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I’m one of the Mako-white-lotus-member tribe.
And I’m proud of it.
Hi Pencilpaperpassion! I am you Secret Santa! I hope you like it. Happy Holidays! :D
OMG, I am SO sorry for seeing this so late, but thank you so much!!! It’s SO cute, I love it! AHhh, I’m smiling so big right now, omfg.
IF YOU THINK I’M GOING TO STOP SHIPPING MAKORRA AHAHAAHAHAH YOU IS SO FUNNY.
Enjoy everyone~! <3
DID YOU SEE MAKO GET HIT IN THE CHEST WITH THAT BOLT OF LIGHTNING?!?! I THOUGHT HE WAS ZAPPED LIKE ZUKO
ohhhh my god my heart was in my throat for that whole scene I was practically screaming “NOT MY SON” at the screen
In the show or in the fandom - either way, I want to know what the best part of this ride was for you!
It’s fo 4 am here in Italy and I’m trying to stay awake to watch Korra’s finale.
So I’m making Makorra stuff. Makorra is my coffee.
So in the summer of 2011, after the SDCC Korra panel, I started this little blog because I figured “Hey, they’d look good together. Why not?”
Three years later, here we are, and I just want to say thank you to you guys, from the bottom of my heart. I’m so glad I got to share this ship and this journey and this show with you.
This isn’t the end. And I can’t wait to see what’s next
(If you want some major nostalgia, here’s a link to the very last page of this blog, with posts immediately after the 2011 SDCC panel)