5 reasons to watch The legend of Korra
24-03-2021 • Nerd • by Sofia A
So, you know about "Avatar: the last airbender". (And if you don't, you need to click here).

Assuming you already watched this series and that you're not sure if you want to watch "Avatar: the legend of Korra", which is a sort of sequel/spin-off of the series, here you have 5 reasons why you should watch it!

WARNING: THIS ARTICLE CONTAINS SPOILERS FOR AVATAR: THE LAST AIRBENDER!

You have been warned.

So, why should you watch "the legend of Korra"?
1-TO GO BACK TO THE AVATAR UNIVERSE

Admit it, you can't wait to go back. You've fallen in love, and now you NEED to go back to the Avatar universe, you feel it in your soul. The remedy? Watch "the legend of Korra"!

2-TO SEE SOME AIRBENDING TRAINING

In "Avatar: the last airbender" we've seen Aang training in three out of four elements.

We didn't see much of his airbending training since he was an air nomad, but Korra is actually a girl from the Southern Water Tribe and we'll see her training in airbending! (and maybe not only her, but you gotta watch it to find out!).

I love seeing her development, especially because air is the element she has the most difficulties in, which makes it very interesting!
3-TO HAVE AN OLDER AVATAR

While Aang was 12 (okay, 112, but, biologically, he was 12), Korra is 17. It felt very cool to me because I was around 12 when I was watching "Avatar: the last airbender" and I was 17 when I watched "Avatar: the legend of Korra".

I feel like I grew up with the Avatar universe.

4-TO SEE AANG'S CHILDREN

That's right, Aang and Katara had children and you'll see them in this series. Buuut, I won't tell you how many they are or what elements they bend. You gotta watch it to find out...

5-TO LEARN MORE ABOUT THE AVATAR'S STORY

Avatar: the legend of Korra brings a lot of new information about the Avatar; what is his/her origin, etc... It's so cool understanding more things about this world!

So there you have it friends! I hope you'll watch this awesome series!

See you next time, byeee.

Illlustrations by Gabriela