Hello all you little rascals. So, as some of you may know I broke my leg while boating last week. Sucks? Hell to the f*** yeah. Back on topic before I start rambling and wasting your time.
Seeing as I'll be a lazy little bastard for about a month and half, I have decided to start working/brainstorming for my very first fanon! *throws confetti and blows on party horn*
I've compiled most of my ideas for my little fetus of a fanon and would like to get some feedback from many of you in order to gain a general consensus on what I should and shouldn't change.
Also, I got the inspiration for this thanks to a certain users blog regarding coming up with your own fanon ideas. Unfortunately I can't remember the name of the blog author or the name…Read more >
You read that right folks.
All the Korra and movie related articles have had their comments sections disabled until the 23rd of July, so until then I'll leave this open to whomever wishes to unload their shipping or their shipping related comments. If you want to just discuss "The Legend of Korra" or it's predecessor go right ahead.
Now I don't know about you guys, but I have high hopes for the season finale on Saturday, and one thing I can say above all else......Mako and Korra's "moment" is absolutely going to be that awkward interruption scene that we always see happen in shows and movies.
Think of this your own shipping/off-topic page for the next month and 3 days....unofficially.
You may as well think the admins are doing this to the wi…
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Alright, alright boys and girls.
As most of you may know I am not a huge fan of crack theories or crack shipping. Well let this known as the day I became somewhat of a hypocrite.
Time for Hotman's far fetched crack theory. *trumpets blare*
In my opinion, I think that this whole Equalist Revolution is a cover play by Tarrlok who is using Amon (who is an ally of Tarrlok's) to draw attention away from himself and take control of the city from within the ranks of the council. Basically pulling a Palpatine-esque play on Republic City. You can't honestly say you don't see some resemblance between these two Tarrlok #1, and Tarrlok #2, Palpatine #1, and Palpatine #2. Within the next episode or two Amon decides that he no longer requires his partners…
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Okay kids, I've been lurking among the comments sections all over the wiki for the past couple days now, and I've come to the horrifying conclusion that many you don't truly know what a troll is, or how to identify one. D:
I've come to the conclusion that it is my responsibility to educate you on the science of identifying and dealing with this threat to community sanity on here.
You guys really need my crash-course troll seminar, you obviously don't know what a troll, or trolling for that matter is.
Now when I refer to trolls, I am referring to these trolls, and not these trolls, albeit they are similar.
Trolling: the art of deliberately, cleverly, and secretly pissing people off, usually via the internet, using dialogue. Trolling does not me…
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As many, if not all of you know, most of the character's pages on this wiki are given a quote said by, or in reference to that character in a way that is supposed to have some form of representation of that character's personality.
I got this wonderful little idea.....what if we had the same system of quotes, but for each episode of A:TLA and Korra, using one quote from each respective episode to give some sort of representation of that episode. One or two that I had in mind were for "Welcome to Republic City" and "The Aftermath".
1) "Welcome to Republic City"
Quote: What better than "Welcome to Republic City-Gommu"
2) "The Aftermath"
Quote: "It's easier to ask for forgiveness than permission- Asami"
So what do you guys think?
Yes? No? Possi…
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