Avatar Korra was born with the KG of Koton Steel Release in a hidden part of the Iwagakure by her parents Tonraq and Senna. Not even a week after she was born she was relocated to the Southeren Water Tribe because of the fear that her ninja power would grow. At the age of four Korra showed she could use jutsus from four elements water, lightning, fire, and earth.
At first her first element she shown she could use and well was Water and with the hellp of Mastere Katara she laerned how to use it with hand signs.
After learning Suiton really fast she learned doton and raiton pretty fast after that. At the age of seventeen, Korra demonstrated her Katon use to the Order of the White Lotus and Katara, her suiton teacher. Although expressing concern over her lack of restraint and ignorance of spiritual matters, the leader of the White Lotus decided that she had successfully mastered fire, her third element, and was ready to commence her Futon training under Tenzin's tutelage. However, Korra's Futon training was put on hold when Tenzin announced that the unrest in Republic City was preventing him from leaving the city to relocate to the Southern Water Tribe as planned. Unhappy, she decided that if Tenzin could not come to her, she would go to him. With Katara's blessing, she stowed away on a cargo ship heading for the city with Naga, her polar bear dog and animal guide.
Upon their arrival in Republic City, Korra and Naga roamed the city, discovering for themselves just how out of balance it really was, with its unequal division of wealth and rampant street crime. In the park, Korra came across an Equalist protester trying to bring together non-benders to join Amon and the Equalists. After she called ninjutsu "the coolest thing in the world" and openly considered Suiton the protester off of his platform, the non-benders got riled up against her. After successfully thwarting members of the Triple Threat Triad, Korra found herself apprehended by the Steel Release User Police Force on charges of destruction of private and city property. After an unsuccessful runaway attempt, she was brought to the police headquarters, where she was interrogated by a displeased Chief Lin Beifong. Although Tenzin managed to persuade her to drop all the charges against Korra, Lin made it very clear that she would keep an eye on the young Avatar.
Even though Tenzin had promised to send Korra back home again, she managed to persuade him to let her stay, as he now realized that Republic City needed its Avatar. She was allowed to stay and commence her futon training on Air Temple Island under Tenzin's tutelage. Her decision to take up residence at Air Temple Island was publicly announced during a press conference in front of City Hall, during which she stated that "Avatar Aang meant for this city to be the center of peace and balance in the world," and that she would strive to attain that goal.
Korra found herself struggling with mastering the "element of freedom", eventually destroying a priceless Air Nomad training tool with firebending in a fit of rage, turning her anger on Tenzin. She continually found herself frustrated at her inability to use futon, and by the fact that Tenzin would not allow her to attend a pro-ninja match, something she had wanted to watch since childhood. Unwilling to sit idle on the island, she snuck off at night so she could finally attend a match at the arena. Upon arriving, she was caught exploring the arena's gym by Toza, but was bailed out by Bolin, who stated she was "with him". Following her rescuer, she was guided to the playing area where she was introduced to Bolin's brother, Mako. Initially, Mako scarcely acknowledged Korra, assuming she was just another one of Bolin's "fangirls". This caused the two of them to get off on the wrong foot; however, he later impressed Korra when he single-handedly defeated the Golden Temple Tigerdillos in the third round of the pro-ninja match. Still, he seemed indifferent to Korra's presence even after he learned that she was the Avatar. She hung around for the match and became enthralled with the sport and the Fire Ferret team. After the match, Bolin taught her some basics, and Korra proved herself to be a natural.
When the Fire Ferrets' suiton user, Hasook, appeared to be a "no-show" for the final match, Korra jumped at the chance to take his spot and compete. Early on, her inexperience showed when she committed two quick fouls, prior to revealing herself as the Avatar by earthbending. The official ruled she could continue to compete but had to stick with waterbending. When Tenzin ordered her to return to the island immediately, she justified her stay by stating that it was important for her as the Avatar to learn modern-style of using elemental ninjutsu, something pro-ninjutsu could help her with. Though she initially struggled with the rules and pace of the game, Korra slowly got the feel of it. Korra started applying some of her futon lessons by moving around in her zone like "a leaf in the wind", proving to Tenzin, who was still watching, that his teachings were not all lost to her. This sudden change of tactics from Korra won the match for the Fire Ferrets. This victory gained the team access to the official pro-ninjutsu championship tournament, and Korra was accepted to permanently replace Hasook as the team's suiton user.
