was terrible.  **SPOLIER** Zaheer goal was to kill Korra while she's in the avatar state with metal posion. Zaheer's goal was way to simple. 

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    • Best ending in the franchise. I hate Jinora (which is odd, as the smartest character is usually my favorite) and even I liked the scene with her getting her tatoos. Korra has not fully recovered, just like anyone would after a fight like that. Zaheer found some Pixie Dust.

      Best episodes in the franchise. (Long Live the Queen, The Ultimatum, Enter the Void, Venom of the Red Lotus) I can't belive something beat the halariousness that is Ember Island Players

      Best villains in the franchise. These villains were all amazing! And have a goal that is not fully evil!

      Best season in the franchise. Fantstic characters, fantasic story fantastic villains, just everything!

      Plus the biggest WTF moment in the franchise (Amon, Unaloq, and Vatuu sceen. That was creepy....but in a good way!)

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    • Thinklogic wrote:
      UltimateFirebender wrote:
      The ending was terrible in my opinion 
      I imagined the audience shouting "BALD! BALD BALD! MY EYES!" at Jinora

      It's amazing how much she looks like 12-year old Aang from ATLA with her tattoos and without her hair.

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    • UltimateFirebender wrote:
      I mean the last episode "Venom of the Red Lotus" was terrible.  **SPOLIER** Zaheer goal was to kill Korra while she's in the avatar state with metal posion. Zaheer's goal was way to simple. 

      Killing Korra in the Avatar State....how else to you plan to get rid of the Avatar. They don't really have anyway to speed up Vaatu's revival so he can destroy Raava again. He needed the Avatar gone to be able to spread the anarchy without her interferance. Plus if he killed her outside of the Avatar state she would just be reborn, and there is a chance the next Avatar would be able to undo all his work.

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    • I agree that this season was the best but Zaheer's goal was just way, way to simple. Zaheer wanted to end the avatar cycle forever. In the episode "Enter the Void" I found out what enter the void means and I thought that the season finale would be more spiritual instead of fighting, fighting, fighting. FYI, enter the void is a form of meditation

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    • UltimateFirebender wrote:
      I agree that this season was the best but Zaheer's goal was just way, way to simple. Zaheer wanted to end the avatar cycle forever. In the episode "Enter the Void" I found out what enter the void means and I thought that the season finale would be more spiritual instead of fighting, fighting, fighting. FYI, enter the void is a form of meditation

      The reason he wanted to end the Avatar cycle is because he failed to get her to join him. With out her beliving in the way of balance that he is going for, the Avatar is the figure head of the opposite of what he considers balance. So he needs the Avatar gone for Disorder to rise. Plus that means Raava AND Vatuu would be dead. How would either return?

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    • i just feel so bad for korra. Like she has been through so much more than Aang has and it hasn't even been a year. If I was Korra I would probably be insane by now.

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    • Elementseeker wrote:
      i just feel so bad for korra. Like she has been through so much more than Aang has and it hasn't even been a year. If I was Korra I would probably be insane by now.

      And that is one of the reasons I like her better than Aang!

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    • QuasimodoBellringer wrote:
      Elementseeker wrote:
      i just feel so bad for korra. Like she has been through so much more than Aang has and it hasn't even been a year. If I was Korra I would probably be insane by now.
      And that is one of the reasons I like her better than Aang!

      HASHTAGTHELASTAIRBENDERFORLIFE 


      not the movie, it sucks

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    • Did anyone notice that Korra might have metalbended the platinum chains during her final battle with Zaheer?

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    • MarioMario543212 wrote:
      Did anyone notice that Korra might have metalbended the platinum chains during her final battle with Zaheer?

      Avatar state might explain it.

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    • UltimateFirebender wrote:
      QuasimodoBellringer wrote:
      Elementseeker wrote:
      i just feel so bad for korra. Like she has been through so much more than Aang has and it hasn't even been a year. If I was Korra I would probably be insane by now.
      And that is one of the reasons I like her better than Aang!
      HASHTAGTHELASTAIRBENDERFORLIFE 


      not the movie, it sucks

      And the movie is almost as insulting to Last Airbender as DiC and CWi's english dub is to Sailor Moon....almost! I love the original Japanese so much and can not wait for the new Viz Media dub to come out!

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    • It was sort of a happy ending what with Jinora getting her tattos, Tenzin announcing the purpuse of the new air nation, but Korra was in such bad shape! She was in a wheelchair and acting like an old geezer! 

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    • Korra2000 wrote:
      Not much actually but today I've read a few thingd about Book 4 a site had posted.

      "1. Zaheer and his crew return

      2. The Red Lotus ___________ the Avatar

      3. General Iroh returns

      4. Beifong

      5. True villain is revealed

      That is all"

      Idk what I should think about point 4.. But I like the fact that the plot with the Red Lotus carries onto Book 4.

      Do you have any thoughts? 

      The majority of Zaheer's group is dead, with only he himself still alive, albeit imprisoned.

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    • The way Kuvira was all introduced seemed weird to me. I'm thinking she was the red lotus member that poisoned Korra.

