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Legend of Korra - The Ultimate Evil... by yourparodies Legend of Korra - The Ultimate Evil... by yourparodies
Too late now, Vatu.... :lol:

DISCLAIMER: 
Legend of Korra (c) Nickelodeon
Just to be safe, these screenshots from Legend of Korra are from Legend of Korra drawn by the makers of Legend of Korra who also hold the rights for Legend of Korra.
This is a parody made for entertaining purposes ONLY.
I take no credit for the artwork.
It's only entertainment from fans for fans.
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:icon29princesspuppy:
Why does everyone hate mako????!!!!!!! What did he ever do wrong?
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:iconfangir05:
fangir05 Mar 9, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
Well, in this case he'd gotten back together with Asami and barely acknowledged said make-up or Asami herself when Korra planted one on him. In my case it's because he has a habit of being at least a tad emotionally manipulative.
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:iconmakorralove12:
Lol! I LOVE this, awesome job! :D <3
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:iconmonkeypawa:
hhahaha
Really good and funny.

they truly should have make him go after mako, seriously this love triangles have make the series almost unbearable.(too many hormones)

Luckily they are going to leave it alone on the next season. 
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:iconsousukeseg:
I agree that the love triangle is retarded, but to be honest Mako is pretty much the last likable human being in Korra s2, everybody seems to have contracted the stupid virus with a severe case of laziness, nobody is doing anything important and if they are they are doing it wrong... especially Korra(good lord that girl is a moron), I guess Bolin isn't too bad either but always was the comic relief and Tenzin but just that I feel bad for the way the poor way the guy was being treated by the ALMIGHTY AND WISE AVATAR...

Let's take the most awesome character from the last season for example: Lin Bei Fong

"*grumble grumble* cliche cop speak... *grumble grumble* you are insubordinate... *grumble grumble* who do you think you are coming into MY office... *grumble grumble* oh yeah I had a thing with Aangs son anybody remember that? cuz I'm reminding you that I still existed *grumble grumble grumble grumble*"
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:iconyourparodies:
Wasn't Lin like this all the time? It's not like she was kind, open-milnded or smart in the first season to begin with...
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:iconmakosharkman:
I wonder if Asami will get back with Mako after what he did.
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:iconsousukeseg:
hmmm... I never got that feeling from her...

First: She was not kind I'll give ya that, but considering her job and her past it's quite understandable why she regarded most strangers with a cold demeanor.

Second: Not open minded? wasn't she the only one in the force who actually supported the Avatar by the end of the season?

Third: Not smart? yeah she definitely wasn't a genius but she was intelligent enough to think on her toes and had common sense.

But now in S2 she had almost no screen time, and when she did it was to crack one joke and a reference to original show Avatar S3, and everything else is just a pale shadow of what she once was:
-her stern but kind hearted demeanor was replaced with a quick temper and overblown ego of being in charge (the Mako walking into her offece to present evidence comes to mind).
-her open mind and willingness to take risks for the sake of others regardless of personal consequences was replaced by a predefined notion that she was always right and spurns anyone elses opinion (refer to the previously stated scene)
-and her intelligence was shut down the moment she trusted two incompetent lazy cops to do something as important as protecting the freaking president.

Pretty much making her that cliche' police chief from all those 70' and 80' movies.

Anyway sorry I wrote this much but I just thought I might have had to clarify what I said:
IN CONCLUSION, Lin Bei Fong is the prime example of what is wrong with the characters in Korra S2, aside from Korra herself, completely different from their S1 counterparts, they will need a severe overhaul in S3, either that or just make a new series staring Avatar Wan, he was cool, I liked his character and story, I want to see more of him.
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:iconyourparodies:
"but considering her job and her past it's quite understandable why she regarded most strangers with a cold demeanor."
sure, but what I meant was - she hated Korra because of her connection to Tenzin, who broke up with her at least a decade ago. Not exactly an open minded reason to hate on somebody.

"wasn't she the only one in the force who actually supported the Avatar by the end of the season?"
Who didn't support her from the force? Yes, she pretty much went commando at the end, but that was more because she wanted revenge against Amon for her men, and it happened to align with Korra's cause.
That, and after Tenzin talked to her, she loosened up a bit, but still, we saw her being rude and judgemental  for all the wrong reasons and then changing her mind all the time.
Same as season 2.
In both season she tought she was in control, but she got played by others. She also seemed to have something against one of the herores (Korra/Mako), for no good reason and then she got around. Pretty much the same.

"Not smart? yeah she definitely wasn't a genius but she was intelligent enough to think on her toes and had common sense."
I don't know. I'm not saying she is stupid, mind you. Amon and Tarrlock were both very smart, so getting punked by them doesn't make one stupid, but still. Even aside from that, she showed that she doesn't really think with her head. As evidenced by the fact that she goes on an emotional rage fit everytime she meets with Korra, despite her not doing anything to her at this point. All because of a grudge she has against Tenzin from a decade ago that isn't even all that well grounded to begin with... 
She doesn't really take it into consideration that the equalists might have more up their sleeves then just chi blocking. Which isn't smart for a leading polic officer.
Not to mention I can't really think of a single scene where she does anything that could be considered smart or strategicly thoughtful.
She's brave, and she is though, yes. But smart? I have yet to see any evidence for that.

"But now in S2 she had almost no screen time,"
That is true, but after all, most of the action took place away from Republic City. And when they did stuff, she was busy running the police.
I didn't really see any change in her tough - she gets punked again by a smart tactician - Varrick this time - on an event that she is supposed to keep under control. Same as season one. She has an unreasonable gruge against a character who did nothing to her - last time Korra, now Mako. Pretty much the same behaviour.

