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Welcome to the very first issue of The White Lotus Sentinel, your centralized location for all the latest and greatest fan fiction news and reviews! Before we begin, I'd like to elaborate a little bit on the basic setup of the newsletter, so you, the readers, can get the most out of it. Let's begin with the columns.
At this stage, there are four different columns that may be included in any one issue, these are; the "Editorial", the column you're currently reading where I get to rant or express my views on the hot topics of the fanon portal. There's the "Latest releases", a list of the fanon chapter releases of the week, as well as information on the newest series to hit the portal. Third, the "What everyone's reading" column, will be my rev…Read more >
Welcome back! If this is your second User Awards, then congratulations, you've lasted another year on the wiki, so have your first award, a pat on the back. :) Last year the User Awards were a huge success, and so it only seemed natural to bring them back for their second year - though it definitely took some nudging from several users for it to start again. But we're here now.
I'd like to start off by thanking my two new co-hosts, Lady Lostris and Dcasawang, who have both put in an enormous amount of effort to bring the awards back, and for that, I'm thankful. You'll notice a few changes to our categories this year, with some additions and some subtractions. However, there were some awards I suggested that didn't make it through. Apparentl…Read more >
Boy, have I been looking forward to this! The final battle between Korra and Amon! Heck, I've even put off studying for the exams I have this week to watch the finale, only to be incredibly disappointed, not to mention angry. Be warned, I'm about to rant extensively, so leave if it isn't your thing, or read, and comment below to tell me what you thought about the episode, and my opinions. Let's get started!
"Skeletons in the Closet"
General Iroh, grandson of the now-retired Fire Lord Zuko, joins in the war against the Equalists. Meanwhile, Team Avatar is lying low in an alley where benders and non-benders seem to coexist harmoniously, and Mako and Korra go undercover as the war intensifies.
The long-awaited duel between Amon and Korr…
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My initial reaction to this episode was "bugger, I hope my tears don't screw up my computer keyboard," because honestly, it was heartbreaking. And although for the most part I really enjoyed the episode, there are some gripes I've been holding from the past few episodes that has really bugged me. Let's get started!
"Turning the Tides"
Korra works to recover from her time spent imprisoned by Tarrlok, but when she is interrupted by an Equalist attack on Republic City, she is forced to take action against the revolutionary group and their mysterious leader, Amon. Meanwhile, Pema goes into labor as the city is overrun by Equalist forces, Tenzin's family escapes on Oogi as Amon takes away Lin's bending. Team Avatar also goes into hiding. Towards …
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This is something I've been planning to do ever since watching the two-episode internet premiere, and since it's finally aired on Nickelodeon, this is my last chance to do so before "The Revelation" airs this weekend. I plan to review each episode of The Legend of Korra after it airs, so stay tuned to my blog to see what I think about each episode, and comment below to tell me what you thought about the episode, and my opinions. Let's get started!
"Welcome to Republic City"
Korra leaves the safety of her home and travels to bustling Republic City to begin her airbending training. Once there, she is shocked to find a big city full of corruption and dangers, including criminal bending gangs and a vocal anti-bending revolution.
"A Leaf in the Wind…
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