When Korra was practicing futonat Air Temple Island with Jinora and Ikki, Mako arrived to ask her about Bolin's whereabouts. After her insistence to help find Bolin, she and Mako decided to go looking for him throughout the city. In Central City Station, they met Skoochy, who told them he had been recruited as extra security by the Triple Threat Triad. When Mako and Korra made it to the gang's headquarters, they learned that Bolin had been captured by the Equalists in a raid, and the pair immediately set out to rescue him. They traveled to Republic City Park to find the protestor, who told them that Bolin was likely taken to the Equalist rally called "The Revelation". At the rally, they discovered that Amon possessed the ability to permanently remove one's chakra and stop them form using ninjutsu, a skill thus far believed only to be obtainable by Avatars. During Amon's demonstration on the captured ninja, one of whom was Bolin, Korra produced a large cover of steam from some nearby pipes, which created panic and distracted the Equalists long enough to allow Mako to rescue Bolin. When the brothers were overpowered by the Lieutenant, Korra arrived just in time to save them with her doton, and they made their escape on Naga. As soon as Korra got back to Air Temple Island, she informed Tenzin and consequently the United Republic Council of Amon's ability.
The encounter with the Equalists and their leader left a profound impression on Korra, as she had nightmares about being immobilized by their ninjutsu blocking and subsequently being stripped of her chakra by Amon. For the first time in her life, Korra found herself afraid of something, although she refused to admit it. This fear held her back in her daily life, and when Councilman Tarrlok approached her with the offer to lead a special task force with him to take down Amon, she politely refused with the excuse that she needed to focus on her futon training. However, Tarrlok persisted and threw a gala in her honor. He tricked her into holding a press conference, during which Korra buckled under the accusing questions of the journalists and shouted that she would join Tarrlok's task force to help fight Amon, if that was what the city needed.
Eager to prove to everyone, including herself, that she was not afraid of anyone, Korra successfully apprehended several Equalists, with the help of Tarrlok's special task force, and publicly challenged Amon to a midnight duel at Aang Memorial Island, without any back-up of the task force or ninjutsu blockers. However, Amon did not show up alone, and his henchmen quickly overpowered her. When Amon emerged from the shadows, Korra was terrified that he was going to take her chakra away. However, he did not, and instead revealed that he had a plan to rid the world of ninja and that he was saving her for last in order to prevent her from becoming a martyr. Following Amon's monologue, he knocked her unconscious where she experienced several flashbacks surrounding Avatar Aang, Sokka, Toph, and a mysterious man in what appeared to be a court room. When she regained consciousness, Tenzin was running toward her. After telling him what happened, Korra broke down and finally admitted that she was terrified of Amon and the Equalists and that she did not know what to do
When Korra first joined the fire ferrets she had a tough time impressing Mako, but Bolin was always encouraging her, however after Korra helped the fire ferrets win an impressive victory Mako geninuely complimented Korra and started to respect her. When Bolin was kidnapped Korra insisted on helping Mako find his brother. While they were searching for Bolin, Mako told Korra of how he witnessed a katon user murder his parents and that he has been taking care of his brother ever since. When Korra was at a banquet held in her honor she was upset to find out that Mako had come with Asami, and she brought up how Mako never mentioned Asami before. After an encounter with Amon and his chakra blockers, Korra settled down, and took a break from Tarrlok's task force to prepare for the upcoming Pro-Ninjutsu Tournament. However, her feelings for Mako continued to impact her, and she often became jealous of Asami's relationship with him. Korra refused Bolin's advances toward her, declining his requests to spend time together, rather electing to return to Air Temple Island for further training with Tenzin.
