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Seriously, at this point, what braindead idiot would even think about challenging Korra? :o (Eek) 

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PeterOtakuKiddu Featured By Owner Feb 10, 2015  Student Traditional Artist
You must script an abrigded series. Thats some funny scripting!xDDDDD
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PeterOtakuKiddu Featured By Owner Feb 10, 2015  Student Traditional Artist
Hahahahahha!! That is so awesome i read to page 61.So funny! x'DD you should find a guy to make that into an actual abrigded series on youtube it would be hilarious!!!
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yourparodies Featured By Owner Feb 12, 2015
Finding someone who is willing to handle the video editing, voice casting and voice acting as well would be hard to find, I imagine...
He'd have to be a pretty big fan of mine to do all that, but thanks for the compliment.
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PeterOtakuKiddu Featured By Owner Feb 12, 2015  Student Traditional Artist
Oh i gues youre right.. ^^'' but you re being watched by too many people so you never know who might be willing to do it ^^ 
Youre welcome~! :D
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yourparodies Featured By Owner Feb 14, 2015
Maybe, but I found that it's really hard to do collabs, even in comic format, let alone videos. People would really need to be very dedicated to my ideas, although I wouldn't say no if anybody offered to work on some videos :)
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Kingofthecouch Featured By Owner Jan 24, 2015
she's right
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XAlexDentonX Featured By Owner Jan 6, 2015  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Damn why don't you have your own animated serie? That's some awesome writing!
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yourparodies Featured By Owner Jan 7, 2015
Thank You. 
My own animted series? Hmm, I wouldn't say no to that... ^_^
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TalonRaptor Featured By Owner Dec 29, 2014  Student Traditional Artist
Kyoshi would be proud.
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IDM4 Featured By Owner Jan 6, 2015
That's ironic when you know Kyoshi is the one who created the Dai Li x)
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TalonRaptor Featured By Owner Jan 7, 2015  Student Traditional Artist
Yeah but she became ashamed because they were easily corruptible. xD
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starwind001 Featured By Owner Jan 10, 2015
Agreed, plus Kyoshi was one of the most self-righteous and militant avatars, she would probably be disappointed that Korra didn't just wipe them out to make an example out of them.
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TalonRaptor Featured By Owner Jan 10, 2015  Student Traditional Artist
i wonder how roku managed with having to go to her for advice.
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starwind001 Featured By Owner Jan 10, 2015
Given that Roku repeatedly told Aang to kill Zuko to make an example out of him (The Promise) I'd say Aang's past two lives got along swimmingly.
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TalonRaptor Featured By Owner Jan 10, 2015  Student Traditional Artist
I agree. 
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Marcusthemage47 Featured By Owner Nov 26, 2014
If it ain't broken don't fix it.
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Rodlox Featured By Owner Nov 26, 2014
"Have a safe journey."
*nods*  yes.
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squarenuts Featured By Owner Nov 8, 2014
Gunboat diplomacy!
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thegreek02 Featured By Owner Edited Nov 2, 2014
Ha Ha ha that was really good.I can't stop laughing.Ha ha ha lol 
                                        TV 
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xelianthought Featured By Owner Oct 22, 2014
That was brilliant. 
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Ramman05 Featured By Owner Oct 20, 2014
LOL
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Alpha-Squid Featured By Owner Oct 6, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
FAVE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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tortorkins Featured By Owner Sep 27, 2014
was it just me or did the Dai Li see a lot weeker in korra then the last air bender?
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Alpha-Squid Featured By Owner Oct 6, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
They, to me at least, seemed to be stronger.
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patrick19942 Featured By Owner Oct 4, 2014
slacked on their training?
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tortorkins Featured By Owner Oct 5, 2014
most definetly
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Shadow-Messenger Featured By Owner Sep 14, 2014
Azula would be fucking proud!
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DoodlebugQT Featured By Owner Aug 1, 2014
Though I really hate the second season of Legend of Korra, it really blows my mind that everyone in this new season seem to forget this Up Arrow very important detail. I mean she went all Godzilla on Vattu-tron's ass and everyone power-hungry dip-shit doesn't seem to remember that!
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Darklordcomp Featured By Owner Sep 12, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
Korra literally PUNCHED THE GOD POWERS OUT OF HIM 
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DarthMcBob Featured By Owner Edited Jul 21, 2014
You'd think Korra would just have grabbed the old bitch of an Earth Queen for a hostage/human shield, seeing as how she doesn't seem to have any bending powers at all. She's just a really crabby middle-aged woman with bad allergies.
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Rassilon001 Featured By Owner Jul 20, 2014
It seems to me the Dai Li attacked more out of fear of what the Earth Queen would do to them if they didn't at least try, probably knowing full well they couldn't stop Korra, the only Airbending Master in the world, and an army of Airbenders they themselves were training (plus a slew of others).

