God, look at the indecision on Lin’s face.
Like, on one hand she wants to redeem herself because of everyone getting hurt by the Equalists because the entire safety of the match was on HER hands. She promised to take responsibility of the safety of the arena, but well, we know how that turned out.
And on the other, she knows that if she doesn’t save Korra, Tenzin will never forgive her, and things will never go back “like old times”. I don’t know exactly what happened with them in the past, but it seems like there’s a disconnection on both sides, not only on Lin’s part. Also, Korra’s the AVATAR. She has absolutely no qualms about the Avatar (if not only for her overconfident “I’m the Avatar and I can do whatever I want” attitude she was having in the first episode). Lin knows that the Avatar is supposed to restore balance and make things better. She has a better chance to stop Amon if both of them goes and tries to stop him than if she were to go alone.
But like, she sacrificed her PRIDE to stop the Equalists, and if we know something about her from her mother, that’s really something to talk about.
I don’t know, just what I feel when watching this. I just have an overload of feels right now. That episode was fucking intense as fuck. I want it in my hands in HD. God DAMNIT halfway over the season ;A;