That thing has no mouth and it's using technology for a weapon, though. Also, it's a robot, and not a giant Japanese man with no genitalia.I didn't really expect Kuvira's weapon to kill anyone anyway, although I feel really bad for Bataar Jr. being hurt. Kuvira's giant mecha thing gives me Attack on Titan vibes tbh.
Did Part 3 of the Rift come out yet?Finally got a chance to watch the episode, and DAMN. One of the best episodes of the series. Kuvira may just be my favorite Avatar villain.
As cliché as it was, Kuvira's betrayal was still pretty awesome.
As for the preview clip, I was hoping they would give us a longer one since we are getting two episodes, but whatevs. Thank you Asami for having some back up Hummingbird mecha suits! Can't wait to see them in action.
Still can't believe it will all be over in just six days. I'm going to miss this franchise. The comics are great, but not enough.
Really ? Have any sources ? I would like to see where you got that information!where Korra will win in an unexpected way, since the creators made really unusual comments about how her victory won't be tied to bending
That's a cool thought. Committing suicide would be rather interesting, in Kuvira's case, if the motive was well explained. Though after Tarrlok and Ghazan, it wouldn't be the most original idea for a villain to end its days...A thought just occurred to me, if this season is representing world war two and we have been told that the final showdown won't be a bending battle between Kuvira and Korra, could that possibly mean that Kuvira is going to commit suicide considering how world war 2 ended.
May not be the most original death but it does fit Kuvira's character to the best of what I understand. She is a perfectionist never accepting anything less that total success- in my opinion I don't think that she can handle a loss, or even face the consequences when she is finally defeated. I figure that she will either take her own life or end up going insane like Azula.That's a cool thought. Committing suicide would be rather interesting, in Kuvira's case, if the motive was well explained. Though after Tarrlok and Ghazan, it wouldn't be the most original idea for a villain to end its days...
The Legend of Beifong.Nickelodeon made a Korra finale promo called "The Beifong Family Tree".
Jesus, seeing all this Baefong epicness in one short clip is so good. Though I don't really know how this is supposed to promote the finale... And by this promo I assume we won't know who Su's father was (not that I expected something after Toph's last appearance).
He would have to make that lava pool ridiculously deep for it to accomplish all that much. And by the time he's done that... laser.why cant bolin just surprise kuvira and lavabend the ground around her and the mecha's feet destroying its movement...forcing kuvira to fight korra without the use of the mecha
Another nobody, I would wager (and hope).For how much Nickelodeon is teasing us with the Beifong family, I'm sure we're gonna find out Su's dad in the finale. Whomever that may be.
its lava he doesnt need to make it deep...eventually it will melt or sink and kuvira has to come out and korra will obviously save him or opal or any airbenderHe would have to make that lava pool ridiculously deep for it to accomplish all that much. And by the time he's done that... laser.