As for the arguments people are making regarding conscripting forces, its considerably out of line to enslave people as soldiers (especially child-soldiers).  The Earth Queen can start a war if she wants but I'm guessing if she was going to this length just to recruit an army she's already having enough trouble keeping control of her own kingdom.

And regarding the Red Lotus, I'd say there's still more to them than meets the eye.  Plus, their strongest asset isn't individual firepower, its working as a group.  If Korra could find them one-on-one she'd be fine likely, but against all of them?  I don't favor her chances.
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yourparodies Featured By Owner Jul 20, 2014
"It seems to me the Dai Li attacked more out of fear of what the Earth Queen would do to them if they didn't at least try, probably knowing full well they couldn't stop Korra"
But that's just the problem. How can they be more affraid of the Earth Queen then the Avatar at this point? 
I mean having to face the wrath of any Avatar must be reason enough to run off sreeming like a girl, but after what Korra's just done to Unavatuu? I know they don't have Twitter yet, but I'm pretty sure that even in their technological era, at least word would have gotten around about the Avatar going into GIANT BLUE SPIRIT MONSTER GOD MODE and killing the devil... :P
I'm sure that under normal sircumstances, the Dai Li would never even consider disobeying like that, but in this situation? There shouldn't be a man on earth who wouldn't die of fear just at the thought... 
I mean what Korra just did was mindblowingly MASSIVE, to say the least...

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 If Korra could find them one-on-one she'd be fine likely, but against all of them?  I don't favor her chances."
I have to disagree on that one. At least, if they don't start backtracking and depover Korra to an extreme.
Fact is, they made Korra a fully realised Avatar now. There is no way four guys  can pose any real threat to her, after what happened in season I and II. 
Yakone was a much more beliavable threat to Aang due to the nature and extent of his abilities, but these guys, I'm not buying so far.

Source of the problem probably is, that originally they only planned for one book. So  they created a villain so powerful that he made everyone before him look like child's play. When season II came along, they had luck they could still go into the spirit world and make up their own version of the ultimate devil to take things up a notch, because that was the only way they could create a villain who was a level up from Amon, who was basically a Godlike bender with insane abilities in all regards.
But now? There is nowhere to go for them. 

So now they either had the option to go the DBZ route, and say "oh, there's actually a dark spirit even stronger then Vaatu was, and there's an avatar state level 2, and bla bla bla." or "hey, there's actually a bender more powerful then Amon," which would have been unbelieavable given how much might they've given him... Anyone stronger then Amon should be called Avatar...
Or they could keep if fairly realistic and make the villains not-so-impressive.
Right now, it kinda looks like they're taking the second option, but we'll see.

Having this problem with the villains was my big fear for Book III, and so far it looks like it's going to turn out true.
I have a hunch the guys never really thought they would have to write multiple books around a fully realised Avatar. After all, there's a reason why Aang wasn't given access to the Avatar state until the very end... It kinda brings up the Superman problem.


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Rassilon001 Featured By Owner Jul 20, 2014
How can anyone be afraid of Kim Jeong Un?  He's one overly fat, stupid, rather ugly individual... who has an entire country under his thumb.  Could also be that the Earth Queen has threatened their families, or brainwashed them to total obedience, or any number of reasons.