She later spoke with Jinora and Ikki, hoping for advice on how to approach Mako. Pema overheard the conversation and gave Korra the advice to just be honest with Mako.
After Korra and the Fire Ferrets earned a convincing victory in the first round of the tournament, she followed Pema's advice and confessed her true feelings to Mako. However, he turned her down, telling her he was with Asami and did not see her in the same way. Seeing her downbeat, Bolin again invited Korra for a night out, and this time, she accepted, much to Mako's annoyance. The two enjoyed a dinner at Narook's Seaweed Noodlery, but were interrupted by Tahno, who attempted to provoke them into a fight. Bolin urged Korra to ignore Tahno's approach, warning her that harming him outside of the arena would disqualify the Fire Ferrets from the tournament. Heeding the warning, Korra called on Naga instead, who intimidated Tahno with a loud roar. After this little interruption, the two continued their night out together, enjoying drinks in a bar and the panoramic view of Republic City at night from atop a tower.
When Korra returned to the Pro-Ninja Arena the following night, Mako was waiting for her, inquiring what kind of game she was playing with Bolin to get back at him. Korra immediately saw through his attitude and called his reaction jealousy. However, when she asked Mako to be honest and admit that he liked her, the two got into an argument, which nearly cost them the next match against the Boarcupines. Korra was approached by Mako after the match, who admitted that he had not been honest with her. He explained that he did have feelings for her, but was confused due to his relationship with Asami. Korra impulsively kissed Mako, and was kissed back in return
. When she broke it off, she noticed Bolin standing nearby and looked away in shame, and was blamed by Mako for breaking Bolin's heart.
The next day, the semifinals began against the Buzzard Wasps. The romantic struggles presented a serious problem during the match and further divided the team. Frustrated, Korra excessively roughed up the opposing katon with suitonand even assaulted an official. At the start of round three, having lost the first two rounds convincingly, Korra tried to motivate her dejected teammates to not give up, albeit to no avail. Stubbornly refusing to give up herself, Korra fought the match of her life by herself, and secured a spot in the final by knocking all the Buzzard Wasps off the field with one powerful attack. Afterwards, the team made amends, putting their romantic problems aside to let friendship prevail. Korra was later complimented by Asami for her hat trick victory, and returned this kind gesture by sincerely thanking her and her father for their financial aid.
The day of the final match of the Championship Tournament, Korra, along with Bolin and Mako, was training when they heard a radio broadcast from Amon. After hearing him threaten "severe consequences" if the United Republic Council would not shut down the Pro-Ninjutsu Arena, the three friends rode to City Hall to convince them not to cancel the final. Korra pointed out that they could not give in to Amon's threats, however, to no avail as the Council had already unanimously agreed to do so. She found an unlikely ally in Chief Lin Beifong, and due to her interference, the Council members changed their minds and let the match be played. Korra wanted to thank Lin for her help, but was completely ignored. When she complained to Tenzin about Lin's hostile attitude, she came to the conclusion that Lin's issues were with Tenzin rather than with her.
In the match for the championship, the Fire Ferrets faced off against the White Falls Wolfbats. With cheating and some help from the bribed referees, the Wolfbats almost won the match in the first round with a knockout, but Korra managed to keep her team in play by holding onto the edge of the field. However, she fell in the water when she threw Mako back in play. The second round was to be decided with a tiebreaker, and Korra immediately took the chance to face off with Tahno, which resulted in an easy victory for the Avatar. However, despite this success, the Wolfbats defeated the Fire Ferrets in the third round with an illegal knockout.
