I’ve also been thinking a lot lately about what it means to call this show The Legend of Korra. It’s not like The Last Airbender, where the show title revolves around the fact or condition of his character. A legend implies a historical event or figure so famous that fact blends with myth. Korra becomes something so much more than herself, and so much more than any other Avatar, except maybe Wan (who’s story seemed to be all but lost anyway).
Just something interesting to think about.
ming hua’s death was shocking
p’li’s death was mind blowing
and ghazan’s suicide was earth shattering
"Korra, it was a trick! They’re not here! Don’t turn yourself over!"
|Zaheer:||Minion, the poison.|
|Minion:||Oh, right, the poison for Korra. The poison chosen especially to kill Korra. Korra's poison.|
Today we welcome the first airbending master in a generation, and I couldn’t be more proud of my daughter. When the existence of our people was threatened, when the avatar’s life hung in the balance, Jinora never gave up hope. Thanks to her leadership, I see a very bright future for the air nation. Of course there would be no air nation without avatar Korra. She opened the portals and somehow the world began anew for us, and she was even willing to lay down her own life in order to protect ours. There’s no way we can ever repay her for all she’s done, but we can follow her example of service and sacrifice. So while she recuperates, the air nation will reclaim its nomadic roots and roam the earth. But unlike our ancestors, we will serve people of all nations, working wherever there is corruption and discord, to restore balance and peace. Avatar Korra, I vow that we will do everything in our power to follow in your footsteps and bring harmony to the world. Now, let us anoint the master who will help lead us in our new path. Master Jinora.
Korra vs Zaheer