People could assume its all exaggeration and heresay unless they saw it for themselves.  Legends are not easy to believe, especially when your Avatar is not normally so wise and powerful, just a teenaged girl which most slick individuals (Varrick, Unalaq, Tarrlock) can lead around by the nose with only the barest manipulation.  After all, the Earth Queen did get her tax money, though of course her lies quickly fell apart after that.

Agreed, the show is flying a bit by the seat of its pants right now, but its still doing wonders to plan and draw everything together season by season, so I say give it a chance.  As for a "more" powerful dark spirit, you're right, that's ridiculously DBZ, and I hope they don't go that route.  But consider... Vaatu was defeated by Wan... and yet in the ten thousand following years, it seems mankind was still near-constantly at war or suffering through some strife.  That's the Avatar's real challenge.

I admit I started out a strong non-Superman fan myself, but he grows on you and you see he's very human despite all his vast power.  I ditto Korra in that statement, and as for their villains, I say wait and see.  They may surprise you.
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yourparodies Featured By Owner Edited Jul 21, 2014
"How can anyone be afraid of Kim Jeong Un?"
That's not the same though. The same would be, if we had one of the gods of mitology descending upon us and threatening him. One of the overpowerful ones.
I'm not questioning that they fear the Earth Queen. That's normal, she's the queen. I'm questioning that they don't fear a God much more.

"Could also be that the Earth Queen has threatened their families, or brainwashed them to total obedience, or any number of reasons."
I'm pretty sure she would do something along those lines, but none the less, when a mere mortal is faced with the wrath of someone who's literally a God, manipulation and threats like that should feel like kindergarden fights. It's just a matter of perspective.

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People could assume its all exaggeration and heresay unless they saw it for themselves."
Normally, I would agree, but this case... Not so much. The whole planet witnessed harmonic convergance. They see what id did with the airbenders first hand, and since these people do know for a fact, that spritis and such are real, I think it would be hard not to believe that some devil dude who was far beyond normal spirits - after all, he basically made the whole world go "dark" and such -  was causing all this. And now he's gone... And even if you didn't hear about what Korra did, it's easy to put two and two together, since she's the only one who even had a chance against someone like Vatuu.
Add in, that people of this world lived for 10 000 years with the thought that the Avatar is the most powerful being of all, and I'd say it would be hard not to belive what they heard.

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usly DBZ, and I hope they don't go that route.  But consider... Vaatu was defeated by Wan... and yet in the ten thousand following years, it seems mankind was still near-constantly at war or suffering through some strife."
Yes, but for one, as time passed, people forgot about Vatuu. They had no idea what a powerful being he was. And back then, people feared him. And the Avatar mythos wasn't really that huge back then, as Wan was still "new".
Here, people lived with the Avatar for 10 000 years. And now, after a technological revolution, they had to witness that there are spirits who even their military weapons can't even hurt. And yet, that spirit was destroyed by Korra.
Should put a few things into perspective, shouldn't it?
I know people tend to be corrupt and sneaky, and such, and I can buy that they would try to sneek around and do bad things, hoping to stay under the radar, and not get noticed by the Avatar, but face to face threatening her after all that just happened? 

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I admit I started out a strong non-Superman fan myself, but he grows on you and you see he's very human despite all his vast power."
In some versions maybe, but still, they made him so strong, that he literally defeats any chance of a plot. 
And seeing how nowadays they make even being like Darkseid his bitches instead of providing a real challanege, or forbid, an overwhelming threat, it's not really working for me.

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 I ditto Korra in that statement, and as for their villains, I say wait and see.  They may surprise you."
Oh, I'm liking the show so far. The villain thing and the whole no fear from the Avatar thing do bother me, but I was expecting that before the season began, so it's not like it suddenly dissapointed me. 