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    • Best book in the whole avatar universe.

      amazing bending and not the typically final episode avatar bending (I hope you know what i mean :) )

      great story and epic ending.

      But at the end when Jinora gets her tatoos there is someone missing. Katara. Why wasn't she there?

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    • There was even a two week time difference in the world too. Plus, Katara could have helped out with healing, so who knows? Maybe they just forgot?

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    • Something is definitely odd with Katara's absence from this season.

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    • There's a load of people that we rarely or never get to see, even though they should normally show up at some point. Zuko's daughter, Iroh II, Katara, Desna and Eska, any representatives from EK factions besides Su, where are they all? What about Korra's grandparents? Tonraq and Unalaq's father is assumably deceased, but what about the other 3? People in the Avatarverse can become remarkably old, so it'd be pretty odd if all of Korra's grandparents were dead.

      The thing is, it's not practical to have all characters show up that reasonably should show up, either because it would greatly complicate the plot or because there's no room to introduce the characters in the limited amount of episodes available. So instead of having a huge number of random cameos, only the characters relevant to the currently ongoing story make an appearance.

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    • Code1125 wrote:
      I have two theories:

      1. Vaatu will be released (unlikely theory): I believe that it is possible that Vaatu will be unleashed on the world because, when Zaheer broke out of prison, he told the White Lotus that the era of the Avatar would end. Also, the Red Lotus is known for wanting chaos and darkness. However, I don't see them going this way because of the creators' reluctance for repeating what they've done. For example, they originally wanted to make Ming-Hua a bloodbender but they decided against it because they did that storyline already.

      2. Tenzin dying: After all the foreshadowing and alluding that has been led up to this, I believe the finale will include Tenzin's death. A good reason for this is because of how poetic it will be. Tenzin was able to nurture a new legacy of airbenders, who can now pass on the trait for generations to come. He succeeded in doing this, something his father couldn't. Now, don't get me wrong, I don't want to see him go. I love Tenzin, as we all do! But I can definitely see it happen.

      Honorable Mention: Toph Coming Back With all the foreshadowing with her kids, I could definitely see this happening. Here's to hoping!

      lol, they were all wrong~

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    • I wouldn't call it better than book 2 or 3 of last Airbender but it's still very good, the only problem I have is when korra knocked Zaheer down it felt kind of rushed I was expecting something a little bigger plus when Lin trapped him in rocks shouldn't he have been able to escape because he can fly, also jinora should have kept her hair she looks weird without it.

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    • Thebridge14 wrote:
      I wouldn't call it better than book 2 or 3 of last Airbender but it's still very good, the only problem I have is when korra knocked Zaheer down it felt kind of rushed I was expecting something a little bigger plus when Lin trapped him in rocks shouldn't he have been able to escape because he can fly, also jinora should have kept her hair she looks weird without it.

      I just saw this in another blog site, this seems to be a pretty interesting observation though.


      "...each red lotus member was defeated in their element. Ming-Hua got electrocuted when she found a big source of water, Ghazan buried himself in lava, P'li combusted herself. And with Zaheer, not only was his defeat brought about with air, but also Korra acted as a literal and figurative tether for him. He let go of his earthly tether and entered the void, but he continued being obsessed with killing Korra, kinda making a new mental tether for himself, going back for her even when the tornado was sucking them in. He could have flown away if he hadn't insisted on getting Korra, and when he finally made the decision it was too late and Korra literally tethered him down."

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    • That's an interesting interpretation

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    • so true.

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    • Just me, or are there more people that missed Katara at Jinora her conoration??

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    • we didn't see Katara at all in book 3.

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    • I know, but It was her granddaughter's conoration as the first female airbender in many many years but still It was her granddaughter she could have been there even Zuko was there

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    • Code1125 wrote:
      I have two theories:

      1. Vaatu will be released (unlikely theory): I believe that it is possible that Vaatu will be unleashed on the world because, when Zaheer broke out of prison, he told the White Lotus that the era of the Avatar would end. Also, the Red Lotus is known for wanting chaos and darkness. However, I don't see them going this way because of the creators' reluctance for repeating what they've done. For example, they originally wanted to make Ming-Hua a bloodbender but they decided against it because they did that storyline already.

      2. Tenzin dying: After all the foreshadowing and alluding that has been led up to this, I believe the finale will include Tenzin's death. A good reason for this is because of how poetic it will be. Tenzin was able to nurture a new legacy of airbenders, who can now pass on the trait for generations to come. He succeeded in doing this, something his father couldn't. Now, don't get me wrong, I don't want to see him go. I love Tenzin, as we all do! But I can definitely see it happen.

      Honorable Mention: Toph Coming Back With all the foreshadowing with her kids, I could definitely see this happening. Here's to hoping!

      It's funny because none of that actually happened. Must be hard for Toph to return if she's dead.

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    • Damn it, I forgot that Toph is actually still alive. Never mind. She still didn't make an appearance in the season finale, though.

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    • I was quite saddened that Toph did not return.

