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Mako the Firebender in "The Legend of Korra"
Mako the Firebender The Legend of Korra
Mako, the Firebender from "The Legend of Korra," is one of the characters in the animated Nickelodeon series.

A Firebender with a serious side, the handsome and brooding Mako ("Legend of Korra") has always taken care of his little brother, Bolin the Earthbender. Growing up on the streets has given him a hard edge, but Mako loves his brother and will do anything to protect them both. Intensely focused on getting their team through the Pro-bending tournament and winning the jackpot, Mako's tightly controlled world gets a little more chaotic when Korra enters the picture.

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