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Rassilon001 Featured By Owner Jul 21, 2014
Valid points all around.  I suppose we can just agree to disagree, and simply enjoy the show's good points that we both enjoy.
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yourparodies Featured By Owner Jul 21, 2014
Amon to that ^_^
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Shadow-Messenger Featured By Owner Sep 14, 2014
You just had to, didn't you? XP
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Grusnoid Featured By Owner Jul 19, 2014
1. I've been thinking that throughout this entire season. Four jagoffs seem like pissing in the wind, compared to THE EMBODIMENT OF EVIL!!! (I like the season, but it feels like a step down in terms of villains.)

2. I honestly thought this was probably, the most boneheaded move the group has made thus far. Bumi is right, the Earth Queen has a right to maintain a military. Forced conscription is shitty, but still a viable option for many militaries. The way I see it, Korra just gave the Earth Queen, all the provocation she needs to start a war. Both her, and her administration can spin this as an assault on Earth Kingdom Sovereignty, and launch an invasion of Republic City. Of course the Water Tribe, and Fire Nation will declare war to prevent the annexation of Republic City, but the Earth Queen will have pulled support from the United Forces, by then, and will have her military fully mobilized. I like Korra, but she probably just sparked another world war with her actions. 
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MountainLygon Featured By Owner Edited Jul 19, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
Forced conscription is one thing.  Arrest and detainment without due cause is another entirely.  Seriously, would it be that hard to write up a draft notice?  And then there's child conscription, which is a violation of human rights, and Korra has every right and responsibility to take action against the Earth Queen for that.

As for the Red Lotus, I think they are a viable enemy for Korra.  The White Lotus of Iroh's day was probably the only force that could have stood up to Aang if they'd needed to, and in the avatar's absence they did pretty well at what was supposed to be Aang's job.  The Red Lotus is the antithesis of the White Lotus, so they're probably capable of doing what Unavaatu wanted to do to the world.
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Grusnoid Featured By Owner Jul 19, 2014
Modern human rights. The Earth Kingdom could most likely conscript children at this time. A modern comparison could be Operation Barbarossa. Children did fight, and die in the Red Army. If things had gone any worse for the Soviets, Stalin could have conscripted thirteen year olds to fight for the Motherland. And the Soviet Union wasn't the only nation that used children. Poland, Japan, Yugoslavia, and Germany used child soldiers. An entire division of SS Panzers was manned by 16-17 year olds. It's not the same as conscripting children during peace times, but it happened. Like I said, in another post. It was a hard decision for Korra to make, and while she did do the right thing, that may not have been the right thing to do. People were going to suffer either way, but now Korra has given the Earth Queen a shield to hide behind, as a justification for war. Those who suffer in a coming war, could point to Korra as the cause, and blame her for the conflict. It's a ripple effect, and it could give people justification to hunt Korra down, and make her pay for the conflict. 

I don't know about the Red Lotus yet. I'm still on the fence, and I'm just not sure if they are a viable threat yet. Yeah they beat up some decent benders, but I'm not 100% convinced. 
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MountainLygon Featured By Owner Jul 19, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
Zuko and Tenzin, both masters of their respective crafts, are terrified by the Red Lotus--especially the idea of the team leader, already formidable as a non-bender, suddenly becoming an airbender.  That's enough to tell me that they are almost certainly as great a threat to Korra as Lin claims.  I wouldn't be surprised to learn they were the cause of Sokka's death.  The writers are building up, and yes, it would be disappointing if the payoff was anticlimactic, but so far the build up has paid off nicely in this series.  A bit predictable at times, yes, but no less rewarding.

