Nickelodeon's hit TV series The Legend of Korra is about to air its fourth season with some new twists and turns with some moments explained from Season 3.
On Tuesday, Comic Book Resources posted an interview with co-creators Bryan Konietzko and Michael DiMartino on what was most important was about the third season. According to DiMartino, it was all about the new Air Nation.
"As soon as we found out that Korra's mission was to find these people and rebuild this nation, that really provided the core thrust for the first half of the season," he said. "And then it plays into the end of the season as well. This was something really important because it was carrying on Aang's legacy- this was something he would have liked to see happen- and it also ties into the Avatar's job of rebalancing the world."
Konietzko then added some more details about the balance with the bad guys, which he thought was fun.
"I remember trying to find the best way to balance those two stories," he said. "It was fun because it was nice to have the thrust of the season be something positive. It wasn't a big war. That was something new for us."
As for how the last season will play out, the co-creator kept it simple, but it will likely be something to look forward to.
"We don't want to give anything away because people can see it soon enough, but let's say that everything comes together in a big way," Konietzko said.
The Legend of Korra Season 4 is set to premiere on October 3.