Kuvira The anarchist antagonists introduced in Book Three: New airbenders are also introduced in the season including the young thief Kai Skyler Brigmann and Suyin's daughter Opal Alyson Stoner , both of Earth Kingdom origins and the love interests of Jinora and Bolin respectively. Jim Meskimen voices a Republic City merchant and later airbender named Daw, as well as Suyin's husband, the architect Baatar. The final season, Book Four: Balance , features Kuvira as Korra's antagonist at the head of an army bent on uniting the Earth Kingdom.
The Legend of Korra
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Blood is a liquid , too. Though the youngest of her counterparts, Toph mastered the art of moving earth without formal training — or the use of her eyes. Instead, this young warrior learned how to see through her feet acting like a sonar similar to echolocation. Princess Azula, sister to Prince Zuko, is a master manipulator and a fire-bending prodigy, being the only female on the show who is able to bend lightning. In spite of her sociopathic tendencies and disrupted mental health stemming from her dysfunctional familial relationships , Azula was a smart strategist who demonstrated her cunning, intelligence, and brute strength. As a Kyoshi Warrior, Suki spent her life training in the way of former Avatar Kyoshi, a fearsome Earth Bender who even created an island for her people to avoid the oppression of others. Ty Lee was a former member of the circus, a talented acrobat with agility and chi-blocking skills that would leave anyone paralyzed in a few seconds.
Avatar: The Last Airbender
The Last Airbender comics Several books based on the show have been published. Dark Horse Comics published an art book titled Avatar: A second set of three comic books, Avatar: The Last Airbender — Smoke and Shadow about a resistance force in the Fire Nation against Firelord Zuko, who at the end of the original series assumed the throne.
This extended to combat, as the Equalists made use of electric gloves and even mecha tanks, courtesy of Hiroshi Saito. Unfortunately, it was here that the series may have gone too far in its use of technology, especially in an arena where the fighting style made the franchise so beloved. By inserting technology like mecha tanks into the series, "Legend of Korra" took away from the spectacular bending battles that made "The Last Airbender" so engaging. While showing signs of industrialization in the Fire Nation during Aang's time, "The Last Airbender" was careful in providing the right balance of advancing technology while making sure that bending remained the primary focal point of combat. The technological advancements made within "Legend of Korra" took away from the mysticism of bending to a degree, even after the events of Book One.