"her stern but kind hearted demeanor"
When was she kind hearted? ^_^
The only times she got a birt soft for a moment when she was talking to Tenzin about the old times. And then when Korra gave her bending back. But that's it. None of the situtation she faced in season 2 would warrant such behaviour though.

"the Mako walking into her offece to present evidence comes to mind)"
That's pretty much a parallel to season 1s scene when she goes bad cop on Korra for actualyl getting the job done her man were late to do - fighting the triads.
Again, I see no change in her here.

"her open mind and willingness to take risks for the sake of others "
She never was very open minded. 
And she took risk in season one when Amon made it personal for her. That's different. Not to mention she wasn't faced with simillar situatiions in this one. She did not need to face the big bad, nor did her man got hurt because of her walking them into a trap. 
So the trigger for her to be like that wasn't there, and without that trigger she was the same in season one as she was here.

" a predefined notion that she was always right and spurns anyone elses opinion"
Again, I think that's pretty much what she was in the first season too. 
Didn't she have a predestined opionon on everything and everyone?
Her dislike for Korra.
Jumping into Tarrlock's trap just because she underestimates the equalists and the fact that she wants to go against Tenzin's "cut and run routine"? Which is basically the same thing - in her opinion - he did when he broke up with her?
And there's that she also claimed she would took down Amon outside the law, despite previously yelling at Korra for dealing out "vigilante justice"? XD 
So yeah, she always just went after her own head, regardless of logic on tactics. Even in season one. I don't quite the see big change.

"and her intelligence was shut down the moment she trusted two incompetent lazy cops to do something as important as protecting the freaking president."
What intelligent deads she did in season one though? She distrusted people she had no reason to distrust, she trusted people she had no reason to trust, she fell for planted evidence without a second thought, and she walked into one trap after another. 
And she trusted her police members over others too in season one as well, even though we see that Saikahn, her right hand is basically just a puppet for whatever counsilmen he happens to stumble into. XD
Again, how is that different in the two seasons?
She was easy to fool then, and she was easy to fool now. She was thinking with her temper and out of rage instead of a clear logical mind, then and now.
I really don't see the difference in her character all that much aside from having less screentime and less direct confrontation with the villains.
Not to mention there was no direct lead to Varrick himself. Sure, his company made the detonators, but for crying out loud, he is the head of a worldwide business - pretty much anyone could have used those instead of him.
Of course, we as the viewers knew it was him, because from a storytelling point of you, a random guy would not have made sense, and since Varrick makes a constant point of his assistant never leaving his side, it could not be her, so it had to be him.
But in the story,how could anyone be sure it was him? sure, Mako knows because , I don't know, he's got forth wall awareness, or whatever, but yeah, other then that, from Lin's point of view, it might as well could have been the North using his tech.
So I don't see how she was stupider here then she was in season 1.

"Pretty much making her that cliche' police chief from all those 70' and 80' movies."
But again, she always was like that. Her debut speech in episode one is pretty much like your average black police chief XD
"Hey, hotheaded cool young person defending the law, you can't just go around blowing stuff up because that's not in the rulebook, but don't worry, by the end of the movie I will learn to like you and appreatiate that you think outside the box!" 
Or the classic "You big shots, comming to my hood and making trouble, pff..." line of hers to Korra, classic...
Isn't that pretty much every 80's police chief every made? XD
And that was from season 1. ^_^
So yeah, she was always like that.

"Anyway sorry I wrote this much but I just thought I might have had to clarify what I said:"
No problem, I actually like long conversations with explanations as to why you think what you think. Any other kind of conversation about things like this is pointless, don't you agree? ^_^


"aside from Korra herself, completely different from their S1 counterparts,"
Granted, Korra did act differently in a way, but I think all of that is justified because the events that keep happening to her throughout the season. I mean if you look at it from her point of view, she gets a lot of shit thrown at here at once, and the bad things just keep comming, with pretty much everyone she ever trusted going behind her back one way or the other, and all that while her tribe and whole family are in mortal danger, etc, etc... 
If we take all that into consideration, then she behaves pretty much in-character, only under a HUGE amount of stress. You know, everyone wanting from you that you save the world from 10 000 years of darkness right away without any problems on the way and pretty much minimal help from others ^_^ Even by Avatar standards, that's just a rough month... :D


" they will need a severe overhaul in S3"
I don't know about that. Korra has balanced out again, and even grew as a person and as an avatar through everything she went through.
And as mentioned before, I have yet to see how Lin is fundamentally different from before.

"just make a new series staring Avatar Wan, he was cool, I liked his character and story, I want to see more of him."
I don't know. I liked Wan, but the problem with him is, we already saw his big adventure. After that, seeing him battle relatively minor but ongoing threats with no real resolution would feel like a big step down from Begginnings....
Not to mention that I can't help but feel that people are only liking Wan so much because his character arc happened so fast due to it being told in two episodes. 
I mean he fucked up just like Aang and Korra did, but his "development" and atonement for his failure happened so fast that people didn't have the time to dwell on it and now they seem to only remember the good things about him... 
But if his story was told in a series format, he would have gone through the same failure-atonement-growth process that Aang and Korra and pretty much all avatars had to go through.
Of course, Aang is the original so he got the Nostalgia Armour, but Korra really gets the short end of the stick from some people. 
She's not the original people came to love and her story isn't compressed to 50 minutes, so obviously, her journey from hopeful young hero to fully developed one will take a lot more time which got to happen with her faults seeming bigger since they are explored in greater detail then Wan's were.



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