Happy Korra Week!
Yes, we decided that we loved The Legend of Korra so much that we wanted to devote an ENTIRE WEEK to one of our favorite shows as we lead up to the Netflix premiere. All this week we’ll have analysis, personal essays, lists, and more looking at the many, many things we love about the show. And we’re going to kick it off with a BANG (is there any other way to do it when it comes to Korra?) by partnering with IDW Games to give away a copy of The Legend of Korra: Pro-Bending Arena. You can check out the full details below!
Based on the fan-favorite Nickelodeon animated series, The Legend of Korra: Pro-Bending Arena is a two-player competition of wits, tricks, and speed as players take control of Republic City’s favorite sport.
Focusing on the rivalry between the Future Industries Fire Ferrets and The White Falls Wolfbats, The Legend of Korra: Pro-Bending Arena has two players each taking control of a team, drafting card decks for their benders, then playing cards to place elemental tokens around the board in an effort to overwhelm their opponent. As in the show, pro-bending matches are a game of push and pull, with an objective toward being the team that has either advanced the farthest forward, or completely knocked their competitors out of the ring.
The game play of The Legend of Korra: Pro-bending Arena is closely modeled after the popular Pro-bending sport featured in the first season of Avatar: The Legend of Korra. As such, the game is designed for 2 players, each controlling a team of 3 benders: earth, fire, and water.
The objective of the game is simple: be on the other team’s side of the arena when the game ends and you will be victorious, or dominate the competition, pushing all their benders off the back of the arena to end the game immediately and claim the championship as yours!
The contest will run from now until August 16th 2020, and all entrants MUST be aged 18+ and live within the Continental US. Click here to Enter, and may the spirits guide you!
Images belong to IDW Games and Nickelodeon