If you were suggested to watch the legend of Korra in order or developed a personal interest in watching the series. But not aware of the exact order, then don’t worry. You’ve landed on the right page.
The Legend of Korra is a series with multiple sequels released in different time frames. If you don’t watch them in the exact order, then you might either don’t understand what is actually happening or you might lose interest.
The first series to this sequel was released in the year 2005. This sequel was named to be Avatar: The Last Airbender and consisted of three seasons. Later, they unveil another protagonist Korra. This series was aired in the name, “The legend of Korra” and the final season was aired in the year 2014, after which the entire sequel came to an end.
What Is The Order to This Entire Sequel?
This entire sequel can be divided into two parts for better understanding. The first part would be “Avatar: The Last Airbender” and the next would be “Avatar: The Legend of Korra”.
Avatar: The Last Airbender
This series was initially released in the year 2005. It has a total of three seasons, each season with around 20 episodes.
Season 1 is about the discovery of a young boy Aang, the last of the Airbender. With the war tension prevailing among the nations of air, water, earth, and fire; Aang is the only person who can restore peace and harmony.
Season 2 is about Aang learning to master the earth and water bending. He begins to prepare himself to protect the three nations against fire.
Season 3 is where all the breakouts and invasions begin to happen. Aang, Katara, and Sokka fight against the fire nation, and finally, Aang gets to face off with the Fire Lord.
This entire sequel came to an end in 2008. It is also notable that, after this series, a movie named “The Last Airbender” was released in the year 2010, which was thrashed by the audience for its poor quality.
Avatar: The Legend of Korra
This series was introduced to the audience in the year 2012, and it has a total of four seasons.
Season 1 is about the discovery of Korra belonging to the water tribe. She moves out to learn air bending but eventually ends up in trouble. This series is famously known as Book one: Air and has a total of 12 episodes.
Season 2 aka Book Two: Spirits is more about exploring the spiritual world apart from bending techniques. Korra fights against the evil and also declares that the southern water tribe is an independent state from the northern tribe.
Season 3 aka book three: Change mostly happens in the Earth nation. This is about how Korra decides to sacrifice herself in order to save the air benders. Later, she ends up wounded but still saves the air benders.
Season 4 aka book four: Balance is about Korra gradually recovering from her wounds in the prior season. She fights the antagonist of the season and once again enjoys victory. The season ends as if Korra and her friend take a walk in the spirit land.
Where to Watch?
This entire sequel is available on Amazon Prime Video. If you are to watch the entire sequel, then watch in the exact order to get the actual essence of the series.
This sequel is a great time pass to kids as well as fictional story lovers. The seasons are short and crisp and the characters were brilliantly written to entertain the audience.