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But what we did get is the most growth out of Korra’s character than we’ve had in 3 seasons. She’s getting knocks and bumps and it’s getting harder to bounce back. Her natural talent that made her the most annoying Mary Sue in the first two seasons isn’t enough to keep her afloat anymore.
As for her loss, do you remember the season 2 finale of A:TLA? Aang got wrecked in the avatar state, and Ba Sing Se fell.
I think it’s supposed to feel somewhat unsatisfying. We get the juxtaposition of this celebration of the air nation with the realisation that Korra is defeated.
I’ve haaaaated Korra for like 2 seasons, but getting out of Republic City, the return of the spirits, and seeing the air nation and the maturity of Korra has really turned me around for this one