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Jul 13 2012 12:00pm

The Legend of Korra: Speculation on Season Two & Beyond

The Legend of Korra: Speculation on Season Two & Beyond

In the category of “best news I’ve heard in a while,” the award goes to…Nickelodeon, for ordering twenty-six more episodes of The Legend of Korra! That is on top of the fourteen “Book Two” episodes, so…let me get my calculator…that means there are forty more episodes of The Legend of Korra!

Since Michael Dante DiMartino and Bryan Konietzko stood firm on a three season story for Avatar: The Last Airbender, we know that they’re willing to stick to their guns when they finish a story arc, which means that they must have something in mind for the rest of The Legend of Korra…but what? I know…let’s wildly speculate and talk about what we want to see in the coming seasons!

A popular theory for a while was that “Book Two” would be the book of "Spirit.” Avatar: The Last Airbender had three “books”—“Water,” “Earth” and “Fire”— and The Legend of Korra completed that cycle with “Book One: Air.” I personally was of the opinion that the next fourteen episode arc would be “Book Two: Spirit” because of my totally wrong theory that Koh the Face-Stealer was behind Amon. Now that there is the possibility of two more books—if they split it like they did the first 26 episodes— they could complete an entire elemental cycle; air, water, earth, fire. That gives them plenty of room to play around.

But what would I actually like to see next season? I’m not talking about plot—I’d like to see The Lieutenant on the City Council, for instance, and for Asami to win at everything—but rather, broader themes for the show to explore.

 

The Legend of Korra: Speculation on Season Two & Beyond

The Spirit World

I didn’t get my heart that set on my Koh the Face-Stealer being the big bad villain; I knew I was shooting from the three-point line, at best. Or whatever the pro-bending equivalent of a three-point throw is. That being said, the episodes featuring the Spirit World in Avatar: The Last Airbender were always some of my favorites. Owl librarians, curmudgeonly monkeys, monstrous panda totems; all that stuff is really fantastic spice to the worldbuilding. Since Korra being closed off to her spiritual side was a major arc in the first season, I think it paves the way for an even bigger role for the spirits in The Legend of Korra than Avatar had. I’d like to see Yue and a whole mess of new spirits—in fact, think Hayao Miyazaki! Korra would make an awesome alternative protagonist to Princess Mononoke or Spirited Away; I would like to see something in that vein.

 

Past Lives

The appearances of Aang in the first season were largely relegated to a single disjointed flashback. That is all well and good—we don’t want to steal the new Avatar’s thunder—but now we have a chance to dig a little deeper. Not just into Aang’s life, as her spiritual guide, but into the thoughts and opinions of Korra’s other incarnations. After “The Endgame,” I was really entranced by the panel of previous Avatars that showed up. I want to know the story behind some of the other Avatars, and I fondly recall Aang going to Roku for guidance, as well as delving deeper into his past lives for answers, especially when faced with an unacceptable ethical choice. Maybe Korra could look to her earlier lives for insight into her romantic situation—that should provide fodder for the ‘shipping mill! What sort of love life do you think Kyoshi had? Probably an awesome one; Kyoshi is the best.

 

The Legend of Korra: Speculation on Season Two & Beyond

Cultural Diversity

I know people talk about wanting to see more of the world, but what I want to see is more of the fringes of the world. What happened to the Foggy Swamp Tribe? Are they still living in their verdant jungle, still bending plants, or have they been displaced? More to the point, what has their culture evolved to become? Have the Sun Warriors been reintegrated into the Fire Nation? Do they serve as the Fire Lord’s personal guard, or have they become tutors, educating firebenders on how to burn without rage? Did the nomadic musicians of “Secret Tunnel” fame start a 60’s-esque social movement in the Earth Kingdom? What is going on in the Si Wong Desert? Have the Beetle-headed merchants become a Dune-like Guild? Are the sandbenders interested in teaching their skills to the new airbenders? What is the art world like? Are the 5-7-5 Society obsolete, or have they become a new hip-hop style of music, or a White Lotus-like secret society? Did the Ember Island Players become famous?

 

The Legend of Korra: Speculation on Season Two & Beyond

More Families

I have this great picture in my head of what it is like in the home of the Fire Lord. Zuko and Mai’s daughter (I think it is great that fandom has dubbed her “Honora”) sits on the throne, and when she comes to a political impasse, she retreats to the forbidden wing of the palace, where crazy Aunt Azula is under perpetual house arrest. There, she takes her evil, insane aunt’s cunning advice, and tries to turn it to the cause of honor and justice.

