Sep 11 2013 11:50am

The Final Legend of Korra: Book 2 Trailer is Here!

Dark spirits are invading the South. Korra’s family is in danger. Will she tap into the teachings of the Avatars to become the bridge between her world and that of the spirits? The final trailer for Legend of Korra: Book 2 is here, and it’s both eerie and uplifting in the best possible way.

This season, subtitled “Spirits,” has already promised to explore Korra’s family history, and it looks like we’re also getting an introduction to Wan, the First Avatar! Check out the full trailer below!

1. Lsana
So, by "Friday", do they actually mean "this Friday, two days from now, fangirls start your countdowns"? I hate to get too excited about a trailer, but this had so many potentially cool storylines mentioned. *squeeee* Okay, maybe I'm a little excited.

One nit, though: "Book 2: Spirit." Wasn't the first season of LoK "Book 4"? Am I missing something for how we got to Book 2?
Chris Nelly
2. Aeryl
It's been awhile since I've watched it, but I'm pretty sure it was Book 1: Air"

I can't wait!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Scott Silver
3. hihosilver28
Yeah, it was "Book 1: Air".

Aeryl, I had forgotten that you were a fan of the show as well! I can't wait either! So freaking psyched.

Seriously. Last spring I was more excited to watch the new episode of Korra than I was to see the new episode of Game of Thrones.
Orayelle Johnson
4. Orayelle
Finally! Looks great, I'm starting my fangirl countdown;)
Christopher Bennett
6. ChristopherLBennett
Hey, don't leave us fanboys out. Is it Friday yet? Is it Friday yet?
10. Lsana
Huh...okay, I could have sworn that Korra started with Book 4, but if everyone else on here says it was 1, I'll believe you and just doubt my own sanity.

And I apologize for leaving out the fanboys. Please let this be half as awesome as the trailer...
Christopher Bennett
11. ChristopherLBennett
@10: I can understand why you thought it was Book 4, because A:TLA had Book 1: Water, Book 2: Earth, and Book 3: Fire, and TLoK began with Book 1: Air. So it is the fourth of the sequence in one sense; but it's also the first of a new sequence. (And Book 2: Spirits continues the elemental pattern, because the fifth element in Greek, Hindu, and Japanese tradition is spirit or aether. Though that leaves me wondering what they'll do for Books 3 & 4, since they're fresh out of classical elements.)

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