One of the complaints I've seen levelled against this show is that the new Avatar is too brash and impulsive. I can certainly understand that - after Aang's spirituality, Korra's boldness is a lot to take in. Sometimes, it can be overwhelming. But what this episode did so well was use Korra's fear of Amon to show us that she has a vulnerable side, too. This is a girl who doesn't fear much, and yet the idea of Amon taking her bending away leaves her unable to sleep through the night. This ties into the larger issue of identity, which this series and its predecessor tend to do very well: when Korra has a nightmare about Amon taking her bending away, the last thing he asks her is who will she be if she can no longer bend?
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