Just imagine for a moment that Iroh, Pakku, Bumi, Jeong Jeong and Piandao were the main antagonists of ATLA.  They would be a much bigger threat to the Gaang than Ozai and Azula.  I think that's how the Red Lotus is going to turn out.
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Grusnoid Featured By Owner Jul 20, 2014
That's the thing though how did Zaheer get so good at Airbending? There is only so much you can learn from a book, and the only master is Tenzin. It's something that I'm having trouble believing. Still even if all four members of the Red Lotus are that good, then Korra will most likely have trouble with them, but aside from dying in the Avatar state, there is little consequence. All of Korra's past lives were eliminated by Vaatu, so it kinda feels like the stakes aren't that high. Maybe I'll be proven wrong, but I'll reserve judgement until I see it.  
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yourparodies Featured By Owner Jul 19, 2014
1. I can see your point. I like the season too, and the villains so far aren't really bad or anything, they are just... a bit late to the party.
Kinda as if you brought in Nappa after having Majin Buu in DBZ. He's strong and dangerous, but after seeing much more dangerous ones... It doesn't really feel credible.

2. I don't know, can't say I agree with that.

I mean I see your point, but... Korra's the Avatar. Her job is to keep the peace basically, and as Tenzin also pointed out, she's not a president, or a queen or any of the like. She's an ancient force who has to do what's right and put an end to people who misuse their powers and bring the world out of ballance.
And while, technically speaking, the Earth Queen might have the right to basically kidnap people and put them in her army - an army she has no real need for to begin with, unless she wants to START a war, which is the exact same thing an Avatar is supposed to stop -, it does not make it right in any way.

Not to mention, if the Earth Queen wants a war, she would start it anyway, and if not Korra, she would find someone else to blame it on. Difference is, now she won't have an airbender army to do it with. 
Previous Avatars did deal similarily with situations like this, and usually, in retrospect their mistake was not to interviene , but not interviening enough.
Roku's mistake wasn't that he stepped up to Shozin, but the fact that he did not end it when he could, leading to the 100 year war. 
So if one can blame Korra and co. for anything, it's that they didn't show the Earth Queen that if she tries to start a war, she will face dire consequentces.

And really, what's the point of having the Avatar at all, if she does nothing but watch as people upset the ballance and peace of the world? The very thing she is supposed to watch over? After all, she's not a queen, and not a police officer. She is pretty much the ONE-ABOVE-ALL.  A being who isn't loyal to any of the four nations, and not even loyal to the world of humans or spirits, but loyal to one cause only - to keep the peace and ballance of both worlds.

If she just sat by and let the airbenders rot in prison, forced to a life as basically slaves, just because they live in a land that says everything's okay as long some whore on a throne commands it, what kind of Avatar would she be? 
She's not bound by the laws of one state or the other. The whole point of having an Avatar, who is not only a brige between the four nations, but also between the human and the spirit world, is to be able to put an end to things like this. 

And I can hardly say she sparked another world war. What do you think the Earth Queen wanted with an elite military force in the middle of peace time to begin with? ;) Especialy after her rant about Zuko and Aang? Pretty sure she would start a war anyway, and even if she doesn't, she's just a tyrant overall , at least everything we've seen from her points to that direction. I mean, even under Ozai, the citizens of the Fire Nation seemed to be pretty ok, but she treats her subjects like crap, to the point they form bandit gangs and riots... That ought to say something about her...

Blaming Korra for the Earth Queen starting a war is like saying that Sozin started the war because he was pissed about Roku beating him down.
It's pretty clear both rulers already wanted to fight a war and would have done so anyway, without any interfierence from the Avatar.
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Grusnoid Featured By Owner Jul 19, 2014
I will agree that the Earth Queen was probably going to start, a war regardless of what happened. Still you're not always going to win every battle, and Korra gave the Earth Queen a lot to work with. Yeah the Earth Queen is a tyrant, and tyrants are rarely reasonable people. Still you can't just go in, guns blazing, and depose them. Yeah leaving those Airbenders in Ba Sing Se would have been a terrible thing, but there are layers here, and it's not as black and white as Korra would like it to be. Doing the right thing, isn't always the right thing to do. Korra had to make a tough call, and I don't envy her. Still the people who suffer in this coming war, will most likely blame Korra for the conflict. 

