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on Book 4
Book 4 premieres in 3 days on Nick.com!
I highly doubt Mike and Bryan would kill off Korra. She is the main character of the series, and also, Mike and Bryan love Korra too much to kill her off. Don’t worry. :)
Nah, I don’t think this will happen. At the WORST, if the Avatar really ISN’T needed (which I don’t think will be the conclusion, since it’s just not true based on what we’ve seen in both series), then I imagine Korra splitting with Raava permanently and living out the rest of her life. But again, I don’t think that will happen.
Korra: Wow, you’re a natural!
WHY DOES IKKI HAVE PABU
WHERE IS BOLIN
That’s legitimate but I don’t think, writing wise especially, they’d go that route. Because for one thing they’ve spent the past 3 books developing them, even in book 3 when it wasn’t a focus they still let their story linger, they made it a point to show that they had lingering feelings even when broken up. So just writing wise, to do that, and then to come to book 4 and to say “oh, it was just a first love” doesn’t make sense with what we’ve seen. The way we saw Mako be completely devoted to her in the last book, them saying I’ll always love you even when breaking up, it shows their love is deeper and last longer to be only a first love. They love each other whether they’re together or not, that’s mature, despite them having been immature when they were together, that doesn’t diminish how they clearly felt and the statement they made that they’ll always feel.
And realistically too, I love the contrast from Kataang, which is what they were going for. The 3 year gap, that’s huge. The point Bryke wanted to make is that this isn’t a love at first sight kind of scenario. This love isn’t easy, they’re apart for 3 years. And we get to see where they stand now, 3 years later, and in the context of storytelling, you don’t have your characters say “I’ll always love you” without recognizing that later on. We’re gonna get to see that, see where their love stands 3 years later. And we can be pretty confident from the story that it’s still there.