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    • Avatar thoyrn wrote:
      I was quite saddened that Toph did not return.

      Hopefully we see her in Book 4. I will be extremely happy when she returns.

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    • when she dose return I hope she calls herself the "melon lord"

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    • Im surprised despite the concept of "Bloodbending, bending the water within an living organism" exists but not "fruitbending, bending the water within fruit".

      If I was an waterbender Id try to use the bloodbending concept on watermelons and once mastered, spread millions of watermelon seeds on an plot of land, grow an city made of melons on vines by bending the vines into buildings

      Can finally create the melon nation

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    • Toph can be their first melon lord.

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    • MarioMario543212 wrote:
      Korra2000 wrote:
      Not much actually but today I've read a few thingd about Book 4 a site had posted.

      "1. Zaheer and his crew return

      2. The Red Lotus ___________ the Avatar

      3. General Iroh returns

      4. Beifong

      5. True villain is revealed

      That is all"

      Idk what I should think about point 4.. But I like the fact that the plot with the Red Lotus carries onto Book 4.

      Do you have any thoughts?

      Does anyone have thoughts about what Book 4 will be called? I'm thinking: "Balance". But that's just my guess.

      It seems my guess was right.

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      Avatar Silver wrote

      That would be amazing

      • Zaheer is carrying a paralyzed Korra" 

      "Finally, we've got the Avatar" Zaheer says with a smirk

      • Boulders hit and knock out Ghazan and Ming Hua but Zaheer dodges, dropping the Avatar* 
      • A circle of rocks surrounds P'li's forehead making her unable to combustion bend* 

      "What, who, who are you?" Zaheer says fearfully.

      "I am justice, I am the night, I am, THE MELON LORD."

      This would have made for a far better finale (if that was possible) :)

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    • MarioMario543212 wrote:
      MarioMario543212 wrote:
      Korra2000 wrote:
      Not much actually but today I've read a few thingd about Book 4 a site had posted.

      "1. Zaheer and his crew return

      2. The Red Lotus ___________ the Avatar

      3. General Iroh returns

      4. Beifong

      5. True villain is revealed

      That is all"

      Idk what I should think about point 4.. But I like the fact that the plot with the Red Lotus carries onto Book 4.

      Do you have any thoughts?

      Does anyone have thoughts about what Book 4 will be called? I'm thinking: "Balance". But that's just my guess.
      It seems my guess was right.

      I'm sure about 90 % of the fandom thought of this lol.

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    • S25 wrote:
      Avatar Silver wrote

      That would be amazing

      • Zaheer is carrying a paralyzed Korra" 

      "Finally, we've got the Avatar" Zaheer says with a smirk

      • Boulders hit and knock out Ghazan and Ming Hua but Zaheer dodges, dropping the Avatar* 
      • A circle of rocks surrounds P'li's forehead making her unable to combustion bend* 

      "What, who, who are you?" Zaheer says fearfully.

      "I am justice, I am the night, I am, THE MELON LORD."

      This would have made for a far better finale (if that was possible) :)

      Even better:

      Toph: I am the terror that flaps in the night! I am the wrong number that wakes you at 3 A.M.! I am Melon Lord!

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    • S25
      QuasimodoBellringer wrote:
      S25 wrote:
      Avatar Silver wrote

      That would be amazing

      • Zaheer is carrying a paralyzed Korra" 

      "Finally, we've got the Avatar" Zaheer says with a smirk

      • Boulders hit and knock out Ghazan and Ming Hua but Zaheer dodges, dropping the Avatar* 
      • A circle of rocks surrounds P'li's forehead making her unable to combustion bend* 

      "What, who, who are you?" Zaheer says fearfully.

      "I am justice, I am the night, I am, THE MELON LORD."

      This would have made for a far better finale (if that was possible) :)
      Even better:

      Toph: I am the terror that flaps in the night! I am the wrong number that wakes you at 3 A.M.! I am Melon Lord!

      So true :) - i hate wrong numbers in the middle of the night!

      Imagine if we all got our hopes up for nothing and toph doesn't even appear? It would be the worst feeling in the world!

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    • You do realize this thread was created for speculation on the last episodes of book 3, not book 4. right?

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    • D9328 wrote:
      You do realize this thread was created for speculation on the last episodes of book 3, not book 4. right?

      Don't mean to be offensive, but surely people can say whatever they like on any thread. Sorry, I am just a firm believer in freedom of expression and comment.

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    • P'li COMBUSTS her self

      Ming Hua's WATER tentacles conduct electricity

      Ghazan (supposedly) dies due to falling LAVA

      Zaheer gets sucked in by a TORNADO

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    • Also zaheer gets re tethered back to the earth

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    • Ghazan committed suicide so his death was not supposed.

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    • Imwaykul wrote:
      P'li COMBUSTS her self

      Ming Hua's WATER tentacles conduct electricity

      Ghazan (supposedly) dies due to falling LAVA

      Zaheer gets sucked in by a TORNADO

      he can fly, that doesn't mean he isn't affected by actual strong currents.

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    • flight dose not make Zaheer untouchable

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