Meanwhile, a happily retired Zuko has become the font of avuncular wisdom that Uncle Iroh was in Avatar: The Last Airbender. Doesn’t that just seem…right? Similarly…well, we’ve already been promised Tenzin’s brother Bumi, and that is exactly what I mean. Bring on Bumi, bring on Tenzin’s sister Kya! Both as bittersweet callbacks to the first series, but also as foils for Tenzin and his family to play off of. In fact, I’d sort of like to see a bit of elapsed time between seasons, just so Jinora, Ikki and Meelo can grow up a little bit. I want to see the teens and tweens they become, respectively, and I want to see how Korra acts as their role model. For that matter, what about Bolin and Mako? What is their back history? Who is important to them? What about Asami; does she have any other relatives? Who is she going to ally herself to—besides her friends in the Krew—now that she doesn’t have a family?

 

The Legend of Korra: Speculation on Season Two & Beyond

A Change of Pace

I am a big defender of the pacing of “Book One: Air.” I think that it has a very cinematic approach to narrative arcs, and I find some of the complaints about it—not all, mind you, but some—to be a variation on “this is different, I don’t like it!” People tended to compare one short season of Korra to the three long seasons of Last Airbender and that just isn’t fair. The show’s staff branched out and explored different styles of storytelling, and I think they succeeded. The compressed style of storytelling—almost all show, very little tell—really had pop to it. That said, now that we have forty more episodes to play with, I’d like to see Bryke play the long game. Set up plots that won’t be fulfilled for a very long time. Give us anticipation! Give us convoluted mysteries that spool out little by little as the show goes on. They don’t have to abandon the fast paced style—I don’t think they should—but I would like to see them use it as just one of the tools in their kit, in the upcoming seasons.


Mordicai Knode would also like to see an airbender—like Jinora—develop an “advanced technique” in the coming seasons. What do you want to see? Tell Mordicai about it on Twitter or look at his Tumblr for…well, pictures of whatever strikes his fancy.

33 comments
Fade Manley
1. fadeaccompli
All of the above! But what I really want to see plot-wise is:

1) A lot more with Asami. She gave up everything to help her friends do what's right, and stuck to it even when getting awkwardly dumped by her boyfriend in favor of the leader of said friends. And now...does she have control of her father's vast resources? Is she a charity case on the Air island? Is she going to go design an even more awesome mecha that can go into battle? And when will she and Lin get to have a heart-to-heart about not getting too distracted by disappointments in romance?

2) The whole bender/non-bender situation. Sure, the big bad's been taken down, but that doesn't change the essential unfairness of the situation, or the clumsiness it seems to have been handled with. (...as was my syntax there. Sorry.) I'd guess this is going to be either the main or biggest secondary plot for the second half of this season: how do you deal with innate inequality that you can't fix by punching it in the face?
DavidEsmale
2. DavidEsmale
@1 I agree especially with the bender/non-bender situation. In fact I would go a step futher and say that if that conflict wasn't a big part of the next story arc it would be very disappointing. The opening monologue to each episode ends with the line "Only the Avatar can bring balance to the world" (or something very close to that, in case I'm mis-quoting). It should be obvious from the existence and success of the Equalist that there is a serious imbalance between the benders and non-benders of Republic City (and by extension the rest of the world).

That's my big hope for the show: to somehow address (and maybe change) why some people can bend and other can't.
William Frank
3. scifantasy
I have this great picture in my head of what it is like in the home of the Fire Lord. Zuko and Mai’s daughter (I think it is great that fandom has dubbed her “Honora”) sits on the throne, and when she comes to a political impasse, she retreats to the forbidden wing of the palace, where crazy Aunt Azula is under perpetual house arrest. There, she takes her evil, insane aunt’s cunning advice, and tries to turn it to the cause of honor and justice.

Have you by chance read "The Promise," the bridging comic series? Because...heh.
DavidEsmale
4. DarthRachel
I too want to see some time go by between seasons. I have this faint hope that we'll get to follow Korra's entire life in her series. From the beginning to the end.
Fade Manley
5. fadeaccompli
scifantasy @3: I only actually tracked that down recently, after Korra finished, because I was jonesing for more in that universe. And by god now I'm impatient on waiting for the third installment. Because...well...yes. What you said.

