Because the romance plot was much more important
Hay thar. I'm a 20+ year old art student and this is my personal blog.
It's mainly to reblog stuff that interest me, which include
Be warned, I spam a lot of stuff everyday in here, your dash will be several pages longer. BE VERY WARNED. I also sometimes post some NSFW things.Main blog: ones-inspiration, which is my art/animation/writing blog thing for references and art stuff.
Sometimes I don't know if I offended someone or not by their reactions (it's hard to tell online) so... just to let you know I don't mean it, don't take it to heart. I don't joke about things, or purposely write some trolling/flame-attracting messages (unless I'm pissed off and looking for a fight, which is rare). If it seems that way, I probably phrased my words wrong or spoke too bluntly. Please be forgiving if I've made such an error.
“It’s all about Korra dealing with the change of the world in this point in time. At the end of Book 2 she says it’s a new era. And it really is and we’re going to show how Harmonic Convergence and her battle with Unalaq and Vaatu kind of shifted the world a bit.” -LoK creator Mike DiMartino talking to the Wall Street Journal about Book 3
Watching Legend of Korra… THIS WEEK’S DOUBLE EPISODE IS GORGEOUSSSS OMG I AM MOVED TO TEARS IT’S SO BEAUTIFUL.THE ANIMATION! THE CHINESE WATERCOLOUR STYLE!
Still watching and the first half is already better than the previous series and previous 2nd season episodes combined. TvT Though I kind of understand what the Korra series is trying to say and why it is as it is, as a piece of entertainment it might be way off the mark.