A sequel to the series Avatar: The Last Airbender, The Legend of Korra is an American animated television series that is set in a fictional universe where most people can manipulate the elements of water, earth, fire or air. Its lead character, Korra, is the successor of Aang from The Last Airbender and is portrayed as a strong woman who struggles against political and spiritual unrest in a contemporary world. The series has been a success since it was aired and has been praised by critics because of its high production values and depth. Here is a list of 25 things you should know about The Legend of Korra:
avatarthelastairbenderonline.com The first element (besides water) that Korra learned was fire. Her knowledge in fire bending resulted in a series of fights between Tonraq and Senna, and it was from these fights that she started to show signs of both water and earth bending.
www.ign.com Korra’s first and only encounter with cactus juice was with her friend Bumi. This encounter led to a series of events, such as her and Bumi’s going on a trip to the healer, getting a tattoo of a fire ferret on her thigh, getting a bitter aftertaste that unfortunately lasted for about a week, and receiving a two hour lecture from Tenzin.
en.wikipedia.org Amon, the mysterious yet charismatic leader of the anti-bender group Equalists, was born Noatak. His name was taken from a city and a river in Alaska.
rebloggy.com Katara wasn’t always a star cast in all the Avatar series, but it is quite interesting that her character would always show up in the season finale of each show, including The Legend of Korra.