When the match ended, Amon and the Equalists ambushed the Pro-Ninjutsu Arena, and Korra, who was still in the pool under the ring, was quickly immobilized by the Lieutenant when he touched the water with his electrified kali sticks. Falling unconscious, Korra had another vision of Aang fighting someone in the Avatar State with Toph alongside him. When she came to, she and her teammates were tied to one of the support beams of the arena platform, but they were soon freed by Pabu who saved them by biting through the ropes. Korra immediately created a waterspout to give chase to Amon and the Equalists who were escaping through the roof. With the help of Lin Beifong, she managed to reach the Equalist airship and knocked off the Lieutenant and an Equalist before being knocked off herself. A battle between the four Equalists and Korra, assisted by Lin, soon ensued in which Korra mainly focused on the Lieutenant, whom she managed to overpower and knock off the roof. However, the strain of the fight was too much for the arena's glass dome and Korra fell through, but was saved by Lin. After she thanked the police chief for the rescue, Mako, Bolin, and Tenzin joined them and together they watched the Equalists get away, realizing that they were now officially at war with them.
After Mako, Bolin, and Asami moved to Air Temple Island, Tenzin and Korra left for Saikhan's inauguration as the new chief of police. While there, the Avatar and the airbender confronted Tarrlok, questioning his actions, but the Councilman requested that Korra rejoin his task force, to which she refused. Tarrlok then alluded to the Avatar's lack of progress on her airbending, which caused her to worry about her airbending and spiritual block. She later spoke with Tenzin about the matter, mentioning that she was confused about the visions she had had. Tenzin advised her to meditate on these visions, believing Aang's spirit was trying to contact her.
Later, when she was crying while looking out at Aang's statue, her friends found her and cheered her up by assuring her they had her back. As the new Team Avatar, they decided to patrol Republic City in order to protect it from the Equalists. After arresting several escaped Equalist prisoners, Tarrlok confronted the team and warned them to stay out of his way. Later on, at a supposed Equalist rally in the Dragon Flats borough, Korra and her friends spotted a significant power outage in the area, which turned out to be caused by Tarrlok and several steel user officers in accordance with a new law against non-ninja. The non-ninja pleaded for Korra's help, who confronted Tarrlok but without success. She decided to intervene and attempt free the innocent non-ninja, much to the Councilman's displeasure, who then took all of Korra's friends into custody. Later that night, Korra and Tenzin spoke with Saikhan at the police headquarters, requesting that he release her friends and the ninja, but the chief refused.
Later that evening, Korra left the island on Naga and went to City Hall, where she confronted Tarrlok regarding his radical actions. He proposed that if she agreed to work for him, her friends would be released, but the Avatar refused and compared him to Amon, which infuriated the Councilman and caused him to attack her. A duel ensued between the two. Korra appeared to have won the duel when she knocked the Councilman out of his office and down to the Council's meeting room with a large doton attack, leaving Tarrlok without a source of water. However, just as she prepared two send fire blasts in his direction to end the duel, Tarrlok used blood release to control Korra's body and throw her across the room, knocking her unconscious.
She had another vision of Aang, Sokka, Toph, and the same unknown man, who use blood release the entire room while Aang tried to stop him. As Korra awoke, she found herself tied up in the back of a police car, as Tarrlok told her she would never see Republic City again, for he was going to take her where no one could ever find her
Tarrlok took Korra to the mountains and locked her in a metal container in the basement of a small building. In the container,
Korra decided to meditate on her previous visions and finally connected with Aang's spirit, as she had additional visions of Aang dealing with a powerful, criminal blood release user named Yakone. During a trial where he was found guilty, he used blood release on the entire court into submission, knocking Aang unconscious and forcing Toph to release him from his restraints. Yakone escaped, but Aang entered the Avatar State and chased down Yakone, where he fought, cornered, and stripped the blood release of his ninjutsu abilities. Korra then realized that Aang was trying to warn her about Tarrlok and his relation to Yakone. The Councilman then returned to the "prison", where Korra told him about her visions, pressing him to tell her the truth and admit his wrongdoing. He finally admitted that Yakone was his father and that he would now leave Republic City forever with Korra as his hostage.