DarthRachel @4: I think they'd have a hard time selling the network on that premise, given that this is still supposed to be a show for kids. But getting beloved characters from the previous series as beloved old parents in this series is a good way towards that already, for me.
Mordicai Knode
6. mordicai
1. fadeaccompli

Yeah, I left out specific points, but I want to see how Republic City heals the wounds of the Equalists...we talked a lot about their legitimate grievances & I want to see that addressed! I don't actually need it to be a plot, either-- it could have happened during the interim, in the margin between seasons. & of course, #TeamAsami.
DavidEsmale
7. D3stiny_Sm4sher
I actually also really loved the faster pace of storytelling for Korra's first season. My primary problems were how the writing, narrative, and theming got disjointed and fell apart simpyl for shock value by the end, specifically with the deus ex machina finale episode. The season started off SO strong and potent that it was disappointing to see the finale toss away all of its theming and force a hollow romance out on top of it.

That said, with THREE more seasons left instead of ONE, and more comics coming out featuring the original cast, Avatar fans have plenty to look forward to, and I'm sure the somewhat bitter aftertaste of Book 1's last episode, I'll be glad to see more. If anything, it can't be denied what an amazing production team they have.

I honestly just want to see more actual character development, and yes, more about the adult lives of the original cast and the other things mentioned above. All of that would be great, and now they have plenty of space for it, so I'm sure we'll see at least SOME of the things above become a reality.

It's just going to be a matter of waiting for it. I hope we're looking at a one-year gap between seasons.
Mordicai Knode
8. mordicai
3. scifantasy

I haven't read it yet, on account of just waiting for it to be in a trade paperback collection. I hear there are like, weird romantic entanglements?
DavidEsmale
9. chibimerrick
I also think that most people disagreed with the storytelling pace of Korra because it was "different" and compared it to the previous avatar series too much. I really loved the fast paced, action, to the point, but still episode lingering of questions that LoK brought. I think they should keep it similar to what they've done so far with LoK, and include a bit more prolonged intrigues, just like you said.

I feel that as much as LoK has not explored fully the inequality between benders and non-benders, the story is initially about Korra herself, and her training and coming into the role of an avatar. She was not ready to deal with this HUGE issue yet, and still needed to learn air bending. And all the events in this first season have lead up to that, even her sporty bending adventures, that teach her so many valuable people and teamwork skills. As an avatar, you need to be a part of the world, not reclused like she was for so long. This is also something else that brought her to learning airbending, becoming closer to people not just physically(finghting), but for a cause or for emotions, on top of just the "defend yourself or fight".

Now that she has all four bending, she is by no means closer to restoring balance in this very unbalanced world, and she will need to continue to learn and hone her skills as an avatar, not just a fighter, to be able to resolve this. So there will be MUCH of this going on in the next few seasons I think, with a huge dab of other more serious bending topics that were not as developed in Avatar, and have already been touched in LoK.

Also, yea, you should read "The Promise" ... you are a good guesser there...
DavidEsmale
10. wcarter4
40 +/- more episodes of Korra? Yes please...

I think there's plenty of potential plot lines they could go with. As you said, Korra has just taken her first, tentative step into the spirt world. And I'm willing to bet that whether or not we see Koh there will be repercussions. The world has changed dramatically in the last 170 years (I say 170 because the changes really began with Firelord Sozin's war).

All that new tech, all the destroyed or radically changed environments. It pissed off the panda and the Lady of the Lake in TLAB; one can only imagine what another 70 years of innovation has done to their moods.

That's not even touching the still remaining harsh feelings between benders and non-benders and the various and sundry character relationships.

Dont piss off the panda...
DavidEsmale
11. J Mccaffery
My first instinct was "I wish they knew that from the get-go so they could have slowed the hell down in Book One" but I suspect that maybe part of why it works so well-- I think it's because it's so quick and so serialized. Book two is in the can, isn't it? I wonder how a second season would have influenced it / will influence it.

