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Tropes used in this abridged series include:
- Abridged Series
- Adaptational Sexuality: Zig-Zagged Korra develops feeling for Asami much earlier in this series.
- Adaptational Badass: Amon, in the original series he was a highly skilled bloodbender. In the series however he's capable of internally freezing his target's blood into spikes and impaling their heart with it!. He uses this techniques to kill his brother Tarrlok and almost succeeds in doing the same to Korra (thankfully Raava steps in at the last second).
- Adaptational Villainy: Tarrlok, in this version he's shown to be willingly working with Amon, to an extent.
- Asami's father loses any sympathetic qualities he might have had, his racism towards benders is purely because of his own prejudice (his wife is never even mentioned). Plus, it's later revealed that he stole his daughter's own ideas for the mecha-tanks and sold them behind her back, taking full credit for their design.
- Alternate Character Interpretation: Korra's desire to fight escalates into Blood Knight territory.
- Big Damn Heroes: Raava stops Amon from killing Korra.Raava: "That's my bread-and butter you're fucking with!"
- Butt-Monkey: Bolin tends to be on the receiving end of the most of the abuse.
- Call-Back: When Aang attempts to show Korra a memory from his past, he accidentally goes back to when he faced off against Oozai.
- Distracted by the Sexy: In Episode 5, upon discovering that Hiroshi Sato is working with Amon, Korra quickly tries to warn her friends... only to go completely brain-dead the moment she sees Asami in her swimsuit.
- Even Evil Has Standards: Needless to say, The Lieutenant is creeped out by Amon.
- Freudian Excuse: Parodied, Amon apparently became what he is because a girl blocked him on social media. Although his abusive father and Vaatu might have had something to do with it...
- Greater-Scope Villain: Vaatu, even more so than the original series as it's revealed that he was behind Amon's actions as well.
- The Man Behind the Man: The Stinger reveals that Amon was being manipulated by Vaatu.