Before anything else could happen however, the prison was raided by the Equalists, led by Amon. Korra overheard Tarrlok being stripped of his chakra, and Amon ordering his chi blockers to subdue Korra by electrocuting the box in which Korra was trapped. Korra ingeniously took one of her arm bands and wrapped one end around one of the metal bars at the top of the box and held onto the fabric, where she received a very mild electric shock but remained conscious. She escaped the box, eluding the other Equalists and escaping from Amon. She slid down a snowy hill and tripped over a branch, hurtling towards a tree. The blow knocked her unconscious, but Naga, having tracked her from Republic City, discovered her and carried her home.
They wandered through the forest until they reached Republic City, where Naga roamed the streets. Team Avatar – along with Lin and Tenzin – eventually found her, having heard Naga's howls whilst searching for Korra on Oogi. Mako, visibly worried about Korra beforehand, told everyone to, "give her some space" shoving his way past Lin and Tenzin who were crowding around Korra, and picked her up off Naga, cradling the Avatar in his arms. Mako, after retrieving Korra from Naga's back, laid her down on Oogi, brushing hair from her face assuring her,
"You're safe now." She smiled in return, happy to be near him again. Team Avatar, Lin, and Tenzin then flew her home on Oogi, relieved that the Avatar was safe and sound.
After being found unharmed, Korra was taken back to Air Temple Island by the rest of Team Avatar, Lin, and Tenzin. As Korra attempted to recover from the ordeal, Mako remained at her bedside and even held Korra's hand, while Asami watched secretly at the door. Soon after, Team Avatar, Lin, and Tenzin enjoyed a meal with Pema and the Airbender kids. After eating for a bit, Korra admitted that Pema's food was starting to "make her feel like herself again." Tenzin then encouraged her to tell her harrowing tale. Korra explained that Tarrlok was Yakone's son, surprising both Lin and Tenzin. When asked how she escaped and where Tarrlok was, Korra responded that Amon had shown up out of nowhere, took Tarrlok's chakra, and captured him. She also told how she was almost captured as well. Tenzin then expressed his fear of Amon becoming emboldened and that his taking out a councilman and nearly capturing the Avatar was increasingly worrisome. He then told the group that he was afraid that "Amon [was] beginning to execute his endgame.
The next day, the Equalists began their attack on Republic City, starting with the capture of all council members, with the exception of Tenzin, who was able to fend off his attackers. Seeing the devastation from the island, Korra and her friends traveled to the city in hopes of aiding in the battle against the Equalists. Using Asami's Satomobile, they drove to the police headquarters where Tenzin was under attack by the Equalists. The gang, along with Tenzin, defeated the mecha tanks, preventing the Futon master's capture. Upon seeing an Equalist airship close in on Air Temple Island, they traveled on Oogi and arrived at the island. Successfully repelling the attackers, Tenzin ordered the evacuation of the island knowing that more airships would arrive soon. Tenzin told Korra to hide and be patient for the time being, promising her that he would return upon ensuring his family's safety. He assured her that the United Forces would soon arrive and help turn the tide against the Equalist threat. Korra agreed and vacated the island on Naga with Mako, Bolin, and Asami. They then fled to Republic City, where she and the rest of Team Avatar went to a secluded water pipeline. There, Korra sadly gazed at the destroyed Air Temple until Mako told her to keep moving. He then wrapped his arm around Korra as they continued to walk down the pipeline.
Soon after, the wire Tenzin had sent to the United Forces was received, reporting that the city had fallen under the Equalists' control. A large force had been dispatched to aid the city, led by General Iroh. Iroh told his subordinate to respond that his forces would arrive in three days time, and that together they would take back the city.
While hiding under the city, Korra and Mako stole chakra-blocker uniforms and infiltrated various Equalist rallies to stay up-to-date on Amon's movements. Korra was growing restless and increasingly more agitated at being branded a coward for "running away", but Mako advised her to be patient. After leaving an Equalist rally, the two rejoined Bolin and Asami and ate dinner with Gommu. Later that night, when neither of them could sleep, Mako told Korra that because of everything that had happened, he could not imagine his life without her. He went on to say Korra was the most loyal, brave, and selfless person he had ever known. While Korra was flattered and reciprocated his feelings, she suggested that they get some rest before the United Forces arrived in the morning.
