Avatar: How Korra Will Reconnect With Past Avatars

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Published on 5 Feb 2021, 17:45
Avatar: Korra Is Still Able To Connect With Past Avatars

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Whether you like or dislike The Legend of Korra, one thing is for sure, season 2 made, and is still making, people talk. This is where Korra fought with her uncle Unalaq who turned out to be quite evil, and eventually fused with the spirit of chaos Vaatu. This event created what we can call a Dark Avatar, and caused Uqalaq-Vaatu to rip out the spirit of light and peace Raava from Korra. What follows was one of the most tragic things that ever happened in the Avatar franchise: Raava got destroyed, and it seemed like all the previous Avatars’ spirits disintegrated. Korra eventually lost her connection to the past Avatars, and as it stands, never got it back. However, Raava was reborn and became one once again with Avatar Korra.

In today’s Avatar video, I will discuss how Korra could reconnect with past Avatars, while also asking the question: should she? In the first entry “The Avatar Connection and Past Mistakes,” I will explain the connection’s function, and how the current Avatar can learn from a few past Avatars’ greatest failures. Then I’ll move to the section “The Answer Lies in the Spirit World,” which will explain how Korra could eventually reconnect with Aang, and the other Avatars, by going on a journey in the Spirit World. Lastly, I will talk about how Aang willingly severed his connection with Roku at some point in time, and started to doubt the relevance of taking advice from people who lived and died centuries ago, as the world is ever changing.

Chapters:
00:00 Intro
00:35 The Avatar Connection and Past Mistakes
04:19 The Answer Lies in the Spirit World
07:47 A Brand New World: Should Korra Reconnect?

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Written by: AGV
Narrated by: Jacoby Bancroft
Edited by: Umair G.

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