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I like the fact we're getting a continuation, but from what I know so far, I don't find it particularly interesting. Someone trying to make a spirit portal into an amusement park? Too stupid to be interesting. I don't mind the Korrasami we're supposed to get, but only as far as it can exist without sucking all of the plot, as romantic plots tend to do, and without being contrived. So much of the romantic plots done in LoK felt forced for drama's sake. I also dislike the fact Bolin joined the police force. From day one, one of his defining characteristics was he felt overshadowed by Mako, so it feels out of character that he would jump into a situation like that. Let Bolin do his own thing. About North and South, a bit too table-setting to me, not enough actual stuff going down. And Katara is being annoying. Her complaining about northern architecture and the fact her village is now a proper city go directly against her being excited about such things before. It's like she has to have a contrary opinion about stuff, even if it's something she supported before. Omnibender - Talk - Contributions 17:29, October 23, 2016 (UTC)
- Yes. When Korra and Asami return from the Spirit World, someone will be there trying to make the area around the spirit portal into an amusement park. There's also something about the triads and the outskirts of Republic City, where the population was evacuated from during Kuvira's attack. About Bolin, I wish he remained having his own existence separate from Mako. His mover career with Varrick and his Earth Empire time under Kuvira allowed him to do stuff separate from him. Bolin working for the police sort of puts him under Mako's wing again, which to me is a character regression to him. The only thing right now that Bolin has is not even on his own, that being his relationship with Opal. Not specifically about architecture, but at the end of Book One and beginning of Book Two in AtLA, Pakku mentioning a group of northerners would go south to help rebuild got her excited about her tribe being restored. Her dislike of the current state of the southern tribe is nonsensical at best. It's like she expected it to be restored to how the tribe was when her mother was still alive, instead of getting even bigger. I fully expect Katara to see Malina and Hakoda together as a personal insult or betrayal to the memory of her mother. Sokka not so much, as being with Suki after having lost Yue is somewhat similar. Omnibender - Talk - Contributions 00:19, October 24, 2016 (UTC)
Isn't your expectation of Bonney's awakening affecting other people's ages already a thing (turning marines both old and young)? For the moment their scattered, but next arc will surely feature Kid, Killer, Drake, Apoo, Hawkins, Zoro and more of Law on Wano. --Sarutobii2 (talk) 18:35, October 23, 2016 (UTC)
- The Gorosei noted Marco was a contender to become Yonko, so seeing as Mihawk is supposedly above his power level, he would be a prime candidate if he was an active pirate with a crew. But considering he is known for being laid back/not willing to fight (as noted by Kizaru & Akainu), i would imagine those qualities would prevent him from seeking the title. --Sarutobii2 (talk) 03:38, October 25, 2016 (UTC)