I think the families are enough as it is-- the inclusion of Tenzin & Katara is perfect, the inclusion of Lin is tolerable, the appearance of Iroh is pushing it (even if it was an awesome party of guitar riffs and explosions)-- I want to see new characters, new places, new stuff! I want more interface with the mythology of the first series and less interface with the characters from the first series. I love those guys, and while it's nice seeing Sokka all grown up with a beard it's not, like, surprising. Of course that dude and all his friends turned out OK. I was paying attention the first time.
DavidEsmale
12. dukeruckley
I think it would be interesting if the next few seasons repeated the cycle, but with the more difficult aspects of each element. In other words, now that we've completed Air, we head back to water. What does Korra need to learn with Water? Bloodbending of course. So the next season would be Blood, then Metal, and finally Lightning if there is a fourth season. For Blood, the writers could delve deeply into the moral issues behind bloodbending, even more so than we've already been given.

Another thing I'd like to see is the invention of a new form of Airbending, since we don't really have an enhanced form of it yet. I think soundbending, or more specifically shockwaves, could be a neat idea.

It'll be interesting to see where the writers take us.
Fade Manley
13. fadeaccompli
mordicai @8: I hear there are like, weird romantic entanglements?

*sporfles coffee*

As of book two of the three...no, not in the slightest. Definitively established romantic relationships from the end of the series continue to progress in a variety of entirely plausible ways, as running subplots, and...that's about it, as romance goes.
DavidEsmale
14. Lsana
I too, would sort of like to see the spirit world, but I'm hesitant because I wonder if part of what made the spirit world so cool was the fact that it was mysterious. If we started dealing with spirits on a weekly basis (as we'd almost have to if we had a Book 2: Spirit), would it lose what makes it neat? That being said, I do think spending some serious time dealing with the spirit world could be cool. Given the airbending she showed in the finale, it seems Korra more or less pwns the physical side at this point, but she's still taking baby-steps in the spirit world. Making her deal with powerful spirits who don't care that she's the Avatar or that she can fly, create ice walls, block with stones, and throw fireballs all at once, could make for an interesting challenge.

As far as other big things, two that I would like to see explored:

Consequences of the genocide of the air nomads.

Why was Korra able to bend fire and earth without being taught? Nothing we've seen about the other Avatars suggested that they had any natural gifts for elements other than their own (Aang and Roku certainly couldn't). What does it mean that she did?
DavidEsmale
15. Lydia Blue
Honestly, I just want someone to call Mako out on the way he treated Asami AND Korra. You're confused? Great, step back from the situation and figure it out. Kissed a girl that isn't your girlfriend? Maybe apologize.

Bolin and Asami need more airtime, Korra needs more character development (Did she learn anything this season? I don't think she did), and in general, THEY NEED MORE WRITERS. Fast paced is all very well, but it wasn't consistent. The story moved at a slower pace for the first half of the season. It stepped up and hurled us through the second half. It ignored character development and plot time to forward a really shitty romance.

I hope they REALLY step up their game in the second season. They took the easy way out for the Amon arc, and if they can't face up to that fact, we are into three more seasons of something that is sub-par. I'm not saying Korra was bad (Far from it, I criticize because I love), but I am saying that they can do better. A lot better.

They started off so strong, too. ):
Scott Silver
16. hihosilver28
@13. fadeaccompli
Actually there are some hints that between A:TLA and Korra, relationships might not have continued like we assumed. Read the two books again and pay close attention to the end of Vol.2. But if that's what you meant by plausible, then yes, it is plausible, just not what everyone necessarily expected at the end of the original series.

@15. Lydia Blue
Wait, you think more writers will result in a more consistent story? You've heard the saying of too many cooks in the kitchen, right? I would much rather watch a show that has a firm hand at the tiller such as Korra, Breaking Bad, and The Wire.
DavidEsmale
17. wcarter4
@14 Lsana

Actually Aang bended a significant amount of water and ice in either the second or third episode of the first season burying Zuko's ship. He also water bended along with Katara in the water scroll episode before he had any formal training.

I think the personalities of the Avatars affects what they can and cannot easily do before their training is complete. Korra is passionate, somewhat stubborn and competitive. Her passion and stubborn streak allowed her to firebend and earthbend at an early age.

Her concrete thinking on the otherhand shut her off completetly from air bending and the spirit world aspects of being the Avatar until she reached her Nadir.

It's interesting to note that Korra used firebending in her fights almost as much as she does waterbending whereas Aang relied on Airbending far more than the other elements combined.

