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  • They wouldn't need to change anything to the story which we were already given but add more depth than simple. i think they should combine book 1 and 2 as 1 season but with more episodes. I don't really care what animated company bryke decides to work with. BUT before all this is possible {In short nick just gives bryke back their "rights" to the show . the end.} what i want to know is what'll happen if bryke decide to REDO the show in a more DYNAMIC way. Then the show does SO GOOD that bryke goes to work on season 3 & 4 but again combine those too. then if it's good then bryke can animate the tlok comics or somehow turn the comics into an animated MOVIE! sounds like a good path for bryke if you ask me! What parts would the nick version of tlok lacked and needs improvement. the thought of it are endless?!

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    • I would make the seasons longer so that more details could be added, do away with the love triangles, have Korra not go  through trauma every single season or cut her hair, have a few more flashbacks, and swap the plots of books 3 and 4 with that of Book 2. This way, Korra fights the Red Lotus and Kuvira before Vaatu.

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    • Make the seasons longer, develop some characters more, have Korrasami happen from the start of the show. Have some more characters from ATLA show up even if in flashbacks like Suki, Azula and Mai for example.

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    • The show is really as fine as it is, but if I had the power to change some aspects, I would only do two things:

      1. Longer seasons
      2. Character spotlight (Leave the one Korra has, and give more to the Krew and Tenzin)

      Now, leaving the story just as it is, and having in mind the two aspects to fix I just said, I would add more small storylines or expand more aspects and details that, from my humble opinion, would be nice to see: (NOTE: not in chronological order)

      1. More Sukka: Reveal at some point what happened with Sokka and with Suki, not forcing the plot to make them appear but mentioning them at least, for example:
        1. Sokka: More of what he did to save Korra from the Red Lotus when she was five.
        2. Suki: When Korra was wandering around the world, make her go through Kyoshi Island, and show a statue of Suki on her honor, at least mention her. (We get a plus with the Kyoshi warriors and Ty Lee's fate).
        3. Both: Make Kya or Bumi talk about their uncle and/or their possible cousins (which, I'm 100% sure one would be named Yue).
      2. Red Lotus Origin: One of the most requested, I think I said enough.
      3. More Airbending Training: I feel that the airbending training itself wasn't shown enough, and I get that as one of the biggest complaints of the fans from Book One: Air.
      4. Better Mako Characterization: I have to say, despite all the hate he gets, Mako is still one of my favorite characters (I understand why does he get the hate), precisely because of that, I propose to fix his character by giving him more screen time, plus showing more of his good side and how does he grow to be a better person. (Before you ask me, I like Mako because I relate to him in various levels, except the doucheness to other girls).
      5. More Kuvira backstory: I know why Kuvira gets all the hate, but precisely because of that, I think that her past is something to dig into; why did she became like that? Why is she a fascist? Why can't she be any other way? It could help fix her character as well.
      6. More Fire Nation: In Book Two, Korra went to the Fire Nation and she lost her memory, remember? We could be shown a bit more, like, a glimpse of Zuko or Izumi, even her unnamed daughter.
      7. The second Avatar: I would like to see how the Avatar Cycle was stablished with the second Avatar, and learn a bit about him/her (I would like a "she") although we've already seen two different Air Avatars (Aang and Yangchen) I would like to see another storyline in Wan's time, it could be a "Beginnings: Part 3" or something like that.
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    • I really love the show but if I had to then...

      1. Longer seasons

      2. More FN/Izumi

      3. Red Lotus backstory

      4. 2/3 good filler episodes(not rememberances lol)

      5. Dive deeper into the disparity between benders and nonbenders

      6. Korra should talk to the past Avatars more before losing her connection

      7. Explain what harmonic convergence is(instead of having the diehard fans have to read about it on the wiki)(also explain what jinora did in Korra Vs. Unavatu)

      8. Explore the world more instead of spending multiple episodes in Republic City. 

      9. Also have a longer redemption arc of Bumi guilting himself for not being an airbender.

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    • Kimathite wrote:
      I really love the show but if I had to then...

      1. Longer seasons

      What everyone is saying, with probably 20-21 episodes

      Kimathite wrote:
      2. More FN/Izumi

      Like I said, a probable foreshadow in Book Two's Fire Nation bit. More material for Book Two.

      Kimathite wrote:
      3. Red Lotus backstory

      Another thing everybody is asking for. More Material for Book Three.

      Kimathite wrote:
      4. 2/3 good filler episodes(not rememberances lol)

      While I agree that remebrances is a plain ol' filler episode and it doesn't give anything, as a recap episode it's not really that bad. Maybe if they properly animated Bolin's face on Korra's titan body (or much better, directly animate Bolin as a giant) it could be better. I said before that I wouldn't change anything, just add things, and "Remembrances" is an episode to reanimate, but I don't think (from my personal perspective) it's necessary to skip.

      Kimathite wrote:
      5. Dive deeper into the disparity between benders and nonbenders

      More material for Book One.

      Kimathite wrote:
      6. Korra should talk to the past Avatars more before losing her connection

      More material for Book Two.

