WMG for The Legend of Korra. Now split in the following sections:
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The Cabbage Merchant
The Cabbage Merchant in the new series will also be the foaming mouth guy.The Cabbage Merchant had a daughter who ended up marring the foaming mouth guy after the end of the series. When The Cabbage Merchant dies the foaming mouth guy takes up his business to make his wife happy. He ends up having a son who inherits the foaming mouth guy's... foaming mouth. He also takes up the family business. Now whenever Korra and her gang destroy the cabbage cart, the new Cabbage Merchant has a seizure.
"Cabbages guy" will have a reincarnationPreferably female and younger. She will appear in one episode, or maybe a few, as a ditzy successor to a cabbage shop who is having troubles adapting and living up to her families expectations.
The cabbage merchant will be the one who started the whole anti bending group.The cabbage merchant after suffering again and again from the actions of even the "good benders" gets disgusted and realizes that the only way cabbage merchants' cabbages will be safe is by ending bending.
The Cabbage Vender's ancestor will come back as a good guy.Except he will retain his Buttmonkey status and basically be treated as badly as Bakura was in Yu-Gi-Oh abridged.
Korra herself is the Cabbage Guy's descendant.Eternally conflicted between her Avatar duties and her cabbage-selling family. Angst will ensue upon destruction of cabbages.
The cabbage merchant's luck turned around after the war ended, and he is now the richest old man in Republic City.He will have made his fortune exporting cabbages to the Fire Nation and North Pole, where they are used in exotic foreign dishes. After a lifetime of successful cabbage selling, he retired in Republic City and now considers joining the White Lotus Society.
The cabbage man's descendant lives in a van down by the river.
The Cabbage Merchant's legacy will take the form of a Starbucks-like cabbage franchise.It was started by the Cabbage Merchant's illustrious descendants, eager to make a profit from their ancestor's secret formula for the perfect cabbage. True to form, practically Once per Episode , Korra will somehow damage one of the many shops in the franchise.
Amon will be the descendant of Cabbage Guy.He seeks revenge upon all benders for the (multiple) loss(es) of his ancestor's cabbage cart(s), which ultimately led to his financial ruin and his family's Start of Darkness.
Tenzin and the Cabbage Merchant's descendent will have a Vitriolic Best Buds-type of relationshipIt will involve Aang trying to make peace with the Cabbage Merchant after the trouble they've caused him during the war. However, Tenzin will steadily grow to find the child of the CM increasingly annoying. Years later, in Republic City, the Cabbage Merchant's child will become a successful lemon merchant while Tenzin has trouble living up to his father's legacy (that or was forced into hiding because of the anti-bender faction). The lemon merchant then does whatever he/she can to cheer up their childhood pal... by giving Tenzin lemons. Korra will happen upon the poor unfortunate moment where Tenzin will snap because "I don't want your damn lemons, what the hell am I supposed to do with these?". He will then proceed to force Korra into making the lemons explode with firebending—to the point where it becomes a technique. If the friendship is Type A, the lemon merchant will remain oblivious to the malice and just think Tenzin is confused. If the friendship is Type B, however, the lemon merchant is secretly avenging his father and is gleeful at the absolute irritation it causes for Tenzin.
Bumi when introduced will take on the role of the Cabbage merchentBeing the only decedent of an airbender, let alone two powerful benders, who isnt a bender you can tell the universe loves to screw with him
Cabbage Corp will become a Mega Corp now that Hiroshi Sato's been outed as an Equalistand in revenge against the Equalists for setting him him/the Krew actually saving his corp/a cabbage cart that's an heirloom, he gives them a brand new car... that's shapped like cabbage or is actually beautiful, but a lemon.
This world's Cabbage is our world's Babbage.One of the members of the Cabbage family, or at the very least an employee of Cabbage Corp, will invent the first proto-computer.
Everyone is Batman
No one is Batman.. but Bolin is the Fearless Ferret
Zuko's son, a Badass Normal who will be voiced by Will Friedle, will be the new Blue Spirit, and he will be a recurring character and The Ace.
Korra is a NinjaA guy can dream can't he.
Korra will become something even more awesome than BatmanShe will become BAT WARTHOG MAN!. It's the best two-animal combo (and thus, in the Avatarverse, it must exist).
Korra takes place in the same universe as Batman BeyondHere's some of the parallels between this series and Batman Beyond. Namely, the large time gap between the two Sequel Series, the new hero gets an older mentor.
Mako will lose his firebending.He will actually become Batman.
At least one of the writers is a Batman fanAnd they're throwing in references left and right. They're also a really big Batman Beyond fan. Evidence:
Everyone is a creation of Alan Moore
Amon is BatmanAmon is a Badass Normal that watched his parents die and swore revenge. He uses fear to control and get advantages over his enemies, and his biggest ally/side-kick is another Badass Normal that uses duel Escrima Sticks and acrobatics in combat (a la Nightwing).
DebunkedObviously everyone is not Batman, because Lin Beifong is clearly Spider-Man.
No one alive is BatmanBecause Sokka was Batman!
Amon is Bane from The Dark Knight RisesSeriously think of the similarities.
The Blue Spirit reappears as BatmanGiven everything the average non-bender in Republic City seems to take, not least Tarrlok trying to round up a bunch of them due to guilt by assosciation, even the non-benders that weren't pro-equalist probably feel betrayed by the authorities, given that every policeman in the City is, by definition, a powerful bender, and every council member is as well. Therefore, it's likely that one (or several) young non-benders decided they needed to protect their own and, inspired by the legendary non-bender rebel (since Zuko's hardly likely to tell everyone it was him) the Blue Spirit, decided to protect his people and the non-bender neighbourhoods we've seen. He'll likely be a seriously Badass Normal vigilante who dislikes benders and, when he inevitably meets Team Avatar, will probably tell them This Is My Side and to leave him alone. He may get better and join the team, or may just be forced to work with them sometimes when their aims overlap.