Despite some other flirtations, Zuko's strongest relationship was with Mai, the daughter of a powerful Fire Nation governor and his sister's childhood friend. Korra witnesses something in the middle of the night that causes her to reevaluate her own relationship with Asami. So much so that I devoted the better part of a weekend to writing this manifesto. Korra, as our irascible heroine, was prone to fits of emotion that caused problems for her later on. That's part of why some people argued that the final scene wasn't romantic at all before Bryan and Mike's tumblr posts, because they honestly interpreted it that way, not because they disliked Korrasami as a ship. Mako's face was a mixture of surprise and confusion. For me at least, Korra does not begin to realize she loves Asami until those last few moments of the final episode.
Bryan Konietzko has admitted that his design of Asami's hair was taken heavily from Hayworth's own gorgeously abundant mass of hair. She manages to break free, disarm many of Tokuga's men, and hijack their airship. Where we are today, is not where we were last week. For me at least, it's easy enough to see when and why Asami's attraction to Korra begins: it's in seeing this vulnerability within the Avatar's incredible power, and finding herself deeply invested in her ability to help. However, this was not originally going to be the case. But she doesn't stay mad for very long.
Korra glanced at Asami and smiled. They just needed to grow the romantic side of it before they could be madly, openly in love. In any case, this particular discussion started when I said I don't think Korra fell in love with Asami, not that I don't think their relationship is romantic. Good friends could just hold each other's hands and gaze lovingly into each other's eyes too, right? I definitely remember that hand clutch. The show didn't not state that they had a relationship or could have one in the future. Marrying Ozai broke Ursa in every way.
She liked pro-bending and Mako so much that she convinced her father, then head of Future Industries, to sponsor the Fire Ferrets, Korra, Mako, and Bolin's pro-bending team. We all have an idea of what the perfect relationship should be like, and I imagine that for most of us it involves equality in all things. However, for some, this was not enough. She traveled back to the South Pole to work with the best healers and get better. Together, this couple had incredible children who went on to save the world. For Korra and Asami, this was exactly the case. And two, that they just weren't a couple yet and Korra was being appropriately close to someone she considered a friend.
The drama between Korra and Mako only complicated the relationships in their friend group and hurt people more than it made them happy. Asami was so polished, it is impossible to believe that her design was not taken into careful consideration when the show's creators first conceived of her character. She was happy to admit that her assumptions were wrong. The one person she felt that she could turn to was Asami. Normally, I would call this inane. During that time, though, Asami and Korra learned a lot about one another and even became very close friends.
Its divisive casting decisions and dissimilitude from the beloved cartoon television show that it is based on caused fans to rage against it. While Korra and Asami do have a lot of conflicting traits, they line up perfectly when it comes to ideals and world views. However, after the Harmonic Convergence, a bunch of new airbenders popped up. So from the simple definition of the words: No. I want to touch on two theories that have been passed around, and then talk about a different theory. When they were younger, Lin Beifong and Tenzin spent a lot of time together -- so much so, in fact, that the two fell in love.
Maybe you should make another deviation close to this? Though other people might be surprised by how passionate, serious, and intense they can be, they match each other in that fire. As best friends turned crushes, the pair grew as companions but eventually started to become more. Korra and Asami have had four seasons worth of interaction with each other, with two specifically designed to suggest a romantic attraction between them. Although as the recent posts have stated, I do believe you need to add more Asami in. And ghosts who live in her head and like to pop up and give her advice while she's trying to fight crime. Their pairing did great things for sympathizing with Avatars and creating the heroes fans loved. The people of the Water Tribe are the best healers, particularly Katara and her daughter, Kya.
Two great examples are Sokka and Suki. But at this moment, Korra initiates it and invites her on a vacation. During that time, Mako met Asami Sato and fell head over heels. Tenzin, the youngest son of Avatar Aang, was his only child born as an airbender. It's not an objective fact in the context of what was on screen.
Instead of using this opportunity to turn his life around, he warped his sons by telling them that they had to avenge him and destroy the Avatar. As often happens when creating a character from scratch, you throw around a ton of ideas and then collect the best working aspects of the conglomeration and trim it down to an understandable person. For these two strong women, the progression worked for them and helped build a great foundation for their romantic relationship. For both women, it was a revolutionary comfort to be able to enjoy their love without the threat of the world falling apart around them. They basically told the creator he could have whatever he wanted if he would just not leave and never work with them after the way they treated him in the production of Korra. Jinora On their way out, holding hands, they ran into Jinora, who looked up at them and smiled.