Continuity mistake: Whenever Amon is on screen with his mask, the design of the mouth keeps changing: sometimes there are circles on the end of it, and sometimes there is a small angle pointing up. This can be spotted, for instance, when he is talking at The Revelation.
The Legend of Korra (2012)
Starring: J.K. Simmons, Jeff Bennett, Dee Bradley Baker, Janet Varney
The first season of Legend of Korra was innovative and acceptable. The second, not so much. The third season was unwatchable. And the fourth season, which, I think never made it to TV, put up a noble and desperate attempt to improve the quality and failed. It failed honorably but failed nonetheless. It created Kuvira, the most formidable enemy Korra had faced to date, but the story was essentially a bloated version of "when the cat's away, the mice play." The filmmakers even had to make an episode in which one of the characters summarizes the past episodes with ludicrous embellishments, just to meet the number of episodes necessary.
Night of a Thousand Stars - S2-E11
Korra: You have a battleship?
Varrick: Of course I do! I bought the first one they made! Named her the Zhu Li.
Bolin: You named your battleship after your assistant?
Varrick: Yep! They're both cold, heartless war machines.
Rebel Spirit - S2-E1
Trivia: The first piece of film Varrick made of the running ostrich horse is a reference to the real first film which depicted a galloping horse.
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Answer: We do not see what happens. Avatar shows rarely have people killed on screen, so either he got away and was never seen again, or just died right there. As Amon was outed as a bender, he would not go back for his old boss.