History Characters / TheLegendOfKorraAllies

22nd Nov '16 1:54:39 PM creader
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* WickedCultured: He has good taste in luxury and rich upbringing.

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* WickedCultured: He has good taste in luxury and rich upbringing.clothing.
4th Oct '16 10:49:59 PM AlexHoskins
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* WickedCultured: He has good taste in luxury and rich upbringing.
7th Sep '16 9:58:14 AM creader
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* AnIcePerson: He is a waterbender, so he has the ability to turn water into ice and vice versa.



* AnIcePerson: He is a waterbender, so he has the ability to turn water into ice and vice versa.



* HeIsAllGrownUp: In Book 4, Kai has gotten taller, muscular, and his voice is deeper. This is lampshaded by Bolin.
* InfantImmortality: He lampshades this, saying that [[spoiler:It takes more than a fall and a tree to get rid of him.]]

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* HeIsAllGrownUp: IGotBigger: In Book 4, Kai has gotten taller, muscular, and his voice is deeper. This is lampshaded by Bolin.
* InfantImmortality: He lampshades this, saying that [[spoiler:It [[spoiler:it takes more than a fall and a tree to get rid of him.]]
29th Aug '16 9:14:05 PM PhantomHeartless5
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** In "The Coronation", after hearing Mako and Bolin's fall out, he decides the best way to cheer him up is to take him to Little Ba Sing Se shopping mall.

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** In "The Coronation", after hearing Mako and Bolin's fall out, he decides the best way to cheer him up is to take him to Little Ba Sing Se shopping mall. Note that during said fall out, Bolin actually insulted Wu, but Wu makes no mention of it and is more focused on cheering Mako up.
26th Aug '16 10:49:38 AM sorako
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* ReliableTraitor: Varrick is not very trustworthy, will turn on anyone he allies with, and will capitalize on anyone's bad situation. However, he hates Unalaq as much as the heroes, thus he was the only person who could help them defeat him.
26th Aug '16 10:48:34 AM sorako
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24th Aug '16 11:35:41 PM H2SO4
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* DiabolicalMastermind: Varrick has no allegiance but to himself: he genuinely hates Unalaq, but his struggle against him was for his own personal gain. His alliance with the rebels, Team Avatar, as well as his first attack on Unalaq, were all just to speed up his agenda to start a war, and escalate it to make huge profit. In addition, he mostly relies on his men to do the dirty work.

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* DiabolicalMastermind: Varrick has no allegiance but to himself: he genuinely hates Unalaq, but his struggle against him was for his own personal gain. We see what a master schemer he is in Book 2: His alliance with the rebels, Team Avatar, as well as his first attack on Unalaq, were all just to speed up his agenda to start a war, and escalate it to make huge profit. In addition, Of course, he mostly relies on his men to do the dirty work.
1st Aug '16 8:46:29 PM H2SO4
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* HeelFaceRevolvingDoor: A textbook example. He starts out an ally to the heroes in early season two, betrays them and hatches his own scheme against them by the midway point of the arc, joins up with their ally Suyin in season three and helps them weed out the mole in Zaofu, then betrays Suyin in season four to join Kuvira's Earth Empire, then [[spoiler:attempts to leave Kuvira and joins up with the heroes for good in "Enemy at the Gates".]]

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* HeelFaceRevolvingDoor: A textbook example. He starts out an ally to the heroes in early season two, betrays them and hatches his own scheme against them by the midway point of the arc, joins up with their ally Suyin in season three and helps them weed out the mole in Zaofu, then betrays Suyin in season four to join Kuvira's Earth Empire, then [[spoiler:attempts though he's more of a PunchClockVillain. Then [[spoiler:he attempts to leave Kuvira and joins up with the heroes for good in "Enemy at the Gates".]]



* KnowWhenToFoldEm: After Varrick got caught in Book 2, it later became evident that his plan was far from salvageable, so during Vaatu's attack, he makes a getaway, knowing that he wouldn't last a week with Vaatu's fury.



* LaughablyEvil: Despite all the less than legal, morally questionable things he has done, it's very hard to hate him, even as a villain.
* LesserOfTwoEvils: In comparison to Vaatu, he's just a greedy, yet diabolical human,not some world ending disaster.

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* LaughablyEvil: Despite all the less than legal, morally questionable things he has done, it's very hard to hate him, even as a villain. \n Even when he's threatening his victims, he adds good honest humor in the process.
* LesserOfTwoEvils: In comparison to Vaatu, he's just a greedy, yet diabolical human,not human, not some world ending disaster.



* ObviouslyEvil: Played With. When we see him in Book 2, he doesn't hide his intentions, and his demeanor gives off the impression that he's an enemy one is supposed to be fighting. However, he's the ''least'' malevolent of any antagonist who appears.

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* ObviouslyEvil: Played With. When we see him in Book 2, he doesn't hide his intentions, intentions and greediness, and his demeanor gives off the impression that he's an enemy one is supposed to be fighting. However, he's the ''least'' malevolent of any antagonist who appears.



** He's this to his new associates in Zaofu. Unlike the previous Book, however, his behavior borders more on lacking common sense and manners. He is the resident MadScientist who tends to be quite rude and insensitive in a setting of refined, serious characters.

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** He's this to his new associates in Zaofu. Unlike the previous Book, however, his behavior borders more on lacking common sense and manners. He is the resident MadScientist who tends to be quite rude and insensitive in a setting of refined, serious characters.characters, not to mention throwing in good, honest craziness along the way.
21st Jul '16 5:16:10 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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* DangerouslyGenreSavvy:
** Varrick knows that Mako is on his trail and foils him at every turn, even trying to get Mako to play along for the safety of his loved ones. When Mako ignores his threat, he frames Mako by planting the explosives in his apartment.
** Unlike most villains, Varrick is completely aware that him losing is a possibility, so he ''built his own prison'' just in case he lost so he could continue to live in the lap of luxury.
** He lampshades this trope, especially when he knows a conspiracy brewing behind a curtain when he sees one [[note]]since he's pretty good at orchestrating them himself[[/note]], which helps Team Avatar [[spoiler: discover Aiwei's betrayal]].
20th Jul '16 11:33:38 AM H2SO4
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* LesserOfTwoEvils: In comparison to Vaatu, he's just a greedy human, not some world ending disaster.

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* LesserOfTwoEvils: In comparison to Vaatu, he's just a greedy human, not greedy, yet diabolical human,not some world ending disaster.



* PunchClockVillain: In Book 4, he sees working with Kuvira as another business venture and scientific endeavor for himself, as opposed to the master schemer he was in Book 2.



* WildCard: Ultimately, Varrick is loyal to himself above all else and will use anyone as long as he can profit from them, even people that he seems to honestly like such as Team Avatar.

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* WildCard: Ultimately, Varrick is loyal to himself above all else and will use anyone as long as he can profit from them, even people that he seems to honestly like such as Team Avatar.Avatar, or Kuvira, the latter of which backfired on him horribly.
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