That's kind of what I meant.>"muh Avatar duties" = unnecessary violence in situations little is known about
This is why she is a bad Avatar and a bad character. She always rushes into this shit in the worst way possible. Honestly this wouldn't be bad if she would acknowledge and improve upon it, which she could have and should have done during season 2, which season 1 kind of lead up to, but she never learns.
What's worse is that the way the show is it seems like she isn't MEANT to learn anything, and that we are supposed to be 100% behind her decisions.
The whole show is a golden opportunity for a great character; Korra the antithesis of Aang, an avatar who doesn't spend enough time pondering things and jumps straight to violence. An Avatar who, by making mistakes and putting lives and the whole world in danger with her mistakes, learns that she has to focus on the spiritual, meditative side of her role as the Avatar. Instead she just sees the Avatar thing as justification for jumping into every conflict the same way despite having done it all before and fucked it all up before.
Sorry this got a little long and heated. It just pisses me off how this show had so much potential but ended up as such blatant shit.