Legend of Korra Full Episodes: Watch Book 4

Watch full episodes of The Legend of Korra Book 4: Balance for free. Acting as the series’ final season, Book 4: Balance premiered on October 3rd, 2014 and concluded on December 19th of that year. The season received mixed reviews from both fans and critics alike, with many questioning the adequacy of the season considering it concluded Avatar Korra’s story arc. Book 4: Balance is notorious for containing arguably one of the most controversial scenes in Avatar history – or possibly even television history.

All 13 episodes of The Legend of Korra Book 4: Balance are available for you to watch for free. The episodes are embedded from a third part source – predominantly Vimeo. Vimeo is an excellent ad-free streaming service, so you shouldn’t have too many issues when watching the episodes. If you’re having buffering issues I recommend pausing the episode, allowing it to buffer, then resuming the episode once buffering is complete.

If you have any other technical issues with the episodes, feel free to drop a comment in the comment section below, and I will help you out. Enjoy Book 4: Balance – The Legend of Korra’s final season.

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Legend of Korra Episode 1: After All of These Year:

Legend of Korra Episode 2: Korra Alone:

Legend of Korra Episode 3: The Coronation:

Legend of Korra Episode 4: The Calling:

Legend of Korra Episode 5: Enemy at the Gates:

Legend of Korra Episode 6: The Battle of Zaofu:

Legend of Korra Episode 7: Reunion:

Legend of Korra Episode 8: Remembrances:

Legend of Korra Episode 9: Beyond the Wilds:

Legend of Korra Episode 10: Operation Beifong:

Legend of Korra Episode 11: Kuvira’s Gambit:

Legend of Korra Episode 12: Day of Colossus & Episode 13: The Last Stand:

The Legend of Korra Book 4 Review

The Legend of Korra’s fourth and final season concluded this past Friday with an impressive finale that threw the fandom into a frenzy of delight and skepticism.  Needless to say, I think Mike and Bryan got the reaction they were looking for.  Book 4 has been, without a doubt, a very different season from previous ones, and now it’s time to analyze what makes those departures special, whether successful or not.

Characters have always taken precedence over plot in The Legend of Korra, and Avatar: The Last Airbender for that matter, but never have characters played such a larger role than the actual story, as they do in Book 4.  A plethora of fan-favorites lead the charge along side Korra, who encompasses the main role, including Bolin, Mako, Asami, Tenzin and his family, the Beifongs, and Varrick and Zhu Li.  Every character receives their moment in the limelight before the season wraps up, although some get more attention than others.

Since the end of Book 3, Korra’s been out of commission, damaged nearly beyond reparation both mentally and physically.  Book 4 explores the extent of her hardships from which she must gradually recover, and over the course of the story, Korra’s frequent struggles ground her arc in realism and make create a relatable image for the character.  Watching Korra regain her confidence, only to have it stripped away by various opponents, paints the Avatar not as a superhuman being, but instead, as the season’s underdog character.  As an audience, we want to root for her to succeed, and because she rarely does, her victories are extremely satisfying.  She develops into a more compassionate person by the end of the season, not a more powerful one, and I think that’s why Korra is at her absolute best in Book 4.

If Korra’s the MVP this season, then Varrick is in a close second spot.  I’ve been a huge Varrick-fan since his first appearance in the Book 2 premiere (check out my profile picture), and the remainder of Book 2 and Book 3 only amplified the admiration I hold for him as a character, but Book 4… Oh, Book 4… Somehow!  Made me love Varrick even more than I already did.  I’d argue some characters don’t require any development, as they are fine exactly as they entered the show, and Varrick is certainly one of those characters.  He’s hilarious, eccentric, and intelligent when he needs to be, all while harassing his assistant Zhu Li with idea-after-idea of capitalistic business ventures, or general money-making schemes.  If Varrick was to remain just the way he is, I would have been totally satisfied, but Book 4 crosses into territory which I never imagined would involve Varrick.  He’s essentially humanized and given an entire story arc during which he must learn selflessness and personal sustainability.  And his relationship with Zhu Li morphs into a romantic one.  Brilliant!  Thank you, Writing Staff, for taking a character I believed couldn’t get any better and exceeding my expectations.

Tenzin and his family are entertaining as well, though it’s definitely more about the kids this season.  Jinora, Ikki, and the unstoppable force known as Meelo are a fun bunch, starring in one of the earlier episodes and persisting for the majority of the season in very short bursts.  Meelo steals most of the viewer’s attention between him and his sisters, as expected.  Pema isn’t an important character, and as such, gets treated accordingly, which is to say she barely does anything interesting.  I can accept that.  On the contrary, I feel Tenzin is underutilized for a send-off role, as he pretty much gets stuck doing whatever Pema’s doing, which, as I recalled, isn’t much.  After Book 2, Tenzin ranked number two on my Top 10 Characters list, but Book 4 has really taken a toll on how I am currently ranking him in my updated list of best characters.

The Legend of Korra Series Finale: Did Korrasami Really Prevail?

If you watched The Legend of Korra’s series finale the other night, the ending probably had you just about as shocked as you’ve ever been at any point in the series. Korra and Asami agreed to take a vacation – just the two of them – to the Spirit World. Upon entering the Spirit Portal, the two held hands and romantically gazed into one-another’s eyes. The scene cut out before we saw any real action, but the internet has been abuzz ever since: did Korrasami really prevail? Was that really the end of Korra’s romantic arc?

As of now, nothing has been officially confirmed. But after watching the scene several times, I can’t help but to think that the relationship is all but confirmed. Think about it: the main character in any story-centric medium generally finds happiness at the conclusion of the tale. Love is generally associated with happiness, and love is certainly something Korra has found importance in. Just look at how much time the series spent fleshing out Makorra – and Borra, to an extent. It would be cheap to end the series without giving Korra some sort of endgame love interest. And thus, we saw Korra and Asami holding hands, gazing into one-another’s eyes, and taking a private vacation to the Spirit World.

Again: “all but confirmed.” I should also note that there’s a comment, supposedly from Mike and Bryan, confirming Korrasami somewhere on the internet. The whereabouts of the comment are currently unknown, but a screenshot of it can be found below. It’s gained a lot of traction in the Twittersphere, but I’m skeptical to believe it because: 1) I don’t know the location of it on the internet (if you all could help me find it, that would be great) 2) It could easily be some moronic fan trolling to get attention. Oh, and they spelled “Asami” wrong.