From what I've seen of the Earth kingdom, many people point Pre-Communist China, but for a more western comparison, it could be seen as Pre-Communist Russia. With many of the same problems that Tsarist Russia had. A huge divide, between extreme wealth and poverty? Check. A backwards nation, that is barely industrialized? Check. A workforce that is most likely A. Serfs or B. free men, who have to pay for their freedom? Check. Finally a government that is completely authoritarian? Check. Russia didn't start emancipating it's serfs until 1861, and even then it was slow going, because the aristocracy had not adapted to the new industrialization policies, and looked to their estates for money just as they always have. This coupled with a population surge from 61 million in 1877, to 78 million in 1905. As well as a failure to diversify the economy, ultimately led to the fall of the Czars, and to the rise of Communism. 

As for not needing a military, then what was Korra's uncle 
Unalaq doing with a military? And don't sit there and tell me that Zuko has no military, if the other two nations have one. I guarantee that Asami isn't selling military equipment to just the United Forces. Hell I know she isn't, because Unalaq's army had those mech suits. All Republic City is, what the United Nations would be, if the UN was a city state. The United forces are just the UN Security Council. Countries still have their own militaries. 
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yourparodies Featured By Owner Jul 20, 2014
"Still the people who suffer in this coming war, will most likely blame Korra for the conflict. "
They always do. For everything. Which is, handled pretty realisticly, because that's how most people are. They always find someone to blame their problems on, and it's usually not the one who deserves it.

Oh, I'm not questioning that she wants to have an army. Obviously, a country without any military is just begging to be attacked.
But, first of all, she obviously already has one. So why the sudden need to create a secret elite force?
Not to mention that in peace time, military is basically just a means to tell to your neighbours that they shouldn't mess with you because you can bite back. 
But that's not what the Earth Queen was doing. She went out of her way to keep her elite force a secret, so obviously, she didn't intend her new army to keep attackers out by disencouraging them with her military. Combine that with her rant about loosing a big chunk of her kingdom to the United Nations, and what do we get? ;)
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Grusnoid Featured By Owner Jul 20, 2014
True, it's what the allies did to Germany, after the first world war. Pin the whole thing on them, and force them to pay huge reparations. French Field Marshal Ferdinand Foch said it best, about the Treaty of Versailles. "This is not peace. It is an armistice for 20 years."  So yeah, there's an example. 

Another war, which I agree was going to happen regardless. I can see that keeping an elite force secret, isn't something that inspires faith in a nation, amongst its neighbors. I'm just wondering how long, the Earth Queen has been planning this. Like I said with my comparison with Tsarist Russia, the Earth Kingdom is behind the curve. If anything, this war might be over quickly. I don't believe the Earth Kingdom is as industrialized as its neighbors, its tactics could be outdated, and I doubt its infrastructure is capable of sufficient logistics. This could end like the Crimean War, or the Russo-Japanese War. With the Earth Kingdom playing the role of Russia. If anything, that could lead to a similar fate for the Earth Kingdom. It could show the people how weak their country is, and provoke a huge revolution. 
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yourparodies Featured By Owner Jul 20, 2014
Wouldn't be the first time the Earth Queen's plans backfire... ^_^
She might think she is the new Long Feng, but she's far from it... :D
Although if all the horrible things we heard about her last episode are true, she might be fcked in the head completely, so who knows what her plan is...
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Grusnoid Featured By Owner Jul 20, 2014
So when the Shit does hit the fan in the Earth Kingdom, do you think the writers will just make it a democracy, or will they go with a parallel to our history, and turn the Earth Kingdom into a communist dictatorship, or a fascist dictatorship. (The White Russians were fascists, and they lost to the Reds or Bolsheviks.)  
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yourparodies Featured By Owner Jul 20, 2014
Well, they certainly do like to draw parallels to real world affairs, so I can see them going that route.
Of course, it's questionable how much a PG13 show can get away with, but if they can have an abusive father who tortures his kids and said kids commiting suicide/murder, then I'd say nothing is out of reach ^_^

Censorship works in funny ways. You can't show much blood, but child abuse, mental and physical torture, suicide and so on is okay, as long as they don't bleed... Go figure... XD
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