Yona and company decide to help Awa free a town from a group of human traffickers. But while she’s there, Yona runs into the man who killed her father and cost her her kingdom; Su-won.
While it may seem rehashed for a character like Yona to instantly inspire everyone to follow her into battle but as a character, Yona remains a capable yet vulnerable person you can relate to. How she inspires others isn’t with grand speeches but for her willingness to do anything it takes and those around her admire her bravery and determination. Even when she is face to face with her father’s killer, she is more than willing seek revenge but after Su-won is gone, she breaks down and cries.
Yona really outshines her dragon compatriots in terms of personality but they are an enjoyable group of contrasts. There’s a silly side story about a love potion so you can watch them play off each other without Yona around but I would have rather seen the story progress. 4 out of 5 for this one.