Our protagonist, and protector of world peace: a horrendously uneducated and sexually maladjusted young woman who is obsessed with violence and will take any opportunity to beat the hell out of people for her own enjoyment.
- Adaptational Villainy: She's much more violent than in the actual show. Special mention goes to Raiko boring her with politics; Korra plots to assassinate him for it.
- Blood Knight: Canon Korra enjoys fighting. PVB Korra gets off on it.
- Book Dumb: Outside of bending, Korra doesn't know much else, including what sex or money is, how to read, or perform basic arithmetic. Not because she herself is dumb, but because the White Lotus never bothered to teach her.
- Even the Girls Want Her: Korra is the object of lust for both Asami and Katara.
- Gainaxing: A lot of people, most notably Asami, are creepily curious about the average velocity of Korra's boob jiggle. The average velocity is 0, the average speed is 1.62 mph.
- Informed Attractiveness: Asami compliments Korra's butt in a fit of rage. So does Mako.
- The Insomniac: Pema and Tenzin's loud sex kept her up for at least three weeks.
- Sacrificed Basic Skill for Awesome Training: Korra is as good a bender as she is in the main series, but here she has never had any sex ed or learned mathematics, and can hardly read.
- Troubling Unchildlike Behavior: Her childhood love of violence may have been the reason she was kept at the compound.
- Unsympathetic Comedy Protagonist: She's the main character just like her canon counterpart, but is a lot more flippant, violent, and uncaring in general.
Daughter of industrial giant Hiroshi Sato, Asami becomes Korra's biggest fan and increasingly obsessive stalker, determined to take any opportunity to get closer to her crush. And maybe kill off her competition in order to do so.
- Clingy Jealous Girl: Do not mention Korra's attraction to Mako around her.
- Covert Pervert: Well, only "covert" in the sense that everyone around her is too oblivious to notice her lusting after Korra. She also makes her designs, such as her car and biplanes, very...stimulating.
- Cute, but Cacophonic: To a lesser extent than Bolin, having a more nasally and higher-pitched voice than her incarnation in the series proper. To say nothing about her "Scary Voice".
- Lipstick Lesbian: Unlike in the real show, Asami is interested in Korra only, and only "dates" Mako so she can meet her.
- Only Sane Man: As long as Korra and her hot bod don't get involved, she's among the more level-headed characters.
- Psycho Lesbian: Asami is nearly as violent as Korra is, to say nothing of her "scary voice". By Episode Ten, she hates Mako and is increasingly murderous. Over the six-month time skip between Books 1 and 2, she's sought therapy for this, but is stilled rather obsessed.
- Red Eyes, Take Warning: Asami gets really pissed and starts to show these to Mako (alongside a monstrous growl) whenever he gets too close in Episode 10.
- Rich Bitch: She doesn't seem to understand that her new room on Air Temple Island isn't a closet and believes Tenzin and the Air Acolytes are servants. She also demands to be carried when out of breath.
- Stalker with a Crush: During the first episode of Book 2, Asami was on the boat with Korra and Mako, watching them.
- Twitchy Eye: Asami develops one of these at the end of Episode 9 as Mako starts acting all romantic toward Korra.
- Yandere: Gee, ya think? She gets slightly better in Book 2 after six months of therapy, but is still a stalker.
A failed rapper by the name of "M'lil" who frequently attempts to promote his terrible music while using pro-bending to support himself.
- The Friend Nobody Likes: Hardly anyone actually wants to be around him. Korra's attraction to him is purely physical and others must put up with him due to being around her, while Asami only dates him in Book 1 so she can stalk Korra more closely.
- Going Commando: Mako only owns one pair of briefs, and he spends all of episode 9 trying to find them.
- Piss-Take Rap: All of his music.
- Pretty Fly for a White Guy: He's a rapper who constantly talks in hip-hop slang and goes by the name M'Lil.
- Suckiness Is Painful: Mako's singing is so terrible it stuns Amon long enough to land a hit on him.
Mako's childish, rather bland, and frequently screaming younger brother.