I had been watching Avatar: The Last Airbender for awhile now. Now came time to watch the last season. I was definitely curious to see how the final season would play out. I was definitely hoping this Nickelodeon series would save its best season for last.
The third season takes place not long after the events of the second. The Earth Kingdom has fallen, but Aang has survived along with his friends. Since he still has to learn fire bending, they pose as citizens of the Fire Nation in order for the Avatar to master all four elements.
Like always, Princess Azula is quite the force to reckon with. She has offered her brother, Prince Zuko a chance to join the family again. Despite the seemingly friendly offer, Azula seems to be up to something nefarious. It’s rather obvious she’ll stab Zuko in the back if he gives her even one reason to.
But the biggest threat is the Fire Lord Ozai. He’s stronger than Zuko and Azula put together, and more ambitious and evil than even his sick and twisted daughter. Once Aang and his friends realize the Fire Lord’s true goal, they know they have to stop him and sooner than they’d like.
Overall, I enjoyed the last season of Avatar: The Last Airbender. I would say the final season is the strongest, but just a tad more than the second. Now that I’m done with Avatar: The Last Airbender, I will soon move onto its sequel series The Legend of Korra.