History Characters / TheLegendOfKorraNewTeamAvatar

18th Jan '18 4:19:39 AM IdumeanPatriot
Is there an issue? Send a Message

Added DiffLines:

* CategoryTraitor: Despite not being a bender, Asami sides with Mako and Korra against the [[MugglePower Equalists]] when her father invites her to join the latter in their struggle for the common people. At first this makes him sad, and eventually it devastates him when she won't change her mind, making him accuse her of [[TragicBigot "aiding the very people who took your mother away."]]
15th Jan '18 10:53:42 AM IdumeanPatriot
Is there an issue? Send a Message


-->Just because we're not benders doesn't mean we support those awful Equalists!

to:

-->Just -->'''Asami:''' Just because we're not benders doesn't mean we support those awful Equalists!
15th Jan '18 10:53:00 AM IdumeanPatriot
Is there an issue? Send a Message

Added DiffLines:

* MistakenForTerrorist: At first, Korra dislikes the friendly and considerate Asami for reasons of LoveTriangle, and possibly also other kinds of jealousy. She is ''very'' eager to believe that Asami and her father, being [[{{Muggle}} non-benders]], are somehow involved with Amon and the [[MugglePower Equalists]]. Asami turns out to be completely innocent [[spoiler:though her father doesn't]], and is obviously hurt by these accusations from someone she considers a friend.
-->Just because we're not benders doesn't mean we support those awful Equalists!
9th Jan '18 12:47:03 PM LavonPapillon1
Is there an issue? Send a Message

Added DiffLines:

* LipstickLesbian: Downplayed. She is technically a BadassBisexual, but when dating Korra she is the more feminine of the two. Extra points for actually wearing lipstick.
1st Jan '18 9:12:31 PM Windrays
Is there an issue? Send a Message

Added DiffLines:

* ActionGirl: In a series full of people who can harness one (or more) elements at a whim for the purpose of attack, it says a lot that Asami has a decent track record in holding her own in a fight, especially considering that [[TheTeamNormal she's the only one in her group without any of said powers.]]
28th Dec '17 2:56:21 AM IdumeanPatriot
Is there an issue? Send a Message

Added DiffLines:

* EasilyForgiven: By her father, who thus provides a rare villainous example. Despite her betraying him, stun-shocking him and helping the Avatar escape, he still apologizes for having to hurt ''her'' by keeping her confined, once the Equalists have captured her, and earnestly wishes for her to rejoin him as soon as she comes to her senses (as he puts it). He eventually comes to realize that she won't be coming back, but only after she has escaped again and spent considerable further time insulting him, attacking him and wrecking his operation.
28th Dec '17 2:40:29 AM IdumeanPatriot
Is there an issue? Send a Message


%%* CharlesAtlasSuperPower: Officially, Asami has no superpowers (she is not even a chi-blocker), but in several episodes, she demonstrates what can only be called SuperStrength, performing feats that would be impossible for men three times her size.

to:

%%* * CharlesAtlasSuperPower: Officially, Asami has no superpowers (she is not even a chi-blocker), but in several episodes, she demonstrates what can only be called SuperStrength, performing feats that would be impossible for men three times her size.size. For example, see "Long Live the Queen!" where she escapes her metal cell by semi-casually jerking loose a piece of steel railing that's ''bolted'' to the wall, and then uses it to pry open an inch-thick floor plate almost as though it were a tin can lid.
27th Dec '17 9:40:23 AM TheRoguePenguin
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* CharlesAtlasSuperPower: Officially, Asami has no superpowers (she is not even a chi-blocker), but in several episodes, she demonstrates what can only be called SuperStrength, performing feats that would be impossible for men three times her size.

to:

* %%* CharlesAtlasSuperPower: Officially, Asami has no superpowers (she is not even a chi-blocker), but in several episodes, she demonstrates what can only be called SuperStrength, performing feats that would be impossible for men three times her size.
27th Dec '17 8:24:56 AM IdumeanPatriot
Is there an issue? Send a Message

Added DiffLines:

* CharlesAtlasSuperPower: Officially, Asami has no superpowers (she is not even a chi-blocker), but in several episodes, she demonstrates what can only be called SuperStrength, performing feats that would be impossible for men three times her size.
27th Dec '17 7:50:33 AM IdumeanPatriot
Is there an issue? Send a Message

Added DiffLines:

* BothSidesHaveAPoint: Mako and Korra during the Water Tribe Civil War. Korra, a member of the Tribe, is trying to get the Republic involved in the said war on the side she supports, and engages in what ''actually'' amounts to sedition (conspiring with senior officers to flout the civilian government's policy of neutrality) to do so once her legal options are exhausted. Whereas Mako, a Republic citizen and officer in the police, cannot condone this and reveals the plot to the President, who then proceeds to decisively clip the wings of the conspiracy (though Korra herself gets off with a stern warning). The results: Korra is mad at Mako and feels he has betrayed her and her people, who are struggling for their lives against oppression, while Mako is mad at Korra for putting him in an impossible situation and essentially ''expecting'' him to betray ''his own'' country for her. While Korra comes off worse as far as their personal relationship goes, both still have good reasons to act as they do, as each of them is only being loyal to his or her own people.
This list shows the last 10 events of 2193. Show all.
http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/article_history.php?article=Characters.TheLegendOfKorraNewTeamAvatar