When General Iroh approached the city, the United Forces fleet was swiftly destroyed by the Equalists using their newly crafted airplanes. Korra and the fleet tried to fend the airplanes off, but to no avail. She managed to rescue Iroh from his fall into the ocean and he graciously thanked her for saving his life. As Korra treated Iroh's burns, the General decided that with the Equalist airplanes around it would be impossible for the reinforcement fleet to take back the city. With the group's help, Iroh deduced the location of the Equalist airfield, and everyone prepared to leave. Korra, however, refused to go, as she believed it was her duty to stay in the city and confront Amon. Mako decided to accompany Korra while Bolin, Asami, and Iroh took down the airplanes. Iroh was reluctant to let Korra stay, but said that his grandfather, Zuko, would trust the Avatar's instincts, therefore he would too. Korra and Bolin hugged each other goodbye, and she left Naga with him.
Korra and Mako returned to Air Temple Island hoping to ambush Amon, but they instead found Tarrlok. The former Councilman told Korra and Mako that he and Amon were brothers. He proceeded to tell them about their childhood, and that Amon was actually a very powerful blood release user. Korra realized trying to ambush Amon directly would be a horrible idea. Instead she devised a plan to expose him as a ninja in front of his supporters, knowing the Revolution would crumble if she did. The two left to attend Amon's rally at the former Pro-Ninjutsu Arena, and Tarrlok apologized to Korra for his actions, asking them to stop Amon and "put and end to this sad story". Korra opted to free Tarrlok, but he refused, saying it would tip off his brother.
Korra and Mako made it to the arena, and Korra told Amon's supporters that he was really a blood release user. However, Amon showed his face and the fire "scars" he was given, making his supporters think Korra was the liar. Korra was dumbfounded and Mako opted for the two of them to escape. Amon told Korra to stay and watch, and revealed that he had captured Tenzin and his family. Korra became distraught, begging Amon to spare the last futon users. Mako shot a bolt of lightning at Amon, which he barely dodged. Mako and Korra used fire jutsus to propel themselves toward the stage, free Tenzin and his family, and escape out into the corridor.
While Tenzin and his children escaped to save Pema and Rohan, Mako and Korra retreated and hid in one of the fitness rooms. Amon pursued them, blood release Korra into submission. Mako attempted to stop him, but was subdued in turn. Korra was subsequently stripped of her ninjutsu abilities, while Mako observed the event in horror and anger. Korra tried to stand and fight Amon, but she was too weak and collapsed. The revolution leader then approached Mako, intending to also remove his chakra. However, Mako blasted Amon with a bolt of lightning, subsequently breaking out of the latter's blood release. Mako picked up a barely conscious Korra, who weakly lamented over her lost chakra. Amon quickly recovered and followed Mako, took over his blood once again in preparation to remove his katon chakra. However, at the last moment, Korra reacted instinctively to defend Mako and knocked Amon away with a FUTON: RASENSHURIKEN!
Amon was taken aback by Korra's futon, though Korra herself was just as surprised at her newfound abilities. She began to blast air punches at Amon, who was unable to regain his ground. Korra managed to use futon on him out a window and into the harbor in front of the Equalists. Amon's mask was knocked off his face and his "scars", which were only make-up, faded away in the water. As Amon was about to drown, he utilized his water chakra to propel himself out of the water in front of the crowd, which became disillusioned after his lies were exposed. Amon fled the battle, having lost the support of his Equalists, while Mako attempted to subdue him without success. Mako embraced Korra, who was still weak from losing her chakra.
Mako and Korra reunited with Bolin, Tenzin and his family, Lin, Asami, and Iroh on Air Temple Island and watched Commander Bumi arrive with the rest of the fleet. Tenzin praised Korra for saving Republic City, but she was distraught both that Amon had escaped and that her identity as the Avatar was seemingly altered beyond repair. Everyone escorted Korra to the Southern Water Tribe, where she reunited with her parents and Katara. Despite her best efforts, Katara was unable to mend the spiritual block that was keeping Korra from using the other four elements. A saddened Korra emerged and, despite reassurances from friends and family that things would be all right, she quietly stepped outside, saying that they would not be.