Aang was a much more lateral thinker and well..a monk. He could slip in and out of the Avatar state based purely off his emotions prior to the botched chakra training with Guru Pathik and was able to send himself into the spirit world almost at will. Aang's trouble was with Earthbending because he was in many ways quiet timid and not used to the assertiveness necessary for that style
Mordicai Knode
18. mordicai
12. dukeruckley

That "Blood, Lightning, Metal" thing is a really good idea; I dunno that it is Korra's story though? I see it as like, a Cold War Avatar, in a standoff between two super powers, studying all the horrible secret lore of yesteryear...
DavidEsmale
19. Lsana
@17,

Aang was in the Avatar state, wasn't he, when he was going after Zuko's ship? I always got the impression that the Avatar state gives the Avatar access to powers he might not have otherwise.

And he did have training in the water scroll episode--from Katara. No, she wasn't a great teacher, because all she could do was show him what she'd figured out by herself, and yeah, he caught on pretty quickly, but it seems to me that's a big difference from spontaneously earth and firebending at age two.
DavidEsmale
20. RobinM
Oh Boy! I can't wait for more LOK. I want more family Zuko, Bumi everybody. I'd like to explore more about the Airbenders are AAngs family the only ones? Also where did the new flying bison come from? Last I looked their weren't any lady bison. The Avatar brings balance to the world but what does that mean to a non-bender? Last but not least we can always use more Mechs!
Mordicai Knode
21. mordicai
Woah, sorry everyone, I think I passed out from excitement after seeing everyone's tweets & tumblrs while the Legend of Korra panel was going at Comic-Con. I am freaking out over here!

20. RobinM

In the "Art of Avatar: the Last Airbender" book they said they had thought about ending the series with Aang discovering that Appa was actually a girl & had been pregnant all this time. Not to say that is canon, but it is a possible path; then again, so is discovering a lost herd as an endangered species somewhere, like what happened with Momo.

Wait, does this mean that The Legend of Korra's version of the Loch Ness Monster was probably a herd of sky bison?
Mordicai Knode
22. mordicai
13. fadeaccompli
&
16. hihosilver28


Regarding romantic entanglements, I rolled my eyes at Tumblr when people were like "Zuko & Mai had a fight! Zuko & Ty Lee were flirting!" but that was the vibe I picked up. Glad to hear I am mistaken. Like I said, I am excited for it, but I only really by trade paperback collections of comics. Start buying floppies &...well, that way lies, not madness, but...long boxes. I don't have room in my life for long boxes & I vastly prefer the trade collection as a medium for readability & shelf life, anyhow.

15. Lydia Blue

I agree that Mako needs fixin'. I said before-- I think Mako & Korra have a lot in common with Scott Pilgrim & Ramona. Both need to get their stuff in order. Korra, I'll point out, is the Scott in this analogy. Just so we are clear.

I'm certainly not of the same negative opinion as you are on the second half-- see the "pacing" issue I talked about-- but I am definitely in concord with Bolin having more screen time. Dude needs a major arc...but then, Sokka was in the same place, & they pulled that off with style. Like I've said before, I trust the creators. As for Asamai-- I mean, she learned that her dad was evil? & that all her cerebral training can actually help her out in a fight. I dunno, I think her arc was front loaded, but also, she had to fight against...well, misogynist assumptions from the audience. I agree though, that season two will be her time to shine. Wait, she shined in season one, too!
Mordicai Knode
23. mordicai
4. DarthRachel

If we see Korra's whole life-- an interesting idea for sure-- we'd have to assume that the next Avatar is going to have a tragic end, huh? Anyhow, I don't know about her whole life-- as 5. fadeaccompli says, it would be hard to convince the network-- but it is a cool idea. I'm trying to think of ways to make it work-- Teen, Young Adult, then what, motherhood? Or not, maybe Korra doesn't want kids. I'm just trying to think of how Nick would go with it-- Korra as the Avatar maybe has kids of each bending type? Helping re-vitalize the airbenders? & then the show would follow her kids with her "mama grizzly" sweeping in to just save the day? I dunno, that should could would, but I don't think The Legend of Korra is that show.
DavidEsmale
24. annonomus
id like to see korra learn how to metal bend, lighning, and althogh illegal but blood blend that way she is a challenge for all evil. I woul also like her to develope a type of bending. like tof did in the first series of the avatar. then it would really increase my interest
Fade Manley
25. fadeaccompli
mordicai @22: Well, without going into too many spoilers, Zuko and Mai did have a fight, and...it struck me as a fairly plausible minor development in the overall plot based on how things were going so far. Aang and Katara continue to be in love. DRAMA! ...except, you know, not really drama. Less relationship drama than the Korra season, for sure. It's more like the writers remembered continuity and let things continue to develop--and none of that is main plot, just subplot.
Mordicai Knode
26. mordicai
7. D3stiny_Sm4sher
&
9. chibimerrick

