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  1. Jude
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    They could make next book 2, 3 ,4 about Korra’s adventure in remastering the fire,water,earth elements. I think that was the original intention of the writers – where Tenzin/Amon do not perish/Aang guides but does not “grant” Korra her avatar abilities yet.
    I was disappointed because the finale’s last two minutes so quickly wrapped up the issues of Korra’s adventures and the future of the Republic City/United Nations.
    Note that this season’s book was Air. The next 3 books could be Fire, Water, Earth, where Korra goes on her adventure learning and remastering the rest of the elements. Maybe a new antagonist is needed, maybe not.

    I just do not want to see Avatar becoming another Hey Arnold from Nickelodeon. Fans were thoroughly disappointed by how Hey Arnold never really sought an ending to the series, it ended so abruptly and without a real compensation for its characters and story (eg. Helga’s confession to Arnold, Arnold’s reaction)

    Please. Avatar: Legend of Korra must continue!

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  2. coolman229
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    I do agree with the above poster. We were given a great finale, with (in my eyes) two major problems: Mako and Aang. I understand that the writers planned for one season of 12 episodes, but you could tell that they wanted to tell a bigger story, but compressed it to fit it in 12 episodes. Mako’s so called romance with Korra was disturbing on many levels, since a good deal of the time he’s chasing Korra he’s still dating Asami, and when she confronts him about Korra, he gets made and storms off. He never owned up to his actions. He never got flak from anyone except Asami. Asami and Bolin both suffered from Mokorra’s so called happy ending. It felt unnatural, and pissed me off that Mako became a karma Houdini.

    And Aang….can anyone say Lion Turtle? I must say that I was excited when Aang popped up. I thought this was going to be an uplifting part where Aang comforts her and tells her that she’s still the Avatar despite the fact that she only has Air now. Maybe hint that she could get them back, but she’d have to meditate more and get more in tune with her spiritual side, since SHE JUST opened up to it. But no, he immediately restores her bending and teaches her energybending. So everyone can be restored to the status quo. Then Mako pops up and everything’s better. The guy who cheated on his girlfriend so he could hit on Korra. Yeah. There was no dealing with Korra and everyone else’s loss. We got a deus ex machina that turned a potentially hopeful bittersweet ending to a cheap happy ending that didn’t want to show the cost of war. It was very disappointing.

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  3. Shobhit
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    Disappointed……..completely disappointed..I was so excited about the character AMON….He surpassed OZAI and every other antagonist of TLA in almost every field for the first 11 episodes…..and in 12th episode he is no better than THE COMBUSTION MAN……man big disappointment….if only they could have carried on with the AMON being a anti hero,being a true revolutionary……it would have been the best anime ever made……..i thought TLK will go on the path of V FOR VENDETTA….where there will be a conflict of philosophies..a grey character……and in the end nothing………he just another guy…he is just another YAKONE…..Now after watching finale what is the point of complete season…AMON is just a bloodbender…….and by the way why did he take is brother’s bending away??? He could have just told him the truth…he could have easily joined him…as he was running away from the city himself……….PURE BULLS**T….completely disappointed……..what do you guys think?????

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