Zutara Week: SmugTold ya so, Toph said smugly, arms crossed in self-satisfied pride. Aang was frozen in a state of shocked horror and wretchedness.Zutara Week: Smug5 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
Hakoda and Sokka were sputtering, the father holding his head, the son pounding his head on the wall. Neither seemed to have taken in the scene before them properly; if they had, they would have been strangling Zuko.
The latter was scrambling up from the resident Waterbender of the team and pulling on his tunic, while Katara was hurriedly dressing.
I Ill never doubt you again Haru murmured, head in his hands, his vision of Water-Earth babies destroyed.
Zutara - SmugA Little OptimismZutara - Smug5 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
He decided that he would take the risk. Sokka would be optimistic today.
After all, the universe was sending him many favorable signs. Looking around him, Sokka smiled with satisfaction.
The once abandoned and isolated Western Air Temple was now teeming with life. The place came alive with the hustle-bustle of its inhabitants, the Avatar and his allies, as they went about preparing for the coming campaign against the Fire Lord.
Despite their defeat on the Day of Black Sun, Sokka had not lost hope. The bitter disappointment of that day was now replaced with some level of confidence considering all that everyone had done to compensate for that defeat. In fact, looking at the strength of their forces today, he felt almost certain that they would succeed the next time around.
First of all, after Zuko's timely arrival, Aang had gained a firebending teacher and the young Avatar had now mastered all four elements. He trained diligently every day with all three of his mast
Zutara Week -D2 - ElectrifyingElectrifyingZutara Week -D2 - Electrifying5 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
Katara finished putting away her things in her new room. She had to admit, the beach house was kind of nice. When she finished, she walked out into the sitting room, then onto the porch. The just-setting sun cast a brilliant orange light over the shore. She walked down to the water's edge. Ember Island wasn't that bad.
So deep in thought, Katara hadn't noticed Zuko follow her outside. He stopped a few yards behind her. Katara turned around so that she could look at him.
Hi. he said without looking at her.
Katara also looked away. Hi.
Are you, uhm, ok? he asked tentatively. He wasn't sure how she'd be after be after bloodbending the guy who killed her mother. Personally, Zuko'd be just fine. However, Katara was different.
Yeah, I'm, uhm, Katara put her right hand over her left arm. I'm fine.
Zuko ran a hand through his hair. Right, well, just wanted to, you know, make sure.
Right. I'm ok. Ka