Recognizing her moment of need, Mako followed her, intent on consoling her. With sad hostility, Korra told him to return to Republic City, saying that, as she was no longer the Avatar, Mako no longer owed her any favors. Mako told her he didn't care if she was the Avatar or not, and he explained how he "went crazy" when she was kidnapped by Tarrlok because he was afraid he would "never see [her] again". He told Korra that he loved her, but she was too caught up in frustration and despair to say the same - so much so that she ran away on Naga, crying.
Korra then ran out onto the edge of the tundra overlooking the ocean and collapsed. She began to sob uncontrollably as she saw a man in Air Nomad attire standing behind her. Assuming that it was Tenzin, she told him to go away, but the man responded, "But you called me here". Upon turning around, Korra discovered the man was Avatar Aang, proclaiming an end to her inability to connect with the spirits of past Avatars. Korra was surprised to see Aang, who told her that she finally connected with her spiritual self. When Korra asked how, Aang told her, "When we hit our lowest point, we are open to the greatest change". All of the previous incarnations of the Avatar appeared behind Aang and he then used medical ninjutsu to restore Korra's bending. As her past lives faded away, Korra entered the Avatar State and use all five elements for the first time. When she came out of the Avatar State, she turned around and saw an awestruck Mako standing near Naga.
He smiled at her warmly and approached her. In return, she ran into his arms and kissed him, finally reaffirming her love towards him.
Korra and Mako returned to their friends and family, and using medical ninjutsu, she restored Lin Beifong's earthbending. Everyone watched in awe and admiration as Lin lifted several massive stones, confirming that her chakra had returned. Lin thanked Korra and Tenzin approached her, saying how proud he was and addressing her as "Avatar Korra".
After everything was better Korra set off to Sunagakure to learn how to use her elements better. When she arrived there she was welcomed in my her long friends Jacob Moore
. She than found some random people wondering off the wind country border and ask them if they would want to join Sunagakure. These people turnt out to be Zoro
, Captain Bravo
, and Gingka.
Seeing how Sungakure was kind of empty they had attempts to try to recruit people but at yet their attempts failed. After receiving a message hawk from his friends ~xtsukune~
(from Iwa) Korra realized her Sunagakure days were finshed. On one night she grabbed her Sunagkure headband and put it in her bag and left for Kumogakure while riding on Naga. She arrived into Kumo thanks to the Kage Mugi.
She was finally reunited with her friends and found out that Gingka and Better followed her to Kumo. In Kumo she met new people like Icemyster
, Double D, Dead Bones, Scaze, Kerrah
, and more. One day Toshiro said "Hey lets go to a village for a friendly walk" and everyone in Kumo agreed to go. But -Itachi- took over the field trip and took everyone to Kirigakure and a fight between the nins broke out. Away from everyone Korra met Migualon J.J.
and Taiketsu Yagami
. Korra realizing these are her long lost friend Mig seduced
convinced her to come to Kirigakure to join them. When Korra noticed the rest of the Kumo nin were leaving Mig
gave her a scroll containing intel about getting out of Kumo. On her return to Kumo she met up with Shinta
and told him about what happen with Mig
said he would go with Kiri and they both left on Naga to set off to Kiri. After something happen Korra arrived at Kiri by her self and Naga. She was greeted in by Alucard
the Mizukage and all of her new friends. Everything was finally in peace but everything changed when Amegakure was created.
This tempted Korra to Avatar State her way out of Kirigakure and headed towards Ameagkure where the Plant Kage -Minato-
let her in. When she got to Amegakure she became friends with the Akatsuki pirates. She also met new people Sindy, william24, NUBS, blaise12, and more. SHe was also reunited with her old friends Solf, Zanshin, Toshiro, Howard, House and more. Everything was in peace but everything changed when Amegakure was known for being the best village