honestly there is so much good art on tumblr god bless the artists on tumblr. i see so much stuff on here i just want to stare at forever thank u so much for drawing things you love and drawing for us.
Does Anyone Actually Want to Discuss the Plot/Character Growth......
…..and not just shipping now regarding The Legend of Korra? Seriously, I just wish the Korra discussions in general would go back to the actual plot and the characters’ accomplishments/growth rather than who ended up with who.
Title: lost things Word Count: 2,046 Summary: [Jinora thinks it’s a bit silly, but there are some traditions that have to be kept. | Jinora. Korra. Post-Book 3.]
A/N: This is another sort-of odd one, but I think I actually like it. (wow!) :o
be-the-peaf · Prompt 061 – serenity
Jinora’s skin stings to touch and her clothes reek with the deep smell of temple incense – but it’s been done. Her father beams with pride the entire night and anywhere she goes people are smiling and congratulating her.
She’s an Airbending Master now, and everyone is happy.
I haven’t posted much in the past month, but I felt this was something I needed to weigh in on. There’s been a lot of nasty vitriol on Tumblr since the ending aired. While I truly sympathize with all the people that feel left by the wayside, I’ve decided to write up my thoughts on the ending in an attempt to show the angry people of Tumblr a different point of view.
Before I begin, I’d like to summarize my mindset for this. The most important thing is that I don’t ship anyone in The Legend of Korra. That’s not to say I dislike shipping or romance, but I tend to focus much more on friendship. Having said that, I still liked the idea of Makorra at endgame; I just didn’t particularly care about it. Instead, my personal preference was to see Korra not ending up with anyone.
I didn’t even like Korrasami all that much, especially for the first two Books; it truly felt like people were shipping them just because Asami was the only other female protagonist near Korra’s age—a mindset I was determined to avoid—or because they hated Mako and his actions. To me, neither of these reasons were valid ones for envisioning Korrasami at endgame.