      Kimathite wrote:
      7. Explain what harmonic convergence is(instead of having the diehard fans have to read about it on the wiki)(also explain what jinora did in Korra Vs. Unavatu)

      I think Harmonic Convergence was explained enough: the Spiritual Energy flowing through the aligned planets. And yes, a bonus scene in the finale.

      Kimathite wrote:
      8. Explore the world more instead of spending multiple episodes in Republic City. 

      I don't think that much can be done. While I agree, and would like to see more of the world, we can't change the plot and force the characters to go out of the situations they're in most of the story. But I agree we could be shown more Fire Nation and Northern Water Tribe in Book Two, like, how is everything going in the northern portal, or in Book Four we could have a glimpse of the other Air Temples with the New Airbenders.

      Kimathite wrote:
      9. Also have a longer redemption arc of Bumi guilting himself for not being an airbender.

      I don't think that much is really needed, that could be material for a flashback episode in Book Three, once Bumi discovers he's an Air bender and remebers his childhood with his father Aang.

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    • Currently writing a story in the same setting, & I can confirm that it's a pain in the ass to get outside of Republic City even though, much as I like it, I think I've done about all I can there & need to move on to greener pastures.

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    • If the seasons were longer (16-20 episodes), that alone would give them more to work with; at very least, we'd have gotten the "Battle of 158" and some more backstory on the bros.  Also, a Y-14 rating would let them get away with more re: Korra and Asami (although I maintain that they did start 'shipteasing them halfway through the series, and that half of the series worth of 'shiptease was enough to justify pairing them).

      Also: I'd like to know what happened to some characters from A:TLA who never resurfaced in LoK.

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    • Also: I'd like to know what happened to some characters from A:TLA who never resurfaced in LoK.

      • cough cough* Sokka *cough cough* Suki *cough* Azula
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    • The battle of what?

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    • Neo Bahamut wrote:
      The battle of what?

      That one flashback to 158 AG that got cut from "In Harm's Way," with the jerkbenders trying to abduct baby!Korra.  I'd also like to see the other scene that was cut from that episode (Asami and Lin stealing an airship).

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    • Ooooh. I did a cameo of that once, if you don't mind my self-plug.

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    • Deist Zealot wrote:
      Neo Bahamut wrote:
      The battle of what?
      That one flashback to 158 AG that got cut from "In Harm's Way," with the jerkbenders trying to abduct baby!Korra.  I'd also like to see the other scene that was cut from that episode (Asami and Lin stealing an airship).

      What I said.

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    • Season 2 should have been a Korra finding spirituality and getting her bending back arc yadda yadda.

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    • No love triangle bs. Shipping is the desroyer of quality. Keep Bolin the way he was in season 1 instead of turning him into constant comic relief. Make Korra personality the way it was in 3.

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    • Make Korra personality the way it was in 3.

      Then there would be no character development.

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    • Kimathite wrote:

      Make Korra personality the way it was in 3.

      Then there would be no character development.

      There is hardly any character development in her outside of that season. She goes back to being aggressive, impulsive, and naive immediately after. Hell even in season 3 she was like that. But it was more spread out and not as annoying. 1 and 2, in particular, was trash. I remember dropping the series at season 2 until I saw the trailer for season 3.

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    • I would also tweak Wan's backstory and character a bit, make him somewhat more flawed and show him interacting with people like Oma and Shu, the early Sun warriors, tui and la, maybe a young wan shi tong? I would also vave Vaatu and Raava be more humanoid and make it Vaatu can do a lot more than turn spirits dark.

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    • Inton Raiha wrote:
      Season 2 should have been a Korra finding spirituality and getting her bending back arc yadda yadda.

      I said that no tweaking the actual story. Plus, how any other way would Korra recover her bending than the way she did in Book One?

      Ironbender wrote:
      No love triangle bs. Shipping is the desroyer of quality. Keep Bolin the way he was in season 1 instead of turning him into constant comic relief. Make Korra personality the way it was in 3.

      While I agree to certain extent, I disagree that you said in your latest reply that there's no character development in that season. Bolin matures, Asami learns more on how to run her business, Mako learns a bit from his mistakes with Korra and Asami, and Tenzin acknowledges himself to be different than Aang, starting to become different and not a shadow of him.

      Avatar Beta wrote:
      I would also tweak Wan's backstory and character a bit, make him somewhat more flawed and show him interacting with people like Oma and Shu, the early Sun warriors, tui and la, maybe a young wan shi tong? I would also vave Vaatu and Raava be more humanoid and make it Vaatu can do a lot more than turn spirits dark.

      I said before I would like to see a "Beginnings, Part 3", and again, I wouldn't change anything, just ADD. I don't think we need to see more Oma and Shu, maybe a mention but I don't think it's necessary to force the plot in that way.

      In short, and repeating myself again: I wouldn't change anything just add more.

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    • People who are not acknowledging that Korra had the second most growth in the entire franchise behind Zuko are just plain blind. 

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    • Inton Raiha wrote:
      People who are not acknowledging that Korra had the second most growth in the entire franchise behind Zuko are just plain blind. 

