Lost on the Path of Life

English major, writer, reader, fangirl.

Anonymous asked: Apparently kuviera was voiced by Zelda Williams

Interesting… so maybe that was the reason they highlighted her character? I guess that could make sense. But that would have happened incredibly recently. Wow. Thanks for the info, anon!

Alrighty

Just a few things before I turn in for the night:

1)  If you don’t watch Legend of Korra and still dealt with the slew of posts I just reblogged, bless you. (And everything is tagged, so if you don’t want to see it, just block the tag.)

2) If you do watch Legend of Korra and want to talk about stuff, my ask is open. Because my sister is not caught up and AH so much stuff for discussion!

3) Tomorrow is probably gonna be mostly a Doctor Who day. I feel like I had a very similar weekend (LoK and DW) last year… odd. 

4) In all the chaos of today, I reached 150 followers! Yay! I feel like I should do something for you guys, but I’m not sure what, so if you have suggestions, also direct them to my ask. 

Otherwise, goodnight! Hope everyone has a great weekend!

onceanavatar:

“I’m not saying that the Avatar state doesn’t have incredible and helpful power but you have to understand for the people who love you, watching you be in that much rage and pain is really scary.”
Let’s talk about this moment for a second:
This is a man who loved his only daughter unconditionally throughout her life. He knew she was the Avatar when she was growing up, he knew the sacrifices she’d have to make for the world and he knew she is the most powerfulest bender there is and ever will be. But that doesn’t change the fact she’s still his baby girl.
This moment right now, he’s not holding the Avatar, he’s holding the little girl he’d loved for so many years. Can you imagine how painful that is for him? Tonraq will always be proud of his daughter for her accomplishments as the Avatar but that doesn’t make it any easier on him. Korra was dying in his arms and there was nothing he could do but hope she can stay strong just for a little while longer.
But she wasn’t Korra. She was in the Avatar state, possessed by Raava and the poison at the time. She was being taunted and abused by her enemies and her mind. Yet, Tonraq could see right through the glow in her eyes. Holding her, comforting her. And she looked right back at him. Not the Avatar, but her. Just Korra. And for a moment Tonraq thought he had his little girl back… but then she fell. She didn’t have the strength anymore. Look at the pain in his eyes.
It doesn’t matter how much power Korra has. It doesn’t matter how skilled she is in her bending. It doesn’t matter how old she gets. It doesn’t matter. To him, she’s still that little girl showing the White Lotus her bending abilities while shouting, “I’m the Avatar! You gotta deal with it!”
Yes, baby girl, you are the Avatar, but you are still my little girl.

onceanavatar:

“I’m not saying that the Avatar state doesn’t have incredible and helpful power but you have to understand for the people who love you, watching you be in that much rage and pain is really scary.”

Let’s talk about this moment for a second:

This is a man who loved his only daughter unconditionally throughout her life. He knew she was the Avatar when she was growing up, he knew the sacrifices she’d have to make for the world and he knew she is the most powerfulest bender there is and ever will be. But that doesn’t change the fact she’s still his baby girl.

This moment right now, he’s not holding the Avatar, he’s holding the little girl he’d loved for so many years. Can you imagine how painful that is for him? Tonraq will always be proud of his daughter for her accomplishments as the Avatar but that doesn’t make it any easier on him. Korra was dying in his arms and there was nothing he could do but hope she can stay strong just for a little while longer.

But she wasn’t Korra. She was in the Avatar state, possessed by Raava and the poison at the time. She was being taunted and abused by her enemies and her mind. Yet, Tonraq could see right through the glow in her eyes. Holding her, comforting her. And she looked right back at him. Not the Avatar, but her. Just Korra. And for a moment Tonraq thought he had his little girl back… but then she fell. She didn’t have the strength anymore. Look at the pain in his eyes.

It doesn’t matter how much power Korra has. It doesn’t matter how skilled she is in her bending. It doesn’t matter how old she gets. It doesn’t matter. To him, she’s still that little girl showing the White Lotus her bending abilities while shouting, “I’m the Avatar! You gotta deal with it!”

Yes, baby girl, you are the Avatar, but you are still my little girl.

(via ohmykorra)

Okay, so I have (another) question.

Most dangling questions got cleared up in the finale (other than the Katara thing, but whatevs), but I’m still left wondering… what was the Kuvira thing about? Like… they took a decent amount of screentime to introduce her in her interaction with Korra’s father. Did anyone else notice that she appeared to have been significant for reasons that I have yet to understand? Does anyone have an answer/ fan speculation for me? I’d love to hear theories. 

Thoughts?

brohana-means-family:

Hi sorry can we talk about this

This moment really struck a chord with me. That look is not a look of determination, not a look of “Hellz yeah I’m gonna do this!”

That is a look of desperation. Bolin didn’t think he could do it and knew he would die if he failed. He was ready to die.

Incredible…

You’re a lava bender!