On the outside, Korra is tough, hot-headed character who is mentally strong. But at the point when she turned into a child, Korra was alone, powerless and terrified. Korra was scared and confused; she felt almost childish on the inside because of how helpless she was. As a result, her emotions of feeling childish and inexperienced became a reality and she was physically portrayed as a child. What this did was symbolize just how vulnerable she was at the time. But once Korra realized that she would be able make it to the Spirit Portals and fulfill her goal, she transformed back the confident, headstrong teenager she really is. Rather than allowing Korra to show her emotions at a basic level, the episode took the scenario much deeper and showed how Korra truly felt.” (read more)


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The Avatar World | Spirit Animals

The Dragon Bird
The dragon bird spirit resembles the Fenghuang, the “Chinese phoenix”, a mythological bird that is considered emblematic of the Empress. It is frequently paired with the dragon, the symbol of the Emperor, and while it represents Yin, it has the Yang qualities of light and heat.




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"My mission will always be to use Raava’s light spirit to guide the world toward peace and balance. Harmonic convergence has caused a shift in the planet’s energy. I can feel it. Things will never be the same again. We are entering a new age."


"My mission will always be to use Raava’s light spirit to guide the world toward peace and balance. Harmonic convergence has caused a shift in the planet’s energy. I can feel it. Things will never be the same again. We are entering a new age."