      I think Aang had a lot of growth as well, I think that even more than Korra, but that's for another debate. Either way, you're completely right.

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    • Inton Raiha wrote: People who are not acknowledging that Korra had the second most growth in the entire franchise behind Zuko are just plain blind. 

      She has a moment of clarity in a season then immediately falls back into her old ways the next season. That is not growth that is a endless circle. Case and point the comics where she wants to get angry and punch first. Her character progression has always been a major complaint about the series.

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    • AirMasterParker wrote: < While I agree to certain extent, I disagree that you said in your latest reply that there's no character development in that season. Bolin matures, Asami learns more on how to run her business, Mako learns a bit from his mistakes with Korra and Asami, and Tenzin acknowledges himself to be different than Aang, starting to become different and not a shadow of him.

      I never said their was no character progression. Makko and Asami show plenty of it. Bolin matures as far bending goes. Compared to hisbook 1 self he is actually a way more weaker character than what he satrted off as. Korra however no she seems to default every story arc after every lesson she learns. The comics is further proof of that. Mako seems like the one that has matured as the natural leader more so than her.

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    • Ironbender wrote:

      Inton Raiha wrote: People who are not acknowledging that Korra had the second most growth in the entire franchise behind Zuko are just plain blind. 

      She has a moment of clarity in a season then immediately falls back into her old ways the next season. That is not growth that is a endless circle. Case and point the comics where she wants to get angry and punch first. Her character progression has always been a major complaint about the series.

      Disagree.
      Korra's caharacter  developed well in the third and fourth season.
      (And in the second half of the second book, IMAO)

      In occasion of comics - I can agree.
      But this is their eternal problem - made OOC .
      In the ATLA comics, for example, Zuko returns to the aggressive character from the first book; The character of Aang contradicts himself from the third book (where he did not want to kill Ozai in any way.) In the comic, he agreed to kill Zuko, his friend)

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    • Ironbender wrote:

      Inton Raiha wrote: People who are not acknowledging that Korra had the second most growth in the entire franchise behind Zuko are just plain blind. 

      She has a moment of clarity in a season then immediately falls back into her old ways the next season. That is not growth that is a endless circle. Case and point the comics where she wants to get angry and punch first. Her character progression has always been a major complaint about the series.

      Well part of the reason why Korra reverted back to her old attitude early in Book 2 most likely was due to her familty being in danger when the Water Tribe Civil War happened, same happened in the comics when Asami who Korra loves is in danger.

      Whenever people we care about are in danger people lose it in anger. I should know, I lost it when I learned a nephew on mine was being tormented in school by bullies and ended up hitting the father of one of the bullies who made escuses for what his scumbag son was doing to my nephew who was 3 years younger than the bully.

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    • Sergio N wrote:
      Ironbender wrote:

      Inton Raiha wrote: People who are not acknowledging that Korra had the second most growth in the entire franchise behind Zuko are just plain blind. 

      She has a moment of clarity in a season then immediately falls back into her old ways the next season. That is not growth that is a endless circle. Case and point the comics where she wants to get angry and punch first. Her character progression has always been a major complaint about the series.
      Well part of the reason why Korra reverted back to her old attitude early in Book 2 most likely was due to her familty being in danger when the Water Tribe Civil War happened, same happened in the comics when Asami who Korra loves is in danger.

      Whenever people we care about are in danger people lose it in anger. I should know, I lost it when I learned a nephew on mine was being tormented in school by bullies and ended up hitting the father of one of the bullies who made escuses for what his scumbag son was doing to my nephew who was 3 years younger than the bully.

      While hitting is not the best response (one of Aang's biggest lessons), I agree with you in the fact that when it's about loved ones we tend to lose it, which makes me see Korra more human.

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    • AirMasterParker wrote:
      Sergio N wrote:
      Ironbender wrote:

      Inton Raiha wrote: People who are not acknowledging that Korra had the second most growth in the entire franchise behind Zuko are just plain blind. 

      She has a moment of clarity in a season then immediately falls back into her old ways the next season. That is not growth that is a endless circle. Case and point the comics where she wants to get angry and punch first. Her character progression has always been a major complaint about the series.
      Well part of the reason why Korra reverted back to her old attitude early in Book 2 most likely was due to her familty being in danger when the Water Tribe Civil War happened, same happened in the comics when Asami who Korra loves is in danger.

      Whenever people we care about are in danger people lose it in anger. I should know, I lost it when I learned a nephew on mine was being tormented in school by bullies and ended up hitting the father of one of the bullies who made escuses for what his scumbag son was doing to my nephew who was 3 years younger than the bully.

      While hitting is not the best response (one of Aang's biggest lessons), I agree with you in the fact that when it's about loved ones we tend to lose it, which makes me see Korra more human.

      Well hitting the bully's father made the bullying of my nephew stop overnight, so that worked.

      Exactly Korra's attitude in Book 2 and in th comics makes sense, as when people we love are in danger, emotions take over, most of all anger. As human beings are emotional.

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