Legend Of Korra Season 2: What Book 2 Spirits Entails For Us

Legend Of Korra Season 2 is upon us and I’m sure many people are wondering what Legend of Korra Book 2: Spirits is all about.

As previously reported by The Inquisitr, Legend of Korra has Lisa Edelstein signing on to play the part of Tenzin’s sister Kya.

Now, the Legend of Korra: Book 2 is technically not considered part of Legend of Korra Season 2. Even though there was a large 15 month break between episodes, and we’re now at Legend of Korra: Book 2, it’s still part of Season 1. Odd, I know, but I thought I’d get that confusion out of the way first. But for practical purposes everyone is considering these new episodes as part of Legend of Korra Season 2.

Some Avatar fans were slightly disappointed by the way Legend of Korra: Book 1 ended. The Legend of Korra series was gearing for a big confrontation with the Equalist movement that potentially could have lasted through the second season when suddenly: wham, bam, thank you ma’am, i’t’s over. Legend of Korra: Book 1 was almost too quick and neat.

So Legend of Korra Book 2: Spirits premiered with two episodes. The story-telling structure of the Legend of Korra Season 2 will also be purposefully from the original Avatar series. The books of the Last Airbender focused on Aang learning the various types of bending, while Korra’s adventure will focus on her spiritual and mental journey since she’s already mastered most of the bending skills.

The opening jumps ahead several months, mostly skipping the fallout from Amon’s actions. Book 2 will still focus on the core group of characters but now their adventure is taking them far away from Republic City into the Spirit World. While Republic City will still play a central role, the focus is now on how the first Avatar came to be and how that affects Korra.

Otherwise, the actors of the Legend of Korra Season 2 believe the story can be summarized with four H’s: History, honor, heart and humor. But they’re not giving up any spoilers, although one actor revealed they’re already voice recording Book 4. So whether or not they plan on keeping Legend of Korra around for a long time is hush-hush.

What do you think of Legend of Korra Season 2 so far?