Well they said at Comic-Con that it would be four books-- that the new 26 episode block would be split into two-- which is a good sign for the fast paced style. I still do think that they should lay down some seeds that only sprout later-- but I am sure they don't need my advice. I just think about how Suki came back from a small role in the fourth episode, I'm just thinking about how Toph became past of the Gaang, I'm just saying-- they are good at recycling threads & good at re-using character...& good at charting out long stories that are subtle & blossom in the background. I'm excited!

11. J Mccaffery

I don't really want Gaang story, you are right, but I like seeing them. I don't care about their saga so much-- as you said, I paid attention the first time!-- but I liked the flashbacks. I certainly don't mind Kya, Bumi & above all Tenzin...the generational aspect is interesting to me, because...well, because the airbenders are all directly related to Aang, for one thing & because it is weird to see your husband or dad reincarnated. Without a doubt, you know?
Mordicai Knode
27. mordicai
10. wcarter4
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14. Lsana

I think you can do the Spirit World without demystifying it. I dunno, maybe this is my background as a Dungeon Master, but you can make the Otherworld really pop by having rules in the back of your head...but never saying them outloud. It makes everything hang together-- the audience 'gets' it-- but doesn't demystify it. Sort of my opinion on "magic systems," too; once you spell it out (no pun intended) it becomes pseudoscience, not magic...but that doesn't mean you can't have relationships & tugs of an underlying pattern.
DavidEsmale
28. Fortress Guy
The spirit world hardly played a part, anhd Korra's sudden learning of airbending did not imply to us any growth.

It is not easy trying to follow up such a successful and unique series as the original Avatar was.

Here is our take on it with lots o pics if you are interested:

http://fortresstakes.wordpress.com/2012/11/03/the-legend-of-korra-2012-season-1-12-episodes/
DavidEsmale
29. Tesh
@43 "Maybe Asami could go into a jealous rage and become the new villain in the second season :)"

I think that's a legitimate story direction, actually. We've seen redemption stories aplenty (my favorite kind, incidentally), but we haven't see one of Team Avatar fall into villainy. I'd hope she finds redemption in the end if they go that way (not like Jet, though), but having "One of Our Own" go sour, as it were, could prove to be interesting.

...I suspect it's unlikely in this case, though. Silly as it may seem, I think it may be more likely they make Asami into that "AsamiBatman" sort of technohero, maybe even complete with some sort of "techbending" either to mimic element bending or complement it in some way. There's plenty to play with there as well.
DavidEsmale
30. Tesh
Ah, wrong thread on that comment, sorry. At least it's somewhat relevant, though...
Mordicai Knode
31. mordicai
29. Tesh

I for one welcome our new MechaAsamiBatman overlord.
DavidEsmale
32. Aberson10
The creators of Avatar should read this:
please create seasons and episodes continuing from the story of the last episode of book 3of Avatar the last airbender. Hundreds of my friends and I are really disappointed that book 4 starts from 70 years after book 3! All Avatar fans desire to know what happened to Aang and Katarra and the story of the new family they created together, same with Soka and his girlfriend, and toph with her partner, and if you look on the internet (forums/blogs), you will find millions of Avatar fans begging and pleading about whether Zuko finds his mum. so please, create episodes continuing from the story of the last episode of book 3 of Avatar the last airbender. Many Avatar fans have turned their backs and shunned upon 'legend of kora', its just not the same and as good as Avatar the last airbender. -sincerely, all Avatar fans.
Mordicai Knode
33. mordicai
32. Aberson10

I don't know that you speak for all Avatar fans; certainly not for me. As much as I adore the Gaang, part of what makes their story so powerful is that it has an end. & I certainly haven't shunned Legend of Korra, for that matter. That said, you might want to look into Gene Yang's Avatar comics; it is dealing with the search for Zuko & Azula's mother, so it might be right up your alley.

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