Diamond in the Rough - A TokkaThey had been flying for hours, and Aang could see that Appa was getting tired. Soon, he spotted an island, and shouted to everyone one Appa's back "There's an island ahead. We'll rest there before getting to the Western Air Temple tomorrow." Everyone sighed with releif.Diamond in the Rough - A Tokka7 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
Finally, thought Toph, solid ground.
As Appa landed and everyone helped unload Appa, no one noticed Sokka slip off silently. No one except Toph. As soon as she was done helping, she decided to follow after him to see where he would go. After all, someone has to take care of Snoozles, she thought, and Katara is to busy with Aang.
Sokka went until he reached a cliff on the other side of the island, and sat down, looking out at the horizon as the sun started to sink towards it. He also saw the moon setting, and knew that Yue wouldn't be watching over him tonight. It would be dark, very dark, and he knew that he would be almost blind tonight. It's not so bad. Toph doesn't seem to mind it,
Promise - Part 2Promise Part 2Promise - Part 26 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
Katara screamed when she heard the window behind her shatter. She whipped around, water streaming out of her pouch, turning into sharp ice shards as they flew at her attacker. But before they reached their target, Katara stopped them. Instead of the armoured firebender she had been expecting, there was only Toph. But it wasnt Toph as Katara had ever seen her before. For the first time since she had met the earthbender, she actually looked like the 12-year-old girl she was, frail and tiny. Katara tried to figure out why she looked like that, and then she realised that Toph was alone. Suddenly her eyes went wide, and the question she didnt want to ask came to her lips.
T-Toph w-wheres Sokka?
At the mention of her name, Toph slowly pointed her face at the waterbender. As Katara looked at Tophs tear-streaked face, she saw true fear and pain. It reminded her so strongly of her own reflection in the days after her mother had die