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Thats why I liked Amon. too be fair neither of your examples challenged the Avatar. Sozin was attacking the Earthkingdom and Yakone was fleeing the city
Just realized I refered to firelord Ozai as Sozin
Amon may be out as the main adversary for Korra but Hiroshi may be still in the game. Therefore, I see Hiroshi as Korra's main adversary in Season 2.
I just feel like it would be more of the same as this season, though. The machines were part of Amon's plan and the only reason they would be used is because the threat came from non-benders again. I'm ready for some epic bending matches again, which is one thing I missed from the first series this time around. I sort of like the idea of light- and shadowbending, but I don't think it would translate well. I just think it would be very awesome to see an opponent who is the same and opposite of Korra in every way (it doesn't have to be a Dark Avatar per se, but the idea is still the same). I thought that someone could be Amon, but them making him a bender in the end kind of took away from that.
|Amon is dead, Hiroshi captured, and it's a good assumption that Amon killed the Lieutenant. |
We'll definitely be looking at new villains for season 2.
I hope the Equalist movement isn't entire dead though. They do not need to be antagonists anymore or the main focus on the show, but their message was powerful and was a gray issue as oppose to the clear good and evil in the original series. I would disappointed if the movement just fell apart, because Amon was a fraud.
It would nice if next season we hear Tenzin or someone else from the council mention they are trying to negotiate with the Equalists or that they are trying to make Republic City more welcoming and fair for non-benders.Does anyone know if the creators will be attending Comic Con this year? It would nice to get some hints at what is in store for next season. Hell I would want to know what type of villains they are plannning to introduce next.
it is a kids show remember it just means the deaths we do see are more important (Tarlok and Amon)