The Legend of Korra

TV Show • 2012 • Animation  Report
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AtarahDerekh
Naga, a polar bear dog, is shown in peril with her humans on occasion, but is never harmed.
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kittythelitter
In the episode "skeletons in the closet" S1E11, in a flashback, Noatok and Tarlok bloodbend animals in a way that looks and I'd described as being very painful.
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Does a pet die?
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AtarahDerekh
Most arthropod-like creatures are spirits, including dragonfly bunny spirits.
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Does an animal die?
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aphroditedyke
In book 2, episode 13, there is a spirit that resembles a giant spider/scorpion.
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Does a cat die?
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sylthesnail
Pretty much all of the seasons include heavy gaslighting. Korra's character arc involves a lot of struggles with choosing sides and most of the villains in the show are clever manipulators.
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Corellon
A character finds themself in a toxic relationship and becomes fearful of their partner even after they end it.
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IukaSylvie
Characters in Season 1 are revealed to have been abused by their father as children.
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ceiioo
Pretty much 99.9% of the time someone is captured they are restrained in some way. Sometimes the police will wrap metal cords around the person, or it can be as severe as tightly imprisoning Korra in a straightjacket type thing where she can’t bend
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PickledPlums
A character's head is shaved to prepare for a ceremony, but the process is not shown on-screen.
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AtarahDerekh
A character who was born without arms is featured prominently in book 3.
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sylthesnail
A woman has her head exploded. It's not shown on screen but the explosion is heard and it's very clear what happened. (Book 3 Episode 13)
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crechemaasters
One of the main villains of Book 3 is buried alive in lava - by committing suicide.
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sylthesnail
Korra was captured and poisoned. The poison was extremely painful and it clearly shows. (Book 3 Episode 13)
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Corellon
A minor character is killed by having the air bent out of their lungs in season 3. The scene is drawn out and horrific and keeps getting flashed back to. Korra is almost killed this way too and has PTSD flashbacks to that moment in season 4.
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panpervinca
The Earth Queen dies by graphically having the air bent out of her lungs
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capnbrowncoat
After a fall, a character's legs are temporarily paralysed. They are shown in a wheelchair and undergoing physical therapy as a result.
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violetpup
Multiple people fall from a high height (Kai, Bumi), but never to their deaths.
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Does a kid die?
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MovieWatcher10
At one point, Lin stays behind to secure the safety of others. However, she is luckily not killed.
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sylthesnail
There are hostages in Book 1 Episode 9. Korra is captured late in Book 3. Bolin and Varrick are held hostage in Book 4.
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meganf3000
There is one scene in S1 E5 when Korra kisses Mako while she is dating Bolin and Mako is dating Asami.
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sylthesnail
A father dies, but he was an antagonist and his daughters were distraught, but content with his death. Another father dies after a short redemption arc where his daughter reconnects with him after his crimes. He sacrifices himself and his daughter is very distraught. Also a few off-screen deaths that all happened before the events of the show.
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sylthesnail
The past Avatars can interact with Korra, but they're more like friendly spirits rather than ghosts. And in Book 4, Korra hallucinates and sees herself (what she looked like at the climax of Book 3) in the Avatar state.
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8Molderr8
Not in a traditional sense, but there are moments when another exerts their will onto another. Similar to what happens in a episode of Avatar the Last Airbender.
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meganf3000
Five-year-old Meelo is known to be pretty vulgar in the first season with farting, as five-year-olds are.
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AtarahDerekh
A character alludes to needing a fresh diaper after falling off a bridge.
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S1 episode 5- Bolin vomits offscreen at around 18:00 S3 episode 2-A baby pukes on Kya’s chest onscreen while she’s holding him up. S4 episode 4- Poki pukes out berry juice onscreen at 11:53 minutes in and Meelo pukes in a bush immediately after.
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cloudy_minded
Not technically gore, but the sound effects used for blood-bending can be disturbing.
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Tokushoryu
Two major protagonists (Lin Beifong and Mako) are members of the police and consistently portrayed as heroic. The metalbending police force is consistently portrayed in a positive light. As police chief, Toph Beifong covers up her daughter Suyin's involvement in gangs. Despite the fact that Suyin inflicts a permanent scar on Lin for trying to stop a robbery, Lin is victim blamed in the narrative by "not getting over it" (worth noting that neither Toph nor Suyin even offer an apology for this act of blatant corruption)
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ErinOmaista
A character receives acupuncture. The metal poison mentioned by the other comment is absorbed through pores in the victim’s skin, not via needle
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violetpup
Not used as therapy, but a character is electrocuted to death at the end of Book 3.
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sylthesnail
Not really a hospital, but Korra is healed and goes through physical therapy.
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kittythelitter
In Season 1 Tarlok electrocutes himself in order to stage a fake abduction.
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AtarahDerekh
Someone says, "I'm not going back to prison!" with the same intent.
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OneirosDream
Yes, the main character is shown dealing with PTSD.
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capnbrowncoat
Book Four deals with a character's PTSD and overcoming a physically and emotionally traumatic event. The character painfully flashes back to that event on multiple occasions.
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AvolalaLALA
The scene where she is trapped in a metal box is one of the claustrophobic scenes that has triggered me the most. She is panicking and try to get out.
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andrewbercovitz
One character dies in a murder-suicide caused by an explosion Another dies via lava bending cave he was in in an attempted murder-suicide
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Does a baby cry?
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sorryboutit
S1 isn't too bad, s2 has a decent amount of flashing lights. From what I remember there isn't nearly as much in seasons 3 and 4
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crechemaasters
Yes, but not onscreen.
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AtarahDerekh
Bolin mistakes Desna for a girl due to how closely he resembles his twin sister.
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Bafafany
S2 E1 8:25 to 8:43. Bolin refers to Eska and Desna as ladies because both have long hair and robes, although Desna is male. The “joke” of his appearance being an extension of his weirdness was a lot less distasteful in 2013 than it is today :/
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Twopineapples
Self-mockery by Iroh in S2 E10. In S2 E11, there is also a depiction of a fat character being gluttonous while eating a piece of cake.
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Kris
Not against any real minorities, but against benders.
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Tokushoryu
Zaheer condemns Aiwei, an LGBTQ person, to the Fog of Lost Souls. Since souls can spend eternity there and a physical body dies if a spirit is separated for too long, he is as good as dead. However, Aiwei's LGBTQ status was confirmed by the creators offscreen but not actually mentioned in the show. Also, Unavaatu destroys all past Avatar lives, which includes Kyoshi, a bisexual woman. It's worth noting that neither of these characters were targeted for their sexuality, and this show is famous for ending with a happy, and very much alive, canon queer ship.
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Lukaluli
S1
Tenzin (51) and Pema (35) have a 16 year age gap, but were both adults when they first met and started their relationship.
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Are there incestuous relationships?
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CharlieMagnusThompson
There are jokes about two siblings being incestuous in season 2
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nini
S1 E1 - Korra meets a homeless person in the park.
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meganf3000
In Season One we are first introduced to Asami when she accidentally hits Mako with her moped. Nothing bad happens and Mako ends up asking her out.
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AtarahDerekh
There is a battle at the end of book 1 that involves planes, and several of them are shot out of the sky. A character becomes a flying ace by shooting down multiple planes.
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andrewbercovitz
Cars are crashed multiple times for various reasons
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joyx
There is an explosion caused by the in-world equivalent of nuclear power
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